While talking about “The Kashmir Files” movie, PM Modi talked about the “ecosystem”. We recently saw the left-liberal ecosystem work when they brought out a stay against illegal encroachment within hours, someone ran to stop the demolishing of encroachments. Some land up in TV debates, others write articles demonizing it. In the end, we see politicians with vested interests defending them.
The big question is, what can we do to build our own #HinduEcosystem? This brings us to the common misconception which says you need large groups to create a #HinduEcosystem! Why is this a misconception? Because the ecosystem works like a relay race, where you run and then pass on the baton to people who can carry it forward. So it’s individual performance first, and teamwork much later. So yes we can start building a Hindu ecosystem, all on our own.
In this video I am discussing the first three methods which can be used to start building a Hindu Ecosystem alone:
1. Google Map – Google Maps can be used to create a record, a history of how old any place is. So tomorrow if a small temple is demolished, at least somewhere there would be proof of its existence.
2. Google Sheets/Docs – You’ve seen the #Toolkit which Greta shared by mistake. So you know how easy it is to share information using Google Sheets/Docs. At the same time, you can collaborate with many people to gather information on a subject.
3. Gullak/Piggy Bank – At times we need to crowdfund a project. If we maintain a Piggybank with just coins, it can go a long way in creating a stable financial source that can later be used for the cause or benefit of Hindutva.
How common is the Gaumutra Jibe? (Link to Google Sheet – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qnaNJ7CCqYnw0d9HE_uN4b4Kr6xX7EnE8jTv8qa8wHY/edit?usp=sharing)