Maanoj Rakhit on the Very Purpose of Hindu Caste System

There would be No need for migration, like today Braahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shoodr are 4-Varn that Bhagawaan Shri Krishn spoke about. There was a definitive purpose behind 4-Varn System in Hindu society. Necessary occupational training would come from the family itself, and each ancient Hindu village would be self-dependant. There would be No need for migration, like today; self-sufficiency and self-dependence would be the motto of Hindu 4Varn System. Necessary occupational training would come from the family itself Braahman parents would provide the child with an environment to grow up as teachers to the society. Kshatriya parents would provide the child with an environment to grow up as protectors of life and land of the society. Vaishya parents would provide the child with an environment to grow up as suppliers of necessities of life to the society. Shoodr parents would provide the child with an environment to grow up as provider of all services to the society. Self-sufficiency & self-dependence of each village unit The necessary training that each would receive would come from the family itself. For instance, son would learn necessary skills from his father. The system would operate in a cyclic pattern from one generation to other. The necessary training would be passed on from one generation to another, by father to the son, and thus ensure continuity of self-sufficiency and self-dependence of each village unit. Self-sufficient in education, administration, supplies and services The Hindu society would live in small units called villages, and each village would be self-sufficient in respect of its needs with regard to its education, administration, supplies and services. Towns would be few, and the number of those living in towns would be minuscule in comparison to the whole nation. To ensure that, each village administration would be self-sufficient and self-dependant ~ it would have Braahman priests and teachers, Kshatriya administrators and defenders, Vaishya producers and agriculturists, and Shoodr service providers with all types of artisans. Max Muller has documented (ISBN 0-14-100437-1, p.255): "The village communities are composed of those who cultivate the land, the established village-servants, priest, blacksmith, carpenter, accountant, washer-man (whose wife is ex officio midwife of the little village community), potter, watchman, barber, shoemaker, etc". There would be no need for migration of people from one village to another, except by marriages. Thus, women would come from nearby villages, while sons would remain on the soil. For instance, in
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ancient Hindu society, a child of a barber would learn necessary skills from his father watching his father do the job when the child comes up a certain stage. Compare this with American/European Christian societies American/European Christian societies do not believe in this system. As a result, if you want to become a barber in Canada, you have to go to a school and pay fees (year 1996) CA$ 6,000 (Rs 180,000) to become a barber! In the process you make other guy’s living so very expensive and call it "High Standard of Living"! Thus, Hair cutting schools would have made their share of money, and their business would flourish. Having paid such a hefty fees to qualify as a barber (you cannot become a barber otherwise), you will naturally squeeze your customers accordingly. He would pay CA$ 10-15 (Rs 300-450) for a haircut to begin with for an ordinary haircut in an ordinary saloon. Thus, you make the living of the other person so very costly, and call it high standard of living! Masking weakness and fooling the world It is the specialty of the Christian World to mask their weaknesses with respectable sounding names such as: "High Standard of Living (ordinary people earn so well)" or "Dignity of Labor (even a barber earns so much)" which would really mean "Robbing each other for no good reason". They make such big show of everything and that doesn’t end with the example of, as ordinary a skill, as that of a barber. And when the poor barber cannot make a living on this then he upgrades himself to a so-called "Professional". Then he begins to advise his customers of hundred different ways in which the heads can be shaved. This catches the fancy of school kids even as low as 8-10 year old. Each kid will come to school with a different kind of shave on his head, then each one would envy each other, and next month it would be each one’s turn to get yet another design on their head. In the process, poor parents would have holes in their pockets, working harder for their expensive kids. When as an adult you go to the office, and suppose you had a haircut, immediately you would be greeted with the comment "Nice Hair Cut". You will feel pleased at the greeting and next month you would again plan a different kind of hair cut. If you happen to be in the prime of your youth, or if you are single (which most people are in any case disregard their age factor) you will have further encouragement from your so-called professional barber to get your hair painted in one color in one month and then in another color the next month - as if you are fit for display at a Zoo. So much so for the professionalism in every discipline (not only for barbers) which is spreading its wings fast throughout today’s globalized world of Christian influence, including that of ours.
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And it has led them to such a pathetic situation... In North America today, it is so very difficult to find Braahman equivalents (teachers) and Shoodr equivalents (other service providers) in sufficient numbers. So, they have to ask people from other countries to come in and do those jobs. The economies of these countries would flop without these immigrants. For instance, Canada’s Ontario province [state capital Toronto] had been in deep red for long. They came out of it only in year 2000 when they had first time a surplus budget after long. This has been possible only after massive induction of foreign migrants in human form and their lifesaving hard cash, which came with them while migrating. Such is the ill-conceived social system of the proud Christian World Such is the dependence on others on account of a faulty social system of which they are quite proud. Besides, there is no true respect for teachers as compared to ancient Hindu Varn system, and that happens to be another aspect of this ill-conceived Christian social system, which makes teachers not worthy of that kind of respect. Abbe Dubois on so-called Caste System "They (Europeans) believe that nothing else is good which is not included in the polity and government of their own country and consider customs different from their own as uncivilized and ridiculous. They consider the caste system as ridiculous and one which brings more trouble and disorder in the population. For my part having lived many years and being able to study their life and character I have arrived at opposite discussion (sic.). I believe caste division is the happiest effort of Hindu legislation. It is solely due to this, that people in BhaaratVarsh did not lapse into barbarism and preserved art and sciences of civilization while most other nations of the earth remained barbaric. The overall result of caste system far outweighs any deficiency. A certain general uniformity in everyday social matters compels one to look upon the different masses as belonging to one big family. No person can exercise two professions at a time. Each caste has its own rules and regulation even pertaining to cut and color of clothes, style of wearing them, types of jeweler worn and specific ceremonies during childbirth, marriage and funeral. Even if such customs are in direct opposition with other castes there is toleration. They have to marry in their own caste, even to the sub division to which they belong. If one faction trespasses the rights of others, it may even result in bloody conflict.

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Caste assigns to each individual his own profession handed down from generation to generation. It was a most clear-sighted prudence to maintain a state of civilization. Where the population is not bound by duty and rules of caste, they abandon themselves to their natural propensity and lapse into barbarism. The legislators of BhaaratVarsh were too wise and well acquainted with the natural character of the people and prescribed laws without leaving to the discretion of each individual to do as per his own family. The provisions readily imposed social fabric to hold together. In fact, nothing is left to chance. Everything is laid down by rule and the customs are considered inviolable. In fact, a shame would fall and reflect on the entire caste if the fault of one individual went unpunished. The caste will execute justice and defend its own honor and keep all its members within bounds of duty." Abbe Dubois, Hindu Manners and Customs, quoted in ISBN 81-7835-100-5, pp.61-62 Abbe Dubois toured extensively Southern BhaaratVarsh in early 19th century (1792-1823). Please pay attention to the dates. It was prior to 1835. After that arrived battalions of Christian Missionaries and opened their "shops" under guise of missionary schools. Their titles Bishop/Archbishop very aptly include the word "Shop" in it. That has been their main job all along. "Essentially being a missionary, he ridiculed Hindu customs and practices by observing these superficially and expressing his desire thus "Ultimately the Hindu will open his eyes to the light and tear himself away from his dark superstitions. A day will come when the standard of the Cross will be flying over the temples of India". It may be questioned as to why importance is being given to the views of such a prejudiced person. But Dubois perhaps is the only Westerner who has studied the caste system exhaustively for 30 years. And even with his prejudice if he finds something highly useful, it becomes even more convincing" ISBN 81-7835-100-5, p.61

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