India

They say that India is a lie because its reality falls so far short of its ideals. They are wrong. India is not a lie; it is a disappointment. But it can be a disappointment only because it is also a hope. [Pragmatic Euphony]

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14 thoughts on “India


  1. Well, umm yes. As long as you just say it and have no further intentions to invite me to your bedroom. πŸ™‚

    However, credit to the link where I found the quote.

  2. Nope buddy, no such plans… Have you seen your profile pic? he he…

    Btw, I didn’t realise, you were quoting the source. so now, i gotta go there and profess my love πŸ˜› lol

    can’t help it you see, i’m a loud, melodramatic, over the top patriotic bugger πŸ™‚

  3. What a pass India has come to!! Now we have to decide between a well and a ditch to fall to our death.
    Thanks for this detailed post about the kuoan uncle and khayee bhenji.

  4. Heart touching and thought provoking one!! Good quote Trilblaizer!!
    Keep posting such to awaken the minds.. Yes, because we are here we still have HOPE!!

  5. So many wars can be avoided and fresh ones started because words can be so subtly twisted and molded to mean far more than what they normally would, right? πŸ™‚


  6. @MirrorCracked
    Ha! Yes.

    @Solilo
    The “India is a lie” is a dig at the ideals of the country. Many cynics say that India falls short of its ideals and the escapist nature of us keeps us going, at the cost of our ideals not being observed.

    However, India is a disappointment because the truth is that many ideals are yet to be fully inculcated into the Indian mindset. But being a disappointment also means being a hope. That a day will come when all ideals have been embraced by all people.

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