Breaking India

The Strategic Ploy Against Hinduism by Churches, Academics and More.

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Breaking India

This book focuses on the role of U.S. and European churches, academics, think-tanks, foundations, government and human rights groups in fostering separation of the identities of Dravidian and Dalit communities from the rest of India.

The book is the result of five years of research, and uses information obtained in the West about foreign funding of these Indian-based activities. The research tracked the money trails that start out claiming to be for education,human rights, empowerment training, and leadership training, but end up in programs designed to produce angry youths who feel disenfranchised from Indian identity.

The book reveals how outdated racial theories continue to provide academic frameworks and fuel the rhetoric that can trigger civil wars and genocides in developing countries. The Dravidian movement’s 200-year history has such origins. Its latest manifestation is the Dravidian Christianity movement that fabricates a political and cultural history to exploit old faultlines. The book explicitly names individuals and institutions, including prominent Western ones and their Indian affiliates. Its goal is to spark an honest debate on the extent to which human rights and other empowerment projects are cover-ups for these nefarious activities.


 
 
 
FAQs about Breaking Forces
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Aryan Invasion Theory

Aryan Invasion Theory False

Aryan Invasion Theory Opponents

Nicholas Kazanas
T R S Prasanna
Michael Danino
The Myth of the Aryan Invasion – Amrita University
Questioning the Aryan invasion theory | Teacherplus
David Frawley

https://www.vedanet.com/the-aryan-dravidian-divide-is-a-political-myth/

Subhash Kak
Vivekananda Kendra Prakashan
Stephen Knapp
B.B. Lal
International Conference on Revisiting Indus-Sarasvati Age & Ancient India
Rajiv Malhotra
Klaus Klostermaier
Virendra Parekh Vijayvaani
Dr. S. Kalyanaraman
Harvard University�s international scandal unravels a global Hindu conspiracy
Adam Kennedy
Dr. Dinesh Agrawal
Vishal Agarwal
Dr. Ramesh Gampat
Francois Gautier
Sri Narasingha Chaitanya
Kamal Thakur
The Spiritual Scientist
Desh Kapoor Patheos
Dr. JB Ratti
Prasad Gokhale
Ram Lingam
Dr. Madanlal Goel
Prabir Purkayastha
Bhagwan Singh
Come, and let us create a Mahan Bharat
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Suzanne Marie Sullivan
Rajiv Srinivasan
Yvette C. Rosser
Shadow Warrior
Hinduism and Sanatana Dharma
DieHardIndian.com
Hindu Online
VloK
Hindu Wisdom
Sandhya Jain
Bharat Vani
Quora
Voice of Dharma
Varnam
Slidelegend
I am no Peter Pan
Voice of Dharma
Hindu Janajagruti
Pakistan Defence
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Shrikant Talageri
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Chaitanya Charan Das
Raj Vedam
Indian Civilization: Part 1: Genetic History of India

Dr. David Frawley
Genetic Markers
Dr. P. Priyadarshi
Media
 Aryan Invasion Theory Proponents 
   Hindu Jewish summit 
    Summit organized by Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha 
                                   
The main purpose of the joint Hindu Jewish summit and its declaration was to explain stereotypes, false stereotypes, misinterpretation, and distortion of Hindu religious symbols and philosophy and reclaim it. Rajiv Malhotra explains… how the appropriation of Sanskrit, the idea of Arya, the whole Sanskrit Vedic tradition into a distorted account of
history (by Europeans) led to quite a catastrophe. He gives correct meaning of Swastika, criticizes the idea of Aryan Invasion Theory and says,”we rather than living in the fear of symbols that have been misused we should reclaim those symbols. We should educate them that this is a wrong  use of symbols.”
RM speaks about the summit
Called svastika in Sanskrit, it is an ancient symbol of auspiciousness in HinduismBuddhism, and Jainism.
 

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  • The USCIRF is a little more than a US busybody created to appease the US evangelical fundamentalist lobby. The US government uses USCIRF when its recommendations are in tune with its national interests and foreign policy. 

USCIRF is a watchdog organization in the US that allegedly monitors religious freedom across the world.  It works closely with the US government. It actually advises the President of United States of America on matters relating to International Diplomacy, Policy & Security under the garb of ‘International Religious Freedom’. It primarily monitors countries where Christian evangelicals are not given unfettered privileges and government support to convert people to Christianity in those countries en mass and when these countries do not provide such support to the church and the predatory evangelical organizations, it puts these countries in a blacklist.

 
It’s an organization that uses the Goliath US government’s institutional machinery for the purpose of cultural cleansing and imposing Christian supremacy around the world.   Its members are primarily from the Christian evangelical organizations with a single token member from Judaism and Islam respectively. There is not a single member from Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism in this organization. The fact that there are Hindus being persecuted around the world does not seem to matter for the USCIRF. USCIRF is an abomination to the principle and founding of the great republic called The United States of America.                
 
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Obama briefed by USCIRF before India visit
 
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What is USCIRF?
explanation between 21 mins and 17 secs and 27 mins 36 secs
 
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Reactions of Indians all over the world

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John Dayal 

Nun gang rape issue buried by the media – Sanskriti – Indian Culture

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Worth listening to Maj Gen GD Bakshi during the Launch of Rajiv Malhotra‘s book Academic Hinduphobia. Listen how Maj Gen GD Bakshi explains Pratyaksha Yuddha and Apratyaksha Yuddha, Maidaanki Ladai and Dimaag ki Ladai.
 
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 Academic Hinduphobia Book Launch, by Dr. Subramanian Swamy

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H.R.417 is a typical result of atrocity literature. It should be attacked by American Indians on many levels. Indians should lobby their local congress men and senators that the US has no business in interfering in Indian affairs.
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Is this another Sepoy producing industry?
Click on Academics and then Click on International partners
Look at the list of speakers. 
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Gaddar Sepoys of West
घर का भेदी लंका ढाए 
  • Such a sad state of affairs in India! Just a few फिरंगीs  would not have been able to do this by themselves. Our own गद्दार Sepoys have joined hands with missionaries, paid media and NGOs to persecute our own divine beings. What can be worst than this?

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Gaddar Sepoys 
JNU’s Prof Girish Nath Jha gives a solid rejoinder to Ananya Vajpeyi. Stop petty politics presented as scholarship: http://indiafacts.org/open-letter-ananya-vajpeyi-sanskrit/ 

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Parts of Govt controlled by Omidyar–At least 2 ministers and several advisors are his chelas–;)) @RajivMessage RT
Congratulations on this investigative report. We need many such investigations to expose who funds what. Otherwise, no accountability & some donors are double-faced.

Who runs & funds Hinduphobic, Bharat-bashing media like ‘The Wire’? –

In this series of articles, we will attempt to probe the backers and funders of new & established media organizations with a decidedly Hinduphobic editorial bent. And where Hinduphobia lurks, anti-…

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tunku varadarajan on gujarat riots numbers – indiafacts

mr varadarajan, spare india’s blind heroes of your phony intellectualism

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is it the job of journalists to do what modi’s political opponents couldn’t?

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There is a hit list Mr. Rebeiro, but not with your name. We heathens are targets. My article: http://www.rediff.com/news/column/no-Christians-are-not-persecuted-in-india/20150320.htm 

 

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20 Lakh NGOs in India
http://indpaedia.com/ind/index.php/Non-governmental_organisations_(NGOs):_India
India has 1 NGO for every 600 people… 76% of them r CHRISTIAN NGO funded by the foreign church this problem is bigger than ISLAMIC Jihad!
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Hijacking and Destruction of The Kumbh 
 
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Listen to Madhu Kishwar’s very important statement….. 
“This academic brigade is an army fighting the battle on behalf of Missionaries to prepare a ground for them”…
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The sanctity of the mela is under threat from many directions. Keeping a traditional gathering open to all is different from losing control of it. 
Indian–American researcher, author, speaker. Current affairs, inter-civilization, science
When Harvard University created a major new initiative called the Harvard Kumbh Mela Project, Hindus naturally became impressed and proud. After all, it brought global importance to our heritage. However, it is my nature to cross-check such foreign interventions, and, therefore, I decided to study the project more closely. I also decided to take a look at various other international interventions on the Kumbh Mela besides those by Harvard. What I found has disconcerted me on several counts.
I have organized my concerns into the following categories, in increasing order of seriousness:
1. Dilution as exotic tourism
2. Source of research for appropriation and digestion
3. Distortion and secularization of the mela itself
4. Infiltration and hijacking by Christian and Islamic groups
5. Condemnation as another “human rights violation” to be exposed through atrocity literature.
6. This is the destructive stage.
To put it bluntly, I am suspicious of Harvard’s involvement, even if those directly involved in it might be innocent at this stage. Nor is my concern entirely focused on Harvard. There is a long history of Western interventions that have benign and noble beginnings, but that later take a dangerous turn. There is still time to investigate the risks discussed below, and I will offer some concrete recommendations to prevent the hijacking and destruction of the Kumbh Mela.
Professor Diana Eck, Harvard’s renowned professor of Hinduism studies, made a telling remark in the official video by Harvard’s Kumbh Mela project team. In a sense, she inadvertently gave away the hidden agenda. She said that she missed seeing feminist NGOs at the mela (1). This is exactly how Ford Foundation started its interventions in India several decades back: by training, funding and empowering several feminist NGOs in India, and then using them to dish out atrocity literature on Indian society, along with the large-scale training of a whole generation of Indian women in Western feminist ideology. The goal was to make Western feminist ideologies fashionable among the bright, young women of India by constantly encouraging them to do studies on women’s oppression in Indian society. I certainly want our society’s serious gender issues to be studied and remedied; however, there ought to be balanced research on the pros and cons of importing Western feminism into Indian society in such an aggressive manner.
The resources for gender studies within Indian traditions should also be brought into play in such analyses.
We should not be surprised to find Harvard and other influential institutions starting to bring in feminist groups to look for issues at the Kumbh Mela, such as the following: Is the mela dominated by males? Are women being exploited by the events? Are there rapes and harassment? These are some of the standard templates used by such institutions to kick-start their programme. Women are incentivized to speak up as “victims of culture”, leading them to exaggerate or even outright fabricate complaints. Such investigations feed copious databases riding on the back of which eventually we will face interventions in the name of women’s rights.
In other words, if one looks at the themes and results produced by the hundreds of anthropology and social sciences projects on India, the same list of research investigations can easily be applied to the Kumbh Mela. This would make the mela a new “site for research” in South Asian studies. Thus far, the mela has been almost entirely ignored by Western researchers, and so far their “sites” for such research have been in poor villages, in “Hindu chauvinism” organizations, in episodes of violence where Hinduism can be blamed, etc. I fear that this mela is about to turn into the latest playground for such mischief.
In the same way, demographic studies will soon be commissioned on caste exploitation at the mela. The façade will be to position these as diversity studies. The real goal of these will be to look for inequalities in the facilities available to caste groups. As in all sociological research, Indian NGOs and political groups representing various fragments will get roped in to politicize the mela. Once unleashed, this trend will get out of hand and fuel a dangerous fragmentation among mela attendees. There will be fights instigated by caste groups, among north/south constituencies, and among various ideological streams and social groups. For thousands of years, all this diversity has co-existed in mutual harmony and respect, and this is what the foreign interventions will try to disrupt in the name of modernization.
If the other trajectories of Western research interventions are any indicator, one may expect Western-sponsored research to look for crime against sadhvis and lower caste participants. There will be dissertations written with juicy allegations concerning women being victims of rape, tantric sex orgies, etc. Case studies will get published in National Geographic magazine, and Western television documentaries will be produced on dowry, sati, idolatry, some naked sadhus allegedly eating human flesh, etc.
The mela will turn into the biggest unexplored frontier of the exotic, “uncivilized and dangerous” others. It is far too open, and this offers huge opportunities for Western frontiersmen seeking adventure, fame, and fortune. Already, there were media reporters at the Nasik Kumbh Mela saying that there ought to be a large-scale distribution of condoms at the Kumbh Mela. Times of India set the ball rolling on this sensation (2) with India Today and Britain’s Daily Mail quickly picking up the hot story (3).
A blog by the Harvard Kumbh Mela team reported: “One of the major outcomes of this group’s research was observing the concern many people at the Kumbh had about the pollution produced throughout the course of this festival.”  (4) In other words, we can expect future research on how the mela causes pollution, and just as Divali, Ganesh festival, and some other Hindu festivals have already become targeted as environmental hazards, so will the Kumbh Mela be added to the list of primitive nuisance practices. Students from Harvard and other places will be assigned projects to document the health hazard being caused by immersing ash and other ritualistic objects into the Ganga and by the cremation of dead bodies and disposal in the rivers all year long, etc. In other words, apart from the feminist and sociological lens explained above, the environmentalism lens will also get applied to “study” the mela. This will be presented (and appreciated by many Indians) as Western “assistance” to help upgrade and modernize the mela.
The atrocity literature production about the mela is bound to explode with the help of camera crews that are everywhere. One enterprising Westerner bragged that he participated in the tradition of kite flying on the river bank, as this allowed him to hide a camera on his kite, thereby turning it into a drone for filming from the sky: imagine the treasure trove of scandalous and sensational video footage he could collect this way!
There are already attempts by Christian missionaries to infiltrate the mela for proselytizing. Any restrictions against this are likely to be challenged by missionaries with the help of their Western and Indian supporters. Arguments will be made that since “nobody owns the mela” or the Ganga (or any other public place where the mela is held), every citizen should have an equal right to go for a dip in the river. Such infiltrations will start in a small and passive way to get inside the door, and then gradually become entrenched and expand in size, scope, and level of assertiveness. Missionaries are experienced in entering as good guests using sama (friendship) and dana (charity). They will undoubtedly bring lots of free things to give away, and this will be a big hit among the villagers who comprise most of the attendees at the mela.
I anticipate that many confused Hindu groups who teach that all religions are the same will become facilitators to help such penetration by Abrahamic religions. How would one object to a so-called Hindu organization wanting to put up pictures of Jesus depicted as a yogi, or Mother Mary in a saree wearing a bindi? How would one stop prasad being given away by a missionary school wanting to feed the poor children at the mela? There are plenty of confused Hindu groups seeking the international limelight and money who will be glad to facilitate opening such doors.
Harvard’s Pluralism Project (also run by Diana Eck) could easily open the door in the name of studying and nurturing “pluralism”. To disarm naïve Hindu leaders, it will offer patronizing praise for “Hindu tolerance” that would stir pride among these leaders. All this would make it difficult for anyone to deny them free access for their strategic intrusions.
Secularization of the Kumbh Mela is another shift that is not far away, either. Nothing stops Pepsi, Reliance, Airtel, Amazon or Flipkart, or any other consumer brand, to put up its large tent at the mela, show some spiritual movies to qualify as a religious pavilion, and then openly market its products and services. If not outright selling, this could be a place for soft sales to bring new clients into the door. In other words, seen from their viewpoint, the Kumbh Mela is a great brand marketing event. Some enterprising corporate houses will start a sales distribution channel catering specifically to religious festivals. Given the prestige of being “secularized”, many people will find nothing wrong with this “modernization” of the mela.
The first mela intervention by Harvard has already succeeded in its goal to secure a buy-in from many kinds of elites in India. Unfortunately, these elites lack farsightedness and are easily bought off, in exchange for a prestigious association with Harvard and other international institutions. Harvard’s special book on its Kumbh Mela Project was launched in New York with the prestigious sponsorship of Asia Society (5). The India launch of the book was held at Oberoi Hotel, one of Delhi’s most prestigious locations. The chief guest at this event was none other than the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, who was given the limelight to secure his support. He was so grateful for the honor that “Harvard has arrived” in his town or state, or rather, that he has arrived on the world stage thanks to Harvard (6).
Scholars of the colonization process must take note that Harvard refers to its work as “mapping” the Kumbh Mela (7). One has to read Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities to understand how the British colonialists were obsessed with the mapping (in a broad sense of organizing databases) of the geography, population, religious practices, social and political structures, all for the purpose of developing a template for better negotiation and control. The same kind of mapping had earlier been done in North America by the European settlers, which helped their systematic aggression against the natives. Some of the best socio-religious databases on India at the district and village level are the ones developed by the Church and CIA.
This initial stage in the Kumbh Mela intervention is to become established as some “good guys” who are wanting to help. To establish those “good guy” credentials, they are now busy making inroads with politicians, leaders of various Hindu sampradayas and sants, by inviting them into their documentaries and visits to the USA. Unfortunately, many of these Indians are totally clueless, with insufficient competence at doing the purva-paksha of a sophisticated opponent. They have no idea of how the game is being played. They do not seem to appreciate that short-term benefits are often at the cost of long-term control.
Harvard refers to its Kumbh Mela project as an interdisciplinary one, combining many departments each with its own separate lens. The departments already participating include urban planning, logistics, public health, religious studies, business school, anthropology, design school, etc. Each lens is highly secularized, lacking even an iota of shraddha for our traditions. They are looking for “interesting specimens” to study. This is a perfect example of a synthetic unity framework being used to study (and distort) the integral unity.
None of the materials produced by Harvard’s team have discussed the metaphysical meaning of the yajna being carried out at the Kumbh Mela. When they did discuss the “myth” behind the mela, it was presented as some exotic, primitive story along the lines of a Hollywood movie like Lord of the Rings. They do not have the embodied knowing experience, or even the interest, to appreciate the metaphysics of ritam and yajna, and how these manifest in every aspect of the world including in our lives. Such a profound insight into the integral unity lacks because there is no shraddha in the top leadership of the project. None of the project experts interviewed on camera mentioned anything about the metaphysics of re-enacting the cosmic yajna as the purpose of the mela. It is the latest hunting ground for the anthropology of the exotica and erotica.
Harvard’s team has announced that in the next phase they will move from descriptions/modeling to prescriptions and interventions. This will make it more dangerous in my opinion. The purpose of their interventions, they said, will be to “solve issues” and bring better “architecture/public health policies and assistance.” In other words, they make no secret that having “mapped” the Kumbh Mela within their framework, now it’s time to intervene in various ways. Sadly, we have quite a few clueless swamis, sadhus and gurus already eagerly waiting to serve them as functionaries for “reforming” the Kumbh Mela.
We are well along the following trajectory of Western interventions in the Kumbh Mela:
1. It starts out as curiosity-seeking field trips to bring back exotic reports, mostly benign and respectful at this stage.
2. More formally trained anthropologists and social scientists enter the arena and develop frameworks into which mappings are made. This privileges certain ways to see and understand the phenomena. It is a technique to make the strange look familiar (and safe) in terms that Westerners can deal with. Of course, the new framework is alien to the insiders of the tradition.
3. Elitist Westernized Indians, as well as some naïve traditional Hindus, buy into this new framework to understand the mela. This is when their drishti gets reprogrammed with the Western (whitened) gaze. Such Indians become very important in the spread of the Western mind set into the mainstream.
4. Many useful things learned get digested into Western knowledge systems.
5. Christian groups (followed by Muslims as well), initially seen as champions and as our friends, take over the greater share of the mental space of the mela participants.
6. The result is the rejection of many elements that have been important in the tradition, and this rejection is postured as a sort of “reform movement”. In fact, it is a distortion and relies upon one-sided facts and flawed analyses.
I am not saying all these stages will necessarily happen. I predict this as the likely trajectory if things continue in a present manner. The grand effect of all this will be a sweeping shift in the adhikar to interpret our traditions.
I find the Western interventionists making multi-year strategic plans with the benefit of having similar experiences in their other interventions. But I do not find any prominent Hindu leaders taking note of this syndrome, much less offering a counter-discourse.
My recommendations to Hindu leaders are as follows:
1. We should remain open to outsiders but not lose control to them.
2. Kumbh Mela should remain anchored primarily as a sacred yajna to re-enact the cosmic processes. It must not turn into a tourism spectacle or grand circus of weirdness for outsiders to enjoy. Even though there is money to be made from such a large gathering, that agenda should not take control over the mela.
The group of akhadas (sadhu organizations) that have run the mela since time immemorial must assert its authority firmly. This means that it must bring in advisors who know how these dangerous forces operate, especially those who have done the requisite purva-paksha on such forces.
3. Under the leadership of the akhadas, the state governments involved must develop risk assessment and risk management strategies to pre-empt the kinds of threats I am raising here.
4. Those firmly established as insiders (practitioners with shraddha) should retain control to evaluate the issues that do exist, and that need to be addressed from within. This includes making all kinds of studies ourselves, rather than abandoning that responsibility and letting outsiders take control over the data gathering and analysis about the mela. Issues like pollution and any form of social oppression must be taken seriously and dealt with by our leaders. Changes must be discussed and implemented, to move with the times. Our smritis are not meant to be frozen and do need constant debate and change in the face of new developments. Scientific validation of traditional practices must be done by our organizations and not be granted on a platter to outsiders.
5. Since 90% of the participants are traditional Hindus from villages and small towns, these innocent and humble persons must be given the utmost respect; they are the last remaining true practitioners of our heritage. They come from faraway places at great cost and effort because for them this is a very special spiritual experience.
6. Our leaders must develop poison pills to protect against digestion. These include respect for living gurus, sacred places, non-translatables, sacred sounds and mantras, sacred objects and symbols.
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Harvard researcher taking a water sample at the Kumbh Mela, Allahabad, India 
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some sixteen years, and were received at the end of our visit by Swami Chidanand-Ji himself. Students keen on understanding the Green Kumbh movement are eager to come back, which we will.

Harvard Mapping The Kumbh Mela 
descriptions/modeling to prescriptions and interventions
Upayas:  Sama, Dana, Bheda,  and Danda

If this is supposed to be a study of “Ephemeral Kumbh mela City” then why the comments on child abuse and wanting to study sexual harassment and abuse?  Why the show of cleaning the garbage left over by people? What is so great about writing a paper on the business of Merry gold flowers? Is this all show? If Harvard is there to observe then just observe learn and leave the place. Why is Diana Eck going to Mumbai after 3 years to give the same lecture about Kumbh mela? Looks like Harvard is trying for a permanent membership at Kumbh first and then for breaking forces! Indians certainly don’t need Harvard’s mapping, help, and interventions.

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Diana Eck explaining the Ephemeral City
Rahul Mehrotra explaining the Ephemeral City 
Harvard takes Kumbh exhibit around the world.
Kite drone cameras were used. Wow!! Diana again calling Harvard students to go to Nasik Kumbh mela. 
Watch how to answer to “Mela interventions” question is purposely erased !!!
Diana photo op: cleaning the garbage.
More observation and mapping of the Ephemeral City
What happens to the health information of Mela?  Will it be handed over to some foreign NGOs or Missionaries?
Diana singing the same song after 3 years. Diana with Mumbai audience and look at the naive Indian officials !!! Diana, please stop lecturing about Kumbh Mela in India. Indians have been successfully organizing Kumbh for thousands of years.
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Various other studies :
Not a single Indian University Study!
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Some fascist racist Imperialists forget that the Age of Colonies is over, very shocking defamatory article by , should be sued for heavy damages for such slanderous articles. Guardian show its true face, a relic of the colonial past

India is a ‘republic of fear’. The UK must keep the pressure on Modi | Amrit Wilson

The Indian PM is in Britain. Let’s hold him to account for the horrific rapes committed in the name of Hindu nationalism, says writer and activist Amr…

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Harvard buttering up Indian Politicians in order to secure their support and to get long-term control. Many clueless elites easily bought off!!!
Five MPs from India visited Harvard University on June7th, including Partap Singh BajwaIndian National Congress, Bhakta Charan DasIndian National Congress,Baijayant PandaBiju Janata Dal, Supriya Sule, Nationalist Congress Party, and Manicka TagoreIndian National CongressThe MPs met with Lakshmi Iyer, Harvard Business School, Tad Oelstrom, John F. Kennedy School of Government, and Prerna Singh,Faculty of Arts and Sciences, to hear of their work and explore opportunities to work with Indian Parliamentarians.
Meena Hewett, SAI Executive Director, shared SAI’s recent Mapping the Kumbh Mela Project and University Leaders Training as examples of SAI’s convening power to bring faculty and students together for cross disciplinary teaching and learning.

Supriya Sule Participated as a guest speaker at @Harvard‘s “Advanced Leadership Global Conference” in Mumbai.
Sexual harassment – global issue glad @Harvardaddressing it so openly
On Monday, August 17, the Harvard South Asia Institute launched the Kumbh Mela: Mapping the Ephemeral Megacity book and exhibition in Delhi, India. Shri Akhilesh Yadav, Honorable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, was on hand to launch the book with Harvard faculty, to a crowd of over 250 people at the Oberoi Hotel.
Over fifty Harvard professors, students, administrative staff, and medical practitioners made the pilgrimage to Allahabad, India, to the Kumbh Mela site in 2013, to analyze issues that emerge in any large-scale human gathering. The Kumbh Mela: Mapping the Ephemeral Megacity book consolidates research findings and serves as an example of interdisciplinary research conducted at Harvard.

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Why are Indians so naive….? Why do we need others to study us?
From Rajiv Malhotra twitter account
Rohit @rohits95
@RajivMessage y v need others to study us? Modi urging world universities to make a case study on khumbh mela https://in.finance.yahoo.com/news/don-t-know-market-ourselves-055200313.html 
@RajivMessage @PMOIndia @Swamy39 @smritiirani please somebody give advise to Modi Ji @narendramodi
Dangerous. Pls send PM’s Office copy of my article on the threats facing Kumbha Mela
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Hinduphobic attack against Kumbh Mela:
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Politicians in US :
Shame on Hillary Clinton for supporting breaking India NGOs. Her top Indian pal is Sant Chatwal hotelier in New York & Congress supporter
Hillary Clinton
Listen from 4:30 to 8:00 minutes
In 2005 there was a conference in New York on “History of South Indian religions”. Hillary Clinton Senator at that time sent a congratulatory letter which they published in their perspectives, proceedings in the program. It said……
“I am confident that the breadth of resources presented during the conference will shed light on the impact of Christianity on medieval and classical India and its effects on the cultural and political climate of India…”
“Hillary Clinton likes to operate through NGOs, which are given funding through indirect channels, and which target individuals and countries seen as less than respectful to her views on foreign and domestic policy in the target countries,” a retired US official now based in Atlanta said. He claimed that “rather than US NGOs, (the former) Secretary of State Clinton favored operating through organizations based in the Netherlands, Denmark and the Scandinavian countries, especially Norway” as these were outside the radar of big power politics. These NGOs were active in the agitation against the Russian nuclear power plant at Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu, with “funding coming mainly from a religious organization based in Europe that has close links with France”.
Considering what Nalapat writes, there are many other questions that need to be answered in the future. Are Christians in India under any threat or is it that the Christian missionaries and funders a threat to India? All evidence points to the latter. That apart, considering the funding of various activities are reportedly also from the Netherlands and some other European countries India must investigate the funding of the anarchist and separatist-supporting AAP party. The funding of many anti-Modi NGOs (like those of Teesta and Harsh Mandar) will also come under scrutiny. There are already known frauds by these NGOs. Need more reasons why the crooks fear and are against Narendra Modi? The US govt is not going to come clean on any of its covert activities. If Clinton followed a “get-Modi” policy and hunted him along with criminals in India then this too needs to be taken up by the next Indian govt for appropriate retaliation. There is little doubt that the Sonia Gandhi govt supported all these activities. The US nancy-boys in the embassy at Delhi were prancing around high-security zones at will with passes given by the Sonia govt. All these perks are probably rewards for hounding Modi. This can’t be allowed to pass.
Rick Santorum
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