This surely must be the Age of Indian cultural resurgence.
There is no sure indication of this new fame other than the daily attacks indigenous Indian culture now faces.
These attacks are by the self appointed intelligentsia of India working in cahoots with a handful of floundering Western institutions.
The attackers comprise the English media organisations, English writers, modern artists and movie makers; Communists, the Indian Congress party and foreign religious missions.
These groups never fail to criticise the emergence of any aspect of Indian culture from centuries of submission to barbaric/Mogul and Western/modern cultures.
The anxiety of the Anglophiles in particular clearly indicates that they are holding on to a fragile and illusory reality, on the verge of being sucked into the annals of Indian history.
Indian history has in fact seen the downfall of many a foreign ideology opposed to the subcontinent’s indigenous Sanatana dharma lifestyle.
The dissenters’ opposition to the intended ban on cow killing and promotion of cow protection which is the foundation of Sanatana Dharma has truly exposed their blood lusty nature.
As I last night pointed out to a blind supporter of these dissenters here in Malaysia – what is the logic behind the overwhelming zeal of these dissenters to destroy a noble lifestyle.
One that is full of benevolence even towards the animals that share this Bhuloka (earth) with us.
But the cow is not just any animal important though everyone of them is.
Human history has shown that the gentle cow is the sustainer of human life on this planet with every generation of the human young nurtured on its abundantly produced milk.
Its dung has constantly fertilised the soil besides acting as the original `green’ fuel of the rurals promoting agriculture and sustainable living.
Its urine has high medicinal value as an antiseptic and potent cure for many a human ailment.
theindianraas.com will continue its struggle to properly educate modern man to seek peace and prosperity for the world we live in by adhering to the Sanatana Dharma lifestyle which is an indigenous aspect of human life.
By R. Sittamparam
Photograph courtesy of Jeganathan Ramachandram