Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Imperium - 3 - Stages of Subversion

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Before I begin this article, here are three quotes from three diverse sources which have created a positive impression in my mind about the subject that is to follow. 

First quote is by current RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in his FINS speech, 2009
"हमें permission  नहीं हैं रण छोड़कर भागने की. हमें permission नहीं हैं हारने की. भगवान की permission नहीं हैं. भारत तो कोई हरा या मिटा नहीं सकता. इसीलिए चिंता मत कीजिये. केवल इतना ध्यान रखिये की कैसे जल्द से जल्द भारत अपना पूर्ण स्वरुप प्राप्त कर विश्वगुरु के पद पर विराजमान होता हैं."
Second Quote is fron TV Series "Chanakya" which can be found here 
यदि प्रमाणित करना चाहते हैं आप अपने शास्त्रों की श्रेष्ठता तो आपको अपने शास्त्रों के अनुसार जी कर दिखाना होगा. समय के आघात का उत्तर समय के द्वारा ही दिया जा सकता हैं. भय यदि बल से हो तो निर्बल अपने शास्त्रों की रक्षा कभी नहीं कर पायेगा. और चुनौती अगर समय ने दी हो तो शास्त्रों ने कहा हैं की शास्त्र कभी कालबाह्य नहीं होता. दोनों ही स्थितियों में परीक्षा हमारी हैं. 
And the last quote is by Allama Iqbal's famous Tarana-e-Hind
कुछ बात हैं के हस्ती मिटती नहीं हमारी,
सदियों से रहा हैं दुश्मन दौर-ए-जहाँ हमारा.

The trigger for this article came long ago when I heard this lecture by Yuri Bezmenov, a KGB defector to USA, who was posted in India to carry out subversive KGB operations within India in 1970s. The thought has been developing in my mind for few years now and now slowly it is beginning to find an utterance. 

Fantastic lecture wherein the stages involved in subversion of a nation OR a society are nicely explained in sufficient details to model the scenario in India. Yuri here has fantastically explained the four stages employed by a destabilizing power. The four stages are as follows - 

1. Demoralization (lasts around 15-20 years)
2. Destabilization (lasts around 3-6 years)
3. Crisis (lasts around 3-5 months)
4. Normalization (indefinite until some sort of equilibrium is achieved, in other words, FUBAR)

When applying these four stages to Indian context on longer time-scale, there is a one crucial stage prior to demoralization. That is "Deracination". In this part of the ongoing "Imperium" series, I will lay out the theory which I will be using to elucidate how this 5-step process is being constantly applied to India.

Stage 0 - Deracination:

I have written extensively about Deracination of Indian society on this blog. The articles are chronicled under the label of "Deracination series" which can be availed by clicking on the link in red. The stage of deracination typically lasts as long as the ability of a target society to view the world through their indigenous glasses is lost OR compromised. As the word suggests, Deracination is a botanical term where we uproot a tree from its native soil/environment and plant it in foreign/different soil and environment. The uprooting of the tree and its struggle to find and grow roots in alien environment is what we refer to as "de-racination" in botany. 

This stage lasts for few generations and is not definitive. It involves inculcating false sense of history among the target population which alienates them from their native narrative, sowing seeds of doubt about the efficacy of native linguistic, religio-socio-judicio-cultural and politico-economic systems and institutions and then gradually replacing them with foreign systems. When completed successfully in target population, people lose their sense of direction and look at the newly established foreign institutions and world-views to look at the world and try to find the solutions through that frame of reference. 

Deracination is primarily applied, as stated in earlier paragraph, on religious, cultural, linguistic and historical narrative of a target society. The contexts of the words are changed and then distorted using translations and forcing natives to understand their history and society using foreign language (something which through this blog I too am guilty of, sadly). Fault-lines among various social groupings of the target society are identified and at times encouraged. Once the society (or at least section of target society) is deracinated for large degree, the next step of subversion is applied. Many articles are written on this blog regarding this point. Modern day philosopher par excellence, Shri. Rajiv Malhotra has written three books so far chronicling the range and extent and manner of deracination that has been applied to Indian society. The books are Invading the Sacred, Breaking India and Being Different. The readers are encouraged to purchase these books and read through them. They have been eye-opening experience for me. 

Stage 1 - Demoralization

Demoralization lasts of 15-20 years because that is usually how long it takes to subvert one entire generation of young minds. When applied from age of 4 (Junior KG) to age of 24 (Masters degree), a child will be programmed thoroughly to behave and make decisions accordingly for rest of its life. It is done by targeting the ideas, structure and life-style perception of the society. 

As seen in table above, subversion of religion include politicization and trivialization of religion. Hindu gurus are routinely ridiculed and castigated. To assist them, due to lack of educational systems which gave well-qualified spiritual leaders to Indian society, more and more half-baked so called "Gurus" are coming up which fuels this vicious cycle. 

Education is subverted by creating environment where child is unaware of its history nor is it capable (encourage humanities over pure-sciences and engineering for example. Modern Indian youth is woefully unaware of India's history, geography and civics because they were systematically goaded to keep such "non-useful" topics in option and focus on job-giving subjects and careers. 

The Mandalization of society and politics is epitome of demoralization which had severely hampered the relations between social-groupings in Indian society. Thankfully now that factor is slowly evaporating thanks to emergence of rooted OBC leaders like Modi. The less said about the sold out mainstream media of India, the better. Thankfully here too the awareness is on the rise among the young Indians. 

Creation of false heroes (Like Nehru, for example) has severely dampened the fighting spirit of Indian society and made it complacent and decadent. The Nehruvian over-emphasis on legislative rules over society's internal and inherent moral-rules has made India a land where there are too many laws but none of them are enforced. The latest movement for Lokpal is one such example where people were asking for another giant bureaucratic body to punish the corruption in rest of bureaucracy. Instead of relying on inherent moral-compass of human being, we are increasingly depending on legislative rulings of parliaments and courts. This is not a good sign. 

Gross negligence towards military upkeep of Indian army and serious mistrust between intelligence agencies and government (which surfaced in rather ugly fashion post 26/11 India) is a very deeply concerning matter which leads to serious demoralization of country. The negligence of past 10 years has lead to incursions of China many miles within Indian territory and India cannot do anything to stop it. All this leads to demoralization of Indian public seeing their territorial sovereignty being violated by Chinese at their will and India appearing so powerless.

This reflects in internal policy of minority appeasement by government because majority is beginning to be annoyed and demoralized towards the incumbent government. This in turn has a disastrous effect on the health of India.

The last but very important point which is significantly demoralizing India in past 20 years is emphasis of delhi-government to displace people from their villages to cities. One can understand the drive to move a segment of people out of agriculture as means of livelihood to some other sector. But the complete uprooting of families and castes  from their native villages to dilapidated homes and shanties in the cities is most brutal form of rape that the establishment is doing on Indian populace. This is festering problems which, when unleashed, will cause a wave too big for a state to withstand.

India has been targeted on all these counts for past 40-45 years. First 20 years by USSR and post 1990 by USA and the west. The result is deracinated and demoralized society which is ripe for destabilization and crisis. The soviet backed demoralization resulted in naxalism, emergency as part of destabilization and crisis respectively. The west backed demoralization post 1990 is yielding dividends now with maoism, Evangelism, Islamic terrorism, and emergence of anarchists within political spectrum which has eroded the very belief of people in democracy and Indian system.

Stage 2 - Destabilization

Destabilization lasts for around 5 years where the application of subversive forces become more precise and concentrated. The demoralization in previous phases forces the government to indulge in populist schemes which in turn ends up in concentrating power in hands of government. This slowly destroys economy and makes individual dependent on state. This has alternate effect on breaking of inter-personal bonds and family bonds. The Labor-Employer relations are tampered by means of strikes and the other extreme of contract-labor with no rights. All this leads to weakening of nation thus impairing its foreign and military policies. But most importantly, the trust of people on system starts evaporating which is the most important trigger for the next phase. When this mistrust exceeds a certain critical value, society plunges into crisis.

Stage 3 - Crisis

The stage of crisis is a high-energy flash-point which cannot last longer than few months. In this stage the faultlines meticulously sowed in deracination and demoralization stage  decades ago begin to erupt lava. The social-groupings begin to become confrontational where each group feels that they can survive and progress only after "defeat" of the "other". Here the "other" can be another social group OR government itself. To give example, the phases of Indian history just prior to imposition of emergency in 1975 was a crisis phase. Another such example is the year of 2011 in Delhi where public movements against government were raging and certain media houses were trying to equate it to Arab Springs happening elsewhere in the world. Once a society (or a section of society) reaches the stage of crisis, it inevitably leads to next stage.

Stage 4 - Normalization

Normalization is process where the high-energy state of crisis-stage is dissipated and equilibrium is achieved by "any means whatsover" and at "any costs whatsoever". Its a ironic term because Normalization entails one of the following three scenarios.

A. Foreign Invasion: Taking advantage of society (or section) in crisis a foreign power (usually the agent who caused deracination and demoralization) invades and occupies the country and installs its own system.

B. Civil War: in absence of any foreign invader, the social factions arm themselves and a civil war erupts until one of the side wins. In case of absence of clear winner, after plenty of time and blood is wasted, the country is partitioned.  

C. State clampdown: If government is strong enough, there is heavy clampdown of the trouble-makers (for government) which includes vast overrulings of civic-liberties and human-rights. State being the only "bully" in the town represses all the dissenting voices with utter force. In case state is unable to do so in time, the problems like Maoism, LTTE etc erupt. 


India has been subjected to all these 5 stages of subversion for past 200 years now post the fall of Maratha empire in 1818. There has been a constant fight between the deracinated, demoralized, destabilized section of Hindu society against rooted and proud and practicing section of Hindu society since 1857. The deracinated section of society has aided (willingly or unwittingly) the anti-dharma forces throughtout past 150 years. Their main opponent have always been nationalistic pro-dharma-forces in different shapes and forms places and times. 

As the pie of deracinated and demoralized segment of Hindu society is increasing exponentially post 1990, curiously the reverse is also being seen in Indian society. Many of those who were deracinated and demoralized are beginning to look at dharma with genuine curiosity. The hunger of this section of society to read, know and implement the workable dharmik models of dharma-artha-kaama-moksha aspects of human life is only going to increase. It is the duty of those who are rooted to come up with such socio-judicio-linguistic-politico-economic-cultural models of life. 

Dharma is the operating system of India. Its currently running on limited safe-mode. Time has come for development of its upgraded components for covering all operations required for a living, thriving and growing dharmik-society. India is slowly opening up again for reinstallation of Dharma. it won't be easy and without an uphill struggle. 

But then, if we won't claim our motherland, then who will?

उत्तिष्ठ भारतः !!!

Imperium - 2 - Evolution of the Good side

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This is second installment of the Imperium series which chronicles the evolution of the "Pro-Indic Forces" of India in past century.


1. Who is blocking the dynasty from coming to power?

2. The proxy "routine" was rerun post the assassination of MKG. This time time, the focal point was the pro-Hindutva forces. Like INC where people were removed in stages as a newer dimension of proxy was established, with Angry India >> INC. First triumvirate (lal-bal-pal) replaced by MKG.. Jinnah removed, Bose removed to propel the second triumvirate to power in 1947 (JLN, VBP, MKG).. MKG removed immediately, VBP died naturally, thus JLN remained the sole viceroy of India.

3. The story of how proxy continued in INC with IG replacing LBS, later RG replacing SG.. Later Sonia miraculously replacing the third triumvirate (Kesari-Sindhia-Pilot) propelling PG and RG (junior). The vazeer-e-azam, Sri A{c]hmed Patel, fulfilling the role of next "sayyid brothers", ruling on behalf of and entertaining the bumbling "Rangeele Muhammad Shah", high emperor of red-fort and India. 

4. Barring the third point above, rest of the story can be found elsewhere which I will not repeat here.

5. But India was never a "unipolar" entity. There was another force which was gathering strength, in spite of the repeated attempts by the proxies and the imperium itself to sabotage its rise. Someone had already hinted about it on this board. That force the continuum of Vijaynagar-Marathas-(Sikhs-1857)-revolutionaries.  This story is about how that force was suppressed time and again by various proxies at specific intervals.

6. I have put sikhs and 1857 in same bracket because of the unique relation which these two forces shared - a relation which can be used to explain newtonian third law of motion, rather evidently. I will not go into details, but these two resurgent forces were cleverly used against each other. 

7. As Shiv said recently in one of his posts, pakjabi mussalmaans never have ruled in history. I would extend that to entire Punjab region and not limit myself to Pakjabi muslims. I will give my reasons for that.

8. The land of Punjab is referred to as "Vaahik Pradesh" in Indian scriptures which translates literally to "land of rivers". Since elder days, Vaahik pradesh (similar to upper Ganga river region) has been divided into smaller "islands" making it difficult to cross and establish the power-continuum. Since Rigvedic days, most of these "islands of polity" of Vaahik pradesh preferred "republican" model of governance. While the east (Bihar aka Magadh) has been known for its imperialistic streak (since Jarasandha's time), VP retained its republican character for long.

9. Except for Harshavardhan of thanesar and Ranjit Singh of Lahore, there is no "well known" Punjabi "emperor" in annals of history. And apart from harsha (and Chandragupta maurya), no king based in Punjab ever ventured out of Punjab. This tendency of VP power centers to limit themselves. To be honest, it was after partition when so many punjabis (hindus and sikhs) had to migrate to inner India, that their "patriotism" blossomed even more. When Punjab was united and people settled, this "urge" to spill over in the inner India, whenever Inner lands were in trouble, is seldom seen in the power-centers of Punjab. This changed since the days of first triumvirate (Lala Lajpat Rai). Also many contingents from Rawalpindi participated in 1857's Mutiny.

10. The fate of "Sikh-1857" bracket was decided on 17-12-1805, when Ranjit Singh allied with British against Marathas, thereby India losing the "north" to EIC along with any prospects of getting it back. What political compulsions led to this event, let us not get into the details, but what is important is, MRS, like his VP predecessors, refused to step out of VP. Furthermore, MRS, though great, was an anomaly in history of VP and dharma, since the demography was already against dharma and MRS's lineage was unsuccessful in continuing his work and at least maintaining Punjab as last bastion of Dharma. This was the first instance in last 200 years when the consolidation of Pro-Dharma forces was sabotaged by the Imperium.

11. 1857 is well known. Parag Topé has written a good book on it. 

12. Various small rebellions were quelled through out India until 1885. I have spoken about few of them in previous part of this story.

13. With establishment of INC as first proxy, the excess pressure of Pro-Indian Forces (PIF) too began to mount. It penetrated the first proxy and facilitated the formation of first triumvirate, thereby making it necessary to bring in MKG.

14. However the brutal suppression of the PIF took place in the years prior to rise of MKG, in three epicenters of Indian resistance vis-a-vis Punjab, Bengal and Maharashtra. The simultaneous suppression of the "men of action", along with engineering events to force them out to do the "violent and liberating act" preemptively. This resulted in many commanders and "potential leaders" of India being killed OR rounded up and arrested OR exiled. The imperium did this serially, first to fall was Maharashtra, followed by Bengal and then Punjab. As the PIF in the region fell, the MKG proxy quickly moved in to fill in the vacuum. The imperial brutality convinced many (rather most) to join the bandwagon of MKG, if they wished to stay safe and alive.

15. But something happened which the imperium did not hope for. Even MKG's proxy began to develop cracks and newer generation "men of action" began to emerge. There were many responses designed and executed by the imperium against these new problems. One of them was to sow the seeds of dissent among the PIF. Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (VDS) was released from Kalapani in the attempt of sowing these seeds at the backdrop of Mopla riots in Malabar. VDS, just like SCB, was ardent supporter of replicating 1857 like movement where all Indians, Hindus and Muslims fought together to overthrow imperialistic yoke. All his thoughts, literature was indicating this mindset, making him, according to Imperium, an ideal candidate to sow the seeds of dissent withing PIF. Furthermore, he had "apologized" for his behavior and had requested to be transferred to mainland India. If grew too big, his "apology letters" would prove to be a handy too to distract public attention.

16. However VDS had changed while his stay in Andaman. He was no longer a dreamer in his mid 20's when he was arrested and sentenced deportation.  He was in his early 40's now (1924-25), having seen and learnt from his experience in Andaman with Muslim inmates, jailer and also Mopla riots and fiasco of Khilafat movement. He gave a word to PIF's political ideology - Hindutva and wrote a treatise defining this word. 

17. The writing of this book is one of the landmark events of Indian history which is highly understated. Within couple of years after publication of this book, one important organization was established in India which continue to have its domineering presence on Indian polity even today. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (The national volunteer association) commonly known as "RSS". 

18. Savarkar's definition of Hindu (although controversial and not universally accepted, not even by the RSS's first chief, Dr. Hedgevaar) gave a launch pad for the PIF in its new avatar. 

19. It was clear after fiasco of Khilafat movement, Mopla riots and increasing popularity of Mullahcracy along with steady blind eye that the Imperium and the proxies tuned against mullahs, that the nature of struggle was going to shift. The "Indian" core which was stable and active during 1857 to large extent and which was very painstakingly built by Marathas after death of Aurangzeb in 1707 by sacrificing themselves at Panipat, was divided into Indic and Non-Indic. The damage was already done and the Non-Indic component had acted, in accordance with Najib of Rohilkhand, and had already made a deal with foreign Abdali to defeat their fellow country men. Panipat was now inevitable. The only choice left was whether Indics will fight that war from position of abysmal weakness OR relative weakness.

20. For next 20 years, this organization spread rather rapidly in territories previously held by the Marathas. While this was happening, VDS was unconditionally released (in 1937) and became president of Hindu Mahasabha. By this time the demand for Pakistan was already made. 

21. The role of VDS on the events from 1925 to 1948 is difficult to describe. But his presence is impossible to ignore. Any one who wishes to understand India, cannot afford to neglect the thoughts and actions of this man and see what good and ill effects did he bring upon India.

22. Anyways, in 1948, MKG was assassinated by a group of young men from Pune. Most of them were associated with RSS and the HMS at some point of time in their earlier life. While the conspiracy itself was planned and executed by these guys, the influence of VDS is unmistakable on the thoughts of these men. 

23. The fact that the Second triumvirate (JLN-VBP-MKG) neglected the threat to MKG's life until it actually materialized makes it the next "biggest" blow to the PIF gathering strength. The CID had information a week earlier when they arrested one of the co-conspirators. Yet, nothing concrete was to done to stop this assassination. This also was one of the "self-goals" scored by Indics. 

24. The persecution of the PIF "commanders" by the "imperium" and the remaining two triumvirs was so large that the wings of executive arm of RSS were clipped off. They had to pledge themselves to the government of their "non-violent" and "cultural-onlee" role in order to sustain. The pogrom of 1946-52 was next big filter after 1905-1915 to clip the wings of "men of action" within PIF camp. 

25. The career of VDS ended here. He was quite old as well, and spent rest of his life writing and cautioning GOI about China, which was not heeded. Shyamaprasad Mukherjee (SPM) was eliminated systematically in the jail cell of Sri nagar. No one knew what happened to SCB. Other commanders of INA were also punished in spite of the "valiant" defense by JLN.

26. This turn of events forced the RSS to reinvent itself as a cultural movement and had to redefine the political thought as "integral humanism". Deendayal Upadhyay (DDU) was the last intellectual of this movement, worth its salt.

27. Golwalkar died in 1973, after steering the organization from one "prunning stage (of 1948)" to another (of 1975-76, the emergency). He successfully strengthened the roots of the organization. His is the period where the PIF saw emergence of two political ideologues B. Madhok and DDU. Under these two, their two great pupils starting rising to prominence. Lal Krishna Advani (LKA) and Atal Bihari Vajpayee (ABV).

28. Many great emerging leaders and activists of PIF were eliminated in 1975. Those who stayed, quite a few of them had "compromised". Just like 1948, the PIF guys of the era (RSS, JP, Lohia et al) had to resign from some of their "stances" and agendas in exchange of life (physical and/or political). Emergency was next big instance where the gathering strength of PIF was sabotaged again.

29. There are many sources which tell us the story of this "great pruning of 1975". The proxy (IG) and imperium were perhaps not at ease with each other due to some events that had transpired meanwhile. 1971 war and liberation of BD. 1974 smile of Buddha. Siachin. the heir apparent (SG) favoring US more than others and IG indulging. The cold war entered India in 1979 when Soviets invaded AFG and along with it started the decade long tussle to gain supremacy over the ruling dynasty of India. RG as PM was not effective at all. The PIF (now heavily communal, perhaps much more than pre-partition riots) started gaining strength again.

30. Shah-Bano, Shilanyas, RJM etc propelled the most "visible" political face of PIF to power. But this is when the next pruning happened. INC was now controlled for the first time since 1920s by a Non-proxy triumvirate. There is difference between being corrupt and being a proxy. However, when buddha smiled again in 1998, out of no where, the three are eliminated from world, SG made INC supremo and proxy is successfully installed which miraculously came to power in 2004 and has been in it, ever since.

31. The problem with having to gather strength and install proxy again and again, is that with time, people loose interest. Both the proxy and the PIF has lost its "efficacy" in the minds of people. one cannot say the same about PIF because it is a ever-reinventing itself. Vijaynagar to Anna-Baba duo.. But the problem of frequent reinvention is that lot of energy is wasted in making people aware that they are PIF. And in that process, many people compromise out.

32. The current proxy split Babaji and Annaji to ensure that they won't have to face the ire of both of them simultaneously. While they have succeeded, it is merely tactical brilliance. While PIF is not strengthening, Imperium is definitely weakening rapidly. And this is precisely the problem which India will face in coming decades.

33. The Rangeela Muhammadshah might sell out to western imperium OR ROP-lobby, in this tactical brilliance. Do we see a pattern here? 

34. Imperium here refers to Mughal-British-Dynasty power continuum operating in India either directly or via proxy. PIF refers to Vijaynagar-Maratha-(Sikh 1857)-Revolutionaries-nationalistic forces operating in India in various forms.

35. The Imperium will not do anything which is directly against the tradition of its predecessor. If doing partition was in interest of Imperium, keeping partition is in favor of imperium too. If dividing indian society to help rule India easily was in interests of Imperium, keeping those divisions and fostering new ones is in interest of ay iteration of imperium in any given time in near future. If deracination is in interests of Imperium, it will remain so, as long as Imperium (in any form calls shots).

36. Similarly, PIF changes with time. when a PIF component does not do what its predecessors did, one can safely conclude that the component has gone bad. Be it Holkar, Bajirao-2 peshwa himself, OR Godse, Bhindrawale or allegedly the patriarchs of BJP and the "team Anna". Most of PIF's interests are opposite to Imperium's interests and coherence with codes of Dharma. Any one who stands  for Dharma, he is the PIF in given space and time

Imperium -1 - The evolution of the dark side.

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Dear Readers, 

I have been wanting to publish this post and few others which are not written by me but by one of the illusive acquaintance. I have been trying to get in touch with him to ask from him the permission to publish this article and couple of those which will follow. I managed to get this permission after a long wait of more than year and half. I will be publishing them in parts under the series titled "Imperium". 


1. Why was INC established? - The shock and awe. The shock was repression of 1857 (in north), 1875-80 in Deccan. The awe was subsequent implementation of educational and administrative reforms which culminated in foundation of INC in Mumbai in 1885. 

2. Why 1885 and western India? because for short duration in 1882, Pune city and adjoining area was liberated by armed revolution of Ramoshi (later joined by many people) under leadership of Vasudeo Balwant Phadke. The expanse of this revolt spanned all over Deccan. 

3. Remember the scene in Matrix trilogy when Neo meets "the architect" in second instalment of the series. 

4. This second proxy was found inadequate with rise of Tilak-Pal-Lajpat rai. These people starting harbouring notorious men of action as their clout increased (Bhagat sing et al by lajpat Rai, Savarkar, Chaphekar brothers by Tilak, Aravinda Ghosh by Bipinchandra Pal). Savarkar in turn harboured the third "tier" of foot soldiers (Madanlal Dhingra, Anant Kanhere, Madam Cama etc). This, unless unchecked, would have led to 1857 redux by mid 1910s. 

5. What was the reason to be wary of the decade of 1910? Now in hindsight, we know it was WW1.  But the british empire of 1910 at the height of her military and imperial might shall see it coming quite earlier. The decisive shift was to be made in the "Vaishya" of Musalmans to Vaishya of "Christians". And among Christians, it would be continental europe (Catholics) against English (Protestants). The conquest of the Byzantium was what essentially important to secure the trade routes. 

6. The drawback of Indian part was the uprising was only spearheaded by "Brahmin" aspect of samaaj-Purusha and the Kshatriya (who was mostly used as mercenary) aspect was not much pursued. The Vaishya and Shudra aspect were totally neglected. An uprising, when of brahmin character, is intellectual, principled, often dreamy and away from ground realities. A predominantly Kshatriya uprising (1857) is gory, violent creates lots of fuss but may not be effective. The Vaishya uprising (as we are witnessing today with MMS's 10% growth hogwash), gives rise to mentality where everything is for sale and promotes and encourages "mediocrity" in society. On positive aspects, it increases the wealth pool of civilization. In Shudra uprising (in essence), there is plenty of emphasis on technological aspects but lack the understanding on how to fund that "technology", against whom to be used and "why". Shudra uprising also represent "mass-movement" when even the last man of society contributes. 

7. For the establishment of Dharma, there requires the "concerted coordination of these four forces" in a way that the best of all four is seen in that uprising. This explains "what went wrong" in many aspects of India's answer to Abrahmics (Vijaynagar-Maratha-Freedom struggle). 

8. The necessity to install a proxy within a proxy (in form of MKG whom Pal referred to as Papal autocrat) arose acutely. It is interesting to see how the "fledgeling industrialists" of India were encouraged to help MKG's cause without running out of money. How Bajaj was still rich along with many "Zamindars" who helped INC under MKG to make his cause appear "respectable enough (by means of "allowed propaganda"). Same goes with Birla. The Tata group was anyways away from all the fuss. These people were allowed to "invest" as they were securing the second tier proxy. 

9. The systemic problem which arose during first proxy arose again with rise of SCB. Now, SCB was thinking like Peshwa, savarkar, Dhingra, yet was a disciple of MKG and good friend of "Bajaj". Thus SCB represents the collaboration of "Brahmin-Kshatriya-Vaishya" networks of India's Samaaj-Purusha. What happened to him in spite of this is known to everybody. The "technology" aspect of Shudra was missing in all of these. For that, one needs patronizing Vaishya which includes their protection by Kshatriya which further means mobilization of Kshatriya by Brahmin. This time, however the need was more urgent (owing to rapid rise of third Reich). Hence SCB (and Jinnah a decade earlier) were systematically removed from the loop.

10. This gives rise to JLN. JLN is akin to pleasure loving Sultan who is an armchair visionary of some extent. Meanwhile the second Proxy (MKG) reneged from the promise and started 1942 movement. Thus, the quick-fix patch of Muslim-league was installed which demanded Partition. 

11. One has to remember that by the time MKG started his movement, the battle of stalingrad was going on. The fortunes of Hitler and quit-India movement in this period went down hand-in-hand. This battle was the breathing time for British when tide had turned in their favour already. They knew by february 1943 that it was matter of time when Hitler fell and Russia was ally. The worrying part was advance of Japanese with INA and SCB towards Bengal. If SCB reached Bengal, it would take no time to unsettle this carefully placed system. As someone has rightly pointed out earlier, the occurrence of 1943 famine coincides with this possibility. 

12. After 1943, the INC was beginning to "understand" the consequence of what might happen "if..." This understanding was lost from minds of India's policy makers since repression of 1857. This is when the third proxy began to rise (JLN, VBP). This proxy is predominantly of Vaishya-Shudra nature. No one in INC (IMO) understood the value of "real-estate" more aptly than Patel. This understanding of his is evident in the map of India that he created after 1947. This hawkishness is also seen in his opposition with JLN over JLN's Shikhandi-manoeuvres on cashmere issue. 

13. The defeat and capture of INA personnel and their "unsuccessful, but valiant defence" by JLN in court was used to whitewash the sell out of India (in form of acceptance to partition) which perhaps the INA chief and main competitor of JLN was unaware of. What happened to him is not known to us. But can we say this with certainty that it wasn't known to Indian army, hence British and subsequently JLN (on need to know basis)? I think not. If we assume (for sake of argument) that the fate of that man was known to british, how will a pleasure-loving armchair visionary sultan react to the prospects of loosing power?

14. The vision of JLN in terms of Shudra aspects (Technology, education to poor, overall socialist bent) is well known. He also successfully linked few Vaishya families to the cause of generating capital to create a pool of technologically competent Hindus. Since installation of this third proxy, there requires a necessity to have an inherent check on the system. The kshatriya and Brahmin aspect of society was totally suppressed by JLN. There was creation of "Jagat-seth" like Vaishya-Shudra nexus which somehow prevented the rise of Brahmin-Kshatriya. The bargaining power of loss of power over JLN must be higher in 1945, but quite lower in 1962. By that time, he was an old dying man who had his share of power and pleasure. Hence, when 62 came as a rude shock to him, he started empowering the Kshatriya aspect of society too. This includes (but not limited to) invitation to RSS contingent to perform parade on rajpath on 26th Jan. 

15. With Shastri coming to power rather "easily" and saying "Jai Jawan and Jai Kisan" this was the mark of a man having visions of Vaishya-Kshatriya nexus. This nexus is what we call as "Military-Industry" complex. Furthermore, he had nothing to lose. 

16. JLN somehow had somehow remained relatively neutral to USA and USSR. Shastri was way too much neutral and was perhaps acting against the planted agents by both these players in delhi. This is the interesting part to ponder upon. Why was Nehru allowed to go commie? out of everybody else, why USSR? What is it that USSR held that was so compelling that British allowed their "crown jewel" be penetrated by KGB? OR was JLN doing so on his own. But then considering what happened to his progeny who tried acting independently, I do not think he will do that entirely on his own. He perhaps convinced British something in exchange? Was any decision of JLN which favoured British few years before his implementation of 5 year plan (around 1948-49)? The answer is obvious, no. Kashmir issue. By 1950, Patel was dead and by 1951, first 5-year plan was implemented. I think since then the penetration of west began to decrease in India supplanted by USSR. 

15. The west has an interesting method of wresting control. The "old school" network. The universities like oxford and cambridge typically take up such potential leaders and their children to train them in the way which is "desired" for system to continue.anyways. 

16. Vaishya-Shudra reform by JLN completed the remaining leg of India's revival with beginning of IITs, DAE, Patronage of Homi Bhabha (whose death is similar to SCB and Shastri), Sarabhai. Why did Bhabha disappear? Was India going too fast on "technological" uprising which will lead to rise of "Brahmin-Kshatriya" nexus? It is wise not to type out the answers which are known to everybody. 

17. Post 1990, there is tendency to deny the shudra uprising in India as well. Only "Vaishya" is being encouraged. The technology (tejas, kaveri, missile etc) is all due to inertia. All the new R&D is somehow being sabotaged in name of foreign collaboration. This is how many indigenous programs were killed. Indian students from IITs and other good colleges start getting 6 figure packages when in 3rd year of their engineering in investment banking firms and IT-coolie companies. The 21-year old start enjoying life, forgetting the rigorous vows of brahmacharya which are essential to be disciplined and achieve excellence. note - Brahmacharya does not imply celibacy. It is natural to have sex, what is not permitted is to get carried away and breaking the disciplined life of a student. This is the bad news that there is now a fourth tier of "illusive world" draped in front of Indian eyes.

18. This is also a good news that there are 4 tiers of proxies which are activated now. INC>>MKG>>JLN, IG, RG>>Sonia. This is too much of "Maaya" for a thinking society like India. India is  today enjoying life and pleasure like Macchindernath was enjoying when he entered the body of king and forgot that he was Yogi. All it took was a call from his disciple Gorakhnath, and the Yogi in that Bhogi King's body woke up.