Nehru’s Reincarnation

Hindus believe in reincarnation. The soul is immortal. It merely keeps changing bodies. When we die, it is not the end of the story. We are sent back on earth to repay our Karmic debts. In whose womb we are put by the powers that be depends on what kind of actions did we do in the previous life. 

Ever wondered what happened to Nehru after he died? Where was he reborn? Read the following to solve the mystery. (Woof! Woof!)

Prabhupada And Nehru’s Incarnation
    
The incident that we are going to recount took place in mid-sixties. It took place soon after Nehru’s death when Prabhupada was still alive. I was then working in an office in downtown Broadway in New York City, not too far from Brooklyn. The Truth Detector (09-21-05)

There at Brooklyn, in Henry Street, Prabhupada used to preach in a small house, which served, at the time, as some kind of a head-quarters of the Hare Krishna people. I used to go and attend their services, now and then, mostly after office and before returning to my apartment in Flushing, Queens.
Prabhupada, whenever he visited New York at the time, put up there and his sermons were attended in the evenings by a big crowd. Not only were there the usual chantings and eventual prasadam but there was a serious question and answer period. And the subjects varied from Varnashram Dharma to Reincarnation and many other similar topics. They were naturally of great interest to the local boys and girls, men and women of America but for us Hindus of India too, the question & answer period was of extreme interest and enlightenment. Those who have had the good fortune of hearing, first hand, Prabhupada’s sermons could easily imagine how charged the discussions were.

Nehru had died only a few weeks ago in India. Ashes from his funeral pyre had been strewn from airplanes, all over India. Every-where in India, the dead man’s eulogy was being sung and this was the man who was at the root of India’s unpreparedness when China attacked, the Kashmir imbroglio, the minority (or Mohammedan) problems in India and so on. It was amazing that many of the American disciples of Prabhupada were better informed of problems in India, generated by Nehru and his incompetence. However, the man had died only recently and out of a sense of propriety, no one spoke ill of Nehru in that congregation at the time.

Then a youngman asked Prabhupada a question on re-imcarnation. Was it true that most dead were reborn and passed through the cycle of life and death once again, except those few good men who attained nirvaana and were not born again but blended with Brahman or the Almighty? If so, could Prabhupada (who was considered to be a reincarnation of the sage Vyasa, the writer of the Mahabharatam) throw some light on the current status of Nehru. Did he obtain nirvaana or was he reborn; if so what kind of a body did he receive on his next birth?

The question was a loaded one, I thought. In fact, I had the misgiving that Prabhupada might refuse to answer. But then, I was wrong. I had not yet known Prabhupada so well. He was undaunted by any question and his reply came forth instantly. Quite clearly Prabhupada knew Nehru like the palm of his hand; it was us who knew so little of the man, thanks to all the well executed suppression of details of Nehru’s private and personal life by the GoI and the Indian media. For instance, even today, some half a century after Nehru and his family took over the reins of Indian government, we do not know who indeed was Indira’s father-in-law!

Prabhupada started his discourse. He said that Nehru was re-born almost immediately after his death, a thing that happens only to the most sinful people. He did not even have a short-lived taste of heaven before he was born again. What was worse, is that Nehru was born this time in the form of a dog. He was a dog in a small town of Sweden. His master had another dog before the dog-Nehru was acquired by him and so the dog-Nehru had to share the love of his master with another dog.

Prabhupada explained that to be born as a dog, after having been born as a Kashmiri Brahmin in India, is a big fall. It indicated that Nehru had led a vile life, a very vile life, during his existence as a man in India. Also, Nehru’s hatred for anything vaishnava did not make things any easier for him.

That Nehru was a meat-eater, specially beef-eater, a regular wine-drinker, made things even worse for him. On top of that, Nehru was (a fact which we did not know then and learnt later, much later, only after having read M.O. Mathai’s treatises on Nehru; Mathai should know for he was the Catholic private secretary for Nehru for a decade or so) a notorious womanizer. It was not only Mrs. Mountbatten that he slept with on a regular basis while our jawans were dying on battle fields in the north-east and in Kashmir; he used to sleep with each and every woman he could lay his hands on. Thus, he had left a chain of bastards one of whom had been delivered in a Catholic nunnery in Bangalore. In the mean time, his sidekick, one Krishna Menon, became the Minister of Defense. First thing he did was dismantle the Ichhapore Gun Factory and turned it into a coffee making machine factory. He was a communist and he loved the Chinese more than he loved Indians.

Prabhupada was quite discreet; we know now, for he did not divulge to us at the time that Nehru finally died of syphilis (exactly like the communist leader Lenin of Russia) and not a bullet wound on the battle front. Prabhupada, however, told us in detail all the harms Nehru did to the Hindus of India, all the insults that he had heaped on them during his reign.

Nehru used to brag of his non-Hindu upbringing. He used to say openly that he was brought up as a Mohammedan, educated as a westerner; it was only by accident that he was born a Hindu. It is now known that he was born in a house in the red-light district of Allahabad, where his father Motilal used to ply a brothel-keeper’s trade. No one wants to talk of this dark side of Nehru’s upbringing. On the other hand, it is said openly, wrongly of course, that he was born in the Anand Bhavan, which was not even owned by Moti Lal at the time Nehru was born.

However, the few little details that we learnt from Prabhupada opened our eyes and I returned home very depressed. I was even more depressed to think that our people in India were singing all kinds of fulsome obituaries for this man who was worse than a traitor to the Hindus, the overwhelming majority of India. What was wrong? The next few years showed us all that was wrong! His daughter, in order to create differences between the Hindus and the Sikhs, the fighting arm of the Hindus since generations, attacked the sacred temple at Hari-Mandir Sahib in Amritsar. She had to pay for the crime with her life and event-ually, as we have all seen, our gods saw to it that the dynasty was totally destroyed for the sins of Nehru, now a dog in Sweden! –

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  1. Incognito

    “..Hindus believe in reincarnation…. ”

    I have not come across the word ‘Hindu’ in our scriptures.
    As I understand, that word was used by Persians to refer to the people living beside the river Indus.
    So is ‘Hinduism’ not defined in any of our scriptures. My guess is that ‘Hinduism’ was coined by some Britisher.

    By accepting to label ourselves as Hindu we begin to travel in paths untrodden by our ancestors- the sages who travelled this earth before us- and thus break away from our anscestors and make of ourselves orphans.

    When we accept for ourselves a label that somebody else has given us, then we have to inevitably accept the definition they give us. And the definition they have chosen for us is definitely to suit them and in no way complementary to us. In their definition Sati, Child marriages, Caste oppression, bigotry, blind beliefs, superstitions, gender inequality, erotic sex, etc., are the customs that defines this ‘religion’ they call ‘Hinduism’.

    These customs, I do not find in our scriptures. What I find in our scriptures is everything opposite of what they have defined.

    That being so, are we not doing a great disservice to ourself and the future generations if we call ourself by that name?

    What I have come across in our scriptures is the sage calling himself as Brahma – ‘ Aham Brahmasmi’, after achieving realisation. ‘I am Brahma- the supreme universal power.’
    Which is the exact opposite of what the westerner defines his religion ‘ Hinduism’.

    The tendency to label and slot people is inherent in the western thought influenced by the church which views Bible/Quran as the sacrosanct word of God which implies that everything is pre-defined, labelled.

    People who follow Christianity, Islam, Communism etc., have to per force label themselves because it is done so by their Church/belief system. They also have definition for those who are non-followers- kafirs/ pagans/ capitalist etc. Independent thought has no place in such system.

    The thought system prevalent in India by contrast was very dynamic and self-regenerating. This thought process can never be understood by the majority of the westerner/christian/muslim/jew/communist.

    But that should not stop us from appreciating the wealth that we have.

    It is intellectually liberating to refuse labels pasted upon us by others to suit their needs.

    To the extent that it is deliberate insult to be called that name!

    If at all we need identity for communal purposes(its not such a bad word!*), let it be the identity of being Indian- a citizen of India.

    That the public consciousness accepts such labels indicates the extent to which the westerner occupies the intellectual landscape of our nation and the extent to which we have made ourselves Orphans- without ancestors!

    *communal
    –adjective 1. used or shared in common by everyone in a group: a communal jug of wine.
    2. of, by, or belonging to the people of a community; shared or participated in by the public: communal land;

    Building the playground was a communal project.
    3. pertaining to a commune or a community: communal life.

    • wonderful my dear friend. i myself have somewhat same views that of yours. i hope people of India can understand what there real ‘dharm’ is rather than following superstitious people and politicians playing communal card for vote banks (which unfortunately includes all political parties whether right-left parties or centrists).

      our true culture resides in spiritualism rather than communalism. India was a great country because of intellectuals like Krishn, buddh, Chanaky, Aryabhatt , swami vivekanand etc. who used proper reasoning and logic to their actions and words and not because of stupids who followed anything on the basis of emotions like fear,ego,jealousy. communalism is a by product of these 3 emotions ( fear, ego, jealousy).

  2. Bharat Nair

    “I have not come across the word ‘Hindu’ in our scriptures.”

    Pls name the scriptures you have come across

  3. Sanjay, The nehrus incarnation part seemed like nonsense to me. There are more important topics that you could post , which affects india and its people than posting something like this.

  4. saraf

    truth is never nonsense
    if you have an important topic please share…
    nehrus place in history is questionable…is an imp question

  5. borneveryday

    Am not talking about nehrus place in history…. Am talking about the sweden dog thing. You want me to believe that as truth??

    And for the important topics. How about these for a start:
    Caste System
    Dowry system
    Female infanticide
    Corruption
    Favoritism of a particular religion(read votebank)
    poverty
    hunger

    Well thats fora start. Do you feel some kind of incarnation stuff is more important than these?

  6. gajanan

    Reincarnation issue, not appropriate , but these issues below must be highlighted.

    1)There should be posting about Nirmala Venkatesh’s report on the pub brawl where she has rightly pointed out on no security being provided by the pub management.
    2) Then the attack on Taslima Nasreen which nobody bothered even, whereas the pub incident has been blown out of proportions.
    3) Decontrol of temples from govt is important , State or central. When other religions have autonomy ( or is it completely free of govt control?), why temples are under govt control.
    This issue must be dealt legally, as then playing fields of all religions then will be equal.
    4) The present Navin Chawla vs Gopalaswami episode require a write up, because Navin Chawla is a character from the Chandal Chowkdi of emergency , 1975.

    One feels this reincarnation issue , must take a back seat. Nehru did make mistakes like piecemeal budget for agriculture, even though he was alive during the 1943 famine of Bengal and other places in India, which was the root cause of collapse of agriculture in India and the genesis of slums in Calcutta ( Kolkata) , Mumbai and other cities. It took a Lal Bahadur Shastri with his slogan Jai Jawan Jai Kisan to usher in the green revolution. The green revolution had its drawbacks ( like land degradation) , but it was a success in many ways. Shastri also ushered in the White revolution in Anand Gujarat. Very short man, ruled for short period , but a wise man who knew Indian ethos and culture very well. He knew agriculture is a great cultural aspect of India.

    Once again , one feels that this issue of reincarnation is surely for time pass as they say
    in Mumbai , when sheng dana ( peanuts) is munched on long train journeys in locals to work.

  7. Bharat Nair

    looks like this “dog” thing has really irritated our sickularists.!!

  8. @Bharat Nair
    “looks like this “dog” thing has really irritated our sickularists.!!”

    Care to explain who you were intending as sickularists?

  9. sanjaychoudhry

    I published the article here not because of incarnation or rebirth but because of Swami Prabhupad’s views about Nehru.

    Swami Ji was the founder of the ISCKON movement. He is no small entity. I did not know that he held Nehru in such utter contempt and considered him as a villain in the story of the Hindus. Swami Jee was also surprised why Hindus were blindly singing songs in Nehru’s glory when he had gone out of his way to ensure their enslavement in modern India.

  10. borneveryday

    Ok. Fair enough, but the heading gave a different take on things, so the question.

  11. VVS Sarma

    Reincarnation and the law of Karma are the basic traits of India’s religions – Hindu, Buddhism and Jainism. Nehru’s indifference
    and disrespect to Hinduism are only too well-known and Prabhupada giving his view either speaks of his wish or his yogic perception. Either way it is fine. Not really different from birth of Jesus of a virgin. Rajyante narakam dhruvam, any ruler goes to hell after his birth looks true.

  12. Nam

    Excellent, excellent article. Kudos to the author.

    I am sure Nehru was born as the dog he was. Actually dogs are wonderful animals, so Nehru was lucky to have reincarnated as one, and that too in Sweden, where I am sure people treat their dogs well. Nehru deserves to be shamed for the damage that he is done to India, and first and the biggest anti-Indian.

    I definitely have zero respect for him, and his followers. Jai Hind!

  13. adhyatmic

    From a spiritual perspective it is a useful information. TRUTH is always BITTER.

  14. Anirudh Kumar Satsangi

    According to His Holiness Maharaj Sahab (1861-1907), the 3rd Spiritual Head of Radha Soami Faith, “during satyayuga,………..in consequence of their greater spirituality and of the high purity of their heart, had no difficulty in getting access at times into the astral planes and holding communion with the departed spirits.” (Source: Discourses on Radhasoami Faith). Greater Spirituality as mentioned above is linked to the size of pineal gland. In Satyauga pineal gland was highly developed but in Kaliyuga the pineal gland is a rudimentary (undeveloped) organ. This is downward evolution of humankind. We should ascertain the period taken from highly developed pineal gland to undeveloped pineal gland. This will determine the Age of Human Existence on this Earth Planet. Other arguments, as I think, will not help much.
    In Bhagavad-Gita Lord SriKrishna says to Arjuna:
    “I taught this immortal Yoga to Vivasvan (sun-god), Vivasvan conveyed it to Manu(his son), and Manu imparted it to (his son) Iksvaku. Thus transmitted to succession from father to son, Arjuna, this Yoga remained known to the Rajarisis (royal sages). It has however long since disappeared from this earth. The same ancient Yoga has this day been imparted to you by Me, because you are My devotee and friend, and also because this is a supreme secret”.
    At this Arjuna said: You are of recent origin while the birth of Vivasvan dates back to remote antiquity. How, then, I am to believe that you taught this Yoga at the beginning of creation? Lord SriKrishna said: Arjuna, you and I have passed through many births. I remember them all, you do not remember.
    1. Radha Soami Faith was founded by His Holiness Param Purush Puran Dhani Huzur Soamiji Maharaj on the prayer of His Holiness Huzur Maharaj who later on became second Spiritual Head of Radha Soami Faith. The prime object of the Radha Soami Faith is the emancipation of all Jeevas (Souls) i.e. to take the entire force of consciousness to its original abode. There is a tradition of succession of Gurus or Spiritual Adepts in Radha Soami Faith. I am one of them as is evident from the following facts or ….
    “My most Revered Guru of my previous life His Holiness Maharaj Sahab, 3rd Spiritual Head of Radhasoami Faith had revealed this secret to me during trance like state.
    HE told me, “Tum Sarkar Sahab Ho” (You are Sarkar Sahab). Sarkar Sahab was one of the most beloved disciple of His Holiness Maharj Sahab. Sarkar Sahab later on became Fourth Spiritual Head of Radhasoami Faith.
    Since I don’t have any direct realization of it so I can not claim the extent of its correctness. But it seems to be correct. During my previous birth I wanted to sing the song of ‘Infinite’ (Agam Geet yeh gawan chahoon tumhri mauj nihara, mauj hoi to satguru soami karoon supanth vichara) but I could not do so then since I had to leave the mortal frame at a very early age. But through the unbounded Grace and Mercy of my most Revered Guru that desire of my past birth is being fulfilled now.”

    • JGN

      Anirudh Kumar Satsangi, pl stop spreading superstitions. There is no soul, no rebirth and absolutely no last day of judgement. Death is THE end. Nothing survives death. Are you afraid of this thought?

  15. Amit

    I was expecting more like a shit worm or some vermin. A dog still has a lot of honor intact, lucky Nehru.

  16. Dear Sir,
    Let Nehru be born a dog or any worm, it does not matter.What matters is that our great nation has undergone irreversible damage.Also how many nehrus are now destroying our country is the main concern.We have to think of putting an end to their dynasty as this cannot continue.
    Awake!!! our fellow Indians.Lets do something.
    Regards,
    kishore.

    • Shree Parashuram kalki

      Saturn teaching all, he teach and thrown out British from India when Saturn was in Cancer, the Lagna of Nehru. Indira Gandhi became very powerful when Saturn transit over her Lagna Cancer and Saturn transit over her natal Saturn resulted in emergency; in 2004 Saturn transit over Sonia Gandhi’s Lagna and her natal Saturn at Cancer resulted in her Supreme PM of India.
      My Saturn sookshma Moon antara, Mon bhukti in Jupiter dasha period on 27th May 1964 and Death of Nehru took place. In my Saturn sookshma in Venus antara, Rahu bhukti of Saturn dasha Indira Gandhi was assassinated. Saturn sookshma in Mercury antara Ketu bhukti and Mercury dasha Rajiv Gandhi killed by human bomb.
      Transit of Saturn over Lagna of Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi made them powerful. In My Saturn Sookshma period Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi dead.
      This is Saturn teaching us many things.

  17. JGN

    Prabhupada’s answer only shows that he was not such a great personality as some people want us to believe. He did not get rid of hatred for fellow humanbeings. We cannot judge historical events from today’s perspective. Though I am not a great fan of the nasty dynasty, I know very well that Nehru only had good intentions for the Country. More he was an agnostic and did not believe in the dogmas of any religion.

    Did the Swamy tell his chelas what would happen to those who are waiting for some “Last Day of Judgement”? Will they take rebirth as dogs, cats, donkeys, pigs, etc or their souls will be suspended in the air till last day of judgement?

  18. Bharat

    “Nehru only had good intentions for the Country. More he was an agnostic and did not believe in the dogmas of any religion.”
    JGN ji,
    You are stating your ” beliefs” of your ‘deity’.

    Please read http://www.journalofastrology.com/article.php?article_id=216%3E

    “The myth of Jawaharlal Nehru being anti-astrology would have persisted if in a major paper on astrology, the following had not appeared. It was the year 1983 and an astrological conference at Bangalore where in a major paper of mine containing tabulated predictions, given in advance, the prefatory remarks were Letter No.74 From Jawaharlal Nehru Ahmadnagar Fort To Krishna Hutheesing-20 Carmichael Road, Bombay 29.8.1944 :

    ” In my letter to Indu I suggested to her to ask you to get a proper horoscope made by competent person. Such permanent record of the date and the time of birth are desirable. As for the time, I suppose the proper solar time should be mentioned and not the artificial time which is being used outside now. War time is at least an hour ahead of the normal time” (Nehru’s letters to his sister-edited with an introduction by Krishna Hutheesing-Faber and Faber,24 Russel Square, London).

    I then added the following comment.”Surprisingly this portion has been omitted by the editor of the letters of Pandit Nehru published by the Publications Division
    of Government of India, perhaps in his overanxiety to preserve the “secular” image of Pandit Nehru. The editor exercised his selective judgment in a way as will distort some facets of the personality of Nehru”

    The battle had begun between the “progressive and secular” writers of Indian history and astrologers with this paper of mine. The salutary effect of this was that when Volume 13 of Nehru’s letters were published, the following letter to Indira Gandhi contained the following additional information.

    “Betty no doubt will take necessary steps to have a ‘Janmapatri” ( Hindi) made. This should be done for that is our traditional way to record the exact date and time of birth, the date according to Samvat Calendar, as far as I can make it out is Bhadrapad 2-Samvat 2001, or put it differently second day of the bright half of the Moon in the month of Bhadra Samvat 2001. Betty writes time of birth was 8.11 a.m. But what time? The time observed now is war time which is at least one hour ahead of normal time, possibly more. It is thus the artificial time and not the real time, according to which Moon should be when Sun is highest in the heaven…… Letter No.77

    S.Gopal, the editor of Nehru’s letters got a clear warning that if he suppressed relevant and authentic material from Nehru papers which showed that Kashmiri Brahmin’s belief in astrology, he would be dragged to court besides being exposed. So he came with another letter this time which Nehru wrote to his daughter Indira Gandhi after the birth of her first son, Rajiv Gandhi.It was thus, from December 1983 that the myth of Nehru’s anti astrology image of exploded.

    Some of us in Lucknow had read in the Pioneer (of Lucknow) in the fifties an explosive attack by Sampurnand, a former chief minister of U.P. and later, governor of Rajasthan, on Nehru and astrology. He said that Nehru had written to Malviyas in Varanasi to get the horoscope of his grand son Rajiv Gandhi prepared. Since there was some delay, Nehru had become impatient and irritable in the tone of letter he had written. If Nehru did not believe in astrology why did he insist on having a horoscope prepared for his grandson was the question Sampurnananda raised and it never was answered.”

  19. JGN

    Bharat, I am not a great fan of J.L.Nehru but criticism has to be constructive, that too when we are talking about a person who is no more. It is quite possible that Nehru believed in Astrology as some part of our early conditioning remains ingrained in us throughout our life.

    I do not believe in astrology but I still have the Horoscope got prepared by my parents and even the matching of horoscope was done at the time of my marriage (though at the insistence of the girl’s parents)!!!

    Another point is Nehru wanted his ashes to be immersed in the Ganges and disbursed throughout the land mass of our Country. That also does not go well with his image as an agnostic.

    Some time back some students had asked Poet Ayyappan, who passed away a few days back, whether his body should be buried or burnt after his death. He asked them to put it in a gunny bag and bury under a coconut tree (chakkil ketti thengin chuvattil kuzhichiduka). When he heard the students saying “ayyyyoo” he asked them “what is the problem? would it pain?” A truely detached person would not bother about what would happen after his death.

    A believing Hindu prays for relief from the cycle of birth-death-rebirth………. and merger of the soul with God. Then why is it difficult for them to believe that there is no soul at all and as such no cycle of birth-death-rebirth………??

  20. Bharat

    “A truely detached person would not bother about what would happen after his death”

    Poet Ayyappan & detached ; Is it a joke JGN ji?

    How can a person who was a liquor-addict be called a ‘detached’ person? No ‘sane’ man would call that.
    Ayyapan was just trying to be a ‘modern’ charvaka. ( even this statement about him seems to be too ‘grand’)

  21. JGN

    Bharat, then whom you consider a detached person? The peddlers of faith like Parbhupada, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Mata Amritanandamayi, Zakir Naik, Yohannan, David Hogan, etc etc who have built multi-million dollar empires taking the gullible masses for a ride? And we were not discussing about the merits or demerits of Poet Ayyappan but about the great J.L.Nehru and Astrology!!

  22. Bharat

    JGN ji,

    “The peddlers of faith like Parbhupada, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Mata Amritanandamayi, Zakir Naik, Yohannan, David Hogan,”

    Some great comparison there.
    However, having known your idea of a ‘detached person ( ‘poet ayyappan’) I don’t feel surprised by this too.

  23. JGN

    Bharat, all peddlers of faith (irrespective of religion) are number one crooks. I do not hold any brief to defend any religion. Of course I also do not agree that the intolerant followers of West Asian Religions have some divine right to ridicule the culture and civilization of others.

    • sanjaychoudhry

      “all peddlers of faith (irrespective of religion) are number one crooks”

      Can’t agree with that. Was Buddha a crook too? Or Vivekananda? Or the Sikh Gurus? You cannot generalise like that. Are you saying that it is impossible for humans to spread a spiritual message without a motive of personal gain?

      • JGN

        sanjaychoudhry, I had studied Industrial Psychology also. The first premise we are taught is “basically every humanbeing is selfish”. Seemingly innocuous actions would have some kind of selfish motive behind that. Even on this dicussion board we are trying to show “one upmanship”!!

        • sanjaychoudhry

          I don’t care what you have read. You haven’t answered — what kind of a man (Buddha) would give up his kingdom and don a mendicant’s clothes and roam in the streets spreading his spiritual insights that he gained after 20 years of meditation and living on crumbs?

          What kind of a man (Vivekananda) would leave his mother and young brothers to spread his spiritual and nationalist message to the people because he “couldn’t sleep at night thinking of how India had fallen.”

          What kind of man (Guru Tegh Bahadur) would allow himself to be boiled alive but not betray his people or his faith?

          What was the selfish motive of these “peddlers of faith”? Did they become rich? Did they screw women? Did they set up business empires?

        • sanjaychoudhry

          “I had studied Industrial Psychology also. The first premise we are taught is “basically every humanbeing is selfish”. ”

          If you read garbage like this written by Whites in 19th century, your brain will become pickled.

          India spiritual message teaches the reverse: “Each soul, each person is potentially divine, carrying a spark of divinity in him or her. The purpose of life is to tap and manifest this divinity.”

  24. JGN

    My dear sanjaychoudhry, I was talking about the “peddlers of faith”. I did not say anywhere that Gautama Buddha, Vivekananda and Guru Tegh Bahadur were peddlers of faith.

    Gautama Buddha was more of a teacher than a preacher. Vivekananda tried to reform the caste ridden society and Guru Tegh Bahadur proved that he can die for his “faith” if some others are ready to kill for their “faith” and these are exceptions than the rule.

    Psychological Principles are Universal Truths i.e. things that will not change irrespective of “Time and Space”. No point in getting angry. “Spirituality” itself is big business now a days.

  25. Anirudh Kumar Satsangi

    I am not spreading superstition. Rebirth and reincarnation is a reality.

  26. whether one agrees with reincarnation or not and about nehru born as dog but the list of crimes perpetrated by him couldn’t be denied. Right?

  27. Bhushan

    An eye-opener! Now I know why Christians and Muslims love Nehru and his leftovers so much.

  28. Anonymous

    If you want to know truth of life, life after death and other spiritual experience then contact Mr Ajay kumar and also visit http://www.maninattention.com

  29. PRESENT : TIME & SELF

    1. The present is a special (moving) point in long length (long segment) of time.
    2. “To me”, existence of I is a special (peculiar, unique, only one) existence.
    3. “To me”, the span of years in which I live (my lifetime) is a special span.
    4. “To me”, overlap of 1 and 3 is unthinkable, unimaginable (if life is only once).
    5. Answer to 4, after death, existence of I will revive. Thus, life will be eternal. Also it must be the same for all.

    P.S. Sorry, I cannot receive E – mail. I don’t have PC.
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