Posted in History-Culture

Indraprastha: the Throne of Delhi

WHY RAHUL GANDHI MUST QUIT INDIA NOWWWWW 

The day the Italian Mafia quit India will be the day India will be truly independent and free.

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Indraprastha, Delhi, has been the throne of Islamists and Christians laying siege over this ageless motherland Bharatha, terrorizing native Hindus for centuries. India is home to Hindu Dharma, Sanathana Dharma. Like Vatican, like Saudi Arabia, like even Israel, we Hindus reserve our rights to make India a Hindu Rashtra once again. The one place and home for global Hindus to eternity.

Here is a heart wrenching synopsis of the bloody reign of barbaric sycophants and invaders and the cruelest yesteryear Taliban the Moguls who unleashed terror in Delhi (India) over nearly a millennium before the British looters began their plunder.

This is just a slice of Indian history with no reference to south, east or west India. Just imagine the trauma and turmoil, all of which have been brushed under carpet by leftists/communists and desh drohis.

Hindus today are accused of being communal when we want a Hindu India which is the cradle of Hindu civilization and culture spanning at least 10,000 years. Are we asking for a Hindu India in America or Arabia or Australia or Europe? So secularism and democracy must be vital and cornerstone to India but not to Saudi? Vatican? When will they have our Gurus preaching and converting their locals to Hinduism, the way Zakir Naik was enjoying a free rein in India. That is the day we can talk about secularism in India, period. BBC and CNN by the way never have a thing to report on Vatican. India has no idea of becoming the next Pakistan or Latin America or Africa, the succumbed.

This is a ‘cut and paste’ job from social media but it is accurate and brilliant.

* Slave dynasty *
1 = 1193 Muhammad Ghauri
2 = 1206 Qutubuddin Aibak
3 = 1210 comfort Shah
4 = 1211 Iltutmish
5 = 1236 Ruknuddin Firoz Shah
6 = 1236 Razia Sultan
7 = 1240 Muizuddin Bahram Shah
8 = 1242 Allauddin Masood Shah
9 = 1246 Nasiruddin Mahmood
10 = 1266 Giasudin bulbons
11 = 1286 Cacro
12 = 1287 Muizuddin Kakubad
13 = 1290 Shamuddin Camers
1290 slave race end
(Government period – 97 years approx.)
* 👉 Khilji Dynasty *
1 = 1290 Jalaluddin Feroz Khaliji
2 = 1296
Allauddin Khilji
4 = 1316 Sahabuddin Omar Shah
5 = 1316 Qutubuddin Mubarak Shah
6 = 1320 Nasiruddin Khusro Shah
7 = 1320 Khilji descent destroyed
(Period of rule-30 years approx.)
* The Golak Dynasty *
1 = 1320 Gasisuddin Tughluq I
2 = 1325 Muhammad bin Tughlaq II
3 = 1351 Feroz Shah Tughlaq
4 = 1388 Giasuddin Tughluq Second 6
5 = 1389 Abu Bakar Shah
6 = 1389 Muhammad Tughlaq third
7 = 1394 Sikandar Shah First
8 = 1394 Nasiruddin Shah II
9 = 1395 Nazarat Shah
10 = 1399 Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah on the second again
11 = 1413 Daltshah
1414 Mughal empire ends
(Government period -94 years approx.)
* Saiyyad dynasty *
1 = 1414 Khizr Khan
2 = 1421 Muizuddin Mubarak Shah II
3 = 1434 Muhmad Shah IV
4 = 1445 Allauddin Alam Shah
1451 Saeed dynasty ends
(Governance period – about 37 years)
* Adult descendants *
1 = 1451 Baholol Lodi
2 = 1489 Sikandar Lodi Second
3 = 1517 Ibrahim Lodi
1526 Lodi dynasty ends
(Period of rule-75 years)
* Mughal dynasty *
1 = 1526 Zahiruddin Babar
2 = 1530 Humayun
1539 Mughal dynasty intermediary
* Susi Dynasty *
1 = 1539 Sher Shah Suri
2 = 1545 Islam Shah Suri
3 = 1552 Mahmud Shah Suri
4 = 1553 Ibrahim Suri
5 = 1554 Firuz Shah Suri
6 = 1554 Mubarak Khan Suri
7 = 1555 Sikandar Suri
Suri dynasty ends, (rule-16 years approx.)
* Mughal dynasty restart *
1 = 1555 Humayu at the reef
2 = 1556 Jalaluddin Akbar
3 = 1605 Jahangir Saleem
4 = 1628 Shah Jahan
5 = 1659 Aurangzeb
6 = 1707 Shah Alam First
7 = 1712 Jahadar Shah
8 = 1713 Farrukhshayer
9 = 1719 Raifudu Rajat
10 = 1719 Raifood Daula
11 = 1719 Necquire
12 = 1719 Mahmud Shah
13 = 1748 Ahmed Shah
14 = 1754 Alamgir
15 = 1759 Shah Alam
16 = 1806, Akbar Shah
17 = 1837 Bahadur Shah Zafar
1857 Mughal dynasty ended
(Period of rule-315 years)
* British Raj (Viceroy) *
1 = 1858 Lord Kenning
2 = 1862 Lord James Bruce Elgin
3 = 1864 Lord Jahan Lorensh
4 = 1869 Lord Richard Mayo
5 = 1872 Lord Northbook
6 = 1876 Lord Edward Luttenlord
7 = 1880 Lord George Ripon
8 = 1884 Lord Dufferin
9 = 1888 Lord Hanney Lansdowne
10 = 1894 Lord Victor Bruce Elgin
11 = 1899 Lord George Curzon
12 = 1905 Lord Gilbert Minto
13 = 1910 Lord Charles Hardinge
14 = 1916 Lord Frederick Salmsford
15 = 1921 Lord Rucks Ijac reading
16 = 1926 Lord Edward Irwin
17 = 1931 Lord Freeman Wellingdan
18 = 1936 Lord Alexandle Linlitho
19 = 1943 Lord Archibald Wevel
20 = 1947 Lord Mountbatten
British Raj ending rule 90 years around
🇮🇳 Azad India, Prime Ministers:
1 = 1947 Jawaharlal Nehru
2 = 1964 Gulzarilal Nanda
3 = 1964 Lal Bahadur Shastri
4 = 1966 Gulzarilal Nanda
5 = 1966 Indira Gandhi
6 = 1977 Morarji Desai
7 = 1979 Charansingh
8 = 1980 Indira Gandhi
9 = 1984 Rajiv Gandhi
10 = 1989 Vishwanath Pratapsingh
11 = 1990 Chandrasekhar
12 = 1991 P.V. Narsingh Rao
13 = Atal Bihari Vajpayee
14 = 1996 HD Deve Gowda
15 = 1997 I. K. Gujral
16 = 1998 Atal Bihari Vajpayee
17 = 2004 Dr. Manmohan Singh
18 = 2014 to present Narendra Modi
764 years since independence from the slavery of the Muslims, and the British who promoted brown sa’abs to sell Jesus in the native soil of Hindus long after they’re gone. Despite being a majority, Hindus continued to be enslaved in their own country until Narendra Modi happened.
I do not believe in secularism, I believe in resurgent Hindu India.
The tragedy of India is, we breed thankless disloyal citizens in the name of minorities.  Terrorists and Conversion Mafia.
Posted in Pictures Foreign

Review: Queen of Katwe

It so happened that I heard about the book and real life story of ‘The boy who harnessed the wind’ from Malawi, in Toastmasters Meet just yesterday. The day before, I had watched ‘Queen of Katwe’ – based on real life story of a Ugandan girl who went on to become a legend in Chess.

The glaring and depressing squalor of the girl’s society throws light on tough life and survival conditions in African countries. Uganda is supposedly better off, I reminded myself.

The first shocker for me was something like ‘culture shock.’ I am ashamed to admit that before this picture, I hardly got to watch a full length film with cast predominantly black. Or overwhelmingly black ,with not a single exception. A fight in my mind started … whether to continue watching or stop. I clicked on the ‘info’ on my tv remote and discovered that the story was that of a chess prodigy. That helped.

I have watched of course some Will Smith pictures like ‘the Pursuit of happiness’ and some of Morgan Freeman’s but they are basically set in America. Somehow my mind classified African Americans as different species compared to native Africans. Watching a full length picture set entirely in Africa was like a challenge i set to myself.

We Indians accuse others of racism always, for the first time I found that even watching a picture totally centered in Africa was like difficult home assignment for me. Looking at the streets in screen where only black heads bobbed felt different. By no way I mean insult to anyone. Everything, everyone is God’s creation. I respect that. Until now, I am just not exposed to this kind of crowd.

I remember the first time I landed in Malaysia over 20 years back. More than the slight culture shock, what I felt immediately was my new status as ‘minority.’ It was impossible to come to terms with accepting this basic fact: that outside India, I am minority. I despised the tv adverts there where the models were either Malay or Chinese. Indian skin could/would not sell a beauty cream or soap or shampoo. Frankly, it was a humbling experience.

My days in Middle East are far better. Now I am more mature, and here there are mixed nationalities.

Europe too is increasingly a mixed society and America, a melting pot of cultures, even if both may be predominantly Caucasian. At least nobody moved away from me or stared at me. I won’t say I felt exactly at home, but I was relieved nobody paid me attention. I wasn’t a freak. Indian skin was regular.

Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria are popular tourist/work destinations with flourishing game business and oil trade. Morocco, Egypt and Tunisia may have Arab influence while South Africa, Zimbabwe may still boast of a residual white population to balance. But Katwe comes across as 100% purely ethnic African-Ugandan. It is a small rundown shanty town perhaps or some forgotten rural picket where our girl Phiona (played by Madhina), nurtures a passion for chess. Encouraged by her coach and his wife, Phiona surmounts uphill tasks both in personal and social life and carves a niche for herself in the world of chess at African summit.  She aims to become a Grand Master. The dilemma Phiona faces as she goes places (literally), with confused emotions, reflects to me somehow what every middle class Indian who climbs up the social ladder may identify with. Phiona’s family circumstances are typical African where crime and poverty go hand in hand. It is not easy to escape this vicious circle. It requires greatest courage and determination to beat out of the corrupt system and emerge a winner. Phiona makes her village proud as she reigns supreme as the Queen of Katwe, crowned the chess champion.

After I finished watching the picture, I asked myself if as a routine film buff I had had second thoughts beforehand, how film critics around the world would receive a picture filmed in Africa. It is unfair. Even a trained and educated mind like mine took a while to adjust.

Personally to me, Queen of Katwe proved to be cathartic … the experience has molded me. My cinema world has been so far limited to Hollywood, Bollywood and Tamil filmdom. The glitz and glamour of these fake film industries probably blinded me to bare essential truths.

However, I couldn’t help thinking how entire Africa is completely either christianized or islamized. The new missionaries are no more the Europeans. Now the conversion mafia are Africans themselves. The present day African native/tribal travesty is troubling. Strip them off their indigenousness , what is left of them.

Posted in Socio-Political-Economic

Development in Karnataka: Lessons on Democracy

As I am following up the  declaration of results in Karnataka state assembly elections in tv news channels, I am astounded by the audacity of Kumaraswamy of JD (Janata Dal – 39 seats out of 224,) claiming his stake to form a government with Congress (76 seats) support (Independents win 2 seats). The idea is clearly to outwit BJP (105 seats) by any means. The Congress opting to forego the Chiefministership in favour of a greedy Janata Dal’s Kumaraswamy (CM candidate) is an indicator as to how low the power hungry politicians can stoop to and the way underhand deals determine Indian politics. Congress president Sonia Gandhi seems to be in thick of things, having rung Deve Gowda, father of Kumaraswamy and helmsman of the JD to broker the deal. People of Karnataka distinctly cast their votes in favour of JD, over Congress (or even BJP for that matter). There is no ethical ground for JD to even be in the race when it comes to government formation. JD’s Deve Gowda, ex Indian PM, infamous for high level of corruption in his short tenure literally blackmailed the then Janata government at the center to yield to his pressure to similarly back a minority government that he headed on round-turn basis after V P Singh and Chandrashekhar, if my memory serves right. Minority governments are fine so long as the the party that bags maximum seats stakes a claim to form government. JD with a mere  39 seats going for the kill exposes the underbelly of Indian democracy. It is amazing that no form of governing model is foolproof even in mature electorates. India is world’s largest democracy. A text book case by all means. A perfect study. But India is also an experimental ground for democracy for decades now. We expose the flaws in the implementation of democracy as none does. Is this because, we leapt straight into the race enmasse. Should we have started out with adult franchise initially. The earliest Congress governments of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty cashed in on the goodwill of the masses to their own selfish benefits. Unlike the Congress leaders, rebel freedom fighters like Nethaji Subhas Chandra Bose advocated adult franchise for India to begin with. That would have served India to great and distinctive advantage.

This is outright misuse of people’s mandate: the shameless manipulation and underestimation of the democratic process. The Karnataka scenario is a warning of things to come in future. This is why each and every Hindu must cast his/her vote. For the educated Hindu elite, it is beneath him/her to walk to the polling booth to exercise his/her franchise. Unlike Hindus, the minority of India never fail to cast their votes, turning up in droves at the election centers.

It is only until Hindu population is over 49% that the Hindus have a hope. The day we sink below this critical mark, India will fall into the hands of terrorists and evangelists and degenerate into the next Pakistan. We do not have to wait for the population swing. Even a hung parliament similar to present Karnataka crisis could do us in and catapult the Congress back into charge. This is all we need to let the evangelists gate crash in and the terror outfits to get emboldened. Held in check for 5 years now, these anti-nationals are bound to be back with a vengeance wrecking havoc in their trail. Modi’s BJP government has been a nightmare to NGO fundraisers who were on a conversion spree in India and for hawala racketeers who were having a free run flush with terror fundings.

Democracy and secularism in India depend on the DEMOGRAPHY of India first and foremost.  In every single blog post of mine, I am underscoring this vital point (whether I have readers or not).

Karnataka trends are still emerging, and knowing Indian politics, one will not be surprised by behind-the-doors horse trading. What a mockery of democracy.

Closing the post with a heavy heart as ex- cricketer cum present Punjab minister Navjot Siddhu gets acquitted this day by a Supreme Court verdict. Siddhu was appealing against a high court ruling where he was awarded a sentence for a road rage murder charge dating back by some 30 years. Since a word against our judiciary may amount to contempt of court, I am resting my case here.

Sad day for India. I hope I do not live to see the Hindus becoming minority in my country in my own time.

PS: As I close the post, it is still undecided whether it will be BJP of JD government in Karnataka. Let Dharma prevail.

If Congress can back JD’s Kumaraswamy with appalling and dismal 39 seats to form government to wield power from behind the scenes, then Bharatiya Janata Party by all means can resort to equal measures fit in their capacity, to run the state for next 5 years. They have the ethical, moral ground to stake their legitimate claim. Karnataka battle will be decided in a day or two.

A friend’s observation: In India, it is those who score 35% border pass who are deemed eligible for medical/IIT admissions as per reservation, never those who slog and secure 100%. The same holds true for government jobs. The quota candidates shamelessly, without an ounce of guilt, and in fact royally, claim their stakes while the meritorious watch helpless. The substandard meritless however are media-endorsed in India. Karnataka politics just proved why India is a hopeless case.