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Is diversity really the strength of India?

DIVERSITY AS STRENGTH OF INDIA

India is a nation of festivals. No nation has as many. They mark the changing seasons, religious events, political anniversaries, and birthdays of eminent persons. And yet they are just one aspect of our amazing diversity. When we explore food, or language, or literature, or ritual, or dress, or ecology, or ethnicity or even different conceptions of beauty, we find diversity in all its glory.

Diversity is India's greatest asset but an under-appreciated one. In the last sixty years we have given it the status of one half of the slogan, 'Unity in diversity', and have spent more time elaborating and campaigning for the 'unity' half, as we get about the task of nation-building. If diversity got a look in it was accompanied by some kind of subterranean anxiety as if its existence was a threat to unity, as if the fragility of 'unity' would be at risk if we stressed our differences and, worse, took pride in them. Discussion of diversity descended into a discussion of what holds us together, although we are different, and just like astronomers today who look for the dark matter that holds the expanding universe together, we spent our intellectual energies looking for the glue. Rather than marvel at the diversity we seem to have feared it. This is indeed a pity.

The Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IIAS) at Shimla in its seminars, invited scholars from all over to look at the different dimensions of diversity in India.

The first looked at 'Troubled diversity' that looks at India's North-East region and explores the relationship between diversity and social and ethnic conflict. Is diversity the cause of conflict or is the cause elsewhere which then uses diversity to make its case?

The second was 'Managing diversity' that examined the wonderful world of an Indian election and illustrates how the Election Commission has to factor in this inherent diversity when planning the location of booths, allotting symbols, preparing voter lists, assigning observers, deciding on voting days, etc., and also how; looking at it from the other end, the electoral process consolidates this diversity. The third was 'Celebrating diversity' that looked at the eight and more food regions in India and discovers the deep interdependence between region, and community, and flavour, and favour in the preparation of food. The 'pure vegetarian' Udipi meal has had a little help from the Portuguese who have used the potato and the chilly. And lest one forget, it is the Hakim and the ageing Nawab who gave us the Kakori Kabab. Nothing explodes the myth of purity, that so dominates our social relations, so effectively as an anthropological exploration of our food history.

The fourth was 'Treating diversity' where the coexistence of diverse health systems, from Siddha to Ayurveda to Folk to Unani and Tibetan, are all shown to be necessary to provide health services for our large and poor population. Allopathy has limited reach.

The fifth was 'Flattening diversity' which looked at the educational domain and deliberates on the disjunction between the heterogeneous school environment and the uniform policy of DPEP/SSA that does not factor the diverse backgrounds, locales, requirements, and disabilities that are required for universal and quality education in India.

The sixth was 'Mapping diversity' that will look at one region, the Himalayan region, and survey the differences in culture and ecology as we move from Kashmir to Sikkim, a fascinating story of how a diverse people have adapted to diverse ecosystems.

The seventh looked at 'one Indian diaspora or many' as it journeys thorough how the different Indian communities across the world, form Malaysia to the Carribean, try to be Indian. The spelling of name would be a good place to start: Laxman (India), Lakshman (Sri Lanka), Latchmann (Mauritius), Lukshmann (Germany?)…

Adapted from many Sources- Times of India, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies,

Are Indian states based on language causing the problems in the country?

The reorganisation of states on linguistic basis has generated several problems:

1.Linguistic states are likely to endanger the national unity since they stimulate a feeling of regionalism, hinder economic co-operation between the states and engender antagonistic feelings towards neighbouring states. A strong tendency towards exclusivity of resources develops rather than allowing the resources to be shared. 2.The feeling of national unity has been weakened by the emphasis which the reorganisation has placed on regional, cultural, historical and linguistic dimensions. Examples of such parochialism are seen in renaming Bombay as Mumbai, Madras state as Tamilnadu and recently, Madras city as Chennai.

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The formation of linguistic states has to quite an extent retarded planned economic development, because local sentiment within a state often resents the utilisation of the state’s resources for the benefit of other states. And at times for overall national objectivities as well. Inter- state employment possibilities, other than those in the civil services have not expanded as rapidly as expected because the states are reorganised on linguistic principles. Moreover, presence of business interests lowing extra-state origins or affiliations and of communities or persons from other states engaging in productive occupations or profitable ventures are often viewed by the domiciled populace as a denial of opportunity and wealth. Regional political leaders and parties have often incited the regional population towards parochial activism and agilationist activities, subsequenting exploiting the situation for political aggrandisement. A related sentiment is that of regional chanvinism where people of a state consider themselves superior in terms of various facets them those of other states. These proclivities are detrimental to an integrative national identity and could jeopardize the core constitutional tenets of national unity and integrity.

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Strengthening of Regional Consciousness by giving the people fuel for more though, strengthening the brand of identity politics.

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Evolving breed of linguistic satraps, who use every opportunity to instill nefarious perceptions in the minds of gullible people, and instigate their sentiments for their own evil designs. The tirade against Hindi by Stalin is a case in point.

Nevertheless Reorganization of states was a historical necessities. Its a different matter that we couldn't evolve India enough to allow these feelings to be camouflaged.

"DOCTORS VS JUDGES": Judiciary should also come under CPA (Consumer Protection Act).

DOCTORS VS JUDICIARY

--In the Salman Khan hit and run case the LOWER court judge and the HIGH court judge had the SAME pieces of EVIDENCE to deal with.

--They also had the SAME Indian LAW to abide by and most probably they had similar educational qualifications too.

--Yet, they INTERPRETED the situation in absolutely CONTRASTING manner and gave verdicts which are poles apart.

--Just imagine what would have happened if a YOUNG doctor sitting in a GOVERNMENT hospital, catering to hundreds of patients in a day,had diagnosed a celebrity patient presenting with gastric discomfort as GASTRITIS and another hospital had LATER on diagnosed that patient to be having a MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION. I am sure that doctor would have been Prosecuted and jailed.

--A JUDGE gets YEARS to decide on a case unlike a DOCTOR who is expected to diagnose and treat everything in the BLINK of an eye.

--If a doctor making a wrong diagnosis can be prosecuted shouldn't a judge giving wrong verdicts meet the same fate?

--If hospitals can be sued for not admitting poor patients shouldn't the courts be prosecuted for having lakhs of pending cases?

--Is it not appalling that a judge taking 12 years to give a wrong verdict gets away unscathed and a doctor making one mistake is punished by our legal system?

--Doctors practice medicine which is more of an art than an exact science, whereas law is absolutely 100% manmade, yet doctors are expected to be right on all occasions.

--If doctors and hospitals have a duty towards the society then does the judiciary not have a responsibility towards society ?

--If there is so much of hue and cry in media about doctors and hospitals charging huge sums from patients then why do we not ever hear a word on the fee that lawyers like Manu Singhvi and Jethmalani charge for their court appearances ?

--Government often talks about putting a cap on the fees doctors charge for various procedures but there is no talk of putting a cap on the fees that these lawyers charge, win or lose, just to appear in court for their clients ?

--If health is a citizen's right then so is justice. Shouldn't we take our minds off worshipping false heroes & think?

The bottom line is :

***ISNT IT A HIGHNTIME NOW THAT JUDICIARY MUST ALSO COME UNDER THE CPA (CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT)***

संस्कृत किस तरह भारत की नीव है ...

भारत सरकार- - सत्यमेव जयते लोक सभा- - धर्मचक्र प्रवर्तनाय उच्चतम न्यायालय- - यतो धर्मस्ततो जयः आल इंडिया रेडियो -सर्वजन हिताय सर्वजनसुखाय ‌ दूरदर्शन - सत्यं शिवम् सुन्दरम गोवा राज्य सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु मा कश्चिद् दुःखभाग्भवेत्। भारतीय जीवन बीमा निगम- - योगक्षेमं वहाम्यहम् डाक तार विभाग - अहर्निशं सेवामहे श्रम मंत्रालय- - श्रम एव जयते भारतीय सांख्यिकी संस्थान- - भिन्नेष्वेकस्य दर्शनम् थल सेना- - सेवा अस्माकं धर्मः वायु सेना- - नभःस्पृशं दीप्तम् जल सेना- - शं नो वरुणः मुंबई पुलिस- - सद्रक्षणाय खलनिग्रहणाय हिंदी अकादमी - अहम् राष्ट्री संगमनी वसूनाम भारतीय राष्ट्रीय विज्ञानं अकादमी -हव्याभिर्भगः सवितुर्वरेण्यं भारतीय प्रशासनिक सेवा अकादमी- - योगः कर्मसु कौशलं विश्वविद्यालय अनुदान आयोग- - ज्ञान-विज्ञानं विमुक्तये -नेशनल कौंसिल फॉर टीचर एजुकेशन - गुरुः गुरुतामो धामः -गुरुकुल काङ्गडी विश्वविद्यालय-ब्रह्मचर्येण तपसा देवा मृत्युमपाघ्नत इन्द्रप्रस्थ विश्वविद्यालय - ज्योतिर्व्रणीततमसो विजानन काशी हिन्दू विश्वविद्यालय- : विद्ययाऽमृतमश्नुते आन्ध्र विश्वविद्यालय- - तेजस्विनावधीतमस्तु बंगाल अभियांत्रिकी एवं विज्ञान विश्वविद्यालय, शिवपुर- - उत्तिष्ठत जाग्रत प्राप्य वरान् निबोधत गुजरात राष्ट्रीय विधि विश्वविद्यालय -आ -नो भद्राः क्रतवो यन्तु विश्वतः संपूणानंद संस्कृत विश्वविद्यालय- - श्रुतं मे गोपय श्री वैंकटेश्वर विश्वविद्यालय- - ज्ञानं सम्यग् वेक्षणम् कालीकट विश्वविद्यालय- - निर्मय कर्मणा श्री दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय- - निष्ठा धृति: सत्यम् केरल विश्वविद्यालय- - कर्मणि व्यज्यते प्रज्ञा राजस्थान विश्वविद्यालय- - धर्मो विश्वस्यजगतः प्रतिष्ठा पुणे​ विश्विद्यालय-- विचारः परमं ज्ञानं शमो हि परमं सुखम् ॥ पश्चिम बंगाल राष्ट्रीय न्यायिक विज्ञान विश्वविद्यालय- - युक्तिहीने विचारे तु धर्महानि: प्रजायते वनस्थली विद्यापीठ- सा विद्या या विमुक्तये। राष्ट्रीय शैक्षिक अनुसंधान और प्रशिक्षण परिषद्-विद्याsमृतमश्नुते। केन्द्रीय विद्यालय- - तत् त्वं पूषन् अपावृणु केन्द्रीय माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड - असतो मा सद् गमय -प्रौद्योगिकी महाविद्यालय, त्रिवेन्द्रम - कर्मज्यायो हि अकर्मण: देवी अहिल्या विश्वविद्यालय, इन्दौर -धियो यो नः प्रचोदयात् गोविंद बल्लभ पंत अभियांत्रिकी महाविद्यालय, पौड़ी -तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय मदन मोहन मालवीय अभियांत्रिकी महाविद्यालय,गोरखपुर- - योगः कर्मसु कौशलम् भारतीय प्रशासनिक कर्मचारी महाविद्यालय, हैदराबाद- संगच्छध्वं संवदध्वम् इंडिया विश्वविद्यालय का राष्ट्रीय विधि विद्यालय- धर्मो रक्षति रक्षितः संत स्टीफन महाविद्यालय, दिल्ली - सत्यमेव विजयते नानृतम् अखिल भारतीय आयुर्विज्ञान संस्थान- - शरीरमाद्यं खलुधर्मसाधनम् विश्वेश्वरैया राष्ट्रीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान, नागपुर -योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् मोतीलाल नेहरू राष्ट्रीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान,इलाहाबाद- - सिद्धिर्भवति कर्मजा बिरला प्रौद्योगिकी एवं विज्ञान संस्थान, पिलानी -ज्ञानं परमं बलम् भारतीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान खड़गपुर - योगः कर्मसुकौशलम् भारतीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान मुंबई - ज्ञानं परमं ध्येयम् भारतीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान कानपुर -तमसो मा ज्योतिर्गमय -भारतीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान चेन्नई -सिद्धिर्भवति कर्मजा -भारतीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान रुड़की - श्रमं विना नकिमपि साध्यम् भारतीय प्रबंधन संस्थान अहमदाबाद -विद्या विनियोगाद्विकास: भारतीय प्रबंधन संस्थान बंगलौर- - तेजस्वि नावधीतमस्तु भारतीय प्रबंधन संस्थान कोझीकोड - योगः कर्मसु कौशलम् सेना ई एम ई कोर - कर्मह हि धर्मह सेना राजपूताना राजफल- -- वीर भोग्या वसुन्धरा सेना मेडिकल कोर- --सर्वे संतु निरामया .. सेना शिक्षा कोर- -- विदैव बलम सेना एयर डिफेन्स- -- आकाशेय शत्रुन जहि सेना ग्रेनेडियर रेजिमेन्ट- -- सर्वदा शक्तिशालिं सेना राजपूत बटालियन- -- सर्वत्र विजये सेना डोगरा रेजिमेन्ट -- कर्तव्यम अन्वात्मा सेना गढवाल रायफल- -- युद्धया कृत निश्चया सेना कुमायू रेजिमेन्ट- -- पराक्रमो विजयते सेना महार रेजिमेन्ट- -- यश सिद्धि सेना जम्मू काश्मीर रायफल- - प्रस्थ रणवीरता सेना कश्मीर लाइट इंफैन्ट्री- -- बलिदानं वीर लक्षयं सेना इंजीनियर रेजिमेन्ट- - सर्वत्र भारतीय तट रक्षक-वयम् रक्षामः सैन्य विद्यालय -- युद्धं प्र्गायय सैन्य अनुसंधान केंद्र- -- बालस्य मूलं विज्ञानम विदेशी भी हमारे कायल हैं नेपाल सरकार- - जननी जन्मभूमिश्च स्वर्गादपि गरीयसी इंडोनेशिया-जलसेना - जलेष्वेव जयामहेअसेह राज्य (इंडोनेशिया) - पञ्चचित कोलंबो विश्वविद्यालय- (श्रीलंका) - बुद्धि: सर्वत्र भ्राजते मोराटुवा विश्वविद्यालय (श्रीलंका) - विद्यैव सर्वधनम् पेरादेनिया विश्वविद्यालय - सर्वस्य लोचनशास्त्रम् दक्षिणी अफ्रीका में MEDICAL OATH - न त्वहं कामये राज्यं न स्वर्गम न पपुनर्भवं कामये दुखतप्तान प्राणिनामित्रनाशनंाशनंनं

Mind Blowing Facts about Sanskrit

• Sanskrit has the highest number of vocabularies than any other language in the world. • 102 arab 78 crore 50 lakh words have been used till now in Sanskrit. If it will be used in computers & technology, then more these number of words will be used in next 100 years. • Sanskrit has the power to say a sentence in a minimum number of words than any other language. • America has a University dedicated to Sanskrit and the NASA too has a department in it to research on Sanskrit manuscripts. • Sanskrit is the best computer friendly language.(Ref: Forbes Magazine July 1987). • Sanskrit is a highly regularized language. In fact, NASA declared it to be the “only unambiguous spoken language on the planet” – and very suitable for computer comprehension. • Sanskrit is an official language of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. • There is a report by a NASA scientist that America is creating 6th and 7th generation super computers based on Sanskrit language. Project deadline is 2025 for 6th generation and 2034 for 7th generation computer. After this there will be a revolution all over the world to learn Sanskrit. • The language is rich in most advanced science, contained in their books called Vedas, Upanishads, Shruti, Smriti, Puranas, Mahabharata, Ramayana etc. (Ref: Russian State University, NASA etc. NASA possesses 60,000 palm leaf manuscripts, which they are studying.) • Learning of Sanskrit improves brain functioning. Students start getting better marks in other subjects like Mathematics, Science etc., which some people find difficult. It enhances the memory power. James Junior School, London, has made Sanskrit compulsory. Students of this school are among the toppers year after year. This has been followed by some schools in Ireland also. • Research has shown that the phonetics of this language has roots in various energy points of the body and reading, speaking or reciting Sanskrit stimulates these points and raises the energy levels, whereby resistance against illnesses, relaxation to mind and reduction of stress are achieved. • Sanskrit is the only language, which uses all the nerves of the tongue. By its pronunciation, energy points in the body are activated that causes the blood circulation to improve. This, coupled with the enhanced brain functioning and higher energy levels, ensures better health. Blood Pressure, diabetes, cholesterol etc. are controlled. (Ref: American Hindu University after constant study) • There are reports that Russians, Germans and Americans are actively doing research on Hindu’s sacred books and are producing them back to the world in their name. Seventeen countries around the world have a University or two to study Sanskrit to gain technological advantages. • Surprisingly, it is not just a language. Sanskrit is the primordial conduit between Human Thought and the Soul; Physics and Metaphysics; Subtle and Gross; Culture and Art; Nature and its Author; Created and the Creator. • Sanskrit is the scholarly language of 3 major World religions – Hinduism, Buddhism (along with Pali) and Jainism (second to Prakrit). • Today, there are a handful of Indian villages (in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh) where Sanskrit is still spoken as the main language. For example in the village of Mathur in Karnataka, more than 90% of the population knows Sanskrit. Mathur/Mattur is a village 10 kms from Shimoga speaks Sanskrit on daily basis (day-to-day communication). • Even a Sanskrit daily newspaper exists! Sudharma, published out of Mysore, has been running since 1970 and is now available online as an e-paper (sudharma.epapertoday.com)! • The best type of calendar being used is hindu calendar(as the new year starts with the geological change of the solar system) ref: german state university • The UK is presently researching on a defence system based on Hindu’s shri chakra. • Another interesting fact about Sanskrit language was that the process of introducing new words into the language continued for a long period until it was stopped by the great grammarian Panini who wrote an entire grammar for the language laying down rules for the derivation of each and every word in Sanskrit and disallowed the introducing of new words by giving a full list of Roots and Nouns. Even after Panini, some changes occur which were regularised by Vararuchi and finally by Patanjali. Any infringement of the rules as laid down by Patanjali was regarded as a grammatical error and hence the Sanskrit Language has remained in same without any change from the date of Patanjali (about 250 B.C.) up to this day. • संस्कृत is the only language in the world that exists since millions of years. Millions of languages that emerged from Sanskrit are dead and millions will come but Sanskrit will remain eternal. It is truly language of Bhagwan. Wealth of information on Sanskrit language. Shows how India lags behind the Americans in this matter. We Indians are reading sacred texts, performing pujas for various religious festivals throughout the year. So we will not be lying if we say Sanskrit as also one of the languages in the next Census exercise without forgetting, thus help save our own language from disappearing & doing our bit for the language.

*HINDUISM SEEN FROM WESTERN PERSPECTIVE* - by Francois Gautier

HINDUISM SEEN FROM WESTERN PERSPECTIVE

1) Believe in God ! - Aastik - Accepted 2) Don't believe in God ! - You're accepted as Nastik 3) You want to worship idols - You are a murti pujak. 4) You dont want to worship idols - no problem. You can focus on Nirguna Brahman. 5) You want to criticise something in our religion. Come forward. We are logical. Nyaya, Tarka etc. are core Hindu schools. 6) You want to accept beliefs as it is. Most welcome. Please go ahead with it. 7) You want to start your journey by reading Bhagvad Gita - Sure ! 8) You want to start your journey by reading Upanishads - Go ahead 9) You want to start your journey by reading Purana - Be my guest. 10) You just don't like reading Puranas or other books. No problem. Go with Bhakti tradition. (devotion) 11) You don't like idea of Bhakti ! No problem. Do your Karma. Be a karmayogi. 12) You want to enjoy life. Very good. No problem at all. This is Charvaka Philosophy. 13) You want to abstain from all the enjoyment of life & find God - jai ho ! Be a Sadhu, an ascetic ! 14) You don't like the concept of God. You believe in Nature only - Welcome. (Trees are friends and Prakriti or nature is worthy of worship). 15) You believe in one God or Supreme Energy. Follow the Advaita philosophy. 16) You want a Guru. Go ahead. Do seva & Receive gyaan. 17) You don't want a Guru! Help yourself ! Meditate, Study ! 18) You believe in Female energy ! Worship Shakti. 19) You believe that every human being is equal. Vasudhaiva kutumbakam" (the world is a family) 20) You don't have time to celebrate the festival! Don't worry. One more festival is coming! There are multiple festivals every single day of the year. 21) You are a working person. Don't have time for religion. Its okay. You will still be a Hindu. 22) You like to go to temples. Devotion is loved. 23) You don't like to go to temples - no problem. You are still a Hindu! 24) You know that Hinduism is a way of life, with considerable freedom. 25) You believe that everything has God in it. So you worship your mother, father, guru, tree, River, Prani-matra, Earth, Universe! 26) And If you don't believe that everything has GOD in it - No problems. Hinduism Respect your viewpoint. 27) "Sarve jana sukhino bhavantu " (May you all live happily) You represent this! You're free to choose, my dear Hindu! This is exactly the essence of Hinduism, all inclusive. That is why it has withstood the test of time inspite of repeated onslaught both from within and outside, and assimilated every good aspects from everything. That is why it is eternal !!! There is a saying in Rigveda, the first book ever known to mankind which depicts the Hinduism philosophy in a Nutshell -" Ano bhadrah Kratavo Yantu Vishwatah"- Let the knowledge come to us from every direction"

Dr Arnold Toynbee, British Historian wrote

"It is already becoming clear that a chapter which had a Western beginning will have to have an Indian ending if it is not to end in the self-destruction of the human race. At this supremely dangerous moment in history, the only way of salvation for mankind is the Indian way." INDIANS DO NOT REALISE THAT, IT TAKES A WESTERNER TO MAKE THEM REALISE IT SO, AND WE THINK INDIA CAN BE A SUPER POWER........

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