Ramachandra Guha on plurality of Indian 'cultures', and how a true patriot feels shame at their country's failure
'The ability to say my language, my religion, my nation is not perfect, and the desire to correct the failures and fault lines and oppressive features of your religion or your language or your tradition are vital to patriotism. A true patriot is someone who feels shame at the crimes that his or her country commits,' said Ramachandra Guha in his lecture ‘In Defense of India’s Pluralism’
Couch-potato patriotism found new fodder for sustenance. And it manifested itself in trolling the vice president.