Richest country in the world now
Right now, India is the richest country in the world ! Wondering how? It's really amazing.
(1) It's due to Mr. G Vaidyaraj, who donated all his wealth, about which he actually did not know.
He is a descendent of Raja Krishnadev Raya from Mysore district.
For the last 300 years or so, three stones were worshipped in his house.But nobody tried to see what it was, except this person, who is a lawyer by profession. One day, when there was nobody in his house, he took the stone out to see what it was that they worship. Due to the dust deposited on it, from many many years, it looked only like a simple stone. But when he touched it, some portion of the stone was cleansed. And he saw a bright ray of light. He saw something which attracted his attention. And he was amazed when he cleaned all of them.The whole room was filled with light. He discovered they were diamonds of about 4600 carats each.
He informed the Govt. of India and the news is censored with its security. It's now deposited in a Swiss Bank. The cost of single diamond exceeds the GDP of USA + UK .
Even World Bank does not have enough money to buy it. India can buy virtually 7 developing nations.
One diamond costs thrice the debt of World Bank over India .
One such diamond can buy 10 Bill Gates to you. And the World Bank has proposed the Indian Govt. that it can pay India in Installment if it wishes to do so.
India 's GDP is 34.25 billion dollars.
Bill Gates property is 95 billion dollars approximate so that is the way 'nature changes'.
Our Prime Minister has refused to sell it.
He said it will be sold or mortgaged for credit when we need it. Otherwise right now we have no problems.
You can go through Times of India with a small column on it a week ago.
Star TV presented a 115 min documentary on it about 15 days ago.
The Hindu with its half page article in it.
After that it was censored as classified.
(2) Another good news is that in the Desert of Thar a deposit of Oil and Natural gas have been found.. This stores what Kuwait has in its stomach.
India can go with this ONGC energy reserve with another 30 years. And moreover it can export it to other counties. It's incredible!! But true.
(3) An Indian boy in his 12th standard has disproved Einstein's 'Theory of Relativity'. Shocked? Read on...
Sudarshan Reddy has theoretically proven the existence of a sub-atomic particle, which can travel at speed greater than that of light, thereby challenging one of the fundamental postulates of the 'Theory of Relativity'.
In his recent research paper submitted to the Institute of Advanced Physics (IAP) at Trieste ( Italy ), Sudarshan has proved the existence of a class of sub-atomic particles called leptons', which can travel faster than light. The international physics community is shocked by this discovery.
Dr.Massimo Martelli, President of the IAP has this to say about the paper submitted by Sudarshan. 'After long, careful and critical analysis, I can confidently say that Sudarshan's research papers show tremendous leap in our understanding of physics. His investigation
mounts up on 'leptons'... His work builds substantially on the work of Einstein and others in the field of relativity.'
When physicists from Princeton University tried to measure Sudarshan's IQ with an IQ-meter (at the American Embassy in Delhi ), the meter broke down. Sudarshan, incidentally, is the brother of Madhu Reddy, the Indian whiz kid who developed an operating system superior to Microsoft Windows.
We should all be very proud of these boys.
Please forward this email to as many Indians and also the Americans who think Indians are Poor !!! .....Jai Hind !!!!
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