Living on the street, without a home, it’s happening to too many people and animals. They depend on their inventivity, gifts from others, luck, and above all, their own strength. Like this one, undestroyable Pit. That is #whpplanetearth too.
What is Indian? The things that were born here but reside abroad? Or the things that originated elsewhere but now are a part of India?
India has been invaded countless times. The treasures of the country were literally stolen to be kept in Museums (Kohinoor Diamond). Temples have been destroyed and made into mosques and minarets that later became such an integral part of India that now they're national heritage (Qutub Minar). Languages that were original are on the verge of extinction (Sanskrit). And foreign tongues are an essential part of our daily lives.
Does birth make you Indian? Or your permanent address? Or maybe your loyalty during the world cup? There are people who look Indian who are not Indian. And there are people who don't look Indian who actually are!
India is not one country. It's not the sporadic surge of patriotism. It's not defined by a common tongue that everyone understands. It's not just what you see in the present and it's not what it was in the past. So what is India? The more you see, the less you'll know. And to understand it, a lifetime is not enough.