Posted by : Sreedhar Pillai Monday, July 04, 2011
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If you believe in God and love him truly, sometimes, you are bestowed with the good fortune of being able to sing his praise, even if it is about his hidden wealth!
As if to atone for the ignorance of its Comptroller and Auditor General and make up for the loss he claimed the country has suffered, India has recently discovered a treasure in one of its ancient temples in the idyllic southern state, fondly called God’s Own Country.
These idiotic claims made by a stupid CAG of India, outside the constitutional limits of his office, has caused unprecedented loss to the Indian market capitalization, pulling India’s growth by several points down and creating a huge deficit in the trust of foreign investors in the Indian economy.
In short the CAG alleged that Indian Government lost out $39 Billion in license fees from foreign investors in the Indian Telecom sector by not taking an auction route whereas, the Government policy in fact has subsidized the Indian consumer to that extent, leading to unprecedented growth of the market and the sector to 700 million consumers.Where else can you make a call for $0.0225?
The CAG obviously didn’t know anything about a cell phone other than to give a missed call now and then! He was dreaming that US 39 Billion will flow in just like that from the foreign investors. He most probably can’t count the number of zeros in a billion correctly.
An unbelievable treasure of nearly $22 Billion has been unearthed during last week from several secret chambers in the Sree Padmanabha Temple located in the beautiful city of Trivandrum.
The treasure hunt which is not yet completed has suddenly raised this temple to the wealthiest temple in all of India. Excerpts from newspapers:
“More than 1200 golden chains, three golden crowns, numerous golden staffs, golden plates, a chain of golden coins of 1732 vintage, diamonds, including Belgium diamonds, and precious stones, including ‘cat's eye', rubies and emeralds, were among the articles found inside vault A. One gold chain was found to weigh more than three kg.
Hundreds of kilos of coins issued by the government of erstwhile Travancore and those from the time of Napoleon and the British East India Company were among the articles that were counted and weighed.
Among the notable discoveries was an ancient gold idol of Lord Vishnu studded with precious diamonds and emeralds. Sources said its value could not be assessed due to its antiquity. There were also human figurines made of pure gold, each weighing 1 kg as well as 18-foot-long jewellery weighing 35 kg used to adorn the deity. Bags of coins and precious stones were also found in the chamber marked A.”
Ironically, if the location of the remote Trivandrum protected the treasure from invaders and marauders, the treasure should now attract the whole world to Trivandrum and the Temple and God’s own beautiful land!
Article first published as Can a $22 Billion Godly Treasure Make Godâ€™s Own Country A Tourist Spot? on Technorati.