India is a confluence of cultures, collection of civilizations and cornucopia of customs – a mini world, a Noah’s Ark of Humanity and those who can understand India and succeed here.., can do so anywhere in the world, as testified by History.
The Cholas from ‘Tamilnadu’, succeeded both in North and South India and conquered the whole of South East Asia and its seas.
The Arabs succeeded in ‘South and Western India’ and became the lords of Middle East, Africa and until the South East of Asia and all the oceans in between.
The Mughals succeeded in this soil and gained both sides of the great Himalayas. All these people who succeeded in India, had great respect and love for India and Indians and hence India reciprocated their good-will and affection.
But another group of savage, cannibals managed to usurp India through series of treachery and enforced their terror rule across the nation.
They are the atrocious British who never cared to understand India and hence failed here in India and paid the price and lost their world, their empire and associated power instantly.
The Painful way to ‘Freedom’ from British ‘Cannibals’:
Many ‘Indians’ of the present day generation might be having very high regards for ‘British People’, both ‘Men’ and ‘Women’, without knowing the fact that, they had ‘Darwinian’ idea of ‘Survival of the fitness’ in letting Indians die of famines and riots and doing nothing to help them.
In 1870 when there happened a great ‘famine’ and millions of Indians were dying of hunger, the then ‘British Viceroy’ ‘Lord Lytton’ the scoundrel was busy ‘Exporting’ Indian food stocks and cotton grown under ‘British Trade Policy’ to Britain.
To cap it all this cannibal, savage rascal ironically known as ‘Lord Lytton’ organized the ‘largest party in the world history’ to celebrate the ‘coronation of Queen Vicotria’.
The week long ‘banquet’ involved ‘wining and dining’ of more than 60,000 Indian princes, satraps and their camp followers, who were friends of the ‘British Rule’ as they were ‘Traitors’ of Indians.
While this grand party was going on ‘Millions of Indians’ died of starvation, as their ‘British Rulers’ were wining and dining.
The savage brute ‘Lord Lytton’, a follower of ‘Social Darwinism’, dismissed the millions of Indians starving to their death, as the one’s who lost in ‘survival of fittest’ fight. All through the ‘British Rule’ of India famines recurred in 1880, 1890 and during many other decades killing millions and million more Indians as the ‘British Rulers’ watched with amusement.
This independence day should remind every Indian the memories of ‘Tyranny’ under the ‘British Rulers’, who managed to kill some 50 million Indians of ‘Bengal’ by simply ‘sending’ away all the food stock back to ‘England’, while these hapless people were dying out of hunger in the streets of ‘Bengal’.
While the ‘Nazis’ under ‘Hitler’ committed atrocities and killed some 50 million people before and during the second world war, the “British” cunningly managed kill a similar number of people, simply starving them to death, simply to cut off men and money to ‘Netaji Subash Chandra Bose’s’ Indian National Army.
Not satisfied with their evil designs they also ensured divisions between ‘Hindus and Muslims’ by spreading canards against each other and with their Secret Agents, Police and Military engineered riots and a permanent and painful division of the nation.
Great leaders like Gandhiji and Moulana Abul Kalam Azad did their very best to contain the ‘evil’ engineered by the “British’.
But ‘Pakistan’ happened to the detriment of the ‘India’ rising as a regional power, and to this day has proven its ‘founding’ and ‘existence’ a mistake.
And the ‘Engineers’ of this mistaken division too did not gain much, as they witnessed the ‘dusk’ of their global ‘Empire’ that was once built on treason, treachery and terror.
Thus, India has always been the ‘Litmus Test’ of success, for the rulers as determined by those they rule.
Whether the Super racists accept it or not, consider India to be a part of their ‘World’ or not, include its idea in their ‘designs’ or not…
No matter what…
Like an Elephant, India overwhelms the world with its sheer size and those who do intend the well being of it and take good care of it will be rewarded with great affection of the Elephant, while those others who enrage this elephant due to callous arrogance will end up like the British, trashed and trampled into the dustbin of history.
The India of Today and the valuable lesson that Indians would do well to remember:
To have an idea about the astonishing demographic proportions of India, the mighty big democracy of SAARC, it is suffice consider the Indian Muslim population, which constitutes a mammoth 12% of global Muslims and by size is the highest Muslim population concentrated in any single country on the face of the earth.
Nevertheless, this mammoth crowd of almost 150 million Muslims are but just minorities, because India is a country with one and a quarter billion population, almost seven times the number of Muslims it has.
And it is just these mammoth demographic statistics that is going to count in terms of being a mind-boggling market, for leading the global GDP rat race and to reap its consequent politico-economic, demographic, social and strategic dividends, in this fast paced 21st Century.
The world might have five security council members, seven G7- ‘First world’ – White, Anglo-Saxon, Aryan and Mongoloid ‘Super racists’ who talk incessantly about the ever elusive and never to arrive ‘New World Order’.
And India might not figure in any of these ‘Super racists’ map of the world or their grand strategies.
But still, India can never be ‘Avoided’, Period.
As a global power, as a market of choice, as a strategic counter-balance, India’s presence in any true global forum is unavoidable, an absolute necessity and a must have for any credible ‘Global Forum’.
And thus does India celebrates its 66th Independence Day on this 15th of August 2012. And a knowledge of what ‘Indians’ went through under ‘British Terrorists’ would help us Indians appreciate our ‘Freedom’ better and to strive for its retention.