HINDUS ARE ONLY GOOD FOR BHANGRAS
Muslims came to India with their village songs and blended Hindu Bhajans with Middle Eastern songs and created Ghazals and everyone sang them for the last 700 years and are still singing them. The main theme of gazals is “Pilaja (give me a drink)” because in their religious book you cannot drink alcohol. But there was no good alcohol available in India at that time.
Then the British came to rule for 200 years and they said, “Don’t worry, we have brought you scotch and beer, we will take your money while you enjoy getting drunk. Now you can sing better Ghazals and drink more alcohol”. The Muslims told the Hindus, “Don’t fight with us, you are loving people. We are strong.” Then when the British came they took away all the weapons from the Hindus and convinced them that they are the most non-violent people, and if they are struck, they should turn the other cheek. The Hindus responded by telling the British, “that our religious book, the Bhagavad Gita says, you should fight the enemy, but in your Bible Lord Jesus said, to turn the other cheek. Why don’t you turn the other cheek when you are struck.” The British explained to the Hindus “That the Bhagavad Gita says you should fight your battles internally and that is what your leader Mahatma Gandhi interpreted the meaning as. We are fighting to protect you. You’re best skill is to to turn the other cheek, do Bhangras and singing Ghazals while you enjoy our British scotch.” After the British ran away, the Indian Government is continuing to promote the message of the British and the Muslims because Hindus are accustomed to being told what to do and are proud of their meek and mild manners. Nice guys come last. There's a time to turn the other cheek and a time to stand up and be counted. May Divine Mother give some good sense to our people.
Bharat J. Gajjar