The History textbooks that we study in school only dedicated a few pages for the brave warriors who protected their dharma despite being put under the most gruesome tortures that humankind has ever seen, while dedicated 7–8 chapters for the Mughals and the empires of other Islamic invaders.
For the first time in the history of Independent India, the Indian Elites are clueless about how to regain control over information and the narrative. It is frustrating them. It is making them desperate, angry and abusive, leading them to create fear psychosis by shouting “Idea of India is in Danger”.
Mr. Yechuri please read Ramayana and Mahabharata once, they clearly condemns violence and wars. It is the last choice against Adharma.
After years of sterilisation of our history we as a Hindu community are ok with demonization of our religion, our culture and even our very own identity.
Loss of nationalism makes the culture, people and societies of that country highly vulnerable.
The book is not only about how the film “Buddha in a Traffic Jam” was made, it is also about the journey of the author and the most importantly journey of the till now uncoined concept of “Urban Naxal”. I recommend it to all parents who are invested in their children’s well-being and need to protect them from ideological contamination.
हमारी सभ्यता में “मुक्तचिन्तन” की परंपरा का विस्थापन “आईडोलॉजिकल स्कूलिंग” नाम की बीमारी से हो गया है। हमारी प्राथमिक और माध्यमिक शिक्षा मुख्य रूप से इस देश के नौनिहालों को “हुक्म का गुलाम” बनाए जाने के लिए ज़िम्मेदार है।