School of Thoughts

January 6, 2007

India Poised !!

Filed under: News,Opinions — Sanju Rajan @ 5:08 pm

“Times of India” has christened 2007 as the year of India and has started a campaign called “India Poised” through their newspaper and the news channel TIMES NOW. And Big B had volunteered to recite the India Poised anthem. The anthem is really inspiring. The theme of the anthem is the two Indias within the country and how the whole country is transforming from one India to the other.

Check out Amitabh Bacchan reciting the anthem

and here’s the India Poised anthem in text form

Yes, India has finally arrived and India’s resurging economy is definitely proof for it !! India has already proved that its not just the “The land of snake charmers, heritage and culture” which was perceived earlier, but that it has got much more value to add. Today it is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and everybody is taking notice. The surge in foreign investment of late is an indication for this. This is the India I have always dreamt of and it is happening, though in a slow and steady pace. Jai Hind !!



  1. This is the great initiative taken by TOI and i personally salute their way to describe India and Indians as our country has created so many examples that’s why world is following as whatever the field is and we are no more followers,we are inspirers…

    Tarun Arora

    Comment by Tarun Arora — January 15, 2007 @ 3:43 am

  2. Yes, you are right Tarun !

    Comment by Sanju Rajan — January 15, 2007 @ 7:20 pm

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