NEHRU VS MODI

Nehru doctrine vs Modi doctrine

By DR. SHASTRA DUTTA PANT FOR THE ROAMING POST

Oriental civilization survives mainly on Vaidic civilization. It is so much positive that it could survive millions of years without any hurdle. Swami Ramdev is against the multinational companies, based on the principles of the colonialism and materialistic capitalism. Mr. Balkrishna is to revive the Dhanwantarism while Ramdev to Patanjalism. Both of them are in favor of the prime minister Mr. Modi in case of reviving the oriental civilization, at least to the stage of just before Macaulian influence. There is immense chance of public support for which the people voted him and gathered worldwide in favor of Ramdev and Balkrishna. Genuinely it is to begin to disentangle India from the economic mess owed to the misdeeds of the previous regime. They will no doubt encounter immense resistance from the Macaulay’s bete intellectuals who staunchly oppose any hint of free enterprise. However, analyzing the cases of the various types of communist’s rule of Nepal they are neither in favor of nationalizing enterprises/institutions nor jobs and livelihood of the poor people. So is Indian Naksalists/radicalist not much different than the Chambal Valley dacoits/rapist inside the bus. By hard laws, and by hard rules can never be eliminated such heinous crimes. They can be eliminated just by two things, one by introducing the orient moral education believing on rebirth and heaven/hell. Second, is the reform of the economic system by means of mixed economic i.e. Vedic socialism.

The realized fact is that the Nehru’s India doctrine is British like, or western influenced ones. Nehru’s family as the king of India ruled for four generations. They brought India back by decades by inflicting their communism-tinged policy prescriptions. India is survived with the western economic experiments. These experiments are against the Gandhian principles of socialism. Gandhi was to adopt the Vedic socialism under the oriental civilization and culture.

Nehru’s centralized planning model was a clear indicator that he despised any decentralization of power. Gram Panchat by name is the only word survived, in the name of Vaidic socialism /Gandhianism.  The babus’ wasteful central planning gave way to an even more destructive regime not by devolution but by deconcentrative way, the allure of rent-seeking in the form of bribes. These policies damaged the very core of the Indian entrepreneurial spirit. Unemployment soared and production plummeted low-growth led to a situation where the distribution of income was widening rather than narrowing. Rich are richer and poor are poolers. Vaidic socialism protects every citizen being poor, unaware and unemployed.  Nepal’s politics, economics, social and Dharma is directed by the Nehruvian doctrine.  Nepal could protect Hinduism, a part of Dharma that also was wiped out by the flood of 2062/63 that arose from India.

This is the right time to turn into basic oriental system by starting from the education system, the system which generates to produce the moral man, a compassionate man, a dutiful social man that believes on Karma yoga, a temptation free man away from extreme materialism. As Modi said Nepal is the epicenter of the Vaidic Dharma, has to positively start from here. Peace has now been the urgent need to the westerners to be free from the epidemic terrorism. India should take a lead positively and whole heartedly than to engage in the Limpuwadhura trade route or birthplace of Gautam Buddha issues.

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