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  • Narendra 6:28 pm on December 28, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Asia, Batam, , Singapore   

    A quick review – Visit to Batam, Indonesia 

    Earlier last month, I was in Batam, a tiny Island right next to Singapore. This was my first visit to the Island nation of Indonesia. In this video I have captured the essence of the place. But, then my opinions are biased 😀

  • Narendra 8:03 pm on June 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Asia, , Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority, , Rail, Rail transport, Rapid transit   

    Chennai Rail 

    MRTS Train station in Chennai

    Image via Wikipedia

    In couple of years time, Chennai city will join select band of cities which will operate 4 different types of intra-city rail network. Currently city has the conventional broad gauge train, it covers the as well as the entire metropolitan area. The second format is again an broad gauge train however the difference is it’s completely on an elevated platform, locals call it ‘parakkum rail’ (Flying rail ). Third is Metro Rail, it’s currently under construction, it’s expected to add the newage and hi-tech dimension to Chennai’s transport network, the first phase is expected to be functional in 2013. And now two days ago the new government has approved a mono rail project, that again will add to the megacities transport needs. Unlike other metroes in India, Chennai has always been a step ahead in terms of thinking long term and providing multiple modes of transport for the citizens.

    Road network is still a mess though, I hope in coming years we will have broader roads which will support traffic at high speeds and host best of the safety features.

    Chennai is fast emerging as one of the busiest cities in Asia, already nick named as ‘The Detroit of Asia’ infrastructure and transportation is extremely important for the city to do well in the long run. The government seems to be making the right moves.

    Personally, I would want to see chennai become one of the best in the world, atleast during my lifetime. The people of this city deserve it. And it’s so very pleasing to know that things are moving in the right direction. Big yyyaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyy to ‘singara’ Chennai.

    • Arvinth 8:25 pm on June 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Singara Chennai!!!! Yaayy!!!

    • Single Malt Monkey 3:27 pm on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      My wife has been to Chennai but unfortunately I haven’t. I’d love to see some pics. I could Google search I guess but I’d like your thoughts/choices if you have time sometime. A sort of “My Home City” portfolio. 🙂

      • Narendra 9:06 pm on June 17, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Sure, Al. I’m not much into photography n stuff, will ask my photographer friends to spare few clicks.. Chennai isn’t like a modern metro..it’s a conservative city

        • sufia 3:04 am on June 18, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          hawww, 2, 2 posts and im just seeing this now.

          how crowded is chennai?

  • Narendra 8:30 pm on May 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Afforestation, Asia, , Drinking water, Government, , Marina Beach   

    My Chennai, Singara Chennai 

    Chennai city is home to about 10 million people, which makes it one of the most crowded cities in India. Like most megacities chennai faces host of issues, Poverty, medical facilities, drinking water, electricity, drainage etc. On top of that, Chennai is the least green city in India, only a measly 4.5% is vegetated, rest is all concrete and that’s is scary truth. Luckily, the civic authorities have finally woken up to the situation, over the last 2 years the mayor and a popular ruling party leader [ thanks to their numerous trips to Bejjing, Seoul, Singapore, Shanghai etc ] have brought things under their watch. Many a parks have come up, Adyar poonga’s first phase was completed, a botancial park was thrown open, Marina beach is getting a face lift and finally an enthusiastic project of planting 1 lakh saplings is underway. The project is expected to increase the green cover of Chennai by at least 5%, not enough however, a decent start.

    Chennai has historically sported a trashy image for its lack of hygiene. This is slowly set to change thanks to some ambitious plans laid out by the civic authorities. What’s good is that these plans are translating into reality. Slow start however, the government deserves a big thumbs up on this.

    • Arvinth 10:59 pm on May 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      yyyaaayyy!! Singara Chennai!! 😀

    • Single Malt Monkey 1:11 pm on May 10, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Cities can be rejuvenated by forward thinking authorities. It takes time but you have to keep going. Good for them. Nice one.

    • sufiaz 1:21 pm on May 10, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      good job 🙂 hope u will put pictures up soon?

  • Narendra 11:04 pm on April 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Activism, , Asia, Hunger strike, , Lokpal, Political corruption   

    I like Corruption 

    last week  Anna Hazare, social activist went on a hunger strike unto death to protest against the perennial delays in the enactment of Jan lokpal ( Anti-corruption ) bill. [ There were several other issues. I’m sorry, I am not sure about the details, please look up over google for more dope ].

    After few days of high voltage action, Government of India agreed to all his Terms & Conditions and he called of his strike. This movement is hailed as one of the most significant one’s in modern day India. However, I’m not too pleased with this fight against corruption.

    Firstly, we Indians need to accept the fact that the very reason why India is growing at the rate of knots and creating huge buzz in the  global markets is purely due to the corruption in this nation. Imagine if we were not corrupt, India would have been a closed economy, most of us here would have been jobless, no FDI, no FII, no international links, no surge in manufacturing and services sector. People like me would have been farming ( not in farmville but real farms ).

    We need to appreciate the power of corruption which is the real driving force of our economy. without that my Incredible India would have been mere a shadow of its current self. Thanks to power and money hungry politicians they successfully opened up India’s economy ( Only partially ) which changed the entire landscape of our economy, millions of direct and indirect jobs were created, real estate boom, IT revolution, Telecom revolution, and many more, it has also positively impacted the agriculture sector due to the access of modern methods and technology.

    We must be proud of what our netas  have given us, what’s wrong if they swindled away few billions of dollars of tax-payers money? Look at the medium term and long term benefits. With all the corruption India is already a $4 trillion economy. why needless poke into a system which has brought success to our nation?

    I endorse corruption simply because it has worked for us. It is more of a cultural fit, it works well for us. We have the results in front of us. By trying to bring in laws against corruption it would only disturb the apple cart. Give it a thought.


    • Vincent Raja 11:07 pm on April 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Ippadiyum Sila Peyar!!! :O

      • Narendra 11:10 pm on April 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Hhehehhheehe..we live in a free nation..and by the virtue of that..Corruption is my birth right as well.

    • Jackie Paulson 1966 11:13 pm on April 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      He reminds me of M Gandhi, hunger strike but they gave in to his demands in India. Hum…

      • Narendra 11:26 pm on April 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Of course Yes. We live in a democracy, Government is formed by people, so, it has to adhere to people’s verdict. Moreover, Anna Hazare received huge support from all quarters of India. It was a Superhit.

    • sufia 12:14 am on April 13, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      IT revolution, affordable education, employment…that i understand, not possible going the legal route. but how can corruption be good? u think a country can function without justice (which u and i lets face it wont get since we dont have the money for bribes)? or when theres such a huge gap b/w the rich and the poor (assuming the rich steal their millions)….?

      • Narendra 12:23 am on April 13, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Legislature and Judiciary are independent tracks in India. Corruption in judiciary is certainly a cause of concern. Over the last few years in the battle of judiciary and legislature, stricter laws have been enforced however, that hasn’t changed corruption in the legal circuit 😀

        • sufia 12:37 am on April 13, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          dont think a society based on corruption will be stable for too long..itll be great for a few days but isnt that how revolutions happen? 😦 the rich ppl getting the gains cuz of corruption. and the poor suffering cuz they dont have the money or the connections….and one day they decide to stand up. that cant be good.

          • Narendra 9:41 pm on April 13, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            It will remain stable. Do you think India would have done any better with zero corruption? Personally, I don’t foresee any revolution of sorts simply because we Indians are pretty happy with the progress.

            • sufia 12:46 am on April 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply

              wait and watch. the poor dont like it when the rich get richer unfairly…hope it doesnt happen to u

    • Kim 8:37 pm on April 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Corruption is so international…. Anywhere you look at, there’s corruption! I’m not so familiar with corruption though.

      • Narendra 8:57 pm on April 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Awwwwhhhhh…Out here it’s part of our daily life..Corruption everywhere, at all levels..Naturally, it works well for us..

    • yourasylumbuddy 10:39 pm on April 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Finally! Someone who doesn’t follow the masses.
      Great read ! 🙂

      • Narendra 10:51 pm on April 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        It’s just my perspective..we generally ignore the other side..Corruption works..it ticks our economy..why change it?

        • yourasylumbuddy 1:08 am on April 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          Yea, and it’s a very well thought out perspective. The thing about India is that people get caught up in movements without entirely analysing the situation.

  • Narendra 8:23 pm on March 11, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Asia, , , , Pacific Ring of Fire, , , volcano   

    Ring of Fire 

    Pacific Ring of Fire

    Image via Wikipedia

    By now, we all must have seen the clippings of massive Tsunami waves ripping apart Japan. In 2004, there was a similar quake in S.E.Asia which killed close to 0.25 million people. After watching todays visuals, I couldn’t help re-collecting the conversation I had with my dad after that 2004 quake. Dad is a Geologist, and he studies rock sediments, fossils, tectonic plates, etc. We rarely have conversations related to his work, in fact I am not sure about his job profile or nature of his work. Anyways, on that day we were watching some news on that weeks Tsunami and he said. “This is just a beginning“. Lot of people say that ” Ahh,god is angry”, “End of days”, “I said so” but, this man has a scientific background and he knew exactly what he was saying based on the studies and research that has been going on for decades.

    He was trying to explain how earthquakes are generated and the physics behind it. And, then he said something very interesting which most of us may not be aware. Earth has reset itself 5 times since its inception, one of which wiped out the Dinosaurs and that was the last of the 5 factory resets.

    Ok, what is relevant is more to us is, in coming decades we’re likely to experience more of such quakes combined with Tsunami and Volcanic eruptions. The pacific belt, which is also known as “Ring of fire” will see lot more seismic activity. It’s bad news for people living in that belt especially, for folks in west half of America. LA, SF are in the firing line. It’s said that a potential killer quake is round the corner. Japan, Philippines, Indonesia, and other pacific Islands face grave danger as well [ in fact that’s been the case for ages ]. And, then he said something which made me feel better. Geological data is mapped  in millions of years [ that’s there unit of measure 😛 ]. So, we may not be around to watch the  extinction however, we will witness several major calamities in the next few decades as the tectonic activity has become stronger than before. I hope my dad’s words don’t come true simply because geological predictions are only 50% accurate 😀 [ and, they get paid for making these half predictions ]

    So be good and try to stay away from the pacific belt. If you live in that part of the world, just pray for the best.


    • Sheryll 9:49 pm on March 11, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I just became aware of the earthquake today. I have the TV on CNN now. It’s so scary! I’m worried for my families in the Philippines.
      I’m praying for those people who’ve lost their lives in Japan. Too sad!
      It’s neat that your dad is a geologist..he has a better grasp on what’s happening to our earth.

      • Narendra 10:44 pm on March 11, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Yes, sad.. l hope ur families are safe n sound..
        Philippines too gets hit by quakes, Volcanoes, Floods etc right…sad..I remember watching the floods of 2009 in Television…so scary..Idun think I Wud never want to live in Islands..tht too in ring of fire..no way 😦

      • sufia 1:46 am on March 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        eesh…it was terrible to hear abt it…think abt it this way: japan is a country where these occurences are very common and they are very well prepared to deal with it. imagine what devestation would happen in countries which are not so well prepared. imagine: the AFTERSHOCKS were of magnitude 6.0…so u can imagine how terrible the earthquake itself must be.

        arent there volcanoes in this area as well?

        • Narendra 11:14 am on March 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          Oh yes..plenty of Volcanoes..esp in the deep seas..Pacific is one of the most volatile zones on Earth..

          all the countries in that belt hav no choice at all.. no preparation can save them..

          • sufia 3:24 pm on March 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            god help th
            does yr dad know why there has been an increase in these natural disasters over the past few years? every yr we have an earthquake now, then we have floods and tsunamis and even an eruption i think in 2009…?

            • Narendra 6:47 pm on March 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

              he said it’s just a normal movement of continental plates…nothing to do with pollution or othr human evils…hmmm..not in our control

    • Reno 7:37 am on March 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Hope and pray that the casualties of earthquake and tsunami are less in Japan. It is really a big disaster for a country which is the most prepared for any earthquake. Our prayers are for the victims and impacted in Japan and other places where the tsunami is likely.

      • Narendra 11:04 am on March 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        No preparation can save any nation from nature’s fury..however, Japan is a specialist at disaster management and recovery…One of my frnd works thr…he said they will be up and running in weeks if not days..Pls pray for all

    • Rajiv 8:30 am on March 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      wow insightful topic Narendra. The good news is that we won’t be there to see the massive Factory Reset. but the bad news is that we are observing and facing the prototypes like what happened in japan 😐 My sympathies for the ppl of Japan

  • Narendra 9:29 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Asia, Bruce Lee, , Enter the Dragon, Hong Kong, Kung Fu, Martial arts, , ,   

    Enter the dragon…forget about returning 

    During the Innings break of today’s Pakistan-Sri Lanka game unlike most days I was scanning other channels. I stopped at WB films. Bruce Lee’s “Enter the dragon” had just started. I have seen this movie few times before, in fact I wanted to give it a miss tonight however, five minutes into it, my mouth was half open, I was stuck. *sheepishly smiling* I could neither move away from my seat nor flip the channel. After the first 30 minutes I had no choice, I was enslaved by this brilliant piece of Cinema.

    I was totally hooked to the Television, I some how managed to grab a pouch of potato chips and a large glass of orange juice, that’s all I remember. For the next 1 hour or so, I was teleported into Mr.Han’s Island along with Lee, Williams and Roper. Movie holds such a simple premise, it has been exploited in so many yesteryear Indian movies. Anyways, back to Bruce Lee 🙂

    The fire in his eyes, body language and the Qi flowing through his body in those dramatic action sequences, WOW! exhilarating stuff *speechless, in search of superlatives, please help me*. No other Kung-fu star has such a powerful on-screen impact as Lee. Take a bow to Mr.Bruce Lee. *bowing in awe*

    Here a few outstanding fight sequences from his movies. Watch them. Enjoy them. Treasure them.


    1. Way of the dragon


    2. Fist of Fury


    3. Enter the dragon



    Why don’t you share your favorite Kung-fu action sequences? that will be fun.



    • Rajiv 9:40 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      no doubt abt it… and I know what scene you r glued too 😉

      • Narendra 10:12 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        yyaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy…Sach mein bhai mazaa aa gaya…now glued to the match…expecting tight finish..mummmyyyyyyyyyyyy

        • sufiaz 11:30 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          ok ill watch this one 😀 couldnt take me eyes off the match tho 🙂

          • Narendra 11:35 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            awwwwwhhhhhhhhhhh I understand
            YOur team provided great entertainment with some variety of fielding bloopers…however, I dun want to spoil this moment ( looks like I have already dampened it )… Chalo…. yyyyaaaaaaaaaayyyy for Pak…………..yaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy for lala

            • sufiaz 11:47 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

              lol…whats new? 😉 why do u think r bowlers r so good at ukharofying wickets? 😉 they have to…they cant rely on the fielders 😀 imagine, how good the bowlers must be 😛 with such fielders, they still got eight out of 10 🙂

              • Narendra 11:55 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

                Amazing….happy for you…good result for your team
                Enjoy the moment,girl

    • Leianne 10:32 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      this is actually one of my favorite movies of all time, love love love it so much!

      • Narendra 10:46 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Ohhh…u guys share the same name as well ^^

        • Leianne 10:57 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          Ah yes,hihi! It’s actually my nickname which was given someone special, based it on him since he knew I’m into Taoism 😉

          • Narendra 11:03 pm on February 26, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            Sweet ^^
            Be happy…very happy…u got a legend’s nickname…Ooooohhhwaaa! 🙂

            • Leianne 12:06 am on February 27, 2011 Permalink | Reply

              Oh I am, 🙂

  • Narendra 12:44 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Arts and Entertainment, Asia, , China, , ,   

    Indian movies go local 

    With the turn of the Century, India and China have fast emerged as super powers. China leading the way in manufacturing and India claiming honors in Services segment. In simple terms both countries are increasingly stamping their presence across the globe.

    If you leave out the economics thing. Other chief drivers are Food and Movies. There is nothing to talk about Chinese food and their cheap kung fu moives, both have unmatched following. India isn’t far behind. Food is already big world over. In fact there are few Indian restaurants which have more branches outside than in India.

    However, what has really put us in limelight are our movies. Here are few videos which show how the world has taken to Indian Movies.


    An east asian dude singing away a popular hindi number at a Cantonese reality show, does a neat job.


    This one’s a Oscar winning song. Check out this spanish band, cool job.


    Check out these young girls crooning a famous bollywood song, watch out for their facial expressions. LoL


    We even got into the wedding parties as well, This one’s amazing.


    Hey, We got Aryan cousins hooked to our dance numbers, See this


    Trust you enjoyed watching these videos. Many more on youtube.

    • Bianca 4:00 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Nice!! 😀

    • Blockader 6:46 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I little tiny bit of India that I get in my small corner of the world comes from visiting this blog each day, maybe someday we’ll get an Indian restaurant here, because I am now in the mood for lunch.

      • Narendra 10:09 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        BTW Brad, there are plenty of Indian restaurants out there..you just has to figure it out

    • sufiaz 11:21 pm on February 4, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      wah..india te cha gaya 🙂

      but yes it is amazing how bollywood has managed to penetrate into other countries….my ex’s sister watched more hindi movies than i ever had…there was hardly an indian movie she hadnt seen. she was egyptian, didnt understand the language AT ALL. but the dedication, i swear: shed download the movies, brother would download the subtitles, and thats the way she wud watch.

    • Leianne 12:40 am on February 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Go India, Go India go! 🙂

    • Reethika 2:20 pm on February 6, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      This is nice to watch! Its amazing …the kind of impact art can have across geographies and time! 🙂

  • Narendra 12:49 pm on January 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Asia, carnal, gandhi, History, , , Personalities, sleep   

    What you didn’t know about Gandhi 

    On this very day, way back in 1948 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was shot dead. There’s no parallel to his achievements and legacy, no one comes closer to his aura.

    But you see no hero is flawless, there’s no genius without a touch of eccentricity. There’s one such facet of Gandhiji’s life which has been well masqueraded. Neither the media nor the historians seem to poke into it, maybe centuries later when he attains god like status, some silly Dan brown clone might go back digging into the past just to figure out his mortal deficiencies. Anyways, coming back to the focal point – What you didn’t know about Gandhi. Hmmm, I haven’t read much material on this but you see whatever is available online is enough to showcase this lesser known dimension of his. What you going to read may startle you simply because you might have never ever heard or read this, so stay calm.

    I will be direct, Gandhiji used to sleep with young women..ummmmm..literally. None of us were there to see what exactly happened whether he did so to satisfy his carnal needs or was it what he called ” Experiment’s with Bhramacharya” ( experiments with celibacy ). Whatever it was, it’s is nothing less than shocking. Can you imagine a man sleeping with his grandnephew’s wife and terming it as an effort to correct her sleep posture, how ridiculous ( Why would I be bothered about someone’s sleep posture, all that matters  is restful sleep. As far as I know he was a law student not medicine ). There’s very little dope available on his experiments, he even planned to publish his works. Just imagine, Gandhi’s book on so called celibacy, it would have been a best seller ( Hey bhagwaan ). His end brought curtains to his work ( which by Indian standards would have brought more shame than pride had it hit the stands ).

    Just writing all this stuff is making me feel odd. Still suspended in disbelief. I suggest you google it and read more or maybe you shouldn’t.



    • Bianca 4:28 pm on January 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Three Words.
      Oh My God!

    • sufiaz 5:50 pm on January 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      didnt u already know this????? did u know he also used to drink his wifes milk?

      • Narendra 8:42 pm on January 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Pata nahi..I first read about this in 2007..for obvious reasons..this isn’t highlighted in the media..it’s under wraps..Bitter truth..difficult to digest this..

        I dun care what he did with his wife..that’s between them..but 16 year old girl..it’s illegal..immoral..aur kya boloon…hmmm

        • Narendra 8:43 pm on January 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          agar mein karoon toh jail..aur bapu kare toh experiment..wah re duniya..not acceptable

    • sufiaz 10:23 pm on January 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      wah re dunia?……mere bhai…yehi dunia hai

    • Narendra 10:38 pm on January 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply


      • Rajiv 9:17 pm on January 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        ‘SAD’ bhai kaha isliye 😉

        coming to the point-
        “When Gandhi was 16 his father became very ill. Being very devoted to his parents, he attended to his father at all times during his illness. However, one night, Gandhi’s uncle came to relieve Gandhi for a while. He retired to his bedroom where carnal desires overcame him and he made love to his wife. Shortly afterward a servant came to report that Gandhi’s father had just died.”
        —I doubt the lady was his uncles wife. Actually he married to kasturba on behest of pressure by his father. The night of marriage when kasturba and Gandhi were married. His father was on death bed. (from my experiments of truth)

        @Sufia nehru-edwina lovestory is a Turning point in History. Known fact- Gandhiji was against partition but Nehru and his political ambitions and his Closeness to Edwina led to the partition. Mountbatten was appraised of the fact that INC (Indian national Congress) is in favour of partition by none other than Edwina, Who did all this for nehru.
        Also I suppose (Heard from somewhere) nehru-Edwina had a baby girl too. Though not sure how much True it’s.

    • sufiaz 12:18 am on January 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      but u know sth, i can understand why its kept under wraps there….its very public knowledge abt him here…on a related note, u DO know abt nehru/edwina mountbatten dont u?

      outta curiosity. were u guys told any dirt abt iqbal or jinnah?

      • Narendra 9:17 am on January 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        I don’t remember any school syllabus shooting down Jinnah or Iqbal..for that matter even the British..as far as I remember, school books only stated what had happened..there wasn’t any character assassination or negative propagation.

        As of the Nehru-Edwina pact ( or their love story ), totally amused. Guess the lady was charming 😀

    • Leianne 2:56 am on January 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Surprised? Well Yes, I am! ^o^

    • sufiaz 5:44 pm on January 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      they didnt teach it us officially in school, just there r ways of finding out..we were just discovering the advantages of search engines when i was studying history in school (at the time there was yahoo not even google)….that and having grandparents who had witnessed the horrors of partition also helped

    • Mohini Puranik 7:31 pm on February 1, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks Narendra! You dared to say it! if you come in touch with Marathi ppl……you will get more about Gandhi. There is always big war between followers of Gandhi and Svatantryaveer Savarkarji. we have facts and we can decide the truth. But ppl are really blind…all this is shocking i didn’t kno…only thing i knew was he helped British always…..keep this up.

      • Narendra 8:03 pm on February 1, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Mohini..I wrote this piece with no intention of disrespecting Gandhiji..he’s is our father of our nation..a man who could inspire millions and show them a peacefully path to freedom. Without him we both may not be enjoying this liberty today.

        Every genius is flawed so was he, but that cannot take away what he gave to this nation.

        • Mohini Puranik 12:53 am on February 2, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          Actually what i mean is you respect or disrespect, but first we should stop following blindly..and that;s good you raised the questions..and about independence…it will create again a diff. debate.

          • Narendra 12:05 pm on February 2, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            When people can follow crazy mongrels…without no logic..Trust Bapu deserves much more..however, god worship is unwarranted ..he was human..

            • PP 10:09 pm on February 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply

              Eye Opener! Great work Naren

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