I am India


The other day my brother called from India and said he is speaking from his i phone. He said India has changed so much in the last ten years you know. I said yes! I totally agree and so have I. I have change and grown a lot in the last ten years too. As a matter of fact we all know change is the only constant and we Indians have adapted ourselves very well to the change in this new millennium. I love that Indian economy is growing. It is exhilarating to know India is one of the fast growing economies in the world and will soon be in the league of developed nations. How exciting and how cool is that?
Isn’t it amazing and thrilling to watch India grow and march forward with resilience, boundless energy, optimism and a hope for a better tomorrow. Well that’s where I come from and that’s what I am and that is what I represent.
I am thrilled at the knowledge of yoga, meditation, and spiritualism that is freely available in India for every citizen of India, every citizen of the world who ever intend to practice it and master it. Today I see India and I have always been unique ageless, boundary less, enthusiastic, fire, energy, growing, changing, adapting and loving the journey of life every moment and every day. I love my India in my own weird way. The girl from tiny town of Gadwal, sweet dreamer, the girl with long dark hair braided in to two that went to Agraharam School for fourth grade that argued almost every day with her best friend Sreelu that one day she is going to fly to far away land inside her heart will always be very much Indian, centered in the holy spirit of her country and loves her country and her family. Mother India is the best!

“Satyameva Jayate”

satyameva jayate nānṛtaṁ
satyena panthā vitato devayānaḥ |
yenākramantyṛṣayo hyāptakāmā
yatra tat satyasya paramaṁ nidhānam ||[2]

Meaning:

Truth alone triumphs; not falsehood.
Through truth the divine path is spread out by which
the sages whose desires have been completely fulfilled,
reach where that supreme treasure of Truth resides

-Mundaka Upanishad

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