In 1907, this man wrote this to his son-in-law, who had gone to America to study agriculture:
To get on familiar terms with the local people is a part of your education. To know only agriculture is not enough; you must know America too. Of course if, in the process of knowing Americans, one begins to lose one’s identity and fall into the trap of becoming an Americanised person contemtuous of everything Indian, it is preferabable to stay in a locked room.
In the same way…
EDITED: And this man was the first (and only?) person from India to win a Nobel prize in literature from India…
- Zidane in Bangladesh
- A Day in the life of India
- Mizo Padma Bhushan & Padma Shri awardees
- India will be as rich as America in 2030
- Remna Ni, Photo Competition Kolasib, Mobile Phone.