Although the basic ethos of the country is derived from the ancient civilization, 800 years of subjugation has created various complex syndromes. Many people can't see any good happening in India. Newspapers give stress on reporting criminal activities than reporting positive news. We ridicule or own armed forces. Those who can ridicule our own country more, are treated as more liberal. We create false heroes if they are from minority communities, forgetting even their criminal antecedents.
Despite various setbacks and self-serving politicians and intelligentsia, the country has been making strong progress only because of India's vast and silent majority who strongly believes in the values and ethos of the ancient civilization. This silent majority has been gradually taking India to new heights despite so much negativity surrounding him. This silent majority will definitely take India to the pinnacle of glory.
On this auspicious day, let us recognize the power of this silent people of the country which firmly takes India to glory. Let us forget these self-serving politicians and intelligentsia for a while.
Let us discourage the negativity around us.
Caution: Explosive. Handle with care.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Freedom or independence whatever you call, really none of us have. In this country only one kind has independence. They are the politicians. They always play foul only. They think always about their power and how to make money? In this bargain they keep allthepeople at stake. The government servants who got their jobs under the reservation category, will make sure that their son will also get a seat in that category and also see that he will get a good Government job. At the same time a son of a agriculture laborer's son continue to do the same as his father. They don't even know the benefits they get. This is the situation in our country. So I feel real Independence Day can be celebrated once when these inequalities will go away and everybody will have equal rights and responsibilities.