Monday, May 21, 2007

One special Hindu

He is Rahul Easwar, Grandson of the Head Priest.... in Sabrimala or Guruvayoor. Both associated with traditions which we modern people think obsolete...

But.... now, as I hear him today on TV and once earlier in a discussion on NDTV...

It does not matter that he belongs to a temple in Kerala which is currently being considered controversial - Guruvayoor temple. It does not matter that he is on the receiving end of people who think that sabrimala temple should be opened upto women. Inspite of all my liberal thoughts I think this man has the profound depth in his thought, is from the roots he is talking of, and can visualise the issues with far higher sophistication & sensitivity than the trigger happy religious fanatics, liberals, seculars, and the all other thought processes. I feel it in my guts, that this is one genuine person who knows the purpose, relevance and the essence of what he is dealing with.
While all those protesting the traditions are speaking from without and like to break things. He is from within thinking of change - but with consideration and a clear understanding of the insititutions. That in my eyes makes him a man of much greater worth than all of us sitting on PCs, chairs, and charity posts telling the world how to behave.

Going to keep a watch on him and see how things go for him in this otherwise complicated country. Wish him the best.


Blogger bhattathiri said...

Rahul eswar is dynamic and smart and his arguements are all correct.
His Management is a systematic way of
carrying out activities in any field of human effort. Management need to
focus more on leadership skills, e.g., establishing vision and goals,
communicating the vision and goals, and guiding others to accomplish them.
It also assert that leadership must be more facilitative, participative and
empowering in how visions and goals are established and carried out. Some
people assert that this really isn't a change in the management functions,
rather it's re-emphasizing certain aspects of management.

9:13 AM  
Blogger trangam said...

thanks for the comment and perspective.

9:29 AM  

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