Commemorating Original Advocates of Unanimously Agreeable Philosophy and Governance
The Supreme Court has already adopted the Unanimously Agreeable Principle of Fundamental Fairness [UAPFF] – to not usurp public wealth or others’ private wealth even surreptitiously – as the thrust of Indian constitution to decree landmark verdicts against many Indian Cabinet-approved executive policy actions like government takeover of farmland, allocation of coal fields and spectrum to crony capitalists, etc.
This memo shows how UAPFF amounts to a rational new Supreme Court verdict for establishing Krishna or Rama commemorative monuments ('temples') for Krishna or Rama at their birth places (even if these sites may be ‘disputed’) and why such verdict should be unanimously agreeable by all Indians irrespective of their current caste, language or ‘modern’ religious belief:
UAPFF is the essence of Ancient Indianness or Bharatiyata. UAPFF was originally championed by Krishna and Ramachandra, for civilized coexistence humanity, when no organized religious belief existed. Krishna and Ramachandra were not “Hindus” or “Hindu Gods” or “Reincarnations of Hindu Gods” because the term ‘Hindustan’ or ‘Hindu’ did not exist.