Sare Jahan Se Accha


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This blog is about the Muslims of India, their love for the motherland, their contributions to its culture and society, their sacrifices for its independence, unity and secularism and the challenges they face today

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  1. * Roshan says:

    Don’t you believe that giving priority based on religion is going to be a dangerous thing for our country? I agree that Muslims have slid down social indices and are not getting the due that every citizen of this country deserves. But when the govt starts favoring based on religion it’s gonna create problems. Wouldn’t it be a better idea to have reservations etc based on you economic conditions. Every citizen, irrespective of his religion gets the benefits of reservations if he is economically not well off. Maybe we could add a few other criteria into it than just economics.

    The other question to think about is why Indian Muslims have fallen back in development. Is the system discriminating against them actively or should Indian Muslims also shoulder some responsibility for it. The first thing for any person in this age is to access good education, and this must be made mandatory for every citizen. And the community leaders have a role to play too. Then we will have lot more progressive thinking India Muslims like you helping make India a super power like no other. Don’t think I’m preaching or patronizing, this is actually what I believe in.

    | Reply Posted 12 years, 9 months ago
  2. * Roshan says:

    Sorry I put the comment here. It should have gone under one of your posts. My bad 😦

    | Reply Posted 12 years, 9 months ago
  3. * Tajunnisa says:

    ASAK,
    I was quite surprised to see some one writing so sensibily. I think the educatedlot must and should in the right direction that gives a scope for individual and community development. The political representation of muslim minorities is pathetic, they muslim league has never worked in the upliftment of the community post independence, they are more keen to increase their wealth.
    in fact there should be a movement, start by the educated lot , may be a kind of association which is very far from religious leaders and political outfits, if any one is planning or intending to plan need to gather and take it forward. today we have access through technology and internet, that can convey the good tidingsto far reaches

    | Reply Posted 12 years, 4 months ago
  4. * Tajunnisa says:

    ASAK,
    I was quite surprised to see some one writing so sensibily. I think the educatedl ot must and should go in this right direction that gives a scope for individual growth and community development. The political representation of muslim minorities is pathetic, the muslim league has never worked in the upliftment of the community they are more keen to increase their wealth.
    in fact there should be a movement, start by the educated lot , may be a kind of association which is very far from religious leaders and political outfits, if any one is planning or intending to plan need to gather and take it forward. today we have access through technology and internet, that can convey the good tidings to far reaches

    | Reply Posted 12 years, 4 months ago
  5. * neurojava says:

    Stumbled on your blog. Very interesting indeed. I wish I had the time to write more.

    Sad in way, that you have to talk about your “Indian-ness”. And prove it. And I, as a Hindu, never have to.

    Sign of the times I guess.

    But great work. Keep writing.

    -N-

    | Reply Posted 12 years, 2 months ago


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