Mahatma (Repost)

Just sharing my first post on this site posted two years back.

“Don’t know how to begin… A sad day for India… 30th January Martyrs Day here in India… The day the Mahatma was killed in cold blood… Cannot support the thought of killing him… My ‘namaskaar’ to the ultimate sacrifice…

At the same time, do think that what would have happened if the Mahatma had lived? Am confident that he would have done some constructive work in India… Revered Pandurang Shastriji Athavale (founder of Swadhyay movement) believes so…

Villages and cottage industry are/were the hub of economics in just liberated India. That was overlooked in the race of technological revolution. The 5 year plans were a complete hogwash to misguide us, Indians. From the day of independence, successive governments talk of development and technology, but do they care for Humanity? The cradle of Humanity, the Indian civilisation, is lost in all this…

So on this day, remembering and saluting all who in their own small way tried to contribute to Humanism. Maybe this is the only way to remember the Mahatma…

Asatoma Sadgamaya

Tamasoma Jyotirgamaya

Mrutyorma Amrutamgamaya…”

During this journey of two years, am happy that I could write down my thoughts in the form of blogs and express myself clearly.

Am a God centric person, my “namaskaars” first to Him, who takes care of me and gives me ideas to write.

I am deeply grateful to all those who follow me here and also those who read my blogs, comment and give constructive suggestions too.

Am also deeply grateful to my parents, especially my mother who inculcated a habit of reading, which has opened up my mind and help me think.

Also grateful to Param Pujaniya Pandurang Shashtriji as He has moulded my thoughts very carefully on the right path.

At the same time, His daughter, Param Pujaniya Dhanshree Athavale- Talwalkar for shaping up those thoughts and helping me express myself.

At last cannot forget my wife and kids who have given a constant support to my reading and also have been bearing my late night reading lights which have disturbed their sleep.

Have written 79 blogs till date (this being my 80th) and hope to write many more in the future. I share a wish with you all, that some day I would love to see these blogs in a shape of a book. A book which might be helpful for the coming generation to understand the importance about the country and the festivals celebrated across the country. Still have many more to describe.

I once again thank you all and especially Word Press for providing me a platform to express myself.

Happy Reading!

Have a nice day!

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Author: Ameet Kothari

Am a teacher by profession. A student of History and international politics. Believe that Bhakti (Devotion) and Humanism can only save Humanity. Revere all creation. My thoughts are influenced by His Holiness Pandurang Shashtriji Athavale

12 thoughts on “Mahatma (Repost)”

  1. After reading a lot about Gandhiji, I cannot ever call him as Mahatma or Father of Nation. After knowing true objectives of Round Table conferences which was attended by Gandhi as well as Mohammad Ali Jouhar (Mohammad Ali Road Fame) I do not consider him as a freedom fighter at all.
    His Ahimsa was very selective. When he came back to India from South Africa, this particular day is celebrated as Pravasi Bhartiya Divas which was started by Modiji. But he came to India on a mission. He came to India just at right time when Europe was preparing for 1st world war. If Ahimsa as his principle of Life, why he allowed 3.2 millions of Indian soldiers to be recruited for 1st and 2nd world war. In fact he was very instrumental in recruitment process. Whenever our real Martyrs and true Nationalists killed any British officers, he used to condemn violence in Young India fortnightly. He allowed Indian soldiers to kill Germans in world wars!!! What is the logic?? These are not just allegations. This is beyond doubt. Even Wikipedia accepts this.
    His tactics were just to delay freedom struggle nothing else. Today people are waking up and accepting the truth and cleansing their mind of fake, false history and stories of him. To understand this one must understand what Round table, Trilateral commission, etc, etc.
    On top of this, Dadaji has always said to understand true account of history one must study the Bloodline or ancestry. Without studying ancestry it is impossible to understand single bite of history.
    By the way, I must say now. Gandhiji was not a Hindu rather a Crypto Jew. This will be very disturbing but follow bloodlines.

    Can say a lot but it is beyond the scope. It’s unfortunate that our kids are still learning this foul history and foul lies within school curriculum. It is unfortunate to have him on Rupee Bill.

    My views may be very much contradictory but I have to be true to myself.

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