Wednesday, February 4, 2009

indian liberlism

The recent Mangalore pub incident has once again sent shivers in the evolving part of the society, the one which is labeled as liberal. The principles followed by it can closely be associated with the western culture, a constant target for its unnatural behaviors by the followers of the ‘Hindu code of conduct’ in India.
The incident didn’t come as a shock to the world, but it did provoke some positive reactions like the Mumbai disaster did.
Most city dwellers and the pub goers follow liberalist ideas, but unlike the dogmatic elements, this chunk doesn’t strive for a socio-political clutch.
Liberalism has an enormous social relevance; nevertheless it also inherits social absenteeism as well as silence-ism in countries like India.
The sorry story of liberalism in India is that it doesn’t actively participate in earning its place in society by opposing doctrinism. The ‘don’t care attitude’ of Indian liberalists has come back to sting them in a hard way.
The negligent liberalists have no time to vote or give heed to social prejudices but have time to go to pubs.
As long as liberalism doesn’t understand the complete social cycle it can’t enjoy its liberty.

10 comments:

everything burns... said...

forgive me if i understood ur post wrongly... but i dont think people who go to pubs are neccesaarily socially irresponsible... i go to pubs n stuff and i do vote and i do everything to make my country a better place, from volunteering work to clean the yamuna to everything else... and i am not alone... those who lack social responsibility are just a very small fraction amongst the majority which does have a very good balance in their life...

the poet manque said...

every person is free and his or her freedom is valid only until it doesn't violates others freedom and others rights.
if one feels like to go somewhere he should he cant force others to do so

i am a conservative but i dont wish others to think the way i do

Prianca said...

this was a nice post
you made me think hard....( i seldom do that)
m a liberalist nd i dont vote, so i guess m d culprit as well. nd i guess there are many more youngstersl ike me who love to lead a liberalist lifestyle but i aint negligent. your point well noted.
thanks. loved this post.


bookmarked these lines:

As long as liberalism doesn’t understand the complete social cycle it can’t enjoy its liberty.

kunal said...

@everything burns
u didn't understand my post wrongly except for u thought
i was steroetyping the pub goers.

i feel proud of genuine people like u.
@the poet.
if someone would ask for the definition of liberalism this is what i would offer.
'every person is free and his or her freedom is valid only until it doesn't violates others freedom and others rights.
if one feels like to go somewhere he should he cant force others to do so'
@prianca
ur comment complemented my purpose.
thanks

Giri said...

ya i like ur post ...
this showing the right meaning of liberlism...
actually ppl forget the domain's of individual rights..

Giri said...

dear u r a good thinker i guess...
i like,u give some light on "how much individual we r"

kunal said...

@giri
bro
thanks a lot for visiting my blog.
i would definitely think about ur suggestion.

Femin Susan said...

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Congratulations....Your posting is very interesting...Keep writing..

prerana said...

hey kunal

this is a different one...a bit tricky also.... but u have tossed the coin in a good way...kept ur point logically without crossing the fine line !!!
good job keep it up !!!

Rahul said...

after all its our life, and wats better if we can lead the way we want to without harming anyone's conscience or feelings or violating social norms.!!

Nice writing, am adding you.