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Hindu influence in 21st century & india re emerging giant

  1. 1. 1
  2. 2. Humour 2
  3. 3. Prime Minister of England with wife UK PM Cameron White with wife 3
  4. 4. Concern For The Poor Dr. Ravindra Koelhe, MD, lives and runs a clinic in Melghat, Maharashtra. His fee is Rs. 2 for the first consultation and Rs. 1 for the second. Apart from being a doctor, he is also a social worker. Dr. Koelhe was first recognized after he filed a case against government who failed its duty to protect the Korku tribals of the region. It has been 24 years now since, Koelhe had been serving these people. When he arrived at Melghat, the infant mortality rate was close to 200 per 1,000 babies, now the count has been reduced to 60 4
  5. 5. ravisydney@yahoo.com, www.hindugenius.blogspot.com 8
  6. 6. Hindu Economy 9
  7. 7. World Today Europe: Godless, Contraceptives, & USA: Pre Marital sex, Single Mothers, Unmarried mothers, Heavy Debts, Unemployment, Unrest, Youth no skills Arabs: Shia- Sunni Peace: Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, Anna Hazare v/s Europe, USA, Arab Spring 10
  8. 8. Europe USA Today Illegitimacy is normal & Marriage is Luxury Children: Labour: Lack of Discipline, Skills Import from Somalia Terrorism is also imported India, China: Large No. of Scientists, Engineers, Doctors, Accountants, Software Experts, Researchers 11
  9. 9. PIGS Europe USA Today Debt as % of GDP 158%, 115%, 115%, Greece, Portugal, Italy, Iceland EUROPE 110% 94% Ireland, 91%, 91%, 87%, 86%, 79% 70% Belgium, USA France, UK, Spain German OTHERS 7% Kuwait, 11% Russia, 19% 24% 34% Australia, Indonesia, Nz12
  10. 10. Europe USA Today Debt as % of GDP OTHERS 54% 54% Malaysia, Mauritius, 60% India, 174% Japan CREDIT RATINGS AAA AA BB Australia, Germany, China, France, India, Hong Kong 13
  11. 11. Europe USA Today Steve Jobs, 2005 Johnny Cash, Bob Hope Raghu Rajan, Alan Greenspan 2008 May Black Friday Crash on Wal Mart Anna Hazare, Arab Spring, Crash on Wal Street 14
  12. 12. Teaching Lessons Alwar Maharaja 1905 Purchased 6 Rools Royce to carry dirt and clean the city Municipality Dr KURIEN Asked Edmond Hillary to sign below Sherpa Tenzing’s 15
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  14. 14. Akshay Venkatesh 1981 Perth, Western Australia International Physics Olympiad and International Mathematics Olympiad, at the age of 11 & 12 only Australian to win 2 Olympiads Graduated university at age 15 with a double major in mathematics/physics. Finished his PhD at 20 from Princeton University. Associate Professor at 23. Stanford University Professor counting, equi-distribution problems in auto-morphic forms and number theory, in particular representation theory, locally symmetric spaces and ergodic theory. 17
  15. 15. Child Prodigy – 5 yr Kautilya Pandit Kautilya Pandit - 5 years old child prodigy – Karnal Haryana Scholar on Geography, Planets, Solar System, Astronomy etc 18
  16. 16. Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati Youngest Patent Holder 9 Year old boy Jaipur 6 Player Chess Board Suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy and is confined to a wheelchair 19
  17. 17. Vaishnavi – 11 yr old Highest IQ (225) in the World Vaishnavi – 11 yr old From a village in Tamil Nadu IQ of 225, much higher than the current World record holder Kim UngYong, an adult, whose IQ is around 210 OCJP, Microsoft Certified Professional and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) with more than 90% when she was just 10 years old - a world record again. (The previous record was held by a 12-year-old boy from Pakistan, Irtaza Haider) Passed 20
  18. 18. Vaishalini – 11 yr old Highest IQ (225) in the World gets invited for "guest lectures" on Engineering topics at International conferences and by prestigious institutions like National Institute of Technology dad Mr. Kumaraswamy, an electrician 21
  19. 19. Child Prodigy – Mental Calculations Priyanshi Somani (born 1998) won 1st place in the 2010 Mental Calculation World Cup at age 11. She is mental calculator (person with prodigious ability in some area of multiplying or factoring large numbers). Shakuntala Devi (1929-2013) was an Indian prodigy mental calculator, who was known for her very rapid calculation abilities - despite having no formal education. 22
  20. 20. Child Prodigies Tathagat Avatar Tulsi (born 1987) Bihar received an undergraduate degree (PHYSICS) at 10 years old, got a Ph.D. at 21 & was offered a position of assistant professor at IIT B at 22. Tanishq Mathew Abraham (born 2003) is an American child prodigy with Indian ancestry who joined the on-campus college Astronomy class at 7 years old. Not only did he pass the course with an A grade but he was the top student among his college classmates (the youngest in the world). He is also one of the youngest members of American Mensa, joining at 4 years old in 2008. As of 2010, he and his younger sister, Tiara Thankam Abraham are the youngest siblings to both join Mensa at 4 years old. 23
  21. 21. Child Prodigies Kishan Shrikanth - Directed a feature film on 35 mm, of 130 mins Care of Footpath at age nine and entered the Guinness Book of World Records for being the youngest film director on this earth. LITERATURE Rituparna Bhattacharjee, wrote Bhutiya at the age of 11 in 1998. 24
  22. 22. Music Child Prodigies Kumar Gandharva (1924 – 1992) : Legendary vocalist enthralled audiences and senior artists alike in his tours at a young age of twelve. Chandrakant Sardeshmukh: A Sitar maestro who performed at the age of six and declared child prodigy by world famous Ravi Shankar. Ustad Zakir Hussain: 1951 A tabla maestro who was touring by the age of twelve. 25
  23. 23. Child Prodigy Sachin Tendular & Prithvi Shaw Sachin Tendulkar - Batsman (cricket). Made debut at the age of 16. In his early matches he hit Abdul Qadir, a prominent leg spinner of the time for 4 sixes in an over, hit a century at Perth, world's fastest pitch. Representing India for 21st year in International cricket. Has scored 100 international centuries, the first batsman to get 200* in ODI Prithvi Shaw world record 546 in the senior schoolboys on 19 Nov 2013 9th std student Captain of Mumbai under 16 Yrs 26
  24. 24. Satyam Kumar – Bhojpur Bihar – 12 yrs – cracks IIT-JEE Bihar farmer’s 12-year-old son cracks IIT-JEE: A child prodigy from Bhojpur district in Bihar has created history by cracking the IIT-JEE 2012 at the age of 12 years and nine months. Satyam Kumar of Bakhorapur village under Barahara block in Bhojpur district got all-India rank (AIR) 8,137 in the prestigious competition. He qualified from Mumbai zone, and is still awaiting his plus two results. 27
  25. 25. Child Prodigy – Space Research Dr. K. R. Sridhar (1960) B.Tech Mechanical Engg – NIT Tiruchirappalli nuclear physicist, professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering, innovator, entrepreneur principal co-founder and CEO of Bloom Energy, his innovation, the Bloom Box, has been widely regarded as the the “Holy Grail” of clean energy. In 1994 at NASA he successfully developed a device that used solar power and water extracted from the planets and subsequently powered a reactor cell that produced oxygen to breathe and hydrogen to power machines and vehicles. 28
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  27. 27. Military Brats – Children of Military Men Celina Jaitley, Indian actress, father V K Jaitley, is a retired Colonel and her mother, Meeta, an Afghan Hindu, was a nurse in the Indian Army. Brother also in Indian Army. Deepak Chopra, doctor, public speaker, and writer on subjects such as spirituality, Ayurveda and mind-body medicine. father, Krishan Chopra, M.D. (1919–2001) was a prominent Indian cardiologist. He was head of the department of medicine and cardiology at Mool Chand Khairati Ram Hospital, New Delhi, for over 25 years. Jeev Milkha Singh, the first Indian professional golfer to become a member of the European Tour, son of legend Milkha Singh Lara Dutta, Indian actress, Miss Universe 2000. Father, Wing Commander L.K. Dutta in the Indian Air Force. Nirupama Rao, is a 1973 batch Indian Foreign Service officer who is the current Ambassador of India to the United States of America since August 2011. Father, Colonel P.V.N. Menon. 30
  28. 28. Military Brats – Children of Military Men Celina Jaitley, Indian actress, father V K V K Jaitley Meeta Jaitley, is a retired Colonel and her mother, Meeta, an Afghan Hindu, was a nurse in the Indian Army. Brother also in Indian Army. Celina Jaitley with brother 31
  29. 29. Military Brats – Children of Military Men Deepak Chopra, doctor, public speaker, and writer on subjects such as spirituality, Ayurveda and mind-body medicine. father, Krishan Chopra, M.D. (1919–2001) was a prominent Indian cardiologist. He was head of the department of medicine and cardiology at Mool Chand Khairati Ram Hospital, New Delhi, for over 25 years. Jeev Milkha Singh, the first Indian professional golfer to become a member of the European Tour, son of legend Milkha Singh Milkha Singh with his grandson Harjai, wife Nirmal, daughter-in-law Kudrat and son, golfer Jeev Milkha Singh 32
  30. 30. Military Brats – Children of Military Men Lara Dutta, Indian actress, Miss Universe 2000. Father, Wing Commander L.K. Dutta in the Indian Air Force. …with her parents and sister Nirupama Rao, is a 1973 batch Indian Foreign Service officer who is the current Ambassador of India to the United States of America since August 2011. Father, Colonel P.V.N. Menon. 33
  31. 31. World Needs Innovations in 34
  32. 32. Indian Innovations in 35
  33. 33. Ancient Vedic Shloka over 5,000 years back "Om purna mada purna midam Purnaat purnam udachyate Purnasya purnam adaaya Purnam eva vasishyate Om shanti shanti shantih" Which translates into: Guillaume de l'Hôpital . 1661- 1704 France, Paris . INFINITY ÷÷ INFINITY = INFINITY "That is the whole, this is the Whole; from the Whole, the Whole arises; taking away the Whole from the Whole, the Whole remains“ (Replace Whole by Infinity) 36
  34. 34. Father & Grand Father of Computer Science ALAN TURING (1912 – 1954) British father of computer science and artificial intelligence Grand Fathers of Computer Science Vedic Scholars Baudhayana, Panini, Pingala 37
  35. 35. Grand Fathers of Computer Sc BAUDHAYANA (1000 BC) BAUDHAYANA (1,000 BC) Vedic Scientist BAUDHAYANA (1,000 BC) Vedic Scientist Srauta Sutra, Karmanta Sutra, Dvaidha Sutra, Grihya Sutra, Dharma Sutra, Sulba Sutra, Mathematics: Pythagorean Theorem, Sq Root of 2, Circling the Square 38
  36. 36. Grand Fathers of Computer Sc PANINI (1000 BC) PANINI (Vedic Period) Sanskrit Grammarian PANINI BACKUS NAUR FORM 1963 39
  37. 37. Grand Fathers of Computer Sc PINGALA (1,000 BC) VEDIC SCHOLAR, Chandah Sutra (Prosody) Mathematician: Binary (used in Computers), Pascal Triangle, Binomial Theorem, Fibonacci 40 Series,
  38. 38. Innovations in Mathematics Srinivasa Ramanujam (1887 – 1920) 41
  39. 39. Innovations in Mathematics Dattatreya Kaprekar (1905 - 1986) 42
  40. 40. Innovations in Mathematics Dattatreya Kaprekar (1905 - 1986) 43
  41. 41. Innovations in Mathematics S. R. Srinivasa Varadhan, winner of the Abel Prize and Steele Prize. specialised in probability Shreeram Shankar Abhyankar (1930 – 2012) Singularity theory and Abhyankar's conjecture of finite group theory Anil Nerode, proved the Myhill-Nerode Theorem. 44
  42. 42. Innovations in Mathematics Narendra Karmarkar, Inventor of Karmarkar algorithm. G. S. Maddala, Econometrics. 45
  43. 43. Innovations in Computer Technology VINOD DHAM Father of Pentium Chip AVTAR SAINI Co-led the development of the Pentium processor Intel. 7 patents related to microprocessor design AJAY BHATT Co-Inventor of the USB. Chief Client Platform Architect at Intel 46
  44. 44. Child Prodigy Dr. K. R. Sridhar (1960) B.Tech Mechanical Engg – NIT Tiruchirappalli nuclear physicist, professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering, innovator, entrepreneur principal co-founder and CEO of Bloom Energy, his innovation, the Bloom Box, has been widely regarded as the the “Holy Grail” of clean energy. In 1994 at NASA he successfully developed a device that used solar power and water extracted from the planets and subsequently powered a reactor cell that produced oxygen to breathe and hydrogen to power machines and vehicles. 47
  45. 45. Innovations in Computer Technology ARUN NETRAVALI pioneer of digital technology including HDTV and MPEG4. Former President of Bell Labs. Former CTO of Lucent. Dr Praveen Chaudhari Rewritable compact disc (CD-RW), Pranav Mistry: Sixth Sense Project Samsung Korea 48
  46. 46. Dr Pranav Mistry – Palanpur - Gujarat (born 1981) Computer Scientist. MSc IIT Mumbai / Samsung electronics - Director of Research. Invented Sixth Sense. PhD MIT Mouseless – an invisible computer mouse; SPARSH – a novel way to copy-paste data between digital devices; Quickies – intelligent sticky notes that can be searched, located and can send reminders and messages; Blinkbot - a gaze and blink controlled robot; a pen that can draw in 3D; Public Map that can act as Google of physical world. Pranav’s research interests include Augmented reality, Ubiquitous computing, Gestural interaction, AI, Machine vision, Collective intelligence 49 and Robotics.
  47. 47. Pranav Mistry 50
  48. 48. Innovations in Computer Technology SABEER BHATIA Co-founder of Hotmail SHIVA AYYADURAI Inventor of Email, Prof MIT KRISHNA BHARAT Principal Scientist at Google Famous for creating Google News 51
  49. 49. Shiv Ayyadurai – Child Prodigy High School Student in 1978, developed a full-scale emulation interoffice mail system, which he called "EMAIL" Teaches Systems of the Visualization at MIT. Systems Health™, an educational program for medical doctors - integrates concepts from systems of holistic medicine such as Siddha, Ayurveda, and Traditional Chinese medicine with systems science and systems biology. EchoMail's core technology - for Automatically classifying inbound email for the U.S. White House, for President Clinton's email. 3 Patents Makes Reading and Response of Customer Service emails faster as well as to support targeted email marketing for companies such as Allstate, Nike, 52 Unilever, and JCPenney.
  50. 50. Ajay Bhatt - USB Ajay V. Bhatt[3] is an Indian-American computer architect who helped define and develop several widely used technologies, including USB (Universal Serial Bus), AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port), PCI Express, Platform Power management architecture and various chipset improvements. Ajay Bhatt rose to global celebrity as the coinventor of USB through an Intel 2009 TV advertisement, where he was portrayed by actor Sunil Narkar. 53
  51. 51. Ajay Bhatt - USB Ajay V. Bhatt[3] is an Indian-American computer architect who helped define and develop several widely used technologies, including USB (Universal Serial Bus), AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port), PCI Express, Platform Power management architecture and various chipset improvements. Ajay Bhatt rose to global celebrity as the co-inventor of USB through an Intel 2009 TV advertisement, where he was portrayed by actor Sunil Narkar.[4] After completing his graduation from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India, Bhatt received his master's degree from The City University of New York, United States. Bhatt joined Intel corporation in 1990 as a senior staff architect on the chipset architecture team in Folsom. He holds thirty-one U.S. patents, and several others are in various stages of filing. In 1998, 2003 and 2004, Bhatt was nominated to take part in a Distinguished Lecture Series at leading universities in the United States and Asia. He received an Achievement in Excellence Award for his contribution in PCI Express specification development in 2002. In April 2013 he was awarded the Outstanding Achievement in Science & Technology Award at The Asian Awards in London. 54
  52. 52. Innovations in Computer Technology Google search Engine Amit Singhal "ranking algorithm" Google Fellow, Search Engine Ben Gomes (Indian from Tanzania) Google Fellow – Search Engine 55
  53. 53. Innovations in Computer Technology Mahadev Satyanarayanan : Mobile and Pervasive Computing MANI LAL BHAUMIK Excimer Laser Technology NARINDER SINGH KAPANY "Father of Fiber Optics“ (Engineer) 56
  54. 54. World’s Youngest MS Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 9 yr Pranav Kalyan LA (Madurai) Palamedu in Madurai District Pranav s/o Kalyan Kumar s/o R. Mohan http://www.techtre e.com/content/new s/2416/9-yearindian-origin-boyyoungestmicrosoft-certifiedtechnologyspecialist.html 4th grade / Bank of America / small-time Clerk 57
  55. 55. Youngest Program Launchers Applications for Iphones Catch me Cop - Game Alphabet Board – Learning App Prayer Planet - Religious 10 year student SANJAY, 12 year student SHRAVAN KUMAR of CHENNAI– INDIA 2012; 58
  56. 56. Innovations in 59
  57. 57. Innovations in Science & Technology Noble Prize 2009 Nobel Laureate Venky Ramakrishnan Dr Shiv Subramanya Coordinator or Joint Coordinator of all US Space Projects for 20 years in 70s and 80s. USA honored him with their highest National award Subra Suresh, USA Technical Advisor to USA President Dr George Sudarshan : Tachyon, first to propose its existence Physicist, author 60
  58. 58. Innovations in 62
  59. 59. Oman Indian Scientist Dr Jayakar Jayakar’s  Sand Boa Jayakari Barker Hottentotta Jayakari Stotzky h Jayakari Male Roa - Jayakari Chaetodon Jayakari 63
  60. 60. Oman Indian Scientist Dr Jayakar Hemitragus Jayakari Jayakari Pauses Omanosaura Jayakari Jayakar Agama Trapelus jayakari Jayakar’s Sea Horse Hippocampus Jayakari 64
  61. 61. Kids Power of Bharat 14 year Akrit Jaswal 7 yrs age: Youngest surgeon in the world; 12 yrs age: admitted in Medical University Dr Balamurali Ambati, physician, world's youngest doctor at age 17, New York Univ. Opthalmology Sushma Verma 7 years 3 months youngest student to pass Class X board exams obtaining 354 marks out of 600. MSc Micro Biology at 13 yrs 14 year Shailendra Verma her brother is in final year Computer Application. 65
  62. 62. Innovations & Achievements in Medicine Yallapragada Subbarao (12 Jan 1895 - 9 Aug 1948) Aureomycin, presented to the medical world in 1948, should have won him the Nobel Prize. As a great doctor, As a life saver, Medicinist, Researcher, he reached the heights and the peaks of the mighty Himalayas Dr Rangaswamy Srinivasan, Lasik eye surgery, only Indian to feature in the US National Inventors Hall of Fame in the company of greats such as Edison, Ford, Disney, Nobel and the Wright Brothers Chandra Kumar Narainbhai Patel : (1938) carbon dioxide laser in 1963, Cutting Tool in Surgery, Industry & Military National Medal of Science from US Prez 66 Bill Clinton
  63. 63. Innovations & Achievements in Medicine Dr SANJAY GUPTA Neurosurgeon & CNN chief medical correspondent, nominated for U.S. Surgeon General by President Barack Obama Dr DEEPAK CHOPRA, MEDICAL DOCTOR, AUTHOR, 67
  64. 64. Innovations & Achievements in Medicine Khem Shahani : Microbiologist who conducted pioneer research on probiotics, he discovered the DDS-1strain of Lactobacillus acidophilus Professorship established at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in his name, honoring his work as scientist and professor Dr AMIT PATEL, Cardiovascular Surgeon and Stem Cell Researcher - First person to inject stem cells directly into the heart. 68
  65. 65. Innovations & Achievements in Medicine KIRAN MAZUMDAR SHAW - 1953, Melbourne Univ Biocon Diabetes w/o injections In 2007–08, a leading US trade publication, Med Ad News, ranked Biocon as the 20th leading biotechnology companies in the world and the 7th largest biotech employer in the world. Biocon also received the 2009 BioSingapore Asia Pacific Biotechnology Award for Best Listed Company 69
  66. 66. Innovations & Achievements in Medicine The Biocon Foundation's 7 ARY clinics are located where healthcare facilities are poor and they offer clinical care, generic medicines and basic tests for those who cannot afford them. Each of the clinics serves a population of 50,000 people living within a radius of 10 km. All the clinics organize regular general health checks in remote villages by bringing in physicians and doctors from network hospitals. Each year, the Foundation touches more than 300,000 lives through its holistic healthcare approach. She helped establish a 1,400-bed cancer care center at the Narayana Health City campus at Boommasandra, Bangalore, along with Dr. Devi Shetty of Narayana Hrudayalaya in 2007. She liked the innovation model and thinking that Dr. Prasad Kaipa brought to Biocon and funded multi-year research at Indian School of Business by creating Biocon Cell for Innovation Management as part of Center for Leadership Innovation and Change. 70
  67. 67. Innovations & Achievements in Medicine Dr. SANGEETA BHATIA Harvard-MIT doctor & scientist Engineer of Artificial Liver Cells. Dr. SIDDHARTHA MUKHERJEE, scientist and writer, Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction (2011) Dr . ANITA GOEL, Harvard-MIT Physicist, Physician, Globally recognized expert in Nanobiophysics and Nanotechnology; Chairman & CEO, Nanobiosym; Inventor of the Gene-RADAR technology. 71
  68. 68. CSIR – Central Drug Research Inst Lucknow CENT-CHROMAN 1st non-steroidal oral contraceptive in the world Marketed by Hindustan Latex Ltd as Saheli and as Centron by M/s Torrent Pharmaceuticals, Ahmedabad 72
  69. 69. BCIL – Biotech Consortium India Ltd BCIL Public limited company. Promoted by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India and financed by IDBI, ICICI, IFCI, UTI and IFCI Venture Capital Funds Limited (formely RCTC) and corporate sector including Ranbaxy Laboratories, Glaxo India, Cadila Laboratories, Lupin Laboratories, Kothari Sugars and Chemicals, Rallis India, SPIC, Madras Refineries, Zuari Agro, EID Parry, ACC and Excel Industries. Actively involved in technology transfer, project consultancy, fund syndication, information dissemination, and manpower training & placement. Assisted hundreds of clients including scientists, technologies, research institutions, universities, first entrepreneurs, the corporate sector, national and international organizations, central government, various state governments, banks and financial institutions. 73
  70. 70. NMITLI – New Millennium Indian Technology Leadership Initiative The New Millennium Indian Technology Leadership Initiative (NMITLI) Largest Public-Private-Partnership effort within the R&D domain in the country. Seeks to build, capture and retain for India a leadership position by synergising the best competencies of publicly funded R&D institutions, academia and private industry. identifying, selecting and supporting potential winners. Based on the premise of consciously and deliberately Carved out a unique niche in the innovation space and enjoys an excellent reputation. 74
  71. 71. NMITLI – New Millennium Indian Technology Leadership Initiative Evolved 60 largely networked projects in diverse areas viz. Agriculture & Plant Biotechnology, General Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Drugs & Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Materials, Information and Communication Technology and Energy. These projects involve 85 Industry Groups from different institutions. Partners & 280 R&D 1750 Researchers are engaged in these projects. These 60 projects cumulatively - an outlay of approximately ` 550 crore. 75
  72. 72. CSIR – Central Drug Research Inst Lucknow CENT-CHROMAN 1st non-steroidal oral contraceptive in the world Marketed by Hindustan Latex Ltd as Saheli and as Centron by M/s Torrent Pharmaceuticals, Ahmedabad 76
  73. 73. Innovations in 77
  74. 74. World Record in Rice Harvest http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/2013/feb/16/india-rice-farmers-revolution Sumant Kumar Darveshpura, Nalanda Bihar (Feb 2013) 22.4 Tonnes / hectare of land with no GM, and no herbicide More Than 19.4 tonnes achieved by the "father of rice", the Chinese agricultural scientist Yuan Longping, More Than World Bank-funded scientists at the International Rice Research Institute in the Philippines, or Anything achieved by the biggest European and American seed and GM companies. Krishna, Nitish, Sanjay and Bijay, his friends and rivals in 78 Darveshpura, all recorded over 17 tonnes, 78
  75. 75. World Record in Potato Production http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-02-18/patna/37159936_1_potato-production-world-record-nalanda Rakesh Kumar Nalanda, Bihar 1,088 quintals per hectare(Feb 2013) (108.8 tonnes) - Organic Farming 359 quintals more than the previous world record set by Nitish Kumar of Darveshpura village in Nalanda last year. 650 QUINTALS NETHERLANDS He deployed high density plantation technique, used for enhancing mango, litchi and guava production, for growing the 79 79 kufri pukhraj variety of potato to lift the old benchmark to an entirely new level.
  76. 76. World Record in Onion Production http://governancenow.com/news/regular-story/organic-farmingnot-hot-potato-meet-nalanda-man-who-set-world-record Rakesh Kumar Nalanda, Bihar 660 quintals per hectare (2012) 550 quintals / hectare - a farmer in the Netherlands Nalanda has emerged a new trendsetter in farming, as farmers like Sumant Kumar has created a world record in paddy, producing 224 quintals per hectare and overtaken Krishna Kumar, also of Nalanda. Others like Surendra Prasad and Janardan Ram have also created80a national record in wheat production.80
  77. 77. Village Entrepeuners Mansukhbhai Jagani Motor-Cycle driven ploughing m/c Mansukhbhai Patel Cotton Stripper Machine Rs 1.5 lacs / Rs 4 Lacs Chintakindi Mallesham http://indianfusion.aglasem.com/?p=2326 81 81
  78. 78. Innovations in 82
  79. 79. Innovations – Energy & Environment Sivaraj Muthukumaran 26 year old, Tiruppur Eco Cab 120 Kg Solar Panel Batteries Pedal also 45 km/hour http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/cities/chennai 83 /tirupur-boy-comes-out-eco-friendly-cab-615
  80. 80. Village Entrepeuners Mansukhbhai Jagani Motor-Cycle driven ploughing m/c Mansukhbhai Prajapati Mitti Cool Fridge, non- stick pans and vessels Mansukhbhai Patel Cotton Stripper Machine Rs 1.5 lacs / Rs 4 Lacs Chintakindi Mallesham http://indianfusion.aglasem.com/?p=2326 84 84
  81. 81. Eesha Khare USA 18 yrs Battery Charging in 20 Seconds http://www.financialexpress.com/n ews/indian-american-teen-eeshakhare-invents-wondrous-20seccharger-google-eyes-bid/1118420 18 Yrs of Age Eesha Khare, Saratoga, California invents 20 seconds Battery charger awarded USD 50,000 for developing the tiny device Can last 10,000 charge – recharge cycles 21 May 2013 85
  82. 82. Empowering 86
  83. 83. Cpl Dip Prasad Pun was Awarded Gallantry Cross. Talibans – They call themselves Champions of Islam. 87
  84. 84. Battle of Saragarhi 12 Sept 1897 21 vs 10,000 600 – 1400 died & many wounded 88
  85. 85. Hridayeshwar Singh Bhati Youngest Patent Holder 9 Year old boy Jaipur 6 Player Chess Board Suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy and is confined to a wheelchair 89
  86. 86. Vaishnavi – 11 yr old Highest IQ (225) in the World Vaishnavi – 11 yr old From a village in Tamil Nadu IQ of 225, much higher than the current World record holder Kim UngYong, an adult, whose IQ is around 210 OCJP, Microsoft Certified Professional and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) with more than 90% when she was just 10 years old - a world record again. (The previous record was held by a 12-year-old boy from Pakistan, Irtaza Haider) Passed 90
  87. 87. Vaishalini – 11 yr old Highest IQ (225) in the World gets invited for "guest lectures" on Engineering topics at International conferences and by prestigious institutions like National Institute of Technology dad Mr. Kumaraswamy, an electrician 91
  88. 88. Arunima Sinha Ambedkar Nagar, UP Former National Volleyball Player, Pushed from Train by chain snatchers – Multiple Fractures Age 25: 1 May 2013 st Amputee to climb Everest at 10.55 am on Tue 21 92
  89. 89. Arunima Sinha 26 year old 1st Female Amputee to Climb Sagarmatha Almost two years to the day since a moving train severed Arunima Sinha’s left leg just below the knee, the 26-year-old Indian arrived at Everest base camp ready to climb the world’s highest mountain. On Tuesday 21 May 2013 morning just before 11 o’clock she became the first female amputee to reach the summit. Ms. Sinha, who has a prosthetic leg, took nearly 17 hours to scale the mountain after spending about two months acclimatizing and going on treks in northern India and Nepal. “She was definitely slow because of her physical condition. But her mental strength and stamina was extraordinary,” said Dawa Sherpa, the general manager at Asian Trekking, 93 a Nepal-based company that organized her expedition.
  90. 90. Indian Women on Sagar Matha ANSHU JAMSENPA – Arunachal Prade 2 World Records Mother of 2 to climb Everest thrice Twice in 10 days 12th May and 21st May 2011 “Young Indian Leader Award” Ningthoujam Bidyapati Devi 1st woman from Manipur 94
  91. 91. Indian Achievements on Sagar Matha Nameirakpam Chingkheinganba 16 Year old school kid Class XI Youngest from NE to Climb Mt Everest Arjun Bajpayee – 16 year old - youngest Indian - Noida "The Everest is not a child's game" black belt Karate and Taekwondo player 95
  92. 92. Youngest on Sagar Matha 16 Year Sherpa Temba Tsheri http://lubbockonline.com/stories/053101/wor_053101087.shtml Lost 5 fingers due to Frost bite in an earlier attempt 96
  93. 93. Muslim Women Saudi Arabia, Pakistan Raha Mobarak, 27 Yr old; May 2013 1st Saudi Arabian Female on Everest Samina Baig, May 2013 1st Pakistani Female climbed Everest Only 2 Pak Male have climbed so far. 97
  94. 94. Nepali Hindus Records in Sagar Matha Pem Dorjee Sherpa & Moni Mule Pati , June 2005 They briefly took off their oxygen masks and put on plastic garlands, while the groom symbolically applied red powder on the bride's forehead Apa Sherpa, 21 Times From1990 & as on 2011 Now he and his family live in Draper, UTAH, USA 98
  95. 95. Re Birth a 99
  96. 96. Against All Odds visually impaired girl, Shrishti Tiwari, from Damoh town has topped the Madhya Pradesh Higher Secondary examination in Arts stream.For Shrishti, a student of JBP Government Higher Secondary School in Damoh, the achievement is special not only academically but also because of the fact that she is visually impaired since birth. She scored 481 out of 500 marks to emerge as the topper in Arts stream. Shrishti's grandparents and uncle helped her a lot in mastering the subjects, her family said. While her parents stay in Bhopal because of job compulsions, Shrishti's maternal uncle Sanjay Gangele prepared notes for her. Her maternal grandparents Virendra and Pushpa Gangele 100 read out the notes to her, they said.
  97. 97. Against All Odds Daughter of a migrant Tamilian, an autorickshaw driver and living in a small tenement, Prema Jayakumar topped the nationwide CA exams in January 2013 this year.The 300sq feet tenement in which the family lives is in a congested, noisy neighbourhood http://www.indiatimes.com/news/ india/meet-three-inspirationaltoppers-who-beat-all-odds-777453.html 101
  98. 98. Against All Odds UTTARANCH AL FLOODS RELIEF WORK BY INDIAN JAWANS 102
  99. 99. Against All Odds N Shiva Kumar from Bangalore - feature in the very newspapers that he has been selling since Class 6. gained admission in the prestigious business school, IIM-Calcutta after cracking CAT last year. Shiva, 23, a computer science student of Bangalore Institute of Technology, is the son of an illiterate mother and a father who was a truck driver. He started working as a newspaper delivery boy and for his debtridden family of four. Speaking about his struggles to TOI, Shiva says, "Every morning people would come home asking my father to return the money he had borrowed. My father had a truck. But there were more liabilities than what he could earn with it. When I was in Class 3 or 4, I sold flowers that my mother strung into garlands by the roadside. 103
  100. 100. Women Bankers of India Chanda Kochar ICICI MD & CEO Shikha Sharma, AXIS Bank, MD & CEO Arundhati Bhattacharya, SBI, Chief Let Noble Thoughts Come to us from all Directions- Rig Veda 104
  101. 101. Women Bankers of India Vijayalaxmi Iyer, Bank of India, Chair Person Subbalaxmi Panse Allahabad Bank, Chairperson Archana Bhargava United Bank of India, Chairperson 105
  102. 102. Women Heads of MNCs in India Naina Lal Kidwai HSBC India, Country Head Kalpana Morparia, JP Morgan India, CEO Kaku Nakhate, BOFA-ML, Country Head 106
  103. 103. Dalit Businessmen Saraiya Super Hero Rajesh India’s first Dalit Billionaire – Dehradun, Aeronautics from Russia SteelMont Pvt Ltd– MNC in Ukraine ”People have to change from inside” Ashok Khade son of a cobbler, Barefoot to school, sitting on floor Temple worship not allowed- rebuilt, drinking water not allowed, BMW sedan, 4,500 employees, $100 million company 107
  104. 104. Village Entrepeuners Mansukhbhai Jagani Motor-Cycle driven ploughing m/c Mansukhbhai Prajapati Mitti Cool Fridge, non- stick pans and vessels Mansukhbhai Patel Cotton Stripper Machine Rs 1.5 lacs / Rs 4 Lacs Chintakindi Mallesham http://indianfusion.aglasem.com/?p=2326 108
  105. 105. Burn – Do Not Bury 95% Japan 70% 65% 40 % New Zealand Australia & Canada USA Less than 10 % Poland Italy and Low Cremation Rate in Muslim, Eastern Orthodox, and Roman Catholic majority countries is much lower due to religious 116 sanctions on cremation.
  106. 106. Famous Jews Cremated http://www.aleyshalechet.co.il/en-US/c/Famous_People_who_Chose_Cremation Saul, the 1st King of Israel, and his sons were brought to Yavesh-Gilad, and cremated there, while other kings, who had been punished by God, such as King Yehoram, were not cremated. SAMUEL I, 31, 12: Albert Einstein one of the greatest physicists of all times, His name became a synonym for the word "genius". Sigmund Freud - the father of modern psychoanalysis, which serves as the current basis for all existing theories about understanding the mind. Robert Oppenheimer most important nuclear physicist to work on the American Manhattan Project; first to exploit nuclear energy. 117
  107. 107. Famous Jews Cremated Arthur Rubenstein - one of the greatest pianists and conductors of the 20th century. The Arthur Rubenstein International Piano Competition was named in his honor. Harpo Marx one the three famous Marx brothers In his will, he directed that he be cremated Ze'ev (Vladimir) Jabotinsky - was a Revisionist Zionist (nationalist) leader, author, poet, orator, soldier, and founder of the Jewish Self-Defense Organization in Odessa. Ethel Merman Born in Queens, New York, in 1908, she was known for her talent in acting, theater, and especially singing. 118
  108. 108. Famous Music Cremated Maria Callas, (1923 –1977) an American-born Greek soprano and one of the most renowned and influential opera singers of the 20th century. cremated at the Père Lachaise Cemetery and her ashes were scattered over the Aegean Sea, off the coast of Greece, according to her wish. Greta Garbo (1905 –1990), Swedish & Hollywood film actress Honorary Academy Award in 1954 for her "luminous and unforgettable screen performances". fifth greatest female stars of all time, cremated in Manhattan, and her ashes were interred in 1999 at a Cemetery in her native Stockholm. George Harrison, MBE (1943 –2001) English musician, singer and songwriter Lead guitarist of the Beatles. His ashes were scattered in the Ganges and Yamuna rivers in India, according to Hindu tradition. 119 He left almost £100 million in his will.
  109. 109. Famous Music Cremated George Harrison, MBE (1943 –2001) English musician, singer and songwriter Lead guitarist of the Beatles. His ashes were scattered in the Ganges and Yamuna rivers in India, according to Hindu tradition. He left almost £100 million in his will. Marvin Gaye (1939 –1984), American singer-songwriter and musician. Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. part of his ashes spread near the Pacific Ocean 120
  110. 110. Famous Cremated Rudyard Kipling John Lennon Eliot Ness 121
  111. 111. Famous Cremated Arthur Neville Chamberlain (1869 –1940) British Prime Minister 1937 to May 1940. led Britain through the first 8 months of World War II. George Bernard Shaw (1856 –1950) Irish playwright co-founder of the London School of Economics. music and literary criticism, drama, and he wrote more than 60 plays. Also an essayist, novelist and short story writer. Subjects: education, marriage, religion, government, health care & class privilege only person to have been awarded both a Nobel Prize in Literature (1925) and an Oscar (1938), for the film Pygmalion His ashes, mixed with those of his wife, Charlotte PayneTownshend, were scattered along footpaths and around the 122 statue of Saint Joan in their garden.
  112. 112. Famous Literature Cremated George Bernard Shaw (1856 –1950) Irish playwright co-founder of the London School of Economics. music and literary criticism, drama, and he wrote more than 60 plays. Also an essayist, novelist and short story writer. Subjects: education, marriage, religion, government, health care & class privilege only person to have been awarded both a Nobel Prize in Literature (1925) and an Oscar (1938), for the film Pygmalion His ashes, mixed with those of his wife, Charlotte PayneTownshend, were scattered along footpaths and around the statue of Saint Joan in their garden. Henry James, OM (1843 –1916) American-born British writer one of the key figures of 19th-century literary realism. Brother of philosopher and psychologist William James. Cremated at Golders Green Crematorium and his ashes are 123 interred at Cambridge, Massachusetts
  113. 113. Famous Cremated 124
  114. 114. Famous Cremated 125
  115. 115. Famous Cremated 126
  116. 116. Famous Cremated 127
  117. 117. Famous Cremated Maria Callas Neville Chamberlain Alexander Fleming Greta Garbo Marvin Gaye George Harrison Henry James John F. Kennedy Rudyard Kipling John Lennon Eliot Ness George Bernard Shaw 128
  118. 118. Famous Cremated 129
  119. 119. Famous Cremated 130
  120. 120. Famous Cremated 131
  121. 121. Famous Cremated 132
  122. 122. Problems Before CHINA Protests Mass Killings during Mao Zedung Ageing Work Force Wage Rise Global Recession 139
  123. 123. Protests in China 2011 Dec: Siege of Wukan, China Anti Corruption Movement Today WUKAN ‘Give us back our farmland’ Could BEIJING ‘Let us continue farming’ Be Next ? Tibetan Uprisings - 1959 / 1989 / 2008 Abuse of Human Rights, Lack of Religious Freedom, Lack of Cultural Protection, Killing Civilians 1989 Tiananmen Square Protests 200,000 Pro-Democracy Students 3,000 killed 1996 – 1999 Falun Gong / Dafa Largest after 1989 Protests 140 Imprisonment, Torture, Coercions, Propaganda
  124. 124. Abuses in China Liu Xiaobo – Nobel Peace Prize 11 Years Imprisonment since 2009 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Ni Yulan & Her Husband Former Lawyer crippled, Oxygen Machine, House razed, Homeless, CHINA – Great Leap Forward 1958 - 61 40 Million Dead, 30 Million cancelled or Delayed Births Greatest Peacetime Demographic Disaster of 20th century 141
  125. 125. 3 Reasons for China’s Success Deng Xiaping 1970s Transformational Reforms & Opening up Hu Jintao - Renationalization End of Cold War 1991 – USSR Breaks up End of Political Barrier to Intl Trade 2008 – Global boom crashed Chinese Work Force Extraordinary Bulge ‘Yu Gong Moving Away Mountains’ 142 Wages Rise, Ageing workforce,
  126. 126. The Coming Collapse of China Gordon G. Chang *Gordon G. Chang is the author of *The Coming Collapse of China<http://www.amazon. com/gp/product/ 0812977564/ ref=as_li_ ss_tl? ie= UTF8&tag= fopo-20&linkCode =as2&camp= 1789&creative= 390957&creativeA SIN=0812977564> * and a columnist at Forbes.com. Follow him on Twitter @GordonGChang<http://www.foreignp olicy.com/ twitter.com/ GordonGChang> Today Wukan, Could Beijing be next? 2011 Dec: Siege of Wukan, China Anti Corruption Movement Today WUKAN 143 ‘Give us back our farmland’ Could BEIJING
  127. 127. WHAT YOUTH MUST DO ? Adopt a Child Donate Eyes Donate Blood Don’t Kill a Baby Girl in the womb 148
  128. 128. Pioneers of HSS Shakhas Swargeeya Laxmanrao Bhide ji travelled to 60 countries in all continents to start shakhas and Hindu activities. Swargeeya Chamanlal ji coordinated all Sangh and Hindu activities outside Bharat from his Delhi office. Dr Shankar Tatwawadi ji is the present International Coordinator of Hindu Swayam sewak Sangh. He travels to all countries to coordinate the HSS shakha activities. 151
  129. 129. Initiator of 1st shakha outside Bharat – Jagdish Shastri ji 1st shakha on the deck of a ship sailing from Mumbai to Mombasa, Kenya in 1947. Sh. Jagdish Shastri ji and Ma. Rugani ji were the s/sewaks. 152
  130. 130. 800 HSS Shakhas 730 70 HSS Shakhas in 35 Countries Sevika Samiti Shakhas in 16 Countries ================================== 800 Total Shakhas in 35 Countries NEPAL: 230 Total Shakhas 120 Daily & 110 Weekly Shakhas Major Shakhas in 142 – USA, 102-UK, 100-Sri Lanka 80 – Carribeans (West Indies), 50-Myanmar, Pracharaks Vistaraks from Myanmar, Malaysia, UK, USA, Holland, Surinam, Sri Lanka, Bharat 153
  131. 131. First Year Sangh Siksha Vargas in 14 Countries Burma Mauritius Guyana Nepal Malaysia South Africa Kenya Trinidad Surinam USA UK Canada New Zealand Holland HSS 3 Days Camps in 6 countries Hong Kong, Australia, Fiji, Sri Lanka, Germany, Norway, 154
  132. 132. Africa Samiti & SanghGhosh Varga 155
  133. 133. HSS in USA … BALA GOKULAM Children Quarterly Magazine Hindu Exhibition University Campuses SV150 Neperville 157
  134. 134. PMs & Presidents in HSS Functions AFRICA Jomo Kenyatta, President of Kenya Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa ENGLAND PM Smt. Margret Thatcher at Makara Sankranti Utsav in 1990 NEW ZEALAND PMs David Lange & Helen Clerk SINGAPORE President Devan Nair at Intl Hindu Conference in 1988. TRINIDAD PM Basdev Pandey at VHP Function 158
  135. 135. PMs & Presidents in HSS Functions NEW ZEALAND PMs David Lange & Helen Clerk TRINIDAD VHP Function PM Basdev Pandey Presenting a cheque for US $ 20,001/= for Katrina Flood Relief to Louisiana State Governor Catherine Blanco. 159
  136. 136. Impact of HSS – Sewa in Malaysia Malaysia (Gemas) Paranthaman served flood affected Hindus. 1. Hindu Street Children gave up smoking after staying in HSS Children Homes. Malaysian S/sewaks came forward in large numbers to donate blood when many Hindu laborers were affected in a chemical factory fire. 162
  137. 137. Impact of HSS & Sewa in Sri Lanka In Sri Lanka Ganesh Chaturthi Festival is drawing devotees in large numbers. In Sri Lanka, HSS and Sewa Intl undertook massive Tsunami rescue and rehabilitation work from day one. Sewa Intl built many houses for the victims. 163
  138. 138. Impact of HSS – Sewa in UK, USA … Prince Charles appreciated the work of Sewa International Prince Charles invited Mumbai Dabbawala President for his wedding Tony Blaire Praised the work of Sewa International 164
  139. 139. HSS in USA … BALA GOKULAM Children Quarterly Magazine Hindu Exhibition University Campuses SV150 Neperville 166
  140. 140. HSS in USA … GURU VANDANA Teachers Surya Namaskar Yagna 10,122 participated. 988,302 Surya Namaskars RAKSHA BANDHAN with Community Leaders 167
  141. 141. World Hindu Conferences . Hindu Consolidations Around The World HSS - VHP . 177
  142. 142. World Hindu Conferences Organised by HSS, VHP and Vishwa Dharma Prasar Yaatra in more than 30 major cities of the world in UK, Denmark, Germany, Russia, USA, Canada, Guyana, Trinidad, Surinam, South Africa, Mauritius, Kenya, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Hong Kong etc. 1989 PP Doctor ji’s Birth Centenary Celebrations Place: Milton Keynes Football Stadium, Near London, UK 100,000 Hindus from all over the world 300 Hindu Organisations in United Kingdom Came together to host this conference. Only handful of Police patrolling that area. Rest of arrangements taken care by HSS Volunteers 178
  143. 143. ravisydney@yahoo.com, www.hindugenius.blogspot.com 179
  144. 144. The Iron Pillar At Delhi 6.7 meters above the ground and 0.5 meters below, tapering from 420 mm diameter to 300 mm at the top, weighing about 6 tons Universally acclaimed as amongst the most impressive Technological achievements of Ancient India. Considered as RUSTLESS WONDER, the most outstanding human achievement of that period in Iron Technology. 182
  145. 145. Indians Shine in 21 Century st Rasul Pookutty Oscar Award Winner I come from a country and a civilization that has given the universal word. That word is preceded by silence, followed by more silence. That word is   OM. So I dedicate this award to my country. Feb 22, 2009 while accepting Oscar 183
  146. 146. Columbia University Statue at Lehman Library, School of International Public Affairs 197
  147. 147. India – America Connections Obama’s Trinket (Bracelet) Land of Hindus Katrina Hurricane – 2005 $5 Million donation to American Red Cross, 2 planes of Relief Supplies 204
  148. 148. Prime Ministers, Presidents – Hindu Influence USA Prez Barack Obama 16 Oct 2009 lighting Diwali lamp in White House amidst Vedic chantings UK Parliament 2009 Diwali & Ram Nawami Celebrations UK Prince Charles visits London Swami Narayan Temple Canadian PM Max Mulrony’s His 2 sisters have taken Diksha from a Himalayan Guru 205
  149. 149. Hindu Influence on European Heads of State PM of Italy Benitto Craxi Visits Satya Sai Ashram France at Puttaparthy Prez Jacque Chirac’s wife devotee of Kashi Viswanath Russian Prez Yeltsin’s wife Naina & daughter Tatiana conduct yoga classes Greek President Karolos Papoulias welcomed President Abdul Kalam in Sanskrit. 206
  150. 150. Hindu Influence on Asian-African Heads of State Chinese PM Wen Jiabo recited ‘Aum Sahana Vavatu’ before Chinese Politburo South Africa President Thabo Mbeki recited 0n 6 Sept 2003, Vedic Mantra ‘Sangachhadvam’ at Durban University Bahrain, Sultan with Pramukh Swami Iraq PM Nouri Al Maliki - Baghdad 22 May 2007 with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar 207
  151. 151. Thailand / Malaysia Postage Stamps Lord Ganesh, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva 208
  152. 152. Largest Ganesh Murti – Kolhapur- 66 feet – 800 MTons Chinmay Ganadhish 209
  153. 153. Nakhon Nayok Lord Ganesha temple in Thailand 210
  154. 154. Hindu Imprints in Thailand Samudra Manthan Scene at Swarna Bhumi Intl Airport and Bangkok Samudra Manthan Scene from Hindu Puranas at Swarna Bhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand. Let Noble Thoughts Come to us from all Directions- Rig Veda 211
  155. 155. Hindu Imprints in Indonesia, world’s largest Muslim Country (3% are Hindus) Lord Ganesha and Garuda on Indonesian Currency–year 1998 Garuda Airways Mata Saraswati Statue on top of Lotus Flower , 16 Feet in Washington DC A block away from Indian Embassy, near Statue of Mahatma Gandhi 212
  156. 156. Mata Saraswati Statue on top of Lotus Flower , 16 Feet in Washington DC; USA. A block away from Indian Embassy, near Statue of Mahatma Gandhi 213
  157. 157. Hindu Imprints in Indonesia, world’s largest Muslim Country Lord Krishna and Arjuna on a chariot with 8 horses. City Center, Jakarta, Indonesia 214
  158. 158. Hinduism in Thailand, Malaysia Thai Kick Boxing Based on Vali Sugreev Yudha Garuda National Thailand King’s name is “Bumipal Atulya Tej, Rama IX” Symbol Ministers take oath in the name of “Urusan Seri Paduka Baginda” ‘by the orders of Paduka of Lord Rama’ Kuala Lumpur Petronas Tower, World’s tallest Twin Tower. Owned by Ananta Krishnan Let Noble Thoughts Come to us from all Directions- Rig Veda 215
  159. 159. Lord Nataraja at CERN, Geneva "It is the clearest image of the activity of God which any art or religion can boast of" ... 216
  160. 160. Golden Age of Hinduism Bhagwad Gita in USA Unive Staten Hall University, 10,000 students studying Sanskrit in UK Schools To Improve Pronunciations Raam Currency Holland & USA 1 Raam = 10 Euro $, 217
  161. 161. Deepavali In Parliaments Diwali Singapore Lighting Little Madras Diwali Canada Lighting Parliament Diwali Australia, Lighting Canberra Parliament Diwali USA Lighting White House Diwali New Zealand, Lighting Wellington Parliament Diwali Barbie USA Diwali Australia, Lighting Sydney Parliament Diwali UK, Lighting London Parliament 218
  162. 162. Yoga Around The World Abdul Kareem Jabbar World Basket Ball champion runs Yoga college Madonna Quincy Jones Oscar Award winning Music Director cured Malignant Tumor with Yoga & Meditation Australian Crcket Team defeated India in 35 Years By Practicing Yoga Practices Yoga and sings Sanskrit Hymns Ayurveda & Bharata Natyam Ayuvedic Burqa, Popular in Saudi Arabia Ramli Ibrahim & Chandra Banu Malaysia 219
  163. 163. Vedas & Bhagwad Gita US Senate July 2007 & State Parliaments inaugurate with Vedic Chantings Julia Roberts Oscar winning actress takes to Hinduism Children Maha Laxmi, Ganesh, Krishna Balram USA Noble Prize 2009 Alfred Ford USA spreads Hinduism, Steve Jobs, USA Ipod, Iphone, Apple Computers Wears Kurta, Pyjama, Dhoti Nobel Laureate Venky Ramakrishnan 220
  164. 164. 2009 - 2010 Commonwealth Games kick-start Vedic Chants by British Children Sonal Shah director of Social Innovation and Civic Participation. USA Noble Prize 2009 Kamla Persad Bissessar Trinidad 1st Woman Prime Minister Subra Suresh, USA Technical Advisor to President Usha Rajagopalan Hindu Chaplin of Nobel Laureate Duke University, Venky Ramakrishnan Durham, North Carolina 222
  165. 165. Hindus in UK – 1.4 million = 2.3% Laxmi Mittal Swami Narayan Temple Steel Man of Europe Largest Overseas Srichand Hinduja Businessman Priti Patel Conservative Party MP Aruna Seth, UK Shoes Designer Kate Middleton, Prince Williams, Goldie Hawn, Paris Hilton, Emily Blunt, Princess Beatrice, •Dr Chitra Bharucha, Kiran Desai •Gurinder Chadha 223
  166. 166. Poorest in UK Bangla Deshi Poorest in UK 65% Pakistani Very Poor in UK 55% Black Africans Very Poor in UK 45% 224
  167. 167. Laos Ramayan Phra Lak Phra Lam – 200 BC 225
  168. 168. Cambodia Ramayan - Ramakerti 226
  169. 169. Thai Ramayan – 13th century 227
  170. 170. Islamic Indonesian Ramayan - 870 AD Wayang Kulit – 9th Century Ramayana in Java & Bali Kakawin Ramayana, 228 Yogesvara Ramayana,
  171. 171. Islamic Malaysian Ramayan Hikayat Seri Rama – 13th century 229
  172. 172. Ramayan – Burma, Myanmar Ramayan Yama Zatdaw Philippines Philippines Ramayana Maharadiya Lawana & Darangan 230
  173. 173. Ramayan Imprints in China Bodhi Dharma of Kanchipuram 500 AD, taught in China Zen Buddhism and 16 ways of Martial Arts. Huyen Tsang Chinese Scholar spent 12 years in Bharat and took thousands of manuscripts to China Ji Xianlin, Chinese Sanskrit Scholar on Ramayan, Padma Bhushan 2008. Chinese Ramayan Cartoons Chinese PM Wen Jiabo recited ‘Aum Sahana Vavatu’ 231 before Chinese Politburo
  174. 174. Ramayan –UK, Europe Bhaktivedanta UK RAAM Currency for World Peace. 1 RAAM = 10 Euro $ and these bonds are convertible at Fortis Bank in Roermond, the Netherlands. Diwali UK, Lighting London Parliament 232 London, UK State Funded Krishna-Avanti Hindu school at a cost of $19.5 million (Rs 100 Crores).
  175. 175. Dalit Businessmen Saraiya Super Hero Rajesh India’s first Dalit Billionaire – Dehradun, Aeronautics from Russia SteelMont Pvt Ltd– MNC in Ukraine ”People have to change from inside” Ashok Khade son of a cobbler, Barefoot to school, sitting on floor Temple worship not allowed- rebuilt, drinking water not allowed, BMW sedan, 4,500 employees, $100 million company 233
  176. 176. Dalit Businessmen Top 10 Dalit Crorepati Club Natha Ram, Chairman, Steelmont Pvt Ltd, Mumbai, Turnover: Rs 600 crore Ashok Khade, CEO, Das Offshore Engineering, Mumbai, Rs 550 crore Kalpana Saroj, Chairperson, Kamani Tubes, Mumbai, Rs 100 crore Milind Kamble, CMD, Fortune Construction Company, Pune, Rs 101 crore Sanjay Kshirsagar, MD, Sound Concept, Mumbai, Rs 100 crore Devjibhai Makwana, CEO, Suraj Filament, Bhavnagar, Gujarat, Rs 300 crore Swwapnil Bhingardeve, MD, Khandoba Prassana Sakhar, Pune, Rs 90 crore Malkiat Chand, CEO, Janagal exports, Ludhiana, Rs 70 crore Dr Sushant Meshram, Multi-specialty hospital in Nagpur, Rs 40 crore Avinash Jagtap, CMD, Everest Spun Pipes, Pune, Rs 35 crore 234
  177. 177. Empowering Dalits & Villagers Govind a 239
  178. 178. Village Entrepeuners Mansukhbhai Jagani Motor-Cycle driven ploughing m/c Mansukhbhai Prajapati Mitti Cool Fridge, non- stick pans and vessels Mansukhbhai Patel Cotton Stripper Machine Rs 1.5 lacs / Rs 4 Lacs Chintakindi Mallesham http://indianfusion.aglasem.com/?p=2326 240
  179. 179. ravisydney@yahoo.com, 241
  180. 180. 5 Criteria for Super Power 1. Military Strength Must have won a Major War 2. Must be a leader of Knowledge Based Society 242
  181. 181. Criteria for Super Power 3. Must be a land of Wealth Creators 4. Must influence other nations 243
  182. 182. Criteria for Super Power 5. Women and Youth Empowerment 244
  183. 183. From Super Power to Vishwa Guru 6. Must be a land of Spiritual Leaders 7. Must be a and of Cultural Values 245
  184. 184. 1st Criteria Military Superiority 1.Large & Well Trained Army 2.Independent Military Agenda 3.Must have won a Major War 4.Modern and Powerful Missiles 247
  185. 185. 1st Criteria Military Superiority The government must seriously consider enlarging the scope of its counter-terrorism policy to covertly eliminate the leaders of terrorist organisations abroad who are sponsoring terrorism in India. 248
  186. 186. 1st Criteria Military Superiority 1.Large & Well Trained Army 2.Independent Military Agenda 3.Must have won a Major War 4.Modern and Powerful Missiles 249
  187. 187. Brave Women of India Padmavathy Bandhopadhyay the first woman Punita Arora Air Marshal in the Indian Air Force. first Indian woman Lieutenant General in the Indian Army Bachendri Pal, the first Indian woman (and the fifth in the world), to scale Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world on 23rd May 1984, and stood on the summit of Sagarmatha (the Nepali name for the Mt. Everest) for 43 minutes. She is a Poor village girl from Garhwal. Nirmal Chawla Ist Lady Indian pilot to participate in any war (Kargil), she was flying 'Chetak' India's best fighter Chopper. Sarla Thakral first Indian woman Pilot 1936. 250
  188. 188. Brave Family Surgeon Rear Admiral Nirmala Kannan specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology spouse of Vice Admiral B Kannan only son is a serving Captain in the Army Medical Corps elder sister Nirupama Rao was Foreign Secretary of India & Ambassador to USA Father also Officer in Army 252
  189. 189. 1971 India Pak War Liberation of Bangladesh Field Marshall Gen Sam Manekshaw Lt Gen J.S.Arora & Lt Gen JFR Jacob architects of 1971 Bangla Desh liberation. Gen. Niazi & 93,000 Pak soldiers surrendered. INS Vikrant India’s Nuclear Carrier Vice Admiral Krishnan PNS Gazi, Pak Submarine lured and destroyed, Seventh Fleet / Enterprise American Nuclear 253
  190. 190. Kargil Heroes Param Veer Chakras Vikram Batra (Posthumous), Grenedier Yogendra Singh RFN Sanjay Kumar Mahaveer Chakras Major Sonam Wangchuk Lt Balwan Singh, Lt Keishing Clifford Nangrum Major Padmapani Acharya Major Shyam Sundar, Major Vikrant Shastri, Major Vivek Gupta, 254
  191. 191. India’s Nuclear Tests ?. 1974 1998 May 18, May 11 and 13 Let Noble Thoughts Come to us from all Directions- Rig Veda 1 Test 5 Tests 255
  192. 192. Our Missiles PRITHVI – II Test fired in Nov 2006. Surface to surface. Range 250 KM AGNI – III Surface to Surface, 2 Stage Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM). Over 3,500 km Range. War head 1,500 Kg. The Circular Error Probable (CEP) was less than 20 meters, which is best of class in the world AKASH. Long Range Surface to Air RAMJET. Can Target 5 enemy Air Crafts simultaneously at a RANGE of 25 KM Nishant Unmanned Aerial Vehicle – Day Night Capability, Artillery Fire Correction etc 256
  193. 193. Our Missiles TRISHUL. Surface to surface or Surface to Air. Short Range 50 KM NAG. Fire & Forget Anti Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) RANGE: 4 KMs BRAHMOS. Super Sonic Cruise Missile. 257
  194. 194. Our Missiles SHOURYA. (Valor) (12 Nov 2008) Surface to Surface Medium Range Missile. 600 KMs Range Test fired successfully AGNI - 3 3,500 KMs Range CHANDRAYAAN -1. (22 Oct 2008). (Moon Craft) India’s Lunar Satellite – launched from Sriharikota Space Center, 09 Nov 2008 – entered Lunar Orbit 18 days later. 258
  195. 195. Our Satellite Lauch Vehicles ASLV Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle. Range: 4,000 KMs. 150 Kg Pay Load. In Lower Orbit. Indian Satellites Aryabhatt, Rohini, Bhaskara PSLV Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. Range: 8,000 KMs. GSLV Pay Load: 1,200 Kg Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle. 259
  196. 196. World Record in Satellite Technology Bharatiya Space Scientists successfully put 10 Satellites into orbit on 28 April 2008. 10 Satellites  8 foreign nano satellites    for Canada, Germany, Japan etc Cartosat-2A Remote Sensing Satellite 690 Kg Bharatiya Mini satellite MS-1 (89 Kg) weighed 824 Kgs 260
  197. 197. Lee Kwan Yew – Singapore PM India's navy has an aircraft-carrier force; Its air force has the latest Sukhoi and MiG aircraft; Its army is among the best trained and equipped in Asia. India can project power across its borders farther and better than China can, yet there is no fear that India has aggressive intentions. 261
  198. 198. Indian Nuclear Scientists Rishi Kanad Vedic Nuclear Scientist Dr Homi Jehangir Bhabha – Father of India’s Nuclear Tech Dr Raja Ramanna Dr. PK.Iyengar Dr Anil Kakodkar Dr Chidambaram 262
  199. 199. Lord Nataraja at CERN Geneva Lord Shiva veritably presided over the world’s largest experiment as scientists today sent the first beam of protons zooming at nearly the speed of light around the world’s most powerful particle accelerator at the CERN laboratory near Geneva in search of the 'God particle'. Next to the 2m statue of the dancing Shiva or Nataraj at the European Center for Research in Particle Physics in Geneva is a plaque that explains the connection: "It is the clearest image of the activity of God which any art or religion can boast of" ... "Hundreds of years ago, Indian artists created visual images of dancing Shivas in a beautiful series of bronzes. In our time, physicists have used the most advanced technology to portray the patterns of the cosmic dance. The metaphor of the cosmic dance thus unifies ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics." 263
  200. 200. Indian Space & Missile Scientists Missiles used during Ramayan and Mahabharat times Vikram Sarabhai – Father of Indian Space Tech Dr Satish Dhawan Our Missiles Agni, Akash, Prithvi, Trishul, Nag, Our Satellites: Aryabhatt, Rohini, Bhaskara, Dr Abdul Kalam, Dr Madhawan Nair, Missile Man of India Present Chief of ISRO Dr Kasturi Rangan- 11 expert in the world and 1st Asian in Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing in 48 years to be honored by ISPRS with Brock Medal. th 264
  201. 201. Ancient & Modern Space Scientists Acharya Bharadwaj Pavana Putra Hanuman Vedic Aviation Scientist Ancient Astronaut Kalpana Chawla USA- Modern Astronaut Acharya Kapil Vedic Cosmology Scientist Sunita Pandya (Williams) USA - Longest Space walk 22 Hrs 27 Mints, took Bhagwad Gita, Statue of Lord Ganesha and a letter in Hindi to outer space 265
  202. 202. India’s Super Computer Param 10,000 Dr. VIJAY BHATKAR We want to preserve our timeless heritage in the form of a multimedia digital library on param-10000’. Dr. NARENDRA KARMARKAR the scientists who prepared an algorithm which could make computer to perform calculations 50-100 times faster. India in the race to build the fastest supercomputer capable of computing speeds of a PetaFlop (1000 tera flops) The Tatas provide funds to Dr. Narendra Karmakar to develop new architecture. 266
  203. 203. 2nd Criteria for Super Power Must be a Knowledge Based Society 1. Welcome Modern, diverse ideas & even opposite views 2. Excellent Colleges, Research Institutions 3. Patents, Innovations 4. Knowledge, not weapons, is the currency of 267 power in this century.
  204. 204. 1ST Golden Age of Indian Science & Technology Scientists 3,000 Years before Dhanwantari, Charaka, Sushruta Medical Science including Plastic Surgery, Nano Technology, Veterinary Science, Botany, Pharmacy, Rishi Bharadwaj, Kapil, Kanad Vimana Shastra or Space Vehicles, Cosmology or Creation of Universe, Nuclear Physics & Chemistry Sage Valmiki, Ved Vyas, Patanjali War Techniques, Missiles, War Techniques, Architecture, Artha Shastra Yoga, Meditation, Grammar, Ayurveda 268
  205. 205. Surgery “The Hindus (Indians) were so advanced in surgery that their instruments could cut a hair longitudinally.” Mrs Plunket “The surgery of the ancient Indian physicians was bold and skillful. A special branch of surgery was devoted to rhinoplasty or operations for improving deformed ears, noses and forming new ones, which European surgeons have now borrowed.” SIR W. HUNTER (British Surgeon) 269
  206. 206. YOGA 270
  207. 207. 2nd Golden Age of Indian Science & Technology 400 AD – 1500 AD Prominent Astronomers & Mathematicians Aryabhatt, Varahamihir, Nagarjun Mathematics & Astronomy, Science Encyclopedia & Astrology Organic and Inorganic Chemistry Bhaskaracharya Mathematics & Astronomy, Magic Square, Goladhyay 271
  208. 208. 2nd Golden Age of Indian Science & Technology 7 WONDERS of BHARAT भारत सरकार के पयरटन मंतालय के अतुलय भारत अिभयान के साथ िमल कर एनडीटीवी दारा आयोिजत एक राषवापी सवेकण के तहत कोणाकर सूयर मंिदर, KONARK मीनाकी मंिदर, खजुराहो, Sun Temple MADURAI Meenaxi Temple KHAJOORAHO लाल िकला, िदलली, DELHI Red Fort जैसलमेर दुगर, JAISALMER Fort नालंदा िवशिवदालय NALANDA University धौलावीर और DHAULAVEER जैसे सथलो को भारत के सात आशयर के रप मे चुना गया है। वीिडयो के िलये साभार : यू टूब 272
  209. 209. Incredible India - Do You Know… 1. India is No.1 in Remote Sensing Camera 2. India is one of the FOUR counties that produces SUPER COMPUTERS. 3. India has the Fastest Super Computer in Asia 4. India is one of the FOUR countries that has the 5. India is one of the FOUR countries that have landed on the Moon. 6. India is one of the SIX countries that have Satellite Technology, Rocket Launching capabilities, ICBMs & Cryogenic Engines. 7. Bharat is one of the Nine Countries that have conducted Nuclear Fast-Breeder Reactors. Tests. 280
  210. 210. Do you Know that India is No1 in … 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. India is No.1 in India is No. 1 in India is No. 1 in India is No. 1 in Software Development Call Centers BPOs KPO (Knowledge Process Outsourcing). Bangalore has maximum Software Engineers India is No. 1 in Youth Power and will remain so for another 30 years. India is No.1 in India is No.1 in Diamond Cutting. Tea & Milk Production. 9. Hero Honda produces maximum Motorbikes 10. Bharat Forge is the largest Forging Co in the world. 281
  211. 211. Do you Know that …….. 1. 2. 3. India is No.2 in India is No.2 in India is No.2 in Truck Manufacturing, Rice and Wheat Production. Vegetables and Fruits Production. 4. 5. India is No.4 in India is No.5 in Pharmaceuticals Production. Commercial Car Production. 6. India is advancing fast in Mobile Phones, Automobiles, Pharmaceuticals, Ayurveda, Machineries, Research and Developments, Satellites, Super Computers, 282
  212. 212. They should have got at least one Nobel Prize each Srinivasa Ramanujam,(1887 – 1920): Great Indian Mathematician, whose interest from academics at Trinity, College, Cambridge, led him to collaborate there and postulate and prove well over 3,542 theorems. Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose, (1858 – 1937) USA based IEEE has proved what has been a century old suspicion amongst academics that the pioneer of wireless-radio communication was Professor Jagdish Chandra Bose and not Guglielmo Marconi. Dr. Satyendranath Bose, (1894-1974) Indian Physicist, who solved one of the mysteries of quantum mechanics, showing that in the quantum world some particles are indistinguishable. His collaborations with Albert Einstein led to a new branch on statistical mechanics know commonly known as the “Bose-Einstein” statistics. 283
  213. 213. Indian Nobel Laureates Sir C.V. Raman, (1888 – 1970) 1930 - Nobel Laureate in Physics for work on scattering of light and Raman effect. Subramanyan Chandrasekhar, (1910-1995): 1983 Nobel Laureate in Physics. His many contributions to physics, on the structure and evolution of stars including rotational figures of equilibrium, stellar interiors, black holes, radiative transfer, hydromagnetic stability, stellar dynamics. V.S.Naipaul 2001 for literature Har Gobind Khorana, (b-1922 ): 1968 - Nobel Laureate in Medicine for work on interpretation of the genetic code . Currently residing as professor at MIT. Amartya Sen, (b-1933): Rabindranath Tagore, 1913 - for Literature 1998 - The Nobel Prize for Economics for his redefining work on ethical welfare economics. Currently residing as Lamont University Professor Emeritus at Harvard, after stepping down from the prestigious post of Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. 284
  214. 214. Unrecognised Indian Scientists in USA Yallapragada Subbarao (12 Jan 1895 - 9 Aug 1948) Aureomycin, presented to the medical world in 1948, should have won him the Nobel Prize. As a great doctor, As a life saver, Medicinist, Researcher, he reached the heights and the peaks of the mighty Himalayas Dr Rangaswamy Srinivasan, Lasik eye surgery, only Indian to feature in the US National Inventors Hall of Fame in the company of greats such as Edison, Ford, Disney, Nobel and the Wright Brothers Dr Praveen Chaudhari Rewritable compact disc (CD-RW), Dr Shiv Subramanya Coordinator or Joint Coordinator of all US Space Projects for 20 years in 70s and 80s. USA honored him with their highest National award 285
  215. 215. 3rd Criteria for Super Power 3. Must be a land of Wealth Creators 293
  216. 216. 4 of 8 World’s Richests are Indians Karlo Duniya Mutheemein World’s Richest Businessmen 1. 2. 3. 4. ($62B) Warren Buffet ($60 B) Carlos Slim Helu ($58 B) Bill Gates ($45 B) Lakshmi Mittal USA Mexico USA UK/ India 5. 6. 7. 8. ($43 B) Mukesh Ambani ($42 B) Anil Ambani ($31 B) Ingvar Kamprad ($30 B) K.P.Singh Bharat Bharat Sweden Bharat Ambani Bros together can buy the stock Exchange of Karachi and still be richer by a few billion $. Ambani Bros together are richer than World’s No. 1. 294
  217. 217. Karlo Duniya Mutheemein World’s Richest Indian Businessmen 1. 2. 3. 4. 4 5 6 8 ($45 B) ($43 B) ($42 B) ($30 B) Laxmi Niwas Mittal Mukesh Ambani Anil Ambani K.P.Singh 5. 6. 7. 43 ($15 B) Shashi & Ravi Ruia 60 ($12.7 B) Azim Premji 64 ($11.8 B) Sunil Mittal Arcelor Mittal Reliance Energy Reliance Mobile DLF Essar Group Wipro Airtel India has retained its position as the top source of billionaires in Asia with total 53 Kumar Birla Aditya Birla Grp persons, Ramesh Chandra Unitech who have a Gautam Adani Adani cumulative networth Group of $340.9 11. 110 ($8.2 B) Savitri Jindal billion on 12. 164 ($6 B) Anil Agarwal Vedanta Forbes’ 2008 8. 76 ($10.2 B) 9. 86 ($9.6 B) 10. 91 ($9.3 B) 13. 178 ($5.5 B) 14. 198 ($5.2 B) Adi Godrej G.M.Rao Godrej GMR 295
  218. 218. Builders of Modern Bharat Jamshedji Tata JRD Tata Tatas Gave us Indian Institute of Science Tata Institute of Fundamental Research TIFR Tata Institute of Social Sciences TISS Air India, New India Assurance Company Tisco, Telco, Tea, textiles, chemicals, Power, Dhirubhai Ambani G.D.Birla 296
  219. 219. INDIA –World Leader in GDP from 1 to 1730 CE HINDU RATE OF GROWTH 2010-ஆம் ஆணட இறதியில், மமைப ஐ.ஐ.ட. நிறவனததின் ேமலாணைமப் பிாிவின் (‘அெவனயஸ் 2010’ - பிரபல ெதாழில் நிறவனமான ேகாதெரஜ் கமெபனியின் உாிைமயாளர்ஆதி ேகாதெரைஜயம், GURU MURTHY - கமலஹாசன் ேபசிய ேகாதெரஜ், “கடநத 20 ஆணடகளில் – அதவம் உலகமயமாககதல் காரணமாகததான் – நம் நாட ெபரம் வளரசசிையக் காண மடநதத. அதவைர நம் நாட ெபாரளாதாரத் தைறயில்எபேபாதேம பினதஙகிததான் இரநதத ” எனறார். ேமலம், ெபாரளாதார அறிஞர் ேபராசிாியர் டா. ராஜ் கிரஷணா, நமத ஊரநத ெசலலம் வளரசசிைய ‘ஹிநத வளரசசி அளவ’ ('Hindu Rate of Growth') எனற விஷமமாக ெபயர் சடட கிணடல் ெசயதைத, ேகாதெரஜ் கறிபபிடட, ‘நாம் ஆைம ேவகததில் ஊரநத வநததறக நவன ெபாரளாதாரததகக ஒவவாத நம் நாடடன் பாரமபரயம் காரணம்’ எனற, ெவளிபபைடயாகக் கறாமல் கறினார். 297
  220. 220. INDIA –World Leader in GDP from 1 to 1730 CE HINDU RATE OF GROWTH மதல் ஆயவ, பால் பாயேராக் எனகிற ெபாரளாதார நிபணர்1980-களில் ெசயதத. இரணடாவத, OECD எனகிற பணககார நாடகளின் அைமபப ஏறபாட ெசயதிரநத ஆயவ 1980களில் தவஙகி 2001-ல் மடநத ெவளிவநதத. 298
  221. 221. INDIA –World Leader in GDP from 1 to 1730 CE HINDU RATE OF GROWTH Angus Maddison’s Chart of World GDP (via OECD) shows India, China far ahead of rest for most of history. 299
  222. 222. INDIA –World Leader in GDP from 1 to 1730 CE HINDU RATE OF GROWTH Jagat Sheth meaning the 'Banker of the World', was a title conferred on Fateh Chand, a very rich banker in Murshidabad, Bengal in the first half of the eighteenth century. 300
  223. 223. Hindu Genius in Business Jaswantiben Popat, Lijjat Papad Ritu Beri, Intl Fashion Designer Kiran Mazumdar Shaw of Biocon, Richest Indian woman. Gurinder Chadha, Film Director from UK 302
  224. 224. Overseas Hindu Business Power Indra Nooyi – USACEO PepsiCo, 3rd most powerful lady in the world. Chitra Bharucha UK - BBC 2nd in charge Suhas Gopinath Sanjiv Mehta, 2005 CEO East India Company 17 yr old California Youngest Multi National Multi- Millionaire businessman 303
  225. 225. 4th Criteria for Super Power Must influence other nations Foreigners Influenced by Hinduism Einstein, Openheimer, Schrodinger, Bohr,.. Have praised Bharat, our philosophy etc. Hindu Imprints Around the World Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Burma, China, Japan have been influenced by Bharat for 2,000 years. Presidents & Prime Ministers of Indian Origin In 30 Countries, Indians elected as Presidents, Prime Ministers, Ministers, MPs, MLAs, Mayors etc 304
  226. 226. Albert Einstein (1879 -1955): “When I read the Bhagavad-Gita and reflect about how God created this universe everything else seems so superfluous.” "We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made.” “I have made the Gita as the main source of my inspiration and guide for the purpose of scientific investigations and formation of my theories.” 305
  227. 227. Indian Heads of States Seewoosagar Ramgoolam, Anerood Jugnauth , Dr Navin Ramgoolam of Mauritius Anand Satyanand Cheddi Jagan & Bharat Jagdev of Guyana New Zealand Devan Nair & SR Nathan of SINGAPORE Basdeo Pandy TRINIDAD Mahendra Chaudhry, FIJI 318
  228. 228. 5th Criteria for Super Power Women and Youth Empowerment 320
  229. 229. Kids Power of Bharat 9 year old Kishan Shrikanth Youngest film director of the world 2006 5 year old Ajay Ravi Puri of Bangkok, Mini Microsoft Kid, Youngest to make his own Home Page on the Internet, 2000 14 year Viswanath Anand Youngest Grand Master of his time 4 year old Budhia Singh ran 65 KMs without a break 13 year Parimarjan Negi Youngest Grand Master 2005 7 year old Mohineesh of Vizag, World champion in under 8 World Chess Championship. Oct 2006 321
  230. 230. Kids Power of Bharat 14 year Akrit Jaswal 7 yrs age: Youngest surgeon in the world; 12 yrs age: admitted in Medical University 7 years 3 months Sushma Verma youngest student to pass Class X board exams obtaining 354 marks out of 600. MSc Micro Biology at 13 yrs 14 year Shailendra Verma her brother is in final year Computer Vasudevan is a maths wizard at 9 years of age. Application. Malarkodi can recite 130 Tirukkural verses even 10 year Arpan Sharma as a Std I student. (Edgbaston, Birmingham) can speak 11 languages English, French, German, Hindi, Swahili, Ugandan, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Mandarin, Thai. Ashika, LKG student from Chennai can recall the capitals of 132 countries and all the states of Bharat, also a master of Trivia in Geography, World Affairs. Akash her 2 year brother is also a wizard. 322
  231. 231. Kids Power of Overseas Hindus Gaurav Raja, a 15 year-old high school student in Virginia, USA has memorised 10,980 digits of pi, 5 year old Ajay Ravi Puri of Bangkok, Mini Microsoft Kid, Youngest to make his own Home Page on the Internet, 2000 AD Dr Bala Murali Ambatti New York, USA. 17 year-old World’s Youngest Doctor Sanjay Malakar 17 year old singer Top 7 in American Idol Miss Heenal Raichura Suhas Gopinath from Britain (United Kingdom) 17 yr old California World’s 2nd youngest Doctor Youngest Multi National 22 year old Multi- Millionaire businessman 329
  232. 232. Youth Power of Hindus Pulella Gopichand World Badminton Champion Refused Crores of Rupees advertisement by Pepsi Because it is harmful to children. Vijay Singh of Fiji World Golf Champion Kapil Dev won World cup for India in 1983 Sherpa Tensing of Nepal First to climb Mount Sagarmatha 19 year old Pankaj Advani World champion in 2 games: Billiards No.1 & Snooker No.1 Dhyan Chand all time great Hockey player. India scored 174 and conceded 7 goals in 24 games in Olympics 1928 -1956. 330
  233. 233. Olympic Medals for Hindus Abhinav Bindra Gold 2008 Beijing, Shooting Rajyavardhan Rathod Silver 2004 Athens Shooting Sushil Kumar Bronze 2008 Beijing, Wrestling Vijendra Kumar Bronze 2008 Beijing Boxing Karnam Malleswari Bronze 2000 Sydney Weight Lifting Kasaba Jadhav Bronze 1952 Helsinki, Wrestling 6th place in 1948 London 331
  234. 234. Women Power of Bharat 337
  235. 235. Women Power of Bharat Sirimavo Bandaranaike (Sri Lanka) & Smt Indira Gandhi (Bharat) were the first and second woman Prime Ministers of world. Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan), Sheikh Hasina & Khaleeda Zia (Bangladesh) & Sukarno Puteri Megawati (Indonesia) are the only Muslim woman prime ministers and they all have Hindu ancestors. 338
  236. 236. Women Power of Bharat 11 Year old Dronavalli Harika Asia’s youngest ever Chess International Women Master 2002 Marykom of Manipur. She is the first women boxer in the world to win the world title three years in a row Anuja Thakur of Mumbai. 22 year old World Snooker Champion She is also world No: 3 in Billiards Karnam Malleswari of Andhra 2000 Olympics Bronze medal winner in Weight Lifting Koneru Humpy of Andhra Young World Grand Master 339
  237. 237. Women Power of Bharat Sheetal Mahajan, Avvaiyar, Ancient Tamil Poetess 22 yr old from Pune, 1st girl in the world to jump from a parachute in both North and Andal, South Poles Ancient Tamil Saint Jaswantiben Popat, Mirabai, Rajasthan Lijjat Papad Maharani Padmini, Rani Verma, 14 yr old from Varanasi, lost both her hands in an accident. She wrote and passed SSC exams in first class in 2007 by writing with her feet. Rajasthan 14,000 women committed Sati Rani Durgawati, 340
  238. 238. Women Power of India Dr. V. Shanta of Chennai, 2005 Magasaysay winner for her service to Cancer patients Ritu Beri, Intl Fashion Designer Kiran Mazumdar Shaw of Biocon, Richest Indian woman. Kiran Bedi, Intl reputed jailor from Delhi. 341
  239. 239. Overseas Hindu Women Power Asha Srinivasan – USA26 year old PhD student one of top 15 Music Directors in USA. Chitra Bharucha UK - BBC 2nd in charge Indra Nooyi – USACEO PepsiCo, 3rd most powerful lady in the world. Gurinder Chadha, Film Director from UK Kiran Desai 19 year old Kavya Viswanathan of Harvard University USA. Her best selling novel will be filmed. She got $500,000 from the publisher of her novel. Youngest woman Booker Prize winner UK 342
  240. 240. Overseas Indians in Sports Mohini Bharadwaj, Sthalekar Australian Cricket team Captain USA 2004 Olympics Siver Medal winner in athletics Sherpa Tensing Norgay Vijay Singh, Fiji, Golf World #1 of Nepal first to climb the world’s highest peak Sagarmatha on 29 May 1953. 343
  241. 241. Women Achievers of Bharat Timeline of Achievements of Indian Women 1879: John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune established the Bethune School in 1849, which developed into the Bethune College in 1879, thus becoming the first women's college in India. 1883: Chandramukhi Basu and Kadambini Ganguly became the first female graduates of India and the British Empire. 1886: Kadambini Ganguly and Anandi Gopal Joshi became the first women from India to be trained in Western medicine. 1905: Suzanne RD Tata becomes the first Indian woman to drive a car.[29] 1916: The first women's university, SNDT Women's University, was founded on June 2, 1916 by the social reformer Dhondo Keshav Karve with just five students. 1917: Annie Besant became the first female president of the Indian National Congress. 1919: For her distinguished social service, Pandita Ramabai became the first Indian woman to be awarded the Kaiser-i-Hind by the British Raj. 1925: Sarojini Naidu became the first Indian born female president of the Indian National Congress 1927: The All India Women's Conference was founded. 1944: Asima Chatterjee became the first Indian woman to be conferred the Doctorate of Science by an Indian university 1947: On August 15, 1947, following independence, Sarojini Naidu became the governor of the United Provinces, and in the process became India's first woman governor. 1951: Prem Mathur of the Deccan Airways becomes the first Indian women commercial pilot. 1953: Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit became the first woman (and first Indian) president of the United Nations General Assembly 1959: Anna Chandy becomes the first Indian woman judge of a High Court (Kerala High Court)[30] 1963: Sucheta Kriplani became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, the first woman to hold that position in any Indian state. 2010 Randhawa becomes 1966: Captain Durga Banerjee becomes the first Indian woman pilot of the state airline, Indian Airlines. 1966: Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay wins Ramon Magsaysay award for community leadership. 1966: Indira Gandhi becomes the first woman Prime Minister of India 1970: Kamaljit Sandhu becomes the first Indian woman to win a Gold in the Asian Games 1972: Kiran Bedi becomes the first female recruit to join the Indian Police Service.[31] 1984: On May 23, Bachendri Pal became the first Indian woman to climb Mount Everest. 1989: Justice M. Fathima Beevi becomes the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of India.[32] 1997: Kalpana Chawla becomes the first India-born woman to go into space.[33] 1992: Priya Jhingan becomes the first lady cadet to join the Indian Army (later commissioned on March 6, 1993)[34] 1994: Harita Kaur Deol becomes the first Indian woman pilot in the Indian Air Force (IAF), on a solo flight. 2000: Karnam Malleswari became the first Indian woman to win an Olympic medal (bronze medal in the 2000 Summer Olympics at Sydney) 2004: Punita Arora became the first woman in the Indian Army to don the highest rank of Lieutenant General. 2007: Pratibha Patil becomes the first woman President of India. 2009: Meira Kumar became the first woman Speaker of Lok Sabha, the lower house in Indian Parliament 200-: Sushma Swaraj became the Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha 344
  242. 242. From Super Power to Vishwa Guru 6. Must be a land of Spiritual Leaders 7. Must be a and of Cultural Values 345
  243. 243. 6th Criteria Criteria for Vishwa Guru Must be a land of Spiritual Leaders In Spirituality India is the only Billionaire in the world. 346
  244. 244. Power of Our Spiritual Masters Mata Amritanand from Fisher women community, did not study beyond 3rd std, over 10 lacs (1 million) devotees from 110 countries attended her 50th birthday at a remote village in Kerala. Satya Sai Baba of Puttaparthy Never left Bharat but has devotees all over the world. PMs of nations and world leaders come to him for spiritual solace. Sri Sri Ravishankar Addressed the Parliament of European Nations at Brussels. Invited by Iraq PM to teach Yoga & Meditation to prisoners. Over 1 million (10 lac) devotees from 145 countries attended the 25th anniversary of Art of Living. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi introduced his “transcendental meditation” methods to the west. Has built up a following of about six million people. 347
  245. 245. Power of Our Spiritual Masters A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada In the former Soviet Union, Hare Krishna devotees risked being imprisoned and tortured for distributing Srila Prabhupada's books. Bhagwad Gita is now available in over 80 languages. Yoga Guru Swami Ramdev Baba holds week-long workshops in Europe, USA and Canada to teach his unique brand of pranayama (breathing) exercises. Dalai Lama The Tibetan Buddhist Scholar and Nobel Laureate has proved that Religion and Science can co-exist. Satya Narayan Goenka Vippasana Meditation now popular in South East Asia 348
  246. 246. Power of Our Spiritual Masters Narayani Amma Young Dalit Spiritual Master at Vellore, Tamilnadu. Built Golden Temple (2 Tons of Gold officially purchased from RBI). Runs Hindu Medical Hospital, Hindu colleges, … Pramukh Swamiji of Swaminarayan Panth Built Maximum number of Modern Massive Temples around the world. 349
  247. 247. Land of Cultural Values 350
  248. 248. READER'S DIGEST – Honest Cities (August 2007 issue) Reporters from READER'S DIGEST left 30 mid-priced mobile phones in public places in Mumbai and then watched how people reacted, as part of a unique survey. The survey in the world's 32 most populous cities saw Mumbai finishing fifth along with Manila and New York. In Mumbai, home to a very large number of poor, finders returned 24 of the 30 telephones. Slovenia's capital Ljubljana topped the list, returning 29 of the 30 'lost' telephones. Toronto came at the second spot with 28 telephones, followed by Seoul (27) Stockholm (26). Mumbai, Manila, New York (24) The telephone recovery in some of the wealthiest cities was poor. Sydney as well as London (19). all the seven women who found Reader's Digest phones in Mumbai returned them. 351
  249. 249. 7th Criteria for Vishwa Guru Must be a Land of Cultural Values The discovery of Reincarnation put my mind at ease. I would like to communicate to others the calmness that the long view of life gives to us." American Auto Industrialist Henry Ford Thousands of yoga enthusiasts, at Times Square in Manhattan, New York, one of the world’s busiest intersections in search for serenity, on June 21 every year. Ji Xianlin, 90 year old Chinese Sanskrit Scholar on Christian Yoga Gimmick by European and US Churches Ramayan, Ramli Ibrahim Malaysian Bharata Natyam Expert, Sutra Dance Theatre 353
  250. 250. SANSKRIT in Europe & USA 30 manuscripts of Rig Veda Included in UN Heritage List. Prof Robert Goldman HOD Sanskrit Dept, California Uni. Sanskrit words in many European languages including Greek, Latin, German, Scandinavian, Lithuanian, Celtic and Slavic, languages. Greek President Karolos Papoulias welcomed President Abdul Kalam in Sanskrit. Hindu University of America 354
  251. 251. SANSKRIT Universities in the World List is Incomplete 40 USA, Canada and Mexico 22 Europe (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland) 16 Germany 13 Italy 40 Japan 12 Australia, China, Israel, Oman, Thailand ================================================= 143 Universities outside Bharat (Incomplete List) 355
  252. 252. AYURVED Around the world ‘Ayurvedic’ Burqas Demand from Saudi Arabia is growing rapidly. Only natural cotton fabric, and organic dyes are used to avoid irritations and allergies. ‘Ayurvastra’ have healing values. Sept 3, 2007 http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/apparelnews/newsdetails.aspx?news_id=40310 Ayurvedic Institute of Brazil 356
  253. 253. Growing Popularity of Vedic Marriages World’s Shortest Celebrity marriages. 6 Hours 24 Hours 48 Hours 8 Days 9 Days 10 Days 12 Days 29 Days 32 Days Rudolf Valentino – Jean Acker Robin Givens – Syetozar Marinkovic Britney Spears – Jason Alexander Dennis Hopper – Michelle Phillips Cher – Greg Allman Carmen Electra – Dennis Rodman Robert Evans – Catherine Oxenberg Drew Barrymore – Welshman Jeremy Thomas Ernest Borgnine – Ethel Merman Growing Popularity of Vedic Marriages Several Western couples with their children come to Bharat (Kerala, Pushkar in Rajasthan, Varanasi etc) and re-marry in a Hindu temple in a traditional Hindu way to ensure that their marriages last longer. 357
  254. 254. Vedic Culture in Europe Mrs Margret Thatcher at Makara Sankranti Utsav of HSS, London in 1990 RAAM Currency for World Peace. 1 RAAM = 10 Euro $ and these bonds are convertible at Fortis Bank in Roermond, the Netherlands. Prince Charles & Camilla attended Hindu Temple on Diwali day 2007. London, UK State Funded Krishna-Avanti Hindu school at a cost of $19.5 million (Rs 100 Crores). 358
  255. 255. Vedic Culture in USA Hindu Priest Rajan Zed opened US Senate in 2007 with Vedic Prayers. Steve Jobs Apple Inc CEO & Co Founder Son of Abdulfattah Jandali of Syria Spent some months in India for Philosophical Enlightenment. Returned to USA with his head shaved & wearing traditional Indian clothing. US-Atlanta - Enormous Hindu Temple-13 domes-72 feet-$19 millionlargest of its kind in the world-Italian Marble-Tukish Limestone-Indian Pink Sand Stones. 359
  256. 256. Vedic Culture Around the World Thaksin Shinawatra Thailand Prime Minister at the Wat Erawan Brahma Temple. Ramli Ibrahim, Malaysian Bharata Natyam Expert, Sutra Dance Theatre Ji Xianlin, Chinese Sanskrit Scholar on Ramayan, Padma Bhushan 2008. Dr Chandra Bhanu – Malaysian Bharata Natyam Expert 360
  257. 257. Vedic Culture Around the World Sri Sri Ravi Shankar addressed European Parliament in Brussels in 2004 Pandit Ravi Shankar Prof. Rajendra Singh with Kenya Presidnet Daniel Arop Moi Mohan Rao Bhagwat - Hindu Sangam of 16,000 at San Francisco 361
  258. 258. Vegetarians In Europe GERMANY ITALIAN Vegetarians Vegetarians Vegetarians Brigitte Bardot Savitri Devi Romain Rolland Voltaire Émile Zola Albert Einstein Nastassja Kinski Frederich Nietzsche Albert Schweitzer Giordano Bruno Leonardo Da Vinci FRENCH United States Vegetarians Brooke Shields Tom Cruise Woody Allen Julie Christie Paul Newman Jim Carrey Drew Barrymore ENGLAND Vegans George Harrison 362
  259. 259. Winning New Friends Chinese PM Wen Jiabo recited ‘Aum Sahana Vavatu’ before Chinese Politburo South Africa President Thabo Mbeki recited Vedic Mantra ‘Sangachhadvam’ at Durban University to emphasize unity in the midst of racial diversities in Africa. Italy PM Benitto Craxi visits Puttaparthy to pay respects to his Guru Satya Sai Baba British PM Tony Blair condemned buldozing of Krishna temples in Kazghistan and Moscow Canadian PM Max Mulrony’s two sisters have taken Diksha from a Himalayan Guru. Bahrain Sultan received several times Swami Chinmayananda ji in his palace for discourses on Bhagwad Gita. Oman Sultan made India’s President Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma sit on his throne and he himself sat below him. Several disciples of Sri Sri Ravishankar are heads of states in different countries. 363
  260. 260. Henry Ford on Reincarnation, American Auto Industrialist, (1863 - 1947): I adopted the theory of Reincarnation when I was 26. Religion offered nothing to the point. When I discovered reincarnation…. Time was no longer limited. I was no longer a slave to the hands of the clock. The discovery of Reincarnation put my mind at ease. I would like to communicate to others the calmness that the long view of life gives to us." American Auto Industrialist Henry Ford 364
  261. 261. Alfred B. Ford – Spreading Hindu Knowledge (grandson of Henry Ford founder of the Ford Motor) Trustee member of Ford Motor Company For me the most important thing is to spread the Hindu knowledge about the soul. This is more important than any other knowledge and is my main priority. The older I get, the more Hindu I become. 365
  262. 262. YOGA in Europe & USA Over 800 yoga enthusiasts, at Times Square in Manhattan, New York, one of the world’s busiest intersections in search for serenity. On June 21, 2007. HSS US Surya Namaskar Yagna Jan 2008. Participants: 5,766; Namaskars: 616, 725 Yoga is a craze all over the world including USA, Europe, China and Japan Swami Ramdev Baba in Birmingham, UK Christian Yoga Gimmick by European and US Churches 366
  263. 263. YOGA in Europe & USA Trafalgar Sq. in London!! Yoga at imes Squre Jennifer Aniston Woody 367
  264. 264. Abraham is lifted from the Hindu creator God Brahma. Sara is lifted from Brahma's wife Saraswati. http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2012/07/bra hma-and-sarawati-abraham-and-sara.html 368
  265. 265. YOGA in Sports in USA Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Dan Marino Dr. Bob Arnot, Miami Dolphins NBC's former Hall of Fame legend, best known for his Hall of Fame chief medical indefensible sky hook, believes his secret quarterback editor weapon was really yoga. While in L.A., Abdul-Jabbar started doing yoga in 1976 to improve his flexibility, and was notable for his physical fitness regimen. "Yoga is somewhat hard to quantify in terms of benefits because you see them in all the injuries you don't get.“ Abdul Kareem Jabbar 369
  266. 266. Celebrity Yoga Workouts in USA Madonna "Yoga is a metaphor for life. It is a workout for your mind, your body and your soul." Ricky Martin Yoga is fascinating. Connecting your heart and your mind in order for you to not make compulsive or obsessive decisions in life. Meg Ryan Yoga changed my life. It made me calmer. It puts you right in the place of witness — which is great. John Nash, Nobel Prize winner for Economics in 1994 This process of yoga becomes lighter and more successful when we REFUSE negativity 370
  267. 267. Yoga by celebrities Kaley Cuoco Matthew McConaughey Robert Downey Jr. Russell Simmons Madonna Adam Levine Gwyneth Paltrow 371
  268. 268. YOGA in Asia, Africa, S. America Indonesia & Malaysia: In Jan 2009 Islamic Council of Malaysia and Indonesian Council of Ulemas tried to ban yoga for Muslims. But public protests were too strong and they with drew the fatwa. Bali Holds 8 days International Yoga & Ayurveda Conference in March 2009 despite Fatwa Egypt: Yoga Retreats, Conferences attract large tourists. These in spite of Muslim intolerance to Yoga. Argentina: Eco Yoga Park Yoga Monastary in Bogota, Colombia 372
  269. 269. Sewa International Dr. Dwarkanath Kotnis died while treating wounded Chinese soldiers in Sino-Japanese war in 1937-1945. Hindus participate in Clean up Australia Day, Blood Donation Drives & Katrina Flood Relief Drives organized by Sewa International. Manimegalai, served the poor and sick in South East Asia 2000 years before. Sewa Intl, Presenting a cheque for US $ 20,001/= for Katrina Flood Relief to Louisiana State Governor Catherine Blanco. 373
  270. 270. Sewa International Prince Charles to Sewa Intl Volunteers “You people are doing wonderful work” 1% more charity and Hindus can win the world PM Tony Blair on Sewa Intl Former Prime Minister of Britain, Tony Blair delivering his lecture on 'Faith And Globalisation' during The Cardinal's Lectures 2008, Westminster Cathedral, London, on 3rd April 2008 said, "We can think of the great humanitarian enterprises which bring relief to those who are suffering – the Red Cross, the Red Crescent or Islamic Relief, CAFOD and Christian Aid, Hindu Aid and Sewa International, World Jewish Relief and Khalsa Aid - all the charities which draw inspiration from the teachings of the different faiths." 374
  271. 271. Because of the Universal Teachings of the Vedas Indians in 10,000 years, 1. have never colonized any country 2. have never looted, plundered and enslaved any country economically, 3. have never condemned other religions as false religions and converted them to Hinduism 4. have never destroyed temples of other religions 5. have never called people from other religions as Sinners and condemned them to eternal hell. 6. have never crucified or burnt alive any one whose ideas have been different from their own. 375
  272. 272. WHAT YOUTH MUST DO ? 1. Fight Against Corruption 2. Teach India – Start Libraries 3. Help Physically Challenged & Poor 4. Be A Bit More Charity Minded 5. Join The Army ../ Police / IAS.. / 6. Do PhD, Write Articles, Books 376
  273. 273. WHAT YOUTH MUST DO ? 118 Crores 62, 389 86, 853 682, 497 India's Total Population Daily Death Daily Birth Total Blinds If Daily Dead People Donate their Eyes, within 11 Days all Blinds will be able to See. Then in India there will be NO Blinds. 377

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