Sunday, November 28, 2010

Amazing discovery of Ancient Dwarka under sea near Gujarat

Que pasa !

This video that is shared today from Discovery Science channel came in as Thanksgivings Holiday web-surfing surprise. After watching it, could not help but see this as another link in to chain of events that will eventually validate everything mentioned in Hinduism as solid verifiable facts which so far has been carelessly discarded by West as mere implausible stories !! This chain began several years back when NASA proved existence of "Ram Setu" (or "Adams Bridge" as they call it), an ancient floating bridge built by stones that connects India and Sri Lanka, built by Lord Ram's Vanar-Sena(army of Monkeys) lead by his general Jambvan. Next in the chain was Ram Mandir's existence at ancient Hindu holy city Ayodhya being authenticated by the honorable high-court of Allahabad in one of India's most far-reaching legal battle between her massive population of Hindus and Muslims. That authentication came on the heels of archeological evidence submitted by ASI (Archeological Survey of India) to the honorable Court.

And now ladies and Gentlemen, Discovery science and Mr. Rao proves to us the existence of Lord Krishna's ancient holy city Dwarka, mentioned in many Hindu sacred texts. Sit back and let the two video's buffer completely and Enjoy !

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

For the sons of our soil

As micro observer of national Indian politics Deshdaaz's support for BJP's young gun Mr. Varun Gandhi preludes the media cooked controversy that made him grab national headlines back in 2009. Deshdaaz has followed stunning rise of this new star of emerging India from being denied a Lok Sabha BJP ticket in 2006 from Vidisha (Old news links here) to making maiden visit to our North East India ignored by most senior politicians of both national parties. (Varun Visits NE)

Like everything else, his qualities too are relative. Drawing parallels (or opposites) between two rising Gandhi's will certainly help paint futuristic picture of Indian politics in the times to come. Differences between the two Gandhi scions are absolutely unmistakable.

While Varun has supported clean politics,free from personal politics,( Varun supports clean politics) the other is knee deep into cashing on it by saying his name is everything!

While one is grabbing headlines for his possible next girlfriend ( Rahul's Next Girl? ), the other is quietly going to marry a woman approved by his family.( Varun's engagement )

While one is busy amassing popular votes with cheap tricks such as spending a night with the poor (Rahul Gandhi Spends a night with Dalits ), another is quietly landing a helping hand to the needy ( Development work in Pilibhit ), which only reminds me of a popular quote below.

"If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach him how to fish you feed him for life"

Will conclude with the following video that would aptly justify the title of this post.