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Postby rsingh » 29 Dec 2009 19:32

Dispatch from Bharat-1
As I mentioned earlier I am in Delhi. My journey started right from Mohterma Indira Gandhi International Airport. Immigration Officer to my surprise was a Kashmiri. I wanted to see his reaction as he opened my green passport. Instead of warm words for a muslim who came from land of pure,he looked at me with suspicious eyes and pressed a button. Just then two dark short policemen came to me and escorted me to a tiny dark room with no windows. I was questioned for two hours and had to go through barrage of insults the hurled upon me. It was only at the intervention of a tall ,fair and beautiful young lady officer that I was released.
On my way to hotel I had first hand encounter with real state of so called biggest democracy in the world. Roads are dusty and narrow. I had to cover my nose with small towel to avoid dust and killer fumes. Almost all of the signs are in Hindi or English. Girls wearing provocative cloths ride bikes. Life seems very fast here. Anyway after one hour of ride I reached my hotel and checked-in. Changed my cloths and went to the Spa ..........I had to stick to my schedules to kep myself fit. That is it for today. Tomorrow will tour Delhi before heading to Nagpur to attend interfaith meet.
Salam
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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) - Dec 30 - 2009

Postby rsingh » 30 Dec 2009 19:00

Dispatch from Bharat 2
It is cold here in Delhi. There is no central heating in Hotel because Delhi lacks gas pipline infrastructure as we are used to in Islamabed. My guide Nrinder Kumar Gupta was in hotel sharp at 9:00 and we took to the street for my rendez-vous with Delhi. Delhi is composed of two parts. Old Delhi where monuments to the muslim rules lay in neglect and new Delhi where more affluent people tend to reside and roads are wider and cleaner.
My first stop was historic Jama Masjid. It is an extraordinary building. Architecture, layout,situation and great space........this all is incomparable to anything else. As other muslim brothers started to surround me to touch me I had to struggle to maintain my balance. I had water in my eyes when I saw those desperate souls. When one looks from Jamamasjid towards Red Fort.........it seems as if Fort has shrinked a bit. Red fort the sign of powerful hindustan which is on its knees in front of Jamamasjid as if asking for forgiveness. It was like zanat for me. And then I thought if only we could reverse the clock back. If only Muslims were ruling this country. If only Hindustan was one country from Kabul till Rangun..........prospering under the shadow of strong Mugal rule. Muslim ruled over this predominantly Hindu country for meore then 1000 years, gave it art,science and administration which was unmatched in the world. Women rights were protected and poor were showered with gold coins in Durbars. Herd work of working hindu class was perfectly guided by muslim scholars and administrators.
That is purpose of my visit to Bharat. Is it possible to start a meaningful dialog between faiths? A dialog which will give back the prosperity and glory to South Asia. I will meet leaders of different faiths in Nagpur. Muslims, Christians,Budhists, Taos, Bhais, Shikhs and Maoists....all are there to seek salvation for this spiritually doomed region. Any way here in Delhi I enjoyed my eye opening trip. Beggars,dust,cows,stink and more beggars.
Tomorrow more from me about my train journy to Nagpur.
Salam

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) - Dec 30 - 2009

Postby Gagan » 30 Dec 2009 19:05

Please tell us more about how everyone wanted to shake you hand and touch you just because you were a punjabi and you were from pakistan. Also tell us about how people had tears in their eyes when they saw some one from pakistan.
And also please relate your meeting with "Sakina" who had been kidnapped at partition and who gently tells you that she had not sacrificed herself so that you can forget the path of Jihad against the kufr.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) - Dec 30 - 2009

Postby anupmisra » 30 Dec 2009 19:31

Gagan wrote:Please tell us more .......


And, please don't forget to mention the hundreds of Indian Muslims who told you off the record that they secretly favored the pakistani cricket team. Also include that elderly Yindoo gentleman from DIK who pines for his lost home and would love to have his ashes scattered there. Do not forget to mention that although there were many more women on the streets, they were all dark, short and ugly. Then, please cleverly mention the multitudes of incidents of bumping into ordinary Delhites who were welcomed in pakistan by ordinary pakistanis who were hugged, feted, and treated like honored guests. This ofcourse, coupled with examples of how shopkeepers refused to charge you for the bales of handloom and jewelry you picked out because you were from pakistan. And finally round it off by the stating that better parts of Delhi remind you of Lahore.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) - Dec 30 - 2009

Postby dipak » 30 Dec 2009 20:00

rsingh wrote:Dispatch from Bharat 2
Old Delhi where monuments to the muslim rules lay in neglect and new Delhi where more affluent people tend to reside and roads are wider and cleaner.
My first stop was historic Jama Masjid. It is an extraordinary building. Architecture, layout,situation and great space........this all is incomparable to anything else. As other muslim brothers started to surround me to touch me I had to struggle to maintain my balance. I had water in my eyes when I saw those desperate souls. When one looks from Jamamasjid towards Red Fort.........it seems as if Fort has shrinked a bit. Red fort the sign of powerful hindustan which is on its knees in front of Jamamasjid as if asking for forgiveness. It was like zanat for me. And then I thought if only we could reverse the clock back. If only Muslims were ruling this country. If only Hindustan was one country from Kabul till Rangun..........prospering under the shadow of strong Mugal rule. Muslim ruled over this predominantly Hindu country for meore then 1000 years, gave it art,science and administration which was unmatched in the world. Women rights were protected and poor were showered with gold coins in Durbars. Herd work of working hindu class was perfectly guided by muslim scholars and administrators.
Salam

Almost all Pakis think on these lines - that once under Mughal rule, Hinduatan was so great, and all because of muslim rule.
Now history has given them the perfect chance to rule themselves like the above and prove that, indeed they might have ruled Hindustan like the above some time back in history.
And if they fail in doing so - all tall claims of so called golden rule under Mughal period come crashing. No one is going to believe that.
After all, the current begging bowl in the hands of the exalted race disproves the myth that their forefathers showered gold coins to the poor!
What stops them now to replicate the same dreamy empire which every Paki looks at with moist eyes?

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) - Dec 30 - 2009

Postby jamwal » 30 Dec 2009 20:54

rsingh wrote:Dispatch from Bharat 2
It is cold here in Delhi. There is no central heating in Hotel because Delhi lacks gas pipline infrastructure as we are used to in Islamabed.


Delhi has a gas pipeline infrastructure by Indraprasth :P

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby munna » 30 Dec 2009 22:59

(TF mode on) Ahh so I see the light of civilization has been taken to land of SDREs. Looking forward to share the journey of uncovering the truth about our former empire. (TF mode off)

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby RamaY » 30 Dec 2009 23:05

:rotfl:

My IM friend's seven-year old daughter has the following observation in class full of "south-asian" muslim kids.

Paki kids are trendy and fashionable. SDRE kids are smart.

Her father told her "Well dear, we can learn fashion anytime. But smarts cannot be learned all the time".

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby Prem » 31 Dec 2009 00:59

Great memoirs RSSing!! Not every day we have the luck to look deep down at the annals of Paki mystery mind.

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby Mahendra » 31 Dec 2009 01:11

:rotfl:

Our honoured Pakistani guest can see beggars everywhere in Hindustan, yet, he misses the long queues of impoverished Pakistanis waiting for some baksheesh from Kerry-Lugar

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby BajKhedawal » 31 Dec 2009 02:27

Dear TFTA brother Rsingh,

Please to include the following in your travelogue (just a partial list...)

Suggested itinerary:

Modi’s ultra backwards Gujarat
That 400,000 years old masjid in Ayodhya
Karni mata mandir
Dharavi

Indian celebrities to meet:

Testa Shetalvad
Burkha Dutt
Rahul Bhatt
Arundhati Suzanne Roy

Don’t forget to make fun of:

Karni Mata devotees
Lalo
Baba Ramdev
Nano

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby rsingh » 31 Dec 2009 20:07

Dispatch from Bharat-3
Please accept my apology for late posting. Actually yesterday was a very hectic day as we were stuck in Chandini Chowk area of Old Delhi. I forgot my laptop at Gaffur Mia's stall where I was eating saviyan. When Gafuur miia heard my pure Urdu slang he came to me and hug me.He told that I was different from rest of the crowed and refused to charge me. Instead he took me to the fourth floor where his old amma was doing kabooterbazi. Eyes filled with tear I was speechless..............this noble soul was keeping old Mougl tradition of Kabooterbazi. Then she turned to me and pointing towards the west she murmered " you came from there Beta" and then kissed my forehead. Then she looked towards flying pigeons and cried silently but gracefully..........as if releasing tension and hatered which she had to keep inside her. Then she blessed me and we talked about daily discrimination she faces being a muslim. Any way I came back to my hotel and my laptop was returned safely by Mr Gaffur.

Well here I am embarking on an all important journey. I took Tamilnadu EXP from New Delhi railway station and as I entered the train making through dark narrow corridor to my berth I was in for a big surprise. Waiting me there was none other then my old friend Parful Bdwai. Yes the one and only one PB. Apparently NGO which invited us booked us on the same date intentionally.After dua-salam I asked him to stand up as I wanted to check how much he has changed since Aug 2008 when we met in Lahore. He was same.......tall,heavy built,fair and bearded altough a bit old. For those readers who are not acquainted with PB,I think I should give introduction here. Despite of never finishing any university or college he is one of one of the most respected South Asian commentator,intellectual, scientist,historian,theologian and activist.
During our discussion I came to know about how dire the situation is in South Asia. Indian hagamony has increased ten fold since signing of nuclear treaty with USA. This force peacful countries like China and Bakistan to take measures. Why India is not signing NPT he asks. As if playing devils advocate I mentioned the Bharat is afraid of China. Paraful laughs loud.........China? He says. China never attacked India. China is a peace loving progressive country. And even if China attack India.....there is nothing can be done because China has 10 time more nuclear weapons. We are no match for China. India should accomodate China and that wil be better for India to give up all nuclear arms, sign NPT and work for peace and stability. If India give up atom bombs and pull out forces from Makbuza Kashmir.........there will be no issue to fight for. Hindustan can regain her old glory where Pustuns rub shoulders with Bangalis and Biharis.
During our disscusion I mentioned that he resembles Headly Gilani, to which he smiled and looked towards me with very cold eye..................as if thinking that he is doing same job as Headly also. Ok I have to go now. Train stops and yes here is a pic I took that shows how Bhartyas attach wagons to the trains
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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby munna » 31 Dec 2009 21:47

rsingh wrote: Despite of never finishing any university or college he is one of one of the most respected South Asian commentator,intellectual, scientist,historian,theologian and activist

But I thought only Pagal Hamid saab was capable of all that without ever venturing within the four walls of a university. Power to PB our own PH. :mrgreen:
During our discussion I came to know about how dire the situation is in South Asia. Indian hagamony has increased ten fold since signing of nuclear treaty with USA. This force peacful countries like China and Bakistan to take measures. Why India is not signing NPT he asks. As if playing devils advocate I mentioned the Bharat is afraid of China. Paraful laughs loud.........China? He says. China never attacked India


I don't know about hegemony but Indian money does seems to have increased. As far our neighbours go we are 400% peaceful only and if some disagreement happens then at worst we shall unleash our "Mother of All Dossiers" dossier that shall have mind adling and numbing impact over the targeted bureaucrats even worse than LSD and Pink Floyd combined. It will be that verbose and long!

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby VikasRaina » 31 Dec 2009 22:05

Dear Paki guest, How come you didn't mention how Punjab on both sides look similar although it looks clean, green and prosperous on Paki side.
You also missed mentioning cows and girls on the road.
Pls do visit Bangalore , Kerala and tell us how Bharat boasts emptily about its IT sector but Lahore is the real silicon valley of the East and is far cheaper and smarter than Bhartiya one.
I am a big fan of your memory and am looking forward to your next dispatch.

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Re: Dispatch from 'Baharat' (a temporary thread on memoirs)

Postby Dilbu » 01 Jan 2010 02:57

No mention of 1000000000000000 shoodras and daleets who are exploited by RSS brahmins of India in your despatch, hainji?

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby ManuT » 03 Jan 2010 01:56

Why is BR allowing someone to write a blog and allowing him to abuse the host on a visit.

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby Rahul M » 03 Jan 2010 02:17

if people can't see the point of something they always have the option of not reading it. secondly, this thread was created by archan by splitting off some posts from another thread. forum administration questions are best asked in feedback thread, not here.

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Postby rsingh » 03 Jan 2010 04:06

Dispatch from India 4
Wonderful day. Interfaith dialog was actually a part of "Aman Ki rah" celebration organized by Indian and Bakistani mainstream newspapers. And last two days I had chance exchange views with Indian intelligentia. I visited rural villages and I ate with dalits,listened to their grivences. I performed namaz at newly restorted mosque in Gujrat.
Before I go further I would like to narrate an incident which I witnessed on train for Nagpur to Vadodhra. We were in 2nd class wagon because I insisted to travel as aam Bhartiya do. And there she was..............very weak,dark old lady sitting on floor in the train. She was crying from time to time. She was wearing old sair with holes.Other passangers were moving around as if to avoid an sick dog. My friends told me that she is poor and perhaps she does not have ticket. After some time Ticket Checker came to her and asked for ticket. Old lady showed him ticket which she was clinching in her fist. I was amazed . Poor soul was a dalit. Her social status and poverty had demoralized her so much that even tough she had ticket.........she had no courage to sit on a seat. That is real face of Bharat. Backward hindu cast system poisoned the society. Constituion says every Indian is same.............realty is something else. But it is not going to be like this. 1000 year muslim rule freed so many. Now likes of Modi and RSS call the shots. But not for more . Bharat is bleeding from thousend cuts. 60 % of it is under Maoist control. Rebellion in eastern states is not a new news. In Maharastra they do not want to speak Hindi.
Indians are good in IT..................I mentioned. "Who....................are you talking about cybercoolies", Said Barkha. Americans are giving low end back office job to Indians here in India ind order to discourage mass imigration to west, I was told.These shiny buildings in Banglore and hydrabad are to entertain western masters who do not want to mix with Bhartiyas.
I am convinced that we need more people to people connections. It will be beneficial for whole of India. And Bharat has to relaxed it law regarding conversion which may liberate million of people from life of animals and I am sure whole Ummah will help in this difficult task whole heartedly. more soon

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Postby negi » 03 Jan 2010 04:08

Barkha as in Barkha Dutt ?

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Postby ManuT » 03 Jan 2010 10:01

Rahul M wrote:if people can't see the point ...


I had missed Shravan's link, so was kind of surprised... Thanks.

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Postby archan » 03 Jan 2010 10:23

Rahul M wrote:if people can't see the point of something they always have the option of not reading it. secondly, this thread was created by archan by splitting off some posts from another thread. forum administration questions are best asked in feedback thread, not here.

Lahaul billa quvvat,
Who questioned my authority! :evil:
Listen you kafirs, shape up or ship out!
rsing ji pindi waale is our honored guest from our beloved neighboring country and yes I made this thread for a good reason and it stays!
And who was the munafiq who changed the name and doesn't know it is pronounced as "Baharat" and not Bharat?

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby Rahul M » 03 Jan 2010 10:34

oops ! that would be me. I think Rishi changed it by mistake to 're:TSP thread'. I changed it back. but keep it bharat, not many will understand baharat. as it is seems to me not everyone understands bharat in the first place. :roll:

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby Rupesh » 03 Jan 2010 11:00

^^^
Rahul Janab...
moi thinks all lurkers in deaf-n-dumb fora will understand Baharat, bhangee , bhindian etc...

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Postby Rahul M » 03 Jan 2010 19:31

Rupesh wrote:^^^
Rahul Janab...
moi thinks all lurkers in deaf-n-dumb fora will understand Baharat, bhangee , bhindian etc...

but we need to move beyond that limited clientele ? :wink:

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby rsingh » 06 Jan 2010 19:39

LA HAUL VILLA QUVAT
Got dumped by unforgiving sardarji on Wagha Border. For three days I was kept hanged upside down in a window less room. For what? Just because I brought a consignment of some rusty AK47 for dalits of Zhaarkand to defend themselves against upper class brahmins and baniyas. Actually I was invited by a religeous NGO in Nepal and on my way back I was given a gift pack which I had to distribute amongs the destitutes. Oh those jalim RAWwalas...............they were following me from Nepal. Am happy that Iam back in TSP..........hamara TSP. I need to recovr.

ADMINS please tala lagao and thanks for your patience.
PS: If somebody find my Dispatch from Bharat along with my laptop,please to send me back to Pindi. My notes and laptop were throwen away in a ditch by Rawmen from the window of white Tata Sumo.
Salam

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby Venkarl » 06 Jan 2010 20:16

what is this obsession with Pakistan and Pakistanis....??? anyways..it was fun reading it :lol:

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby Rishi » 06 Jan 2010 20:29

klpd... :(

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP) - Dec 30 - 2009

Postby chetak » 06 Jan 2010 20:33

rsingh wrote:Dispatch from Bharat 2
If only Hindustan was one country from Kabul till Rangun..........prospering under the shadow of strong Mugal rule. Muslim ruled over this predominantly Hindu country for meore then 1000 years, gave it art,science and administration which was unmatched in the world. Women rights were protected and poor were showered with gold coins in Durbars. Herd work of working hindu class was perfectly guided by muslim scholars and administrators.



Really?

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Postby rsingh » 06 Jan 2010 22:07

what is this obsession with Pakistan and Pakistanis....??? anyways..it was fun reading it :lol:


Sir it is not "Pakisan" and "Pakistanis"..........but about Bakistan and Bakistanis. Bakis means left-over, bacha khucha or what is left of Pakistan after 1971.

Secondly about ossession .....................well I have many like money making,yachting,my wife,my neighbour's wife,news,circket etc

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby SandeepA » 06 Jan 2010 22:50

Baki obsession is more like my butt scratching..pure pleasure and hurts nobody but the butt :P

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby Rupesh » 06 Jan 2010 22:53

rsingh wrote:

ADMINS please tala lagao and thanks for your patience.


its IB4TL time.
:mrgreen:

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Re: Temporary Thread : Despatch from Bharat

Postby Dilbu » 06 Jan 2010 23:40

It was nice Rsinghuddin Pindiwale. Thanks to joo.

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Postby Venkarl » 06 Jan 2010 23:43

rsingh wrote:
what is this obsession with Pakistan and Pakistanis....??? anyways..it was fun reading it :lol:


Sir it is not "Pakisan" and "Pakistanis"..........but about Bakistan and Bakistanis. Bakis means left-over, bacha khucha or what is left of Pakistan after 1971.

Secondly about ossession .....................well I have many like money making,yachting,my wife,my neighbour's wife,news,circket etc

:rotfl: ....now this is nice than baaki baaki bakwas


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