The current debate on "Indians great, greater, greatest" is very symbolic one. I say symbolic because the present set up of politico-economics is such that the media is able to figure out clearly where they can reap maximum masses trap in to it. All for that shame sake, Nothing else.
However, what attracted me in the long article by Ramachandra Guha in today's The Hindu is the following line. Perhaps a happy line.
"Nehru, on the other hand, is a figure of disinterest and derision in India today,"