Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech does not complete without taking his name. He is backbone of the philosophy of Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Bharatiya Jana Sangha and BJP. Lalkrishna Adwani considers him as his political guru. His philosophy of Integral humanism is seen in almost all the works of Narendra Modi. Whether it is 'Jan Dhan Yojana', 'Swachha Bharat Abhiyan', development of Gujarat or the 'Make in India' campaign, the philosophy of BJP’s political guru Deendayal Upadhyay is designing the future of India.
This question is always asked in the historical perimeter as why Mohammad Ali Jinnah turned to extreme communal-ism from his earlier position of secular politician. A lot of efforts have been done from both sides to find out the answers to this question. Historians have tried to find the answer of this question in the series of negotiations including the Simon Commission, Rajgopalachari formula, Desi-Liqayat pact, Cripps Mission, Cabinet Mission plan and finally the Mountbatten plan which decided to carve out Pakistan from India.
I remember one of those mornings of 2005 when Raj Thackerey left Shivsena. Some four thousand supporters were surrounding him and his healthy and manly sound was answering the million dollar question ‘Why he left Shiv Sena?’ The answer and the period that followed until the election of 2009 was a mesmerizing one. As a college student, studying in Nagpur, I saw laptops of students flooded with the roaring and inspiring oratories of Raj Thackerey. He was their hero, one who had shown them the hope of modern and respected Maharashtra.
They are one of the greatest parties of India. Their leaders were not ordinary persons but were one of the greatest personalities of modern India. They have the politics in their genes. They have ruled almost 60 years in free India. Still their position now is no more than the sidelined, bigoted traumatized old man with no formal saying in any family matter. Certainly the Congress party has lost its confidence, they have no moral and the word called 'hope' on which entire leadership virtually ruled India for decades.
He is been famous for his experiments, denounced for his world famous acts and maligned for his brave but wrong gone steps. He is disliked by his own historian, defamed by almost all the novels and historical books and carried the tag for modern day politicians whose decisions often stand wrong. Whether it is transfer of capital, use of token currency, the expedition in Himalaya or agriculture reforms, he is been criticized for each and every step which he undertook as a supreme commander of medieval army. There would be very few who don’t know the name of Muhammad bin Tughlaq, India’s often tagged as a medieval king.
New Delhi as you call it, one of the finest places of India has become A home to UPSC aspirants. It is like a battle ground for around 40000 graduated young minds who join every year to crack the prestigious civil services exam. Over the last 20 or 30 years places like old Rajinder Nagar in Central Delhi and Mukherjee Nagar in North Delhi have evolved as a prominent places for UPSC preparation. My focus will be on Mukherjee Nagar as how this center behaves with fresher’s and off-course with old students.
He may be regarded as the one of the greatest heroes of world war two. People might have considered him as the greatest savior of mankind. He might have inspired the whole world by his extraordinary oratory skills and great wisdom. Or in simpler words, he might have saved the world from the anarchy of Nazism. However, as far as India is considered, the people are not very much fond of this wizard.
The ripples which reverberate after India's refusal to become signatory of historical WTO agreement fascinated Indian diaspora. They saw it as the emergence Narendra Modi on international stage. It was not the case that he was not known on international stage. The Washington think tank was keeping watch on his every move since last 12 year.