The sari is one of the most ancient, noblest, most original, most stunning and beautiful, graceful and India-specific garment in the world. My blood boils every time I see the Pryanka Chopra or Aishwarya Rai walk the red carpet in the Cannes film festival in western dresses, when they could be much more original, stunning, beautiful, remarked, and be the ambassadors of their country in a sari. But then this part of the secular discourse: get rid of anything that has to do with ancient (Hindu) culture, even at the risk of loosing your roots, your uniqueness, your country’s very soul. Let me take this opportunity to repeat once again, that the spirituality that stands behind and props Hinduism is not a religion, it is universal, because it recognises that the Divine is One yet a Billion times Multiple, as He or She incarnates at different times under different names, using different scriptures. This Knowledge is lost in the world and only the Hindus have preserved it at the cost of their guts and blood. Praise to them a billion times and to the noble Sari that should live Forever
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