India, Bharat, Hind or Hindustan?
Waqt ka har shay gulaam. Time rules every person, and even a country is influenced by waqt.
Why do we Indians lag behind, even though we have all the resources? Why are we not the leaders? Why have we not been able to properly exploit our resources? To find the answers to these questions, I made a thorough numerological analysis of our beloved country. The conclusion of my analysis is as follows:
A country\'s name plays a significant role in the progress and prosperity of its citizens. I know some of my readers must be thinking - how can our country\'s destiny affect us? It is the same effect that a house number has on the destiny of its owner.
As a numerologist I always suggest: \"A person or a country must have only one name; the more names you have, the more will be the confusion created.\" In numerology, every spelling makes a special vibration and also creates a particular destiny. A country must have only one name and if it is necessary then a maximum of two name spellings are beneficial. Having more names will bring the nation to the crossroads where it will not be able to decide which way it must move.
History has many such instances where a country with many names has experienced a downfall and ultimately lost its glory. One example is that of Great Britain. The country prospered till it was known as Great Britain, and I think we all remember that it was said, \"the sun never sets in the kingdom of Great Britain.\" Slowly, the country came to be known as United Kingdom and U.K. Later on (as we use the name today) it became popular as England. Do I need to tell the story of its downfall?
On the other hand, there is a country which started from scratch and is today a leader in electronics. It is called as \'nippon\' by its natives and as Japan by the rest of the people. Japan has its own numerology and the result of its single, lucky name is known everywhere.
What led to the decline of Great Britain? And what was the cause of the consistent rise of Japan (from ashes after 1945)? The reason was: one country had many names, which hindered its growth whereas the other country had only two names which were extremely lucky.
Now, let\'s talk about India. The date and time of birth of our beloved motherland is 15/8/1947 at 00:00 hours. (I do not want to get into a debate regarding this, because I am discussing the \'India\' which came into existence on 15th August.)
Numerologically, India is governed by numbers 6 and 8, according to the date of birth. Number 6 is a lover of peace and has a slow but consistent movement. Number 8 symbolises administrative ability and hard labour. This is found in the character and destiny of India.
But why does the country suffer even though it is blessed with a lucky date of birth? The reason is in its name. India is also known as Bharat, Hindustan, Hind and Bharatwarsh. Now, let me tell you the effect of these names.
Hindustan: This name is mostly used by Indians in the Middle East. This is an average lucky spelling, which indicates that, no doubt, India will progress and achieve great heights of success but it will be prone to external attacks and internal violence. The most negative aspect of this name is that it leaves India alone in the international sphere and adversely affects India\'s foreign affairs.
Bharat: This name makes the country aimless. All the plans and policies get delayed. It makes the economy unstable. However, the country will develop in the spiritual field.
Hind: This name makes the country labourious and develops its administrative ability. The natives will develop fraudulent practices and may have to struggle a lot. People living in such a country will be disloyal and might even turn out to be traitors.
Bharatwarsh: This name indicates that the country will love discipline and will prosper only if the natives are vigilant. A single show of lethargy will lead to its downfall. But this name also makes the country aimless and will not be beneficial in the long run.
India: This is a name indicating perfection in everything. The natives will not only be loyal but will also be patriotic. The country will possess immense leadership potential and it will be a global leader when there is a severe crisis. The country will regain its lost glory and develop in all spheres, especially in technology. The natives will work with unity and for the welfare of the whole society.
I hope the readers would have understood why I have been referring to the country as India and not Bharat or Hind or Hindustan. The spelling India is extremely lucky and perfectly compatible with its date of birth. India will surely shine. So I end on a very optimistic note, expecting that the future will bring happiness and prosperity for Indians as well as India.