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Are we ready to know our roots?

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Born as an Indian, turned into Bhartiya (If you know what it means.) Against Political correctness and Politics. I support Uniform Civil Code and Gender neutral laws. I don't understand the purpose of feminism and ultra-left ideology that is being pushed on everyone. Freedom of speech is a right and should be used in right way. My articles etc are "My" opinions.

Its been a while since last time I was here ranting about things that I thought mattered the most.

Over the last couple of years I have had time to look deeper into things and I have come to a conclusion that I don’t know how much is out there that we don’t know about.

You might be thinking that that I’m beating around the bush and you would be right because what I’m about to say will surely offend you at some level. I’m going to talk about the history and our general lack of interest, no I’m not talking about Mughal history or British colonial history I’m trying to get your attention to recent developments in the fields of archeology, the new evidences found via lidar data and not to mention the recent success of Graham Hancocks 8 part web series, which is cinematic culmination of his decades of research and fieldwork.

As a citizen of the oldest civilization we too need to get serious about our history. The current geo-political scenario is heading towards a clash and there is an off-chance that it sparks third installment of super-hit real world action drama The world war.

A powerful country is truly powerful only if it’s citizens are aware of their roots and are driven by motivation to make the world a safer place. You might say that no matter how strong a nation is it takes a downturn because Empires fall. True. The point is that there was point in time when everyone was part of a civilization that stretched across all continents. I want to write more but I think at this point, I should ask you if you would like to? Let me know in comments.

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Born as an Indian, turned into Bhartiya (If you know what it means.) Against Political correctness and Politics. I support Uniform Civil Code and Gender neutral laws. I don't understand the purpose of feminism and ultra-left ideology that is being pushed on everyone. Freedom of speech is a right and should be used in right way. My articles etc are "My" opinions.
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