sunderblogger.blogspot.Indian mindset

Fantastic, it will be said. Not quite. Take, for example, the most noted Indian of his day- I mean Nehru. His fundamental reaction to life and thought patterns was Western, particularly British, ye he was no more an Englishman than I am the Kahn of Tartary. He was a complex personality, and affords the best example of contention. Nehru could identify himself closely with almost every type of Indian: he felt with the Naga like a Nage: with the Brahmin like a Brahmin: with the Muslim like a Muslim: with the untouchable like an untouchable: yet at heart he was non of these. What he was, you can be sure, he himself did not know. He has deep urges and large dreams that`s all. Here was our typically complex and contradictory Indian.
Sunder T- 20160729
Indian mindset

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