Episode # 109 – India will always remain the land of “Akanda Bhaarata” & “Sanaathana Dharma”!!!

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In the previous episode, we had witnessed an important accord on what comprises of “Akanda Bhaarata” and how did Mother India get the name of “Bhaarata Desha”. It was only because this great land was ruled by a king by name Bharata, who comes in direct lineage of Manu and Co., India is called “Bhaarata”. So this Bhaarata Desha was once extending from the present day Afghanistan in the west, till the present day Myanmar and Thailand in the east and also Sri Lanka in the south. However, after years of invasions of various external dynasties, this “Akanda Bhaarata” slowly started losing its glory, with mass genocides, mass conversions, anti-social activities, especially from one religion that is dreaded even today for all genocides across the world! However, the significance of our Bhaarata Desha is that, even after so many attempts to destroy our Sanaathana Dharma, it still remains intact with all our scriptural texts and its significance. In other words, if we’re still able to talk so much on our Sanaathana Dharma and its importance, even in this year of 2019, this itself is a great achievement of all our forefathers and ancestors, who have played an important role in safeguarding our texts, by resisting all possible attacks by anti-Hindu elements from various parts of the world.

As we discuss the importance of “Akanda Bhaarata” and “Bhaarata Desha”, we are of course at a pinnacle point, wherein grave mistakes which were orchestrated by several Indian governments in the past 70 odd years are being corrected one by one! It is important for us in this context to understand how the lost glory of our “Akanda Bhaarata” is being brought back slowly but steadily.

Firstly, the abolition of Article 370 in Kashmir – This was a remarkable milestone that was achieved by the present Indian government under the leadership of our Honorable Prime Minister, Shri. Narendra Modi. This Article 370 was to give a “special status” to the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, for reasons best known only to the anti-India elements. However, with the easing of this dubious Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir has been officially integrated as a mainstream part of the Indian political map. This is a huge step forward in bringing back peace and harmony in the state, which otherwise has been marred with violence, genocides, conversions, rapes, etc. by people of one religion, which is only known for all of these causes. This should be the first step in also bringing back those Hindu people (Kashmiri Pandits) whose native dwelling place was once Kashmir, but were brutally driven away and killed by the illegal invadors of our neighbouring country. I sincerely hope that our government would eventually pave the way for restoring and rehabilitating the Kashmiri Pandits back in their own motherland very soon.

Secondly, the Ayodhya verdict – Of course, this verdict came from the Supreme Court of India and this verdict has finally given the green signal to construct a temple for our beloved Bhagawan Rama at the very place where it should be. Many of us might be knowing the background of this decades-old case that was going on in the courts, without reaching any possible solution. Finally, the verdict has given cheers to loads of ardent followers of Sanaathana Dharma like us, wherein Hinduism has finally reigned supreme, despite of innumerable assaults on us by another religion with its own vested interests of destroying us. This has of course come as a rude shock to the other religion who tried hard to malign Hinduism by building their own listless place of so-called worship, which sadly they use for all other purposes except worship!

Thirdly, the recently passed Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) – This has of course created a lot of outrage across the country, but for all the wrong reasons. The sad thing that is happening in India today is that, many people don’t even understand the reason, why they’re protesting. The CAB clearly states that those people who are constituents of religions which are minorities in countries such as Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh like Hindus, Parsis, Christians, Sikhs, etc. who are migrating into India because of severe religious persecutions in these countries would be granted Indian citizenship. This doesn’t have anything to do with people who are already citizens of India. Of course, the bill says that people from the majority religion in these countries would not be granted citizenship. I don’t understand what’s the problem with this! If people from this “majoritarian religion” of these countries have a problem, it is for them to sort it out! Why should we give them a damn in India? If it is only for the minority people from other religions who face religious persecutions, what problems should people have in our country? The major underlying reason why some opposition political parties in India are protesting against this bill is that, these illegal people who belong to the “majoritarian religion” of these countries are being used as “vote banks” for their political success. When this “vote bank” is getting destroyed, which should rightly be done, these listless political parties become jittery, because it’s the question of their existence!

Hence, as ardent followers of our Sanaathana Dharma, I appeal to all readers and people across the country to not get misled by these anti-national and listless political parties who are trying to instigate violence, for their cheap political brownie points. Please, let us not fall prey to their vested interests and spoil the peace and harmony of our Bhaarata Desha. India would always remain “Bhaarata Desha” or “Akanda Bhaarata” or the holy land of “Sanaathana Dharma”, no matter how much these vested forces try their dirty hands in destroying this fabric. So for today, let us understand the modern-day significance of our “Akanda Bhaarata” and let us take a pledge, not to give into any sort of vested interest of people who’re trying to destroy the fabric of Sanaathana Dharma from our motherland! We shall wait till the next episode to witness the next point that Sage Sukhaachaarya is going to narrate! Stay tuned! 😊

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Published by Dr. Jeayaram

Holds a PhD in Management Psychology from Universite Paris Saclay, Paris, France. Also an Asst. Professor of Human Resources management at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in Kerala, India. A professional South Indian classical musician (singer) performing concerts. Through this blog, I'm trying to bring out the richness of Indian culture & values and I request your support and feedbacks in making this humble effort a success!!

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