Revolution in India



In the last few months (between 1991 and 1992), we have heard a lot about the IMF loan and the conditions imposed by them. There are a lot of people who tend to treat this matter very lightly. The well-being and independence of the people are being compromised and reduced. The conditions of the IMF loan include privatization of various industries including the essential services like railways.

Once the Government starts selling off the Public Sector and other essential services to a group of capitalists, the consequences of such an action will be very apparent and disastrous to the sovereignty of the Indian people.

The policies of America regarding the IMF loan will lead to the strengthening of a very few number of capitalists and lead to marginalization of the Indian government, As the power of capitalists keep increasing, America will start giving loans directly to these few powerful capitalists. It will refuse to give loans to the Indian governments as it will claim that the loans to government cannot be reclaimed.

This will lead to the weakening of the financial power of the Indian Government. Hence, this will lead to weak-funding of the Indian Military and completely weaken India’s capacity to defend herself from her neighbors.

At the same time, the power of the few capitalists would be greatly increased as America would have kept funding them, As the labor force employed by the vast conglomerates controlled by the few capitalists would be kept in a tight leash by their owners, there will be no meaningful electoral process. This will lead to complete frustration of the needs and the aspirations of the people and will lead to continuous conflicts between the capitalists and people. This will lead to a bloody revolution.

After this revolution, there will prevail an atmosphere that will be amenable to rapid establishment of policies which will eradicate the slavery of the people. These policies are explained below.

1) It is essential that the life of the people revolve around the Temple, as it is the repository of all arts and sciences that promote the welfare of the people. Areas will be demarcated keeping a temple as the epicenter. The primary temple of a particular area will contain information on the people who live within that area. All records of births-deaths, registration of marriages and property shall be done there. It will also contain insurance details of the labourers in that Temple Area.

2) The temple will also function as the cultural centre for the people in that Temple Area. There will be daily programmes on vocal and instrumental music, oration, discussions, debates, competitions and dances. During the special days such as the Full Moon day there will be display of sculptures, documentaries of films and orations.

3) The Temple Gurukkal will enjoy special high status as they are the catalysts for the enhancement of the well-being of the people in that Temple Area. The Temple Gurukkal will preach and teach the moral values of life, ethics and the essential needs of religion to all.

Religion can alone cultivate self-confidence, self-respect, responsibility and duty-consciousness. The Religion can alone assist and guide to lead perfect, pure and straight-forward natural life. The Religious preachings and teachings instruct to lead a simple, sincere and helpful natural life. The Religion can alone eradicate the money-mongers, hypocrites, scoundrels, arrogant and irresponsible persons, traitors, betrayers, thieves and all other bad people of malpractices to maintain the purity and security of the society.

4) The Temple Gurukkal wil be well-paid and their posts will be transferable. The Temple Gurukkul will be well-trained and will be paid according to his/her qualifications. Preference will be given to the Temple Gurukkul trained at the priest colleges. In these colleges training will be given in medicine, physiology, language and history. Their knowledge of history will span first Tamilnadu and then South India, India and the World. They will posses excellent general knowledge and an in-depth knowledge of Tamil literature and their curriculum will be built around this.

5) The priest college will offer one-year, two-year, three-year, five-year, and seven-year courses. The five and seven years will lead to Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees respectively. There will be no hereditary rights for Temple Gurukkul as their ability to function depends on the knowledge gained at the priest college.

6) The Temple Gurukkal will maintain excellent contact with the students. He will go for a two-hour class to nearby schools every week to explain the Temple Arts and Sciences with a rationalistic spirit in a scientific atmosphere. He will also maintain good rapport with the students who come to lunch at the Temple. Students will be encouraged to utilize the facilities at the Temple. These facilities include libraries, museum, botanical gardens and zoos. These students will be trained in sculpting, painting, marshall and martial arts at these schools.

7) Access to education will be made very easy and medical and engineering colleges will operate in shifts so that anyone desiring education in engineering or medicine will not be denied the opportunity.

8) Excellent food grains, vegetables and other provisions will be made available to the people. They will be made available to people through Public Ration Shop and at the Government departmental store functioning at the Government offices. These will be run by Government officials. Food Corporation will procure food grains at the Government fixed rate at the farming centres itself. These food grains will be packed by the agriculturist themselves. Farm produces at hill stations will be procured at the Government fixed rate and distributed for local consumption. The prices of seasonal vegetables will be stabilized through the year. For example, tomatoes bought during season will be preserved in packets and sold in off-season. Every Government officer will serve for a particular period at this corporation. Fishing shall be nationalized

9) Government will appoint Bursars at Hotels, Lodges, private agencies, schools and colleges to audit the everyday accounts. These bursars will be paid by the establishments that are being audited by them and will hold transferable posts. In case of small shops there will be a bursar for a group of them. From these accounts, a portion of the revenue will be collected by the Government.

10) The dress code of all people shall be Tamil (i.e.) they will wear dhoti and shirt. People will wear country-made cloth. They will be growing their hair to the base of the neck and will be given special incentives for growing a beard and tying the hair straight above. Everybody will have a moustache.

11) While there will be private general provisional stores, medical stores will be run by Government. Liquor shops will be run by Government so that people do not consume contaminated liquor. Theatres will issue tickets at a flat rate of Re.1 and will be nationalized. Auto and car drivers will be well-trained and quarterly renewal of license and insurance will be compulsory. Autos and cars will be nationalized.

12) All educational institutions will be nationalized, thus everything would be public sector and there will be no limited company and no private company.

13) The roads, rivers, mountains, hills, forests, pilgrimage centres, tourist centres, hotels and lodges will also be nationalized and kept by the public sector and run by Government sector.

The propagation, promotion, preachings and learnings of the Indhu Vedha can alone enrich human life. The scholarship of the Indhu Vedhas can alone eradicate the ills and evils of the human society.

14) We will protect and safeguard universal Indhuism. The beautiful harvest of the Indhuism can alone bringforth and produce a high breed of the policy and principle of unity, uniformity and universal brotherhood.


//Article written by His Holiness Siddhar Arasayogi Karuwooraar, the 12th Pathinensiddhar Peedam. This article was printed at the end of the Tamil book by name "தெய்வீக மருத்துவம்" in 1992. Some editing has been done to make the essay readable.//

Author: editor

Editor of the Publication.