<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Just as Girish doesn't get western culture, MMY never
> really did either, even though he lived and traveled
> in it so long.
So true. His approach was always to try to bend
Western culture to the ideal that he had in his
mind, rather than try to understand it and deal
with it on its own level.
The problem, of course, is that his "ideal" is
all based on myth and fantasy from an Indian
past that may very well have never existed.
He's *still* trying to "replicate" a "Vedic"
culture that probably *always* existed only as
a dream had by those who weren't content with
what was actually going on around them.
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