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Sunday, May 25, 2014

The LOTUS (PUNDIT blogs) blooms again!

What a mighty win for India and its people! (click image to view Modiji's Speech)

Wednesday, February 12, 2014


    Some Kejriwal jokes
  1. Kejriwal is so honest he refuses to have a false ceiling
  2. Kejriwal is so honest he wears a helmet while driving his car
  3. Kejriwal is so honest that lie detectors are tested by him
  4. Kejriwal is so honest he doesn't wear underwear coz it has VIP written over it.
  5. Kejriwal is so honest that he doesn't have any LIC policy because honesty is the best policy.
  6. Kejriwal is so honest he actually calls a policeman to scare his small kid, when he doesn't eat.
  7. Kejriwal is so honest he wants to make Sunny Leone the spokesperson of AAP because she has nothing to hide.
  8. Kejriwal is so honest that when Raja Harishchandra was a kid, his father used to tell him stories about Arvind Kejriwal.
  9. Kejriwal is so honest that the church confesses to him.

Thursday, October 10, 2013


This post is part of a series on the resurgence of that renowned culture and civilization that ancient India (Akhanda Bharath) showcased to rest of the world once upon a time, and its present synergy with the expanding boundaries of knowledge and innovation of our times (Nav Bharath). This is indeed the golden ideal that Swami Vivekananda dreamed and often espoused in his many lectures. What better way for India Pundit to showcase the not-so-celebrity architects behind this silent reconstruction, than to present vignettes from out of IITM's own homegrown Vivekananda Study Circle (VSC). In this continuing series, we proudly present the breath-taking breadth and depth of the vidwat of Shri. ShraddALu RAnade, scientist, educator and scholar, who has a striking physical resemblence to Sri Aurobindo himself:

Friday, October 04, 2013


What better way to start the series of RECLAIMING THE INDIAN GENIUS than with Gopinath? And who better to shake the modern Indian youngster by his hair roots other than Mr. Gopinath, the self made Vijay TV Anchor and News Media Whiz? Starting from a humble background, by sheer dedication and application of life principles to develop smartness and success, Gopinath had many a rough road to travel and hoops to jump. All of this have made him extremely worldly-wise, but also passionately Indian in his core values. So much so, he dressed only in Dhoti and Shirt for his marriage, avoiding the westernized coat/suit for marriage reception that many of us are guilty of. In short, Gopi puts his mouth where his deed is, and as he himself strongly asserts, content over mere decorative form. In the video excerpt below, he defines with an uncanny clarity what the true Indian identity is, how we are becoming the victims of international treachery in losing it and feeling proud about it, and how we can recognize our true worth as Indians to regain and reshape our history of a warless world dominance through intelligence, industry and vision.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

A Conveniently Forgotten Past - NETAJI

It should come as no great surprise that Indians always win the 1st place in forgetfulness. If at all history has taught us any valuable lessons, the foremost is that it repeats itself, not once or twice, but an uncountable number of times. If human history is a big circle, then Indian history has many smaller ones inside, that could account for a major part of our combined learning and growth through the many epochs. Cut to the chase, Indians have not only floundered many a great opportunities, but have attempted to bury their ineptness in the sands of time through outright deception sometimes, and sometimes through willful neglect and ingratitude. The treatment afforded to NETAJI SUBASH CHANDRA BOSE is a sterling example of such behavior.

I need not have to rummage through the annals of Indian Freedom Movement to refresh anyone's memory because the imprints are still there. Only the honesty of public acceptance is lacking, specially among the Indian elite. It is as if the inconvenient truths would expose their many lies, wash their dirty linens, and parade their vile nakedness in public. Today's India with many a misguided youth, unprincipled leaders, despondent parents, elders and teachers, and an equally hapless poor and destitute substrata is a far cry from the one imagined by our freedom fighters, particularly Gandhiji, Patelji, Vinobaji, Rajaji, Lalaji and quite especially, Netaji. The blood sacrifices of the countless martyrs led by Azad, Bhagat Singh, Veer Savarkar and Thiruppoor Kumaran seems to be a mere fairy tale to the present generation. Jallianwala Bhagh massacre, Dandi march lathi charge or Quit India movement atrocities are occasional appetizers to be seen and appreciated in bollywood films, more to root for the favorite film heroes than to learn, imbibe and preserve. On the contrary, the film heroes seem more desirous and sincere to relive these events as their personal tribute and expression of patriotic fervor. Why this abject negligence? Is it actually in our DNA?

Viewing into the glorious and often tumultuous course of Indian history from mythology to the modern age, through the kaleidoscope of time, we will explore the various aspects of our distinct and colorful culture. We will continue to journey guided by the extraordinary visions of our ancient seers through the itinerant visionaries of our future, who continue to shape the destiny of Mother India.

An excellent speech by Netaji and a film tribute on his exemplary life, as videos:

Sunday, September 22, 2013


September 22 is considered, like March 21/22, a day of inspiration for equanimity. Because it is the Autumnal Equinox. These two days are like a spiritual plateau, just like the earth-sun combo is the astronomical plateau. Here's a link to my Vernal Equinox post for a delightful recap.

I have also come to my inner plateau on this day. The previous post is where I stop writing popular, funny or drab news based posts that you can read in other blogs. I will be henceforth writing solely on those topics which I myself can read and respect. It will primarily center around reclaiming our Indian lost genius and glory from the Vedic age. There will even be caustic articles on the deplorable state of the current Brahmin society etc., so beware. I can't but help writing about it, because this crusade will begin with a generous tribute to the leader amongst Indian leaders, Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, and deal with the many issues that plague our modern Indian society. And what the current day scholars and visionaries like Sri. Shraddalu Ranade and Dr. N. Gopalakrishnan recommend we do.

With these few introductory words, I hereby empower my keyboard to seek and write truth, for it shall set us all free!

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Ivan Romba Nallavannu Sollittaan!

Katta Thoraikku Kattam Chariyille! En Kooda MOtharathe Avanukku VedikkaiyAyiducchu. Iru Varen Katta Thora, Pala Gettappula Vanthu Asatthuvaan Intha Kaippulla. Ha Ha Ha!