Hari Om! Welcome back to the voyage inward. 🙂 Hope all of you are doing well and had a great Navaratri! We had an amazing one, despite the pandemic. 😀
I am back here after two weeks, hope you like the blog that follows! Do Read, Like and Cherish a Dream With Me. 🙂
Since centuries India had been suppressed and subjected to great atrocities. Yet this country withstood all of it and rose above to become the vibrant democracy she is today.
Yes, we have multiple problems even today. And we are tackling them, many we still need to tackle effectively. But one of the greatest battles that India has fought and continues to fight is the one against her very foundation – her eternal cultural and spiritual knowledge tradition of Sanatana Dharma.
We don’t need to look outside – we have masked heartless enemies within the nation itself who threaten everything we hold dear!
Through the last few decades their attacks were not as visible as it is today. Today many Indians see through their propaganda, their “liberal” ideologies.
As India awakens to newer horizons – this Vijayadashami let each of us pledge to protect, serve and love our loving motherland – She who is an amalgamation of the Powers of Durga (Destroyer of Injustice), Lakshmi (The Custodian of Great Virtues and Material Prosperity) and Saraswati (The Bestower of Supreme Spiritual Knowledge).
Here’s a poem I had penned when my heart felt like bursting with the amount of emotions inside it.
My country is crying, Choked by those who walk as her saviours. Listen, pay heed! Awake, Arise! She is calling out to us, Her beloved children, To be warriors of her Light! Save my country, she is crying, From those arrogant lobbying fools, Who with the power of blue ticks seek to break her into pieces, And destroy her immortal timeless legacy! Save my country, she is crying,From those "journalists" Who claim to be her 4th pillar, But have sold their souls at the altar of greed, For they celebrate deaths of her brave children, And encourage burning riots, Just for mere money and TRPs! Save my country, she is crying, From all those heartless politicians, Who use crime and violence as vote cards, Who consider people as statistics, Who care nothing about the nation, Who drown under the weight of their own inhuman egos! Save my country, she is crying, From the mud-slinging on her foundations, From being buried under falsely "liberal" narratives, From agendas that undermine her greatness, From the dungeons of selfishness and power play! Save my country, she is bleeding, Demons masquerade as her protectors, Wanting to destroy all that is left of her, Wanting to stop all those who seek to re-build her! Look, she is glancing at us,Her eyes shine with renewed hope, For she knows this immutable truth, Until even one of us who loves her lives, She will be saved, she will be healed. Let us her children become, The Warriors of her Eternal Tradition, Born on this sacred land of Dharma, Let us now live up to our grand legacy! Let our vision be so high,Our intent so pure and wise, Our actions so selfless and loving, Our voices so confident and strong, That the cabals fade into oblivion. Let us come to re-discover our roots, Let us nourish them once again with care, Let us take such pride, That our country shines brighter, And the demons are destroyed in their own games! My beloved India I promise, Until the last of us who loves you lives, The truth will never perish, Your legacy will never die.
This Dussehra, Let us pledge to gain victory against every internal and external enemy, and become children that our Mother Bharat will be proud of!
That will be the True Vijayadashami – for when the country shines, we shine. When we rise, India will rise!
I Leave You with two YouTube Channel recommendations :
- Virtual Bharat – For Amazing Short Films on Untold Stories from across the country – https://www.youtube.com/c/virtualbharat/videos
2. Sangam Talks – For Authentic Information on Indian History, Achievements, Wisdom, Contemporary Narratives and More – https://www.youtube.com/c/SangamTalks/videos
See You Next Sunday,
Love and Om,