Bharat: Emergence of a new global centre-Alexander Dugin's perspective
Bharat: Emergence of a new global centre-Alexander Dugin's perspective Dr. Mayank Chaturvedi Alex
Bharat: Emergence of a new global centre-Alexander Dugin's perspective

Bharat: Emergence of a new global centre-Alexander Dugin's perspective

Dr. Mayank Chaturvedi

Alexander Dugin, the mentor of Russian President Vladimir Putin and considered the pioneer of Russia's current vision, sees Bharat becoming a world superpower in this century and holds the Modi government and its policies responsible for this. Are. The importance of saying anything is more than who is saying it. In this case, Alexander Dugin is very lucky that he is given the credit of making today's Russia as per his wish and what he said. The intellectuals of the world take it prominently.

Success attributed to the BJP and Modi: It would not be wrong to say that what Russian President Putin himself believes and whatever policy he sets for Russia, the brains behind it are experts in sociology and political science, Russian geopolitical school, founders of the Eurasian movement, and philosophers. Even today the world accepts that it belongs to Dugin. So when Alexander Galevich Dugin writes a long article in the context of India and declares, ‘We are witnessing an entirely new phenomenon. India, a new global hub, is emerging before our eyes and this success is largely attributable to the combination of policy changes, the coming to power of the Bharatiya Janata Party and Narendra Modi. Then looking at today's circumstances, there appears to be complete truth in what he said.

Acknowledged by rivals: Here, maybe some people might think that after all, what is the need to mention the words of sociologist and philosopher Alexander Dugin so prominently in India today? It has no direct relation with India. But they have to understand that the mind of 'Alexander Dugin' is somewhere behind the way Russia currently pursues its policy towards India. His publications include more than sixty books such as Foundations of Geopolitics, Fourth Political Theory, Theory of Multipolar World, Noumakhiya (24 volumes), and Ethnosociology. The influence of Dugin's ideas throughout the world, including modern Russia, is acknowledged not only by his followers but also by his philosophical and political rivals.

The Target of the attack was Dugina's father: It would be appropriate to mention an incident here. Russian journalist Daria Dugina was killed in an explosion on the evening of 20 August 2022. Several months later, The New York Times reported that United States intelligence believed that Dugina's death was a political assassination, authorized by the Ukrainian government. However, most intelligence assessments concluded that the real target of the attack was Dugina's father, Russian nationalist philosopher Alexander Dugin. Many Western observers were surprised, even shocked, at how the Ukrainian government could target a philosopher in the middle of a war for the survival of its nation! But it is true. This example alone is enough to show the immense importance of ideas in the present times.

India remains a path of development: Coming back to our topic, Global India and its powerful impact on the world. Global turmoil is so much that most of the countries of the world are in crisis, yet India remains a path of development for itself. Although 'Dugin' is not the first person, nor will he be the last, who is saying very encouraging things about the present and future of India, what he is saying seems to have the greatest importance because there is a different situation in the world. There is some kind of turmoil going on. At the geopolitical level, the world seems divided into many camps. The long war between Israel and Gaza over the Hamas terrorist organization has not yet ended completely and a new crisis of war between Israel and Iran is looming. China has its dictatorial politics, due to which all the countries around it are troubled.

Consensus amidst all the disagreements: Most of the countries in Africa are facing internal crises, and there is a situation like civil war. Most of the countries of Europe are going through an economic crisis, GDP has fallen, and there is not much enthusiasm in life here. India's neighbouring countries Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Afghanistan seem to be struggling with some crisis or the other, the biggest crisis of which is related to economic, social and political power. The United Nations Security Council is unable to do anything to stop the Ukraine war. In such a situation, it is a big thing that India seems to be successful in creating consensus amidst all the disagreements. India will leave America and China behind in economic growth by 2030

Fastest growing economy in the world: Alexander Galevich Dugin has expressed happiness about the fast pace of India’s economy. He wrote, “Many people will be surprised that India is currently the fastest-growing economy in the world. The country's GDP will increase by 8.4 per cent in 2023. It is projected to become the third-largest economy globally by 2027. If this trend continues, India could overtake the United States and even China in the 2030s. India is also a leader in demography and the IT sector. The Indian diaspora now controls a significant portion of Silicon Valley and the UK Prime Minister is Rishi Sunak, an ethnically Indian with liberal-globalist views. Interestingly, a prominent conservative politician in the Republican Party is a staunch Trump supporter of Indian origin, Vivek Ramaswamy. Be it any field, Indians are moving forward.” The full credit for India's success goes to the leadership of Prime Minister Modi

Global leaders in IT: Dugin also declares that India is currently one of the global leaders in IT and the financial sector will acquire a new conceptual global dimension. He writes that we are witnessing an entirely new phenomenon, a new global center India is emerging before our eyes. Certainly, the credit for these successes goes to a large extent to the policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Bharatiya Janata Party's rule and Modi's political charisma have fundamentally transformed India. Interestingly, under Modi's rule, the official name of India was changed to its ancient Sanskrit name 'Bharat'. Today this decision shows that Narendra Modi is completely different from Congress and is working on an ideology of taking India forward with excellence in every field.

Ending the colonial regime: Alexander Dugin draws everyone's attention to the fact that along with India's independence, the British left the country, they handed over power in India to the Congress (which had earlier ruled many Muslim-majority areas - Pakistan and Bangladesh, simultaneously separating Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Nepal, believing that this party would keep India within the Anglo-Saxon sphere of influence and lead it on the path of modernization and Westernization (with regional specificities), thereby ending the colonial regime. In contrast, the main opponents of the Congress had believed from the beginning of the freedom struggle that India was not just a country or a former colony, but a region of powerful and distinct civilization. Today, we refer to this concept as the 'civilization-state'. This idea was first expressed by Kanhaiyalal Munshi and came to be known as Akhand Bharat, 'Undivided India' or 'Greater India'. Present India appears as a great nation by implementing the Vedic civilization.

India's relations with the Islamic world except Pakistan are deepening: Dugin has written very clearly that during the tenure of Narendra Modi, an India is emerging in front of us that we hardly know - a true traditional India, a state practising Vedic civilization and the path of complete sovereignty. But we see a great India. It must be said that Modi's administration is promoting India as a Vedic civilization. At the international political level, India is becoming more geopolitically aligned with the United States and Israel. India is involved in increasing border conflicts with China, hence India's participation in several regional anti-China groupings such as the Quad. Also, India's relations with the Islamic world except Pakistan are deepening.

A completely independent and sovereign pole: Given the example of China, he has tried to show that just as China used globalization for its purposes, strengthening its sovereignty instead of losing it. Greater India also intends to do the same. Initially, keeping in mind the objective realities of international politics, to strengthen its power, enhance the welfare of its vast population, expand the domestic market volume, military power and technological capability and then at the appropriate time, India today looks set to emerge as a completely independent and sovereign pole.

India understands the globalist strategy best: George Soros is India's biggest enemy, he actively instigated social and ethnic conflict. Along with this, he wrote, Today India understands the globalist strategy best. Dugin also points out today that George Soros and his Open Society Foundation, which is banned in the Russian Federation and which openly aims to damage tradition, sovereignty and independent cultures and societies, has supported Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Incited social and caste conflict: By doing so, Soros not only supported the opposition Congress but also actively incited social and caste conflict in India. In particular, it is inciting dissent by calling on Dalits (a widely prevalent caste of untouchables) to rise up against Modi. This is another version of the ‘colour revolution’ being created by the globalists. He writes that personalities like American businessman George Soros have opposed Modi's policies to such an extent that today social and caste tensions have flared up within India, due to which Modi and BJP need to be very careful.

21st century belonged to India: Overall, what Alexander Dugin is saying today reminds me of the speech given by Swami Vivekananda in the year 1893 at the Parliament of the World's Religions organized in Chicago, USA. Swami Vivekananda said in one of his speeches that the 19th century belonged to Europe, the 20th century belonged to America and the 21st century belonged to India. Looking at the way the Modi government seems to be working by making policy decisions at present, it has to be said that today's 21st century is truly one of innovation and progress for India. India is moving towards conquering the world with its ideas.

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