Saturday, December 20, 2008

23. Coup On India By Creating Paradoxes

In Indian philosophy as well as in Western philosophy, there is a concept, ‘Paradox’.

In philosophy, paradox means a pair of mutual opposite things or issues.

In India, grand fathers used to ask their grandchildren to answer their questions such as “In this world creation, is the egg first or bird? Is seed first born or tree?”

From egg, bird will born. But from bird, egg will born. Similarly from seeds, plants and trees will born. From plants and trees, seeds will born. Then which is earlier born either egg or bird? Similarly, which is earlier born either seed or tree?

The biochemists can explain this as “As per Darwin’s theory of evolution, all living beings are formed by gradual evolution from one race or spice to another. The primary living beings are monocellular like Ameba etc. Hence birds or eggs are evaluated from another form of living beings such as fish, frogs and then birds.”

The devotees or believers of God can explain this as “God had created this entire world. He might create either eggs or birds.”

In philosophy, some famous paradoxes are there. Suppose an arrow is released from a bow. Is the arrow moving or not?

If you say, “The arrow is moving. It is at the bow in the beginning. After release, it reached the target. So it is moving.” The questioner will say, “No, it is not moving. Whenever you watch it, its shape doesn’t change. The distance between its tail and head is not changed. So it is not moving.”
If you say that, the arrow is not moving, by showing the same reason. The questioner will say that the arrow is moving by saying the first argument. Then which is correct? Is the arrow moving or not? If you say that the arrow is moving and not moving by the same time, the questioner won’t accept your argument. He will say, “How an object can be moving and not moving? Moving and not moving are mutually contradictive. If one object is moving then it should not be ‘not moving’. Or else if one object is not moving then it should not be ‘moving’.”

What is the answer to this paradox?

The answer is ‘limits’. By comparing the limits, this paradox can be solved. The arrow is released from a bow. When its position is compared to that of bow, the arrow is ‘moving’ by reaching the target. When its position is compared within the positions of its tail and head, the arrow is ‘not moving’ at any time. The arrow is ‘moving’ within the external limits i.e. with respective to the surroundings. The arrow is ‘not moving’ within the internal limits i.e. with respective to its own shape.

Indian philosophy tells us to know everything with respective to the concern limits. For example, in Western philosophy, there is a paradox of ‘race between Rabbit and Tortoise’. We know the famous children story of running race of Tortoise and Rabbit. With over confidence and ego, the rabbit sleeps under the shade of a tree in the mid of race. Slow and steadily, the tortoise wins the race. This story preaches the children the moral of nonstop and steady working will win the task.

In the paradox of race between the rabbit and tortoise, the philosophers argue that the rabbit never wins the tortoise. Rather the tortoise never wins the rabbit. Suppose the rabbit and tortoise start the race. When the rabbit ran for some distance. The tortoise also ran for some distance. If rabbit covers some more distance, by that time, the tortoise also covers some more distance. There is same case until the end of the race. So the rabbit never wins the tortoise.
Here they considered only displacement. Both the rabbit and tortoise will cover certain displacements. But what about the time limits? When both the rabbit and tortoise cover the same displacement, if rabbit completes it within short time relative to that of tortoise, then why don’t the rabbit win the race? Same case with tortoise.

To compare their abilities, we have to consider the limits of displacement and time. If we consider only one limit, then it will become as paradox.

That’s why we will take velocity as the parameter to decide the winning of rabbit and tortoise. Similarly, to consider the impulse of any object, we will take the limits of force and time, so that the parameter to decide the impulse is I = F x t. Similarly, to consider the impact or momentum of a moving body, we will take the limits of mass and velocity, so that the parameter to decide the impact or momentum of a moving body is M = m x v. To consider the capacity, we will take the limits of work and time, so that power or capacity is work done per second.

Otherwise, if a person, A, completes a work within 10 hours, and if another person, B, completes the same work within 5 hours, who is capable, A or B? Can we say both are equaled capable because they done equal amount of work?

If the limit of work only take into consideration and the limit of time is neglected, then issue will become as controversial. So it will be created as a paradox in the society. With illogic argument of considering, certain limits and omitting some other limits, the coup makers and their supporters are creating paradoxes in India in all possible fields. They created a new name to the creation of paradoxes by lifting the limits of issues as ‘Redtapisam’.

Some of the paradoxes created by the coup makers and their supporters are – The failure of co-operative societies in villages, as I discussed under the caption COUP ON INDIAN BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL FIELD. It is proved or solved by the Dwakra societies. There is same case with RTC vs. Auto and other conveyance development, BSNL vs. Private cell companies’ competition. There is same case with the paradox of తీస్తున్నారు - చూస్తున్నాము, చూస్తున్నారు - తీస్తున్నాం in movies. That means, because the producers are producing vulgar movies, so people are watching vs., because people are watching the vulgar movies, so producers are producing. This paradox is proved or solved with the availability of CD players to public up to the poor for cheap price. Now the need of success made the cine people to invent new stories, other than formula stories. Thus the proverb ‘the necessity is the mother of invention’ is proved.

Such that, by lifting the limits, the coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, Ramoji Rao and their supporters like other media, politicians and Corporate Companies had created paradoxes, destroyed the meanings of concepts like Idealism and Materialism, unity and patriotism, bondage and selfishness etc.

I try my level best to explain the coup on India in this angle.

Successfully and strategically, the coup makers had operated the definitions of Idealism and Materialism. They created as Idealism means lack of skills in living, by name morals. By the way people reached to comment as “పాపం మంచోడు !“About an idealist, this means “Pity! He is good.” In fact, in ancient India people used to comment as “బాబోయ్ మంచోడు! “Which means, “Don’t go to harm him. Beware that he is good”. People used to think as “If we trouble good people, the curse of good man will be fulfilled. God will punish us if we hurt good man. We will face lack of rains or cyclones, floods or droughts etc natural disasters. Don’t trouble good man.”

As well, the coup makers and their supporters had created an opinion about Materialism. According to it, Materialism means non-sentimental, only business minded, in one sentence, Materialism means earning money by leaving all morals. In fact, such is not Materialism. It is utterly Corporatism. Materialism and Idealism is a pair of paradoxes. Both are in limits. Just like day and night, light and dark, heat and cold, Materialism and Idealism also pair of paradoxes. Every pair must be within the limits.

In nature, if there is excess of rain, we face difficulty. If there is lack of rain also, we face difficulty. The rain must be within limits. Then our lives, environment, agriculture and business, everything will be nice.

In life, to lead comfortable life, we need money. But only money cannot give comfortableity in life. Along with money, we need leisure time to enjoy life, company to share our feelings, material to experience, food to eat, health to function in life.

The coup makers and their supporters had demolished the limits in bondages, sentiments and selfishness. To demolish this, they selected everlasting melodrama in sentimental movies. By such movies, the relationships of brother& sisters, wife and husband, the master and his servant were extended up to prolonging hammering. Many movies and novels are example for this, like Rakta Sambhandham, Atma Bandhuvu, and ANR’s [a film actor in Telugu] in-numerable family melodramas. Actors may change, but strategy is same all over the world.

[Hand mark-63’] I’ll give clear narration in this connection. Optimism and pessimism is a pair of paradox. If a glass with water is shown to an optimist, he will notice the part of glass filled with water. If the same is shown to a pessimist, he will notice the empty part. As per elder’s words, an optimist will notice an opportunity in every difficulty. A pessimist will notice a difficulty in every opportunity. The limits in optimism and pessimism are very clear in vision. The pessimist will call an optimist as impractical. An optimist will call a pessimist as lazy. In same manner, the optimistic thinking and the impractical imagination or daydreaming is pair of paradox.
If a person does any work with optimistic thinking, such quality is most progressive, advantageous and positive. But, if a person does not any work by dreaming about result, such quality is most negative, disadvantageous and lazy.

How the coup makers and their supporters encouraged the nature of day dreaming with laziness by putting the name optimistic approach or thinking in public was through movies and novels.

For example, I refer you a Telugu movie ‘Bhale Rangadu’ of 1970’s. Mr. Akkineni Nageswara Rao, the then famous hero acted in it. Vanishree, the then raising heroine acted in it. In the story of that movie, a poor young man by name Ranga was there. He was the hero of the film. He was orphan. His aunt was governing him. He had a niece. His aunt wanted Range to marry her daughter i.e. his niece. But, he believed that he would not marry his niece and he would get 20 lakhs Rs of wealth according to the prediction of a Soothsayer. Ranga belonged to the village of fishermen. Every villager used to laugh at him. They considered him as useless fellow. But Ranga was engaged in daydreaming by laying down under the shade of trees and boats at sea shore. He didn’t care the opinion of villagers. One day, a beautiful, rich and unmarried young woman came there to a guesthouse. She had lost parents in her childhood. She had huge assets. According to the will of her parents, her aunts, uncles were taking care of her. But they were waiting to kill or hurt her, to steal her wealth. Some of them were trying to settle her marriage with their sons. Nobody was thinking about her. No well-wisher was there for her. Accidently Ranga had met her and helped her. She had turn close to him. In spite of un-education, in-experience in accountancy and business, he could save her from all of the problems. Finally, she married him. Like that his daydreams to become wealthy came to true.

Similarly, another story of a novel written by the then famous novelist, Smt. Yuddanapudi Sulochana Rani by name Girija Kalyanam is another example. As her trademark, the heroine of the novel Girija, a poor beautiful and self-respected girl had physically handicapped younger brother. Accidentally she met a rich old man who had a ferocious, irresponsible and handsome grandson. This young man would not hear his grandfather regarding business and marriage. The grandfather impressed with the good qualities of Girija, who was serving him like his own person in spite of housekeeping jobholder there. By force, this grandfather had performed the marriage of Girija with his grandson, written a will and passed away. Later how Girija managed all the things in life including the business, house issue, husband’s behavior, etc. were described in very interesting and in a prolonged way.

In both the stories of “Bhale Rangadu” and “Girija Kalyanam”, the accidental or surprising relations of poor young girl or young man with rich family was quite lucky like a lottery prize or jack pot. Such types of stories were flooded over the then youth. This made number of young generation irrespective of gender to become lazy by daydreaming about marriage happening with rich persons. This provocated so many young men and women to approach the rich opposite sex people on the name of business or job deal but later to settle with them by creating marital relation. If not possible to get marry, some of them didn’t mind to create extra marital affairs.

By the way, male and female Sonia Gandhi’s, Lakshmi Parvathi’s and Mayavathi’s who wished to come up in life to higher positions by marring or by keeping extra marital affairs with persons in high positions were increased in society.

Any way this type of social stories in movies and novels lead the people to immoral, impractical, laziness, daydreaming, desire full to access luck, not willingful to work hard etc attitudes.

In fact, so many paradoxes like happy and sorrow, ego and obedience, respects and degrade, hot and cool, anger and peacefulness, irritation and patience, etc are referred in Indian philosophy, epics and Sri Bhagavad Geetha. In Bhagavad Geetha, God Sri Krishna says to us “A shithapragna should not be with any paradox. We have to balance all of our emotions. If any emotion or any Gunam i.e. nature is exploring at any moment in us, we have to watch ourselves as a witness. We have to consider others like us. We have to observe God in all living beings. Whoever over crossed the paradoxes, they can become as Yogi.”

Like that, Indian culture preaches people to overcome the paradoxes. In vice versa, the main target of the coup makers and their supporters is to create paradoxes. Their pet name to this is ‘redtapisam’.

Indian culture, Indian epics will support people to overcome or solve paradoxes in life by guiding them, which is right and what is result by adopting paradoxes. In vice versa the coup makers and coup supporters confuse public with paradoxes to protect their robbery by name Corporatism.

From Indian epics, king Dasaratha’s and Dhrutharashtra’s affection towards their sons is a pair of Paradox. Dasaradha got ready to lose life and to leave his son but he didn’t allow himself or his son, Sri Rama to become in-truthful or immoral. Dhrutharashtra’s love towards his son is contradictive to this. He didn’t hear the words of elders to leave his son, Duryodhana though he was immoral.

In Ramayanam, the behavior of Kaika Devi and Sumithra Devi is a pair of paradox. Kaika desired to send her stepson to forest for the sake of luxury of her own son, Bharatha. Sumithra Devi decided to send her own son to forest, for the sake of service of her stepson, Sri Rama.

In Mahabharatham, the friendships of Drona vs. Drupada and Kuchela vs. Sri Krishna are a pair of paradox. Drona and Drupada were co-students in Gurukulam. Drupada promised to treat well his friend Drona in future. But after becoming king, Drupada insulted poor Drona with his ego. Kuchela and Sri Krishna were co-students in the Gurukulam of Sandeepani Maharishi. After constructing the Dwaraka puri, Kuchela, being poor visited Sri Krishna. Sri Krishna well treated him and rewarded him with wealth. Like that both the issues had expressed mutually exposed the human psychology angles. Drupada had exposed his ego towards his childhood friend Drona. Sri Krishna had exposed his friendly and loving nature towards his childhood friend Kuchela. Drupada received lifelong agony by that issue. Sri Krishna received God worship from all people at all times. So that, this paradox guide us how to behave with friends.

As I discussed the coup on epics ' under the same caption, about Sita Rama, Satyabhama Krishna and Drowpathi Pandavas, the paradox of ‘who is great between wife and husband’ was solved.

In Mahabharatham, Selya Saradhyam i.e. chariot drive and Krishna Saradhyam is a pair of paradox. In fetching the help of Sri Krishna, Duryodhana was greedy towards the army force of Yadavas. Arjuna had preferred the moral support of Sri Krishna to the defense force of Yadavas. Sri Krishna’s chariot drive to Arjuna won the battle of Kurukshethram for Pandavas.

The vice versa story is about Selya, who had driven the chariot of Karna on whom Duryodhana kept his hopes to win the battle and to defeat Arjuna. Selya was the uncle of Nakula and Sahadeva of Pandavas. When he started to reach battlefield, Duryodhana arranged lodging and boarding facilities to Selya and his army throughout his way. He impressed by those arrangements. He thought that Pandavas might arrange it. He said, “Whoever provided these facilities, they deserve my help in the war.” Immediately Duryodhana declared himself, as he was responsible for the arrangement of lodging and boarding to him and to his army. As per his commitment, Selya joined to the side of Kowravas. But his intuition was against the win of Kauravas. When he was driving Karna’s Chariot while he was fighting with Arjuna, Selya discouraged Karna. Selya degraded Karna. He spoilt the inspiration and motivation to win. He always criticized Karna. He commented on him, irritated him and didn’t co-operated him. The ultimate result was defeat of Karna.

Thus, the paradox of psychological and physical involvement in work is exposed.

Regarding paradoxes, Prahlada story is great example in Indian epics. Hiranya Kasyapa asked a boon to God Brahma Deva as, “I should not meet the death by any of the human beings, demons, deities and animals. I should not meet the death by any weapons or tools. I should not meet the death by the time of day or night. I should not meet the death inside the house or outside the house. I should not meet the death on the earth or in the sky.”

Because of this, Maha Vishnu had taken a form of Narasimha Avathar with lion head and human body. He killed Hiranya Kashapa with his paws and nails not used any weapon or tools. Narashimha killed Hiranya Kashyapa on the doorstep of palace, not inside or outside. He killed the demon in the evening not by the time of day or night. He killed the demon by keeping him on his lap not on the earth or in the sky.

Such that all the paradoxes were solved. Another paradox in the same story is regarding the death of Hiranya Kashyapa and Prahlada. Hiranya Kashyapa wanted to avoid the death but ultimately met the death, and lead impeaceful life in the agony of God. Prahlada, the son of Hiranya Kashyapa wanted to lead devotional life, never mind to meet the death. He considered the death as natural phenomenon. He said that every living being, which had taken birth, naturally it has to meet the death. The ultimate goal of life is to reach God. He didn’t fear to death. But the death didn’t reach him. Hiranya Kashyapa feared to death and he met it.

Thus the approach of life, attitude to face life, and the behaviors of Hiranya Kashyapa and Prahlada were mutually opposite, thus it is a paradox exposed in epics of India.

In this context, I want to explain a paradoxical behavior and propaganda of coup makers and their supporters like media.

When any adventurous man climbed up the Mount Everest, in Himalayas, the media used to cover the news item as “Cold winds! White snow up to the end of our vision in every direction. Nobody knows where depth or dig is. No oxygen. In such situation, so and so trickery men had achieved the victory on nature. They reached the top of Everest. With pride, they fixed their national flag there.”

Off course, everything is true. But some coolies, called as ‘Sherpas’ used to guide them, support them and help them by carrying their luggage and needful things. These Sherpas used to climb up the Everest for several times. Then the coolies i.e. Sherpas climbing up the Mount is not adventurous?

When a rich or some other person climbed up the Mount Everest for the sake of record
or popularity or as a hobby, it is considering by media as an adventurous activity. The same adventurous activity or the same event when the poor Sherpas done repeatedly, the media won’t refer them even. How dialectic presentation of media is? The same work if a person does for the sake of hobby or record, how it is great, the same work if a person does for the sake of life food, how it is normal?

Suppose, the civil contractors working in roads and projects construction. The concern engineers and officers defend themselves regarding corruption as “The civil contractors are earning huge amounts by doing in-quality work in the construction of roads and projects. So that, they are offering corruption to us as well as to politicians.”

The civil contractors defend themselves regarding the same as “The concern engineers, officers and politicians trouble us by claiming our works as in-quality to draw corruption from us. To meet such expenditure of corruption, un-alternatively we have to decrease the quality in the construction of roads and projects.”

Such that this became like a paradox in philosophy as “Is the egg first born or bird? Is the seed came from tree first or tree came from the seed first?”
In philosophy, it is called as paradox. In the administration of Govt., it is called as redtapisam. Gradually, the coup makers and their supporters had expanded this redtapisam from top to bottom, in all angles and in every aspect in administration.

For example, you observe the issue of usage of polythene covers. The polythene covers are harmful to environment and animals. The polythene covers are polluting the earth. The Govt. had banned the usage of polythene covers on paper. They didn’t banned the manufacturing of polythene covers. Because the polypropylene, polythene producers are Corporate Companies. If Govt. ban the manufacturing of polythene covers, it will be damagive to the polythene producers i.e. Corporate Companies. That’s why instead of the ban of manufacturing of polythene covers, the Govt. had banned they usage of polythene covers by public. Their argument is “If people stop to use the polythene covers, then the companies won’t manufacture them, so that earth and environment won’t get pollute.” Unless there is non-availability by banning of the manufacturing, how people and vendors of fruits, vegetables etc will stop the usage of polythene covers? This is a paradox or redtapisam of Govt. The Corporate Companies don’t like to lose of their profits. The public don’t like to lose of their facility and comfortableity. The Government and politicians don’t like to lose their career by objecting the Corporate Companies. Thus, the cycle or circle completed.

There is same case with the Govt. policy of liquor and cigarettes. The Govt. says, “By banning the liquor in state, people won’t stop drinking it. Then cheap liquor and unauthorized liquor usage will increase. It will damage the health and wealth of public more”. That’s why Govt. itself is selling liquor by belt shops. More over the excise dept. with Govt. salary raid on Sara batties i.e. unauthorized liquor producing units to protect the Corporate liquor manufacturing Companies. The over leaf reason is public health. If the Govt. is really careful to the public health, why don’t it control the immoral business with duplicate medicines and drugs? If the Govt. is sincere towards public health, why it is fixing sales targets to Excise Dept.?

There is same case with cigarettes. By printing, a slogan as “Smoking injures the health” the duty and responsibility of the Govt. is over. Might be the argument of Govt. is “If we prohibit the manufacturing of cigarettes, people go to beedies or cigars by using raw tobacco leaves. It is more injures to health. The Corporate cigarettes manufacturing companies will filter the Nicotine. That’s why precautionary statement on cigarettes is best policy”. By the way, Govt. is accepting its failure to control people as well to motivate people.

Another fresh example I give you for your ready reference. Recently some of the Marathas raised up a controversial as “Drive out UP people and other state fellows who are doing business, jobs and other careers at Maharashtra, especially at Mumbai. They are not doing any development for Mumbai or Maharashtra. With their earnings, they are creating assets at their home states. That’s why drive them out.”

Their paradoxical argument is – “With the above argument, when our freedom fighters fought against British, we are calling it as patriotism towards our country India. Then why not this is the patriotism towards the state?”

Is it correct? We formed a country India with many states, as the federal organization. Totally, the national services are there like defense, banking, railway etc, to protect and to distribute the development all over the country. Like people of UP and of other states, who are earning at Maharashtra and Mumbai and creating assets at their home states, Marathas also earning money at other states and creating assets at Maharashtra. Then if the same controversial spreads to all states, what about the unity of country?

Before independence, the British didn’t allow any other people of any other country to earn at England and to create assets at their mother countries. Always British had done robbery of wealth in all countries including India.

Then, behind this paradoxical controversial, is not the coup there?
Here, I want to refer a story from Sri Rama Krishna Paramahamsa Bhodhamrutham.

One day, at Vykuntam, Sri Maha Vishnu started to move from Vyakuntam with hurry. Goddess Lakshmi Devi asked him the reason. He said, “Devi! On the earth, a washer man is beating a Brahmin who is my divotee. The Brahmin is chanting my name ‘Narayana! Narayana!’ and praying me to save. I have to go immediately to save him.”

Next moment, he returned to Sesha Thalpam. Goddess Lakshmi Devi asked him the reason. He said, “Devi! My devotee also became as washer man.”

The coup makers and their supporters might argue as “When God delayed such by conversing with his wife, Goddess Lakshmi Devi, what can the devotee does except defending himself? Is it right to pray God without protecting himself and without beating the washer man in return?”

In fact, if the devotee could not wait until God help him, then how he is eligible to fetch the kindness of God. That to washer man is beating him and scolding him. The devotee had belief on God. By praying God, he defended himself, like Bapuji’s non-violence fight against British in the freedom fight. Otherwise, he can fight with washer man in appropriate way like complaining on him to the Govt. authorities and in court. The washer man had done mistake by beating the devotee. Then what is the difference of devotee from washer man if the devotee does the same? When we have no belief on God, then why should God save us? And how God save us?

Suppose, somebody cheated us, or done treachery to us. We have to defend ourselves. We have to make them to have punishment in appropriate way. By thinking ‘tit for tat’, if we do same cheating or treachery to them, then what is the difference in between that man and us? If he is bad, then we also bad. If he is 420, then we are also 420. May he cheat us us first and snatched something from us. May we regain our loss by doing the same on him. But bad is bad only. That’s the entire story and its paradoxical approach.

Actually, to solve the paradox or to overcome the paradox, knowledge and the logic sense only can help us. Knowledge means, itself is God, as per Bhagavad Geetha. As well to overcome paradox, God only can make us to overcome as per Bhagavad Geetha. Only we can do is to effort to overcome the paradoxes. Because the paradox means is the so-called ‘Maya’ i.e. hallucination as per the description in Indian epics.

In Indian history, in the 11th century, Jagadguru Adi Sankaracharya restored Hindu culture and Hinduism. He proposed Adwaitham. He used to preach his disciples as “This universe is Maya i.e. hallucination. When we are sleeping, we can dream. In that dreams, we can experience taste, vision, hear, touch, etc senses. But whenever we woke up, we could notice that the dream is not true, it is dream only. Just like that, after the completion of this life, we can know that this is all dream, this world is Maya or Midhya. There is only one existence in real, which is Bhrahmam only”. Midhya means hallucination.

One day an elephant was running on the road. It came on to the way of Sankaracharya. He ran away in order to escape from the elephant. After this incident, one of his followers asked him sarcastically as “Acharya! When this universe, these lives are Midhya, why you have run to escape from the elephant?”

He said, “My dear disciple! Gajam Midhya, Palayanam Midhya”. That means, “The elephant is hallucination. My run is also hallucination. That’s all.”

So that he explained us “By saying this Universe is Midhya i.e. hallucination, means don’t run after this hallucination. It doesn’t mean to stop working.”

Such that only way to overcome or to solve the paradox is knowledge only.
Let us hope all the people in India, as well as people all over the world to acquire relevant knowledge to overcome and to solve the paradox or redtapisam created by coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, Ramoji Rao and their supporters like media, Corporate Companies and Governments in states and Countries all over the world.

There is news that one of the youth channel of sensational program on the name of Nude day celebrations. The BBC had invited the youth to participate in it. They are going to organize a nude office with employees with nudeness. They want to deep study many points such as – 1.what is the people attitude towards the nudeness? 2. in which manner, the specialty of the body will expose in nudeness? 3. With the background of wearing dress during all the time, whether the specified dress course had represented that specialty or hidden? 4. in the state of nudeness like a newborn baby will be any doubts and objections in mind or not?
5. Otherwise, can people feel comfortable by being nude?

For them, Friday is the last day in a week. They will declare a Friday as naked Friday at the end of this program. They will celebrate it as complete dress less i.e. nude day. The organizer and designer of this program, Mr. Chriss Smith belongs to the Cambridge University. He is saying that this program is not as usual one. He is saying that they are going to celebrate this program in such a grand way that all the participants will experience it as an excited one and an inspirative memory.

The source of this news is the Editorial, Enadu Telugu daily dt. 18-05-08.

Is it necessary to celebrate such programs? Is not enough the level up to which the moral values in society and people in society had ruined? By now itself, the children of aged 10 and 11 years are thinking of love, sex and running from parents and houses. Recently there was news about an Argentina girl who had given birth to 7 children at the age of 17 years. When her parents wanted to get birth control operation to her, their rules and acts won’t allow them to do such for a minor girl. No Govt. act can prevent her to become as mother, but Govt. act can prevent her to get operation to do not give birth to children without marriage. At the age of 14 years, she became as mother. On the other hand, in British schools the condoms and anti conceiving pills are distributing among schoolchildren. The British Govt. statistics are declaring that the number of abortions in schoolgirls got increased. In fact, at the age of 14 years, what should the children know except games, songs, stories and studies? Is not the media contribution to make children to become excited and enthusiastic towards sex? Is it not enough to conduct celebrations of nude days?

A paradoxical statement is – To study the mental states being nude i.e. how people feel when they are undressed like a newborn baby.

By removing entire dress, people can become like a newborn baby physically. Can they become like a newborn baby psychologically? A newborn baby doesn’t know TV shows, anything about cheating, lies, crazes and Pseudo values. The newborn baby does not know any language except crying and smiling. The newborn baby knows only divine language of mother’s love.

To go to such states after grown up, the only way knows the divine language of God’s love. Such divine language of God’s love leads us to the extreme joy. Such divine language of God’s love leads us to serve poor and needy. Such divine language of God’s love leads us to live like human beings with humanity. Such divine language of God’s love leads us to love all and to do well to all. Such divine language of God’s love leads us to acquire knowledge and to do work with sincerity. Such divine language of God’s love drives out us from cheating others, from harming others.

By leaving all this, only by celebrating the nude days, what is the motive or intuition of the international media like BBC? That to the newborn babies, and the babies up to 1 to 3 years do not know any negatives so that their body touch also have the divine touch. Their skin has the delicate nature. Their bodies have a natural odor. Their bodies are cute and small in magnitude. By watching our little kids in nudeness we feel divine love and beauty. We enjoy their innocence and shamelessness being nude. We enjoy the smoothness and softness of their nude bodies.

Will the grown up nude bodies be like that? Won’t we feel hatred to watch a grown up human nude body with hair at armpits and pubic hair on male and female secret organs? Though the nude men and women apply any Corporate Companies hair remover, is it pleasant sight to see nudeness in public? All the animals in this world are nude. What is the difference of animals and human beings now? Even wife and husband, could not watch the others nude body except at the bedtime in that mood of sex. We heard and read about the ban of Tom and Jerry in early days of that cartoon because the cat and rat are nude i.e. without dress. Look, in which manner, the western world also had travelled from such heights to such depths like Indian culture? That’s why I said the coup of CIA, ISI, and British are same all over the world at all time. what is the paradox, the coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, British, Ramoji Rao and their supporters created do you know? Whenever anybody questions about the vulgarity in modern dress on the name of fashion, immediately they refer about the nude sculptures on Hindu temples and songs of Annamayya, Jayadeva, and Kshatrayya etc poets who sang about the divine love of Gods and Goddesses. They also refer about the literature of ‘Madhura Bhakti’ of Sri Krishna and Radha Devi or of Sri Krishna and Gopikas or Rasaleela in Brindavanam. They argue as “When it is correct if the nude idols and sexy idols are in Hindu temples, then how it is wrong if the same are on movies and media?”

In fact, the Hindu temples are educational centers and cultural centers also in ancient times. The intuition of sex and nude idols on the pillars and walls of Hindus temples are to educate people, about the sex as the part in life. But not to lead them towards the lust. If the intuition of Hindu temples with nude idols is to provoke people towards sex, like the media of now-a-days, then the old societies in India and the present societies in India are should not be like this. In Indian families, the open talk about sex is not entertainable. It is well known that most of Indian boys and girls do not know what is sex, up to their ‘first night celebration’ after marriage. By showing the same reason, the so-called modernists are arguing to keep sex education in the high school level. If the nude idols of Hindu temples provoke the people towards the immorality or towards the lust, Indian society could not be like this.

The Hindu temples, with nude idols or sexy idols are never the business centers, or the Corporate business centers like now-a-days media. The Hindu temples and culture never conducted programs, only on sexy and entertainable programs, like now-a-days media. In Hindu temples, there were many programs, which could lead the people towards human values such as truth telling, good, pity and kind to others, service mindedness and devotion to God. Off course, in present time also some of Hindu temples are doing the same as well as some of the praying places of all religions are doing the same. On the other hand, some of Hindu temples and some of praying places of all religions are doing business on the name of devotion.

But if we observe all media including movies and TV channels, 90% of their programs are confined to sex, body exposes and crazy creating towards Corporate products only.

The coup makers and their supporters had created so many paradoxes as by keeping positive captions to the negative activities or by keeping negative captions to the positive activities.

I try my level best to expose that strategy. Suppose a village or town. Imagine yourself to start a new venture there. For example, you want to start a cloth emporium. You will find a shop on rent. You will take sales tax license [ST] and central sales tax [CST] license. You will arrange showcases and other furniture in the shop. You will order cloth material to keep in the shop. In all of these trials, the other cloth business people who ever already in the market will create troubles to you. You have to struggle hard to success in your business.

There is same case with job. If you enter into a new job, the other colleagues will create troubles to you. They will make indirect claims. They will spoil the boss opinion on you. You have to struggle hard to success in your career. If need, they don’t mind to go up to any level to trouble you.

The reason behind these troubles is jealousy, insecurity and competition. People used to refer this as “Here, there are much politics. People damage others with politics”. In fact, this is not politics. It is clearly crime.

Like that, the coup makers and their supporters had kept a positive caption of politics to crime. Off course, they made crime as business.

One more such paradoxical argument is – When the Vamp dancers, heroines are exposing their bodies with half nude or full nudeness, if anybody question about the vulgarity, what is their reply do you know? Recently, the Vamp dancer Mommaith Khan said as “The sexiness is not in my dress or in my body expose. It is in your eyes. Why do you observe my dress? Why don’t you observe my dance?

When the dancer is dancing with semi nudeness, how the viewer can observe only her dance, but not her body? How it is possible when she is dancing with her body only. How the sexiness is in the eyes of viewers, when the dancer is with full dress? In India, since thousands of years there are classical dancers including prostitutes similarly all over the world, since long time, there are classical dancers. In ancient days, the professionals of prostitutes were famous for classical dance and music etc talents. But this type of nude dances and the following conversations regarding such vulgarity, we didn’t observe in history. In India up to 1970 also, the dances and the dancers were decent.

Another example – In Indian society to the children we keep some parameters as disciplinary manners. The coup makers and their supporters objected with a paradoxical argument, as “We should bring up the children with freedom. Then only the talents of children will come out.” Like that, they kept a positive caption of ‘Freedom’ to the indiscipline. If this freedom alias indiscipline yields exposure of talents from children, why not there were miracles from children of last generation and present generation? I’m questioning like this because, from 1970 only, this paradoxical statement of the coup makers and their supporters got penetration into public. this ‘freedom’ and the relevant acts such as beating of children by teachers and parents is prohibited by Govt. etc is exposure of talents from children, why not there are miracles from western children at where implemented this freedom alias indiscipline on children.

As I discussed under the caption of COUP ON INDIAN LITERATURE, there is a paradoxical attitude created by the coup makers and their supporters in public. According to that, if some work is done by myself, it is with positive caption, if the same work is done by you, it is with negative caption.

For example, it I chat with friends, I can say as, “I am constructing public relations”. If you chat with friends, I can say as “You are wasting time”. If I deceive anybody, I can say it as, “I have the talent of living”. If you did the same, I can say it as “You cheated others”.

Another example I give you. In this decade i.e. after 2000, the coup makers and their supporters like media started a new propaganda as, “The Indian traditional dress of women, the Sari is the sexiest dress in the world. In the sari, the waist of women is exposive”.

This is ‘keeping of negative caption to a positive activity. In fact, sari wearing means not like in movies or in Bresa [In fact Bresavi means British Samrajya Vidheya i.e. Obedient to British Crown Govt. in the days of Nizam of Hyderabad i.e. before 1948. Whatever might be the reason of Ramoji Rao, why he had selected such name to his bridal collection stores, he should know.] & Kalanjali Ads of Ramoji Rao business groups. The sari should not be down to belly. The blouse should not be exposive of back of women. Even Indian traditional Banjara women wear a backless blouse, but to cover their body, they wear a thick and heavy veil from head to down. The Indian traditional sari wearing will cover all the body parts of women. Indian traditional and cultured woman wear sari with frills to cover the shape of thighs, buttocks and secret organs. More over their blouses are not as cloth pieces like in Ramp shows of fashion parades. Indian cultured women cover the waist with the ‘Pallu’, which means the edge of sari.

The coup makers and their supporters’ strategy all over the world is – They will criticize Indian’s traditions including food and dressing habits here and at abroad. They introduce the western style of food and dress sense here and they make it to be hit and popularity among youth by name of fashion. They might apply the same strategy with all traditions and cultures of people all over the world.

In fact, people are suffering with constipation due to the consumption of junk food. People are suffering with ball head irrespective of gender i.e. hair fall due to the use of shampoos. In TV Ads, we used to watch think and shining hair in shampoo Ads. But how many people in our surroundings have the think hair, including ourselves?

No media, no health clubs, will educate the people on this. And more over the Corporate beauty clinics are driving the people to get transplantation of hair on the ball heads. For this, they are charging huge amounts for each sitting. And the transplantation needs several sittings. To meet this requirement, a man in Kurnool had turned as thief. Recently we read this news, on Enadu and other media. When we use soaps, they will erase the natural oils on our bodies. To rectify it, the Corporate Companies will sell moisturizers or special bio soaps. Nobody will remind about soap nuts and our traditional bathing power i.e. Sunni pindi. More over the coup makers and their supporters had successfully seized the use of castor oil by criticizing, by making mockery or by saying that it is not fashion to use castor oil.

Totally, the Corporatism had driven us from the social states of our farmer as donor of food to the social states of our farmer as the accepter of food donation. In one word, the Corporatism had converted our farmers as beggars, politicians as criminals, employees as thieves, and all of us as victims of robbery.
In this situation, how many days to sleep like this? We have to drive out the Corporate business from our lives. By the way, we can drive out the coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, Ramoji Rao, British and their supporters from our lives.

If people are with leisure, they can identify the robbery, the cheating, the Corporatism and the strategy going on implementation on them. That’s why the coup makers and their supporters are driving the lives of people into fast run, which is meaningless if anybody thinks about it. Nobody knows why they are running and what they are getting by running in life for money.

If people are with unity, they can identify the coup on their lives. That’s why the coup makers and their supporters are playing the ‘Kanika Neethi’ i.e. divide and rule policy. Bapuji had recognized the coup of British, and Corporate Companies on India, during the independence struggle. That’s why only he motivated people to prohibit foreign goods and to patronize Swadeshi clothes. If he could live, he could motivate the people who divided into Hindus and Muslims i.e. India and Pakistan to merge into unity. That’s why only they had killed him by using an overleaf cause as Nadhu Ram Gadse. It is just like Dhanu of LTTE in case of the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi, and security guards in case of murder of Indira Gandhi.

The coup makers and their supporters play divide and rule policy i.e. Kanika Neethi not only in politics. They play it in emotions, traditions and fashion also.

To understand this point, I narrate you a small story.

అనగా అనగా............
Once, a man from Sahara desert came to India. He had known only one Hindi word “Kha
ja!” and it’s meaning as ‘eat and go’. He was wandering on the roads of Agra. He had seen sweet shops there. He had seen a sweet in one shop. It was made with wheat, ghee and sugar. In Hindi, it is called as “Khaja”.

Our Sahara guest communicated the shopkeeper with miming by showing the sweet “What is it”. The shopkeeper said, “Khaja!” Our Sahara guest understood it as the shopkeeper was saying him to eat and go.

Immediately, he had taken the sweet and ate it. The shopkeeper handed him over the then police. They took him to the justice. He ordered them to punish our Sahara guest by shaving his hair on head and make a rally by keeping him to sit on a donkey. The punishment was fulfilled.

After returning to his place, our Sahara guest had narrated his experiences in India to his friends as “What a lovely country India! Indians have great courtesy to their guests. Without taking money, they had given me sweets to eat, head shave and they made a rally by keeping me to sit on a donkey in their city. What a nice experience I had in India!”

That’s all entire story!

Such that what is treated in India as insult, and ill treat, is considered as grateful and well treat in Sahara desert once up on a time. Same case may be with other thing in some other parts of countries.

So that to create communication gaps, to misguide or to mislead one nation regarding the traditions and other things of another nation is made easy to the coup makers and their supporters with their Divide and rule policy i.e. Kanika Neethi in propaganda. More over their strategy of propaganda is of నల్లమేక - నలుగురు దొంగలు which means BLACK GOAT AND FOUR THIEVES, i.e. repeated propaganda.

To understand this I explain you some small points of Telugu cinema. After 1965, when the coup makers and their supporters acquired certain grip, they started their network in all fields including Telugu cinema. With such God fatherhood, they could faded out some heroes, heroines and character actors, as well as they could faded in some heroes, heroines and character actors like Shavakaru Janaki, Krishna kumari, Devika, Sarada, Vanishree etc. Regarding Sarada, they had propagated that she got Urvasi Award for 5 times. Later that award itself was faded out. The then media, especially Enadu Ramoji Rao had praised Urvasi Sarada like anything. The same media, as coup supporters could expose in other states, “So and so woman is Uravasi in the view of Indians or Telugu people” with a sarcastic presentation. Naturally, the others opinion regarding Indian and Telugu people might degraded.

I’m saying this because their representation regarding foreign actor and actress in India was like that in those days. Then why not it is in vice versa?

[Hand mark-36A’] Another illustration I give you. We, being Hindus had a concept of ‘Brahmanandam’, which means extreme joy as concern as divine devotion towards God. It is preached that every person should try to reach that state of ‘Brahmanandam’ i.e. freedom of soul. In Indian epics, it is described that the devotees, Maharishis had reached it and experienced it. Radha Devi had achieved it in Rasaleela at Brindavanam.

There was news that the then fame Acharya Rajaneesh had announced that he can take people to that extreme joyfulness i.e. ‘Brahmanandam’. By attracting people like this, he done so many immoral and hateful activities. He made a foreign woman to unconscious state due to the gang rape on her by 5 or 6 men at a time. When she lodged a police compliant, this had exposed to the world.

Is it Brahmanandam in real? Won’t he know it? Unless to degrade Indians, Hindus and their epics, as in the part of the coup on India, how a man i.e. Rajaneesh can do like that?

Strategically the coup makers and their supporters had propagated that “In Indians opinion, Brahmanandam means gang rape or group sex up to the state of unconsciousness” in other countries. Then what they will think about us?

In the same case, the coup makers and their supporters have propagated here about the western people, as ‘they have no family bondages. Almost all wives and husbands will divorce and remarry for several times. They won’t take care of their children’. Is it true for 100%? May be there is much ratio of divorce. But not totally. The coup makers expose that certain ratio as in 70MM picture. Ultimately they created such degrade and bad opinion on Western people in Indians.

That’s all the Kanika Neethi i.e. DIVIDE AND RULE POLICY.

That’s all the నల్లమేక - నలుగురు దొంగలు i.e. BLACK GOAT AND FOUR THIEVES STATEGY.
Another example to this is classical dances of India i.e. Bharatha Natyam and Kuchipudi
etc. In fact, in classical dance of India, especially in Bharatha Natyam and Kuchipudi Dance, the coordinative movement of dancer is there with the music, songs and beats. In such dances, the dancers move their head, eyebrows, eyes, nose, lips, neck, shoulders, chest, waist, elbows, wrist, hands, fingers, thighs, knees, foot and toes in a rhythmic way, in a systematic way and in a co-ordination way with music. It is a Sasthra i.e. Science. Nobody can learn such classical dance by watching it on TV or Cinema screens like modern dances of belly dance, salsa dance or disco dance. Now we are watching that our kids easy show of modern dance by watching it on TV. But the classical dance is not like that. It is a typical one. As well as it is a classical one. It is a divine one. In one word, the classical dancers if they do perfect dance, they have to move their entire body from head to toe. In the other words, if the classical dancers do perfect dance, they can take the viewers to the position of limitless joy. Off course, this case is applicable to every other art, which is practiced and presented in perfect way.

Regarding such classic dance, up to 1992, there was monopoly dancer Miss Shobha Naidu. In fact, she was made fame by the media i.e. coup makers and their supporters. She visited all over the world and exhibited her Kuchi pudi Dance. It was praised by media as she was doing new experiments in classical dance. With such positive caption, she and they introduced settings etc techniques on stage. She and they decreased the quality of classical dance like anything. It was just like English medium school kids poems presentation with little body movements. If was just nominal movement of dancers. By watching that dance only we can understand the strategy there. At Sri Sailam in 1994 Shivarathri celebrations, I had seen such in-quality presentation of classical dance i.e. Kuchipudi dance from her troop [disciples] under her leadership with high praising. In 1977, being a school student I visited Kuchipudi village in the part of my AP Darshan Tour. There, we met Sri Vedantham Satya Narayana Sarma. There, we watched his dance in Bhama Kalapam as he danced as Satya Bhama Devi. There, we heard his speech regarding the greatness, specialty and perfectness of Kuchipudi Dance.

By comparing the both. I could understand the mode of coup on India in this angle.

With such presentation in abroad, what the other country people can think about the classical dance of India? Definitely, they will think as ‘ పేరు గొప్ప ఊరు దిబ్బ’, which means it is only Gobble’s propaganda by praising highly to the in-quality dance. The other country people definitely can think cheep about the classical dance of India. Off course, this is applicable to all art forms. In Shobha Naidu’s place, some other persons will be there. But the mode of coup is same at everywhere.

I don’t know the reason, but after 1992, Miss. Shobha Naidu was faded out. Some of her extra marital affairs with some IAS Officer got notorious in paper media. After that, she was gradually faded out. Being the newspaper reader, this is my observation.

Such that the coup makers CIA, ISI, Ramoji Rao and their supporters will create positive caption to negative issues or praising in words to Indian classical issues vs. in-quality in works. This is another type of paradox created by the coup makers in the part of their strategy.

Another interesting paradox, I’ll explain to you. Some readers of my writings may think that I’m saying as all the famed persons are the agents of coup makers or supporters of coup makers. But the fact is the coup makers and their supporters had famed their agents only in all concern fields. This is the paradox. Actually, the coup makers and their supporters had famed the persons who had the favorable nature towards the implementation of coup on India as well as they had driven out the persons who had the in-favorable nature towards the implementation of coup on India. For this faming or fading out, there is no need of awareness to those persons, as well as to people.

In this context, I give an example to you. In my childhood i.e. around 1976, at Guntur there was a singer by name ‘Anupam Wilson’. He used to sing in music concerts in the part of Sri Rama Navami festival celebrations in the pendyals. He was talented singer. In Guntur, people encouraged him to go to Chennai in search of opportunities to sing in movies. People used to appreciate him as his voice reminds Ghantasala’s voice. He tried for his luck at Chennai for 5 to 6 years. He used to participate in Sri Rama Navami Celebrations in parallel.

But he was not succeeded. He used to get desperation. He used to visit the organizers of Sri Rama Navami Celebration Pendyals. My father was also one of the members in those organizations. Whenever that singer Mr. Anupam Wilson got desperation, the elders i.e. organizers of Sri Rama Navami celebrations Pendyals used to encourage and motivate him. They used to help him in financial matter also. After 5 or 6 years effort he returned to his native i.e. Ananda pet of Guntur with desperation and cancer. Within few months, he passed away. Elder’s had analyzed his issue as “Psychologically, his failure in career damaged his health.” In that time, I read on newspaper or on some cinema journal an interview of a famous music director of those days as “Recently some singer approached me with a self boasting dialogue as “Sir! I can sing like Ghantasala Master.” I had scolded him. I got such anger to beat him. I had driven him out with my guards. Like that every day we used to receive so many people with so many urges. Everybody will think that his talent is very high.”

My elders analyzed this interview also by applying it to Mr. Anupam Wilson failure and SP Bala Subramanyams lobbying and grip on cinema music at Chennai. The same was repeated to another singer Mr. Ramana in 1980’s.

Later, when I read some essays like the essay written by Sri Thanikella Bharani, the cinema writer regarding the strategy on cinema stories with respective to decades, I under stood the mode of coup in cinema field. I believe that anybody can understand this with keen observation and wide reading of current events.

That’s why the paradox is as – not all the famed persons are the supporters or agents of coup makers. But the coup makers had famed their agents or supporters only in between 1975 to 1992.

Another paradox is: The coup makers and their supporters had raised an argument with repeated propaganda, as “The Govt. and the people have to show generosity on the children of criminals. What is their sin if their parents had done crime?”

But this argument was the positive caption to the negative issue.

This is the reverse method to Narada neethi, which tells us to be rude to criminals. Otherwise, nobody can nullify the crime in society. Actually before the Govt. and people, first of all the parents should have concern and generously on their own children. Being parents, the criminals should think as “What will happen to our children if we catch up by police. If we are, send to prison, who will look after our children? If God punish to our family, to our children because of our sin, who can save them?”

This attitude can prevent the criminals from doing sin and evil. If they get support with above said argument of coup makers and their supporters regarding generosity on their children, it will give encouragement to them to do sins and evil to others.

When the coup makers and their supporters are such kind towards children of criminals, then why don’t they think about the children of the victims of these criminals with same kindness and generosity? Only their kindness and humanity are limited towards criminals? This resembles to the human rights associations who fight to protect the Maoists only but not the victims of Maoists such as police, Tribals and innocent public. The human rights also only limited evil people only.

Another paradox created by the coup makers and their supporters is liquor addiction. Up to 1970 to 1980 even in Indian society, particularly among Telugu middle class people, drinking alcohol was considered as bad and mistake. The drunken people used to reach the house with shy. They reach the house in hidden ways by avoiding elders and parents. In those days, drinking is bad. Now-a-days not drinking is odd or somehow bad. Now-a-days, if a person is not drinking then he will be considered as abnormal or unbelievable. More over it is certainly bad or mistake to say with any body to do not drink the alcohol or liquor.

The coup makers and their supporters successfully had made people to fall into this addiction by saying ‘Is not Surapanam in Vedas? Is not liquor addiction in Indian epics? If liquor addiction in epics is good, then how it is bad now?”

In fact, there is the reference of liquor addiction in epics. But nobody in practical and in epics themselves have accepted that the liquor addiction is not bad or liquor addiction is good. The story of Mritha Sanjavani i.e. the story of Kachudu tells us how dangerous liquor addiction is. Due to the habit of liquor addiction, Shukracharya lost his secret art of Mritha Sanjeevani i.e. the art of giving birth to the dead. He had fallen in such a bitter situation to leak such education to Kachudu, by knowing that Kachudu was the son of Bruhaspathi, the teacher of Deities. Shukracharya was the teacher of demons. Deities and demons are enemies mutually in spite of stepbrothers.

As well as, the story of Musalam in Sri Bhagavatham also tells us about the danger of liquor consumption. At the end of Sri Bhagavatham, the Yadavas had gone to picnic to seashore. There they drank liquor unlimitedly. The Yadavas had made ‘Sambudu’ the grandson of Sri Krishna in the disguise of pregnant woman. They asked Durvasa Maharishi to predict that they would be child of this pregnant woman whether boy or girl. Durvasa Maharishi cursed them as “She is going to give birth to a Muslam”. Muslam means a wooden log i.e. pestle, which is used to grind grains into flour in mortar. Within few minutes, Sambudu had suffered with delivery pains and had given birth to Muslam. Yadavas felt fear and with elders guidance they rubbed it on rough stones into powder. They mixed that powder in the seawater. With that, seawater strong bushed of grass had grown up within few minutes. By beating, one another with these grass sticks, in the hangover and in the drunkenness of liquor, all the Yadavas had died. They left a small part of pestle there. It was used by a hunter as his arrow. This had killed Sri Krishna.

Thus, liquor damages the lives. Such are the morals of epics. The coup makers and their supporters used to propagate as “The liquor consumption is referred in epics. So that the liquor consumption is encouraged by epics”.

In fact, the liquor consumption was referred in epics with a warning to prevent it and with an expose of its bad effects.

There is same case with gambling. The coup makers and their supporters used to propagate as “The gambling is referred in epics. So that the gambling with play cards, on horse races, on animals fighting’s, on single number Matka, on Chitrahaar songs, betting, etc is not wrong or abnormal”.

In fact, the gambling is referred in epics as in the stories of Nala Maharaja and Dharma Raja with a warning to avoid it and with expose of the bad effects of gambling.

But the coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, British, Ramoji Rao and their supporters like media, politicians and Corporate Companies had created suitable paradoxical arguments on all issues wherever the situation is advantageous or disadvantageous to them.

Similarly, the coup makers and their supporters had created paradoxical arguments
regarding prostitutes in India. In fact, the prostitution is such an ancient profession all over the world. The poverty and situation of prostitutes i.e. sex workers all over the world is terrible now. The life of sex workers is other form of hell now. In ancient times i.e. before 1000 years back to now i.e. before the entry of Muslims and Europeans into India, the position of prostitutes was rich and their social status also with respects in society. Like all other sections of public, the prostitutes’ lives also driven into the drainage after the entry of Muslims and Europeans into India. After the entry of Muslims and Europeans into India, the organizations of Devadasi, Mathangi etc bad and inhuman traditions were created in Indian society.

In the ancient times, the position and social status of prostitutes i.e. sex workers was with respects by the kings and in temples as Royal dancers. In the stories of Bhatti Vikramarka like “Dhanavathi, Gunavathi”, the story of “Parakaya Pravesam” and in the story of ‘Chandra Varnudu’ the father of Bhatti and Vikramadithya will give us such reference. The great Sanskrit drama ‘Mrutcha Katikam’ is another reference. The heroine of that drama was Vasantha Sena, a royal dancer and prostitute.

In the story of Vipra Narayana, who became a famous Tamil Alwar, also there was the reference of prostitutes. In Tamil literature, Alwars’ Pasurams are very famous. There are 18 Alwars in Tamil. They are devotees and poets. They had written songs, composed music and sang them. People of their time were influenced by the Alwars’ literature.
In the story of Vipra Narayana, he was a devotee of God Sri Ranga. He was living on the bank of river Kavery, in a hut surrounded by beautiful garden.

On day, he was going to temple. He was in his world of devotion towards God Sri Ranga. On the way, people were saying ‘Namaskar’ to him. Casually he was receiving them and proceeding towards the temple. On the same way two sisters of prostitutes, i.e. Royal dancers were coming opposite to him in a palanquin. People on the way were amazing at their beauty and richness. But Vipra Narayana didn’t observe them. The younger sister Deva Devi felt angry and had taken the issue to her ego. The elder sister warned her to do not go to disturb the devotees, and to do not play with them.

But Deva Devi challenged her, as “I will test the devotion of this guy.”

She approached him like helpless and orphan woman, by attempting suicide in front of his eyes by jumping into the water of Kaveri River. He had saved her from danger. He could give shelter to her for some time. Slowly with her beauty and talent, she could change Vipra Narayana from innocent devotee to crazy lover to her.

After some time they became deep lovers. After bitter experiences both of, they had turned as great devotees of God Sri Ranga. After this, Vipra Narayana was famous as Alwar by some other Tamil name.

Another story of Tamil Alwars is the story of Bhavani Shankara in which there is the reference of prostitutes. It was famous as a Telugu Drama by name ‘Chintamani’ written by Kallakuri Narayana Rao.

Bhavani Shankara was a rich, handsome scholar. He was made as a crazy lover to a prostitute Chintamani. When he attempted terrible trial by swimming the flooded river in order to reach her, she had scolded him as “This crazy and emotion, if you show towards God that you can achieve Mukti. What you got benefit by reaching me like this? How much risk you had taken? What happens if you die?”

With this, Bhavani Shankara had turned as a ‘Sanyasi’ i.e. Monk. He left all his wealth and went to forest to penance. Chinatamani also followed the same way. Bhavani Shankara had gone on pilgrimage. One day he had seen a beautiful housewife. He followed her without his control. She reached the temple. Then he got self-alertness. He had noticed his mistake. He asked her to give her hairpins. With those pins, he pierced his eyes by thinking as “Because of these eyes only, I became blind with lust by watching the beauty of women. This sight is turning me from God’s way to womanizing way. Then it is better to me to become physical blind.”

Later he became as Tamil Alwar. Such that, it is clear that the position and status of prostitutes was much better than, that of present day’s sex workers.

But the coup makers and their supporters are creating paradoxical arguments such as Indian ancient society was in-human towards prostitutes, with their bad traditions. In fact, the present red light areas of Metro politan cities, all over the world are centers of inhumanity as per the news articles in media with high frequency. Actually, in this inhumanity, the Hyderabad Nizams are ever lasting first rankers, all the time.

Now all over the world, women are getting exploitation by Corporatism like anything. To watch cricket, to attract cricket viewers, the Corporate cricket companies provide the sexy expose of cheer girls with half-nude dress code. To attract customers, the bar dancers are there. To attract cinema viewers, Mommaith Khan’s and Bipasa Basu’s are there to dance with half nude or full nude bodies. To attract customers, to the restaurants and hotels, Houteresses are there. This vulgarity, lack of accomplishment is all over the world. No feminine movement or society is working to protest this exploitation on women. No service organization, no scholars, no media, nobody is asking this? Questioning this and arguing on this. But in 1970’s and in 1980’s many feminists, writers, journalists, journals, media, feminist organizations had worked to protect the respects of Indian woman, with an argument of “Since thousands of years, the women in India are prisoned in Kitchen. She is using by men as a machine to give sex joy to them and to give birth to their children. She is not getting respects. She is getting exploitation by men. Her service, working power, everything is considering as useless and so on.”

Now all over the world, in all business, in every Ad of Corporate Companies, whether needed or not, irrespective of product, nude or half nude expose of women is there. Is it respectable to women? Is it not disregard? Is it not exploitation? Is it not showing the women as sex symbol? Is it not considering the women as a machine to satisfy the men’s lust?

Then why no writers, no feminists, no feminists organization, no journalists, no journals, no media, no social servants or social workers are fighting to protect the present women from the paws of Corporate Companies?

Is it not paradox i.e. mutually opposite? Is it not the coup behind this paradox?

One more paradox, I explain you.

I read a comparison in Sri Rama Krishna Bhodhamrutham. Suppose there is a beautiful garden beyond a wall. All of the people are this side to the wall. The garden is on the other side to the wall. There are beautiful plants, trees, wells, pools, and benches in garden. There are beautiful and fragrant flowers to the trees and plants. The shade of the trees is cool. The water in the wells and pools is sweet. The fruits on the trees are ripe and sweet. There are beautiful and cute birds to sing. The peacocks are dancing. The parrots are singing. It is very pleasant and happy.

But the people didn’t know about this garden. They are in desert, on the other side of the wall of the garden. It is hot. There is no water. There is no food. People are suffering. Among them, one man had walked up to the wall and climbed on to it. He had seen the garden. He jumped from the wall into the garden and escaped from there. After some time, another man had done the same. Like that, some of the people had reached the garden. But most of the people are still in the desert. One man had reached the wall and climbed on to it. He had watched the garden. He came back to people and told them that there is a garden to reach.

Sri Rama Krishna Parama Hamsa compared the desert as the commercial life in this mechanical world. He described the garden as devotion to God, or as Moksham or as Mukti or as spirituality. He described the men who jumped into the garden without informing the people about the garden as selfish. Though those men had left the materialistic world, though they are devotees of God, though they reached Mukti, they are selfish, because they didn’t think about the welfare of people.

Sri Rama Krishna Parama Hamsa described the one man who came back to people and told them about the existence of the garden on the other side of the wall, as prophets and devotees. They had sacrificed their ‘Mukti’ for the sake of people. They dedicated their lives to motivate the people to reach the garden i.e. spirituality i.e. Mukti.

In fact, this is the ultimate lead in Sri Bhagavad Geetha in the 18th chapter of Mokshaw Sanyasa Yogam. Adi Sankaracharya had declared Panchakshari Manthram with the desire to protect and to motivate people to reach Mukti, in spite of his Guru’s warning to keep the ‘manthra in secrecy. Such is the affection of prophets, devotees on general people.

Any way, the people who think about their Moksam, devotion are considered as selfish in spite of their sacrifice of the materialistic world and wealth.

The paradox of this, we are watching now in the society. I’ll give clear picture to you. Suppose a dispute is happening in an office. Take example of Eamcet Rank fixing dispute like match fixing in cricket. When I complained to higher authorities and Govt.’s, nobody responded. When I bring it to the notice of media also, no body responded. They might have their share, in the dispute. When I discussed with some of the parents of students, I expected such a response as “If such disputes are happening, what about the future of our children? If our child’s rank is hijacked to some of Corporate students, what we can do? If our child get cheat by this intellectual robbery, by this dispute, how to protect?”

But I had received such a response as “Is it such dispute happening? How can we get benefit of this dispute for the sake of our children? Is there any possibility to get good rank to our children? Can you guide me to whom that I have to approach? How can I utilize this opportunity?” I have practical experience of this. Like that from top to bottom, most of the people are selfish to climb up the wall and to jump into the garden. But this garden is not Moksham or Mukti. This garden is not ‘the other than materialistic world’. This garden is Corporatism. This garden is full of disputes.

The people who climb up the wall and who jumped into the garden without informing or without motivating the people in desert about the existence of the garden are described as ‘selfish’ by Sri Rama Krishna Parama Hamsa. These ‘mumukshuvu’ which means people who wished to reach Mukti, never cheat the people. They never harm the people. They never hijack the opportunities of others. Only their selfishness is, they didn’t inform people about the existence of the garden. Only their selfishness is, they didn’t motivate the people to reach the garden i.e. heaven or Mukti or Moksham. Then which word we have to use to refer the ‘selfish’ people who are climbing up the wall and who are jumping into the garden of disputes?

They know very well that they are thefting the other’s opportunities and wealth. By not revealing the public about the disputes, they want to utilize it, or they want to have benefit of disputes. That’s why our elders said that, “Doing bad is not only a sin. Keeping silence by knowing the sin is also sin”.

Another paradox created by the coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, Ramoji Rao and their supporters like media, writers, cinema people and politicians is – The arguments on Rambha, Urvasi etc divine dancers or divine prostitutes in Indian epics.

The paradoxical argument is – “According to the Hinduism or Hindu epics or Hindu culture, people have to do good, people have to live with morals. By the way, they can go to heaven. There they can enjoy the sex with Rambha, Urvasi etc divine dancers. There they can enjoy the ever youth. There they can enjoy the liquor i.e. Sura. If it is right, if it is correct, if it is good, then how the enjoying sex with earthen dancers, the enjoying youth and the enjoying the liquor in this world is wrong, or bad?”

This argument is very convincible. It had convinced the then youth of 1970’s. That youth generation is today’s elder generation. So that you can understand, the disputes and immoral behavior of present elders’ generation in all professions include politics.

In fact, in the above argument, limits had lifted. Totally, the parameters and limits had converted into convincing level. Here is the explanation.

In Hinduism, or in Hindu culture or in Hindu epics, the concept of heaven is just like a chocolate as a gift to kids when they learn a new thing. In the primary level, Hindu persons will get attraction towards temples, by the Prasadam, tasty dishes dedicated to God. Next, they will get attraction by the stories of epics and other entertainment like Hari Kadha, Bhajana etc programs. These programs will create interest in them towards devotion and towards God. Next, they will be motivated to do good, to lead moral life by showing the concept of heaven. In the next stage, they will be motivated towards the concept of ‘Moksham’. The logic behind this is, “Life in heaven also, temporary. It is the part of birth and death cycle. Mandhatha story and other stories tell us about the temporariness of heaven or hell. According to our good i.e. holy works and sins, we will be at heaven or hell until our account settles. Such that our stays in this earth, in the heaven in the hell are like now-a-days stay at hotels. That’s why we have to overtake this concept of heaven. Mukti is permanent one, Mukti means merging in to God. Then we never take birth in any world.”

In the next stage, Hindu people will be motivated to reach the concept of Mokshaw Sanyasa Yogam. In this concept, they will be educated as “If we lead moral life, if we lead life with Budhi Yogam, we can enjoy the Moksham on this earth only. We can experience the Brahmanandam on this earth itself. We can know the ultimate knowledge. Once if we acquire the ultimate knowledge, then there won’t be any difference between God and us. That is the Moksham. If a person recalled to that level of Mokshaw Sanyasa Yogam, then he won’t have any emotions. He will have all the divine nature. Then he will be like God”.

This guidance is very clearly discussed in the 701 slokas of Sri Bhagavad Geetha. By leaving all this, the coup makers show the slide of the concept of heaven.

In their paradoxical argument also, how the limits are lifted is – Suppose a person convinced with the paradoxical argument of the coup makers and their supporters. If he enjoys the extreme lustful life with sex and liquor, what he can get? AIDS or Ganeria etc. Ultimately, he will taste hell on this earth itself instead of heaven. Finally, he will meet the death. In the concept of heaven, in Hinduism, divine bodies will displace these physical bodies. Then there won’t be any risk of disease. Already people reached there after death, and then there won’t be the fear of death. In Indian epics Karthaveryarjuna’s sons were died with the diseases due to the over drinking of liquor. In Maha Bharatham, Vichitra Veerya, the son of Santhana Maharaja and Satya Vathi Devi, the step brother of Bheeshma had died due to the over sexual engage with his wives.

Without referring all these limits and parameters, the coup makers and their supporters had presented their arguments and created paradoxes.

Such that the coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, Ramoji Rao and their supporters like media, writers, cinema people, politicians, and Corporate Companies had created paradoxes in public life. Like that successfully and strategically, they had implemented the coup on India by destroying the existed network in Indians life. Like that successfully and strategically, they had implemented coup on India by creating their own network in India and in Indians life.

Now in May 2008, all over the world, the crude oil price is getting in to the height of stars. The gulf countries i.e. OPEC countries are increasing the price with jet or rocket speed. On 9th May 2007, the price of barrel of crude oil was 62, Dollars. Now in July 2008, it is 145 Dollars. The OPEC countries are declaring that they have the storage of crude oil for coming up 85 years in their fuel wells. In spite of this storage, OPEC countries are selling their product in such a demandive way. The argument of OPEC countries is “After finishing the fuel resources, what we have to do? That’s why we are selling it with our desired price. This is precautionary activity”. Such is their demandive deal. More over OPEC countries are not the monopoly producers in the world. Other countries also have the deposits of fuel and producing fuel. Then how these OPEC countries could create much demand? How they have such grip on world? To create such demand and to continue the demand of OPEC countries, suitable war strategies will be played by world leading countries like America and British.

All over the world, no country, no agency, no organization including UN is able to control or convince the OPEC countries. How this is possible? The OPEC countries have the fuel resources. Similarly, many of the other countries have food and agricultural productions. In which manner the world countries are need fuel from OPEC countries, in the same manner the OPEC countries are need food grains and food products from the world countries. Then how the OPEC countries are able to demand the world to pay high cost to their fuel? How the other countries are not able to control the OPEC countries based on their need and urge for food grains? Is it not a paradox? Is it not a coup on world?

How the OPEC countries are such powerful and how the remaining world is such weak? Who made the OPEC countries to be such powerful? Are the OPEC countries powerful being fuel suppliers? Or being Muslims?

In fact, the OPEC countries are able to market their fuel resources with such high demand. But the other countries in South Africa, in which gold and diamond mines are there, are not able to market their natural resources. More over those countries and the people in those countries are getting exploitation by Corporate Companies and mine excavators. There is same case with diamonds availability in Rayala Sema area of AP in India.

Like this, how the OPEC countries are such powerful to create such demand for their natural resources? And how the other countries are such weak to protect themselves from the exploitation?

Another fact is – All over the country why didn’t the alternate fuel resources invent? The biodiesel, solar energy, wind energy, see waves energy and atomic energy technologies are not getting any penetration. Such technologies are not getting any encouragement. Very often some of the enthusiastic people, engineers, engineering students and scientists are declaring their technology invents and showing the demo of the technologies. They are saying that they are going to take patent for their inventions. This is as about ‘cycle water pumping’ technology to lift water from bore wells in agricultural land etc, we are reading in News media. But those technologies are not coming into the market. No alternative for diesel, petrol etc is getting entertainment.

More over the bi-wheelers with high mileage per liter petrol are not flowing into the market. The bike models with crazy image are getting popularity in market in spite of low mileage. The media created craze is in such a level that the youth is not considering mileage relative to the model of the bike. How and why such strategy is playing by the coup makers in India. Not only in India the same strategy in playing all over the world.

All over the world, small countries like Indonesia etc are slowly becoming Muslim countries. All over the world, Muslims are able to draw special treatment from concern authorities and Govt.’s irrespective of countries. How strange and abnormal this is? Then who is more powerful CIA or ISI or some other Muslim organization like Alkhaida?

Another small example I show you. Up to 1992, the Karachi Bakery in Hyderabad and Vizag were very famous and leading bakeries. The available of variety of Bakery foods and products was high in Karachi Bakery relative to other Bakeries in Hyderabad and Vizag. The reason behind this was not known. Naturally, they became famous and leading Bakeries. Like that, the availability of variety of bakery foods and products in Karachi bakery was like the egg. The fame and leading of Karachi Bakery was like bird. Which is first whether egg or bird?

That’s all the paradox.

That’s the entire coup on India by creating paradoxes. In the same style, the coup makers i.e. CIA, ISI, and their supporters like their agents in all fields, and the Corporate Companies are implementing the coup on the human race all over the world.


1 comment:

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing.Pretty interesting indeed.Wish you n all a Happy Sri Rama Navami.

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