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If I had a time machine to travel back in time and change something in the history of India, what would it be?
Yes, it’s a hypothetical question, a thinking project and it’s probably not of much use now. But a retrospect of the past might help us in building a better future. Unfortuately, the remnants of these continue to this day.
I took this question to many around me, in different age group, gender and who live in the present world. This was some of their thoughts. Adding on my own comments too to the list.
If I could change something, it would be
And last but not the least, a dear friend gave me the answer as
Please comment below on this blog if any other changes you could think of, that would have positively mattered to our country.
Disclaimer: This blog is meant for healthy discussion, not for judging others. I guarantee that your comments will not be judged, and likewise, please don’t judge mine too.
Earlier Published in Author’s Blog.
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Manju Nambiar hails from the southern state of Kerala, India. A computer engineer by profession,
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