THE GOLDEN BOOK

CORRIGENDUM
To
THE VASUDHIOTIC WORLD GOVERNMENT AND THE GREAT INDIAN DREAM OF THE PARAMATANTRATAA
 


1) On page number 5, read

‘14. THE GREAT INDIAN DREAM OF THE PARAMTANTRATA’ as ‘14. THE GREAT INDIAN DREAM OF THE PARAMATANTRATAA’             

2) On page number 6, read

  ‘THE GREAT INDIAN DREAM OF THE PARAMATANTRTA’   as ‘THE GREAT INDIAN DREAM OF THE PARAMATANTRTAA        

3) On page number 7, read

‘author’s inner core self’’ as  ‘author’s inner core and inner self’’

4) On page number 11, read

‘Alexander the Great is famous for having tries to conquer the world.’ as ‘Alexander the Great is famous for having tried to conquer the world.’

5) On page number 12, read

‘Sindh in Bharatvarsha’ as ‘Sindh in Bharatavarsha’

6) On page number 12, read

‘battle of Buxar (23 October, 1764)’ as ‘battle of Buxar (23rd October, 1764)’

7) On page number 13, read

‘the five permanent of the Security Council’ as ‘the five permanent members of the Security Council’

8) On page number 18, read

‘2. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THE ONE WORLD?’ as ‘2. WHAT THE BENEFITS OF THE ONE WORLD ARE’

9) On page number 19, read

‘On the other hands, Indian population’ as ‘On the other hand, Indian population’

10) On page number 20, read

‘This made war led to a loss’ as ‘This mad war led to a loss’

11) On page number 21, read

‘for World Wars II (1939-1945)’ as ‘for World War II (1939-1945).

12) On page number 21, read

‘Siachin War (1984-2003’ as ‘Siachin War (1984-2003)’

13) On page number 25, read

‘maximum control of individuals over the tools’ as ‘maximum control by individuals over the tools’

14) On page number 25, read

‘any government machinery, as we’ as ‘any government machinery as we’

15) On page number 26, read

‘Then, how you would name’ as ‘Then, how would you name’

16) On page number 27, read

‘such a humane governance model as previously mentioned.’ as ‘such a humane governance model.’

17) On page number 27, read

‘stressing centrifugal’ as ‘stressing centripetal’

18) On page number 32, read

‘continued targeting innocents allegedly’ as ‘continued targeting innocents, allegedly’

19) On page number 34, read

‘victors of the World War I’ as ‘victors of the World War II’

20) On page number 53, read

‘Don’t people out of joint families’ as ‘Don’t people move out of joint families’

21) On page number 56, read

‘October 2012 and was cremated’ as ‘October 2012 was cremated’

22) On page number 56, read

‘commanded amongst the common people.’ as ‘commanded amongst the common people…!’

23) On page number 56, read

‘from nowhere lead by no one’ as ‘from nowhere led by no one’

24) On page number 56, read

‘uproot theses decayed royal’ as ‘uproot these decayed royal’

25) On page number 59, read

‘The above-mentioned two examples show the commonality between the Sanskrit and the English languages.’ as ‘Similarly, the English words such as ‘They’ and ‘Thou’ seem to have the Sanskrit origins. ‘They’ becomes ‘Tey’ and ‘Thou’ becomes ‘Tou’ or ‘Twa’ after removal of the alphabet ‘H’. Also, ‘They’ becomes ‘Tey’ and ‘Thou’ becomes ‘Tou’ or ‘Twa’ if we keep the alphabet ‘H’ silent. ‘T’ in ‘Tey’ and ‘’Tou’ sounds same as ‘T’ in   the word ‘Tensingh’ or ‘Tansen’. ‘Tey’ in the Sanskrit language means ‘They’. ‘Tou’ or ‘Twa’ in the Sanskrit means ‘You’. Note that the word ‘thou’ as a pronoun in the English language stands for ‘You’ in the singular form for an individual. Thus, the Sanskrit word ‘Tey’ and the English word ‘They’ appear to be identical. The English word ‘Thou’ and the Sanskrit word ‘Twa’ seem same too!

The above-mentioned examples show the commonality between the Sanskrit and the English languages.’

26) On page number 61, read

‘much blood has been shade’ as ‘much blood has been shed’

27) On page number 62, read

‘companion maanavas on in this world’ as ‘companion maanavas in this world’

28) On page number 63, read

‘Kundaleenee power present in each of us do not’ as ‘Kundaleenee power present in each of us does not’

29) On page number 64, read

‘each of us maanavas always long for…!’ as ‘each of us maanavas always longs for…!’

30) On page number 64, read

‘I call upon each Vasudhiot’ as ‘I call upon all Vasudhiots’

31) On page number 67, read

‘flat 5% of the value the good’ as ‘flat 5% of the value of the good’

32) On page number 71, read

‘increase in oil prices increases leads to an increase’ as ‘increase in oil prices leads to an increase’

33) On page number76, read

‘How then the world government function’ as ‘How would then the world government function’

34) On page number 77, read

‘bodies on certain commonly accepted’ as ‘bodies based on a certain commonly accepted’

35) On page number 79, read

‘$US 220 which forces you are to pay up!’ as ‘$US 220 which forces you are to pay up!’

36) On page number 80, read

‘suffered a loss of loss of $US 1 in this deal’ as ‘suffered a loss $US 1 in this deal’

37) On page number 86, read

‘government does not believe in you and do’ as ‘government does not believe in you and does’

38) On page number 94, read

‘our own Indianized variant of such a dream?’ as ‘our own Indianized variant of such a dream…!’

39) On page number 100, read

‘It is often been reported’ as ‘It has often been reported’

40) On page number 101, read

‘Transaction Cost carried the possibility’ as ‘Transaction Cost carries the possibility’

41) On page number 102, read

‘rein this monster quickly…!’ as ‘rein in this monster quickly…!’

42) On page number 105, read

‘based speedy decisions advocated in 2013’ as ‘based speedy decisions, advocated in 2013’

43) On page number 109, read

‘consequences to anyone by making the violator’ as ‘consequences to anyone, by making the violator,

44) On page number 117, read

‘3. The money extorted from the public by the corrupt’ as ‘3. The money extorted from the public by the corrupt

The first category of the corruption can be called the Technical corruption. The second and third categories of the corruption may be termed the Non-Technical corruption.’

45) On page number 118, read

‘that actually does not belong to them’ as ‘that which actually does not belong to them’

46) On page number 118, read

‘criminals if they refuse’ as ‘criminals into jails if they refuse’

47) On page number 119, read

‘Although Baba Saheb Ambedkar’ as ‘Baba Saheb Ambedkar’

48) On page number 131, read

‘governance with following of the rules’ as ‘governance with the following of the rules’

49) On page number 132, read

‘bold seizure had to later quit’ as ‘bold seizure of the smuggled contrabands belonging to that former Indian Prime Minister had to later quit’

50) On page number 133, read

‘Bharat Ratna to him by the Congress led’ as ‘Bharat Ratna to him by the Congress-led’

51) On page number 135, read

‘government having wrongly given’ as ‘government for Indian government having wrongly given’

52) On page number 136, read

‘highest sports ward like the Arjuna award’ as ‘highest sports award like the Arjuna award’

53) On page number 136, read

‘its greatest stalwart none other than Mohandas Karam Chand Gandhi. Other’ as ‘its own greatest stalwart none other than Mohandas Karam Chand Gandhi. Nor other’

54) On page number 136, read

‘On the other hand, Abhinav Bindra,’ as ‘Even Abhinav Bindra,’

55) On page number 137, read

‘Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi’ as ‘Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were awarded the Bharat Ratna…!’

56) On page number 137, read

‘Bharat Ratna implies that contributions’ as ‘Bharat Ratna implies that the contributions’

57) On page number 139, read

‘turbulent historical political period are’ as ‘turbulent historical political periods are’

58) On page number 141, read

‘Haryana and Punjab in India in the’ as ‘Haryana and Punjab in India, in the’

59) On page number 141, read

‘option of either uniting’ as ‘option of either reuniting’

60) On page number 142, read

‘for our every civic problems.’ as ‘for our every civic problem.’

61) On page number 142, read

‘a densely populated region’ as ‘a highly densely populated region’

62) On page number 146, read

‘this aspect needs to tackling effectively’ as ‘this aspect needs effective tackling’

63) On page number 146, read

 ‘certain monetary sum to contests’ as ‘certain monetary sum to contestants’

64) On page number 148, read

‘if it did not pass on the legislative’ as ‘if it did not pass the legislative’

65) On page number 148, read

‘Therefore, it passed on hastily the Right’ as ‘Therefore, it passed hastily the Right’

66) On page number 152, read

‘vast and of 1.2 billion strong India’ as ‘vast land of 1.2 billion strong India’

67) On page number 155, read

‘The university must be made liable to pay a financial penalty 100 times the fees charged by it from the student, to the student, for such documents.’ as ‘The university must be made liable to pay a financial penalty 100 times the fees charged by it from the student, to the student, for such documents if it failed to despatch the student’s documents in time…!’

68) On page number 161, read

‘For example, the Khaps as a local self-governing’ as ‘For example, the Khap as a local self-governing’

69) On page number 161, read

‘a Muslim woman is free to the’ as ‘a Muslim woman is free to get married of to the’

70) On page number 162, read

‘involving conflicting rights to’ as ‘involving conflicting rights, to’

71) On page number 162, read

‘respect for the individual’s right to personal’

72) On page number 164, read

‘installation of one’s self by misusing’ as ‘installation of statue of one’s own self by misusing’

73) On page number 166, read

‘if any of the couple decides to obtain divorce.’ as ‘if either of the couple decides to obtain divorce.’

74) On page number 170, read

‘higher ability to pay after the employee’s gets’ as ‘higher ability to pay after the employee gets’

75) On page number 172, read

‘Summarily dismiss those government personnel found harassing the street hawkers, street vendors or small shopkeepers or individual professionals from government service’ as ‘Summarily those government personnel who are found harassing the street hawkers, street vendors or small shopkeepers or individual professionals be dismissed from government service’

76) On page number 174, read

‘served to decrease inequality in society’ as ‘served to decrease equality in society’

77) On page number 175, read

‘public grievances redress system’ as ‘public grievances redressal system’

78) On page number 176, read

‘It is reported that Egyptians’ as ‘It is reported that the Egyptians’

79) On page number 180, read

‘not just restricted to few public undertakings.’ As ‘not just restrict it to few public undertakings.’

80) On page number 181, read

‘cows or dogs be allowed to roam freely’ as ‘cows or dogs allowed to roam freely’

81) On page number 186, read

‘Introducing a faster redressal system’ as ‘Introduce a faster redressal system’

82) On page number 189, read

‘Lata Mangeshkar on the eve of the Chinese’ as ‘Lata Mangeshkar at the time of of the Chinese’

83) On page number 190, read

‘transmission like siphoning-off’ as ‘transmission as siphoning-off’

84) On page number 191, read

‘Vote-for-note’ as ‘Vote-for-Note’

85) On page number 193, read

‘with a clean as that enjoyed by the AAP’ as ‘with a clean image as then enjoyed by the AAP’

86) On page number 194, read

‘public anger had then was spiralling’ as ‘public anger then was spiralling’

87) On page number 194, read

‘Kiran Bedi and others were taking he Movement’ as ‘Kiran Bedi and others were taking the Movement’

88) On page number 195, read

‘military, misguided groups’ as ‘military, toppling of the government by misguided groups’

89) On page number 195, read

‘keep flee out of Ukraine’ as ‘keep, flee out of Ukraine’

90) On page number 195, read

‘public gathered in Ram Lila Maidan’ as ‘public gathered at Ram Lila Maidan’

91) On page number 195, read

‘stormed the Indian parliament’ as ‘stormed the Indian parliament building’

92) On page number 196, read

‘Fortunately, the corrupt’ as ‘Fortunately for the corrupt’

93) On page number 197, read

‘heterogeneously composed military led’ as ‘heterogeneously composed military-led’

94) On page number 197, read

‘Sikh body guards shot her dead’ as ‘Sikh body guards had shot her dead’

95) On page number 197, read

‘various Indian Sikhs dominated felt’ as ‘various Indian army units dominated by Sikhs felt’

96) On page number 198, read

‘Chaudhary Bansi Lal, the politically shred’ as ‘Chaudhary Bansi Lal, the politically shrewd’

97) On page number 199, read

‘Indian military see that, the crowd revolting’ as ‘Indian military see that the crowd revolting’

98) On page number 200, read

‘bloody public-security forces clash must’ as ‘bloody public-security forces clash which must’

99) On page number 200, read

‘existent political vacuum and leads the country into the Golden Era…!’ as ‘existent political vacuum; and leads the country into the Golden Era…!’

100) ‘ABOUT THE AUTHOR’ LAST BOOK-COVER:

Read ‘rather that’ as ‘rather than’, ‘majority of Indian’ as ‘majority of Indians’ and ‘presen shot’ as ‘present short’


NOTE: The March, 2014 First Edition paperback issue published for distribution in Indian subcontinent carries the above corrected mistakes. However, the soft copy of this Golden Book available on the internet, i.e., Amazon/Kindle is nearly free from these errors.

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