Samarth Bharat
  • Samarth Bharat
  • आइए, सोचें समझें और बदलें।

India's Neighbors - China & Pakistan

Pakistan is a country based on two-nation theory or Islamic Nationhood. Pakistan is at war with the regions that it is located in. Pakistan is constantly trying to wipe out history, culture, language and customs of the people of Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Balochistan. People of these provinces need to be liberated from Pakistan. Liberation of PSKB will lead to their development and growth. It will help the world end terrorism.

17 February 2020

This book looks at China's history starting from Shang Dynasty 1600 BCE to Mao Tse-tung. It also looks at the ethnic and religious profile of China. During the last three thousand five hundred years, China has lost more wars than it has won. China probably holds the record for killing maximum number of own countrymen during the twentieth century. Indians must understand China better to be able to counter it. This book is intended to help Indians understand China better.

11 August 2017

Time has come to end the experiment called Pakistan

Mumbai terrorist attack was a frontal attack on India, USA, Israel, Canada, Australia and Europe. A long term strategy is needed to combat the root of all such terrorist attacks - Pakistan. The author looks at Pakistan as a failed experiment and argues for splitting Pakistan into three countries - Punjab, Sindh and Baluchistan.

3 December 2008

What if India Wins the War with Pakistan?

An article that looks at the post-war scenario from India's perspective

Hindi version

31 May 2002

War Against Pak Sponsored Terrorism

An article looking at the war against terrorism from a broader perspective.

30 May 2002

Strategic Security of A Sitting Duck

A nuclear attack on Delhi may be devastating for India and for its democracy. How can India prepare for it?

Hindi version

22 December 2001

Internal Contradictions of Pakistan make it a classic case of schizophrenia and a danger to the whole world as well as to its own countrymen.

2 October 1999