Narendra Modi and the mystery of the Hindu Left

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    We have the Christian Right and the Christian Left, the Muslim Right and the Muslim Left. But in the case of Hinduism, we only ever speak of the Hindu Right, never a Hindu Left. How come? Indian academic Ruth Vanita posed the same question in an essay in Seminar magazine (2002), titled Whatever happened to the Hindu Left?

    Vanita’s answer can be summarized as follows: In the 19th century, the Hindu religion, under attack from the British rulers and their missionaries, responded with what Ashis Nandy has called a process of Christianization. This meant, among other things, a turn to monotheism, and a single text. Reformist Hindu organizations such as the Arya Samaj and Ramakrishna Mission, which were left of centre in their social agendas and fought for causes such as women’s education and against untouchability, “felt compelled to also renounce polytheism and idol-worship” because they were regarded by their colonial rulers as primitive and backward.

    So the modern Hindu Left intellectual would not want to be seen embracing or endorsing such “backward” Hindu practices as idol worship even though, notes Vanita, they could be seen migrating “en masse to Durga Puja celebrations”. Once the Hindu religion as such came to be associated with regressive practices, public ownership of it became an embarrassment – a marker of pre-modern irrationality. As a consequence, all criticism of Hinduism from a standpoint of critical modernity began to shift to the discursive space of secularism, and became conflated with criticism of religion as such. The one big exception to this rule was Mahatma Gandhi.

    It was Gandhi’s left-wing Hinduism, characterized by his crusade against untouchability and political stand in favour of equal rights for minorities that pitted him against the right-wing Hinduism of the Hindu Mahasabha. One might say that, with his assassination by the Hindu Right, the Hindu Left more or less disappeared from the national scene. But actually, things are a little more complicated than that.

    By 1937, 10 years before the Partition, the Congress had essentially become a Hindu party – 97% of its members were Hindu. Indeed, had it been a truly secular party, there would have been no need for Partition. After independence, the Congress, thanks primarily to Jawaharlal Nehru, felt compelled to don two left-of-centre masks -- the mask of secularism in the political domain, and the mask of socialism in the economic domain.

    But obviously, notwithstanding its secular phenotype, the Congress, in its genotype, was a party of Hindus, which was why the Hindu Right had to wait for four decades to gain electoral traction. Plus it was also a party of the trading castes and the landed aristocracy.

    Once the lower castes began to make their presence felt in the political arena, the Hindu upper castes needed a political formation that would represent their interests and keep the former in check. This is where the Bharatiya Janata Party stepped in. But this also meant that the Congress had to make a choice: should it remain tied to its masks, or throw them off and shine in its true colours?

    For all practical purposes, the political position represented by an “unmasked Congress” has been usurped by the BJP, which is not averse, as pointed out by Vanita, to dislocating the caste tensions within Hinduism onto other religious minorities. But what is significant is that even a self-proclaimed right-wing Hindu party like the BJP feels compelled to wear a Leftist mask when it comes to the economic agenda: the party will not dare to speak to its voters with the same tongue as it does with its upper caste, business class backers. Two examples from the BJP’s 2009 manifesto will suffice (its 2014 manifesto is not yet ready).

    Here is something for all those who had a field day bashing the UPA for passing the food security bill: “The BJP believes people have the right to food. To ensure food security for all and eliminate hunger, we will: 1. Provide 35 kg of rice or wheat every month to BPL families at Rs2 per kg…; 2. Allocate more funds for expanding, universalizing and improving the functioning of the Public Distribution System.”

    And this is the BJP’s official line on FDI in retail: “The BJP understands the critical importance of retail trade in the context of employment and services provided by them (sic), and thus favours a dominant role for the unincorporated sector in retail trade. Towards this end, it will not (italics mine) allow foreign investment in the retail sector.”

    As for the Congress, though it is nominally left of centre on the economic agenda, its substantive policies – a seeming sop like the watered down food security bill notwithstanding – are right of centre, as its legacy of economic reforms attest. But there has never been – and never will be -- a democratic mandate for the right-wing economic agenda in India, which is why the UPA has had to resort to “reforms by stealth” . So no matter how rightwing you are in your political agenda, on the economic front, you have to be seen to be on the left unless you want to commit electoral hara-kiri. The Congress knows this, which is why it pushed through the food security bill.

    What all this means is that there is still a huge political vacuum – a need gap, in free market terms – for the Hindu Left. A political formation that combines a genuinely Hindu religiosity – marked by pluralism and a respect for minorities – with an economic agenda oriented towards employment-generation rather than creating “an ideal investment climate”, is bound to resonate with an electorate tired of having to choose between Tweedledum and Tweedledee at the national level.

    But unfortunately, the secular Left has been fanatical in branding any political configuration with a Hindu touch as “communalist”. Even Hindu intellectuals who are vociferous critics of Hindutva politics are careful to launch their attacks from a platform of secular liberalism. They rarely, if ever, criticize Hindutva from a space within Hinduism even though they might be practicing Hindus. This cedes the entire political and social space of Hinduism – from the extreme left to the extreme right – to the Hindutva brigade, which is happy to claim it all as its own.

    So, we are in a curious situation today where, even as the secular Left is still bogged down by its differences with Gandhi, the Hindu Right has become brazen enough to claim Gandhi as its spokesperson . Ramachandra Guha has spoken about how “the Left and the liberals have allowed the Hindu Right to hijack patriotism” . But what dyed-in-the-wool liberals and upper caste Hindu intellectuals do not talk about is how the Left and the liberals have allowed the Hindu Right to hijack the Hindu Left.

    And the Hindu Left has a long and worthy tradition – going back to the Bhakti movement, with a continuous lineage all the way from the Nayanmars and Alwars to Kabir, Meera Bai, Surdas, Tulsidas, Namdev, Tukaram, Tyagaraja, and many others right till the arrival of Ramakrishna Paramahansa in the 19th century. All of them preached the equivalence of all faiths and were critics of the caste system, untouchability, and brahminical rituals. Hindu reformist movements like the Arya Samaj drew inspiration from this tradition. And in the 20th century, the Hindu Left found its most potent visionary in Mahatma Gandhi, who left his mark as a social reformer, as a politician, and as a sant.

    A decade has passed since the publication of Vanita’s essay. India finds itself at the crossroads in terms of its political future. There is a concerted effort on the part of the Hindu Right in alliance with the secular Right to hard sell a mutilated, diseased version of the idea of India, whose most remarkable feature is a seamless integration of Hindu supremacy and corporate supremacy. And Narendra Modi is the emblem of this vision of India. That is why any attack on Modi is intolerable for his backers – for it is also an attack on the idea of India propagated by the socio-political alliance of the Hindu Indian Right and the Secular Indian Right.

    Interestingly, some rightwing commentators have branded Modi as “the anti-Nehru”. From a Hindu Left standpoint, Modi is actually the anti-Hindu. But the fact that this perspective on Modi is rarely to be heard underlines how completely the Hindu Left has withdrawn from public discourse.
    In this context, it is significant that Vanita concludes her essay by calling upon liberal and leftist Hindus to “acknowledge their Hindu identity and speak in defense of Hindu heritage”, which belongs not only to all Hindus, but to all Indians, and to the world as a whole. She writes, “...liberal and leftist Hindus have an equal right and perhaps an obligation now to claim that heritage before it gets further eroded and destroyed by its self-styled champions.”
    Indeed, India’s Hindus as well as its multitudinous minorities are still waiting for a credible Hindu Left formation that will not only reclaim Hinduism from its self-styled champions, but also reclaim secularism from its cynical flag-bearers. But for that to happen, the secular Left must distinguish the Hindu Left from the Hindu Right, and while continuing to oppose to the latter, ally itself with the former.

    Edit: Link added after Google Search, although it appears to be down at the moment. Also added alternate cache link.


    Narendra Modi and the mystery of the Hindu Left - Livemint
    www.livemint.com/Opinion/jyzFxtxjd2iGQPqA3mgOfN/Narendra-Modi-and-the-mystery-of-the-Hindu-Left.html]Narendra Modi and the mystery of the Hindu Left - Livemint[/url]
     
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    Please provide a source or the thread will be deleted.
     
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    First where is link second what it has to do with NaMo
     
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    i m trying to post the link...........but it is saying "An error has occurred Shadow! You are not allowed to post links."
     
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    source is LIVEMINT journal....
     
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    Updated OP with links.
     
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    Narendra Modi and the mystery of the Hindu Left - Livemint

    there ya go!

    I sort of agree with this, didnt read it fully, but this again goes to painting anyone even remotely proud of being hindu as being communal, which in turn is pushing more people into the hardcore hindutva side, even many hindus goto unnecessary lengths look more "secular"
     
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    Thanx..........but pls tell me hw did u post the link bcos whn i tried it was showing sme error..............
     
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    @Shadow you will have to have atleast 10 posts under your belt before you can start posting links.
     
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    This is old news, and in fact we have discussed this topic several times on this very forum. I would however say that Arya Samaj was more influenced by Islam, while Brahmo Samaj and Brahmoists were more influenced by Christianity. But the article is right that there has been an 'Abrahamization' of sorts within 'Hinduism' since the advent of colonial rule.


    This is very important. The Hindutvadis have become the thekedars of 'Hinduism', or at least are well on their way towards becoming such. We need more people to point out that their views are highly influenced by Abrahamic religions, and that they have no clue what "dharma" means, despite screaming about "glorious Vedic past" and "return to Rama-rajya". I have coined the term "pseudo-Dharmic" to refer to these confused people.


    I wonder where B.R. Ambedkar would fit into this picture? He was a fierce critic of 'Hinduism' and so probably would not be considered a part of the 'Hindu Left', but he also was no communist or socialist as far as I know.
     
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    Realizing the futility of idol worship is one thing, renouncing it is another. Ramakrishna was a worshipper of Kali (and her idol), and Vivekananda stressed on the importance of serving humans over idols. These two things can exist together. One does not nullify the other. I don't think the paragraph quoted above does justice to what I perceive as the truth.
     
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    Confused article IMO.

    The Left or Communists never subscribed to patriotism as such. IIRC CPI and CPI(M) supported erstwhile USSR and China between the two of them, so much so that during China 1962 war commies issued statements supporting China.

    As for Christian Left and Christian Left or Muslim Left and Muslim Right - which groups does the author refer to here, not clear.

    to be continued...
     
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    Meanwhile I think this is relevant here - MediaCrooks ji's latest post.

    There are links within the article that I am not posting - for that pl read the original blog post.

    Commie Media's Anti-Hindu Poison - Part 1

    Beginning this post we will go through a series of articles on how the Commie MSM colludes with Congress, CPM and other similar parties to trash Hindu culture, history and divide Hindus on various lines. While not a continuation, this series will build on the previous post of “Foreigners dressed as Indians”.

    The MSM hates Social Media as does the govt. They are trying everything to strangle it. The media celebs would like to enjoy the same monopoly over their truth that they have enjoyed many decades. It’s close to Diwali. You will once again hear all those noises from the queens about firecrackers and noises. The life and wealth of most of these celebs are made of being anti-Hindu culture, traditions and customs. It requires being in the “circle of trust” of the Communists who have dictated the writing of our history, our policies and also the discourse in our MSM. Make no mistake, even the TOI is and was a Commie newspaper but has for many years now become one that is more into money and not news. The Hindu, from a nationalist newspaper, has become a total Commie. Same goes for NDTV, CNN-IBN. What about the individuals? From Rajdeep to Arnab to Barkha to Vir Sanghvi to Aakar Patel to most of them; all are Commies. But they like to claim they are ‘liberals’. I call that ‘Fiberals’. This is true for our historians too. Romila Thapar, Irfan Habib and pop historian Ram Guha and their tribe.

    Guha likes to call himself a “lapsed Marxist”. Guha calls Nehru “decent”. On what basis? Nobody knows because Nehru died when Guha was six. Gossip and second-hand hearsay passes for history writing. The only thing that lapses among all these people in the “circle” is something called conscience. Take Aakar Patel for instance. Two years ago hardly anyone knew about him. Suddenly, the guy is all over the place writing anti-Modi articles three times a day in 4 different newspapers. He also becomes a panellist in all the news channels. Of course, some have claimed Aakar being a Muslim but that is irrelevant to the context. Some bring their Britishness from Oxbridge or US universities and some from places like JNU. It’s easy to break into this incestuous circle if you are anti-Hindu, anti-Hindu culture and traditions. It’s a passport to wealth, fame and recognition.

    If you call yourself a “Hindu nationalist” you will be denounced and pilloried as pure evil. But claim that you’re a “Muslim first” and nobody will even whisper. The Commies have long white-washed the crimes of Islamic invaders to establish Hindu society as a criminal society of upper-caste and lower-caste where the upper-castes exploited everyone else. So the Commies often argue that the Islamic invaders actually saved Hindu society and the lower-castes. Of course, the Hindus also destroyed other religions like Buddhism and Jainism as they like to frequently claim. You will hear any number of Congis and media folks even on Facebook and Twitter making such claims. Never forget the bogus Aryan invasion theory that the Westerners started and the Commies perpetuated. Now that this theory has been scientifically busted, some still cling on to it. Same is true for the bogus theories of Hindus having eaten beef since time immemorial.

    Take a right-wing journalist like Swapan Dasgupta. He’s a smart guy, very intelligent and popular with everyone. SwapanD will write everything accurately but stop short of giving verifiable information and names. Of course, he is entitled to hide names. He is one guy from the other side who has learned how to successfully swim with the sharks. You know, somewhat like Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj. Imagine, SD had a series of debates with the gutter-mouth Manishankar Aiyar. That’s fine, you can debate anyone. Where was this debate hosted? On NDTV; the den of Commies! What was the show called? Politically Incorrect! Is there anything about NDTV, Swapan or Aiyar that can be possibly politically incorrect? I have to seriously laugh. But if you have to be successful in the media, make fortunes and earn recognition there are some compromises you have to make. Otherwise you are bound to languish like….

    After the bomb blast in Mumbai in July 2011 I wrote the post “Seema Mustafa V Subramaniam Swamy”. In this post note how cleverly and mischievously Mustafa writes about the target of the blast:

    “The Hindus, he keeps insisting, are the targets. But when blasts take place in crowded market places in Mumbai or any other part of India, the targets are the people of India, Dr Swamy. Hindus and Muslims and Sikhs and Christians and Parsis and Jains and Brahmins and Dalits and all those who are at the spot die because the bomb cannot differentiate among religions and castes”.

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    Notice anything? You see, the victims are Hindus, Brahmins, Dalits apart from other religions. Clever, isn’t it? So Hindus are different from Brahmins and Dalits. This is the clever trick and deception that Commie media has practiced all along and still does. Not enough? Take a look at the tweet from another Commie outpost called Tehelka on the recent Muzaffarnagar riots. Oh! It’s Jats V Muslims. Jats are not Hindus. Watch closely and you will find these crooks dividing Hindus on a daily basis. Any idea who they are doing it for and what they gain from it? Make a wild guess! If you believe many of our media folks often talk like agents of Pakistan then that is only partly true. It’s not Pakistan, it’s Islam. It could have been Saudi Arabia next door and the discourse would still be the same. You see, for the Commies Islam is a secular religion and one of peace. Nothing will please the Commies more than to see India as an Islamic republic. I’m not joking. The Commies have even described Maharana Pratap and Shivaji as “rebels” against Islamic rulers and not as Hindu Kings of our proud history.

    If you claim to be a Hindu Nationalist, you will be promptly labelled communal, fascist, anti-minorities and a chauvinist pig. Just listen to guys like Arvind Kejriwal, Yogendra Yadav of the new brigade. If you’re a Hindu you are essentially against the poor, the minorities, the Dalits, the Jats, the Gujjars and everyone else. Is there anyone that the Hindu isn’t against? This is what will be spun by the media and their Commie associates every single day to you. Let’s take scumbag Vir Sanghvi.

    Now this Vir Sanghvi is also a cook apart from being a media steno-typist for Niira Radia. In a Q&A with students over the history of the Babri Masjid conflict this is what he told them in 2009 (Ayodhya for dummies). Here’s one of the questions:

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    So to defend the crimes of the Islamic invaders who destroyed temples and looted them Sanghvi tries to “balance” it by stating Hindus did the same to Buddhist temples and drove Buddhism out of India. Okay! Buddhism also disappeared in many other countries where Hinduism didn’t prevail. How does anyone explain that? Fact is this is a lie that Sanghvi and his Commie friends in the CPM and Congress have perpetrated for ages. Many continue to perpetrate this lie. Sanghvi’s nonsense has been well analysed and answered by many including Reality Check. Would Sanghvi ever accept he is wrong? No! But call him a Commie and he will surely protest. Most media folks don’t like to be called Commies, they prefer the “liberal” tag. The “Fiberals”, as I call them are Commie liars who peddle lies not only about our history but also about current affairs. They distort and spin facts to present you stories. Except that these stories don’t have a label: “Poison”.

    That’s not all, this incestuous Commie club makes life difficult for any alternative thesis or questions to be published. Arun Shourie, even as a renowned journalist, had a problem publishing his first book and had to do it himself. Here’s what he writes on the question of Hindus destroying Buddhist temples or institutions in “Eminent Historians”:

    “Describing the massacres of the latter and the destruction of their vihars, universities, places of worship, the author writes, "The Musalman invaders sacked the Buddhist Universities of Nalanda, Vikramshila, Jagaddala, Odantapuri to name only a few. They raised to the ground Buddhist monasteries with which the country was studded. The monks fled away in thousands to Nepal, Tibet and other places outside India. A very large number were killed outright by the Muslim commanders. How the Buddhist priesthood perished by the sword of the Muslim invaders has been recorded by the Muslim historians themselves. Summarizing the evidence relating to the slaughter of the Buddhist Monks perpetrated by the Musalman General in the course of his invasion of Bihar in 1197 AD, Mr. Vincent Smith says, "....Great quantities of plunder were obtained, and the slaughter of the 'shaven headed Brahmans', that is to say the Buddhist monks, was so thoroughly completed, that when the victor sought for someone capable of explaining the contents of the books in the libraries of the monasteries, not a living man could be found who was able to read them. 'It was discovered,' we are told, 'that the whole of that fortress and city was a college, and in the Hindi tongue they call a college Bihar.' "Such was the slaughter of the Buddhist priesthood perpetrated by the Islamic invaders. The axe was struck at the very root. For by killing the Buddhist priesthood, Islam killed Buddhism. This was the greatest disaster that befell the religion of the Buddha in India...."

    And who exactly is Arun Shourie quoting? The above part is quoted from BR Ambedkar’s writings. Ambedkar who converted to Buddhism should know a lot more about Buddhist history than Commies like Sanghvi and others of his club.

    The Commies have not only conspired to destroy our history but have peddled lies about it. A majority of media houses who scream non-stop every single day are employed in this grand design of telling you that Hindus are communal, a danger to India and are anti-Muslims. With the arrival of SM it has become more and more difficult for them to hide the lies and distort facts. They won’t give up. Be careful what you consume. I have labelled them “Poison”. We shall see more of these lies in the forthcoming parts in this series.
     
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    Do you even know what Bhagat Singh's ideology and views on Hinduism were?
     
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    Bhagat Singh was a patriot unlike many of our CPI/CPI(M) cadre.
     
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    Excellent write-up exposes commie / secular designs!
     
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    Dude There is no Muslim Left, Muslims always stick to their Right wing Islamic ideologies not only in Indian Subcontinent but through Arab Islamic world thanks to their religious closeness and to constant efforts of our moderate / radical Jammatis.........Ever read to TOI articles of Muslim MP /MLA of CPI-M going for Haj pilgrimage to Saudi or Kerala Muslim mp from communist party offering Chaddar to local Darga and organising mosque prayers........what does it tell you ???????
    In short its safe to say for eg...a Hindu Left Commie will support erasing violence filled History of Muslim invaders from National History books so that Muslims live comfortably in Indian Society without hatred, advocate/fight for poor Muslims so that they can live in so called Secular Socialist India and oppose whole heartedly the destruction of Babri Mosque in 1992 but please compare lets say a Palestinian Muslim Arab commie whole fights for Al Aqsa Mosque, establishing an Islamic Palestinian State , Jihad against West and Israel Yada, Yada, Yada.......or Tariq Ali Leftist Pakistani political commentator despite Radical Islamic Jihadi stains in Kashmir takes Pakistan’s stand in the whole affair
    As for Mr Narendra Modi and the so called Left Hindus the so called Left Hindus can be safely divided into 2 further categories Congress Hindus and Chinese agent Maoist/ Hindus though there may be another set of Left Hindus who are fuelled by Petrodollar GCC money you know whom i am talking about.........
     
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    He was also a hardcore leftist, atheist, and critic of religion (including Hinduism).

    Basically, his very existence demolishes your statement:
    Find out what the "S" in HSRA (the organization that Bhagat Singh was part of) stood for.

    The modern Indian Left is full of idiots and wankers, but your statement is sheer nonsense.
     
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    Heh! Even Harkishan Singh Surjeet had more credibilty than Narendra Modi when it comes to patriotism. I don't even want to start on the contribution of the communists towards the unification of Hyderabad state into the Indian Union.
     
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    I did not include Bhagat Singh in my list of traitors, basically you are agreeing with me (highlighted portion).
     

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