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The Age of the Indian Renaissance
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[quote name='Bharatvarsh2' date='02 March 2010 - 09:45 PM' timestamp='1267546077' post='104711']

This is hilarious & shows that most Hindus will never learn.



Ya Ketan we all know the biggest threat facing India are Hindu separatists <img src='http://www.india-forum.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='Big Grin' />



By the way Ketan it may shock you but the only reason India is a nation is because of the so called Hindu religion, that's what holds together Panjab and Tamilnadu not a 60 year old constitution that isn't very readable or understandable.



According to your kind of thinking it's all fine and dandy if India becomes a Muslim majority nation as long as it's politically united under this 60 year old flag and constitution. This was the same option the so called "patriotic" Muslim Abul Kalam Azad had in mind, he opposed partition because he thought that Muslims in time could rule all of India. After all what reason is there for Kashmir to separate if every other part of India from Panjab to Tamilnadu is made Muslim majority?



I am guessing your patriotic kind won't be too eager to show up from the US & live in this Akhand Mughalistan when push comes to shove.



This kind of thinking is absurd & the very antithesis of what our ancestors thought.



Go talk to any white white Frenchman & ask him if he will be very satisfied if the nation of France survives intact with its current territory but the whites themselves reduced to a minority and Arab+Berber+African Muslims the majority. Even the most liberal of them will oppose it and rightly so, france is just a piece of land it's the so called white French culture that makes it a nation.



Our ancestors put political unity far below cultural unity which is why the current Stalinist set up was opposed by Gandhi whatever his faults when it comes to Islam. He rightly stood for decentralization, village autonomy whereas the Indian constitution was written to suit centralization with Delhi dictating to the rest of Bharat.



You may want to read up on the ancient gaNas (republics) like the Yaudheyas to see how this system worked.

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Very well said bharatvarsh2, could not have put it into better words myself. But kevat if not a muslim seems to be the perfect Dhimmi Hindu having been brainwashed as his masters wanted, he thinks that he is devout but is the coward Hindu that everybody sneers at and looks down upon.I wonder if he has ever heard of the BhagwatGita which shows the difference between Dharma and Adharma very clearly. This is the crux of the matter.As far as renaissance goes its coming and it has to be Akhand Bharat without the camel riders who would do well to emulate hussein and migrate to their beloved land before the Hindus are fully aware.

Also being a Punjabi Hindu I am more bothered if a single Tamil Hindu gets hurt rather than being bothered in anyway if 50-60 muslims in pakistan or U.P were to blow themselves up as this seems to be their normal way of living.



As for Ravinderji He seems to have safely assumed that the world is grey, I guess he does not understand that there is black and white too, this sort of intellectual grey has helped hindus to convince themselves to be slaves for 2000yrs. Ravinder Sir when it comes to the nation which is the motherland intellectual discussion dont work with barbarians and hindus who are traitors should be taken care of first this is reasonable commonsense and talks like yours only serve to distract from the main topic for wet dreams of greyness, feeling of intellectual superiority and getting a personnel high vis a vis barbarians. Intellectual talks of greyness works only with somebody with same level of vivek not with barbarians who will R**e, pillage, kill and loot only.



As far as I am concerned my definition of Hindu is very clear, it is anybody who believes in the vedas and extended family of hindus are the religions that took root here in my country like Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism etc., not barbarians who draw upon ideology of Arabia while living in this country.Minorities are like jews, parsies etc, not 15% barbarians.
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