INDIAN INDEPENDENCE 2.0 Exorcising the Ghost of Babar from Ayodhya is a Civilisational Shift
India gained its independence in 1947 through a transfer of power from the British. The transfer of power was unique in the sense that the British conveniently secured their strategic interests by dividing the country into Muslim and non-Muslim, and the only bloodshed that occurred was within Indians themselves, and not within Indian and the British.
Pakistan was born out of a sense of insecurity among its power elites who feared losing their lands and power in the promised land reforms in the new India, and a Muslim clergy with a deep inferiority complex vis-a-vis an incredibly rich philosophy of the ancient Bharatavarsha. It soon became obvious when the new country not only failed to write a Constitution for itself, but also lost its independence to its Military