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Hi!! Thanks for stopping by.

I am an Indian nationalist who is willing to call a spade a spade. I am a hard-nosed realist who abhors political correctness and brushing things under the carpet because people are uncomfortable talking about inconvenient or ugly things. I have no use for political correctness or being tolerant with the intolerant in the name of tolerance. I believe in the dictum: “Jaise Ko Taisa” (Do to Others What they are Doing to You). Goodwill in return for goodwill. Mischief in return for mischief. War in return for war. You will never fail with this strategy.

Subhash Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel, Veer Savarkar, Aurobindo Ghosh, Maharaja Ranjeet Singh, Chanakya and Vivekananda are my heroes. To become like them is what all Indians should aspire for.

“Unlimited tolerance must lead to the disappearance of tolerance. If we extend unlimited tolerance even to those who are intolerant, if we are not prepared to defend a tolerant society against the onslaught of the intolerant, then the tolerant will be destroyed, and tolerance with them. We should therefore claim, in the name of tolerance, the right not to tolerate the intolerant.” — Karl Popper, British philosopher

http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Karl_Popper

As Aristotle put it tersely, tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society. Therefore never be apathetic and never be tolerant of anti-Hindu forces in India.

166 responses to “About

  1. Great to have discovered this blog…I’m sure, its gonna be an informative and interesting experience.

  2. Holy Mother of God man . Where were you ? “Subhash Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel, Veer Savarkar, Aurobindo Ghosh, Maharaja Ranjeet Singh, Chanakya and Vivekananda are my heroes. To become like them is what all Indians should aspire for.” Absolutely . This country is only obsessed with Bapu and his ways . Seems like the other Heroes you mentioned were never here at all . And I would include Mahapurush Bhagat Singh in this list as well . I am looking forward to some great blogging on your blog . I loved the couple of posts I read .

  3. Wish you all the best!🙂

    • This powerful Indian businessman (see below) is very dangerous. Read about the ‘Council On Foreign Relations’ of which he is a member and do some research on YouTube. This man, who is playing both sides with the Congress and the BJP, is extremely dangerous to the future of India. Duart Maclean, Montreal, Canada

      Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambani (Gujarati: મુકેશ ધીરુભાઈ અંબાણી; born on 19 April 1957) is an Indian business magnate who is the Chairman, Managing Director and largest shareholder of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), a Fortune Global 500 company and India’s second most valuable company by market value.[5][6][7] He holds a 44.7% stake in the company.[8] He is the elder son of the late Dhirubhai Ambani and the brother of Anil Ambani. RIL deals mainly in refining, petrochemicals, and in the oil and gas sectors. Reliance Retail Ltd., another subsidiary, is the largest retailer in India.[9]
      In 2013, he ranked “37 in the list of “The World’s Most Powerful People List – Forbes and in “2010, he was included in Forbes’s list of “68 people who matter most”.[10] As of 2013, he is India’s richest man and second richest man in Asia.[11] Ambani is listed as the 19th richest person in the world with a personal wealth of $19.6 billion.[12] He has retained his position as the India’s richest person for the sixth year in a row.[13] Through Reliance, he also owns the Indian Premier League franchise Mumbai Indians. In 2012, Forbes named him as one of the richest sports owners in the world.[14][15]
      He has served on the board of directors of Bank of America Corporation and the international advisory board of the Council on Foreign Relations. He was the Chairman of the Board of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, one of the leading business schools in India.

      • duartmaclean

        I am disqualifying my comments about Ambani. On further research, he appears to be genuinely committed to India. What concerns me, though, is his membership in the Council Of Foreign Relations. This group has an agenda which may well lead to a global dictatorship if allowed to continue. The public needs to inform itself about the C.F.R., the Bilderberg Group, the U.N., and the power brokers behind them: the Rockefellers, the Rothschildes, Big Banking, Monsanto, the Vatican (Jesuits), etc.

        • What really concerns me about Ambani is that he is paying for much of the travel and travel related expenses of both Rahul and Modi –i.e., planes, hotels, venues, etc. Is this a trick to take control? Or, is he just being supportive of the process of democracy in India? Whenever a powerful magnate is paying both sides, I get suspicious. History is full of these kind of maneuvers –i.e., playing both ends against the middle, in order to gain ultimate control.

          • Indian nationalists be aware! Ambani is also a member of the Council Of Foreign Relations, which is a secretive organization comprised of very powerful individuals. DM

            Ambani ruling like East India Co: Kejriwal
            Chandigarh, Feb 23, 2014, DHNS:
            The former Delhi chief minister did not spare the media either for telecasting and publishing fake surveys that indicated a BJP win in the forthcoming general elections. PTI file photo
            Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday launched his party’s election campaign from native state Haryana in Rohtak resorting to his usual rhetoric, accusing everybody from Rahul Gandhi to Narendra Modi and Mukesh Ambani of being corrupt.

            He compared Mukesh Ambani with the East India Company, saying that “Ambani was ruling this country like East India Company used to do.”

            The former Delhi chief minister did not spare the media either for telecasting and publishing fake surveys that indicated a BJP win in the forthcoming general elections.

            Kejriwal, while addressing his first rally after quitting as Delhi chief minister, charged Ambani with funding the rallies of both Rahul Gandhi and Modi. Ambani, Kejriwal alleged, gives money to the BJP. “Ambani has Modi in one pocket and Rahul in another pocket.

            • karan

              @duartmaclean
              Can Arvind Kejriwal or his supporters answer these 25 questions?

              (1)Why Arvind Kejriwal & his wife were never transferred out of Delhi in their entire career if they were fighting against Corrupt Govt. unlike Ashok Khemka or Durga Shakti?
              (2)What are Kejriwal’s achievements as an IRS Officer?
              (3)What is his stand on Kashmir, Indian Army and Hindu Terrorism with respect to Bhushan’s comments?
              (4)What is the stand of Aam Aadmi Party on Ram Janmabhoomi issue?
              (5)What does AK think of the Martyrdom of Mohanchand Sharma in Batla House?
              (6)What had Narendra Modi got to do in his speech and banners at Jantar Mantar when Sikhs were protesting against Sajjan Kumar?
              (7)Why dreaded Maoist leaders such as Binayak Sen, who have been convicted by Court, are in AAP core Reforms team?
              (8)Imam Bukhari who has dozens of arrest warrants against him and was openly seen for calling for Islamic Rule in India, Kejriwal has been seen with him on occasions, would he clarify his relations with him?

              (9)Kejriwal intelligently did an expose on Nitin Gadkari naming him in an irrigation scam, but he really didn’t mention that it was Sharad Pawar & family which was in power for over a decade in Maharashtra
              (10)What was the reason that Bharat Mata picture was removed in later anshans/protests by Kejriwal
              (11)What was the reason for his Media Byte – “We dont want support from communal people” on question asked by a journalist about RSS providing food during their Anshan when at a later stage, AAP workers who went for Relief work in Uttarakhand, were found gobbling food in Baba Ramdev’s camp, which was meant for Flood Victims?
              (12)Why is Kejriwal utterly silent on Himachal CM Virbhadra Singh of Congress, when he faced so many serious allegations?
              (13)Who asked Kejriwal to go on Aamaran Anshan (fast unto death) and later break his fast by drinking water from a Steel Glass (he wasn’t asked for either of the two)
              (14)What was the reason of him for writing a letter to Muslims saying Batla house encounter was fake and Ishrat Jahan was an innocent who was killed in Fake encounter?
              (15)Further Why did he mention that “many innocent Muslims are killed in Gujarat” in his letter, when he does not have proof that those were fake.
              (16)Also why does Kejriwal handpick Gujarat in citing examples of encounters on terrorists when the number of encounters in Congress ruled Maharashtra and AP, north eastern states and Uttar Pradesh are much higher?
              (17)Even when it came to UP Riots, Kejriwal blamed Modi and Amit Shah and faintly mentioned Samajwadi Party, when in reality 2 Congress ex MPs were booked and BSP, SP MPs were found inciting violence. Why this soft corner in not naming Congress responsible for UP Riots?
              (18)Why did Kejriwal not campaign for the BJP govt. of Uttarakhand in the last Assembly elections, as they had promised even when they passed exactly the same Lokayukta Bill that team Anna wanted, although Kejriwal is silent on Congress removing most of its content from the bill after it came to power last year in Uttarakhand.
              (19)During his tenure as IAS officer, how many corrupt people did Arvind kejriwal bust? He says corruption is deep rooted, therefore he must have busted a lot of corrupt officials during his tenure as IAS
              officer
              (20)He set up an Internal Lokpal to investigate Corruption of AAP members such as Mayank Gandhi, Damania etc. How was the process carried out and how is Internal Lokpal of AAP any different than CBI investigating Congress?
              (21)There were allegations on Kejriwal that he siphoned off extra salary during his tenure as IAS officer. He refused the charges, but returned the extra salary he had taken to the department. If he had
              not taken illegal salary why did he return it?
              (22)AAP was forthcoming in demanding investigation of encounters of alleged terrorists Ishrat Jahan and Shahzad of Batla house. Why did he not ask for investigation of alleged murder of RTI activist & AAP member Santosh Koli?
              (23)What was the need for AAP leader to work with Congress candidate’s husband Sanjeev Bhatt against Narendra Modi just before Gujarat election in 2012 to do a fake expose which was later
              quashed
              (24) why is AAP not responding to RTI queries, including convicted people in its Core Reforms team, when it claims to support RTI for political parties and the Supreme Court ruling?
              (25)Is there any personal reason why Kejriwal chose not to speak against Navin Jindal and Pawan Bansal on matters of Scams and Corruption?

            • som

              @duartmaclean
              AND ALSO thirteen Questions for Mr. Chameleon Kejariwal

              1. When was the “ Sampoorna Parivartan” registered and what is the registration number and other details of the NGO?

              2. When was ‘Parivartan’ created out of Sampoorna Parivartana? Is it true that Sampoorna Parivartan was given a grant of 8o000 dollars by Ford Foundation in 2002 and only on aspect of looting money , different groups were created?

              3. Is it true that you continue to claim the legal status of Parivartan as follow: “Parivartan is not registered under any Act as a society or a trust or a Company. It is a people’s movement. For Income Tax purposes, it is an Association of Persons.”

              4. Is it true that you advertised through various medium in June 2002 that “All donations made to Parivartan are tax exempt under section 80 G. Parivartan is also registered under section 12A of Income Tax Act. “? Is this not misleading information aimed to dupe Samaritans?

              5. Did you receive funds from the World bank for your campaign of Jan Sunvai in Delhi under the banner of Parivartan? When Parivartan was not registered, how was the fund routed?

              6. Is it true that the World Bank featured the insignificant work of Parivartan in their Report ,”Social Accountability Stocktaking Exercise for South and East Asia. Washington, DC: World Bank Institute. (2005)(pp.30-32)
              http://www.worldbank.org/socialaccountability_sourcebook/Regional%20database/Case%20studies%20on%20s

              7. Is it true that you were selected for the Magsaysay Award only after featuring in this World Bank report ?Is it also true that Narayan Murthy, the INFOSYS Chief is a Trustee of Ford Foundation and pushed for your award?
              8. Is it true that in your biography as prepared by the Ramon Magsaysay Foundation, the first reference has been made to the CIA(Central intelligence of America)?Is it a mere coincidence or Freudian slippage that reveals the true character?

              9. Is it true that a New York university researcher Shimrit Lee worked with your organization, Kabeer in 2009-10 and advised you for launching a Colour Revolution kind of political mobilization in India? Is it true that subsequently she went to Egypt and witnessed the Tahrir uprising?Is it also true that she advised in 2010 for public protest in India and creation of mohalla and gram sabhas? Did you seek clearance from Home Ministry for hosting a suspicious researcher who has been active in the Middle east, Chad in Africa, required as per law of the land?
              10. Is it true that you represented Sampoorna Parivartan NGO and the Secretary of the NGO that you had founded worked in the Commission Advisory Committee of the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission constituted vide the NOTIFICATION No. F.1(135)/DERC/2000-01/5092 Delhi, the 27th March, 2003 and therefore you bear the sole responsibility for the crisis in Delhi caused by power hike and installation of faulty metres?

              11. Is it true that you talk about transparency but shut down the website of both Parivartan and Kabir when the same came under scrutiny in 2012?

              12. Is it true that synchronous with your action in concealing the issue of dubious foreign funding for ulterior political motives, the Ford Foundation has also hidden all the details about funding to Kabir when this blog post appeared in October 2012 and was widely attracting the attention of patriotic Indians, thereby pointing to your complicity with dubious foreign organizations?

              13. Is it true that you sought funds from foreign embassies, including that of Dutch Embassy even after being aware that all Dutch funding to Indian NGOs was stopped for many years after 2002 since those funds percolated to anti-national forces as per government reports?

            • nitha

              @duartmaclean
              In 1967, the Ford Foundation was implicated in a wide-ranging scandal concerning the funding of domestic and international organizations by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
              The CIA had been laundering its funds for dozens of organizations and events, and the foundation served as one of its main fronts.
              John J. McCloy, the foundation’s chairman from 1958–1965, knowingly employed numerous agents and, based on the premise that a relationship with the CIA was inevitable, set up a three-person committee responsible for dealing with its requests.

              The foundation says: “SO CALLED effective public institutions are essential for societies to be safe, free and prosperous. The process of governing must be more transparent, accountable and inclusive in order to achieve fairness and equity.”
              The foundation has five initiatives under this SO CALLED issue:
              (1)SO CALLED increasing Civic and Political Participation: goal is to “increase participation of marginalized communities at all levels of civic and political life.”
              (2)SO CALLED strengthening Civil Society and Philanthropy: goal is to “increase the effectiveness of civic organizations by strengthening their infrastructure and regulatory environments.”
              (3)SO CALLED promoting Electoral Reform and Democratic Participation: goal is to “eliminate barriers to democratic participation so that marginalized populations in the United States are represented fully.”
              (4)SO CALLED promoting Transparent, Effective and Accountable Government: goal is to “improve the transparency, accountability and inclusiveness of government institutions and processes.”
              (5)SO CALLED reforming Global Financial Governance: goal is to “make global financial governance systems more transparent, accountable and effective.”

              ALMOST 50 PERCENT of the grants made under this issue relate to promoting transparent, effective, and accountable government

              THE ANTI-CORRUPTION MOVEMENT IS ACTUALLY AN AGENDA OF MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATIONS TO INCREASE THE PENITRATION OF INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL IN INDIA.
              In an exclusive interview with CNN IBN activist Arundhati Roy reveals that even though Anna Hazare was propped up as the saint of the masses, he was not the driver of the movement. The anti-corruption movement, she says, is actually an agenda of multi-national corporations to increase the penetration of international capital in India.
              http://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=9&cad=rja&ved=0CG0QuAIwCA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.firstpost.com%2Fpolitics%2Fannas-movement-a-copy-of-world-bank-agenda-arundhati-roy-72824.html&ei=azbRUry3DsnqiAeq-oCwDQ&usg=AFQjCNHOsMK1BY5DQLgc6DU0fKqm7PqRcQ&sig2=iqLn

      • nitha

        @duartmaclean
        FORD FOUNDATION IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN
        RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LIMITED(RIL)
        Indian think-tanks aka research organizations are receiving grants from the Ford Foundation are the Delhi-based Centre for Policy Research and Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS).
        Kejriwal sought funds from foreign embassies, including that of Dutch Embassy even after being aware that all Dutch funding to Indian NGOs was stopped for many years after 2002 since those funds percolated to anti-national forces as per government reports.
        It is confirmed Kabir, a Kerjiwal NGO received $ 400,000 during the last 3 years as funding from Ford Foundation. On the broader allegations whether the US steamrolled the Anna Hazare anti-corruption agitation, they drove themselves further to a corner. This is why? Note :extracts from Business Standard:
        http://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=5&cad=rja&ved=0CEwQFjAE&url=http%3A%2F%2Fexitopinionpollsindia.blogspot.com%2F2011%2F08%2Fopen-letter-to-ford-foundation-and.html&ei=azbRUry3DsnqiAeq-oCwDQ&usg=AFQjCNH0cJvszW3NOJIALdoFne9I_vhq9w&sig2=NgDHkqPU7
        Arvind Kejriwal poses a clear and present danger to India’s sovereignty;
        Expose the open links with Naxalites of Gopal Rai and Manish Sisodiya. Now with their hobnobbing with Communist intellectuals like Medha Patkar and Mallika Sarabhai, they have proven that they are far more dangerous than the Congress.
        Gopal rai is Naxal sympathizer his hate for ex army chief is obvious … Nationalistic ppl respect army men not Naxal sympathizers.

      • ravi

        WHY THIS MAN, WHO IS PLAYING BOTH SIDES WITH THE CONGRESS AND THE BJP,( THE LEADING PARTIES OF INDIA)IS EXTREMLY DANGEROUS TO THE FUTURE OF INDIA???
        NEARLY ALL BUSINESSMAN ARE DOING THE SAME IN INDIA FOR THEIR
        BUSINESS INTEREST.
        IT NOT PROVES THAT THEY ARE ANTI-NATIONAL,DANGEROUS FOR
        UNITY AND INTEGRITY OF INDIA.
        CERTAINLY NOT UNLIKE DUTCH EMBASSY even after being aware that since those funds percolated to anti-national forces as per government reports(all Dutch funding to Indian NGOs was stopped for many years after 2002 EXCEPT KEJARIWAL AND CO.- it is confirmed Kabir, a Kerjiwal NGO received $ 400,000 during the last 3 years as funding from Ford Foundation).

        • Perhaps they are not dangerous.
          But check out the Council on Foreign Relations to which Ambani belongs. The intentions behind the CFR look positive on the surface, but under the surface there is a whole other agenda being played out Then, check out the influence that the Jesuits (Roman Catholic) have within the CFR. Check out the violent, insidious, history of the Jesuits and what they are up to currently. This may sound crazy to you, but if you do some research on: the Council of Foreign Relations; the Bilderberg organization; the history, both past and present of the Jesuits; the insidious, destructive role of the Vatican Bank; and the names of significant families, such as the Rothchildes, the Rockefellers, etc., you will find it quite an eye opening. India and Indian patriots must learn about this in order to avoid serious and harmful foreign intrusions into the governance of India.

  4. Arun Pillai

    Keep it up

  5. Dipak Chakrabarti

    More than an hundred year ago, Swami Vivekananda warned us about the missionaries, we did not take any notice and now we are paying the price.
    It were the activities of Netaji which led to the independence of India.Netaji Bose was isolated by cunny Gandhi and Nehru. Nehru declared Netaji as a war-criminal.(Back from dead by Anuj Dhar.)Muslim Indians pretended, they could not live with Hindus, country was divided, one part went to Muslims, other part to anti-Hindu Nehru dynasty, Nehru called himself,”a Muslim by culture, Hindu by accident.”He had cheek to declare himself as “the last Englishman to rule India.”

  6. Incognito

    “…The reality is that the mainstream media are thoroughly corrupt — manifesting itself in a lack of both conscientiousness and honor — which leads to incompetence and duplicity. It deals in half-truths, the suppression of facts, the exaltation of evil and savaging of the sublime, and outright lies all the time…”
    “…This is tragic because the media have a sacred trust. It’s a cliché, but it’s said that knowledge is power, and the media are the relaters of knowledge. In fact, we rely on them for even fairly basic information about current events and the world…”
    “…Without a vibrant media, we cannot have a vigilant populace…”
    “…Unfortunately, also powerful is misinformation, as it engenders a misshapen world view. For how can people make correct decisions regarding what policies and politicians to support if they aren’t given correct information? Why would they defend the good if they were lead to believe it was bad and fight the bad if they were lead to believe it was good?…”
    “… If you convince people that the symptoms are something they’re not, they will make the wrong diagnosis and prescribe a drug that doesn’t treat what truly ails us but often has some very nasty side effects. …”
    “…Our matrix media (along with academia and the popular culture) has constructed an all-encompassing faux reality that cannot truly be understood unless you step outside of it. For the average person this means, first, being willing to question all his basic suppositions about political and social reality, as these have been shaped by the matrix media. The second requirement is to embark upon a Reality 101 course on the Internet, where the wheat can at least be found amidst the chaff. You see, unlike the movie, our virtual world is in a way more real than the “real” world…”
    “…In truth, what is so dangerous about the matrix media isn’t so much that they’re akin to a cabal of calculating sentient programs but that they cannot think outside the box themselves. They are like an insane man who knows nothing of the world beyond his insane asylum and thus can relate only insanity. You might say they have become one with their mistaken notions….”
    “…Some may say that since the media deny us the information necessary to render good decisions, it’s not fair to claim that people get the government they deserve. But it must be remembered that people get the media they deserve, too….”
    “…So journalism isn’t dead — not any more than the readership, anyway. It’s just that those practicing the authentic variety are seldom elected to high office.”

    The above are the opinion of an american about american media(http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/01/the_artificial_reality_of_the.html).
    But it is, surprisingly, quite valid in the case of Indian media too(and the European media as well, I guess).
    The issue of concern is that the media all over the world appears to be not trustworthy. Is it deliberate or mere coincidence?

    Marxist thinker Gramsci advocated the concept of cultural hegemony to establish totalitarian Communist regime(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_hegemony)-

    ” .. Gramsci argued for a strategic distinction between a “war of position” and a “war of manoeuvre”. The war of position is a culture war in which anti-capitalist elements seek to gain a dominant voice in mass media, mass organizations, and educational institutions to heighten class consciousness, teach revolutionary analysis and theory, and inspire revolutionary organization. Following the success of the war of position, communist leaders would be empowered to begin the war of manoeuvre, the actual insurrection against capitalism, with mass support….”

    The Christian Missionaries in mass media, pseudo-liberal Muslims in mass organizations/NGOs and Marxists in educational institutions have won Gramsci’s ‘war of position’, yet the Hindus do not realise it.

  7. sanjaychoudhry

    Incognito, very insightful post, especially about the “war of position and war of manoeuvre.” The commies have grown old taking positions in their “war of position” because their war of manoeuvre is being contested by our CRPF. I do not see “war of manoeuvre” reaching fruition any time soon. “Lal Kila Pe Lal Jhanda” will remain a pipe dream of pot bellied and balding Bengali commies.

  8. Nam

    Hello and congratulations for a wonderful blog. I am a fellow Nationalist Indian, and look forward to reading a lot more of your stuff in the future, and will often link to your articles on my blog (mibodeguitadelmedio.blogspot.com) if thats alright with you! Keep up the great work!

  9. sanjaychoudhry

    Hi Nam: Thx for the good words. Pls feel free to link to this blog.

  10. Namaste!

    I am with you! Actually, I think a court action in Canada against World Vision for misleading advertising is an ‘idea whose time has come’. I have forwarded your piece on World Vision’s covert missionary activities to Dr. David Frawley (Vamadeva), a well known writer on all things Hindu and someone who is deeply concerned by the nefarious activities of prosyletizers among India’s poor and dispossessed.

    I have written the following letter and sent it to numerous newspapers. My intent is to stir things up outside of India. Canada has laws concerning false advertising, of which it appears World Vision is guilty. This battle will be better won if it is fought both inside and outside of India, particularly in the wealthier nations of North America and Europe:

    From: duart maclean 
    Subject: conversions
    To: editor@organiserweekly.com

    Dear Editor,

    I am a Canadian and what I don’t understand is why the government of India tolerates any form of organized religious prosyletizing anywhere within the frontiers of India.

    Given the nature of India and her history; given the fact that Hinduism is not a religion that seeks to convert others (in other words, does not enter into competition with the Christians or Muslims); given the fact that Hinduism is more or less contained within India (there really is no pan-Hinduism, as there is pan-Islam and pan-Christianity); given the fact that Hinduism, in addition to being a network of closely related spiritual philosophies based on the Veda, is also a 5000+ year old culture which is the very fabric of Indian civilization — why do the people of India allow their government to either tacitly or overtly support the destruction of the very foundations upon which India is built? 

    Please understand me.  I am not advocating the suppression of other religions within India (unlike Islam within islamic countries).  But let me say that if well financed Hindu organizations started going into Canadian or U.S. towns, aggressively prosyletizing to the point of creating communal disturbances and violence, there would be a hue and cry. The governments of Canada and the U.S. would find a way to shut down the prosyletizers and their organizations.  They would have no choice, otherwise there would be an outbreak of real violence and societal breakdown, which is something no democracy can allow. 

    Duart Maclean
    Montreal

    Response from Dr. David Frawley:

    Namaste Duart!
     
    Thanks for sending out such letters. Somehow the West has repackaged aggressive missionary activity as a kind of freedom of religion. India is the main non-Christian country that allows them in. China, Indo-china, and Islamic countries do not allow them in at all.
     
    The main reason behind such tolerance is bribery and vote banks. The Christian minority in India is wealthy and has a strong media presence.
     
    I am off to India for six weeks.
    Best Wishes,
    Vamadeva (Dr. David Frawley)

    I like would to hear from anyone who is ready to take action. Contact me at: duartmc9@gmail.com

    Thank you,
    Duart Maclean
    Montreal, Canada

    • Raju Charles

      Hi Mr. Duart,

      Why not call for a forum in Canada or UK? I can arrange one in USA, Washington,DC. If you are ready for action!

      Let us unite and take action to fight the evil force’s in the name of our creator, sustainer and redeemer.

      Raju Charles

      • JGN

        Raju Charles, can you pl clarify whom all you want to fight? I think that includes all Pagans/Hathens/Kafirs and also the rival sections of your own Rligion.

        Btw your “redeemer” was not able to save his rear end from the fellow Jews. Then how can he save any one else?

        • Raju Charles

          It was Gandhi Jayanti. But young Dalit poet Meena Kandasamy was not ready to spare the Mahatma.

          “Like many other Dalit writers, I have reservations about Gandhi,” she said at the DC Kovalam Literary Festival here. “He betrayed Dalits several times.”

          Ms Meena added the Poona Pact imposed on the nation by Mahatma Gandhi had effectively blocked the political rise of Dalits.

          “Dr Ambedkar agreed to it since he knew that upper castes would slaughter Dalits otherwise,” she said.

          The young poet literally flung her raw verses on caste, oppression of women and sexuality at the audience.

          “In poetry I can be upfront about what angers me,” she said. “In prose one has to be subtle. So I prefer poetry.”

          Many of her poems were subversive re-readings of the tales of women characters in the Puranas including Ahalya, Sita and Surpanakha.

          Ms Meena, who read out from her latest collection, ‘Ms Militancy,’ admitted that she was an angry poet.
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          “But there are enough reasons for us to be angry,” she said. “The system is so oppressive. Dalits and women are oppressed everywhere.”

          Answering questions, she said that parliamentary democracy can only throw up Dalit leaders such as Mayawati and Ram Vilas Paswan who were convenient for the system.

          When asked whether her role model was Mayawati or Arundhati Roy, she quipped: “Neither; I identify more with the Naxalite leader Anuradha Gandhi.”

      • IndianOcean

        I think you might be a Hindu and would have modified your name to the country you live. And also I believe that your creator, sustainer, and redeemer refers to Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.

      • Sindhus

        @Raju:

        Bhisma Pitamaha died for all human beings. He is the ultimate truth. Raju and those who do not follow Bhisma pitamaha as the only God will burn in hell, and those who do will find all their sufferings gone.

        Raju, start following Bhisma pitamaha.

  11. Shreeman Sanjayji. NamaHte!

    Good work. I admire your courage and initiative. So also the efforts and contributions of other Satjans (people).
    But I would request people to stop talking about India from a foreign perspective. ‘India’ and ‘Hindoo’ are alien words. They divide Bharatmata and its people along many faultlines. Should we not give up using these? Whatever the ancestores did and wrote was for the good of the humanity and NOT somebody called Hindoo.

    Secondly, the use of an extra ‘A’ at the every word leads to corruption of the origina and anglecised pronunciation. For example ‘Ram’ is the correct word NOT ‘Rama’. Concentious people should stop this practice at once, and also correct others whenever opportunity arises.

    Perhaps ‘Bharat’ for the country and ‘Sanatan Dharam’ for the spirituality are best. Ohers may have better ideas.

    Lastly, time has come that intellectual and ‘Karmyogis’ join hands to work for spreading the light of Bharatiy knowledge for the good of the whole humanity.

  12. malathi

    I am proud of you. Good work keep it up and because of you we Indians one day may reap the fruits of your hard work. I am with you and will be forwarding your sites to all my friends. Let us know what are our responsibilities in this process. We need young leaders and guides NOW.

  13. sanjaychoudhry

    Thanks for the good words Khan, Malathi, Duart, Nam and others.

    Everybody, please hang around. I plan to turn this into a group blog, where everyone will get to contribute their views and other people will get to respond to them.

    We desparately need a dharmic site that discusses issues related to national security, religions, changes in demography, south Asia, terrorism, political parties and their antics, etc. The discourse should be from a Hindu point of view, without being perverted by the familiar communist / left-liberal rubbish.

  14. sanjayg

    BHARAT MATA KI JAI !

  15. Great work, Sanjay. I noticed your site in my recent referrals.

    Good that you mentioned my site and book. We somehow have to bring down the goliath of dhimmi Indian media.

  16. Namaste everyone!

    I am happy with this blog. When I was about 5 years old (living in Canada, my birthplace & I am now 58), my father brought home a Life Magazine, which was a monthly pictorial journal. On the front of the magazine and inside were photos of a horrible famine which was gripping India at that time. For the first time in my life, I saw pictures of skeletal women holding bloated, sick babies. It was awful and I cried. I never forgot that memory. As the years passed and I matured, my inner explorations led me to India and her ancient philosophy, particularly the Vedanta. Then, I visited India, twice: once to work in Mumbai and then to spend three wonderful weeks with my spouse at Ramanasramam (the ashram of Ramana Maharshi) in Tamil Nadu. In Tamil Nadu it disturbed me to visit a development project that had been inspired by Ramana Maharshi and to find pictures of Mother Theresa side by side with pictures of Sri Ramana at the children’s school. Not that I hate Mother Theresa, but what is going on in India?

    Too many of your political and cultural leaders must be totally corrupt. I can only conclude that they are weak, self-serving and sychophantic. Don’t get me wrong. I am not advocating violence. However, Indians who care for their heritage must STAND UP AND TAKE INDIA BACK.

    About Gandhi. I have always admired him for his courage and wisdom. But, one thing that never sat well with me was his insistence that Krishna’s exhortation to Arjuna to fight the enemy (in the Gita) was purely metaphorical. Gandhi apparently believed that Krishna was completely opposed to any form of active, physical resistance to oppression. The fact is, Gandhi’s non-violent approach worked alright with the British who, after all, have some sense of civility and fair play. Hitler, Mao tse-Tung, Khohmani, Pol Pot, etc, would have killed Gandhi outright. And, so would have the jihadis. I think this aspect of Gandhi’s thought has weakened Hindus in general and India in particular. As for Nehru, he was a communist in spirit, a materialist and he cuckolded a British Lord, which seriously compromised his integrity as a man, a leader and an Indian. In other words, he proved that he could not be trusted. With Nehru as a parent, what kind child could the Congress Party of India be?

    Duart Maclean

    • Nanu Asari

      “In Tamil Nadu it disturbed me to visit a development project that had been inspired by Ramana Maharshi and to find pictures of Mother Theresa side by side with pictures of Sri Ramana at the children’s school.”
      What an insensitive cruel person you are!! Mother Teresa spent all her life time in the service of the poor and the dying in India. We, Indians, regardless of our differences are in awe of her devotion, and leaders of every hue:religious, social and political have only unconditional love, gratitude and adoration for her. And you a non-indian scounderal has the gall to speak against such a mahatma. By hating someone who loved Indians, you only indirectly reveal your hatred for Indians.

      • Mother Teresa was interested in conversion. She gave a significant portion of her organization’s donated wealth to the already rich Vatican. Yes, she was compassionate. And, yes, she wanted to convert Hindus to Catholicism. She had a double agenda.

        At Tiruvanamalai, I found a Catholic priest at the centre of this development organization, which was reputedly dedicated to the memory of Ramana Maharshi. The priest was doing what priests always do, teaching Catholicism under the guise of ‘development’. The children were primarily from poor Hindu families. Beautiful kids, my wife and I met them. When I asked the priest how he reconciled Catholicism with jnana yoga he basically had nothing to say and terminated our meeting at the earliest possible. He didn’t like my line of questioning, and I certainly understand why — it’s always easier to deal with illiterate, simple and trusting people.

        You are foolish, or maybe simply naive. The Roman Catholic agenda is purely and simply to convert all of India to Catholicism. And they do this via charity. It is a hypocritical, hidden agenda which is easily perceived by thoughtful people. You are welcome to your innocent fantasies about Christianity, but you will find nothing that you read in the Sermon from the Mount, that you won’t find in the Bhagavad Gita. Moreover, in the Gita you will find some serious philosophical thinking, which is utterly lacking in the Bible.

        As for myself, I deeply appreciate the sayings of Jesus (I skip the rest, including St. Paul). I’ve travelled to all the places associated with Jesus in Israel — walked the 7 stages that He walked on the way to His crucifixion, visited the crypt of the holy family in Nazareth, read the New Testament while sitting near the Sea of Galilee at Capernaum. No, I am not interested in Catholicism, which is a human invention, nor Protestantism, which is the same thing. As a philosopher once said, ‘There is only one Christian, and He died on the cross two thousand years ago’.

        • Vikram

          Thank you for such a simple yet powerful comment. Most Indians would be branded communal for holding such thoughts, they themselves would feel some guilt. It is time we broke the shackles and revived our once great culture & Dharma – way of life.

        • Vicky

          Why not shed the garb of hatred and reveal your real name (such as Suresh, Karthik or Naren etc etc). World has enough hatred and dissent already and don’t need more from people like you. Especially disagree with your comments about Mother Theresa (glad you wrote it though. It actually revealed the extent of your ignorance, bias and venom). I was a volunteer in her Ashrams in Bengal for over 5 months in the 90s and seen her face to face at work several times. I am a Hindu and I totally disagree with your carpet bombing, ignoramus line of talk. Everyone needs a rasion d’etre. Hate seems to keep you going. Some way to live!!!

    • namrita singh

      Very interesting website! I am particularly impressed with Duart’s view points and knowledge about India and about Hinduism. Hats off to him! We Indians can learn a thing or two from him. I also fully second his views on Nehru & Gandhi here. No one could have summed up things better. Keep up the good work :)!!

  17. gajanan

    “Conversion to Modernities : The Globalisation of Christianity” by Peter van der Veer makes interesting reading. This book is available on google. Just type the title and you will get the book on google. The introduction of the book and the Chapter on BR Ambedkar on page 93 makes interesting reading. This chapter on BRA is written by Gauri Vishwanthan. it is big one.

    Go thru this chapter carefully and throughly and you will get answers as why a indigenous Indian faith was adopted by BRA and not Abrahamic religions. There is a tendency to quote BRA out of context to gain reservation ( affirmative action) by having an Abrahamic as well as Dalit tag. Since BRA gives reasons for his Buddhist conversion, this must be highlighted.

    The other controversies with Gandhi , C Rajagopalchari and others with BRA is a separate issue.

    Then there is journal article in Religion Compass on BRA . Try to get this article also.

    http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/120840716/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0

  18. gajanan

    Any study on Dalits is incomplete without BRAmbedkar. Type in google BR Ambedkar and you will get web sites misquoting BRA’s conversion. It is impossible to cite all these web sites.

  19. gajanan

    Duart
    Another aspect was WWII started in 1939, which made Britain fight the other way. 1941 after Pearl Harbor US entered the fray which lessened the burden on Britain

    Jallianwala, Dyer …. was all before…….

  20. VoP

    For next 2 weeks I am promoting your site in my “BLOGS FOR BETTER INDIA” section. Just an FYI. Great posts. This is a crucial period for India and Hindus. Thanks.

  21. Aashish Singh

    Hi Sanjay,

    Great job, keep it up!. My new and first blog is under construction and guess what is it about, almost same as yours and many others that i’m finding while surfing.
    This task of reviving confidence and belief in India, Indianism and Hinduism has to be done by this generation. My conviction is India has been liberated only physically from under the British raj. The mental slavery is what needs to be abolished and young Indian minds need to be liberated from that. A sense of faith, belief, self-confidence about our religion, country, culture is what needs to be inculcated sooner than later.
    Your blog is right on the money i think, and is linked to mine for future.

  22. Namaste..

    It seems obvious that India is going through a profound and difficult transformation. In fact, it seems clear that the entire planet is in the throws of radical change. I am not at all sure that the world’s traditional religions will fare well as a result. One thing is certain: there will be no ‘returning’ to the glory days of earlier epochs. We are awash in a sea of change and the future will look nothing like the past.

    Hinduism has made and continues to make a huge impact on the West. Yoga, meditation, ayurveda, etc. are having a profound influence on Western consciousness, nevertheless, the word Hinduism is seldom heard! People know, however, that this wisdom is coming from India and her ancient spiritual traditions. They often feel more comfortable with the word, ‘Buddhism’ because, like the Western religions it has a specific founder who was a great spiritual being. Westerners can identify with the word ‘Buddha’, whereas Hinduism has no such alternative to offer. Krishna, Rama, Durga, Shiva, Vishnu, etc…people get confused; whereas with Buddhism, it’s ‘Buddha’. Simple! Also, Westerners associate Hinduism with untouchability, sati, extreme poverty and this unsettles them. Only those who do some research can come to appreciate the real nature of Hinduism.

    On the other hand, India’s greatest spiritual gifts — yoga, vedanta and the other closely associated systems — are transforming Western consciousness. There is no doubt about it. Whatever form Hinduism takes in the coming generations, its essence — as opposed to its form — will continue to be its real power. Seekers want to taste Reality and when they hear about the Self (atman) for the first time a light goes on within their consciousness. For seekers, from that moment on there is no going back. Without the recognition of Self, we are doomed to hopeless confusion. The notion of the Self, which is specifically and definitely the core concept of Hinduism, is uniquely Indian. This is the ultimate gift that India has to offer the world and this is why India will continue to be the spiritual heart of our planet.

  23. patburg

    It is unfortunate that your site spreads venoms over all other communities except so-called ‘Hindu’ and even doesn’t spare the Indian Constitution.Kindly kick your superstitional emotions and adopt scientific thought and search for truth.Seems your mind is running towards hell,in the point of no-return,if so,sorry perish in your anger.

    • Sanjay Choudhry

      Hinduism “is” scientific thought and search for truth, dude. Did you notice this site never “spreads venom” about Buddhists, Shintos, Jains, Sikhs, Jews, atheists, tribal animism … It is only the “our god is true, your god is false” ideologies that are the enemy of humanity.

    • JGN

      patburg, those who framed the Constitution never thought that one day the Missionaries would make a career out of conversion business. Pl read “Tribal World of Verrier Elwin”. The best thing for us – the civilized people – to do is, to leave the tribals alone. Let them catch up with “time” in their own pace. We have seen the ill-effects of trying to “civilize” the tribals in Kerala and some other parts of India.

      When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land. They said “Let us pray.” We closed our eyes. When we opened them we had the Bible and they had the land – Bishop
      Desmond Tutu.

      • JNG is right. Indigenous people’s everywhere should be left alone and allowed to follow their own way. Incidentally, these people are the greatest protector’s of the world’s environment. We need them!

    • Aashish Singh

      @ Patburg,

      “your site spreads venoms over all other communities except so-called ‘Hindu’”

      I don’t know which community you belong to and how much educated you are, to even think of using the phrase “so-called Hindus”, as if there is nothing like Hindus. For your kind information, Third largest population in this world is of Hindus.

      I don’t think this site spreads venom on any other community. All it does is reflect the venom thrown (in the past and is continued unabated till this day) over Hinduism, Hindus and India by other disgruntled communities, organizations and countries. The hidden agenda of whose when revealed in public starts giving nightmares to them through their stooges siting in India.

      These stooges who have sold every inch of their Indian-ism when whipped on their arse by other fellow Indians for the treachery they are doing to their nation, run like school boys to report it to their masters to show off their loyalty this is what brings you on this site, i reckon.

      There are countless websites, blogs, forums completely anti-Evangelical, anti-islam, however people like you do not even go there for posting your senseless comments.

      PS: You will find thousand of anti-Evangelical, anti-islam website on Internet, but it will be hard to find anti-Hindu, anti-Jainism, anti-Budhism, anti-Sikhism websites or forum. By the way Jainism, Budhism and Sikhism are tributaries of great Hinduism, which i think you do not know.

  24. duart maclean

    Namaste,

    I consider conversion efforts to be a form of violence, only primarily mental/psychological. However, failing the mental method, the physical method has always been a handy alternative used by church and state.

    Conversion efforts over four centuries in the Americas have totally undermined native cultures, belief systems, spiritual values and social structures. One horrible example has been the forced removal of aboriginal children from their families for re-programming in principally church-run ‘residential’ schools in Canada and the U.S. (same thing in Australia, as well). Thank God this form of cultural genocide has been stopped. But the damage has been done and as a result, aboriginal peoples as a whole are in a totally wretched condition.

    It’s truly arrogant to assume that we have greater knowledge or wisdom than the person whom we are trying to convert. It’s philistine and unnatural.

    Duart Maclean

    • VoP

      >I consider conversion efforts to be a form of violence

      “Religous conversion is violence and it breeds violence, In converting you are also converting the nonviolent to violent” ~ Swami Dayananda Saraswathi

      On November 6, 1999 Pope John Paul II in his sermon at the Sacred Heart Cathedral of New Delhi, openly stated, “Just as in the first millennium the Cross was planted on the soil of Europe, and in the second on that of the Americas and Africa, we can pray that in the third Christian millennium, a great harvest of faith will be reaped in this vast and vital continent [Asia]”

      Christians have always portrayed non-Christian civilizations as backwards, underdeveloped, superstitious, and barbaric. What really underlies all of their criticism is that these cultures do not accept Jesus, the Bible and their western way of life. This is what, in the Christians’ opinion, deems these cultures as needing their help, when in fact the their fervor to destroy any theistic conception other than Christianity or any temple other than a church shows that they are really the ones who are showing the qualities of barbarians.

      Today, many are uninformed and believe that mission excesses only took place in prior times and today’s preaching works are a ‘good thing.’ But as long as the basic premises and theology that underly all the abuses that took place in the past are not corrected, the result of mission activities will remain the same: Genocide and destruction of all that lies in its way, replacing it with the ‘superior religion and culture’ that most missionaries believe they are delivering.

      In retrospect, these various ethnic cultures were far better off before the introduction of Christianity, as it had nothing better to offer them. In reality, these cultures were decimated, their histories were erased, their cultural traditions eradicated, their former religions destroyed and they were left more unhappy than before the arrival of Christianity.

      There have been many revisions in the teachings of Jesus Christ since it first took hold some 2,000 years ago. But until the xenophobic and iconoclastic teachings of the Bible are corrected, mission activity will yield the same catastrophic results. As taught in the Bible, ‘we can know a tree by its fruit,’ these evangelists need to adopt a more pluralistic theology, recognizing the divinity in other religions and the contributions of other cultures and further recognize that theirs is not the only path to salvation. Suffice it to say, until these things have been corrected, that to label such endeavors for Christ as good works or pious activityis wrong.

      Otherwise, in this modern age, those deemed with good intelligence, who are advanced in philosophy and science, have no other choice than to condemn these preaching activities worldwide, which seek to destroy ethnic cultures. Mission activities need to be monitored and the conversion agenda needs to be reconsidered. The Pope Must Preach Real Harmony, Not Religious Intolerance.

  25. duart maclean

    Well said. More people need to read VoP’s comments concerning Christianity’s misguided and harmful obsession with conversion activities.

  26. Raj

    If we do wrong, we will reap for it. Let’s start doing good and seeing good in others too. Apni beri ke ber mithe na kaho. There is good in all people and religions.

    The best policy is Jio aor jino do. Live and let other live.

    Let’s think and work in such a way which builds and not destroys.

  27. Aniel Patel

    Jai Hind Bhai!

    I thought that Hindu patriotism was buried under the cloud of colonial consciousness that has Indians feeling as though being Hindu is somthing to be ashamed of.

    Well screw them lets revive our great land and culture, Sanatan Dharma will revive and Truth will prevail!

  28. Yam Chand

    #16

    Dear Duart,

    I like your comments, specially about MK Gandhi that due to their civility the British tolerated him and finally granted India Independence. There you are hundred percent correct, and I would also like to add here that even Indira Gandhi would have found some ways to eliminate Gandhi. During her Emergency Rule in 1975 -77, her cruelty against her oppoments increased to such extent that Sir Winston Churchill once commented about her that the way she was ruling India without caring about Human Rights and other morality the British would have ruled India, if they (British) would have done the same way. Darshan Singh Feruman ended his life on Fast unto Death but this witch-lady (as she was called by Richard Nixon) never gave a damn about his demands. She a high price of greed and power hunger.

    I personally feel that GOI needs to discourage religeous conversion and adopt forced family planning to Musims asap to stop muslims becoming a majority. In 1947 when the country was divided India had 7 percent muslims and Pakistan had 25 percent Non muslims, but now Palistan has 1. Percent non muslims and due to various appeasement due to Ote bank politics in India mulsims have grown to 20 percent and this trend must stop asap.

  29. Mandodari Sharma

    This blog is replete with half-baked understanding and reflects a serious inability to think critically.

  30. i am quite disappointed that i dont get to see people in real life, that are on your level guys.
    Since indians are not lagging anyone in their involvement with web 2.0 , i hope more blogs and networks like these, that also appeal to a wider section of the indian population come about to bring great changes.

  31. I love your blog.

    satay

  32. Tolstoy wrote that India is the cradle of the world’s great spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism and others. He was aware of the subtle yet powerful influence that India has exerted on the West over many centuries. This fact is more empirically established today that it was when Tolstoy was alive.

    What distinguishes India among nations is Her extraordinary spiritual & philosophical wealth. If Indians choose to disregard this fundamental historical reality, it will be to India’s detriment and to the detriment of the world. If Indians choose to embrace who they are as a unique people, with a unique destiny and responsibility on this planet then India will shine & prosper, as will other nations and races.

    If Indians choose to deny who they are as a people and cut their link with their spiritual and philosophical roots in favor of a Western outlook and world-view, then India will become simply another over-populated eastern nation struggling to make it materially, competing for financial and military dominance, while sinking under the weight of an exploding population and a diminishing resource base.

    My deepest hope and prayer for all of us, Indian and non-Indian, is that India takes the high road that is rightfully hers: playing the leading role for which she is uniquely designed in the transformation and salvation of our struggling, endangered planet.

  33. Mohan

    Reading through these posts and the blogs, I think I have found a “home”.

    Thank you. Keep up the good work.

  34. Bharath

    Thank you for this blog Sir !! Keep up your good work. Still a lot has to be done.

  35. Natasha

    Copy paste by a chaddi – no description suits you better.

  36. duart maclean

    The world would be better off without Islam. Period.

  37. duart maclean

    Canada is also under threat from Islamic terrorism. The letter below was written to a Canadian-Islamic organization. It is my view on Islam in Canada and why it poses a threat to this nation.

    My letter to a Canadian-Islamic activist website
    August 11, 2010

    Islam in Canada: Mubin Shaikh & the Toronto 18

    Hello,

    Well, I’m not a Muslim, but I have problems with Islam. But then, what the heck, I have problems with most of the world’s religions. Here is my big problem with Islam in Canada. I may be completely off base. But, I doubt it.

    Gandhi really wanted a ‘One India’ state that included Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Pharsees, Jains, etc. He fought hard for it. However, when it became clear that the Muslim League, under the leadership of Jinnah, had no intention of supporting the One Nation idea and instead demanded a separate country for the Muslims (now called Pakistan), Gandhi had no alternative but to acquiesce. But he then insisted that if the Muslim minority in India refused to be a part of a One India nation, then all Muslims must leave and go to Pakistan. Why would a tolerant, universally-minded man such as Gandhi insist on such a thing? His response to this question was as follows: If a new India minus Pakistan were to allow Muslims to remain in India (while their fellow Muslims created a separate Islamic state called Pakistan) that would create an Islamic fifth column in India. And Gandhi, who understood the Muslims very well, saw the danger in this. He understood that the large, silent majority of Muslims in India would covertly support the undermining of a non-Muslim state, in this case a Hindu-dominant India. Gandhi had learned that Muslims have a hidden agenda to dominate wherever they live. If they cannot do it directly by force, they will do it indirectly with the ‘death by a thousand cuts’ approach.

    Now, what does this have to do with Mubin Shaikh? In an interview with Mubin Shaikh, which I recently read, he commented that after he had told the Canadian authorities about the terrorist intentions of the Toronto 18, he received much criticism, including serious threats, from other members of his Muslim community. The silent ones, no doubt. I would like to be reassured that the Muslims I see on the streets here in Montreal, who are apparently good citizens wishing no harm to Canada, are in fact good citizens. But I remember Gandhi’s concern in India. What I’ve observed about Muslims in general, is that while they do not engage in violent actions themselves, they rarely speak against those amongst them who do plan and initiate terrorist actions. In other words, I seriously suspect that a significant number of Muslims in Canada and other countries in which they are a minority, are silently cheering on those Muslims who are willing to engage in terrorism. I’m suggesting that there is an unspoken, implicit agreement among Muslims that Islam must become the dominant ideology anywhere and everywhere Muslims live. And I suspect that the silent ones — the majority — are secret cheer-leaders for those who would do the dirty work of terrorism.

    Now, you may protest that I am wrong. But then, how am I to believe you? Does the Muslim majority stand up and vigorously confront and denounce those Muslims who would engage in or advocate violent Jihad? No, there is mostly silence, and just the occasional individual voice of a very courageous Muslim who may well be risking his or her life by speaking out against the perpetrators.

    Yours truly, Duart Maclean

  38. Satya

    Thank you for the blog. Keep up the good work.

  39. duart maclean

    For the past 40 years I have studied much of philosophy and religion. If our planet does succeed in surviving the current age of technology, it is clear to me that ‘Hinduism’ or the ‘Sanatana Dharma’ or the ‘indigenous spiritual philosophy of India’ — whatever name makes us comfortable — will prevail. Why? Not for any reason other than the fact that the principles and philosophy upon which Hinduism rests will supersede the theologies of all the others. I don’t say this arrogantly or to put down other spiritual and religious systems. I say it because I read, and I think deeply about what I read. The ‘culture’ of Hinduism may change radically, but the underlying philosophy and practices for self-realization will firmly remain. Why? Because they are true and because they work. It’s that simple. We will see the spiritually hungry and intelligent people embrace this ancient knowledge and they will naturally spread it by association.

  40. raju

    A case against casteist daily ‘Rakhewal’

    Due to age-old varna vyavastha there is a strong bias against SCs, STs, OBCs, minorities in our society. This bias is reflected in our education system, too. We have also seen anti-reservation agitations against these weaker sections. This attitude is severely affecting prospects of children of marginalized sections. It is a challenge against their right to development. The case filed by Raju Solanki, secretary of Dalit Hak Rakshak Manch (DHRM), against an influential editor of a prominent Gujarati daily has important significance in this regard.

    Editor of Disha-based ‘Rakhewal’ daily was arrested under Atrocity Act and put behind bars at least for a day and night. This is the first incident in Gujarat and perhaps in entire country in which a media person is implicated under Atrocity Act for his distorted, derogatory and casteist writing. Though court has given him bail, the message is clear for media fraternity. Stop writing casteist, malicious articles or face judicial actions.
    Here is the paragraph of the controversial article which was published in ‘Rakhewal’ daily and for which its editor is being prosecuted:
    ‘In ancient times parents used to send their children to listen to lectures of saints to provide them good company. Children used to visit forest-school (tapovan) for education. In forest-school virtuous rishi munis shaped their characters. Children, who could not attend forest-school, would learn in village schools, where they were taught lessons of good behavior (sadachar) along with education. In modern times children go to schools, where they come in to contact of children of ’inferior caste’ (हलका वर्ण) and learn bad manners. In present day schools children having inherited bad manners (खराब संस्कार) also come to be educated with sons of ’reputed families’ (खानदान कुल). They definitely affect cons of reputed families. In past, only Brahmins were chosen as teachers in pathshalals. Now-a-days, even people of ’backward caste’ (पछात वर्ण) also become teachers by getting benefits of reservation. These teachers can not teach good behaviors (अच्छे संस्कार) to children.’

    Events
    19/12/2008
    The said article was published in Rakhewal, a local daily having significant readership in D. Banaskantha.

    17/09/2009
    A case is filed against editor, printer, publisher and owner of Rakhewal daily, Mr. Tarun Amrutlal Sheth by Raju Solanki, Secretary, Dalit Hak Rakshak Manch in Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s court no. 2 under section 7 (1) (C) of Civil Rights Protection Act, 1955, sections 3 (1) (9) and 3 (1) (10) of Scheduled castes Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocity) Act and Sections 153 (A), 500 and 505 (1) (G) of IPC.
    Hon’ble. CMM held the said offense as of ‘serious nature’ and ordered to send the complaint to Shahibaug Police Station for investigation under section 156 (3) OF IPC and also ordered PI, Shahibaug to submit the report of investigation. Learned advocate Mr. Hirabhai Solanki was present on behalf of DHRM.

    As the matter was not under its jurisdiction, Shahibaug Police Station transferred the complaint to Madhupura Police Station.
    FIR was filed in Madhupura Police Station.
    04/09/2010
    CMM directed ACP, SC-St Cell, Karanj for further investigation on the basis of a written complaint by advocate of DHRM. It was ordered to submit a report within 60 days.

    10/12/2010
    The accused moved Gujarat High Court to quash said complaint under section 482 of IPC. Hon. Court gave oral order to dispose the case ‘expeditiously’

    21/12/2010
    As the matter was deferred to hear bail application, accused Tarun Sheth was sent to Sabarmati jail.

    22/12/2010
    I.C. M.M C.B. Patel gave bail to the accused.

    24/12/2010
    DHRM sent application to 1) Director General of Police and Chief Police Officer, 2) ACP, SC/ST Cell, Karanj and 3) PI., Madhupura Police Station demanding to include one Mr. Sanjay Vora (columnist Suparshwa Mehta of Gujarat Samachar) as co-accused, whose name has been appeared in bail application of Mr. Tarun Sheth. In the bail application Tarun has confessed that Sanjay Vora has given him that poem (!) to print in his daily!!

    Rajesh Parmar
    Co-ordinator, DHRM

  41. Vishvaksenah

    Nice blog.
    Wish you all the best.

  42. Anonymous

    such crap

  43. achuthan

    Thank you for your blog

  44. achuthan

    dear author, how do I mail you in private. I am so glad to have found your blog. I have so much at heart to pour out…. kindly let me know your email Id. Hari om.

  45. duart maclean

    When Anonymous wrote ‘such crap’ was he looking in the mirror as he wrote?

  46. VoP

    From a stack of books ( representing knowledge! ) to now Rangoli(?) picture on home page – why this change Sanjayji?

  47. DineshC

    Excellent work, Sanjay, keep it up.
    I’m proud of my being Hindu. Hinduism is the only original religion which has a vast followings. There are also some small ones like Jews and Parsis
    , etc. Rest all are converts, some started converting 2100 years ago and some about 1430 years ago.

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  49. tomasz

    a briliant webside, please keep up with good job.. You are just telling the truth… India is a great country with great spiritual traditions and culture – the more thoughtful individuals of many races/colours and whatever else are just starting to see it;)

  50. Hahahahahaha… I too like to call a spade a spade — drink two large pegs of cow-piss and shove this blog up your ass.

    • ss

      Mohammad used to recommend camel urine to his followers to cure various illnesses.

      • @SS, LMAO… Well then, have a cocktail of cow-piss and camel urine. It will be double the fun.

        For a real great kick consume it with all the shit prescribed by all bloody religionists.

        God will surely cure all your illnesses… lolz

        • ss

          Mentally ill are those who claim “Our God is true, your God is false” and “You are going to hell, we are going to heaven” and “We are clean, you are unclean.” You belong to one of them, don’t you?

          • Eh joker, “My god is true, all others are false idols” is the basic premise of monotheism. Pointing this out does not make someone intolerant.

            This “belief” of monotheism has resulted in genocide of natives across multiple continents. Where genocide was not possible, deculturization was instituted with utmost guile.

            I suggest you stop pushing Jesus’s (or should I say Titus Flavius’s) vile cult onto the natives who want nothing to do with it. If you are a convert, have some respect for yourself and stop worshipping the people who spit on you and your ancestors.

          • @SS, the belief in God itself is a delusion. There is no God. Hence all Gods are figments of human imagination. People believe in God or Gods just to satisfy their emotional needs. People have a need to believe in God or Gods. The priests, molvis/mullahs, clergy, etc. are well aware of this “need”. They make a good use of the God delusion to manipulate simple and innocent people.

            Using the God delusion to manipulate the masses, the priests, molvis/mullahs, clergy, and politicians have caused so much bloodshed in the entire world including India.

            If God really exists then why are there so many different religions in the world? (What is ‘logical’ according to one religion is ‘illogical’ according to another religion. The truth is that no religion is based on logic, but on emotions. Not that emotions are undesirable, but reality is independent of anybody’s emotions)

            My dear SS, wake up and smell the coffee! Do you have any logical answers or explanations for the following: –

            => Why can’t God prevent evil on this planet?

            => Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able to do so? In that case he is not powerful.

            => Is God able to prevent evil, but not willing to do so? In that case he is evil himself.

            => Is God both willing and able to prevent evil? If that is true then from where does evil come?

            => Is God neither willing nor able to prevent evil? If that is true why call him God?

            => Who created God or Gods? If you believe that God or Gods can exist all by themselves, or some ultimate creator can exist all by himself, then why can’t you believe that the Universe can exist all by itself? What is the difference?

            => Why didn’t Vedas, Bible, Quran, Avesta, Torah, Talmud, or any other holy book lead to the discovery of penicillin, streptomycin, or any other life-saving antibiotic? Was cow and camel urine all that God had to offer us? LOLZ

            => We have all heard of the so called miracles in which God heals this thing or that thing… Why doesn’t God heal amputees? Show me one single case in which God or Gods have healed an amputee… LMAO

            …………………

            >>> I use the word “He” to refer to God. I could have also used “She” or “He or She”, but I used “He” just to keep things simple and NOT because I am a sexist / male chauvinist.

            >>> I highly appreciate it that the admin has not deleted any of my posts. Thank you for that.

            • Dear Mr Atheist aka Dawkins (‘The God Delusion’)

              Don’t be so primitive. Every yogi, swami, serious Hindu, etc, knows that ‘God’ is just another name for ‘Being-Consciousness’. And you must believe in consciousness, because you do have enough of it to be able to read, even though, as is evident, you can’t think.

              • Dear Mr. Duart,

                So, do you agree that “God” does not mean a “creator” (aka “dictator”)?

                • Whatever the exact nature of ‘being-consciousness’ it is not accessible via empiricism. Consciousness is not accessible by scientific enquiry, even though it’s ‘reality’ is unquestionable. Same thing for ‘Being’. Of course, this is beyond the scope of scientist Dawkin’s British empiricist mind. Only someone who has become able to arrive at a state of ‘no-thought’ while in a fully conscious state can grasp this. It is known intuitively and directly, not empirically. Consciousness is not a ‘thing’ which can be observed or measured. But it is not ‘nothing’ either. When non-reflective people think of God (as a creator) they go to the nearest analogy and assume that ‘God’ must create in a way similar to how an artist or an artisan creates. Or that maybe God is a ‘dictatorial’ Intelligence that has a vested interest. Of course, this is child-like thinking. If you are open to digging into some serious Indian philosophy, I recommend reading the ‘Shiva Sutras’ with commentary by Ksemaraja. Also, anything said or written by Ramana Maharshi is a very worthwhile study as well.

                  • Dear Mr. Duart,

                    I appreciate your writings on your blog, “Being & Consciousness”. I also appreciate your previous reply. I’ll come back to that in a minute, but first things first…

                    (Let us not deviate from the topic).

                    If this blog (Indian Realist) is about exposing the evil designs of Christian missionaries and Christian fanatics, that is fine.

                    If it is about exposing the evil designs of Islamic missionaries and Islamic fanatics, that is fine.

                    If it is about exposing the evil designs of some other religious fanatics or some other ideology, that is fine too.

                    However, anybody can notice that this blog is trying to justify or mitigate Hindu extremism. Here is an example: –

                    Click on “August 2008” archive of this blog ( https://indianrealist.wordpress.com/2008/08/ ). The first post on the page reads, “Picture of a Christian victim designed to evoke sympathy. Corresponding pictures of Hindu victims are missing…” The author of this blog has posted the above in response to http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/aug/31orissa.htm

                    Dear Mr. Duart, do two wrongs make a right!? Does your hatred of Christian missionaries make you blind to the atrocities committed by Hindu fanatics on this little girl!? If, in your own words, the “pictures of skeletal women holding bloated, sick babies” made you cry, why doesn’t this picture make you cry?

                    I am aware of Muslim and Christian extremism and the pictures of Hindu victims make my heart bleed, but no sir, I can’t use one atrocity to justify or mitigate another atrocity.

                    Instead of pandering to people’s hatred, you can also persuade them with love. If you really love India, compare this blog with the teachings and practices of Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. I have my own set of differences of opinion with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, but I am trying to point out the sharp contrast between ideologies of love and hate.

                    What can we expect from a blog that tries to justify or mitigate Hindu extremism? It is openly trying to provoke and recruit Hindu fanatics and extremists.

                    Now coming back to your previous reply… Dear Mr Duart, if you are open to digging into some serious empirical studies of ‘consciousness’ and ‘altered states of consciousness’ I would suggest a simple Google search on “electroencephalography (EEG) and consciousness”, and “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and consciousness”.

                    I am fully aware of Transcendental Meditation. May I also suggest Herbert Benson’s “The Relaxation Response”. It is the same thing MINUS the “snake-oil” of spirituality, divinity, and rituals!

                    Dear Mr Duart, what can be achieved with Yoga and meditation can also be achieved with simple, down-to-earth, NON-hallowed-be-thy-name approaches (e.g. Herbert Benson’s Relaxation Response, Jacobson’s Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Johannes Heinrich Schultz’s Autogenic Training, diaphragmatic breathing, visualization, self-hypnosis, flotation therapy, etc. If you want I can go on and on, but that would be off-topic).

                    I am not aware of Shiva Sutras or Ksemaraja. Thank you for telling me. I’ll read about that.

                    In a battle of love and hate, I hope love wins .

                    • Hello Abdul,

                      Thank you for your heart felt communication. For me, a Hindu is not someone who is born into a Hindu family. A Hindu is someone who embraces the essential teachings of an ancient spiritual/philosophical tradition commonly referred to as ‘Hinduism’. From this perspective, anyone who murders or tortures a child, a mother, a father or any innocent civilian is not a Hindu — no matter what he claims or how he dresses or whether or not he performs pujas or who his parent are. In the Gita, Krishna urges Arjuna to fight his battle with the opposing army, because that is his Dharma as a prince and a warrior. Fair enough. It’s soldier to soldier for a valid reason, i.e., the usurpation of a kingdom from its rightful monarch. Ahimsa (non-violence) is the leading ethical principle underlying Hinduism. Therefore, I consider those who harm innocent civilians or abuse innocent animals to be non-Hindu — no matter what their race, professed religion or colour they carry. Thus there are some non-violent Muslims who are more rightfully Hindu than some so-called Hindus who engage in violence. It’s not about the Name, its about the State of Consciousness!

                      Unfortunately, India has been taken over by crowd of materialists (beginning with Nehru) whose great desire is to see the eradication of Hinduism from Indian soil. It is here that the true Hindus must fight their battle. But this battle should not be physical. It should be fought on a much higher level. Sri Ravi Shankar is fighting the right battle. He is non-violent, and he is demonstrating love-in-action through his programs of development combined with spiritual practice and teaching. He is showing up as a true Hindu sage/activist. As Jesus said, ‘By their fruits you will know them’. Gandhi said the same thing, and all of India’s great sages, rishis and yogis over the past 5000 years would nod their heads in agreement.

                      I believe that the Hindu majority should assert itself in the land of its origins, but not through the use of violence, rather through intelligent debate, non-violent activism and compassion. Anything less is not the Hinduism which I love and embrace.

                      Best wishes

                      PS No matter how sophisticated medical technology is at this point, it will only be able to address the ‘contents’ of consciousness and never consciousness itself, because consciousness is not subject to observation or measurement. As Ramana Maharshi emphasized, ‘The only way to know the Self is to be the Self.’

  51. Michael J J

    Namaste to All,

    I am a German Catholic , living in India for the past 8 years for research purposes. I have travelled extensively in India and have interacted with various sects. There is no doubt that that certain denominations of Christianity, live evangelists are exploiting Indians and are trying to increase their numbers by promising monetory and non-monetory gifts. The funding to these organizations , which I call unchristian , has to be intensively investigated.

    Unfortunately , the ruling system in India , doesn’t seem to be interested to put their feet down as they could be afraid of a major backlash from a considerable vote bank.

    It is extremely unfortunate , that many a Hindu feels insecure in their own country,because of such activities.While declaring India as a Hindu nation, like the Islamic world , may not be ideal or realistic because of the vividness of this great country. It is high time authorities act on compelled conversion.

    The majority feeling marginalized , could lead to a major fight back , which will not only affect the minority groups which indulge in such unholy acts , but also a majority within the minority who are peacefully following their religion.

    Thanks. God Bless all.

    • Nanu Asari

      India is a secular country and every religion has its innate right to preach their tenets among themselves and with others. What about Hare krishna groups in Europe? Has Europe banned them? Are Indian Christians offended to see European hare krishna members? Why should a European be offended to see Indian Christians? Of course, cooercion or using unethical means including promising monetory or non-monetory benefits is unacceptable. However, a large number of conversions to Christianity takes place not because of any coercions, but because of spiritual freedom they enjoy through prayers, and deliverance from spiritual bondage. I’ve personally spoken to several such converts, some of them finally very well off who don’t need any promise of any funds. What they testify is of deliverance from spiritual bondages. This is not to denegrade any other religion, but to speak the truth as to why so many are attracted to the message of Christ Jesus. What you can do is to contact such converts and find out first hand what was the reason behind their conversion, rather than make sweeping accusations against the Evangelicals.

      • Indian Realist

        Do Christians recognise the right of non-Christians to proselityse to Christians? Anyway, the spread of monotheistic fundamentalism in place of pluralist paganism is bad for the world. Monotheism is spiritual fascism.

      • Bhushan

        Yes, I know many converts first hand. They were given money, a bottle of alcohol, asked to eat beef, Hinduism insulted (and whites praised), brainwashed that they will be given jobs and money if they get more people, asked to ‘enjoy women and wine and made to believe that monogamy is for ignorant fools. Sometimes Godman, sodomosing, ‘priests’ or ‘fathers’ promised them that they will cure them of their illness, by giving them water with paracetamols 9which they did not disclose). But they remain ‘dalit’ christians. And yes, officially and legally all of those converts remain ‘dalits’ on governnment records.

    • Sandeep

      @Micahel JJ,
      “I am a German Catholic , living in India for the past 8 years for research purposes. I have travelled extensively in India and have interacted with various sects. There is no doubt that that certain denominations of Christianity, live evangelists are……monetory and non-monetory gifts. The funding to these organizations , which I call unchristian , has to be intensively investigated.”
      Why are you excluding catholics?
      What if I can prove a major funding of this comes from Germany and all these type of activites are promoted ‘also’ by Catholic church?
      Will you be ready to investigate?

      regards

      • Sandeep

        1) Name of the organisation: The Catholic Media Council (CAMECO) is a consultancy specialising in media and communications in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific. CAMECO offers its services to local partners, organisations that are active in delivering media assistance, and to donors – among them many faith-based agencies.CAMECO is especially concerned with empowering community and development-oriented media initiatives and strengthening the presence of the Church in the media as well as enhancing the importance of the media within the Church.
        2) Type of Activites it promotes in INDIA can be gauged from this article :
        “SAMSKRITI: Trying to Fill a Vaccum”(http://www.cameco.org/mediaforum_pdf/mf04972.pdf)
        2.a) The article describes an organisation aptly named ‘Samskriti’ (Institute of Cultural Research and Action) run by a Christian Padre Fr.P.J.Josephs.
        b) Samskriti’s ‘laudable’ objectives are to “protect” simple ‘local cultures’ from being eliminated by dominant ‘brahminic’ ‘dominant culture’

        3) Please see Page.3 to know their regard for other cultures.

        Regards
        Sandeep

  52. Nanu Asari. No doubt another anglo-indian who never bothered to study Indian philosophy or scripture with any kind of depth.

  53. @ Nanu Asari, STOP JUSTIFYING PROSELYTIZATION. It is not acceptable in India! Period.

  54. American yogi

    Nanu Ansari,

    What spiritual freedom are you talking about?

    Christianity is a dogmatic cult – no thinking is allowed. Hence Christian history is replete of burning scientists and anyone who dares to differ or question!

    Read the book on The Dark side of Christianity – By Helen Ellerbe.

  55. Vivek

    Im very very happy to have found your blog!!!!!!

    I feel the same way as you. we need more people like us in India today.

    KEEP UP THE FIGHT!!!

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  57. Raju Charles

    “The constitution is the guide,which I never will abandon”.
    George Washington
    India is failing! India’s failure to uphold its own secular constitution is hurting the political stability of the largest democracy. Freedom of religion is a fundamental right guaranteed under article 25 of the constitution of India. If India wants a seat in the UNSC, please extend affirmative action to Dalit Christians and Muslims! Not just to Hindus and Sikhs. We want freedom of religion like the Hindus enjoy in the West. You don’t enter somebody’s kitchen and rearrange it. Indian Christians are not asking the holy cow to be barred from city streets or the market place, so how do Hindu fundamentalists come to the West and ask the people remove ten commandments and the holy cross?

    While the BJP and the Sangh Parivar openly oppose Dalits Christians and Muslims equal opportunities in education and employment, the Communist and the Congress are shedding crocodile tears and oppose Dalit Christians and Muslims from the back. Dalits will not be intimidated by evil forces, we shall over come one day. Look at the old Soviet Union, the resurrection of Christianity.

    • Indian Realist

      Do you know what promises Christian leaders gave to Hindu leaders in return for the right to proselytize when the constitution was being written? Their promises are there in the debates in the constituent assembly. Foolish Hindu leaders fell for the trap. Not a single of those promises has been kept..

      • Anonymous

        what promise are you talking about ? Please don’t blame Christians for incompetent leaders. Freedom of religion is Dalits birth right. Dalit Christians stand for peace and progress in India. Dalits are not a threat to Hinduism or national security! The casteist/racist, christian hating,neo-Nazi mentality will not help India or save Hinduism.Be fair to all, just like in the west. Native Dalits are not going to run away! We are ready to take on anyone and willing to sacrifice for Christian rights in India. Dalits rights are human right,not just Hindu and Sikhs. Hindus wants freedom from Christianity,holy molly holy cow!
        Liberty and Justice to all in the American way!
        Have a smiley day!
        RC
        USA

        • ss

          Do Christians recognize the right of non-Christians to convert Christians? Maybe this freedom of religion thing should start with the church?

    • JGN

      Raju Charles, did any one prevent you from getting educated and persuing your trade/calling? Once having reached Amrika by making the best use of the infrastructure available in India, you guys start balaming all and sundry!

      What makes you think that Pagans/Hathens/Kafirs in India are sitting ducts and will allow you to slaughter them without any resistance, for establishing the Kingdom of God, when the Islamic Invaders and European Christian Colonizers failed to achieve that in nearly 900 years of their rule prior to 1947?

      • JGN

        Pl read as (1)………..you guys start blaming all and sundry!
        2)………Pagans/Hathens/Kafirs in India are sitting ducks

  58. “The radiance of consciousness-bliss in the form of one awareness, shining in the same way within and without, is the supreme and blissful primal reality whose form is silence and which is declared by jnanis to be the final and incontrovertible state of true knowledge.” Muruganar

    “Only humility can destroy the ego. The ego keeps you far away from God. The door to God is open, but the lintel is very low. To enter one has to bend.” Ramana Maharshi

  59. Raju Charles

    Caste India for UNSC!
    Those who dare to violate the ‘ban’ face abuse, threats from caste Hindus

    After several years of struggle and agitation, the Dalits of Perali village in Perambalur district say they continue to face discrimination at the hands of caste Hindus.

    They still cannot ride a bicycle on streets where upper caste members reside. Those who dare to violate the ‘ban’ face abuse and threats.

    In 2002, the All India Democratic Women’s Association organised an agitation in the village, forcing the district administration to intervene. A group of Dalit boys and girls cycled along the upper caste streets under the supervision of Revenue officials. The freedom was short-lived.

    Dalits students of the Government Higher Secondary School in the village still cannot take the upper caste streets though it is a shorter, safe route.

    They have get down from the bicycle and push it or go via the busy Perambalur-Ariyalur High Road , says 49-year-old N. Ayyakannu, a real estate broker. Even the postmaster, a Dalit, cannot ride his bicycle on the upper caste streets.

    “After all the representations and agitations many of us are fed up and have come to the conclusion that things will not change,” he says.

    Dalits constitute a minority in the village.

    Many among them have to work as agricultural labourers for the affluent and dominant caste Hindus and can hardly afford to go against the wishes of their employers.

    Dalits are not allowed to enter the temple on the upper caste street, says Mr. Ayyakannu.

    ‘The two-tumbler system’ is prevalent in some of the tea shops, says Arumugam, a 70-year-old agricultural labourer. “The system is followed except in two shops. We cannot even sit as equals with caste Hindus on the benches at the tea shops.”

    Though the village has a library, Dalit youth can only sit on the floor, says Suresh, a Dalit boy.

    Charge denied

    K. Padaikathu, president of the village panchayat, who belongs to the upper caste community, denied there was any ban on Dalits cycling through the upper caste streets.

    When probed further, he conceded that there could be a few minor issues, but maintained there were no major problems in the village.

    “Such problems were there some years back when I was young. But now, we co-exist peacefully.”

    Asked about Dalits being denied admission to the temple, Mr.Padaikathu said there were separate temples in upper caste and Dalit streets and there was agreement that the two communities would worship separately.

    • ss

      Hilarious — coming from people who won’t allow Dalit Christians to be buried in “upper-caste” Catholic graveyards, where catholics and protestants cut each other throats, declare everyone else as worshipping the devil and curse every race as going to hell. The killers of Red Indians, the slave masters of Blacks and the masters of the Inquisition have taken it upon themselves to teach the world some equality — the rest of humanity should be on guard.

      • Anonymous

        You are absolutely right these churches must be closed down for good for the sake of humanity. Will you able to organize a protest to expose the evil character of caste christians. Caste is hateful to god .

  60. Avinashk1975@rediffmail.com

    Raju Charles, will the Dalits go to heaven or hell as per the revelations made in the Holy Bible?

    • Raju Charles

      Jesus the Dalit ! will you dare to call Krishna the Dalit ?
      GOd created man in his own image ! In God’s image he created male and female, Adam and Eve ! Caste has no place in God’s kingdom!
      Heaven is a happy place ! all are children of God !
      Please read Revelation the last book of the Bible/”Desire of Ages,by Ellen G White .
      May the undeserved kindness of the Lord Jesus be with you and your family!
      John 3;16, God’s promise to all of us! Amazing grace!

      • JGN

        Raju Charles, did I ask u to give me any Bible class? My question is “will the Dalits go to heaven or hell as per the revelations made in the Holy Bible”? Just answer this question.

        It is man who created Gawd in his own image; if horse have hands, they will darw their Gawds as Horses only. They will never ever draw their Gawd as Lion or Tiger!!!

  61. Any form of prejudice on the basis of caste, race, colour, religion, sex, age, income, education, etc. goes completely counter to the example and teachings of the sages and avatars of all cultures and religions. Such people have no right to call themselves Hindus or Buddhists or Christians, etc. They make a mockery of their respective religions and undermine the very foundations of civil society.

  62. Kumar Iyer

    Per chance stumbled on this site. Great i did.

  63. The system of oppression against dalits, women, etc has absolutely no basis in the Upanishads, which form the core of Indian philosophy and spiritual teaching. The very principle of ahimsa (non-violence, non-suppression) is at the heart of Vedanta. So, it is a serious error to project our justified anger at the abuse of dalits and other groups onto Hinduism in its essential form. Those Indians who oppress others in the name of Hinduism are not true Hindus. At best, they are immitators. They are the equivalent of the Catholic inquisitors who tortured and murdered both Christians and non-Christians in the name of Jesus.

  64. JGN

    Native Dalits are not going to run away!…………….thus spake a low-life convrt sitting in Yankee land!!!!!!!!

  65. Yam Chand

    Dalits were not created by any religion, but as practiced then victor Aryans enslaved the local populace. Such system aws prevalent in other societies too during early world history. And later those Aryans in society too who couldn’t practice Hindu rituals were condemned to be dalits as punishment.

    This divide proved to be very harmful to Hindus, as millions of Hindus were defeated by a handful of invaders from NW in all history of India, because only Kshatriya/Rajput were supposed to fight, but Brahmins, Vaishyas and Shudras never cared who ruled them and never took part in wars with invaders, which meant that India was always ruled by some kind of foreigner and Hindus never ruled from Delhi after 1192.

    • Very interesting! Yet, there have been great Hindu kings in the past. The best way to strengthen Hinduism throughout India and around the world is to study it and live it in its original form, i.e., as understood through the Upanishads. Even as pure and wise a modern sage as Ramana Maharshi has paid great homage to the Upanishads as well as to classical Saivite texts. The emphasis of these teaching is never on rituals or issues of status, but on knowledge of the Self through direct experience and spiritual practice; then…. living it in daily life, including political, economic, social and environmental.

  66. JGN

    Yamraj, the Indian society had shown exceptional unity when it mattered. Present day India is the only place where the followers of two marauding religions failed to completely wipe out the native culture and civilization. Where are the Islamic Invaders and European Colonizers? Have we not driven them out lock stock and barrel?

    One can understand the Islamic invaders and European colonizers (and their progenies) telling that some Aryans had banged your females before they came here and banged some of our ancestors but why should the Indians in present day India swallow that hook, line and sinker?

    • Yam Chand

      Jagan,

      Yes, we now have a “Vishal-Bharat”, thanks to human rights abiding and benevolent British power during Winston Churchil ( sadly we no longer have such gesture in Azaad Bharat, where all opposition leaders including the dynamic JPjee, were put in jail, just to remain in power by Indira Gandhi and Annaji, Ramdev like Anti-corruption crusaders are victimized now). We Hindus never contemplated having India of the size we have now. British fought Burmese King and had India beyond Assam or other large part of present India, Bangla Desh and Pakistan. Which war we fought by ourselves?

      Gandhiji and Nehru company never dared to rule India combined with Pakistan with a far and beyond marginalized Hindus in the British Indian army where including Muslim/Sikh/Gorkha numbered more than 68% of the soldiers, whereas Hindu/Christian/Dalit combined numbered only 32%. By this composition of that strong army Gandhi/Nehru/Patel trio only feared coup-de-tat by Muslim majority/Hindu minority army. Which all means that this trio was in reality more responsible of creating Pakistan out of India, not to mention about the death (or murder?) of millions of Hindus and Sikhs trying to migrate to India. This trio is more responsible than Jinnah or the British for that episode. Gandhiji even feared to rule India along with Netaji Subhash and the later was compelled to join hands with the Japanese.

  67. JGN

    Yam Chand, so the “human rights abiding and benevolent Britishers” came all the way from U.K. to a God-foresaken-place like the Indian sub-continent for uniting the same and left the place as soon as that task was accomplished!!!!!! What an idea Sirji.

    Then how come they failed to unite Europe under their own nose and following their own religion? There are many countries smaller than our little Goa in Europe.

    India was culturally one since time immemorial. Adi Shankara had established his Four Maths at four parts of the Country. If the place was not culturally one, no power on earth would have been able to unite the same. Even when the Britishers left in 1947, there were nearly 600 princely states in India. Credit for merging them all and creating a country called Union of India should go the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, V.P.Menon and millions of freedom fighters.

    Pl go to the offical web of Pakistan (or search for Chaudhary Rehmat Ali) to know why Pakistan was created. The creation of Pakistan was with the lofty objective of Islamization of the whole of Asia from Moroco to Indonesia, an idea that miserably failed. Religion is NOT a binding factor. Had it been the case, East and West Pakistan would not have become two in less than 25 years.

    • Anonymous

      Jaganbhai,

      We can take pride only about the ages of Adi Shankacharya or Lord Rama or Krishna, but even during Treta Yug of Rama or Dwapar Yug of Krishna had divided India with so many Kingdoms and classified society of 4 varnas when Dalits were victimised and Lord Rama killed Shudra Shambook for his guilt of reading vedas. None of the Hindus past had India bordering Kashmir to Kanya Kumari and Gujrat to Myanmar, never, only British gave us this on a silver-platter and British always honoured Gandhiji’s “Stayagrah”, unlike Indira’s “Feruman” and emergency episode or present day Telangana, Anna, Ramdev episodes, where parties in power never want to allow satyagrah like movement.

      What about the time when Prithvi Raj Chauhan lost the seat of Delhi for ever for foreigners. Why couldn’t we join hands together with Chauhan and fight Muslims? And when british came in India, how was India ruled? There was no sign of Hindu India untill British defeated each and every King, Sultan, Nawab, or prince.

      You are talking about 600 principalities and states, but which of these 600 Princely state had an army, as they all were ruling under the British Raj and most of these Princely states were taken by us by cheating on the pretext that there will be a “Privy purse” if they surrendered their states, but this promise was not kept and most of these Princes ended becoming destitutes.

      I don’t think we have a glorious past after 1192 and I give credit to British for making unified India so large.
      Vande Mataram!

    • Yam Chand

      Why didn’t British try to unite Europe? Well, you need to study European history. Europe was ruled by various strong power houses like Greeks, Romans, French, Spanish, Portugese, Dutch, Danes and not a simple playground like Asia, America, Afrika, Australia. There was a strong competition among all Europeans how to colonize different parts of the world.

      But the fact is that India was very prosperous/fertile country divided into many parts. Two month’s tilling in field were enough to feed for a year, whereas there was no food production in the UK climate was very harsh to live in. This was one of the reasons they had to look for land with better climate, better food production and they colonized almost more than half of the Earth. India was very fertile, but this made the people very lazy and non-combatants. They never gave a good fight to invaders and easily accepted them as their rulers no matter who they were.

      Hindus are still in very large numbers because barring very few rulers all Muslim rulers were not fanatics and never tried to convert locals. And luckily for us British were not Roman Catholics like Spanish/French/Spanish otherwise they would convert almost all Indians.

      I stick to my idea that Gandhi/Nehru/Patel combined were not comfortable to rule India combined with Muslim with Muslim majority/Hindu minority British Indian Army. They were paranoid about ruling martial-race or even with Netaji. They campaigned to recruit hundreds of thousand Indians into British army during WW2, even propagated the population that only after you fight bravely for British Swaraj will be gained, meaning that British will give freedom to India only after Indians die for them in WW2.

      • JGN

        Yam Chand, I m just wodering which Hisotry Book you have studied. Pl download and read: “ASIA AND WESTERN DOMINANCE. BY K. M. PANIKKAR”. You will have a better understanding of the motives of European colonizers and who divided the Hindus and Muslims.

  68. I find it hard to believe that Lord Rama would have executed a Dalit for looking at the Vedas. That was a long time ago and where, exactly, is any real evidence? The world has changed greatly since the time of the British Raj and many aspects of traditional Hinduism may not be so relevant in modern times. I admit I could be wrong on this, as I am not a born Hindu nor an Indian. The philosophical core of Hinduism is, however, timeless and true. And it is this core that must be brought out vigorously and without apology, because it is a true and fundamental knowledge that is lacking in all of the other world religions and of which science is absolutely ignorant. This core, as represented by the Upanishads, Adi Sankara, etc, is the world’s best kept secret. Our western ontologists – such as Sartre, Husserl and Heidegger – have tried to grasp the true nature of being and consciousness, but from a biased western view. None of them make any reference to Indian philosophy and their thinking is purely eurocentric. What these ontological philosophers miss in their brilliant but flawed writings is fully captured in Indian philosophy, and not just ancient Indian philosophy. Modern sages such as Ramana Maharshi, Nisargadatta and Muruganar elucidate a philosophy of being and consciousness that completes what is only partially grasped in the west. This is the real wealth of India and it is a wealth worth fighting for — not only for India, but for all of humankind and for the very planet itself.

    • Yam Chand

      Dear Duart,

      I agree Hindu epics like Ramayana or Mahabharata are just mythology and Hindus trust these books. Ramayana was in Treta-Yug about 1000,000 ago and Mahabharata was in Dwapar-Yug which is said to be 600,000 years ago (As per Hindu belief, Satya-yug is 17, 28,000 years, Treta-yug is 12,96,000, Dwapar -yug is 864,000 years, and Kali-yug is 432,000), so there are no proofs like in modern type of history, but if you believe Ramayana then you have to believe that Lord Rama killed Shudra scholar Shambook, Bali, and Ravana. In some respect all these three so called villains were more ethical than Rama. Only crime Shambook did was he studied books about Hindu religion, Bali was killed from behind without giving a chance of defence, which was against Hindu cult even in the time of King Prithvi Raj Chauhan (Muhammad Ghori was spared by him due to this Hindu culture), and Ravana never tried to exploit Seeta Maiyya against her will.

      Of course, Hindu religion is the oldest and have many good tenets, but sometimes very impractical, like when Mahmud Gajanavi was looting Somnath temple for 17 times, Hindus never fought but called/prayed their Gods to help. Hindus never attacked enemies after sunset or before sunrise, only kshatriya/Rajput fought and all other three castes (Brahmin/Vaishyas/Shudra) overlooked foreign aggression at all times, which were some of the reasons Muslims, with such a small population with small army, captured India so easily .

      Thanks
      Yam

      • ss

        Will you stop spreading your missionary propaganda here?

        • Yam Chand

          SS,

          No my dear, Hindus can never be missionaries, because there is no provision in Hinduism to accept from outside due to class society. Hinduism is a “one-way traffic” where a Hindu may go out but can come back only as a Dalit and there is no way outsider can convert to this religion.

          • JGN

            Yamraj, Hindus do not tell anyone that unles you get some dirty water spinkled on your head or get a small portion of your nunni chopped-off, you will burn in hell fire for eternity. They allow every one to reach the Heaven in their own way!

            As for one way traffic, it is your Pislam that is a one way traffic, you can enter but cannot leave. Death penalty has been prescribed in the Q-Book for any leaving the cult.

            And of course the Hindus do not engage theequivalent of Missionaries for sellting their culture and civilization to any Tom Dick and Harry. There are some organizations like Arya Samaj, Iskon, etc converting the outsiders to their version of Hindusim.

  69. JGN

    Mr. Duart, Ramayana and Mahabharata are Epics (Stories) containing some morals and universal truth. They are not records of hisotrical events. There are many versions of Ramayana. I have not read about the killing of any Shambook in the version of Ramayana most popular in Kerala and also doubt whether such an episode is mentioned even in Valmiki Ramayana. Valmiki himself was supposed to be a tribal dacoit. When a triabl dacoit was able to get such a command in Sanskrit language, why any one else at that time would have been denied education or even reading of the Vedas? The world “dalit” itself was coined very recently.

    In Vedic Era, the caste was determined by Profession and not vice-versa. Dronacharya was a Brahmin who was teaching Archery to the Pandavas and Kauravas and fought in the Mahabharata war from the side of the Kauravas. His birth as a brahmin did not prevent him from fighting in a war.

    Lord Krishna was a Yadav who would have been classified as an OBC today. Veda Vyasa was the son of a Rishi (Saint) and a Fisher-woman (Satyavati) , who later became the Queen of Hastinapura and Rajmata also! Dritarashtra, Pandu and Sanjaya were sons of Veda Vyasa. There are dozens of such examples from Indian Epics.

    Ancient centres of learning in India, viz. Nalanda and Taxshila had students from all over the world. It is hard to beleive that any local student would have been denied a change to get educatted there.

    Education was NOT a paying proposition till the Britishers started employing Clerks. So there were not many takers for education at that time.

  70. When I was younger I was interested in religion, later I became more interested in philosophy. At the core of every theology there must be a philosophy, just as at the core of science there must be philosophy. Philosophy establishes first principles upon which everything else is built. So, as much as I appreciate Indian culture, colour and rituals, my main concern is with Hinduism’s first principles. First principles are universal, and so are not subject to cultural and historical conditions. Hinduism is so old and has such a rich literature that we could argue eternally about this and that, and who’s right and who’s wrong in their interpretation of what Hinduism really stands for.

    What stands out for me vis-a-vis Hinduism (and it radical uniqueness) are the concepts of Self, Brahman, Sakti, Being-Consciousness, Grace, etc, which are presented so brilliantly, so cogently and with such completeness by great Hindu sages such as Vasista, Adi Sankara and Ramana Maharshi that by comparision, in my eyes at least, western philosophy looks pitiable. The knowledge of these sages transcends culture, history and ritual. Their knowledge is at the Heart of Hinduism, and it is this Heart of Hinduism that I embrace. I can never be an indian in this life-time, but I can dive deeply into this ocean of wisdom and liberation that has been given to me clothed as Hinduism. Thus, in the esoteric sense, I am a Hindu.

  71. i love your spirit, we need to change completely if we wish to save our society from complete destruction that is approaching us.

  72. A child is born and it is clothed in a diaper. It becomes a youngster and wears shorts and a T-shirt. As an adolescent it wears jeans and cool shirts. As an adult it dresses in a business suit. As an old man it spends most of its time in pajamas. Religions are like this. They change their outer garb over time. But….the core of the man and the core of the religion never change. This is what we must distinguish in Hinduism — the inner significance versus the outer presentation in any given period of history. Hinduism deals specifically with Brahman, Sakti and the timeless, spaceless, causeless, immortal Self: the Being-Consciousness. This is Hinduism in its essence. If Hinduism is to survive and flourish, this fundamental fact must never be overlooked. When we focus on the externals of Hinduism we lose sight of what Hinduism, at its Heart, truly is. As an anglo-Canadian, it is in this sense and this sense alone that I am a Hindu. And it is this essence of Hinduism that the millions of Westerners who have taken up the practice of Yoga, must be presented with. As it stands currently, most Western practitioners of Yoga think that Yoga is primarily asanas and breathing exercises, and this must be corrected. Asanas and pranayama support spiritual practice, such as meditation, but the road to Realization is Self-enquiry combined with a thorough understanding of the ontology at the basis of Hinduism, an ontology that is well presented in the Upanishads, the Gita, the Yoga-Vasistha, Shankara’s ‘Crest Jewel of Discrimination’ and many other similar texts. It is also well understood by Hinduism’s true sages, that jnana and bhakti are not fundamentally different from one from the other — that is, the practice of jnana yoga is bhakti and the practice of bhakti yoga is jnana. A final note: the principle of ahimsa, which is so fundamental to Hinduism, automatically rules out any form of inequality, discrimination, abuse, ridicule or unkindness.

  73. Vineet Bhardwaj

    Hi

    Where are you these days?

    Nothing after Dec 2011 entry of blog.

    Keep it going lest people will lose interest.

    Keep up the good work. Let all the right minded Bharatiyas unite since net is only the best forum for us since Media is dominated by Congress / Left and psuedo secular stooges.

    Regards
    Vineet

  74. Anonymous

    Thank you very much for voicing the concerns of silent majority of India.

  75. kishore

    Dear director in Christ
    My heartily greetings to you in the precious name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
    Thank you for email; I believe and pray that the Lord would permit you to come to India definitely. You can understand the ministries that have been going well in India for the expansion of thy kingdom. I hope that God open doors to work together to further work in India. I have attached a file which gives you a picture of my ministry in India.
    I would like to introduce myself to you through this letter once again.
    I, M.John kishore kumar, pastor and child evangelist in India.

    ‘’ TYCHICUS WILL TELL YOU ALL THE NEWS ABOUT ME.HE IS A DEAR BROTHER, A FAITHFUL MINISTER AND FELLOW SERVANT IN THE LORD’’. — COLOSSIANS: 4:7

    I am a B.A, student, trained pastor and trained child evangelist from a very long time. I have been visiting about forty neighboring villages in Andhra and Karnataka states of India and spending my time in spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ in all villages and homes with purity of mind.

    “Is not this the kind of pasting I have chosen; to loose the chains of injustice and until the cards of the yoke to set the oppressed free and break every yoke.
    Is it not to share our food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter when you see the naked, to clothes him and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood?
    Then your light will break forth like the down, and your healing will quickly appear; then you righteousness will go before you and the glory of the Lord will be your rear guard.
    Then you will call, and the lord will answer; you will cry for help and he will here am I?
    If you do away with the yoke of oppression wioth the pointing finger and malicious talk and if you spend yourselves on behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppression then your light will rise in the darkness and you might will become like the noon day.ISAIAH 58; 6 to 10

    In all the villages, I came across a number of poor people, Muslims, Hindus and Christians. To all the villagers, I have always been going on foot and have been serving them all strictly in condolence with the principles of Christianity.
    Who enjoyed God`s favor and asked that he might provide a dwelling place for the God of Jacob. But it was Solomon who built the house for him.

    “HOW EVER, THE MOST HIGH DOES NOT LIBE IN HOUSES MADE BYMEN.AS THE PROPHET SAYS;
    ”I”HEAVEN IS MY THRONE AND THE EARTH IS MY FOOTS STOOD WHAT KIND OF HOUSE WILL YOU BUILD FORME? SAYS THE LORD.OR WHERE WILL MY RESTING PLACE BE? HAS NOT MY HAND MADE ALL THESE THING? – ACTS 7: 46 TO 50.

    In all these villages, I came across a number of small dilapidated churches like construction. In some other villages, I have found not even these. The villagers in these places are very pious and God-minded. But they do not have proper places where they can assemble and carry on their prayer. But I do not have the necessary financial stamina to do any thing for them. But I have succeeded in forming groups, dedicated to the service of Jesus Christ. There are in these villages a number of orphans, destitute and illiterate people. However, I have always been praying to Lord for their well being.
    I therefore, solicit you to help me to construct small churches, so that they might spend some of their time in worshipping Jesus Christ.

    I TELL YOU THE TRUTH, ANY ONE WHO HAS FAITH IN ME WILL DO WHAT I AM DOING.HE WILL DO EVEN GREATER THINGS THEN THESE, BECAUSE I AM GOING TO THE FATHER.AND I WILL DO WHATER YOU ASK IN MY NAME.SO THAT THE SON MAY BRING GLORY TO THE FATHER.YOU MAY ASK ME FOR ANYTHING IN MY NAME AND I WILL DO IT. – JOHN 14:12

    Thus therefore these destitute should have a chance to spend some of their time in the praying to the Lord and thus enrich themselves, spiritually. I am sure that this spiritual wealth would help them find a place in the heart of the Lord the savior Jesus Christ. And to this and I need financial assistance from noble-man like you.

    Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give not reluctantly of under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all times, having all that you need, you will bound in every good work. As it is written.
    “HE HAS SCATTERED ABROAD HIS GIFTS TO THE POOR HIS RIGHEOUSNESS ENDURES FOR EVER.HE WHO SUPPLIES SEED TO SOWER AND BREAD FOR FOOD WILL ALSO SUPPLY AND INCREASE YOUR STORE OF SEED AND WILL ENLARGE THE HARVEST OF YOUR RIGHTEOUSNESS.YOU WILL BE MADE RIGHT IN EVERY WAY SO THAT YOU CAN BE GENEROUS ON EVERY OCCASSION, AND THROUGH US YOUR GENEROUSITY WILL RESULT IN THANKS GIVING TO GOD.
    THIS SERVICE THAT YOU PERFORM IS NOT ONLY SUPPLYING THE NEEDS OF GODS PEOPLE BUT IS ALSO OVERFLOWING IN MY EXPRESSIONS OF THANKS TO GOD. BECAUSE OF THE SERVICE BY WHICH YOU HAVE PROVED YOURSELVES,MEN WILL PRAISE GOD FOR THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST AND FOR YOUR GENEROSITY IN SHARING WITH THEM AND WITH EVERY ONE ELSE.AND IN THEIR PRAYERS FOR YOU THEIR HEARTS WILL GO OUT TO YOU BECAUSE OF THE SURPRAISING GRACE GOD HAS GIVEN YOU.THANKS BE TO GOD FOR HIS INDESCRIBABLE GIFTS.
    — II CORINTHIANS; 9:7 to15.
    I therefore beseech you to show the way to me to help them to spend some of their time in praying to God at proper places.

    “ This way OH: MY DEAR parents
    Now I am ready to visit you for the third time, and I will not be a burden to you, because what I want is not your possessions but you .after all, children should not have to save up for their parents, but parents for their children. So, I will very gladly spend for you every thing I have and expend my self as well. If I love you love me less?
    You know brothers, that our visit you was not a failure. We had previously suffered and been insulted in Philippi; as you know but with the help of our God we cared tro tell you his Gospel inspirte of strong opposition. For the appeal we make does not spring from error or impure motives, nor are we trying to please men but God. Who tests our hearts, you know we never used flattery, nor did we put on a mask to cover up greed-God is our witness”.
    — I Thessalonians: 2:1 to5.

    This way, Oh: my dear parents will help me to help the forsaken to gain the blessings of the Lord. They will then spend their time protected by the soothing share of the Lord.
    I am very confident that you, the seal early parents of these unfortunate people, will come to their rescue and thus help them in times to move along right path prescribed by the Savior.
    I have also been trying my best to give them minimum succor. But I feel and honestly feel that a poor man like I cannot do full service to these forsaken brethren.
    I will never be properly thankful and profoundly grateful for all these help. I request you to render.

    All the saints send their greetings
    II Corinthians 13; 13.

    Be assured sir, that both the members of our family and myself would ever pray to the Lord to please you all bounteous.I have attached few pictures of my ministry in India.

    Yours co-laborer in Him
    M.J.Kishore kumar
    Pastor and child evangelist
    Amen.

  76. kishore

    Dear director in Christ
    My heartily greetings to you in the precious name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
    Thank you for email; I believe and pray that the Lord would permit you to come to India definitely. You can understand the ministries that have been going well in India for the expansion of thy kingdom. I hope that God open doors to work together to further work in India. I have attached a file which gives you a picture of my ministry in India.
    I would like to introduce myself to you through this letter once again.
    I, M.John kishore kumar, pastor and child evangelist in India.

    ‘’ TYCHICUS WILL TELL YOU ALL THE NEWS ABOUT ME.HE IS A DEAR BROTHER, A FAITHFUL MINISTER AND FELLOW SERVANT IN THE LORD’’. — COLOSSIANS: 4:7

    I am a B.A, student, trained pastor and trained child evangelist from a very long time. I have been visiting about forty neighboring villages in Andhra and Karnataka states of India and spending my time in spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ in all villages and homes with purity of mind.

    “Is not this the kind of pasting I have chosen; to loose the chains of injustice and until the cards of the yoke to set the oppressed free and break every yoke.
    Is it not to share our food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter when you see the naked, to clothes him and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood?
    Then your light will break forth like the down, and your healing will quickly appear; then you righteousness will go before you and the glory of the Lord will be your rear guard.
    Then you will call, and the lord will answer; you will cry for help and he will here am I?
    If you do away with the yoke of oppression wioth the pointing finger and malicious talk and if you spend yourselves on behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppression then your light will rise in the darkness and you might will become like the noon day.ISAIAH 58; 6 to 10

    In all the villages, I came across a number of poor people, Muslims, Hindus and Christians. To all the villagers, I have always been going on foot and have been serving them all strictly in condolence with the principles of Christianity.
    Who enjoyed God`s favor and asked that he might provide a dwelling place for the God of Jacob. But it was Solomon who built the house for him.

    “HOW EVER, THE MOST HIGH DOES NOT LIBE IN HOUSES MADE BYMEN.AS THE PROPHET SAYS;
    ”I”HEAVEN IS MY THRONE AND THE EARTH IS MY FOOTS STOOD WHAT KIND OF HOUSE WILL YOU BUILD FORME? SAYS THE LORD.OR WHERE WILL MY RESTING PLACE BE? HAS NOT MY HAND MADE ALL THESE THING? – ACTS 7: 46 TO 50.

    In all these villages, I came across a number of small dilapidated churches like construction. In some other villages, I have found not even these. The villagers in these places are very pious and God-minded. But they do not have proper places where they can assemble and carry on their prayer. But I do not have the necessary financial stamina to do any thing for them. But I have succeeded in forming groups, dedicated to the service of Jesus Christ. There are in these villages a number of orphans, destitute and illiterate people. However, I have always been praying to Lord for their well being.
    I therefore, solicit you to help me to construct small churches, so that they might spend some of their time in worshipping Jesus Christ.

    I TELL YOU THE TRUTH, ANY ONE WHO HAS FAITH IN ME WILL DO WHAT I AM DOING.HE WILL DO EVEN GREATER THINGS THEN THESE, BECAUSE I AM GOING TO THE FATHER.AND I WILL DO WHATER YOU ASK IN MY NAME.SO THAT THE SON MAY BRING GLORY TO THE FATHER.YOU MAY ASK ME FOR ANYTHING IN MY NAME AND I WILL DO IT. – JOHN 14:12

    Thus therefore these destitute should have a chance to spend some of their time in the praying to the Lord and thus enrich themselves, spiritually. I am sure that this spiritual wealth would help them find a place in the heart of the Lord the savior Jesus Christ. And to this and I need financial assistance from noble-man like you.

    Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give not reluctantly of under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to make all times, having all that you need, you will bound in every good work. As it is written.
    “HE HAS SCATTERED ABROAD HIS GIFTS TO THE POOR HIS RIGHEOUSNESS ENDURES FOR EVER.HE WHO SUPPLIES SEED TO SOWER AND BREAD FOR FOOD WILL ALSO SUPPLY AND INCREASE YOUR STORE OF SEED AND WILL ENLARGE THE HARVEST OF YOUR RIGHTEOUSNESS.YOU WILL BE MADE RIGHT IN EVERY WAY SO THAT YOU CAN BE GENEROUS ON EVERY OCCASSION, AND THROUGH US YOUR GENEROUSITY WILL RESULT IN THANKS GIVING TO GOD.
    THIS SERVICE THAT YOU PERFORM IS NOT ONLY SUPPLYING THE NEEDS OF GODS PEOPLE BUT IS ALSO OVERFLOWING IN MY EXPRESSIONS OF THANKS TO GOD. BECAUSE OF THE SERVICE BY WHICH YOU HAVE PROVED YOURSELVES,MEN WILL PRAISE GOD FOR THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST AND FOR YOUR GENEROSITY IN SHARING WITH THEM AND WITH EVERY ONE ELSE.AND IN THEIR PRAYERS FOR YOU THEIR HEARTS WILL GO OUT TO YOU BECAUSE OF THE SURPRAISING GRACE GOD HAS GIVEN YOU.THANKS BE TO GOD FOR HIS INDESCRIBABLE GIFTS.
    — II CORINTHIANS; 9:7 to15.
    I therefore beseech you to show the way to me to help them to spend some of their time in praying to God at proper places.

    “ This way OH: MY DEAR parents
    Now I am ready to visit you for the third time, and I will not be a burden to you, because what I want is not your possessions but you .after all, children should not have to save up for their parents, but parents for their children. So, I will very gladly spend for you every thing I have and expend my self as well. If I love you love me less?
    You know brothers, that our visit you was not a failure. We had previously suffered and been insulted in Philippi; as you know but with the help of our God we cared tro tell you his Gospel inspirte of strong opposition. For the appeal we make does not spring from error or impure motives, nor are we trying to please men but God. Who tests our hearts, you know we never used flattery, nor did we put on a mask to cover up greed-God is our witness”.
    — I Thessalonians: 2:1 to5.

    This way, Oh: my dear parents will help me to help the forsaken to gain the blessings of the Lord. They will then spend their time protected by the soothing share of the Lord.
    I am very confident that you, the seal early parents of these unfortunate people, will come to their rescue and thus help them in times to move along right path prescribed by the Savior.
    I have also been trying my best to give them minimum succor. But I feel and honestly feel that a poor man like I cannot do full service to these forsaken brethren.
    I will never be properly thankful and profoundly grateful for all these help. I request you to render.

    All the saints send their greetings
    II Corinthians 13; 13.

    Be assured sir, that both the members of our family and myself would ever pray to the Lord to please you all bounteous.I have attached few pictures of my ministry in India.

    Yours co-laborer in Him
    M.J.Kishore kumar
    Pastor and child evangelist
    Amen.
    Email ID; e2dearkish@gmail.com

    • Goodfellow

      Kishore (Director of delution in Christ)
      You are trained Robo and you don’t know what you are doing. You are allowed to think only within Bible. You yourself cheating your mind that your path is correct and what you are doing to our nation is not bothering you. You people are in delusion of praying a dead man in wooden stick. One third of the world population is in this delusion and your kind of idotic robos working for money are the hell for our country. The another one third population is under monotheistic delusion and spoiling every culture on the earth.

    • I made a sincere attempt to understand your comments but could not make much headway. Since you are quoting statements of BIBLE and seems to talking that language, I feel so disconnected with article. I wish I could understand you. What is the meaning of co-laborer ? And PROPHET is not alive..so all that your quoted is WHAT HE MIGHT HAVE SAID A LONG TIME AGO…. Write in simple sentences. Believe me, simple language constructs can also convey deep meaning!

  77. Delusional and ungrounded. Means well but creates confusion and unclarity. Unbalanced. Adds to the general mess. Makes me think of the missionaries to Canada’s native people who did so much to destroy the very fabric of their cultures and ways of life, as well as creating deep confusion and self-doubt at a personal and family level.. Evangelism does not work!

  78. NIRMAL LAUNGANI

    TO INDIAN REALIST – Please check the server. All my posts had been ready since 3 hours. Messages #1 – #7, could sent them quick. But, the rest of the 7 messages couldn’t sent. Now, 6 of the pending 7 were already sent out. But I am unable to send the last one. Could you please check what is going on?

    My replies to Vicjags #12

    WHY I AM NOT GOING TO BE ON THIS BLOG FOR THE NEXT 3 MONTHS

    It’s taken me one and a half days to go through Vicjags’ extremely lengthy, repetitive and boring posts and to reply them. I have not been able to do any other work.

    Is it worth it? Is Vicjags worth my time?

    The answer is a clear NO. What has he done so far? The same criticism of Hindu Dharma with more abusive words. Has he thrown any new insights? NO. Does he listen to the answers we provide him. NO

    As I have said before, the only 1 PERSON that he would have convinced by the time he quits this blog will be himself. “Convincing the convinced” will be lauded as a great achievement. Sure, Indian Ocean is the only one who thinks that you have something to offer but that also comes with some conditions.

    Remember he himself hints that other Christians do not listen to him. He is a paper tiger, he does not represent anybody.

    For me, Vicjags is a coward – who abuses Hindu philosophy but does not answer any questions about Christianity. That speaks a lot, because I am not generally used to making such strong statements.

    As far as I am concerned, I have a lot of business responsibilities – I have to leave for a long business trip from next month. Besides, I have other social and religious commitments. I also actively work for two orphanages.

    Vicjags messages are not something that you can have a look in the morning, reply and continue to work. On the contrary, they take up a lot of time, not because of anything useful inside, but a dreadful style of writing and repetitiions / lamentations, etc..

    He is not worth my time. About Hindu Dharma, I will say boldly, HE KNOWS NOTHING, HE CAN OFFER NOTHING.

    So rather than wasting my time and get provoked by his messages and getting tempted to reply to him, with immediate effect, I prefer to stop reading Indian Realist, and concentrate my time on useful things.

    However, Vicjags has hinted that in a few months, he will present his “Christian worldview” – don’t know if it is true. But, around mid December, I will browse this blogsite. If I find something which is enlightening, I can join, otherwise I wouldn’t bother

    Thanks for your time,
    Nirmal

  79. Brajesh

    Muslimo ko kaise bhi ho maro kato kyoki agar tum aisa nahi kar paye to ve tumhe m ar kat denge yahi unka niyam he

  80. pradeep

    Fantastic blog. Great service to Hinduism, My friend i jst have this to tell you….May Lord Shiva bless you

  81. Anonymous

    Keep up the good work.

  82. PRAVEEEN YADAV

    islam would had been pure at first in times of mohamad but todays islam is based on hate and anti hinduism such a religion should be banishned.
    >
    only due to hinduism india is a haven of secularism this is not my word it is said by supreme court judge of india.

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  84. wickrum

    Just like there is day and there is night, there is east and there is west. West sees things as is and east sees things that are not apparent. Tolerant, one needs to be of every individual irrespective of there behaviour. But intolerance here does not mean hate somebody who hates you. Never hate anybody, you will loose the plot. Just realise that the intolerant are such because of ignorance, bhatke huen hain. Tit-for-tat but with intention/hope that the other mends his ways. Ram killed Ravan not because he hated him but Ravan did not leave any other choice. Immediately after killing Ravan, Ram came forward to do antim sanskar of Ravan when Vibhishan initially declined to do it. Ram hoped Ravan would understand and mend his ways but he never hated him. If we realise that in the world there is no cruelty only ignorance, then we will be tolerant in all circumstances.

  85. I just found this site… in a quick glance I got a feel that I need to spend more time here before I comment on. But wanted to express thanks and please continue to write things here…

  86. Anonymous

    An organization by the name of `Christian Social Forum’ , website http://www.christiansocialforum.com/html/home.html# has started in Andhra Pradesh; claiming to have taught Hindi to Indians and Telugu to Andhra Pradesh folks and talk as to how they converted entire `Stuartpuram’ an erstwhile colony for robbers and thieves into a christian town. And has a sick dream of christians to come into politics.

  87. Truth Will Prevail

    Like the message of this blog. Say it as it is. Some humans have this weakness to not offend others claiming that they are secular so they’ll keep their mouth shut, but honesty comes out when you speak your mind. Don’t try to please people who are intolerant of honesty. Keeping your mouth shut is the same as your hands being tied when there’s injustice. Nothing wrong with being secular,and loving others irrespective of their religion, but there’s something wrong when a secularist remains quiet when bad things happen in the name of religion or other human agendas, and that includes even atheist, greed or communist agendas. If one can’t stop himself from destroying, force converting, brainwashing, grabbing another or his property, then he has no right to be in any peaceful religion. He is part of a sick instinct or culture that existed since time immemorial and that is barbarism. When you combine barbarism with religion, you get religious fanaticism. When you combine greed with religious fanaticism, monsters are created. Even claiming to be civilized isn’t peace. A human being remains civilized only when he gets rid of his greed, the urge to destroy others, their lands, take over them, and gets rid of his selfish urge to convert others claiming his religion is better. How could his religion be better when the so called practicioners can’t control themselves from greed, destruction, or the need to convert others? Converting the whole globe to any one religion itself is religious greed. Its a mind game created by evil. Evil comes in many forms irrespective of religions. Even Hinduism has had evil people in the past. Hindus aren’t free from greed. It’s better to say it as it is. I follow Hinduism as it is my ancestral roots, but I am not going to please anyone who has evil tendencies like greed. Sepoys were Hindus and they were greedy people. The so called Hindus who supported the Mughals were greedy and weak. Instead of being Dharmic and protecting their culture, their father and motherland, they decided to serve violent barbarians and greedy invaders. Their sold out their culture and country for power and greed. These people are the reason why India split into Pakistan and Bangladesh. They used the British and the British used them to split India apart. Why blame just the Mughals, the British or the Portuguese when our own betrayed our own. The so called fake Kshatriyas who were supported to protect Dharma sold themselves like prostitutes. Servants of Mughals and the British sepoys were made up of Brahmins and Kshatriyas. How did they keep their Dharm by serving outsiders when they clearly knew the outsider wanted to destroy their culture, their lands, and convert everything? True Hindus and Sikhs fought tooth and nail to protect Hinduism and the people of India. Thats why India is still Hindu by majority. I am thankful to the sacrifices made by many Hindus and Sikhs, and I feel ashamed of the gaddars who called themselves Hindus.

  88. Anonymous

    I’m very glad that I came across ur blog…. I share the same passion for my country and cultural identity…. wanted to share an article i wrote recently… and used some information and pictures from u… if u get time plz read it… i wld love to get ur views on it… http://ridiculousman.hubpages.com/hub/hindu-the-maverick

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