20170416

Mental state of 'the Arundhati Roy': What's wrong with her

I was a high school kid back then when Ms. Arundhati Roy got the Booker. For some years it was a proud piece of information that someone from my country won this award. Time came when I was introduced to tech-life and got opportunity to read and listen what this famous writer thinks.

Some of us know that Kerala and Bengal are the two places where intellectuals beat their chest on every matter that is of national interest... ... ...Result: A Mango man in banana republic is overwhelmed most of the time if he can't recollect and reconnect the dots. She has been raised in Kerala and I guess Ms. Arundhati has got it all wrong in her childhood and school training.


Sometimes she talks of illegal invasion of India over some (present Indian) states back then. She termed convicted terrorist Mohammad Afzal a "prisoner-of-war". She talked over connection of Godhara and Kashmir over Mumbai attacks. She told everyone that Maoists are Gandhians... list is long.

I see that if someone talks about anti-India, and is not alone that Ms. Arundhati might be sharing the camera.

Like Marxists, she is always right, no matter what goes... and above all, I guess, she is most of the time not able to connect the dots and has some kind of memory problem like the one female actor in the movie 50 First Dates has.

Someday I would like to see her working for a cause... which is very tough for her... ... to stick to one point.

------------------------------------------------------ कोई भी मूल्य एवं संस्कृति तब तक जीवित नहीं रह सकती जब तक वह आचरण में नहीं है.

Mr. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Sikhs and Present day India

I am reading, once again, about Sikhs.

There have been 10 Gurus among Sikhs. And, if not all, most of them were then very saint like humans (no need to elaborate, I guess)... ... followed Indian way of peaceful life... ... when in the times of Mughals peace was almost impossible, they taught us how to tolerate/withstand.

But, after so many years of Guru-tradition, 10th Guru 'Shri Gobind Singh Ji' realized that it is not the peace loving attitude which would help us; rather being strong would certainly give us a standing.


Mr. Gandhi did not learn from history.

He did not realize that the people who worship the tyrants and follow 'the anarchist' are of the same 'old cult'... which has looted and vandalized our land many a time (not all, but the power greedy leaders). He kept on singing the song of brotherhood while at the same time the muslim leaders took it as a weakness... and reaped of it.

Mr. Gandhi indirectly created a game where one 'smaller' section of the society was free to call it 'foul' and 'unfair' at its own discretion during the play... ... and intellectual breeds would have to support.

Like the 10th Guru of Sikhs, he could not take a stand. Maybe he was too busy to introspect that way... maybe something else.

One thing is clear that practices of Sat-yug might not be suitable in Kali-yug... ... ... And when you are the leader you have to imagine a future ... Mr. gandhi failed in here, but Guru Gobind Singh Ji showed his metal by giving us what saved us for many years to come... ... and we owe our 'present' to him (Guru Gobind Singh Ji).



------------------------------------------------------ कोई भी मूल्य एवं संस्कृति तब तक जीवित नहीं रह सकती जब तक वह आचरण में नहीं है.