Welcome to the age of "Paritrana"

India has an incredible history of either believing stuff with extreme optimism or rejecting ideologies with extreme neglect. As negative energy is so powerful and easy to acquire, our nation seem to embrace and blindly follow the leaders of the pessimist world. Amidst these controversies that rules, the nation has now focused their attention on the newly formed “Paritrana” party. A party who proclaims to have born to cater to the deepest desire of a generation to break free from the shackles of irresponsibility and comatose momentum.

This has happened in the past in Indian and world history. No ideology or party can sustain its growth and synergy as the world is growing through an innovative transformation. Companies change their strategies to face the ever-changing market. Markets change their response to a changing economy. Leaders were born out of dare distress to lead the companies, economy, society or nation to see through the status quo. They monitor the environment they strive on and move on to formulate strategies for future.

So was the cause for the formation of Indian National Congress (INC). Mahatma Gandhi envisioned it just as a mean to unite entire India fight for freedom. Once the objective was attained, he advised dissolution of the party. But in those days, India badly needed a leader and a brand name to keep the pieces of a disintegrated nation together. And, through Congress India achieved what it wanted of those days: a written constitution and a largest democratic nation were born.

But, INC did not satisfy the thirst of a young generation. They believed in the principles of equality and a socialistic nation. That was a generation that did not want the nation to bow in front of Capitalistic and wealthiest nations. A deepest feeling of hatred was framed in their minds against the wealthiest nations and even wealthier society and people. This generation thought socialism would solve their problems and was abundantly supported by media and events that followed in neighboring nations. To the youngest generation of those days, this revolutionist concept was the solution to revitalize the nation. And communist party gained supporters at grass-root levels and they did what was the requisite of those days. But, the party failed to make inroads into some of the societies of the illiterates. This revolutionary concept was too much for those people to even digest.

That paved way to a section of people who emerged to build a nation based on religion. Religion was easy to be digested even for illiterates. Coupled with a sense to build a nation based on the true ideologies of the Hindu religion seem to have succeeded to a certain extend. The party was able to penetrate to the deepest pockets soon enough and made credible progress. Some of the educated leaders provided a decent interface for the party which attracted even the educated masses into believing their mantra for building a prosperous nation. But there was not much of a focused long-term vision for the party to lead the nation their way.

Meanwhile, the nation was seemed to favor localization. A large number of parties were formed in each part of India with local customization. Some that focused on religion, others on caste, or buffalos or fodder or terrorism etc. At the same time, IT wave was spreading the entire nation. India was perceived as a knowledge hub by many corporations. Industrial and agricultural output increased manifolds. Youth had a better opportunity to get employed soon enough. Everyone is now talking about a growth rate that equals the blistering pace of the new generation computers.

Stage is set for “Paritrana” with new mantra to rebuild a nation from the grass root level. They are an extraordinary league of gentlemen with outstanding career record. They represent the true Indian youth that wants to hear only good things about their nation. While they work their way out for a new “Outlook” for the future India, rest assured that they are not cheap fodder scam or coffin scam politicians. India might as well reject them with their pessimist attitude, but, there is still hope. They might probably stand out to deliver the goods that India lost in transition in the last couple of centuries.

While the optimists will join their hands with “Paritrana”, I would say….”hey pessimists, at least, there is nothing wrong in dreaming for a better world for you and your folks”. For certain, I salute their patriotic spirit!