Friday, November 27, 2015

My brief views on different topics in India and upcoming blogs

I was really busy with some personal problems and the hectic schedule of my work and studies till now so my apologies on not being that much frequent here as I promised earlier.

Now, as far as intolerance is concerned I will reply to all those people in my blog (I know it is too late and and again my apologies for my hectic schedule..) where I will surely demolish all the arguments. All I can say now is that bihar elections are over long back and this debate is rising day by day so it is PROVED that it was not done by congis for bihar elections to defeat BJP. It is a REAL ISSUE and bringing 1984 or kashmiri pandits to this is simply non-sense.

Regarding honorable PM :- my current views based on his actions till now after 18 months and not his speeches ...he is a nehru-indira wannabe and the biggest comedian of indian politics even more than lalu prasad yadav. If we want to improve our country in reality then the only way is by a proper scientific planning and progress of Science not some feudal understanding. i remember now, ummm it was him only right? who said that ancient india had plastic surgery because of the elephant's head in human ganesha... I mean the prime minister of the world's largest democracy has this kind of scientific understanding then it is SHAMEFUL!!

Regarding BJP/ShivSena/VHP/RSS etc. :- these are bunch of goons and jokers who were the british agents (except very few good people in them) in india till 1970's in India to divide it. Communal riots started happening in india only after the revolt of 1857 before that almost no riots was taking place in india (these are a form of a terror outfit with the mask of pseudo patritism. many people say that they helped india in the chinese war of 62. Well Jamat-ud-dawa also helped the flood victims in kashmir so they became patriotic? ) These guys carried forward that legacy undermining the constitution and the indian flag from day 1 of the independent india.

Constitution se yaad aaya..
These bunch of jokers have announced something like the national constitution day. Really? Someone please inform these ignorant fools to go through the constituent assembly discussions. 26th November was the day when the sabhapati mahoday of the constituent assembly signed this draft of indian constitution and it was announced that India will formally take this constitution into effect from 26th jan. 1950 so that it will coincide with the 26th jan 1930 of purna swaraj day. What law was governing India from 15th aug 1947 to  26th nov. 1949 and then to 26th jan 1950. It was the Indian independence act passed in the British parliament and India was operating via this law.
Hence, it proves that it is a stunt. NONE of these BJP people had any role to play at all in the constituent assembly.

I warned everyone on 16th may 2014 that You need maturity to do a real change. People ignored the fact that changing the tag from congress to BJP wont help much when more than 100 MPs were in congress just 2 years back. more than 70% of the allies were congress allies and on top that 69% of he country voted against you and you won by the simple British policy of divide and rule and Amit Shah is no way chanakya by doing that and it will be an insult to chanakya by comparing him with a joker like amit shah.

Regarding Indian Constitution :- I have been following this masterpiece from the last 2 years. I have a great respect and regards for the people in the constituent assembly and I am amazed by this brilliant book which was started by more of scientific and rational planning of things but today it really has exhausted itself and the purpose of this book is lost when we see parties like present day congress and present day BJP sitting in the parliament and making a mockery of this great book. This was never the purpose of the drafting committee when they came up with this masterpiece. But having said all that there are many feudal laws still in the constitution which SHOULD be challenged and removed in the 21st century.

Regarding GST :- Theoretically, it is an awesome step towards tax reforms in the nation proposed by Congress and opposed by them too just like the stand of FDI by BJP. Our taxation policy has so much of loop holes that it can be clear by just looking at the company named reliance who did not pay a single rupee of tax till 1996.

Apart from all these, My further incoming blogs will cover Language Debate (most probably a hindi blog post), NJAC, 66A, the Joker of Indian Politics from 1979 to 2015, The JP movement impact even today, Idiotic indo-pak fights/wars over a nonsense mountain terrain, Pakistan - a nation of barbarians, Nonsense Ram mandir movement and a lot more... stay tuned to AadiliA
thanks for the patience.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

The Game of Thrones of Bihar : - The GRAND ALLIANCE

If you catch the tail of the cow, all you get is dung not votes. This fits a lot to the central government of India. Today's result of the Bihar election showed that,
"Zinda Kaume 5 saal intezaar nahi karti - Lohiya"
I predicted this result 1 month back on my facebook. Many people mocked and laughed at my analysis at that time. I will explain what really happened in Bihar.

It all started with my city Ara. It was a rally of PM modi there. By that time, the battle was neck to neck between both the alliances. It was a complete chess game of politics at that time. The language that PM spoke in that rally hurt the people of bihar as a whole a lot. First he questioned the DNA of nitish kumar. Even politically, this was a big blunder that nitish kumar took complete advantage in his favour. Then in that rally itself he announced a so called grand package of 1 lakh 25 thousand crores instead of talking about special status to bihar. First, the way he announced, it was looking like he was bidding in an auction where bihar is getting sold. Then, the CM nitish kumar debunked the package that day itself and proved that out of the 1 lakh 25 thousand crores, 1 lakh 9 thousand crores are already in allocated budgets of the UPA thus proving that there was in reality NOTHING given in bihar.

After this, some incidents like mulayam singh yadav of SP left the alliance and here Nitish Kumar acted like a mature politician unlike the NDAs. In the NDAs, everything was happening top to bottom. Bihar is a poor state. The campaign of grand alliance was happening door to door on the other hand with a budget of some 100 crores in the whole bihar compared to the mega campaign done by NDA. On the common people, it created an impact of anti-poor sentiments. Local people of BJP like Sharughn Sinha was neglected completely. First mistake that the BJP did was formation of it's alliance partners. Now, on the other hand. Nitish and Lalu formed the alliance and shared the seats in the most natural way possible (101+101+41). They had only 3 parties in the alliance so the management was a lot easy for them. The alliance of the BJPs with Manjhi was a big mistake done by them. BJP entered the caste game in bihar in this manner.

After this incident, came the statement of Mohan Bhagwat on reservations. Reservations is a very sensitive issue across the country. This followed a lot of bloopers that BJP continues that can be just summarised in this pic. By entering the COW politics, they made a big error when Lalu Yadav photoed himself with cows and asked them how are the BJPs the protector of COWs?

Now, I was looking at my facebook timelines which is filled up with many BJP supporters. Some of them even said that,
"Apparently, Indians accept a certain level of corruption in places of power. This is what the victory of RJD appears to indicate. Only when it crosses a certain threshold people react."

I would respectfully disagree on that. The seats and the candidature of the MLAs were decided by the alliance and not by the individual parties. This was a big strategic move by them. Whereas BJP was acting immature. If one is saying RJD is a corrupt party then BJP was the most corrupt party (vyapam scam) at the moment, because it has also shown similar scams like congress. It was a vote to both Nitish and Lalu prasad. Just because RJD won 10 more seats doesn't give them the remote control. The seats were shared in that manner that no one party will get a remote control (101+101+41). Even congress despite doing well this time there have no say because it is almost a 3/4 th majority. Biharis have voted like this from the beginning. 

Now, modi was shouting slogans like, "Bijli mili" (did you get electricity?) and the fact of the matter is Rural electrification rate in bihar has been increased by more than 400%. So, these stuffs will obviously affect the ground voters. He gave a slogan of bijli, paani and sadak. and all three are already delivered by nitish in the last 10 years to a lot better than others. He told about jungle-raaj but if we look at the crime rates in Bihar, it stands at 22nd position nationally then how did it was a jungle-raaj? Also, those people who were abusing lalu etc. clearly had no ground reality knowledge of the reigns of jagannath mishra in 80s. Bihar gave the JP movement, the student movement in 70s and at that time those people from BJP like ravishankar prasad was working under lalu yadav as an assistant secretary only. 

This election implied two very important things. First is that, it increased the stature of Nitish Kumar as a humble and wise national leader taking head on to Modi. Second, it had proved that lalu yadav is still one of the smartest politicians of this country. Narendra Modi tried to copied Lalu's style of 90s politics himself, when he projected himself as a chaiwala in 2014. He made a big error by not even acknowledging his own involvement in the nitish's govt. and the change that was already brought in place. Many of the BJP people told that Nitish had aspirations of becoming a PM. Well, Yes! he had and what was wrong in it? He took a bihar of 2005 (which had some social justice but not economic) and brought it till bihar of 2013. (A big transformation), whereas Modi took a developed Gujarat and maintained a developed one! It was a logical aspiration even if it was. 

Also, due to 2002 Gujarat riots, modi had an image problem. he never took any moral responsibilities and resigned but instead he acted as a victim. Many people has misconception that supreme court gave him clean chit. Well, I suggest, they should read the judgement. On the other hand, Nitish kumar even resigned in his earlier days as a railway minister taking the moral responsibilities. He resigned as the CM after 2014 (which was a mistake as well as a political game!) after the mandate against him in bihar. This elections was a series of contradictions on both the sides but grand alliance had much lesser contradictions because of the background of two of the biggest leaders of bihar which has its roots from JP and Lohiya! 

I wish and congratulate Nitish Kumar for a decisive mandate and wish him to work in even a better manner that he is doing in bihar! :) 

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

The Game of Thrones of Bihar - Significant Personalities - "Dr. Raghuvansh Prasad Singh"

Welcome to my new series of blogs in AadiliA where I will take you to the high profile election of Bihar 2015. From the last one month I was thinking of writing on this elections and at first I thought of dedicating one of two blog posts on this elections. But now I realize that since my readership of the blog has crossed over 3000 and most of the readers are outside of bihar it is my humble duty to inform them of the situation in as much precise manner as possible. So, this is a bilateral election where two alliances (The Grand Alliance vs The National Democratic Alliance) are contesting for grabbing the throne of Bihar which is a combination of 243 small constituencies. So, it is precisely speaking 243 different elections merged together. Both the sides have both good and bad qualities and the contest is neck to neck till now. You will be meeting a lot of great political personalities who may not be that popular on TV but are really playing a lot of role in this elections. So, Let us welcome the first guest of this series, "Dr. Raghuvansh Prasad Singh"

It is a common belief in the India of 2015 that all the secular leaders are corrupt. If you are searching for a clean faced leader even in a party like Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) which is commonly perceived as a corrupt party due to Laloo's fodder scam case (that is a different story and I will cover it in the later blogs) then your search is over. He is the national vice-president of the RJD.

He has done his MSc. and PhD in Mathematics and was a professor of Mathematics in Goenka College, Sitamarhi, under Bihar University but he also has expertise in the rural and agricultural landscape of India. He could be a great education reformer due to his background of his studies. Very few people of bihar could dare to do phD at that time that too in a hindi medium Mathematics which is far difficult than the English medium.

He is one of the senior most politicians of the nation. As a fellow mathematician I can clearly say after watching his addressings in lok-sabha that he presents his words very logically and precisely with proper citations. One of his famous speeches was that in which for the first time he put forward the demand of the special status of Bihar in 2002 after which Nitish kumar carried forward this demand. Even if someone listens to that addressing today, it is clear the way he demolished some of the biggest frauds and prejudices about bihar. 13 years have passed but still that demand is not yet fulfilled. He won the Lok Sabha seat of Vaishali 5 times in a row though in the election of 2014 he lost his seat.

He is one of the direct products of the JP movement and was known for his calculative and precise approach in the agitation. In the RJD, he works as a think tank of Laloo Prasad Yadav. He is the behind the scene guy for the Laloo's success in the 90's and even after all the old people left Laloo after 2005, he still was one of the loyal friends of Laloo. During the JP movement he was dismissed from the university service at the time of Emergency and he was one of those active people in to lead the "Jail Bharo Andolan " ("fill the jails- agitation"). He is directly connected to the farmers of bihar and he is known for providing legal aids to farmers whenever necessary.

These are the various posts that he took responsibilities till now.

1973-77Secretary, Samyukta Socialist Party (S.S.P.), Distt. Sitamarhi
1977-90Member, Bihar Legislative Assembly
1977-79Minister of State, Power, Government of Bihar
1979-80Member, Committee on Questions and Calling Attention
1980-85President, Lok Dal, Distt. Sitamarhi
1985-89Member, Central Parliamentary Board, Lok Dal
1985-90Member, Public Accounts Committee
1987-90Member, Pratyayukta Samiti
1989-90Chairman, Library Committee
1990Deputy Speaker, Bihar Legislative Assembly
1991-94Deputy Leader, Bihar Legislative Council
1991-95Member, Bihar Legislative Council
1994-95Chairman, Bihar Legislative Council
1995-96Minister, Energy, Relief, Rehabilitation and Department of Official Languages, Government of Bihar
1996Elected to 11th Lok Sabha
1996-97Union Minister of State, Animal Husbandry and Dairying (Independent Charge)
1997-98Union Minister of State, Food and Consumer Affairs (Independent Charge)
1998Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
1998-99Chairman, Committee on Food, Civil Supplies and Public Distribution; and its Sub-Committees on Department of Food and Civil Supplies; Department of Sugar and Edible Oils; Department of Consumer Affairs; and Department of Coordination
Member, General Purposes Committee
Member, Committee on Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLAD)
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Agriculture
1999Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (3rd term)
1999-2000Leader, Rashtriya Janata Dal Parliamentary Party, Lok Sabha
Member, Committee on Home Affairs
1999-2004Member, General Purposes Committee
2004Re-elected to 14th Lok Sabha( 4th term)
23 May 2004 - 2009Union Cabinet Minister, Rural Development
Vice President, Parliamentary Forum on Water Conservation & Management
2009Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (5th term)
Jun. 2009Member, Panel of Chairmen, Lok Sabha
6 Aug. 2009Member, Committee on Estimates
31 Aug. 2009Member, Committee on Home Affairs
19 Oct. 2009General Purpose Committee

He did amazing job as minister of Rural development and is probably the most knowledgeable persons among all the politicians fighting in bihar. For 5 reigns in Lok Sabha he represented the seat of vaishali. This may turn out to be his strength as well as weakness in this elections. I am saying weakness because he was disconnected from assembly election issues for a long time. He lost in 2014 by a huge margin from Rama Singh who is clearly not even an inch of his stature. The main reason behind that was the splitting of his votes among other dummy candidates and the bahubali attitude of Rama Singh and not to forget the marketing of the present prime minister Narendra Modi. Still chances of his winning his seat this time is much higher.
Few days back he was in some controversy where he proved that some saints and sages as per Vedas used to eat beef. I won't talk much about the beef remark but in my subsequent blogs I will prove that one of the biggest mistake that BJP did in bihar was doing beef politics.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Religious Bigotry:- "The Bloody Legacy"

In the words of one of my favorite authors and fantasy writer George R R Martin of the Game of thrones,

"History is written in blood".

Yes, we read history so that we dont repeat out past mistakes again and again and thus people stop killing each other. But it seems that a lot of stupid people always want to be a part of history. Today we are suffering from insanity. What is insanity? It is doing same thing again and again and expecting a different result. Today as an atheist for the first time I will voice my opinion publicly without fear on my blog. If anything happens to me like someone beheads me or kills me using a trishul or kills me in any manner they are welcome to do so. I am waiting for them :).

Every religion axiomates itself of being the best but the truth is no religion in this planet is even slightly near to something good. I will start with my childhood stories and thus my ex-religion  so called most peaceful Islam. In my childhood days I was filled with the stories of valor of the Islamic forces in the battle of badr. I was taught books of Urdu which contains long stories completely one sided and claiming how the angels like Jibreel (or call him Gabriel whatever you wish) came from the heaven and helped the forces of Muhammad against so called infidels. These were the stories taught to me when I was some 5 years old. I still at that time had a criminal mind and I began questioning at the age of 10 and above because till that time (even till today) I never witnessed any "magical" things at all. When I used to ask too many of the questions, I was silenced using the horror of hell-fire. It was literally a child abuse at that age. I had sleepless nights thinking about Jibreel and his magic and I could not tell anyone about that. Today when I have played the civilization game it is completely clear that when you have a good tactical battle plan and even if you have a comparatively very small army, you can still defeat the opponent having a large army. By the way according to my personal opinion, this was the first instance of Islamic terrorism. This battle had been glorified with all the onions and salts and chilies in Quran with angels and heaven and hell and what not. Obviously, when I came to my senses, I know that this religion claiming about some intelligent design is fake thanks to Darwin's Evolution also. I dont hate Muhammad. I admire his excellent battle skills as a battle commander but I will never commit to his stupid theories though I do the fasting of Ramadan and give Zakaat because this gives me a great practice on anger management. Today 14 years back WTC was attacked by some fools and idiots who thought they were doing something for some heavenly body out there.

But now I will move to other religions, let us take the so called most tolerant Hinduism. If you really want to know about these fanatics, then just go to that page named The Frustrated Indian on facebook and look at the comments on this page. That guy is hilarious when you hear his illusions. So, Hinduism claims that you can worship anyone. Yes, you can worship the sun, the moon, the river, even the cow and mostly some stones. So, at first instance, I thought okay that means everyone is a Hindu in this planet. Great! So now those people who are praying in a temple to some stones are Hindu. People who are praying in mosques and churches are also Hindu (tolerance, right! everyone). People who are worshiping cows are also Hindus, people who are eating cows are also Hindus. What did you say? NO! why? See, this is the problem of this hypocritical definition. Now, I will take you to some stuffs were the most elementary knowledge of logic will fail. Now, these religious beliefs are bit more ancient. Let us take Ramayana or Mahabharata. As an epic fairy-tales these books are awesome even better than the level of Game of thrones. I will ask just one question! How many innocent lives were lost in those wars? It was a feudal system of monarch. Isn't it? So, obviously it is a form of dictatorship! These were taught to me by a lot of my elementary school friends and their parents. Here also similar glorification of these fictional characters are done. Here also there is a heaven and a hell and again children are abused in their childhood emotionally. These monarchical wars were the instances of Hindu terrorism according to me. Today this terrorism has virialized itself in a large scale across the community. Just go to any page of the BJP/RSS/VHP on facebook and look at any random comments. You will get a general idea of the mentality.

Let us come to Christianity/Jews etc. So, I read bible too. And the best description of old testament is given by Richard Dawkins in the book God Delusion

"The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully."

This did not come out of the blue. Rapes, murder of children are things which are justified here. Free thinkers were massacred during the crucifixion. And after the exponential growth of jesus followers, A global scale massacre happened. This was christian terrorism.

Every religion is a product of some mass murder. There is a legacy where blood are spilled and people die for no reason. Religion is motivated by politics all the time. It is about who is taking power. I just focused on the terrorism that religions have caused and still causing today. But even a standard 3rd student can rip apart any religion and prove that these religions are FAKE. I mean really! this is hilarious. I did not even spoke about other stupid notions in all the religions. I have no idea whether to cry or laugh at this. Today, in the modern world religion is also motivated by business apart from power politics.

Lastly, I want to state on record that personally I do not respect a single religion in this world. I consider all of them as artificial fairy tales. No religion has done anything to achieve some respect. All religions promote killings and terrorisms. Still after reading this till now I expect the reader to listen to her or his instincts and use her or his common sense while thinking on religion.

you may kill me now if you wish but I thank you for reading this.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Teachers :- How India treats them

Today is teacher’s day. A very happy teacher’s day to all the teachers who guided me till now and nurturing me to what I have become.  I have seen a lot of messages floating around the social media of how great the roles of teachers are in a person’s life. Well, every person knows that so I won’t bore you with the classic textbook messages. Today I will be talking about the real condition of teachers in India. I was in class 4th (it was 2001 I guess and I was the 8 year old kid) when one of my cousins asked me in front of a lot of relatives what I want to become when I grow up. I told them that I want to be a teacher. He asked the reason for it, I replied, "Because, Teachers know everything". They all laughed at me and started making fun of me. They told, it is such a boring and dull job and you will always have to check a lot of copies. Clearly, that was a really prejudiced comment but sadly, today I feel that a large part of our country feels the same way. 

On the day of teacher’s day we flood our Facebook and Twitter with a lot of great messages for our personal teachers but we very hypocritically forget that after the next day similar to the thing that we remember nationalism only on 2 days of every year. Everyone praises their teachers today. Called them up! Wished them! Showed them a great deal of respect. Google puts a very nice doodle to celebrate. All that was really nice and yes we are all are literally fortunate to have such awesome teachers all around us. Many of our presidents were very good teachers! So, when I look at the social media, I think we are "Celebrating" teacher's day with great pleasure! But let us face some facts which slaps us everyday but yet we choose to ignore it from our life!

Without the loss of generality, I want to ask, when the word "teacher" comes to an average layman Indian in today's 2015 India really visualize a teacher? A man or a woman in a decent middle age with a chalk near a black board. If you are a bit conservative, then you would probably visualize the teacher as someone very strict and if you are a liberal then you will visualize the teacher as a very flexible and friendly with student type. But is this really true? Even a 5 year old kid becomes a teacher of his father when he asks some stupid childish question to him and the father has to come up with some creative answer with a smile. We make a very big mistake to link teachers limited to only academic fields. We have coined other terms like coaches/guides for the teachers who work in other fields other than academia but they forget that coaching or guiding someone is just a part of teaching not the whole of teaching. It is similar to the mentality that many people think that Mathematics is just calculations and arithmetic but they forget the part that Calculations are a part of mathematics not the whole of mathematics.  

So, now I want to ask, do we really value the profession of teaching in India? I have seen a lot of really passionate teachers in my life both in my school and college life but does an average Indian boy or a girl particularly if he or she belongs to a poor background and goes in a government school, does he or she gets such awesome teachers as I got? I really doubt that! Today Education has become one of the biggest firms for revenue in India. I will state the example of my town only here. Take a look at the town Ara. It is a small town and you can literally visit everywhere here in less than 6 hours using a bicycle only. Take a bicycle and start riding and I bet, every 500 m you move, you will either see a poster of a coaching institute or a board of a private school. Literally everywhere in this town you will see the same thing and this is happening from the last 10 years. What should be the most logical conclusion a person should derive from all this? So many teachers? Ara must be shining in terms of Education!! But, tell me how many of u readers who are not from Ara even know about this small town achieving something of significant good in terms of Education? I guess most of the cities in India revolves around the same culture these days.

In India, we have a coaching culture! Schools contain usually a very poor student teacher ratio, and then it is sensible from the parent's perspective to look for a coaching or tuition teacher. I am not saying this is not happening in other countries but I am just focusing on the merits of this culture! Is this a good culture? Well may be if those "teachers" were actual teachers!! Exactly! Most of us in India go for a teaching job only if we fail in every other thing! That is not what I think but it is the general mentality in India. Government funded schools education system is almost broken completely in India. But when it comes to coaching, we have classes for everything, everywhere! 

Why has this hypocritical culture developed in India? Because we dont treat our teachers well in India! Yes, why did my cousin and the relatives laughed at that proposition of mine becoming a teacher! Because they actually portrayed the real mentality of us. We insult our teachers on a daily basis! We dont want to be a teacher! We will like to be respected as an engineer or a doctor or an entrepreneur or a manager or some civil servant or some army officers or some sports personality. I am not saying we lack passion for teaching. First of all I will classify teachers in mainly three categories namely passionate, average and deliberate. Unfortunately the third category of teachers hold the majority of places in the teaching sector of India. 

So, how can we improve this situation in India! First of all we need to promote teaching as a great profession as it really is! I wish that the idea proposed in the movie, "Aarakshan" to be launched as soon as possible. The idea is to include teaching as a part of the "services" in India instead of jobs. We have four very prestigious services in India which are namely the Indian Foreign Services (IFS), Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Police Services(IPS) and the Indian Revenue services(IRS). On these line there should be another prestigious institution set up which may be termed as the Indian Teaching Services (ITS). UPSC can itself recruit passionate teachers by conducting proper competition exams not just written but also by actually interviewing or properly judged by a panel of passionate teachers or Professors. There already are small scale training for teachers happening across India. But at this hour there is a need to campaign it in a large scale and that will certainly happen when we recognize teaching as a service and not a job. 

At last I want to say that I still want to be a good teacher but I lack a lot of qualities like patience etc. which a teacher has, so probably I wont make a good teacher but certainly if teaching will be really respected in a country of our potential, we will be a much better country. 

Thanks for the patience of reading this. 

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Redemption :- Aahil and Sanam

So after a long long time I am again back at my blog. Probably at the end of this blog post the reader will hate the central character a lot but I simply dont care anymore just like George R.R.Martin. I will face whatever comes in my way smiling. I will share this "fictional" story here in the context of India.

Today Aahil the 22 and half years old guy is feeling ashamed of what kind of man is he. He let down everyone even Sanam who thought of him as the perfect person and he hurt her so badly. It is Sanam's birthday but Sanam hate even the mere presence of him. Sanam hated the word "Aahil" and she hates everything  that reminds her of Aahil. First of all Aahil feels that he is probably the luckiest person on this planet. He was born on planet earth. Merely getting born here has a probability of less than 1/(4 trillion). So, yes he is really lucky to be here on planet earth. Then he was literally lucky to have got such an awesome parents who have brought him up in such a nice manner. He always tried his best to make them proud but unfortunately failed at every aspect of his life. He was a below average student in his school and the same happened in his college time. He tried his best under those given scenarios but he failed literally every time. In his thoughts he is just apologizing to his parents for letting them down every time and not fulfilling their expectations.

Let us go back 3 years... Flashback...

This story is plotted in the year 2012 of the English calendar on planet earth. Aahil was terrified and literally shattered in to pieces when he found out that the girl he was "in love with" from the last 5 years came to his life some months back and used him as a rebound and then vanished from his life like ... "poof!" gone leaving him "alone" to face this monstrous world. He met Sanam through facebook at this moment. Sanam requested him to be a member of his personal group. This was a long distance relationship.

Sanam is a cheerful and a beautiful girl. Sanam was too struggling in her love life in 2012. Till now she met many guys but all the person that she met objectified her. Those guys never treated her and gave her the respect she deserved. And In this way Aahil and Sanam met each other two souls collecting the pieces of their shattered broken heart met with each other. They exchanged their contact numbers. Sanam and Aahil used to share everything with each other and within months they became very close friends. They used to help each other in getting over the past. Aahil was an atheist and his parents were Muslims but the girl that Aahil loved was from Hindu religion. This was seen as a crime in India. Sanam never cared about these petty things. Aahil loved the logical understanding of Sanam. Sanam used to suggest him various ways in which he can get back that girl. But after a year Aahil gave up. Sanam made him realize about his own self respect and thus Aahil got over that girl.  Meanwhile Sanam too became single and thus marked the beginning of a beautiful and epic love story of Aahil and Sanam

Apart from these things Aahil and Sanam had an awesome chemistry among them. Aahil used to complete the sentences of Sanam before even Sanam used to say something. But all these things apart both of them were still just friends. But soon both of them developed soft corners for each other. One day Aahil broke the silence and thinking that Sanam was sleeping (which Sanam was not) and Aahil in his emotional flow admitted that he loves Sanam on that night of the valentine's day 2013. After that night both Aahil and Sanam pretended that nothing happened that night and were still talking like friends for 4 to 5 months

It was Sanam's Birthday now 30th august. Aahil called her and they both again as usual forgot about the world outside and got lost in each other's world. Sanam asked him a question.

S:- hey, tell me one thing! Do you have feelings for me now? Be honest!
A:- Are you mad? how can it be? I love ***** (that girl) na. I still love her.
S:- Really?
A:- Yes
S:- Okay!
(after 4 hours of talking)
A:- I love u Sanam
S:- I love u too
A:- see... i told u na..
S:-No, Tell it with feelings na..

But wait this story does not revolve only around the idea of intimacy. Both of them were responsible to their families too. Aahil always used to tell Sanam about focusing on studies etc. Sanam was Aahil' s support before every exam. Something changed. That below average guy started performing above average in the exams and Sanam too started doing well in the academics. Both of them were enjoying their time of lifetime. Sanam was preparing for her job interviews and Aahil used to be her strength and Aahil used to prepare for his higher studies and Sanam used to encourage him here. But all these happiness were until then Sanam tried to tell this to her parents and others and then the bomb exploded.

Suddenly Sanam realized that nobody will approve their relationship of different religions. Aahil told her to think logically and stay with her. Aahil assured her that nothing will happen if they both stayed together. Aahil also faced similar things at his family's response. Both Aahil and Sanam loved their families and both of them were struck in a dilemma now. Aahil thought that Sanam was giving up at this moment. Aahil became scared and thus Aahil pretended to Sanam that he is going to die very soon. In reality he was not but just to get Sanam back on the love track Aahil pretended that he will die very soon. Sanam came back fully focused on Aahil now. But then again when things became normal the same family drama started. Aahil again did the same thing. Aahil hated doing these things but he sacrificed all his ideals just to get Sanam. Sanam blindly trusted him every time and came back. This continued for four months. After that Aahil got caught in this emotional blackmailing! Sanam hated him now. Sanam cut off everything from him rightly so. Today Aahil again tried to contact Sanam but Sanam cant talk to him probably too busy with her family now. Aahil is still thinking that he wished he would have shown some patience at that moment.


Now, it is a period of Redemption and everything of Aahil's life is dependent on a mere chance of probability. Aahil knows that this probability is definitely greater than the probability that the was born. So Aahil now relies on all the memories that Sanam gave him. In the modern world many will call him mad. Now, it is upon the reader to decide, whether he is mad or just....

"These so called laws and culture and rituals and religions of society hold true only till you are poor and weak- AA"