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In colonial India many British clubs posted notices that dogs and Indians are not allowed in the club. That was the time when India was subservient to foreign rule and the British wanted to keep the Indians under their feet.

The situation changed in the midnight of 15th August 1947 when India was re-born and it got its new horoscope. From 1947 onwards the country passed through the Mahadasa’s of Saturn, Mercury and Ketu during which the country could not make rapid progress. However, in the Mahadasa of Venus from 12th September 1989 onwards the country made exemplary strides.

India is right now passing through the last antardasa of Venus, to be precise, the antardasa of Venus / Ketu till 12th September 2009. In my last article “The Second Innings of Dr. Manmohan Singh.” I stated that “the problems emerging in foreign lands relating to economic, political or social problems of ethnic Indians will continue to affect the country”.

The ending antardasa in any Mahadasa is commonly known as “dasa chhidra”. This is the period when the planets prepare us for the next Mahadasa. From 12th September 2009 the Mahadasa of Sun is starting as per the horoscope of India. Sun will help India to become a power to be reckoned with. But, superpower status is not achieved by being dependent on others.

As per Vedic astrology, the Mahadasa of Sun placed in the 3rd house is good. India is also going to benefit for which foundations have already been laid. India has voted for a stable government. At the helm of affairs is nationally endorsed Dr. Manmohan Singh, leading the country as Prime Minister. The Mahadasa of Sun will pass through the regime of Dr. Manmohan Singh. Destiny is preparing India for a bigger role and it is ready to take-off.  This may be a thing of envy for others. It is getting reflected in global hate for Indians.

We, as Indians have to value our own resources and rely on our own talent. We should not waste our valuable foreign exchange to enrich other countries. The ending Mahadasa of Venus / Ketu intend to teach us an important lesson. We have to utilize our resources in such a way which can enhance our national pride.

The Mahadasa of Venus that passed for 20 years on India, bestowed great financial strength on the country. Foreign exchange reserves improved substantially. Whether the world community likes it or dislikes it, the time of India has arrived. India is the largest democracy in the world and it has successfully concluded the general election to the Lok Sabha in 2009 under the shadow of terrorist threats.

Indians have also proved their managerial capabilities by moving the IPL matches lock, stock and barrel to South Africa. Cricketers from every country were given equal chance in these matches. However, what happened in Australia with Indian students is a different story which is sad.
There have been attacks in London on a Sikh temple. Air France's recent discrimination on Indian passengers has also been noted. More than four attacks on Indian students in Australia in a month have taken place. The students who went to study in Australia were forced to fight for their security under the umbrella of “Federation of Indian Students in Australia”.

Fingers were also raised in South Africa during IPL matches when the coaching staff of Kolkata Knight Rider’s team misbehaved with Indian players on alleged racial grounds. They should have noted that the organizers of the IPL matches were Indians. A student studying in USA in the state of Mississippi was also beaten black and blue and was reported to be in coma.

The coming Mahadasa of Sun makes it necessary for India and Indians to rise up and learn to achieve the status of a superpower. Change of mindset of the Government and the people is a must to achieve that status. India has to learn this before it’s too late.

Our country has a very large consumer market and every other country wants to take advantage of this market. Even superpowers are coming here to earn. But, they should also show friendly gestures. The norms have been violated many times in recent days. It is for the government to take note of these outrageous violations because India is much different today than it was in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

We admire Amitabh Bachchan for refusing to take honor from Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. Such moves will help in restoration of our national pride.

Written by: Anand Sagar Pathak
Dated: 4th June 2009