I seriously don’t know what is wrong with all the politicians these days. No matter whether it is Narendra Modi, Somnath Bharti, Arvind Kejriwal or Rahul Gandhi their actions are understood as we have been witnessing these baseless stunts during the onset of every election. What is wrong with the leaders of Shiv Sena? It seems that they have lost their self-respect and have become greedy for money and power which could only maintain their standards as politicians but have degraded our culture and are not following the rituals of Hindutva.
Chandrakant Khaire (62) a veteran Shiv Sena leader and Lok Sabha member had touched the feet of 24 year old Aditya Thackeray at a public function held in Aurangabad recently. Aditya who leads the Sena’s youth wing named Yuva Sena has already setup an extremely bad example of selfdom and haughtiness. He could have stopped Chandrakant Khaire and should have touched the latter’s feet to prove that he was wrong. However, Aditya didn’t resist when Khaire touched his feet.
On the other hand, leaders like Chandrakant Khaire had touched Aditya’s feet not because he had respect for him. He might be craving for a ticket for contesting the upcoming Lok Sabha election. If he was denied a ticket then he won’t have done this drama. Such kind of leaders is only making a mockery of democracy and parliament. He might have licked his shoes too.
Seriously what a shame!!! … Hail of shame. Physical slavery may be on its way out mental slavery is not. Khaire should be given basic briefing about Indian culture and rituals.
And youngsters like Aditya Thackeray should understand that respect or honour can never be claimed forcefully or with the family influence. Try to stand on your own feet and be what you are.
Balasaheb Thackeray’s demise has already saddened us. It’s not only about the tears but his death has almost left a void in politics. Even though his son Uddhav Thackeray has succeeded him but he lacks his charisma. We could only suggest Aditya Thackeray to kindly mind his actions. He must work hard to maintain the legacy of Bal Thackeray. He must consider himself lucky to be a part of such a great dynasty.
Just Google and you may come across this answer
Why do we touch feet?
Touching feet of elders or saints is a unification of point of SHRADDHA and KARUNA .
‘SHRADDHA’ reduces ‘ego’ and lowers emotions along with
solar plexus chakra .
‘KARUNA’ activates HERT- CHAKRA of the saints or elders.
‘SHRADDHA’ increases receptivity of the person, while
‘KARUNA’ Start to discharge energy from HEART CHAKRA towards
the person who is receptive with ‘SHRADDHA’
This technique is also applicable in divine puja.
If their is no SHRADDHA towards god,
Devotees can’t get “KARUNA” [Energy of blessings] from God.
When we touch the feet of elders /saints with ‘SHRADDHA’
We receive energy of ‘KARUNA’ / blessings from them.”