Let us become nobler

Sanskrit word 'Arya' or 'Aryam' stands for nobility. Let us implore everyone to become noble, the Arya or Aryam. Christians, Muslims, Hindus or Jews, communists or capitalists, rich or poor, clever or dumb, weak, meek or bully. Uncomfortable perhaps are they with other, threatening peace. Ray of hope for the world is ‘include-all’ ideas of ancient Indian wisdom popularly known as Hinduism. Only they knew how to celebrate individuality of each person. Aryas respect ideas of others, respect way of worship of others, help others and become a noble citizen of this wide and varied world. Idea behind this blog is to bring out those ideas and help each of us become better than what we are. 'N' in the 'Aryan', by the way, was a mistake made by colonial 'experts' who wanted to underplay and undermine the culture and religion of those who they clandestinely enslaved.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Game of Chess and Secularism...Elementary, my dear Watson,

I must figure out what the hell is this ‘secularism’. The word ‘secularism’ is a magic word or so it seems, at least in the Indian context. It is magical because that word has helped Nehru-Gandhi dynasty to lord over a billion gullible people and the largest loot-able coffers of the world.

My love for the game of chess helped me clearly understand what ‘secularism’ is, who needs it and who does not.

Europe needed secularism because their chess board has four bishops meddling into affairs of state and where two queens calling the shots. King was made into an almost tottering imbecile, immobile idiot by queens.

India hardly needed secularism because in Indian Chaturang (Chess) there are neither bishops or Hindu clergy nor wives of kings meddling in the affairs of state. King here abides by the advice of his appointed commander in Chief.

Elementary, my dear Watson.

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