India has never been a communal and theocratic country. Unity in cultural and religious diversity has always been the essence of our political system. The Jinx as beef reminds us again that the onetime British Raj used it to divide and confuse people.
Enmity in politics in a democratic country like India has always been a butt of bitter criticism. No one outwardly likes it neither it was ever before during the era of our stalwarts national politicians.
Hymns and hums alongside the blowing conch is the daily remarked arrival of the sun at the edge of the river Ganges in Banaras. This elegant and magnanimous picture remained always tagged with me until the moment of my departure from Delhi where I was a second year graduate student in 1983.
(The picture on the left taken on Friday morning on March 7, 2014 showing the side wall of the mosque in the down town of central Riyadh, KSA)
Who is caring this unattended slander beauty? Abandoned though, but attracts one’s irresistible sensibility on its visual and selfless invitation.
The growing mountain of corruption in the country is nothing but an outcome of the political system. Big or small it’s now a widespread plague and no matter what level of disaster it has brought to every man.
Hung Delhi Assembly is ironic and an indication of democratic outlaw. 65% poll is a proof in itself that the majority of the people want the formation of the government. How pity that people have registered their opinion under the provision of the constitutional obligation but failed to have a legal government? Coalition mantra is not working; horse trading is very risky as the size of the total seat is just 62. What a bad arithmetic!
Aristocratic demeanor of political parties is what really matters if we talk of the forthcoming 2014 general elections. The Election Commission of India has been trying hard to put check on the lavish expenditure on the process of election engineering while the paradox is that the Indian polity is not breathing well and getting away from the chords of values which is unfortunately being a far cry for common Indians.
The word ‘women’ meaning ‘we’ the men phonologically. The origin of feminine third person pronoun ‘she’ is impossible without suffixing ‘he’. It means the pronoun ‘she’ lays in the origin of the word ‘he’ semantically.
Better is not the enemy of good.
How lucky that a common of Bihar is in a world stricken with innumerable negative people and events but still always busy developing a mental playground or just slip into one’s own dreamland. Be it experimenting countless political thoughts or turning the wheel of social reformation or even the birth of ‘Super-30’ on the soil of Bihar. The math teacher (Amitabh Bachchan) has to imitate the teaching methodology in Prakash Jha’s film ‘ARAKSHAN’. Though, the stigma of reservation policy still haunts the many emotionally and intellectually.