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Why are we so much interested about the ‘alien culture” like Valentines Day ? Being the oldest culture and civilization of the world what are we lacking in so that we are in need to embrace the alien culture ? It has become a culture amongst some elites to criticize those who speak for the culture of the Hindus or their rights. But these persons find no fault with others who are really communal in it’s true sense. If you speak about the kashmiri pundits, who are refugee in this own motherland , you are surely communal, because they are from the Hindu community. Again, the demolition of Babri Masjid is remembered specially by our legislators as we find them creating furor in the parliament session reminding us the day which we like to forget and forgive and lots of tears are shed by those so called seculars , but they never utter a word about the demolition of hundreds of Hindu temples in different parts of the country and neighbouring states on that black day of 6th December. All these are beyond the ethics of Indian culture and hence either activity is surely objectionable.

So is the case now also . The activists who talked or protested against the celebration of valentines day in India are severely criticized. There are commercial interest to mobilize the day. It is rather a business day — to earn by arousing or creating some kind of propaganda. The fourth pillar is enthusiastic enough to use the words like, ‘Radical Hindus”, ‘hardliners”, ‘Right wing Hindu activists” to describe those protesters.

India was originally the land of the people who adorned their lives with the essence of ‘sanatan dharma” which was named as Hindu Dharma by the foreigners. And it is in vogue now as this has been accepted widely. Now to appease the converts our so called seculars are ready to destroy the Hindu culture giving rise of protest and hooliganism and creating mass antagonism. These kind of people never hesitate to hurt the sentiment and respect of the Hindus about Rama and dare to pass derogatory comments.

What more !!!

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3 Responses

  1. asomormridul says:

    Hi friend,

    I can not express in words how i should talk about your writings. It is really wonderfully written. Thank you for your time given to creat such a beautiful depiction of present day fact.

    Keep it up.

    By the way, I think I shall congratulate you for being one of the top 10 bloggers of January.


  2. Service_to_all says:

    Hello Mr. S K Dasgupta,

    It is really wonderful and thought provoking issue that you have raised. In order to hear the view from the younger generation, I suggest you raise this as a topic in forums of e-chat.

    People are talking of Valentines”day and relating it to the Taj Mahal the so called symbol of Love. But there are very few who know that the symbol of love was built from a Shiva temple palace which was usurped by Shah Jahan from then Maharaja of Jaipur, Jai Sin


  3. jmalhotra says:


    you have very wonderfully and beautifully pointed out the issue in the real sense

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