Incredible India – 2014… Beyond!

The dawn of a new beginning is here at our door steps, and of course we are very soon entering a new cycle of once again, of hope, high expectations and resolutions, in a grand new year 2015. Throughout this current passing year, we have seen series of amazing events which took place across the country leaving fair imprints of either remarkable achievements or bitter memories of something which we have had never thought of to take place. At this hour, keeping aside our many of the deepest agony, let us cherish the moments which have had occurred to put emerging India in a respectable position in the globe. Remembering some of the events which actually, in a true sense, makes me a proud Indian youth, who wish for a change, a change that need to occur in order to make this diverse and beautiful sub-continent a land of the growth and development, with keeping good and healthy relations among the friends of our surrounding proximity, also the ones that are faraway distanced by obvious geographical phenomenon. Narendra Modi, one of the most searched people, according to Google, and also who happens to be the Prime Minister of India, who is gifted with an extraordinary oratorical sense, is already making it happen for the Indians in home, as well as the Indian nationals residing overseas. The year, India actually saw a changed political landscape after the Lok Sabha elections which had overthrown one of the most powerful organization UPA in the bygone elections and ultimately with a solid majority paved the way for Modi led NDA government to take over the throne in New Delhi. Since then, the world is looking forward to see a revisited India under the able and incredible leadership of Narendra Modi. Taking aside some of the loopholes, undoubtedly, the recent international bilateral and multilateral summits and visits to different countries had been a successful achievement. On the other side of kaleidoscope, the nation has received wide accolades in the international podium too. An ancient village, Rakhigarhi, located in the north Indian state of Haryana, now holds the distinction of the largest archaeological sites of one of the greatest civilizations of the world, the Harappa civilization. In terms of providing quality education to the world since ancient times, the great Nalanda University needs no special mention because of its paramount nature of history. Well, after about 800 years in isolation and renovation, it is all back with newer vision for the world, and notable mission to provide and reach far beyond expectations. Translation of the epic Mahabharata, a magnum opus in the history of Indian culture and tradition, has reached to greater heights breaking man-made political barriers and reaching the Spanish deck. It is now translated into Spanish, widening its outreach and readership base. In quest for a developed and peaceful society, inspector Shakti Devi, won the UN international peacekeeping award and child-rights activist Kailash Satyarthi, won the Noble Prize sharing with Pakistani compatriot Malala Yousafzai. As I conclude this short year-end writing, I, and also as many of the patriotic Indians will be highly obliged and thankful to the UN and the 170+ supporting countries, who stood by their invaluable votes favoring towards establishing the International Day of Yoga on June 21st, on the call by the very first maiden speech by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the United Nations General Assembly earlier this September. With this, we can warmly look forward for a fun-filled, colorful, pleasant, prosperous and a terrific accomplishing new year, 2015.

Let’s make this new year, even more wonderful, and leave a marvelous legacy of heritage for the generations to come and let they cherish…

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