Will Durant, American historian: “India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of Europe’s languages: she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity; mother, through the village community, of self‑government and democracy. Mother India is in many ways the mother of us all”.
That was our Bharath we came from, we were acquainted with, we remember, and we cherish her every minutes. This was the country that provided shelter to Parses, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jains, Mahavirs, Muslims, Christians, Jews, Shinto’s Ahemedias and many other people. Many religions lived happily for centuries, enjoyed the freedom they were denied before they came, practiced their religion without animosity or hatred, and received protection from being persecuted for centuries. Hinduism has never converted any body either by force or by deception, never destroyed the other cultures, never invaded other countries to decimate the other faiths, never terrorized other nations, never depleted other religious people the way Pakistan and Bangladesh have been doing and never thrusted our religion down unwilling throats.
Since Independence, many successive governments have played Vote Bank Politics giving preferential treatment to the minorities, allowing them to terrorize parts of India, supporting the deceptive conversion practices, allocating reservations in the educational and employment fields, branding the national heroes like Savarkar, Bose, Tilak and others as terrorists, looting the Hindu Temple lands and riches, stamping Hindus as communal, declaring Hindus as “Hindu terrorists” and “Saffron terrorists,” denying Hindus to worship in their own Temples, passing laws curtailing the freedom for Hindus, creating schism among Hindus, enacting laws to dilute the strength of Hindu marriage, and denying open dialogue on issues that are suffocating the mother Bharath.
Why we NRIs in Dallas have to care for Bharath? What stake do we have in Bharath since we left her for better opportunities? Let us remember what Rama said to Lakshman after Ravana was defeated following a discussion whether to remain there in Lanka or go back to the Ayodhya. Though Lanka was a golden city with fabulous palaces and glittering riches, Lord Rama declared, “Jananee janmabhoomischa swargaadapi gareeyasi“—”Mother and Motherland are greater than the Heaven”. The country where we were born is our Mother. We are all brought up in and nourished by our motherland, Bharatamata. She fed us, educated us, sheltered us, taught us the values and ethics, enriched us with moral compass, equipped us with necessary skills, taught us the ideals and wisdom culled form so many Hindu scriptures, imparted the respect for our parents and Gurus, and glorified the spirit of tolerance and patience through our religion. It is time to serve our mother, reminisce her compassion and love, preserve her cultural heritage and protect her from being stabbed in all directions.
Who can preserve the roots of Hindu culture and protect Bharatamata from foreign agents, exclusive religions, secularists, liberals, media, terrorists, illegal conversions, rampant corruption, appeasement policies and external threats? It is NaMo that is Narendra Modi. It is time for Modi, it is time for us to be heard, it is time for equal opportunity irrespective of caste, creed and religion and it time for economic development, and it is time to nourish, flourish and nurture our Bharatamata.
Narendra Modi is a dynamic leader, an effective administrator, brilliant organizer, dedicated patriot, staunch supporter of equal opportunities, decisive decision maker, extraordinary mind, honest governor and a man of vision. He is proud of his heritage and would not shy away from his roots and echoes the sentiments of all fellow human beings. He is not afraid to proclaim his roots when he said, “I am born Hindu. Nothing is wrong. So I’m a Hindu nationalist. So yes, you can say I’m a Hindu nationalist because I’m a born Hindu,” he told Reuters news agency in an interview in his official residence in Gandhinagar defying the so-called secularists charge of him being communal and fundamentalist. He even said that, “the Ganga may be just a river for others. But for me it is my mother.”
He believes that Hinduism promotes harmony, freedom, nonviolence, tolerance, peaceful coexistence, dharmic way of life and inclusive ideals. He would not shy away from talking about Hinduism and Hindutva. The essence of Hinduism is enshrined in the ideals such as Sarva dharma sama bhava (attitude of impartiality toward all dharmas), vasudaika kutumbam (universal family), and sarve sukhinabhavantu (May all be happy), ‘Aa no bhadraha kratavo yantu, Vishwa taha” (Let good thoughts come to us from all directions.)
In fact, he said in 2009 “Hindutva and development are not contradictory. How can Ram Rajya be anti-development? Ram Rajya is all about providing opportunity for those who need help. What should be on the nation’s top drawer is the resolve to redeem Gandhiji’s pledge to wipe out every tear from every eye. And that is Ram Rajya all about. Only pseudo secularists argue that Hindutva and development cannot coexist. It only exposes their perverted thinking.”
Senior journalist M J Akbar, who joined BJP on March 22, said that, “In ten years, no other politician has gone through so much scrutiny as Modi has gone through. He was scrutinized by police, central government, CBI, court-appointed institution,” he said. “It is not only that there is crisis. But now I also see a solution to the crisis. Narendra Modi’s leadership is essential for the country,” he said.
Press Trust of India reported that Modi declared that Hindu migrants must be “accommodated” and that detention camps currently holding them must be shut down. The present government has lifted a figure, uttered one word and taken a single action to safeguard the lives of innocent Hindus who were being converted, tortured and decimated in Bangladesh and Pakistan. It is time for some like Narendra Modi to protect these innocent Hindus and provide safe heaven.
“As soon as we come to power… detention camps housing Hindu migrants from Bangladesh will be done away with,” Modi told a huge and raucous crowd at Ramnagar. “What was the fault of the [Hindu Bangladeshi] people whose wives and daughters were raped? The Hindus have been displaced from their land because of harassment. India is the land for Hindus across the globe and they are welcome to stay here. … We have a responsibility toward Hindus who are harassed and suffer in other countries. Where will they go? India is the only place for them. Our government cannot continue to harass them. We will have to accommodate them here.”
We should send all Bangladesh and Pakistan Muslim infiltrators back to their respective countries. We need to accommodate and find a permanent home for all Hindus who were forced to leave these countries for fear of their life.
Mr. Modi is a magnet that attracted businesses from all over the world, enticed more than 1200 delegates to the Vibrant Gujarat Summit in January 2013 and radiated hope, truthfulness, freedom, equality, justice and fairness. Let us see who attended and what they said.
He encapsulated his philosophy as – “No Red Tape, only Red Carpet is my policy towards investors.”
Anil Ambani described Mr. Modi as “King among Kings.” He further added: “Narendra Bhai has the Arjuna-like clarity of vision and purpose.” He said Modi’s skills have “acted as a huge magnet for investors and entrepreneurs from India and across the world in the past decade.” He said, “Narendrabhai Modi dreams with his eyes open, and has an open heart and mind.”
Ratan Tata, Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, Mahindra group chairman Anand Mahindra, Godrej group chairman Adi Godrej, Reliance ADA Group chairman Anil Ambani, Aditya Birla Group chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla and Essar Group’s Shashi Ruia have also attended.
What is the future Course action for Bharath?
Bharata Mata should be protected from these exclusive religions that threaten the very existence of dharmic way of life by force and conversion with terrorism, deception and allurement. To revive, enrich and galvanize Hindu culture and reestablish and nourish the roots of Bharatamata, following issues are immanent for consideration.
1) Declare India as Bharat/ Hindu Rashtra
2) Build Rama Temple
3) Repeal Article 370 and relocate all displaced Kashmiris.
4) Repeal Endowment Act
5) Repeal Atrocities Act, & Dowry Bill
6) Enforce Uniform Civil Code
7) Adopt a Family Planning limiting the number of children to 1-2.
8) Replace secular with spiritual country
9) Stop all privileges to minorities and help all those who are economically disadvantaged.
10) Scrap the Department of Minorities, replace with the Department of Economically Disadvantaged
11) Stop Illegal infiltration and send all Muslim infiltrators back to Bangladesh
12) Find shelter all those Hindus who came from Bangladesh and Pakistan
13) Revise school curriculum
14) Pass anti-conversion laws
15) Ban minarets – no need to shout in such a high pitch disturbing the nation or enforce Supreme Court decision to monitor the decibels.
16) Pass Cow protection law; ban slaughter house and stop import of beef
17) Bring back all the black money stashed in foreign country banks
18) Take necessary legal action against all Corrupt leaders in politics and Business
19) Dismantle all terrorist cells across the nation
20) Take appropriate action against any nation that trains and send them to India.
21) Improve law and order; firm up the police departments, make them accountable for their actions.
22) Make all government employees accountable for their actions or failure to discharge their duties as per guidelines on a TIMELY manner.
23) Provide protection against the terrorists and protect the innocent victims
24) Make accountable for false accusations against any citizen or organization of India.
Let us all stand up for Bharath, let stand by our Hindu scriptures, doctrines and morals; let us stand for our peace and harmony.
It is time for all of us to support NAMO, it is time to elect NAMO and it is time to help NAMO to nourish and protect our Bharatamata.
Bharatamata ki Jai Vande Mataram