Date: 16/03/2015


by esteemed patriot (below) that made us THINK. He writes-

"Of all the organized religions of the world, women have perhaps the most important presence in our Hindu scriptures and are held up as ROLE MODELS."

This is a brilliant presentation on "WOMEN AS ROLE MODEL". How true!

First of all our own mothers, who bring us up with hard work, dedication and sacrifices, ought to be our role models. None on earth are more virtuous, committed and loyal. We are all proud of them.

Beyond individuals we have the community and then the nation. It is equally, if not more, important to have suitable people of calibre and genuine love for the others who should be holding these positions.

We cannot choose our mothers but fortunately we can choose our role models at community and national levels.

For this the requisites on OUR part are KNOWLEDGE and PATRIOTISM.

Our Bharat, up to now, has been most unfortunate in having role models over which we could only cry.

Take for example BOLLYWOOD. The Loafer Khans may be the idols and role models for millions of our young girls and boys but what kind of role models are they?

Then take our Prime Ministers- one after the other: The most important guy who had the destiny of our captive nation in his hands was Jawaharlal Nehru. So many roads, parks and localities (mohallas) are named after him, even schools and a UNIVERSITY in the capital.

What kind of a role model was he? He chased FOREIGN females including the wife of Viceroy and promptly agreed to the unconditional surrender of one third of Bharat to the enemy, simply to please her.

The second NATIONAL role model was his daughter. She was quick to renounce her Hindu Faith and embrace the "Mohammed of Mecca" while marrying Feroze Khan of Allahabad. Had she been a committed Hindu like most of us, and with all that political POWER, she would have seen Sri Ram Temple in Ayodhya come up in old glory within five years of her reign and also blasted Article 370 of Constitution in five minutes over which the whole of Lok Sabha (of "Jackals") has been so powerless for the last SIX DECADES!

Still aspiring to have a suitable role model for our youth we locate RAJIV Gandhi, playing permanent truant at Cambridge University in England . How he degraded all the NATIVE girls, even Hindusthan, is seen from the following anecdote:

When he fell in love with Sonia on FIRST SIGHT, he begged for her hand saying, "Marry me. Today my head is at your feet. Tomorrow the whole of Hindusthan will be at your feet!" She consented on ONE condition that he shed his bogus secularism and embrace her CATHOLIC faith to which he promptly replied, "I ACCEPT. My secularism is utterly bogus and I don't believe in it, nor did my father and grandfather!"

Thus came the high profile "role model" SONIA MAINO for all the Hindu girls, boys, parents, grandparents, professors, scholars, priests, editors, journalists and generals in Bharat.

The wives of Presidents ("Rashtrapatis") are also supposed to be ROLE MODELS for the nation, at least for the women and girls. How often do we see them in puplic, supporting some charities or visiting some hospitals? Only if they knew the social and welfare work undertaken by the Queen and her family in the United Kingdom, and the First Lady of the JUSA, our Bharatiya top lot would die of shock and shame.

One in particular needs to be mentioned for record: Do we know anything about the wife of the former President Kocheril Raman Narayanan?

"NO!" we take it as your answer.

She was a Catholic missionary in Burma before she "hooked" our future President. Her marriage to our "role model" (despicable Indian "coolie" Narayanan) was greeted personally by Nehru while in the same year an army captain who wanted to marry a Czech citizen was asked to resign his commission and "disappear"! We recall his sad face in tears, brooding alone while sipping beer in Queen Victoria Road Officers Mess, New Delhi.

He was told, "You will pose serious danger to national security due to your foreign wife!"

Last but not the least on the topic of ROLE MODEL we look at loafer RAHUL.

Since he aspires to be the next Prime Minister of India, let us ask him, "WHO IS YOUR FUTURE WIFE? WHERE IS SHE RIGHT NOW?" And, "WHAT IS HER RELGION since she will become the First Lady of Hindusthan and a ROLE MODEL for all the Hindus?"

Please read the "SUNDAY BLOG" below and try to COMPREHEND the IMPORT & IMPLICATIONS there-of.

16 March 2015.

In a message dated 15/03/2015 13:09:05 GMT Standard Time, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX writes:

My Sunday Blog.

March 15, 2015.


A role model is a person who inspires and encourages us to strive for greatness, live to our fullest potential and see the best in ourselves. A role model is someone we admire and someone we aspire to be like. We learn through them, through their commitment to excellence and through their ability to make us realize our own personal growth. We look to them for advice and guidance.

Many people have role models or people they look up to in their life. Whether it be an actress, super hero, sports star, a parent, a sibling, a friend --- They want someone to look up to, who has good values and a sense of honor and integrity, a person whose behavior, example, or success can be emulated by others. Some of our most influential and life-changing role models always starts with a teachers and that is none other than your own parents.

There can never be a perfect Role model or a good model of leadership in an organization or society because they lack flexibility or their failure to adopt to change. Role models have an astounding effect on the lives of young people in any society. He has the ability to shape their views, ideals, and actions. Their influence over the young people has to be tremendous. It is important for role models to be positive and responsible in instilling good morals and values because future generations are directly dependent on the role models of today for developing qualities of leadership.

There are many educated idiots presenting themselves as having the knowledge of all the rules and regulations running around as role models. It would be pointless to have a role model who knows less then yourself. The Role of a Society in our Communities is an essential part of any organizations because we all depend and interact with each other. Communities are groups of people that help an individual to learn and develop new ideas and to safe guard the culture and tradition.

The purpose of having a role model is to encourage and inspire you to improve yourself. If your choice of role model does not make you feel this way then it is best to choose another. It is important to learn about both the successes and failures of your role model. By learning about their failures you realize that they, like you, are only human and will make mistakes.

It is better to choose a role model who exhibits reliable competence and who has gained their position through dedication and hard work and who are most skilled. It is better to choose a role model who works hard and consistently for the success of the society rather than for his own ego. Your role models are simply there as a guide for you and not someone to imitate exactly. Do not follow them blindly. It is also important to retain your own individuality. Do not lose yourself in the attempt to follow the example of your role model. Adopt the characteristics you would like most to improve about yourself while keeping the rest of you as you are.

A role model should be someone that you admire in all aspects of their life and leads a healthy lifestyle.

Of all the organized religions of the world, women have perhaps the most important presence in our Hindu scriptures and are held up as ROLE MODELS.