I do believe that @NarendraModi is some sort of vibhuti, a divine instrument that comes from epoch to epoch, to do in a decade what would take hundreds of years. Nevertheless…

I do believe that Narendra Modi is some sort of vibhuti, a divine instrument that comes from epoch to epoch, to do in a decade what would take hundreds of years. Nevertheless, even vibhutis are human and since coming to power in this big arrogant bubble that is Delhi, far away from the rest of India, the PM has imperceptibly veered away from his core HIndu-dharmic duty and shed away important reforms, such as Article 35A, the Ram Mandir, the Govt take over of Hindu temples (see what is happening now in Tirupati the most sacred of Hindu temples), the return of Kashmiri Pandits (which will remain a dream), the ABSOLUTELY essential rewriting of school curriculums and history books, etc. Also there is an aura now of an emperor like infallibility, and a certain arrogance, which is not yogic in its essence, around Mr Modi . Like Vajpayee, does he wants to be seen as a reasonable center right leader, who is inclusive of so called minorities, (who have persecuted Hindus for centuries and still continue to bully them), and not be seen as favouring Hindus, who nevertheless remain his core voters? This is a crucial question.
No doubt, as the first month of the second term has shown, Mr Modi will do FANTASTIC work, specially on the economic, social and foreign policy front. This is indispensable, if India is to become a genuine superpower on par with China, the US and Europe and be respected by these (which is not yet the case). But in the Dharmic parlance, in the spirit of the Bhagavad Gita, what is also needed, is a WARRIOR, even ruthless-like approach towards the enemies of Hindus, who are the bearers of the LAST spiritual Knowledge in this world, a consolidation and unification of  Hindus, both in India and in the world, beyond castes and social barriers, so that Swami Vivekananda and Sri Aurobindo’s vision of that Knowledge which the Hindus are holding – ‘what is karma, what is dharma, what happens when I die, why am I reborn, what are the tools to lead a better life, etc’ – spreads openly unto the world and saves it from the certain doom that it is going unfailingly towards.
My feeling is that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of Narendra Modi, even with @AmitShah as its number two, (who already castigated the Rajasthan BJP chief, when he rightly objected putting Maharana Pratap, a hero of the Hindus, and Akbar, a foreign invader and killer of Hindus (however better he was compared to Aurangzeb), on the same platform),  will shy away from these bold and absolutely NECESSARY steps in the next five years and will keep at arm length those who are seen as too pro -Hindu, such as Dr. Subramanian Swamy or myself (who offered countless times to constitute an Advisory Board that will give Mr Modi genuine feedback on how his visionary reforms percolate – or not – to the ground, as he hears only praise from his core group of high bureaucrats and is a bit cut off from hearing the people’s voice by the 7 rings of security surrounding him and also the sycophancy that any Indian PM experiences).
This said, I remain a staunch supporter of Mr Narendra Modi as he is the best for India and the Indian National Congress  alternative would set back Bharat for centuries.
But maybe I am wrong. What do YOU think?

4 responses to “I do believe that @NarendraModi is some sort of vibhuti, a divine instrument that comes from epoch to epoch, to do in a decade what would take hundreds of years. Nevertheless…

  1. In the mad rush to put India on the political map of the world we should not forget our sanskruti, our Dharma, not equated with religion. Hindus have been accorded second class status for too long. This election has given back Indians a sense of pride in their culture. The people in power should shed their brown sahib culture of appeasement of minorities and make all citizens equal, with common laws. Remove articles 370 and 35A, give Ramjanmabhoomi back to the Hindus and restore the rights of Kashmiri pandits for a start. Sahishnuta has been part of our ethos but this mandate will not last if all people are not heard.
    I am a strong supporter of Modiji and I sincerely hope Dharma prevails.

  2. Swapan Mukherjee

    I do believe that he has the nation’s interest at heart and he would like to carry everyone with him. When in Gujarat he used the beauracracy effectively but I fear that he is overly dependent upon them. The Indian civil servants may well be his undoing as all they are interested in is their own well being, they don’t give a damn for the citizens. Bold action is necessary to bring them to heel.

  3. On the very first day when Modi ji was elected head of the parliamentary board of NDA, his speech was heart wrenching,his programme are minority appeasing,in whole he is acting like a honest and energetic Congress Man. His day by day increasing Gandhi giri could harm this nation beyond revival. Though he has very good chances of re electing as PM again,bcoz we don’t have any other option. If this term goes like the previous one than India would loose her last hope.

  4. Francois Gautier, nicely written and articulated. In my humble opinion as senior citizen , I feel the priority which you and Dr.Subraminam Swamy enumerate are required but in a phased manner, as the priority should be economy, Foreign Policy and bring in the true robustness of our economic strength . That said the 370 and 35A actions are required to be taken up as soon as majority in Rajya Sabha by BJP is achieved, with out which it is all useless exercise.Temple control issue should be taken up as well, but if that law also needs RS approval then it has to be done after RS majority is obtained. When once the economy is strong and job creation and un employment rates are in controllable range then Ram Mandir issue to be attacked. This is my view.

    On Sun, Jun 9, 2019 at 11:08 AM FRANCOIS GAUTIER wrote:

    > François Gautier posted: ” I do believe that Narendra Modi is some sort of > vibhuti, a divine instrument that comes from epoch to epoch, to do in a > decade what would take hundreds of years. Nevertheless, even vibhutis are > human and since coming to power in this big arrogant bubble ” >

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