An impressionistic history of the
South Asian Subcontinent
VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS
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Vol 1 - An ephemeral glance at feudal languages!
40. A Constitution which is in sync with the native-land culture and traditions
If the Constitution of India is rewritten to get it in sync with the emotional tugs and pulls of the local cultures and traditions, then what would come about would be a Constitution with a totally different emotional direction.
The reality in the local languages that individuals are not of equal status before the law and administrative set-up would appear in a very powerful written form.
That Avan (lowermost he) / Aval (lowermost she) cannot be kept on an equal pedestal with an Adheham/Avar (highest level He/She) would become a solid social truth, and also a part of the national jurisprudence and judicial apparatus.
With clasped hands in worshipful obeisance, Avan/Aval would have to stand up when an Adheham enters the scene. Who among them do not do this, will find not only justice denied to them, but also many other things.
The employees of the government offices would give due regard to the words of the Adheham/Avar. To the words of the Avan/Aval, they would concede peanut value. The employees in the police department also would do likewise.
Adheham would be extended ‘respect’. Avan / Aval would be given a severe verbal shaking. If it is possible, they would be made to undergo a troublesome ordeal to get even the smallest of governmental actions. And in some cases, even a physical manhandling can be possible.
In government documents and in FIRs, individuals would be defined differently, and with acute discrimination. When an Avan and Adheham (as defined by the government officials) gets to confront each other in the governmental apparatus, the Avan would end up in a miserable state.
Adheham can demand many things from the Avan/Aval. Without much restrictions. Avan/Aval would be under compulsion to concede to these demands. If any Avan/Aval categorically mentions that it is not possible to concede to the demands of the Adheham, it would be a most preposterous and impertinent stance.
In the local schools, when the teacher enters the classroom, students rise up from their seats in a most automated manner to exhibit ‘respect’. Students, who show some disinclination to do this, are defined by the teachers as rank rascals and delinquents. Even if they are perfect and good in all other ways. The same is the way in which the afore-mentioned items of impertinence should be understood.
The government office employees would have much urge to enforce this cantankerous social philosophy all the common citizens of the nation. For, they would find that they get adequate support from the newly rewritten-into-feudal languages Constitution of India.
Actually this is the manner in which all government offices in India, which runs on feudal languages, function, as of now.
Only in the few offices where English is still used, can one find a different attitude and functioning style, in the governmental apparatus. But then, this English ambience would not have been experienced by around 95% of the people of this nation.
However, this is not way it should be. The fact that government office employees are mere workers, who are supposed to do the work of the people from inside the government offices, is not known or understood by even the remaining 5% of the population.
For, only those persons who have reasonable command over English can absorb the information that the citizens of this nation should not be differentiated into Avan/Aval and Adheham/Avar.
The very powerful social design code that, individuals who are insidiously defined variously as Avan/Aval and Adheham/Avar are actually of one level of He/She is not there in the feudal vernaculars of this subcontinent. However, this code stands very powerfully encrypted in English
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