Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Why do Marathas denied Hinduism?

Why do Marathas denied Hinduism?

Why do Marathas denied Hinduism?

The declaration of Shiv Dharma has caused lot of agitation in the country, particularly Maharashtra. Some theocrats say that Hindu religion is ancient and it was the religion of our ancestors. They want us to stay in Hinduism “after removing the obnoxious traditions and customs”. They say there is no need for a new religion. Religion is a system which makes human life happy and rich in contents. Any way of life that makes a human life happy, peaceful and prosperous can, therefore, be called a religion. Religion is the power that controls the passage of the human life. Religion directs a man in respect of his behaviour with other human beings. It also guides him in the matter of his conduct with relation to his own life.
What is Religion
The religion is a mirror of the thoughts, philosophy, festivals, art, literature, legends, customs, mutual relationship and beliefs of a particular society. It follows, therefore, as a natural corollary that any religion worth its name ought to be conducive to the development and happiness of the society.
There are many religions in the world as well as in India. The pertinent question here is whether our present religion stands true to the above tests of happiness, prosperity and peace. Should we not examine our present religion in this context? Should we not examine whether the religion which we are asked to be proud of is the religion of our making? Is it really the religion of our forefathers, as is alleged by some people? The task of seeking answers to these various questions is being done by the Maratha Seva Sang (MSS).
It is said the “majority religion” of the Indians is Hindu. If we are Hindu, have we been leading a life of peace, happiness and prosperity in the past centuries or now?
In fact, the very word Hindu is of a recent origin. It cannot be found in any “sacred” text of a period before 700 BC. Not only that. The priestly class does not tell us the exact meaning of the word Hindu. Its followers are divided into 6,500 castes and 75,000 subcastes. It is not explained why some of its sections have a feeling of superiority or inferiority against each other. Why different castes marry within the caste and why certain castes are denied entry into the Hindu temples.
The name of the founder of every other religion is known but not that of the Hindu. Why? The sacred book of every religion is open for study to all the followers of that religion but the sacred books like Vedas are not open to castes other than the Brahmin even today. Why? Every religion has an initiation ceremony for the new entrant or a new body e.g. sunnat in Islam, baptism in Christianity and diksha in others. How then upanayan (thread ceremony) is prohibited by the Hindu for the castes other than the Brahmin?
About 5,000 years ago, the Brahmin created a four-class social order. That order is called Chatur Varna. Excepting the Brahmin all other varnas have been insulted by this religion (in writings and practice).Even the Hindu king, Chhatrapati Shivaji, was refused coronation by the Brahmins
Shivaji’s descendant, Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj, was not allowed to chant vedic mantras. The reasonwas they were shudras and hence had no right to worship or be worshipped in vedic tradition. A very recent example is of Pandarinath Patil of Chikhali dt., Buldhana. He was insulted for chanting the mantra, Omkar. Even today, all Sankaracharyas are Brahmin by caste.
The Brahmin position in the Hindu religion is that of a superman. All its temple priests are Brahmin. All the rituals of a man’s life and even of the after-life can be carried out only by the Brahmin. The Brahmin regards himself as a god on the earth Ñ Bhoodevata
They act as a go-between of the god and the human being. He is, therefore, the sole recipient of donations made to god. Even the king must make sumptuous and frequent donations to the Brahmin. The begging Brahmin is called Madhukari while the same done by another person is a despicable act. The king’s power was always used by the Brahmins for their protection and prosperity. Even the present-day democracy (in India) has been converted into a theocracy or Brahminocracy by the Brahmins. That is how the Brahmin has tightened his grip on the political, financial, educational and media powers
In 3250 BC, the Aryans entered India and after a prolonged fight with the natives i.e. Sindhu people, reconciled into a peaceful living. However, very soon they assumed total control of the Indian society through the medium of religion by introducing the varna system. The vanquished Sindhu people (working class) were placed in the shudra varna i.e. the lowest class. This class was robbed of all the human rights like education, property and arms. During this period, the Vedas were produced. The Vedas fortified the Chatur Varna system replacing the original Sindhu religion of the Indian people.
However, this four-class system of exploitation of the Indians was further fortified by inventing the mechanism of the castes and subcaste system. The original glorious and prosperous Sindhu Sanskriti (the only one of C. 7000 BC) was destroyed and converted into the Vedic culture of the Aryans. The devices used were not the wars but far more dangerous like the beliefs of heaven and hell, sin and piety, re-birth, soul, god, moksha (escape from birth and death), customs, rituals, vedic origin, the smritis being seer’s words and various legends of the puranic nonsense.
These contraptions worked so well for the Aryans that the Bahujan Samaj became totally submerged in the Dev, Daiva vad (fatlaism), superstitions, rituals, yagna and daily worship
As a result, he became a mental and physical slave of the Brahmin. He started regarding the culture and religion of the enemy as his own, of his forefathers. Such a state continues even today. The life-style based on caste discrimination is the real basis of the Hinduism of today. It has been laid by the Aryan Brahmins to divide the strong Sindhu people’s society
As the Bahujan Samaj was denied education, property and arms by the cunning Brahmins, they became poor and helpless. They forgot their glorious culture of the Sindhu days. Poverty and non-education degraded the Bahujans so much that they readily accepted the fatalism and sins of the past life theory and also accepted the Brahmin as their saviour, their lord, their patron. The Brahmin propagated a sort of religious terror among the Bahujan and compelled the Bahujans to accept as gospel truth whatever he preached them. The ignorant Bahujan was cheated, looted and booted day in and day out from birth to death and even thereafter, by coercing him to do various penances, rituals and pujas through Brahmins. The Brahmin propagated that he was the bhoodev and any disobedience of his commands would bring god’s wrath on the Bahujan’s family, his entire lineage and also the religion. The Bahujan was gradually pushed into the hell of poverty and ignorance. Yet he regards Hinduism as his own religion and is prepared to lay his life in its defence. What a wonder.
The entire ritual-oriented lifestyle of the Hindu, from birth to death, is controlled by the Brahmin. Days of doing anything important are chosen by referring to the birth chart or the position of the stars, by the Brahmin. No where else in the world the people consult the horoscope. Yet the Westerners reached the moon, the Indians, on the contrary, are only longing for its darshan in the sky. All ceremonies of the Hindus are conducted by the Brahmins charging a fat fee ÑÊbe it a ceremony of putting the child in the cradle or a naming ceremony or a house warming ceremony or a post-death ceremony because the Brahmins assert that it is so dictated by the Hindu religious texts. For getting a child, various yagnas are performed at the cost of sacrificing the animals and at the cost of time and wealth of the Bahujan Samaj. The Brahmin makes sure that no time and money are left with the Bahujan to study, to contemplate and to research any subject
It is proved by scores of thinkers that Hinduism is not the religion of the Bahujans Ñ the original inhabitants of India. The Vedic religion belongs to the Aryan Brahmins. Hinduism, which should correctly be pronounced as Sindhuism, is the name adopted by the Aryans for their Vedic religion to deceive the Indian masses. It has all the tricks in it to cheat the Bahujan who is not even aware of the exploitation that goes on for millennia in its name.
The Maratha Seva Sangh and the Bahujans are, therefore, rejecting Hinduism. Through the Shiva Dharma, the Bahujans of India raised a banner of revolt against Hinduism on the Jan.12, 2005 throughout the country.
What will be the form of the new religion? Its principles? What change it proposes in the life of the Indian masses? What is the source of its inspiration? What will be the way of life of the Shiv Dharma are some questions that are to be answered in this brief article.
Shiv Dharma is not a new religion. Its declaration is in fact a rediscovery of our original Sindhu religion which was badly disfigured by the Brahmins by pasting upon its face many layers of vermilion. Shiv Dharma is nothing but a renaming of the old Sindhu religion and culture that existed in India i.e. the Sindhustan before the advent of the Aryans. The Jan.12 ceremony translates the desire of the entire Bahujan into a reality of regaining their lost Sindhu religion.
Indus Civilization was the most advanced and the forerunner of all world civilizations. That the makers of this civilization were the forefathers of today’s Bahujans has so many proofs. In the Sindhu, the people lived a high standard of material life and in total harmony. The period was the actual golden age of the humanity, not to speak of the Indian people.
If India is to regain that golden age and end the merciless exploitation of the Bahujans, then there is no alternative but to re-establish the Shiv Dharma
We are going to re-establish our original culture with new vigour and new awareness. The manifestation of the original “Sindhu culture” is called Shiv Dharma.
As things stand today, it appears the Brahmins have succeeded in destroying the originality of the Bahujan and transplanting the Vedic religion on our brains. We declare today that we are the masters of this land, we are the original residents of this land. (Not only that. We are also the forefathers of the human kind). In fact, we should have been proud of our ancient heritage, our forefathers, their achievements in this country and abroad but the Hindu religion taught us to be proud of our enemy’s achievements
We are going to throw out the slave’s pride planted in our mind by the Brahmin Dharma. By reviving the Shiv Dharma, we are going to restore the pride of place to our ancient agriculture, restore the pride due to our past heroes, study once again the literature of our thinkers and seek inspiration for nation-building from the Bahujan luminaries.
————————————————————— Freedom is a pre-condition for the development of man. If a man is provided with all the luxuries of life but denied the freedom of thought and action, his life becomes meaningless. In this context the example of Ireland is worth noting. In 1914, the Protestant leader, Edward Karson, was asked by his fellow countryman, Catholic leader Redmond:
Why don’t you give your assent to the unification of Ireland? We can give you whatever concessions you ask for.
Karson retorted:
To hell with your concessions. We simply don’t want your rule over Ireland.
Similarly some people tell us:
There is no need to leave Hinduism. One can live in Hinduism after undertaking reforms that are needed
But the question here is fundamental: Why should one live in a religion which is not of his or his forefather’s making? Why should one live in the religion which has for centuries been enslaving them, denying even humane living, and denying the most primary rights? Why should we follow the culture of our enemies? Our forefathers have done so under duress and ignorance but we are going to kick this religion out and live with self-respect.
We are going to use our brains hereafter. We are not going to be tools in our enemies hands. We are not going to bow before the aliens. In short, Shiv Dharma rejects the alien-led Hinduism and adopts the true religion of our forefathers. That Shiv Dharma is a movement of liberation of the Bahujan religiously, financially and intellectually, has to be understood coolly by the Bahujans
Freedom, equality, brotherhood and justice are the main principles of Shiv Dharma. In this, man is the centre and whatever comes in its way ÑÊBrahminism Ñ has to be eliminated completely. We want a society based on scientific thought, a society which is self-reliant and free in all the matters of life. Shiva Dharma will eliminate all the rituals, customs, superstitions, gods, fatalism and all those instruments of exploitation of the Bahujans by the priestly class. Shiv Dharma will not be dogmatic but open to new thoughts and changes that the future would warrant. Shiv Dharma is for democracy and against dictatorship. Its goal would be equal opportunities to all and equal justices to all. It believes in self-emancipation i.e. non-reliance on any supernatural or external power for the progress and well being of the man
The motive power behind the Shiv Dharma will be our oldest culture i.e. the Sindhu culture. That culture was matriarchal. Just as the woman of that age invented the practice of agriculture, Jijabai prepared her son Shivaji for the overthrowing of the Brahminical order and releasing the Bahujan from their tyranny. It was a result of the grooming by his mother that Shivaji could create a welfare raj for the masses, free from the Brahmin-domination. In her husband’s absence, she managed the Pune jahagir like a well-bred regent. She was an idol of sacrifice, martial courage, statesmanship, ambition, self-respect and ethical behaviour. That is why Shiv Dharma accepts her as a source of inspiration and not as an idol to be worshipped and forgotten. In Shiv Dharma, contrary to Hinduism, woman will not only be given her rightful place in all the departments of the life but also paid reverence, being the mother of the mankind
Under the Shiv Dharma, identity of the Bahujan will be as a Shiv Dharmee alone. No other distinction like caste or varna will be allowed or practiced. In Shiv Dharma, the votaries will be an example of brotherhood and cooperation. The Shiv Dharmee will have his own head on his shoulders and not that of the Brahmin as it happens today in Hinduism. He will be a builder of a new society and a prosperous as well as a strong nation
Shiv Dharma rejects all the rituals and the celebrations of Hinduism. In its place, Shiv Dharma will celebrate the birth days and mourn the deaths of those great men of the Bahujan who practised rational and scientific mode of living. In that category are included Shankasur, Hiranyakshapu, Narkasur, King Bali, Charvak, Gautam Budha, Mahavir, Samrat Ashok, Saint Kabir, Saint Ravidas, Saint Goroba and Saints Namdeo, Basweswar, Sena Maharaj, Narhari, Tukaram, Rashtra Mata Jijau, Shivray, Sambhaji, Jyoti Rao Phule, Savitribai Fule, Fatimabi, Shahu Maharaj, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, Gadge Baba, Tukadoji, Anna Bhau Sathe, Dr. Punjabrao Deshmuk and many others from other states. All these great men worked for the upliftment of the Bahujan. The main test of these celebrations/observances will be to avoid all such events that exploit the feelings of the gullible masses and insult our ancestors at our own hands
Without a system of thoughts i.e. philosophy, no society can make a progress, however, primitive that philosophy may be. But that philosophy has to be one for joining the society and has to be elastic so as to accommodate the changing needs. In India, we have Brahminism, gandhism, marxism and bahujanvad.
The first three systems are designed to strengthen the Brahminical order. However, the Bahujanvad has always been of scientific temper and an instrument of uniting the masses. Bahujanvad comprises the teachings of Charvak, Budha, Mahavir, Kabir, Tukaram, Jotiba Fule, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, Periyar E.V. Ramaswami and a host of others. This stream of thoughts rejects Brahminism or exploitation and welcomes scientific social order. It rejects god, fatalism, ritualism, temples, superstitions, ved, smriti and puranas
There is a natural anxiety about Shiv Dharma in the minds of other religionists. They welcome the Bahujans kicking the buttocks of Brahminism but at the same time wonder why he is not joining their religion. In this matter what is important is to get out of the Brahmin’s slavery and the Bahujan is doing exactly the same by rediscovering his millennia-old Sindhu Dharma i.e. Shiv Dharma. Shiv Dharma will have cordial relations with other religions. It will have amicable relations even with those of our brethren who are still in the Hindu religion. Shiv Dharma will not do any harm to the other religions
The Maratha Bahujan who was acting as an armour of Hinduism will no longer do it henceforth. The people, our brothers, of the other religions have to recognize this fact
Democracy is based upon freedom, fraternity, equality and justice. It is a political system i.e. a system of power sharing. On the contrary, Brahminism is a social order of inequality of castes and varnas
Shiv Dharma proposes to change this social structure and make it compatible with the ethos of democracy. Like democracy, Shiv Dharma also swears by freedom, fraternity, equality and justice. Shiv Dharma aims at a templeless, a casteless and a priestless society of egalitarian members. It will strengthen Indian democracy. It fully abides by the Indian Constitution
In other words, though named as religion Shiv Dharma is a democratic social order. Until such time as the commonest of the common man transcends the idea of god, the word religion has to be used. Brahminism has played havoc with the mind of the Bahujan Samaj over the centuries.
Though Shiv Dharma is against ritualism, a few occasions of life like the birth and the death will have to be exempted from this strict canon. But all the things in this connection will be done by the Shiv Dharmee himself or by another Shiv Dharmee. No discrimination will be practiced by a Shiv Dharmee on the basis of caste, gender, province, language or religion. The Shiv Dharmee will be bound by oath to protect, practice and revere the constitution of the Indian republic
The Shiv Dharmee will declare on oath that he has renounced Hinduism, and that Hinduism is not the religion of his forefathers. He will have to declare that he would not practice magic-remedies, offer anything before any idol or undertake any homa or yagna
Having got rid of the Brahmins, the Bahujan Samaj will be the lord of their land and lives. Shiv Dharma will not be forced upon anybody. Yet excepting the Brahmins, everybody is welcome into the fold of the Shiv Dharma. The management and regulation of the Shiv Dharma will vest in the hands of the parliament of the Shiv Dharmees.
-This is a speech of shiv.Purushottam Khedekar.

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  1. नमस्ते मुझे आपका ब्लॉग पढके कुशी हुई! अछा लगा की आप समाज का उद्धार करने का संकल्प रखते हैं|
    Your question:It is said the “majority religion” of the Indians is Hindu. If we are Hindu, have we been leading a life of peace, happiness and prosperity in the past centuries or now?
    Answer: Majority of Indians have not been happy and prosperous in the last few centuries especially after Mugal invasion of our country. Suffering of people of India increased many folds with the Zamindari system of British so do not blame Hinduism for what British's Zamindari system.

  2. Your question: The very word Hindu is of a recent origin. It cannot be found in any “sacred” text of a period before 700 BC. Not only that. The priestly class does not tell us the exact meaning of the word Hindu.
    Answer: Around 1000 AD Mugal's coming from Afganistan had "Indu" on their way to India and they called Indians as "Indu" which became "Hindu" over a period time, Chinese still call Indians as "Yindu" (like Kolkatta became Calcutta during British rule).

    Your question: Its followers are divided into 6,500 castes and 75,000 subcastes
    Answer: In the basic tenets of Santan Dharam we were to be philanthropic, sacrifice for people (ज्ञान त्याग दान) but now a days most people are selfish and work for themselves. The word "caste" was first used by British to divide and rule the Indians(the word "caste" was first used in 16'th century and it has nothing to do with Indian system) but our country is thousands of years old. There were no castes and sub-castes before the British came to India.

  3. There are four sources of power which are knowledge, weapons, money and land.If a person has all these sources of power then there is a good chance that the person will misrule like the way it happens in today's politics and we see that the country is in chaos. Sanatan Dharm had four varna's and it was by profession (not by birth), Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shudra so everybody was free to follow any varna (like we can become Doctors or Engineers or Businessman by profession today, we do not become Engineer or Doctor by birth, it has to be acquired).

    1. Brahman could make only policies, he did not have weapons or money or land and he would lead a very simple life, he contributed to society by sharing knowledge.
    Examples of Brahman would be Chanakya, Dr Amdekar, Baba Ramdev, Dr Subramanian Swamy.
    2. Kshatriya only had weapons and he did not make policies, own money or land, he contributed society by protecting them.
    Examples of Kshatriya would be Chandra Gupta, Shivaji Maharaj, Maharaja Rana Pratap and today it would be all Indian Army.
    3. Vaishya did business or have money and he did not have weapons or land and he could not make policies, he contributed to society by donations.
    4. Shudra had land, he did not have policy making power, no weapons and no money. He contributed to society by farming and producing grains for the people.

    Varna system made sure that one person did not have all the power. In today's politics we see that a person has weapons, has money, has land and makes policies which are helpful to him only and leads to corruption and no contribution to society. Vyasa Rishi was a son of fisher woman and he became one of the greatest Brahmin's, Valmiki was a hunter and he came a rishi and wrote Ramayana, Parasuram was Brahman but he adopted Kshatriya Dharma to wipe out mis-rule of the kings at his time, so varna system is by profession nothing by birth. So caste/subcaste is not related to Sanatan Dharam, British system and few selfish individuals in India attached varna to birth and Indians lost direction. In my honest opinion if we want to reform Indian society the best way would be remove "caste by brith" system.

  4. Your question: The name of the founder of every other religion is known but not that of the Hindu. Why?
    Answer: Hinduism was not founded by a person, it is knowledge rishis and good people in society which became a way of living over a period of millenia and this knowledge has been saved in vedas, smritis, purnas etc the way we store information in Computers today. Islam and Christianity follow prophet and essentially makes them believe that what one prophet taught is the only truth and hence more chance of fundamentalism which we see in the form of "Islamic terrorism". Sanatan Dharam/ Hinduism has many guru's who share knowledge and they say all path leads to God hence there is no scope of fundamentalism in Santan Dharam. Hinduism accepts atheist's also because then it believes that atheists are driven by their good deeds.

    Your question: The sacred book of every religion is open for study to all the followers of that religion but the sacred books like Vedas are not open to castes other than the Brahmin even today. Why?
    Answer: Your observation is incorrect, vedas and other texts are taught to ALL in centers like Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham, Chinmaya Mission etc (please see the link and further inquiries can be made), they specifically say "Spiritual seekers, regardless of their upbringing and faith".

  5. Your question: About 5,000 years ago, the Brahmin created a four-class social order.
    Answer: Your observation is incorrect, as we know that Lord Ram was a Kshatriya because he chose to protect people , Pandavas of Mahabhartha were Kshatriya's because they chose to protect people , King Chandra Gupta (around 300 BC) was a shepherd and he became a kshatriya under the guidance of Chanakya, in 1300 AD Hari Hari raya and Bukka Raya who were shepherds became kings.

    Your question: Excepting the Brahmin all other varnas have been insulted by this religion (in writings and practice)..
    Answer: Your observation is incorrect, all Hindus respect lord Rama(he was a Kshatriya), all Hindu's respect and read the veda's written by the great rishi's Vyasa who was a fisherwoman's son and Valmiki who was a hunter.

    Your question: Even the Hindu king, Chhatrapati Shivaji, was refused coronation by the Brahmins. Shivaji’s descendant, Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj, was not allowed to chant vedic mantras. The reasonwas they were shudras and hence had no right to worship or be worshipped in vedic tradition. A very recent example is of Pandarinath Patil of Chikhali dt., Buldhana. He was insulted for chanting the mantra, Omkar.
    Answer: If this is correct then a few selfish individuals of that time acted incorrect (I call them individuals not Brahmin's because in a Brahmin's view all people are same). Sankaracharya of Srigenri was instrumental in making Hari Hara Raya and Bukka Raya as kings of Vijaynagaram empire who defeated the Mughals in 13'th century. Do you know Hari Hara Raya and Bukka Raya were Shepherds? Do you know Chanakya made Chandra Gupta the Chakravarthy of India? Chandra Gupta was also a shepherd.

  6. Your question: It has been laid by the Aryan Brahmins to divide the strong Sindhu people’s society
    Answer: Please update your knowledge, Aryan- Dravidian theory has been proved to be wrong by new scientific and genetic studies conducted by CCMB Hyderabad. We all Indians belong to the same genetic structure. Aryna Dravidian theory was introduced by British to divide and rule. Please see links,

    Answer: Your observation is incorrect, Hinduism says "Sarvey Jana Sukhino bavantu".

    Your question: The ignorant Bahujan was cheated, looted and booted day in and day out from birth to death and even thereafter, by coercing him to do various penances, rituals and pujas through Brahmins.
    Answer: A Raja, Madhu Khoda, Mayawati are involved in corruption, are we saying that "Dalits" are cheating, looting all Indians?? Few selfish individuals have always existed in society and we can not let them divide people.

    In 1947 when British were leaving India they asked Jinnah if he wanted a separate nation for Muslims then Jinnah readily agreed and Pakistan was created. British asked Dr Ambedkar if he wanted a separate nation of Dalits then Baba Saheb said no and another partition of India was avoided. We need people like Dr Ambedkar who can unite people, India has suffered a lot because of British "divide and rule policies" and we do not want to divide ourselves more.

    We need people like Chankya, Shivaji Maharaj, Dr Ambedkar, Jai Prakash narayan and Dr Subramanian Swamy who work towards uniting people of India and making India a strong country.

    Please post your questions and I will try to answer them, as I dream of all Indians united under one umbrella.

    Thank you,

  7. मेरा आप से नम्र निवेदन है की आप भारत का सही इतिहास जान ने की कोशिश करें न की अंग्रेजो द्वारा प्रदूषित करी हुई इतिहास! भारत के सही इतिहास मे आपको इतना मनो बल मिलेगा की आप भारत माँ की सच्चे लाल बन जाओगे ठीक वीर शिवाजी महाराज की तरह!

  8. चाणक्य ने ३०० BC में कहा था भारत विभिन जनपदों मे बटा हुआ है मगर एक ही संस्कृति हमें जोड़ के रखती हैं!

  9. Dear Sambhaji Brigade:

    Agree that there was injustice made by Brahmins on other castes for many years. But now we have democracy. It is not monarchy. Brahmins can't rule as they are only 4% in India. Power will always remain in people who are majority. Look in just 60 years after independence, how many Bahujans are heros in all walks of life Cinema, Music, Art, Drama, Singing, Dancing, Science, Technology, Bureaucracy, Politics and any other field. Agree path was rough. Credit goes to Mahatma Phule, Rajarshi Shahu, Dr. Ambedkar (who gave us freedom by law), Indira Gandhi (demolished Jahagirdari), and many others. Today, we can't say Brahmins are superior by any account. You have freedom of not inviting Brahmins for rituals or not beleive in God or critic religions. Do you dare to critic today's radical Islam? Ok, we are friends of moderate Muslims but what about people who call themselves as Islam's scholars are teaching hatred, Dr. Zakir Naik of Mumbai. Read about him and listen to his lectures. Why do you always see Brahmins are behind every problem? Forget about defending Hinduism against Zakir Naik, why not you critic his opinions and challenge radical Islam. Why you don't ask moderate Muslim their views on Zakir Naik? Are you blind to see where these folks have taken entire world to? Merciless killing of women and children in every country.

    He is medical doctor from Mumbai, Dr. Zakir Naik. He thinks has won debate against Shree Shree Ravi Shankar and other Christin scholars. There are lots of Muslim scholars who condemned his views and declared fatwa against him. He runs Peace TV from Dubai which is watched in 150 countries by thousands of people. He glorifies Islam and demeans other religions, Hinduism and Christianity.

    Some of his views are as follows:
    1. Only Allah is god and all Hindus should worship Allah. Vedas say there is only one god and that is Allah.
    2. If Osama is fighting against America and called terrorists. Then all Muslims should become terrorists.
    3. Muslim should be allowed to build Mosques and worship in non-Muslim countries. But non-Muslims are not allowed to build temples/churches in Muslim countries. Because non-Muslims are on wrong path.
    4. If Muslim converts to other religion then he should not critic Islam else should be killed.

    I myself am not religious person and more inclined towards atheism. But the problem doesn't solve by we all being tolerant and secular. Radical Islam is on rampant and creating hatred amongst Muslim youths. How do we fight this radical Islam? I am concerned that how come Maharashtra government has not taken any action against him. Hindus may be divided on the name of caste but this is national threat. We are secular only if we are secure.

  10. There are few errors. Indus Valley Civilization existed 3300-1300 BCE. It was at its mature period between 2600-1900 BCE. It started declining around 1800 BCE and most of the cities were abandoned around 1700 BCE. The ruins indicate that it was Dravidian or Jainism culture (Swastik and Shiva). Though Aryan-Invasion Theory is proved invalid, Aryan migration might have happened at the time of decline of IVC. Otherwise how come Vedic religion have no trace in IVC. Aryans must have come from different place. Therefore, Dravidians must have moved all the way to South. Some might have went to Baluchistan (Pakistan). The Braui people in Baluchistan speak Dravidian language. Is that mere coincidence? Interestingly Dravidian culture in South dates backs as far as 3000 BCE. This somewhat solves puzzle. But interestingly why there are no traces of Dravidian languages in North/West/East India? Moreover if IVC at its peak during 2600-1900 BCE and at the same time Dravidians were present in South, then how come IVC is part of Dravidian culture? Therefore, it is quite debatable issue whether IVC is Dravidian or Aryan? Vedic period sets to be 1700-320 BCE which is during IVC decline. Description of Vedas matches to North India. More archaeological and genetic studies are necessary. I personally believe that IVC followed Jainism. Swastik, Rishabh (which was made Shiva later by Brahmins)Statue at IVC are more strong proofs that it was Jainism. It complicates more as 12000 year (some say 32000 year old) old artifacts are found near Dwaraka, evidence that Dwaraka did exist.

  11. interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you

    Pujas - Vedic Folks

  12. ata sarva hinduni manjech maratha sodun baki sarvani rajkiy drasthya ek houn sarva marath aumedvaranch aparabhav karava .





    Khedekar and Zahid Hamid speak same thing

  16. Jar tumcha brahmanvad la virodh ahe tar tumhi hindu deva baddal apmanaspad ka bolta?
    tumhi brahmanvad virodhi ahat amche kahi mhanane nahi pan tumhi hindu na virodh ka kartay?

  17. Tumhi brahmanvad va hindu na virodh kar tyana shivya ghalta te sarv kahi Shivaji va Sambhaji yancha nav vaprun.
    jya Sabmhajincha khun muslim rajanni kela tya muslimabaddal tumchya mant yevada sneh, sanman va aadar kasa kay????

    ya mage tumche kahi swarth tar nahi na??????

  18. Brahmins have been cheating people longer than anyone else. Being a brahmin is the worst thing in the world – worse than a prostitute. A prostitute at least gives something in return; but brahmin only gives back hot air. He has nothing to give back.

  19. One should read Osho's thoughts on Brahmanism-"Brahmins have always been showing off that their sacred books (Vedas) came from God. This thinking is foolish. Just take a look in those books, you will not see God’s signature (authentic seal) there anywhere." "Scriptures are a human creation, the concept of God is a human creation and temples and churches are human creations. But thousands years of believing and accepting them like that, as a part of general belief system, have turned these things into sacred and noble. There is nothing sacred about them and nothing noble about them."

  20. The basic false belief (superstition) on which Brahmanism (Vedism) is based is Sacerdotalism. A belief that priests (Purohit, Brahmin) can act as mediators between human beings and God is called as sacerdotalism. Because of this wrong belief, Brahmins got high socio-economic status and they monopolised society.

  21. The ancestors of Vedic brahmins known as Aryans had their origin in Arctic region, near north pole. It is proved in the book 'Arctic home in the Vedas' by Lokmanya Tilak. So Vedic Brahminism is not indigenous to India. Also their language Sanskrit is not indigenous as it resembles European languages like Celtic, Nordic etc.

  22. "Brahminism is nothing but a crafty profession under the guise of religion and has knack of appearing under false pretences. It is gross and sexual, and yet appears to be refined and spiritual. It is vicious and crooked and yet pretends to be moral; worldly and yet seems to be religious. Such a system should be destroyed ruthlessly for the very spirit of Brahminism is inimical to the good of humanity. It represents a feudal form of capitalism and exploits the wealth of the rich under the form of Dakshina which is the life force of Brahminism." — R D Karve, Reason, Oct 1932