Randhir Singh Shekhawat, a character to die for!
Sadda Haq flourished due to its lead pair, Randhir Singh Shekhawat and Sanyukta Agarwal, as it has now completed its 9 months and some 200 episodes of being aired on Channel V.
Param Singh and Harshita Gaur are playing the lead, and you'll find them phenomenal in all those fights, love, and emotional scenes to the extent that you'll start loving or hating certain characters in the show "Sadda Haq".

Randhir was once an MCP I agree, but he, kept aside his ego, and transformed himself into an ideal lover, a caring friend, and what not! just for the sake of his love.

A completely torn human being, who never received any amount of love from his Mom since childhood due to her work responsibilities. His Dad always remain engrossed in alcohol and nothing else. He then found care and concern, far from his home, at a garage, amidst strangers.
Ignorance bestowed upon him by his family resulted in a rowdy loner, who certainly would not trust anybody on this Earth due to the fear of being deceived, again.

In between all this ruckus in his life, he managed to grow as a human being of strong morals, tough attitude, intelligent brain, golden heart, and so on, the list is endless.

He then got a girl who made him fall in Love, who made him trust people around, who made him live again, and a sense of belongingness, love, care, concern arose in his barren heart.

Which man would leave aside the entire world, even his own self, when its comes to saving your life?
Randhir, the moment he found death approaching his love he surrendered himself to that fire just for an attempt to save Sanyukta. Love blindfolded him to an extent that he no longer could visualise himself living here without Her.

He committed just one blunder, I suppose. He got drunk that day, that day when She was getting engaged to someone else. He was so shattered that he could not restrict himself and blurted out the "truth" in front of Her family.
And he got abuses, slaps and sticks in return.

He was tagged as a "Hateful creature" by the one he loved more than anybody else. Well, he never had anybody else in his life to love, other than her. And she slapped him verbally, I would say, and left with a bang, with an explosion in Randhir's life.
I just forgot to mention that she too loved him.

May be, love for her family overpowered Randhir, or may be she didn't hear those abuses endowed upon Randhir by her Dad, or may be an ideal daughter would always stand behind her Dad.
May be she is going true to her path, but one thing I assure her that she will have to return back to him, she'll have to trust that one person in her life, whom she loved, as she someday confessed in front of her mentor.

No, don't ever feel pity for as strong a personality as Randhir Singh Shekhawat. Because you know he will bounce back to show the world what it means to be Randhir Singh Shekhawat! He will turn around to win back in his life, the love that he deserve and desire, love of Sanyukta, her best friend, her everything.
Randhir, The name itself sings the glory of the struggles he has faced and victories he has seen in his entire lifetime!
Easy way to cook a few simple Indian dishes for bachelor men with absolutely no cooking experience.

  1. All of these are simple dishes I've learned through trial and error. I like to keep my cooking simple, minimal, fast and efficient. I am stuck without a kitchen and can't stop fantasizing about experimenting with cooking, so I thought I'd just teach what I already know instead. Some of you might benefit.
  2. I'll try to start with the very basics. If you have any doubts, ask me. I'll try to answer.
  3. Most of these are veg/egg, as I'm not very good at cooking non-veg.

UTENSILS:
To cook a variety of dishes, you'll need a variety of utensils. But the most basic and important ones are:
  1. a WOK to make gravies and fry veggies
  2. a PAN to make rotis, dosas and omlettes
  3. a LADDLEs - a scoopy one and a flat one. Don't know what to call these.
  4. a POT to boil stuff
Pressure cooker, blender, mixie and all these things you can use later. Not necessary at first.

BASIC INGREDIENTS:
Keep a stock of these at all times in your kitchen.
  1. Curry leaves
  2. Coriander
  3. Pepper
  4. Salt
  5. Sugar
  6. Mustard seeds
  7. Turmeric powder
  8. Flavouring masalas as per your taste - garam masala and chicken gravy masalas are very popular, but there are many more. You can use any masala for anything. Don't believe the labels.
  9. Chilli powder
  10. Asafotedia
  11. Jeera
  12. Toor dal or other dals of similar consistency.
  13. Ginger and garlic if you are old school or ginger-garlic paste if you are convenience junkie

BASIC METHODS
a) BASIC FRIED VEGGIE
This works for most veggies and eggs too.
  1. Pour some oil in your wok and heat it in high flame for 2 - 3 mins. How much oil is something you'll learn. Just go with your intuition and adjust as per experience. No hard and fast rule. Rule of thumb, to serve 1 person - 2 - 3 spoons of oil should be good in a non-stick wok. In not non stick, add a spoon more.
  2. Bring flame down to medium and then add: mustard seeds, curry leaves, turmeric, maybe some diced onions and some toor dal as well.
  3. Once the mustard seeds have started to pop, add your previously cut veggies (potato, carrot, gobi, boiled peas, egg (without shell), brinjal, cabbage, mushrooms, bindi, soaked channa etc...).
  4. Once you've added your veggie, add some jeera, salt and chilli powder / masala flavouring. Remember, jeera burns easily so add with adding masala - that is to say - don't add in the oil.
  5. Now, cover the wok with a lid or plate and leave in low flame. Check once a couple of mins for veggies (poke with laddle / spoon to make sure it's boiled).
  6. If cooking eggs, don't do step 5, just keep stirring after you pour the egg in. Eggs cook damn fast.
  7. Stir from time to time and make sure your masala is ever. If you are going with pepper, always add pepper in the end. When done, eat.
b) BASIC GRAVY
  1. Pour some oil in your wok and heat it in high flame for 2 - 3 mins. How much oil is something you'll learn. Just go with your intuition and adjust as per experience. No hard and fast rule. Rule of thumb, to serve 1 person - 2 - 3 spoons of oil should be good in a non-stick wok. In not non stick, add a spoon more.
  2. Bring flame down to medium and then add: mustard seeds, curry leaves, turmeric, maybe some diced onions and some toor dal as well.
  3. Add cut tomatoes, diced ginger and garlic / ginger-garlic paste, stir well. Close the lid in medium flame and wait for 3 - 5 mins. The idea is that the tomatoes get squished in the heat and become pulp.
  4. Once your tomato has pulped, you've got your basic gravy base. If you are making thick kind of gravy without any veggies, add boiled pulses (with minimum water) at this stage. If you are making a veggie / egg gravy, add your veggies (potato, carrot, gobi, boiled peas, egg (without shell), cabbage, soaked channa etc...). Also add jeera, masala power/chilli powder, salt and asofotedia.
  5. Add a little bit more water than you need for the gravy. Cover your wok and let it boil. Stir from time to time and check if the veggies are cooked.
  6. Once it's done, add pepper if you want, add some chopped coriander / pudhina and you are set.
c) HOW TO BOIL RICE
  1. Wash rice, put in pot with 1.5 - 2 times more water (use same cup to measure rice and water)
  2. Boil in a pot with closed lid / plate on low heat for 10 - 15 mins.
  3. If you burn your pot and rice gets stuck, don't worry, just add some milk and let it soak for 10 - 15 mins and then washing will be easy.

Notes:
  1. Some veggies should always be cooked in oil. The list includes anything that is squishy. Mushrooms, bindi, brinjal etc.
  2. Eat a lot of spinach. They are really easy to cook (use the fried veggie instructions with little oil) and are tasty (eat for three days and you'll love them), just need salt to taste good and are bloody nutritious.
  3. Wash your dishes after cooking and before eating. It's better than washing them before cooking or after eating.

This is by no means comprehensive. It's just an introduction to Indian cooking. Every district in the country and every state has it's own variations and cuisines. Once you have a handle on the basics you can always make something simple to eat. These basics will also give you the necessary skills to understand how to cook everything else. All cooking is just variations of boiling and frying - that's it. this is what i have learned from last 5-6 months.
Good luck, eat healthy and stop making maggi at the fucking time you nitwit.
Truth Of Indian History.
Does It Helping Or Hurting Us?
It is said that winners write history. This clearly implies that history is the winners’ version of the truth. Our PM recently mentioned 1200 years of slavery. These 1200 years were followed by six decade long rule by Congress and their agenda supporting minions. Anyone not living in a cave knows about Congress’ vote bank politics. This means is that in the last 1260 years truth has been one of the big casualties.

For the first time Indian Conservatives have power (Atalji was bound by coalition dharma so his power was hostage to the likes of Nitish Kumar and Chandrababu Naidu). Modi sarkar wants to right some of these wrongs and include oft ignored truths and blatant Congress serving lies. This has left the yesteryears victors i.e. the leftists in a tizzy. Everyone with access to any kind of a media outlet is spewing venom. The latest is an article written by Mihir Sharma (“Eminently Funny Historians” – google it to read the article if you want to). A legend in his own mind, Sharma is clearly having a hard time accepting defeat of Congress and destruction of Indian left. He rants against the appointment of Y Sudarshan Rao as the head of the Indian Council of Historical Research. Sharma thinks that Indian History will be rewritten, undoing all the work of the Indian left. All Sharma offers in the way of argument are sarcasm and vitriol. He also rants against pro BJP bloggers and social media (we should thank him for indirectly giving us some credit for the BJP’s landslide victory). Sharma has no options other than biting the bullet and hope that Congress finds some way of winning in 2019. Good Luck with that Sharmaji!

Vivek Gumaste whose articles are always a pleasure has expressed his opinion on the matter. Here is an excerpt from that article (Gumaste refers to Rajeev Srinivasan):

“The West Bengal government in 1989 issued guidelines that said: ‘Muslim rule should never attract any criticism. Destruction of temples by Muslim rulers and invaders should not be mentioned.’ Dated 28 April, 1989, it [the circular] is issued by the West Bengal Secondary Board. It is in Bengali, and carries the number “Syl/89/1”.
Written in Bengali and designated as true (Shuddo) and false (Ashuddo), some of these deliberate distortions are listed below.
Ashuddo: “Sultan Mahmud used force for widespread murder, loot, destruction and conversion.”
Shuddo: “There was widespread loot and destruction by Mahmud”, i.e. no reference to murder or forcible conversion.
Ashuddo: “The non-believers had to embrace Islam or death”.
Shuddo: All matters on this page to be deleted.
Ashuddo: “He looted valuables worth 2 crore dirham from the Somnath temple and used the Shivling as a step leading to the masjid in Ghazni.”
Shuddo: Delete “and used the Shivling as a step leading to the masjid in Ghazni.”

Clearly these half truths are perpetuated in the name of communal harmony but the truth is a lot more insidious with far reaching and damaging effects. True Hindu Muslim unity and peace cannot be obtained by hiding the truths. Today Germans and Israelis have achieved peace but only after Germany have accepted their culpability in the Holocaust. This brings us to the issue I really want to address. How important is history to us? Do we need to or just deserve to know the unvarnished truth?

It is said that those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. I suppose 1200 years of slavery is proof of that. If we had learned our lesson from the India’s occupation by the Mughals then we may have dealt with the British in a different way. History teaches us what NOT to do. It also tells us what we should be proud of. Patriotism may be the last refuge for many a scoundrel but for the man on the street it is also a panacea for all kinds of society ills. Patriotism teaches us about collective responsibility which can solve many a problem we are facing. Leftists who are afraid of patriotism degrading into jingoism leading us away from free thought are either lying to themselves out of ignorance or to the others for self serving reasons. Citizens of western democracies especially the US are very patriotic people at micro level (strong collective sense of responsibility for their neighborhood and community) and at macro level (the entire nation). And yet those societies are far from regressive and closed in nature.

India as a whole could benefit from learning the unvarnished truth about our nation. If the truth exposes skeletons in the Muslim closet (atrocities against Hindus) or the Hindu closets (sati, dowry, female foeticide, atrocities on lower castes) then so be it. It is high time that all the Indians looked into the mirror and accept their culpability and responsibility. Otherwise we are doomed to live a lie and repeat the mistakes of our forefathers.

I had great hopes from Modi sarkar. The stress of the government should be on the truth and nothing but the truth. They really should stay away from embellishing or demonizing any one. They should tell the truth and let the people be the judge. I can understand not naming the countries involved in Netaji’s disappearance. Although those countries, if confident and mature like Germany then should come clean. What I do not understand the extreme reticence in coming clean on the 1962 debacle with China. Current leaders and future generations need to know what mistakes were made by Nehru or anyone else. Arun Jaitley is in no position to make a judgment on the matter. He is not even an elected person. HE DOES NOT REPRESENT ANYONE! I want to know PM Modi’s word on the subject.

Lies and half truths of the past are like shackles, keeping us from achieving the true freedom of thought. We cannot make informed decisions about the future if we brush the past under the proverbial carpet. I hope that Narendra Modi government would be different from the governments of the past. He needs to trust his voters and should let them decide what to do with history.

Sadda Haq - My Life My Choice is a story about a girl who loves machine, who has a dream of becoming a mechanical engineer but the patriarchal society is restricting her directions. In her way to realize her dream she met an entirely male chauvinist creature, Randhir.
Their journey began with ego clashes, tough challenges, struggle to overpower each other, and what not.
It looked as if Randhir Singh Shekhawat and Sanyukta Agarwal were born to fight, born to challenge each other all the time.
"Earlier they were like this"
But amidst those fights and ego wars, one thing was prominent, i.e., attraction amidst repulsion.
They were like the two shores of a river which never intersect but always walk alongside.

But eventually their equations changed. Probably they themselves are unaware of exactly when they both became indispensable for each other, indispensable to an extent that they need each other even to inhale oxygen, which is very much visible in case of Randhir as you all must have noticed.
Sanyukta may look indifferent towards him sometimes may be due to her family responsibilities and morals, but still He affects her to a great extent, which I and you can not even imagine.

Eventually the seed of friendship is sown in their lives and is being irrigated keenly by not one but both of them. Those random smirks are being replaced by unusual smiles. They are still on with those comments on each other, but this time not as a competitor but as a best friend.

"Changing Equations"
The current track is running around a spiked juice, which was planned by Vidushi to get the secrets of Dream Team out but by confusion Sanyukta and Randhir have that drink. It becomes even more interesting when the duo is all alone fighting, giggling, holding each other, first in the hostel room and then the college lawn. Further tomorrow there'll be much intense scenario prospering amidst the two when Randhir will Confess his love for Sanyukta under the influence of the drink.
But are they going to remember this confession?
If yes, then what would be Sanyukta's answer when her engagement is already fixed with Samir?

But one thing which they are yet to realize is the ever growing love and concern for each other in their hearts. They may call it friendship for now but I am sure they won't be able to restrict or hide the outflow of emotions in their lives.
Because the way he protect her, the way he handle her, the way he looks at her, defines the intensity and strength of their relationship, their changing equations.
Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi is being aired on Colors TV featuring Shakti Arora as Ranveer and Radhika Madaan as Ishaani as the protagonists.

Meri Aashiqui Tum Hi Se is a love story between Ranveer and Ishaani when a change in fate will force Ranveer to play match maker between Ishaani and another guy.

For detailed story line of the story Click here!

Presenting wallpapers of the star cast of the show:

















Our TV shows, the daily soaps used to come out as an inspiration for the viewers many times, like Diya aur Baati Hum that showed the path to the glorious post of an IPS officer, or Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke, in which people are allowing their daughters to play hockey and join fashion designing as a profession and fight against corruption, against blind faith, against every bloody thing. There are many more inspirational TV serials in the list.
But now one more trend has started, a trend to show women in the house as a weak victim to male ego. They are beaten, restricted at homes, used as sex objects in many of these serials. Latest addition to which is "Doli Armaanon Ki" which is aired on Zee TV. If it is done to gain TRPs and if the TRPs are really going up then we are sick. If we enjoy a lady being beaten up then we are really sick.
A still from "Doli Armaano Ki"

Now you all would go on and tell me that you want to witness the fight back of that lady against the evils of our society. I mean seriously?
You want to let the lady being inhumanly beaten up, tortured directly by her husband, so that she could just stand up the other day, go to the police station and then cry her heart out to just prove that her severe condition is due to her husband only and she has not cooked it all herself.
You call it a fightback? Okay fine then.

But why not such kind of a fight back for a man? I have never seen male members of a family going to a police station to demand justice against their wives. Why are we promoting actually this kind of a society?
Okay, you want us, the citizens to learn from it? There are other ways too.

Divert! Look around. World has grown. Show women empowerment and let a girl child learn what all are her rights.

"Sadda Haq"
Ever heard of Sadda Haq - My Life My Choice aired on Channel V? It is a story of a girl named Sanyukta Agarwal, who's grown up in a patriarchal society, her father and brother loves her a lot but do not want to fulfill her dream of becoming a mechanical engineer because "she is a girl". So, she runs away from her house to join her college as a mechanical engineering student where at every step she has to take up an exam, an exam to prove herself in front of the male ego, so-called masculinity of the society. And eventually she transformed a "Male Chauvinist Pig" into a human being, Randhir Singh Shekhawat, now respects her intelligence and good-will.
Now, this is called a fightback.
Think about this issue once!
Stay tuned!

Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi is an Indian television show, which has premiered on 24 June 2014 on Colors TV. The show is an Indian soap opera produced by Ekta Kapoor under the banner Balaji Telefilms. The show stars Shakti Arora and Radhika Madan as the protagonists. The show also marks the comeback of Gauri Pradhan Tejwani (better known as Nandini from Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi) to television after five years.

As the promo suggests, the protagonists Ranveer and Ishaani have grown up with each other, with probably Ranveer's family being serving Ishaani's family. And hence its a bit difficult for two people of entirely different classes to fall for each other and most importantly to tie up with each other any day. This is the reason probably why Ranveer is seen hiding Ishaani his love for her.
As the tagline says, "Uski hai hasrat, jise paane ki nahi haisiyat".

This one-sided love story will taking another turn when being loyal towards Ishaani's family Ranveer will be asked to find a perfect match for her. So, Meri Aashiqui Tum Hi Se is a love story between Ranveer and Ishaani when a change in fate will force Ranveer to play match maker between Ishaani and another guy.

To be a bit critical, the similar kind of plot is seen in "Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se" where Raghu is a servant at Shivani's house, they both eventually got married due to some circumstances and now Raghu is not able to express his love for Shivani as he thinks she is his boss's daughter anyhow and a responsibility to him. It'll be something exciting to discover how this show is going to portray this beautiful love story of Ranveer and Ishaani differently.

For wallpapers of the show Click here!

Stay tuned for more!
If you keep searching for the meaning of life you might not find what you wish for. The meaning of life varies from person to person and it is worthless in setting a pursuit for finding the meaning of life.

What actually should be the purpose of life?

Live the present moment of life, have a foresight but don't worry taking risks. Extend your hands of warmth to people who need, greediness and selfishness might bring you material but they will never fill the incomplete part of you. If you are happy with what you are doing, clear of its consequences and ready to face it, you are living a life.

I don't really believe in god but I don't mind sharing actual religious ideas with friends and family who do. I don't want to hurt their sentiments they have preserved since childhood, I definitely stop them from practicing blind faith but never I dare to make them go nuts over this.

This is what I used to think about life 3-4 years ago, then something happened and at the same time meaning of life also changed for me. In one word Life is Change or Change is Life.

Then again I went through some tragedies back to back in recent past and got my own health, career, actually all of my life got screwed up and kind of surrounded by problems again n again.

Life has been too rough.

Then, I read a few books. Watched some movies etc.,

And came to a conclusion,

We all are just connected by emotions. There is nothing like "made in heaven" or crap.
Brainwash a person.. bhoop.. Emotions gone.. and strangers yet again.. This is my perspective about life. Get least emotionally attached to people, whether it be your blood relative, wife, husband or whatever.

And regarding God for what he has been doing here, My mom being so much God loving, she still says "there must be something good in this".
But now I do not have any positive faith in him. He has been more of a devil to me. And I in fact doubt his existence now.

Simple funda- help others keep smiling. Make others smile. But don't let anyone else become the reason for your smile. Stay balanced in all situations.

Live life the way u want!
Top 10 Inspiring Quotes which will give wings to your dreams.


If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help them build theirs.

Think big, think fast, think ahead. Ideas are no one’s monopoly.
If you’re born poor it’s not your fault but if you die poor it’s your fault.
Our dreams have to be bigger. Our ambitions higher. Our commitment deeper. And our efforts greater.
You do not require an invitation to make profits.
Pursue your goals even in the face of difficulties, and convert adversities into opportunities.

Meeting the deadlines is not good enough, beating the deadlines is my expectation.

We cannot change our rulers, but we can change the way they rule us.
Only when you dream it you can do it.

Challenge negative forces with hope, self-confidence and conviction. I believe that ambition and initiative will ultimately triumph.

Between my past, the present and the future, there is one common factor: Relationship and Trust. This is the foundation of our growth.
If you work with determination and with perfection, success will follow.

True entrepreneurship comes only from risk-taking.
This won't be an exaggeration if I say that the episode of Sadda Haq today was intensely one of its kind in depicting SanDhir Hug and the emotional outburst.

Have you ever seen enemies taking care of each other? Or doing every bit to ease off their enemy's dejected soul?
Never heard, right?

But the two die hard enemies in our very own show Sadda Haq, i.e., Randhir and Sanyukta, would  do every bit to protect and woo each other in spite of the fact that the entire FITE knows about their Tom and Jerry fights.


After the whole lot of Parth's sweet friendship overdose this week's episodes were a treat to all SanDhir fans, specially todays episode. Talking about myself, I actually locked myself in my room exactly at 6:30 pm so that nobody disturbs me for the amazing heart wrenching section of our coconut shell Randhir. Yes, a coconut shell, who is so rude and impossible from outside but delicate and vulnerable from inside as Sanyukta quotes in the previous episode.

I know its impossible to put in words the warmth and overflow of emotions portrayed by them on-screen but here I've tried my best.

The moment Randhir heard from Vidushi about the divorce of his parents he almost lost his senses, and after reading the entire letter he felt like everything, every damn thing was over for him. I thought he would again shout at Sanyukta but no, he was too weak, or should I say too broken to do that. Then I thought Sanyukta will go away listening to the harsh tone of Randhir as always. But no, She was too caring to do so. She followed him to every corner of the college with her loving words and caring gestures. Finally in the lab beside that shelf he could not stand further, Randhir collapsed in front of her lady love, totally broken.

You all must have witnessed how rightfully then Randhir rested his head on Sanyukta's lap as if she's his wife or mother and even Sanyukta could not help but caressing his hair calming him down. and then the sudden movement of Randhir that left Sanyukta bewildered for a moment. He hugged her so tightly as if there was no tomorrow and he wanted every bit of solace that very moment. The moment Sanyukta hugged him back I could see the endless love in her eyes for Randhir. As his sobs grew louder he knew at that moment he had someone to share that agony with and hence he went on. His words, "Sanyukta, yahan koi kisi ka nahi hota", killed something inside not only Sanyukta but all of us. How could we see someone dying and crying whom we love to the utmost extent?



Most importantly, Randhir was in his senses wile he was hugging Sanyukta and demanding solace from her.

Sanyukta's reply was even more unexpected as she said "I am always there for you". And the way he retorted back saying "tum jhooth bol rahi ho, koi kisi ka nahi hota".

They both are unaware of the strong bond that has been developed between their hearts. They are unaware that they love and care for each other so unconditionally.

I won't be lying if I say that I cried for the entire episode looking at Randhir crying. And I can bet that not everybody has this talent to make me cry with the way he acts. But Param Singh (Randhir) made the broken Randhir so real complemented so aptly by Harshita Gaur (Sanyukta) that I could not help it.

Let the love story prosper!
rape in up
Rapes In UP: Should Dalits Convert To Islam For Safety?

President Kennedy in a speech supporting the West Germans said “ Ich bin ein Berliner”. I am going to paraphrase it and say that I am writing this article as a dalit (even though I am not one – my caste is totally irrelevant to my ideas. What is of importance is that I am a Conservative Hindu Indian). I am extremely angry at the rapes and worse of hapless dalit girls in UP. This is not to say that girls of higher castes are spared but the ones belonging to the lower castes are being raped and killed by men of upper caste with a sense of entitlement. It is as if these girls are somehow less than human and thus okay to be treated as such. Like the Nazis treated the Jews or the Pakistanis treated Hindus in East Pakistan. It is this sense of entitlement combined with extreme cruelty which has left me confused and angry.

We on this blog have written a large number of posts on this and related topics. We have analyzed reasons for such heinous acts and our culpability in these crimes as a society. I am not going to go into it today. What I want to do is ask questions from a dalit point of view (an impossible task as I have no idea of the suffering that they go through but will try nevertheless).

Dalits have suffered unspeakable cruelty at the hands of people from upper caste. The incidences have gone down and the methods have become more subtle but the discrimination and the tormenting continues unabated. A cursory read of the Manusmriti is enough to convert any conscientious conservative Hindu into a liberal. For example it says : If he mentions the names and castes of the (twice born) with contumely, an iron nail, ten fingers long, shall be thrust red hot into his mouth. (Manu VIII. 271). No one does the aforementioned anymore but forcing a girl to drink acid comes pretty damned close.

Yet another newly empowered group of Hindus has joined the upper caste Hindus and seem to be outdoing them in cruelty. The OBC Hindus who have recently acquired political power are using it with impunity and cruelty. I have no authority or intention of casting aspersions on the entire OBC community. I would like to acknowledge that some of the tallest Hindu leaders including our respected PM belong to that community. However, OBCs in TN and UP empowered by the gundaraj of DMK and SP respectively have taken it upon themselves to victimize Hindu dalits in the worst possible ways. While DMK is on its way to the political dustbin, the Yadav clans of Western UP are creating the kind of terror that seems impossible without political backing or at the very least a wink and nod arrangement. Hell, the SP chief referred to rapes as mistakes by boys who will be boys. To top it all, the entire lower level police department in UP is filled with incompetent men who have bribed their way in. So I ask you. Do the dalits in UP have a prayer? Some unfortunate dalit’s daughter has been kidnapped. In an interview with the press, the man claims to know who has kidnapped her but he is helpless. His repeated visits and appeals to IG and DIG level officers have yielded nothing.

So how do these orphans of Hinduism protect themselves? They need to get some political leverage. Clearly the status quo is no good. Now what if they convert to Islam? If they do, they suddenly will become the chosen children of the Indian liberals, Congress, SP, BSP, Trinamul Congress, NCP, AIDMK, DMK and various Communist Parties.

So dear reader, do you like my suggestion? I as a dalit am totally helpless and this seems an easy way out. As it is, you have no room for me in your society. You can host Commonwealth games for over 25000 Crores rupees and yet our women have to go out to the fields for toilet purposes. Forget employment, home, education or health, at least keep me alive. Can you do that? You find it difficult to look at the pictures of our daughters raped and hung on a tree because it pains you. Imagine the kind of pain those two girls must have felt. Now I ask you once again - Should I convert to Islam? If not then what are you willing to do for me?

We as voters have failed them. Voting for the SP by a large margin in the last election was a cruel mistake which has since been rectified in the general elections. BJP has been voted in. Rajnath Singh is the new Home Minister. Instead of worrying about losing Internal Security to reorganization, the man should stand up and do something to protect the helpless. Clearly Akhilesh Yadav cannot do anything. Maneka Gandhi who is Cabinet Minister for Women and Child Development (another rare mistake by Narendra Modi) should realize that it will take a lot more than offering platitudes to solve this problem. Feminists and women from the left who normally save their tears for Muslims and anger towards conservative Hindus need to step out and take matters in their hands.

As you can tell by my rants that I am angry and confused. I have been a faithful supporter of Bhai Narendra Modi and will continue to be that (may he win big in 2019 and 2024) but I want to see some concrete action on this matter. If Rajnath Singh is not going to do anything then Bhai Narendra needs to dispatch his man Friday, Amit Shah to UP. Maybe Shah can go to UP and win this battle as well as he did the last one.
storm in delhi
By Chance I was out in the market when this happened around 5 pm. In the matter of few minutes darkness was scattered all around and I marched towards the auto stand to rush towards home as the weather was not looking merciful anyhow. The moment I occupied a seat in the auto rickshaw sky was howling with the dust particles, huge bunch of them, dancing all around ith the fierce wind. Yes, it was a dust storm. My auto rickshaw companions could not even open their eyes to look around when I thankfully was sitting in the opposite corner of the motion of the vehicle and the dust wind was not hitting me coincidentally.

It was like a giant figure dancing in front of u, stopping us to go ahead. As the vehicle moved further it started raining. With no particular direction of the wind the rain stream was falling here and there and sometimes even going horizontally hopping into the auto rickshaw accompanying the whole lot of dust. Trees along roadside were moving so briskly as if they just went insane on the sudden arrival of an unwanted havoc-player.

Moving forward, we could hear the ringing bell kind of sound overhead on the roof of the auto rickshaw continuously. They were those ice-pieces (which delhites would call "olay") falling from the sky. I thought its just too much, I mean, how can we get everything in one go - the dust storm, heavy rain and now falling snow pieces (I avoid calling it as a snowfall because they are just small pieces of ice).

My thoughts were engulfing me strongly. How happy we would be if it was just a heavy rain. but no, it was weird combo of everything.

Just then the vehicle took a hault. I thought something went wrong with it but soon I realised that the driver could not actually make out the way ahead in the darkness, scary wind and heavy rainfall. As we were standing on the road with the engine of the rickshaw off, I could feel continuous jerk that was pushing us forward. As the driver says, "even when the engine is off I had to hit on to the brakes to keep the auto rickshaw still".

We were just waiting for the storm to ease off so that wev do not hit others on our way in that hazy weather. Well, it didn't stop but reduced to some extent and we moved ahead.

The other half of the journey was filled with the consequences of the rain-storm. On the straight road almost 10 tress were tore-fallen on the road blocking it creating massive traffic jam. One of the trees had flattened a brand new car falling forcefully on it. Electric wires were broken down here and there and then I knew there's no hope of power at home too. People were gossiping about it, on eof them said, "We could not stand on our own, the wind was taking us away with it". The other one came up with, "not only people, everything was flying all around. IKt was terrifying".

The next day newspaper was full of the deatiled scary outline of the 1 and a half hours of the havoc. 14 died and we could do just nothing.

For me, it was devilish yes, but an "experience to look back upon!

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