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krisna
A series of tweets highlighting how deficient are fanboys of RRR in projecting a one sided view . it actually helps solidify that something was amiss with RRR that a neutral person will start searching for answers.
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Language is the expression of a culture of a given people. Remove the language the culture dies or changes irrevocably. It does not matter how religiously the translations are into a new language. This is the crime of RRR. 1/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
To introduce a new language, needs huge investment of time and efforts to stimulate the lartge population which already speaks another language. it creates a huge friction. During this process the culture changes to new one over period of time spanning generations. 2/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
During this transition period, there will be different kinds of people - those with good knowledge of old local language, hybrid variety with both languages known, another type with good command of new language over native ones. 3/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
With ongoing time and efforts, more and more people become of latter variety- knows new alien language bettre than native language. IOW DIEs "Deracinated INDIAN Elites" as new language needs money and efforts.currently this is english championed by RRR 4/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
British did not want to subvert whole of India to english, just destroyed sufficiently the native languages, created a decent amount of "DIEs" who were transfererd power in 1947. As expected "DIEs" continued the british policies creating more "DIEs" 5/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
spanish french dutch portugeuse british etc decimated the local populations in other parts of the world- result these people have no civilisational memories or it is so minimal that it is difficult to regrow it back to its former strenght. 6/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Despite british efforts , large sections of population did not succumb to english. Having huge number of languages and populatrions, also helped immensely in this respect. We should thank our forefasthers who resisted english imposition by the likes of RRR and others. 7/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Post 1947, "DIEs" ruling India desperately treid to create english as the major language of India. This has helped create increasing "DIEs" alienated from the India ethos despite living amongst Indians. 8/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Due to inefficent governanace of "DIEs" since 1947, large sections of Indian population still dont speak english nor have good command over it. We have to thank our GODS for thisđŸ˜‚as we did not efficient honest "DIEs". Imagine a "DIE" of NaMo type. 9/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
There is a growing awareness amongst non "DIEs" who have become active in matters related to culture along with exposure to the world. They have helped create some force to reckon with in the fight against "DIEs". It is unequal battle with HUGE asymmetry of power. 10/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Reading european history during its dark ages of christianity since 5th century onwards, they learnt a lot from India with Sanskrit texts in science poetry medicines etc etc translated to arbiac to european languages. Interestingly this was a mainly 1 SIDED traffic. 11/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
A small amount of lierature was translated to Sanskrit from arabic. This shows that Indians had more than enough in its own culture that the translations was not needed from other countries. 12/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
I am unable to find a "arabic RRR" or "european RRR" despite dark ages in these places for centuries. Not 1 prominent non Indian advocated sanskrit over their native languages. They simply translated sanskrit texts into their languages.There in lies the huge problem for us.13/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
All is not lost for native Indians who are in good numbers in different languages. Need to encourage them to develop their languages to match the advancement in science and tech. New words have to created & popularised amongst masses instead of english. 14/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Retaining the native languages will rejuvenate the cultural roots of India. Link language will be any of the languages incluidng sanskrit. If english used it should be COMPLETELY INDIANISED dictionary with INDIAN experts to decide its acceptance of new words.15/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
India is nothing but a mass of people in certain geographical area- the longest surviving continous civilisation in the world. It has numerous languages living harmoniously in different regions with loan words , free exchange of words with other languages including Sanskrit. 16/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Language development is a highly skilled program for humans. In India having 100s of languages and 1000s of dilaects not seen anywhere in the world is testimony to superb intelligence of its people over centuries along with cultural refinement. 17/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Music arts dance poetry etc need exquisite language skills. Indians had abundance of it with various parts of India having developed its own skills. warfare and religion/rituals does not need much langauge skills realtively speaking. 18/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
To regain back our culture from ongoing assault is to regain back our languages from future RRR types. RRR might have had good intentions but in general his ideas bad for Indians. 19/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
How-we need 2 make sure "DIEs' dont get political power for decades if not forever. Changes must be made 2 make native languages at par with english over time. Encourage native languages to flourish, adopt new words from science tech to adapt to new changing world. 20/n
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krisna 1 Jun 19
Replying to @Kaustabha
Can Indians safeguard themsleves from more RRR types who though have good intentions may not be the right people to protect Indian culture because of "DIE" effect. END 21/21
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