"I gave the Japanese Emperor the Bhagavad Gita because I have nothing more valuable to give and the world has nothing more valuable to get": Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
This is a momentous statement of civilizational assertion; unparalleled by any head of the Indian state since attaining "freedom" from colonial rule.
This statement truly embodies the hopes of the Hindu masses, the victims of Abrahamic oppression for 1300 years.
This statement personifies the impressive democratic mandate received by the BJP under the leadership of Narendra Bhai Modi - and is indicative of the popular aspiration for civilizational regeneration.
Civilizational regeneration includes economic development, infrastructure, healthcare, hygiene, food security, education, clean, efficient and dynamic governance etc. - but is not limited to those things alone.
It encompasses all of the above and goes beyond them to include aspirations of civilizational nationalism, restoration of national honour and a course correction for India's national discourse perverted by the pernicious Nehru-Gandhi "secularism".