Kangana Ranaut calls for abolition of ‘slave name’ India, wants to return to ‘Bharat’ | Bollywood
- Kangana Ranaut wrote in a series of social media posts on Tuesday that India should be called Bharat instead. She offered reasons.
POSTED JUNE 22, 2021 1:10 PM IST
Kangana Ranaut on Tuesday called for the abolition of the name “India” and said the country should revert to “Bharat”. Describing “India” as a “slave name,” the actor posted a series of comments on social media.
Kangana Ranaut took her Koo account and wrote that the country cannot progress if it remains a “cheap copy” of the Western world. Kangana has recently started using the local Koo platform. She was permanently suspended from her right to use Twitter after being found to violate the platform’s hate speech policy.
She wrote: “India can only rise up if it is rooted in its ancient spirituality and wisdom, that is, the soul of our great civilization. The world will look at us and we will emerge as one. world leader if we increase urban growth but not be a cheap copy of the western world and stay deeply rooted in Vedas, Geeta and Yoga, can we please change this slave name India to Bharat. ” She shared a screenshot of her story post on Instagram.
In a follow-up post, she continued, “The British gave us the name slave India… which literally means east of the Indus. Really, would you call a little nosed or secondborn child or worst section C. What kind of name is this? So rudimentary. Let me tell you the meaning of Bharat. It is made up of three Sanskrit words BH (bhav), Ra (rag), ta (tal). Yes, this is what we were before we were enslaved, the most culturally and aesthetically evolved civilization. Every name has a vibe and the British knew it, not only were they giving new names to places but even people. and to important monuments. We must regain our lost glory, let’s start with the name Bharat. “
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Kangana was banned from Twitter in May for sharing inflammatory tweets after the West Bengal election. Recently, she even slammed Instagram and urged her fans to follow her on Koo. “I am not interested in your clothes and your skin, I want to see more in depth, I want to see your mind and your intellect,” she wrote.