By Acharya Sachidananda on 06-11-2010
The terms ‘Gora Angrez’ and
‘Kaala Angrez’ were first used by Sardar Bhagat Singh, the brave young
patriot who was hung to death by the British rulers for his alleged subversive
activities to overthrow them from India. In his last letter to his beloved
mother Sardar Bhagat Singh had written that saving India from the ‘Gora
Angrez’ (white Englishmen) was not enough, the nation had to be saved from
the ‘Kaala Angrez’ (English-influenced Indians) as well.
The wealth looted from this country by the corrupt
Indian leaders within a short span of 60 years after it became free from
British subjugation alone was much more than the total wealth looted from this
country by the British during 200 years of their rule over India! The money stolen by the corrupt Indian
leaders from this country and deposited in Swiss Banks is estimated to be more
than 13 times the national debt of India today!
More than Rs. 35,000 crores worth of food grains are
stolen from the FCI go downs and PDS outlets of Independent India every year
when more than 20 million children go to bed hungry every day in this country!
Food worth nearly Rs. 60,000 crores is destroyed every year due to poor and
insufficient storage facilities.
A deep and prayerful study of the crises
facing the nation will reveal to us the truth that the real problem facing
India today is not economic and political, but moral and spiritual. A moral and
spiritual regeneration of India is the urgent need of the era for the very
survival of the nation as a living force. Only through such a moral and
spiritual regeneration of the Indian society can we challenge and overcome the ‘Kaala
Angrez’ of Sardar Bhagat Singh’s conception.
In the context of the Second Freedom
Struggle of India, the term ‘Kaala Angrez’ is modified and expanded to
include the evil trinity of ‘hunger-caste-corruption’ that is plaguing India
today. This external evil trinity of the ‘Kaala Angrez’ is only the
social manifestation of the internal evil trinity of the ‘Kaala Angrez’
which consists of ‘selfishness-pride-greed’. The first and foremost divine task
ahead of us today is to create a spiritual unity among Indians and generate the
‘critical synergy’ necessary to conquer the ‘Kaala Angrez’ of
selfishness, pride and greed within our own selves and within the educated
About The Author
Swami Sachidananda Bharathi is an Indian Air Force officer turned spiritual guide and an apostle of peace and love. He is the patron of 'Indian Thoughts'. He represented India in the 'Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders' held under UNO, in 2000. He has founded Dharma Bharathi Mission.