The truth about Vivekananda is that he doesn’t quite fit our ideas of either a holy man or a sanyasi.
Bharat, it would seem, has vaulted from cash to digital, leaping over the intermediate steps of cheques and credit cards.
The equality of religions, it would appear, is a doctrine that only Hindus and some non-Abrahamic people accept.
It is this sudden coup on black money that has galled them so much.
The saffron party needs leaders with mass-appeal and local support base, as well as strategic thinkers.
The drama spills from the screen to the streets.