Thursday, August 25, 2011

INDIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM- CAPT VADAKAYIL


800 YEARS OR 12 GENERATIONS OF SLAVERY UNDER THE MUSLIM INVADERS AND THE CHRISTIAN PORTUGUESE AND BRITISH INVADERS -- ( from 1191 AD to 1947 AD )

WHEREIN OUR ENTIRE GLORIOUS PAST WAS  HIJACKED , STOLEN AND SUBVERTED .  ( 800 YEARS AGO INDIA WAS THE RICHEST COUNTRY ON THIS PLANET ).

WHEREIN WE WERE BRAINWASHED THAT THE INDIAN RACE IS FIT ONLY TO BE COOLIES--


WE THE OLDEST CIVILIZATION ON THIS PLANET ( 9500 BC )--  CAN NEVER EVER BE  BE SHACKLED AGAIN . 

NO MORE TURNING THE OTHER CHEEK.

I WAS BORN IN FREE INDIA.  MY PARENTS WERE NOT!


THIS SONG GALVANISES THE HEART , SOUL AND DNA OF EVERY INDIAN-- ANYWHERE ON THIS PLANET.




Sceptics-- In 1200 AD India held 85% of the world's gold.  In 1800 AD India held 63% of the world's private gold jewellery. In 2011 India still holds 38.2% of the world's private gold. Since gold does NOT evaporate , the rest were stolen. Today there is 17000 tons of gold on this planet.


CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL
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10 comments:

  1. Sir, i respect you in every way and i hold you in the highest regard.

    But Jana gana mana was written by infamous Tagore

    Look at the meaning this blogs shows plz and tell me what you think please.

    http://sreenivasbhaskara.blogspot.com/2008/11/true-meaning-of-indian-national-anthem.html

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  2. hi druv,

    punch into google search NOBEL PRIZE AND KNIGHHOOD FOR TAGORE- VADAKAYIL

    rabindranath tagore was a british stooge..

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  3. Thank your very much, sorry i missed that post.

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  4. Sahara India Pariwar has taken great initiative to bring the people of country together through the medium of national anthem. We all should come up one by one joining the hands of each other to make a such a strong knot on which every Indian word get printed strongly. Let us make this day auspicious in the world by making one of unbreakable records. Jai Hind!
    Bharat Bhawna Diwas

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  5. well there are lots of controversies about tagore...i read quite of few...first of all we bengali dont love him bcz he won nobel..bcz his contribution to bengali literature....his contribution to bengali literature is immense...with more than 13,000 songs and poems....that man changed the flow of bengali's thinking...
    if there hv nt bn tagore...u wuld nt hv found so many bengalis in culture...

    now jana gana mana was written in honour of british emperor...but in the song he never told tht it was for british king...he worte "adhinayak"...which means the leaders of india..a leader can be any body... can be a british,indian,chinese....ex those days british were our leaders ....which means that the song was dedicated to them then...agreed...but we r now our leaders...we r the now rulers of our fate..we are now the leader of us...cant it be the now dedicated to us our own leaders...if i say so then yes we will never need to change our own national anthem any more...the adhinayak or the leader can be any one through out the histry of india and will be in the future ..the word adhinayak is like chair of Prime Minister...who ever may sit on this is india's leader and decider of fate....

    yes lots of poem and songs are have dual meanings...his poems are belongs to border sense...you may not believe it..but this is true...and this is the reason that he is different...look we have sarat chandra chattopadhay,kazi nazrul islam who were hugely talented..spcly kazi nazrul islam went many times jail due to his anti british writings...

    i hv read ur blogs on tagore families history on opium and tagores history behind winning nobel prize and knight-hood...

    and we must hv told in those post that tagore returned his knight-hood to british after jalinwala-bagh massacre..

    agreed he once made mistakes..his parents did...but he too wrote hundred of patriotic songs...much of which never hv been translated...so rest of india dont know.....

    the song "JODI TOR DAK SUNE KEU NA ASE TOBE EKLA CHOLO RE".....was dedicated to Subhas Chandra Bose...he stood beside bose when mahatma and nehru were trying to finish his political career....

    he build Viswabharati...i knw u will say it was build using rosthchild's money...if those money has been used for better purpose is that wrong???...tagore was one of the leader of Banga-Bhanga Rodh andolan in 1905-1909...he contributed huge money on establishing schools and colleges...on of them is Jadavpur University...

    just bcoz of one song he does not become infamous...

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    1. hi tm,

      did you read my post on YB Yeats-- ( Gitanjali collection )?

      you have to read these two posts too-

      punch into google search-

      A NOBEL PRIZE AND KNIGHTHOOD FOR TAGORE VADAKAYIL

      and

      OPIUM DRUG RUNNING TAGORE FAMILY VADAKAYIL

      by the way --

      NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE WAS A TRUE PATRIOT UNLIKE GANDHI, NEHRU ETC .
      when the real war of independence took place Indians ,both Hindu and Muslim held up only the portrait of ONE man-- Bose !

      This pissed off gandhi, nehru and patel.

      punch into Google search-
      THE INDIAN NAVY MUTINY OF 1946, THE ONLY WAR OF INDIAN INDEPENDENCE VADAKAYIL


      capt ajit vadakayil
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  6. Sir this controversy on this Jana Gana Mana by Tagore was solved to some extent by Netaji,who understood the inherent flaw in this song by Tagore.He composed another song for the Azad Hind govt in hindi known as Sub Sukh Chain along with Mumtaz Hussain and Colonel Abid Hussain.This song was modelled on the original Jana Gana Mana but it was much better and more patriotic than the original one.I did not expect that I would find an wiki article on this,considering the fact that anything good related to Netaji has been brutally suppressed.



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subh_Sukh_Chain

    How many Indians know that India had actually got freedom in 1942 itself (according to the UN standards which were enforced later) when 9 countries of the world(obviously including Germany ,Japan and Italy) recognised Azad Hind as a free and independent government of Indian nation(bad luck UN laws did not exist in 1942)?But anyway this eulogistic angle of the character of Tagore makes him even more interesting to me.Because there are many national and regional articles and a number of poems written by Tagore himself which criticised the erstwhile British GOvt and also Gandhi's useless nonviolence policy.He supported Netaji openly when the latter quit INC sighting differences with Gandhi's style of operation.When Gandhi called off civil disobedience movement at its peak,Tagore ridiculed Gandhi by saying that if 30 minutes of charka spinning by every Indian(as was instructed by Gandhi himself to all Indians) could bring freedom,then Indians would be willing to spin it 12 hours a day,but unfortunately that would not convince the British to leave India.But under the shadow of Tagore,another Bengali poet has been erased from the Indian psyche(Bengalis still remember him ).He was Kazi Nazrul Islam.This Indian had to suffer imprisonment for writing fiery patriotic poems which inspired Bengali revolutionaries (both Gandhian and radical) and filled them with renewed enthusiasm.He was a true "secular" man,as he wrote poems and composed songs in admiration of Goddess Kali and Uma.Sir you should read this poem by Kazi Nazrul known "as Kandari Hushiyar(Captain

    Beware)".The British govt started fearing this poem at one time,as this poem alone ignited the fire of patriotism among the radical Bengali youth.I am giving the link to the english translation of this poem.You might not get the poetic taste of the original but you,being an Indian like me, will surely feel the undercurrent of passion :-)

    http://www.nazrul.org/nazrul_works/poems_lyrics/khaled_kandari.htm

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  7. Sir I forgot to mention one thing above :-) The captain in the poem " Kandaari Hushiyar(Captain beware)" by Nazrul Islam is a metaphorical ship captain who is facing a devastrating storm at sea.You will be able to relate to it as I read one of your posts where you mentioned that you had to face a category 5 storm in Okinawa as a captain of your ship.

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  8. Samurai Says.....
    August 14, 2012 at 5:10 PM
    Hi Captain,

    Firstly, thanks for recording and sharing so much valuable information.

    My dad used to talk about the murky truths of our history when i was young. After growing up, i tried investigating them myself and landed here. And i am glad that i did.

    I had a small query. You have pointed out that Rabindranath Tagore had written Jana Gana Mana as a welcome song for the English King. This had troubled me, and i tried learning more about its history.

    In one of the sites (do not have a record of the link) it was mentioned that reading the complete text of Jana Gana Mana makes it clear that it is not so. Just that the first paragraph was intelligently marketed as a welcome song for the king.

    Eg. here is one of the stanzas

    Potono Abhbhudoy Bandhuro Ponthaa,Jugo Jugo Dhaabito Jaatri
    Hey Chiro Saarothi, Tabo Ratha Chakrey Mukhorito Potho Dino Raatri
    Daaruno Biplabo Maajhey,Tabo Shankhodhwoni Bajey
    Sankato Dukkho Traataa
    Jano Gano Potho Parichaayako,Jayo Hey Bhaarato Bhaagyo Bidhaataa
    Jayo Hey, Jayo Hey, Jayo Hey,Jayo Jayo Jayo, Jayo Hey

    Translation:

    The way of life is somber as it moves through ups and downs,But we, the pilgrims, have followed it through ages.
    Oh! Eternal Charioteer, the wheels of your chariot echo day and night in the path
    In the midst of fierce revolution, your conch shell sounds.
    You save us from fear and misery
    Oh! You who guide the people through tortuous path...
    Victory be to You, dispenser of the destiny of India!

    Tagore, a Lover of God as he was, had written the whole song as a big prayer to the Lord. I would think of Lord Krishna being invoked here as the Lord (Eternal Charioteer).

    Would like to know your comments on this.

    Thanks and regards,
    Shrinath Shenoy
    Pune

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    Atul Narang

    March 8, 2015 at 4:06 PM
    No matter how much they cover their a88. They are liars beyond the magnitude normal people can even think of, that's why they are successful liars. People doubt themselves, but not the English and English supporting. It was surely not in the praise of God what we used to sing everyday in the assembly of the school.

    Jana(People) Gana(Republic) Mana(Minds) Adhiyanak(Dictator,leader{Something like Senapati, chief commander, representative or dictator. It can't be God}) Jaya He(Praise to).

    Bharat Bhagya Vidhata(One who is the lord of the fortune of India)

    Punjab Sindh Gujarat Maratha Dravid Utkala Banga
    Vindhya HImachal Yamuna Ganga Ucchal Jaladhi Tarang(Waves of the sea)

    Tav Shubh Naame Jaage (Wake up with your good name)
    Tav Shubh Aashish Maage(Asking for your blessings)
    Gaahe Tav jaya gatha(Singing the praises of your story of glory)

    Jan Gan Mangaldayak(good doer) Jai He....

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    1. CONTINUED FROM 1-
      It is known by everybody that it was not written at the time of independence, but written earlier in 1911. At the time, India was under the British only, officially King George was the ruler. It is a long custom for the poets and intellectuals to write praises for the Kings, this was nothing new, every ruler had got massive books written in his praise. Also, He was given a nobel prize too, British were not fools to give away prizes to disloyalists. Fools are those who think so.

      As quoted by Wikipedia, though known to hide facts,

      "A certain high official in His Majesty's service, who was also my friend, had requested that I write a song of felicitation towards the Emperor. The request simply amazed me. It caused a great stir in my heart. In response to that great mental turmoil, I pronounced the victory in Jana Gana Mana of that Bhagya Vidhata (ed. God of Destiny) of India who has from age after age held steadfast the reins of India's chariot through rise and fall, through the straight path and the curved. That Lord of Destiny, that Reader of the Collective Mind of India, that Perennial Guide, could never be George V, George VI, or any other George. Even my official friend understood this about the song. After all, even if his admiration for the crown was excessive, he was not lacking in simple common sense."

      Rabindranath Tagore openly admits that he was asked to write a song for the emperor. If he had written for the God, why a little before the arrival of the MF George. He saved his a88 by saying it I will be disrespected by answering to this and blah blah. What caused a great stir in his heart? To write the song for the emperor of course. To save himself from the wrath of the emperor, he had to write the song, he did not had any option and he just did that only. Later, when people started objecting, he fit the God angle.

      This much admission above is also recorded in a letter, not the open statement of declaration.
      1. He was a loyal to the English, Proof - Nobel Prize.
      2. He did not had an option to deny writing for the bloody king.
      3. He had to give some explanation justifying what he did.
      4. God is not 'Adhinayak'. A dictator is exactly 'Adhinayak'.

      Atleast see after seeing, don't close your eyes when you see.
      I do not understand, why everybody is sleepwalking..
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      Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
      March 8, 2015 at 4:21 PM
      hi an,
      TAGORE WROTE JANA GANA MAMA FOR HIS MASTER -- KING OF ENGLAND.

      http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/12/nobel-prize-and-knighthood-for-tagore.html

      capt ajit vadakayil
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