This has reference to MediaCrooks Blog ‘Some Pricks For ModiSarkar’ on 8th May 2017.

MC echoes our concern over Govt led by Modi. Thanks for well written blog. There are also other NPMs like Uma Bharati/ AGRaju etc. Hope it get’s into mind.

My perception is that Modi when he became PM, took all seniors into his cabinet to refurbish party under AmitS (which did not go far…as party cadre is unable to support & take Modi’s initiatives, to the people).

*There is no much contribution for NDA2 Govt from party side, this is First setback to Modi.

*Second is all the seniors in cabinet wanted to see how Modi can make them work under him (only youngsters are performing better in his Cabinet). See how Make in India initiate failed.

*Thirdly, there was no coordinated/inclusive approach between Ministry of Finance & Ministries of Commerce & Power leading to rise in Unemployment & NPA companies..thanks to partly to Raghuram Rajan who made impractical Zero-NPA campaign which led to closure of all SMEs.

*Fourth set back was rise in commodity prices compared to 2014…While the Farmers are denied minimum support price, by all politician-turned-buyer agents, consumers are charged double. No action.

*Fifth is No-Followup on Demonetisation..we are back with cash transactions now & special thanks to Banks/ Financial transaction Service Providers for levying 2 to 3% on each transaction (this is a huge plunder by Banks/ FSPs)..They can collect a Re to Rs.10 per digital transaction.

Here’s the advise of Francois Gautier, a journalist I adore for his unflinching support for Indian culture and philosophy. Well articulated advise to Narendra Modi, the PM, in simple and lucid words..


I know quite a few hardcore supporters of Narendra Modi​, who are puzzled – and sometimes angry- that like Mr Vajpayee, before him, as soon as he became Prime Minister of India, he changed his tigers stripes for the fluffy white cotton of a lamb, who sheds tears over the death of a dalit (who was not even a real dalit), before his people told him that the guy insulted everybody, specially anything Hindu, and repeatedly challenged the authorities of the university.

Concentrating on the economy and foreign trips only, may make him friends amongst westerners and businessmen, but Mr Modi does not seem to understand, like Mr Vajpayee before him, that he will loose the next general elections, because the common Hindu, from the Dalit to the upper castes, who elected him in a united vote two years go, don’t give a hoot about Obama, Francois Hollande and free…

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FRANCOIS GAUTIER is tempted to say … : “Arise ô Hindus, stop being cowards, remember that a nation requires Kshatriyas, warriors, to defend Knowledge, to protect one’s women and children, to guard one’s borders from the Enemy”….
And do Indians need a Narendra Modi to remind them of that simple truth?”

Understandable. Fact of matter is ordinary Hindus are tuned to ‘karma siddhanta’ to become meek, while others would goad and kill few of emotional (rajasika’s) & unemotional (satwik’s) Hindus by might. Few pompous (rajasika’s) Hindus would compromise. This is what happened in the last 1400 years. Hope their pereseverence for seeking higher planes of personal level satisfaction, keeps them going-on, rather than preserving ‘dharma’. Namaste!


In the wake of Al Jazeera Channel – قناة الجزيرة الفضائية’s shameful interview of Ram Madhav RSS, where they tried to equate Narendra Modi & Hindus with ISIS, with hardly any protest from both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian Media, the question needs to be asked again:

“Muslims are bullies and Hindus cowards”, the Mahatma Gandhi once said. He may be right – at least about Hindus: there has been in the past 1400 years, since the first invasions started, very few Shivaji’s and Maharana Pratap’s to fight the bloody rule of the Moghuls, or hardly any Rani of Jhansi’s to stand against the humiliating colonial yoke of the British. If a nation’s soul is measured by the courage of its children, then India is definitely doomed: without the Sikhs, whose bravery is unparalleled in the more recent history of India, Hindus would…

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India & religious intolerance: who are under attack?


This has reference to an article in the Boston Globe carried an article ‘In India, anti-Christian attacks are vicious, common – The Boston Globe’ (but the link is a Christian propaganda website…refer

The said article is for spreading Christianity in the world, casting aspersions on tolerant society of India.

It is not my intent to give any rebuttal to such propaganda material, but to bring forth the overall perception of evangelism and to brng forth that it is majority community in India which is under attack but not Christians in India. A few glimpses…

Catholic Church has been focusing on Asia for its spread, particularly India, since 1991 when Pope John Paul II visited India.


Church having set as a goal for converting people into Christianity, found India with its tolerant attitude to many different forms of bhakti (devotion) for human emancipation, as a more promising ground, for conversion to christianity, as the society in general is tolerant religiously.

From 2004 onwards, when UPA government is in power (Sonia Gandhi, an Italian, president of Indian National Congress which formed UPA Govt), spread of evangelism and conversion to Christianity has become more a thorn in the social fabric resulting in building unrest among Hindus.


Evangelists adopted dubious means to canvas Christianity for conversion at the expense of deriding moral values and ethics, as money played an important role in conversion.

They do not mind stooping low to don Hindu monks orange robes, imitate Krishna chariot with flag of Bhagavadgita, to convert gullible & innocent tribal, dalit & poor people on sly…

Read… Missionaries in India: Conversion or Coercion? @ ….[I heard about missionaries who dress in orange robes to look like swamis. Gullible and desperate villagers are told that their traditional gods are actually corrupted versions of Christ; that the venerable saints and sages of India’s past were really Christians; that the three horizontal stripes traditionally drawn on the foreheads of Shiva devotees stand for the Holy Trinity; that the Upanishadic prayer that includes “Lead us from darkness to light” was meant as a cry for Jesus to save them.]

 Evangelism became lucrative for some. Money from overseas Church donors became a source for personal growth for many in India.

In March 2015, when earthquake struck Nepal, Pope tweeted as follows….

Is it a time for conversion? Is it a message for people in distress?.. albeit cardinal principle of Church, is not appreciated in public.

India has been experiencing communal violence between Muslims and Hindus, since 1947 at one place or other which are mainly related to political appeasement for winning elections and does not reflect on intolerance of national fabric of community living.

Hindu way of life is inclusive irrespective of religious worships, but frequent political attempts to deride its practice, by narrow minded religions, had affect on its social fibre gave rise to Hinduism concept since early 1990s (Hinduism is not a religion, even now…it is all inclusive and multi faceted and hence tolerant).

After, NDA Govt took over, in 2014, under a new nationalist leader Mr. Modi, who had been accused wrongly for over a decade till Courts acquitted him.

But Mr. Modi carried baggage of undue biased attitude which, the national (and also international) media, most political parties in India, pseudo Intellectuals, had been propagating unjustifiably.

Riding over such biased campaign, Church in India, tried to take advantage by deceitful inputs to international media on religious intolerance of majority Hindu society in India, which is unfortunate.

During Delhi assembly (local) elections, a series of reports on deemed attacks of Hindu community over Church were circulated which were proved later to be far from truth. Consequently, the BJP party under leadership of Mr, Modi, lost the election because of uproar on secularism. This is still continuing in international media prompting biased view on India, unfortunately without understanding the ground reality.

  1. See the Delhi Police reports on religious attacks in Delhi alone…(Refer…
  1. To put matters in perceptive, data from the Ministry of Home Affairs …. there were 668, 823, and 644 incidents of communal violence nationwide in the years 2012, 2013, and 2014 respectively [Refer..,].

At no time, Indian society can become intolerant as long as Hindu community is a majority for that matter wherever Hindus live, tolerant communal living is assured based on its multifaceted, but unique, old and time tested philosophy (san few aberrations for political reasons, which are inadvertent). Indian society believes and promotes Universal Family ethics.