Namo Mantra-Ram Bana For Indian Economy
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PREFATORY NOTE SANJAY S MRIGTRISHNA Will ueks Mantra Help Although relatively well off materially, and also not a mere pawn spiritually, Sanjay Khan had left India temporarily out of sheer disgust . He felt dismayed and pained at social differences and social divisions that obtained. Not that he was shirker, not that he had no positive ideas that could change India. He had intellect,. He had resources. He interacted with gurus and soothsayers. He consulted astrologers . He had his cups of coffee with media and political class. Left with no hope of economic and social resurgence he packed his bags and left for cool waters of the island called Timbektoo. He denied himself the access to internet. He loved isolation. News features relating to India were strictly no for him. But he continued to be in turmoil, given his love for and longing for his motherland. 300 WEEKS OF ISOLATION But Sanjay Khan was not alone in this state. Millions in India suffered from this syndrome. Of course, not many were in a position to do what Sanjay did. Sanjay was optimistic. He believed in Geeta quote in Sanskrit . And the inevitable made its presence felt. Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Anna Hazare, and then Arvind Kejariwal. But these events could not strike at the foundations of the sound walls that the persons with vested interests had build around themselves. More cause