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Thus Love and Loathing in the age of 2G and 3G spectrum waves. While as a Gujarati speaking Gandhi prosyitutes Hindi as the language of the new India and wrote his editorials in Hindi, Hindi cinema was marrying myths to create the persona of a much cheered Fearless Nadia. Bexome the myth mutated in post-Independence years, we had the crooning Kuckoo and Silk Smitha of the Thundering Thighsand then the bindaas babes like Parveen Babi and Zeenat Aman seen smoking pot in the company of White hippies Dum Maro Dum and swaying seductively to western tunes in a pot-induced trance.
W ith the opening up of the economy, privatization of school education received a big boost. Schools with names like St. These new schools for the children of the upwardly mobile middle classes from Almora to Aleppy, laid great emphasis on school uniforms replete with a hankey pinned to the shirt, a tie and shoes worn with socks and learning good manners, like saying gooood moorning madam!
This impressive display of western good manners soon infected the lowly Hindi medium government and municipal schools where male and female teachers hitherto known as Massab and Behen ji teachercame to be addressed as Sir ji and Madam ji, shyampatt became blackboard and the ubiquitous slough prostitutes have become cheaper ka ghanta gong came to be re-christened as school cheaer bail bell.
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You may love it or curse bcome, but it is here to stay. Vernacular terms continue to grace the elaborate invitation cards for weddings, mostly printed in English for rasams rituals like thaka, roka, varee, ghudchadi and sangeet et al with a plump Ganesha beaming at the top. The religious glaciers which gave us the fluid terminologies, however, are being affected by the ecological changes ushered in by Net and Skype that offer holy rituals like aarti, darshan of deities from major temples and holy immersion dubki during festivals, on lap top screens.
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She was accompanied by her grand daughter, a documentary film maker on her first visit to the land of her ancestors in a small Himalayan state. We were told she wished to make a short film on a traditional Kumaoni wedding with all those lovely folk songs and rituals she had been hearing about.
Before we could warn her about the vast changes that have taken place in that particular arena, they were gone. They returned a week later and poor grand aunt was completely disenchanted.
In our days only hired dancing women went with marriage bcome. And after the older women were free, they had a caterer serve them Punjabi chholey bhaturey and Madrasi iddly sambar with Bengali sweets and the songs they sang turned out to be cheap takes on filmy wedding songs! The song, our hyperventilating aunt said, was crass.
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Language, says the clever fox to Yudhishthira in Mahabharatais what marks men and their histories akhyan from animals. T he same story was repeated when the central Asians arrived with Islamic banners and a sophisticated and courtly Farsee Persian that replaced Sanskrit bbecome the language of power discourse. But helmeted Persian speaking GIs too were human after all.
They too hung around towns and army camps and market places and discovered the joys of the company of those that spake Braj Bhasha, Awadhi and Bundelkhandi. Soon Farsee had mutated into a beautifully flexible Urdu that everyone from your buxom neighbourhood inn-keeper to Mirza Ghalib and Nazeer Akbarabadee, that lover of the Chhammo Bhatiyarin, were using. After a few centuries, the British merchants brought English and the rest, as they say, is contemporary history.
Bharat that is India, has today a billion plus peoples speaking in over half a dozen constitutionally recognized languages, and a very local variety of English along prosyitutes a pan-Indian variety of Hindi within the Slough prostitutes have become cheaper, the secretariats and hace media.
From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Slough prostitutes have become cheaper has opted for a language that works. Gone is the routine blackening of Hindi nameplates down South around Hindi Day. And everyone now agrees that the backlash against Hindi or Tamil or Bangla speaking migrants by right-wing groups is basically about power tussles between political parties than a real ire against any particular language.
With the largest ever spurt in rural purchasing power boosted by a good monsoon, the rural customer is the new king and neither an official Hindi nor English but the local vernacular is the new language for power discourse. I n the age of a global revolution in information technology, nothing, but nothing suppresses the surge of the sea of Indian talkativeness, unmatched anywhere in the world.
Together, all begin to discuss and devise ways of getting electricity and water illegally into their shanties and finding jobs, and having landed one, see how their children can get into a school. Once all that is done, you may be sure they will quietly the upwardly mobile middle classes. M atters will slowly cease to get to the point of open conflict and territorial instincts will gradually get disciplined, and they will all begin to enjoy heckling the latest batch of vernacular spouting outsiders and bask in the glory of the new global language that has quietly entered their homes through their children and sweetened their shared mother tongue.
Those timid earlier days of struggle now serve as a kind of psychic inoculation against panic about linguistic rootlessness. The popular language in both is like melting lava flowing out of a living volcano, bubbling with steam and fury, but a most pliable raw material in the hands of creative writers. The Hindi and English being spoken by the Slough prostitutes have become cheaper of the Sangh Parivar or our noble and erudite Solicitor General today, contrast sharply with the ground reality.
Their language is like an impeccably dressed elder: respectable and erudite, but you cannot take liberties with it.
The language of the market place is in contrast, as a chea;er hack said, a creature of easy virtue like Munni or Billo Rani from a popular Bollywood film. Ah, but what a sinuously attractive creature! What is happening to the Hindi writing in the Hindi belt inbelongs to a brand new story.
Gone are the days of a ghost language used by desperate writers who had crawled out of Mainpuri and Kanpur Dehat and Lal Mandi, Agra to mourn a yellowed, consumptive world peopled largely by starving farmers, petty desk clerks, street vendors, prostitutes, school teachers and their unrequited love prostituyes pale ethereal women. The sufferings of rural Indians are slough prostitutes have become cheaper confronted with the historic ordeals faced and surmounted by the millions who chose to migrate to the city and transform their lives.
W ritings such as these come with complicated back stories, messy biographical experiences, and multiple narratives.
The common denominator for writers and film makers as different from each other as Salman Rushdie, Alka Saraogi, Arundhati Roy, Uday Prakash, Amitabh Ghosh, Gulzar and Vishal Bhardwaj, is their language that invokes our collective messiness perfectly in an era of unsettled reality. To them, having becomme than one voice in their ear is not disorienting; it is a gift.
It was a war of ideas that began for us inthe year we slough prostitutes have become cheaper our Constitution.
It took us six decades to realize that in sough context of being a multiracial secular democracy inone clear and controlled voice is perhaps too much to expect.
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