My Take On The Great Ram Debate

The Indian government now says that there is no proof that so called 'mythical' figure Ram existed. Now this is interesting, in the first place who asked the government prove that Ram exists and secondly if they can't prove it, does it mean that it doesn't exist. Since when has almighty started dishing out evidence that it exists or existed & if you are looking for proof by Him, then you are denying faith in Him & trust me, without faith God is nothing, its Cipher.

Has the American government ever been asked to prove that Christ existed (assume Bush saying that Christ is a myth.I am damn sure not only Bush but this entire GOP will be wiped out from the U.S. political landscape forever). Even though U.S. is constitutionally secular, the government is so filled with Christian moorings & Christian cliques that ordinary Indians would be baffled at such blatant interference of religion in matters of the State.)

Now back to India, I may an atheist or antagonist at best, but the government can't be atheist. I believe Ram is everywhere. Its that singular belief, that single thread of reason that is holding this country together.This is not to say that religion is paramount in our county, but the foundations of this county are in deep in Hinduism & Gandhi vision of Ram Rajya. In every day life you speak of him, in every hardship you trust your faith in his hands, we still celebrate Diwali, we even die with the chants of Ram Naam. Ram is a personalization of that utter faith & embodiment of spirit and of that Supreme Being. It is beyond comprehension, its more personal & yet its supernal. I hate this neo-pseudo-secularism, this what should I say, a false belief of so called humble-ness that borders on chivalry towards certain sections. I bet can this government say that Prophet or Christ never existed.

1 comment:

  1. Ahhh .. I was expecting soemthing from you on this topic. Good one man ...

    This is the worst ever comment I've heard from any governing body. Being a representative of a Hindu country, I don't how people DARE to speak like this shit that Ram doesn't exists ... Religion is a faith and it starts where (silly)logic ends (at least it starts after arguements).

    There is no place for such foolish arguements which is based on a very few (stale) data which is entered in any software to get the f**king details ...