This is Mecca
This is Medina
This is Al Aqsa Mosque
Above are the Top three Holy places of Islam.
These are considered as Heritage of Islam and their beauty is impeccable. We are awed by its beauty and the historical narrative which has taken place within these majestic buildings.
The prestige of a religion is often connected to the visual images of the holy sites.
These are not merely buildings but a symbol of their Religion and the faith of their followers.
And it should be because in every religion allmen have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own conscience. No person shall be compelled to attend, erect, or support any place of worship, or maintain any form of worship, against his consent.
Now we have this also
Ram Janambhomi Temple (Birth place of lord Rama)
Krishna Janabhomi temple (Birth place of lord Krishna) and Shahi Idgah Mosque constructed over a part of Krishna Janam bhomi temple
This is Kashi Vishwanath Temple remains and Gyanvapi Mosque over it, though a new temple is constructed but not in its original place and without original Shivlinga.
The above mentioned three sites is like mecca and medina of Hindu religion.
Now anything which I will write will be considered Fascist or a sign of Hindu Extremisim or Intolerance.
But one thing ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’
I am secular….
Let me make things simpler for you. Let us assume there are 100 eligible voters who will be voting in 2019 General elections.
- So, according to the Forbes report 2017 (July) 73 people have faith in current BJP government.
Government trust levels are generally determined by whether or not people consider their government stable and reliable, if it’s able to protect its citizens from risk and whether it can effectively deliver public services.
- More than 60 voters are currently living in BJP (BJP alliance) ruled states.
Going by the Census 2011 data, the NDA states’ population tally (740.1 million) is now nearly seven times that of the states ruled by the Congress and its allies (107.2 million).
Considering the mean of 73 and 60, more than 66 people are going to vote for BJP. Removing another 6 people, considering political uncertainty and inconsistency, atleast 60 people are going to vote for BJP.
In 2014, BJP got 31.3% Votes and got 51.9% seat share in the house [Interestingly, Congress with 19.5% votes got just 8.1% seat share in the house]. In order to become the official opposition party in India, a party must gain 10% of the seats (54 seats) in the LokSabha; however, the Congress was unable to attain this number. Considering political mathematics, absence of official opposition and Modi’s increased popularity, even with 50 people (50% vote share) will result in 70% seat share (380 seats out of 543) for BJP+ (NDA).
So even a Mahagatbandhan (with lack of official opposition) is unlikely to turn things around!
Further read- Arpit Tiwari’s answer to Why do people hate Indian National Congress?
Q : How does it feel to meet Rahul Gandhi?
A : If one gets an opportunity to meet to a person from the Royal Gandhi Family, one would expect a lot of information about the glorious past and vision of Modern India or what the India would be after say, 50 years.
Rahul Gandhi is blessed to have birth in the family which has great political background – [going in reverse order] – Rahiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru – Motilal Nehru etc. The family has always been associated with great and famous personalities from time to time.
However, even after keeping aside all the political prejudice and persona bias if I notice the way he behaves or speaks in general, I get disappointed. This 47 year old kid really does not have political maturity and really does not deserve to claim a member of Gandhi dynasty.
His recent comment that M K Gandhi, Nehru and Ambedkar were NRI. What value does it really add to the pathetic position of his political party today OR to him as a person? Nothing, in my opinion. Rather a doubt naturally comes to my mind as to whether he knows the very basic concept of NRI in legal context? Yes, Dr. Ambedkar had stayed outside India for higher studies. When the same Ambedkar gained some social weight in India, the INC under leadership of the great M K Gandhi had opposed him a lot and the socialist J M Nehru did not support Ambekar then. Will Rahul Gandhi throw light on such historical facts. His mother had openly said lies in the lower house of the parliament that INC always respected and supported Dr. Ambedkar.
After all, it depends upon interest of the person and sources of his knowledge –
Better have a beer or a cup of tea … instead of inviting further frustration!
Source: Question from Quora.com