They Impeached Humanity

Evidences and Analysis presented in this work will show you how those who, in reality, perpetrated a Crime against Humanity made the World think that those who were, in reality, the Perfect Examples of Humanity happened to be the True Social Criminals.

Maanoj Rakhit
Feb 2002 — 10 May 2004 — 4 Jul 2005 — 23 Dec 2007 — 13 Jan 2012

This is a work on History supported with well documented evidence. It was published as a sequel to ‘Save Humanity’. They Impeached Humanity, 2007, ISBN 978-81-8999003-9 was authored and published by Maanoj Rakhit, a retired Chartered Accountant, Company Secretary and System Analyst, in several phases. In 2002, the concept was developed and published on the Internet. In 2004, it was reorganized, refined and published as a section of a printed book ISBN 8189746-05-7. In 2005, it was republished as a complete separate book ISBN 81-89746-11-1. Printing costs were borne by Shri Narendra Devadas, an Engineer and Artist from USA. In 2007, the theme was reconceptualised, the title was accordingly modified, and contents were restructured, a combination of all this called for a change in ISBN. 2004, 2005, 2007 editions were printed at Ideal Press, Mumbai. Current PDF edition is for publication at Scribd and Google Books on 13 January 2012.

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Contents
They Impeached Humanity .......................................................... 5 What is Impeachment? .................................................................7 Book Review ..............................................................................10 Repetition has poisoned your minds ..........................................11 Every time the word Caste System is uttered it puts Hindoos on the defensive ..............................................................................13 Humanity has been put on Trial by those very people who conspired against humanity........................................................ 22 And, they accused such humanity which had no parallel in documented history of mankind................................................. 25 Let us put it on Trial again with a new set of Evidences ...........27 How then the scenario changed so drastically after middle of 19th-century? .............................................................................65 Importance of pedigree .............................................................. 74 It was not social discrimination but social structure for a balanced society .........................................................................81 Plenty of strength in social structure of Hindoo society ............83 Understanding Hindoo Family-Dharm’ .....................................89

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Marriages under Hindoo Joint Family system vs. Modern marriages .................................................................................. 101 The Secret of Stable Hindoo marriages of yesteryear .............105 Purpose of Varn’ Vyavastha .................................................... 118 Rigorous life cycle of a Braahman born ..................................126 If all Shoodrs were to be untouchable, and what is untouchability ..........................................................................133 No point seeking the Escape Route .........................................153 ChaaturVarnyam’ Mayaa Srishtam’ ........................................165 First let us look at these Unexplained Questions ..................... 167 Child that arrives on this Earth ................................................ 170 Do not undermine the Capability of the Creator of this Universe ..................................................................................................178 Timing the event of birth ......................................................... 181 Bhaarat Mata Killers ................................................................ 195 Quoted References ...................................................................196 Index ........................................................................................ 198 End notes.................................................................................. 210

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They Impeached Humanity
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012

A section of resourceful men, who were in control of education system, and of media, abused these tools so thoroughly and systematically, in a manner that can be called a conspiracy, and eventually succeeded in branding something as an Inhuman Social Crime that, in reality, had been the Embodiment or Perfect Example of Humanity through the millenniums. Here is a Case Study into thorough Brainwashing of present day humans in believing the Untruth as Truth, and the Truth as Untruth, by abuse of Education and Media on a massive scale. Evidences and Analysis presented in this work will show you how those who, in reality, perpetrated a Crime against Humanity made the World think that those who were, in reality, the Perfect Examples of Humanity happened to be the True Social Criminals.

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Here follows the story of one of the massive Social Frauds carried out systematically and successfully by a section of very resourceful men and women, and how the rest of the World became prey to what I call Parrot Humanoid Syndrome1.

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What is Impeachment?
Friday, 13 January 2012

Impeach is not a commonly used term in India, and therefore, it requires some explaining as to what I meant by They Impeached Humanity when I chose it as the title of this book. First let me get into dictionary definitions of Impeach, and thereafter, describe how it fits the title and the subject matter of this work. Merriam-Webster2 defines Impeach as (a) to bring an accusation against, (b) to charge with a crime, (c) to cast doubt on / challenge the credibility of Dictionary dot com3 similarly defines Impeach as (a) to bring an accusation against, (b) to call in question, (c) cast an imputation upon: to impeach a person's motives. It further defines Imputation (a) as an attribution, (b) as of fault or crime; accusation.

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This is the story of a society that retained exemplary status by its values and conducts through millenniums for rest of the humanity.4 This is also the story of another society which had been ridden with frauds from its very inception, whose history was filled with greed and lust, and whose cunning5 had no parallel in the human history.6 The time came when that “inferior7 society” took over the reign of the “superior society”, and also of most of the remaining world, by recourse to their cunningness. While it was relatively easy for them to tame native societies of the Americas, Australia, New Zealand, etc, they found it extremely difficult initially to get control of the minds and ways of the “superior society”. They deployed inhuman8 techniques to acquire the desired control but failed. And, that is when they used their last ammunition Social and Historical Fraud in which they had attained

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quite an expertise by practicing9 it from their very inception. Within a few centuries they finally managed to achieve what they wanted all along. They also established a self replicating system which could take care of the process even if they are kicked out in time to come. And one day they had to finally leave as no inferior society can ever control a superior society till eternity. But the seed they had sown for gradual decay of this superior society kept raising new crops. Each new harvest yielded seeds deadlier than those produced by the earlier crop. And the evil system of self-decaying kept gaining momentum by each new generation. Today the same superior society that represented Humanity Personified10 through the millenniums has come to this pass that now it can no more boast of its glorious heritage.

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Book Review
Shri V. Sundaram11, I.A.S. (retired), reviewed the book "They Impeached Humanity". It was published in News Today12 published from Chennai, under his column "Baritone" in four instalments as "An Intellectual Arjuna".  An Intellectual Arjun I13  An Intellectual Arjun II14  An Intellectual Arjun III15  An Intellectual Arjun IV16

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Repetition has poisoned your minds
25 Oct 2007

When an Untruth is repeated thousand times it begins to sound like truth. When it is repeated hundreds of thousands of time it becomes The Truth, and the real truth becomes the Untruth. Your school textbooks are the best tool to achieve this fete. From the very childhood your brains are washed thoroughly leading you to a make believe world of which you have no direct experience because it relates to that “past” where “you” were not “present”! Your direct experiences of today (if any) are projected as the direct outcome of that remote past of which you have no true experience, except whatever you may have been told via your textbooks, your religious guides, and media stories. Guides of organized religions have their own agenda that itself guides their

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thought and action, and based on that they guide the thoughts and actions of their followers. Contents of educational textbooks and media coverage get widely influenced by the images that their religious guides have helped them form over generations. If there remains any question of doubt it is duly taken care of by those who control things from behind the scene, the very support system which regulates breathing of educational institutions and media outlets (that is the inflow of finances and the power centres).

Repetition can only offer the cure
The repetition which has carefully shaped the untruth as truth can only be neutralized by equal amount of repetition. And therefore, you must not frown upon any repetition in my works, though they are often not verbatim repetitions. You may as well enjoy reading them.

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Every time the word Caste System is uttered it puts Hindoos on the defensive
Centuries long Christian missionary propaganda followed by Communist-Marxist intermittent offensive has made the word Caste a dreaded one for the Hindoos. Therefore, anti-Hindoos and self-professed Hindoo reformers17 do not miss an opportunity to drop this dreaded word Caste whenever they want Hindoos to take a retreat. Indian Christianized media18 makes it a point to constantly keep this word Caste into focus every now and then as if Hindooism and Caste system were synonymous. Given this scenario, I urge you to think about it differently.

The very thought of Caste system triggers an image in your mind that feels like an epitome of Social Injustice
If Hindoo society practiced social injustice at such massive scale as it is made out to be then all those foreign visitors must have noticed it and mentioned it. But what did they do? Each of them invariably praised Hindoo Justice. Now, it is a matter of plain common sense that the following two contradictions cannot simply exist together. One that Hindoo society practiced gross social injustice. Other that Hindoo justice and love for truth were unmatched by any civilization of which any such documentation is available. Naturally, one of them is the liar but which one? Either all those foreign visitors from 4th century BC onwards joined together from their graves to conspire and praise Hindoo justice and its love for truth. Or all those Christian missionary educators conspired to systematically tarnish the image of Hindooism. And all
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those Christian educators harvested new crops of educators, generation after generation, which continued to carry out the legacy of those liars and conspirators. Now this happens to be only one aspect of the massive conspiracy and social fraud committed by them. As you will proceed through this work and other works of mine you will see on how many fronts they have worked to destroy a civilization that was superior to their own. As they could not raise themselves to the level of this great civilization, they chose to pull it down below the level of their own. They worked at it systematically and consistently spreading their wings in every possible direction to consign this great civilization into the oblivion. And, as you will read their own admissions19, the most amazing thing that you will learn is that it was not their nationality which drove them to do so but their religious faith lead them to destroy this civilization. If you truly believe that Caste system is the biggest Curse on Hindooism and that it destroyed Hindooism then I invite you to use

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your head that the Creator of this Universe has placed on your shoulder and think about what I have to say.

What does the very thought of Caste system represent? Does it not speak of Gross Social Injustice towards a very large section of Humanity?
If yes, then let that be the premise on which you hold your believe system, and let me challenge that very premise of yours. You have been told by your educators how bad Caste system is. You keep on reading and hearing different kinds of news items presented by the anti-Hindoo media on a regular basis that keep cementing your thought process that Caste system, indeed, is the nuisance.

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So let us examine your belief system that the Caste system is an evil so far a social structure is concerned
And before you proceed you must remember that this particular thought process has been inducted into Hindoo psyche only 170 years ago when the rural based ancient Hindoo education system was systematically eliminated from its roots, and was replaced by urban based Christian Missionary education system in 1835 which had a specific mission, and that was to convert English educated Hindoos into non-idolater so that the first brick can be laid firmly towards building a Christianized-Hindoo society.
That was what Macaulay, again, summarized best when he proudly wrote his father in 1836: “Our English schools are flourishing wonderfully ... It is my belief that if our plans of education are followed up, there will not be a single idolater among the respectable classes in Bengal thirty years hence”.20

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Now I invite you to take a special note of the fact that all the testimonies that I am going to present hereafter are (a) not by people who had a specific mission (b) not by people who subscribed to a single ideology (c) not by people who were part of a single theology (d) not by people who were in any way connected with each other by an invisible thread (e) not by people who had any reason to carry any special leaning in favour of the Hindoos (f) not by people who could be accused by any stretch of imagination that they were working together towards building a specific image for the Hindoos. On the other hand, as you will proceed through this work, and series of other works, you will come to notice very clearly that the opposite of this can be attributed to those people who have been consistently working towards tarnishing the image of the Hindoos. I would not expect you to be impartial because your minds have been pre-programmed by your educators and anti-Hindoo media exposures. Yet if you have
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some ability left within you to think on your own, instead of being guided by interested parties, then you will be able to see some light. But if you cannot I would not blame you any further. I would simply let it go realizing that you have been brainwashed beyond repair. Hindoo society’s foundation was based on 4Varn System that divided the society into four major segments “Braahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya, Shoodr” but 16th century Christian missionaries coined a new term for this “Caste system”; let us see why they did it
Caste is not an Indian word but a derogatory epithet introduced by Portuguese (*Christian) Missionaries in the 16th century to describe the Hindu society.21
Epithet - an offensive word or phrase that is used about a person or group of people:22

Christian missionaries soon found out that Hindoos would not trust them as they trusted Hindoo Braahmans. They also realized that they could not even dream of bringing themselves up to the level of Hindoo
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Braahmans. They could think of only one way that happened to have become their second nature since the very inception of Christianity. That is, frequent resorting to Intellectual, Historical and Social Frauds23. So they decided to tarnish the image of Braahmans.
Xavier wrote in another letter to the Society of Jesus: “If it were not for the Braahmans, we should have all the heathens embracing our faith”.24

In 19th-century Thomas Babington Macaulay introduced the Christian Missionary English education system in India. Christian educators slowly poisoned the minds of unsuspecting Hindoo children25 against Braahmans, including the children of Braahmans who received Christian-English Education. In 20th-century, Nehru dynasty pampered the MarxistFake-Secularist-Educators who continued the process with great gusto. Education system, news media, magazines, cinema, and every other possible medium of communication to people were used by them. With continued repetition every one came to believe that

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Hindoo society practiced gross social injustice in the name of Caste system.

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Humanity has been put on Trial by those very people who conspired against humanity
That dreaded word “Caste”
• What is your image about Hindooism? Isn’t it that they follow Caste System? • And when the very thought of caste system comes to your mind how do you feel? Don’t you feel as if the Hindoo society practiced “gross injustice” towards its own people? • To top it, you are also told that the so-called Untouchables form the largest part of Hindoo society. • In other words, it conveys to the world that Hindoos practiced an “inhuman” form of “social injustice” against its very own, and the largest segment,
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of the society which is the direct result of the “Teachings of Hindooism”.

And what is your impression about present day disintegration in the Hindoo society?
This is how you feel • “Look at the disintegrated Hindoo society of today! It is nothing but the direct result of oppressive tactics practiced by the Hindoo society against its own people - that is why the Hindoo society is disintegrating.”

Thus, you begin to find fault with what relates to yourself
• The result - no one tries to find out if there is any other reason and that too, entirely of an external nature, and to top it a reason that is conspiratorial in nature.

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• You Hindoos have been methodically “trained to find fault always within your own system” so that your sight does not stray towards any external enemy; so that you keep treating your own systems as the biggest and the only enemy! • You have been made the victim of “Cultivated Ignorance”.

Wouldn’t you want to know • • • • • What was Hindoo society like? Was it truly as oppressive as it is made out to be? What were your ancestors like? Were they worthy of being proud of? Or, would you rather be ashamed of them?

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And, they accused such humanity which had no parallel in documented history of mankind
Max Muller: It is extremely strange that whenever, either in Greek, or in Chinese, or in Persian, or in Arab writings, we meet any attempts at describing the distinguishing features in the national character of the Indians (*Hindoos), regard for truth and justice should always be mentioned first.
INDIA what can it teach us? F Max Muller, ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 50

So I could go on quoting from book after book, and again and again we should see how it was the love of truth that struck all the people who came in contact with India, as the prominent feature in the national character of its inhabitants. No one ever accused them of falsehood.

INDIA what can it teach us? F Max Muller, ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 53

I have left to the last of the witness who might otherwise have been suspected – I mean the Hindoos themselves. The whole of their literature from one end to the other is pervaded by expressions of love and reverence for truth.
INDIA what can it teach us? F Max Muller, ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 59

I doubt whether in any other of the ancient literatures of the world you will find traces of that extreme sensitiveness of conscience which despairs of our ever speaking the truth.
INDIA what can it teach us? F Max Muller, ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 67

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Let us put it on Trial again with a new set of Evidences
Facts do not change, interpretations do
Here I shall present before you the same set of facts (not all but a few of them) which I may have presented in my other works. I am being selective here because this work has a very limited purpose. Interpretations that I shall present here will be with a specified objective. Certain types of facts can have wide range of interpretations. Here my interpretations will be from a very specific angle. Interpretations that will be found in other works may have different angles. You must not frown upon repetition of these factual quotes. They are here because they have to drive home a different point of view. Besides, please do not ever forget that only repetition can neutralize the repetitive

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nature of untruth that you have been, and are being, constantly bombarded with.

Lifeblood of Hindoo society through ages
Look at the following testimonies that may give you a totally opposite picture of what you have been led to believe all along. These testimonies were carefully kept out of your view for long, though they existed all along! You must read them and ask yourself a question: • Can the foundation of Hindoo society be based on gross social injustice when “justice and truthfulness” has been the lifeblood of the Hindoo Society through the ages?

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Here we have hard facts of undeniable authenticity, and of extraordinary consistency
Evidence # 1
Now, it is quite true that during the two thousand years which precede the time of Mahmoud of Ghazni, India has had but (*not) few foreign visitors, and few foreign critics; still it is extremely strange that whenever, either in Greek, or in Chinese, or in Persian, or in Arab writings, we meet any attempts at describing the distinguishing features in the national character of the Indians (*Hindoos), regard for truth and justice should always be mentioned first.26

Commentary Just find me any account of love for truthfulness and justice in the entire history of Christian societies. The condition is that you have to find it not from what they write about themselves but what others have written about them; the same way as I am presenting you the evidence not from what Hindoos have written about themselves but what others have written about them.

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Indian here refers only to the Hindoos
The term ‘Indian’ refers to Hindoos in all these statements and should not be confused unduly. Max Muller fills 37 pages with examples of Hindoo Justice and Hindoo love for Truth and he says that he can go on quoting many-many more. To top it, he has titled the chapter as Truthful Character of the Hindoos in his book INDIA what can it teach us? Ask yourself a question as you read the next evidence • Do you think a society could have all along practiced gross social injustice towards its own people, a society whose “whole literature from one end to the other” is pervaded by expressions of love and reverence for truth? Evidence # 2
I have left to the last of the witness who might otherwise have been suspected – I mean the Hindoos themselves. The whole of

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their literature from one end to the other is pervaded by expressions of love and reverence for truth.27

Commentary Look at the literature of the Christian societies and see how well the character of that society is reflected through their literature. If there has been any kind of gross social injustice towards humanity you do not have to look anywhere else, you will find it right there in the history of Christian societies only if you have studied them sufficiently well. However, if you base your notions on what they show you then I am sorry to say, you have to learn lot more about their deceptive character and deceitful nature28

Evidence # 3
Ktesias, the famous Greek physician of Artaxerxes Mnemon (present at the battle of Cunaxa, 404 BC), the first Greek writer who tells us anything about the character of the Indians, such as he heard it described at the Persian court, has a special chapter “On the justice of the Indians (*Hindoos)”.29

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Commentary • Hindoo Justice could not have been “exemplary” to the Greeks of 5th century BC if Hindoo social structure was truly based on a system of gross social injustice towards the vast majority of its own people. • This is nothing but plain logic and you do not need vast degree of intelligence to understand it. Nevertheless, let us proceed with (a) what other observers documented about the Hindoo society over a period as large as two thousand and four hundred years and (b) witness the kind of consistency those documentations reflect at.

Evidence # 4
Megasthenes, the ambassador of Selucus Nicator at the court of Sandrocottus (*ChandrGupt’) in Palibothra (PaataliPutr’, the modern Patna), states that thefts were extremely rare, and they honoured truth as virtue30 Megasthenes, for example, who visited the Maurya court at PaataliPutr in the 4th century BC, noted: “All Indians

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(*Hindoos) are free, and none of them is a slave... Further, they respect alike virtue and truth...”31

Commentary • Now tell me, how is it that Megasthenes documented in 4th century BC that “no Hindoo was a slave” in a society that is supposed to have practiced gross social injustice in form of infamous Caste system? Slavery and gross social injustice in one form or the other has been rampant in Christian societies, and those very people have been pointing finger at our Hindoo society.

Evidence # 5
Arrian (in the 2nd century, the pupil of Epictetus), when speaking of the public overseers or superintendents in (*Hindoo) India, says: “They oversee what goes on in the country or towns, and report everything to the king, where the people have a king, and to the magistrates, where the people are self-governed, and it is against use and wont for these to give in a false report; but indeed no Indian (*Hindoo) is accused of lying”.32

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Commentary The “Hindoo self-governance” that Arrian spoke of in the 2nd century happened to be a superior form of peoples’ democracy as compared to the present day manipulative democracy predominantly driven by personal interests of those who claim to be the representatives of The People! • When Greek Arrian spoke that “Hindoos never lie” you need to understand first what kind of character is needed for that. If you are capable of visualizing the quality of that character then you will have no trace of doubt left that collectively such people could NOT have practiced for millenniums the so-called gravest social injustice on the face of this earth.

Evidence # 6
The Chinese, who come next in order of time, bear the same, believe, unanimous testimony in favour of the honesty and veracity (*truthfulness) of the Hindus. Let me quote Hiouenthsang, the most famous of the Chinese Buddhist pilgrims, who visited India in 7th century. “Though the Indians (*Hindoos),”

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he writes, “are of a light temperament, they are distinguished by the straightforwardness and honesty of their character. With regard to riches, they never take anything unjustly; with regard to justice, they make even excessive concession… Straightforwardness is the distinguishing feature of their administration”. 33

Commentary How is it that a society, social injustice towards praised by Hiouen-thsang on record “with regard to excessive concessions”? accused of practicing gross its own people, has been in the 7th century putting it justice, Hindoos make even

• Think for a moment about the people who “never grabbed anything unjustly” from other peoples’ wealth -- would they have practiced gross social injustice towards their very own people by robbing them of basic human rights? • And again, think, people who made “excessive concessions with regard to justice” would they have practiced gross social injustice towards a very large

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section of their own people by robbing them of their very self-respect? • There is something that remains unexplained, and we will try to explore that in adequate detail, but later through this work (and other works) as we proceed. First we need to demolish the very structure which has been carefully built over a bundle of lies with a very specific agenda in mind.

Only one of these can be true, not both, and at the same time
You must realize one thing clearly: if you mix light and darkness together they can never coexist. The light will dispel darkness or the darkness will engulf the light. They can coexist only in small measures together. For instance, throughout darkness there can be one lamp giving little bit of light. Or, in an array of light there may a small corner where darkness prevails because light does not penetrate there.

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But it is not possible that abundance of light and immense magnitude of darkness can stay together at one place. It is simply not possible. • Much the same such abundance of love for truth and justice and such immense magnitude of social injustice as depicted through Caste system could not have stayed together. Only one of them could be true not both simultaneously.

Evidence # 7
If we turn to the accounts given by the Mohammedan conquerors of India, we find Idrisi, in his Geography (written in the 11th century), summing up their opinion of the Indians in the following words: “The Indians are naturally inclined to justice, and never depart from it in their actions. Their good faith, honesty, and fidelity to their engagements are well known, and they are so famous for these qualities that people flock to their country from every side”.34

Commentary • Once again, it has been said by Idrisi in the 11th century that “Hindus are naturally inclined to justice

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and never depart from it in their actions”. How then, could they have allowed social injustice of the kind that they were accused of by Christian educators and Communist educators? Ever wonder if they were educators by profession or professional liars? What was their objective? Did they want Hindoo children to get cut-off from their main stream religious and cultural base and begin to look for alternative with (a) Christianity in Christian British days and (b) with Communism/Marxism in so-called post-independence days?

Evidence # 8
In the 13th century we have the testimony of Marco Polo, who thus speaks of Abraiaman, a name by which he seems to mean the Braahmans who, though not traders by profession, might have been employed for great commercial transactions by the king. This was particularly the case during times which the Braahmans would call times of distress, when many things were allowed which at other times were forbidden by the laws. “You must know,” Marco Polo, says, “that these Abraiaman are the

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best merchants in the world, and the most truthful, for they would not tell a lie for anything on earth”.35

Purposefully Tarnished Image of Braahmans
• Here you see Marco Polo in the 13th century describing “Braahmans as the most truthful for they would not tell a lie for anything on earth”. And, those very same Braahmans have been accused of all kinds of social improprieties and were termed as most wicked among the Hindoos! Now ask yourself, who have been lying all along? These people from different origins, from different centuries, who came and visited the Hindoos, and arrived at invariably the same conclusion; or, Christian missionaries cum educators who had the hidden agenda to convert Hindoos into Christianity by hook or crook? Or, Communist-Marxist historians of AMU and JNU who had a hidden agenda to spread their wings so they could keep their illegitimately acquired hold over Hindoo society? All fraudsters have a brotherhood kind
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of feeling and they support each other. This is what these Christians and Communists had been doing but simpleton Hindoos did not see through their foul play. Wake up my Hindoo nation and try to understand their game plan.36 On the other hand, only three centuries later, the Saint of Christianity named Francis Xavier of 16th century (we will soon see what other people of 16th century have to say) calls Hindoo Braahmans as perverse, wicked and crafty men and terms all Hindoos as unholy race. Such happens to be the character of a Saint of Christianity. So, you can well imagine what would be the character of the lesser ones than a Saint.
Xavier wrote in another letter to the Society of Jesus, “There are in these parts among the pagans a class of men called Braahmans. They are as perverse and wicked a set as can anywhere be found, and to whom applies the Psalm, which says: ‘From an unholy race, and wicked and crafty men, deliver me, Lord.’’ Xavier wrote in another letter to the Society of Jesus: “If it were not for the Braahmans, we should have all the heathens embracing our faith”.37

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When their ulterior motives are not otherwise fulfilled, they resort to tarnishing the image of others, and in doing so they reveal their own ‘wicked and crafty nature’. The same applies to the Christian English educated Christianized-Hindoos, and CommunistMarxist thinkers who adopted such questionable methods to raise their own social status by fraudulently reducing others. And, on that premise they built their imaginary theory of so-called Oppressive Braahmanism so that they could discredit the Braahmans, and occupy their coveted position in the Hindoo society of which these characters were not worthy of. Using (rather abusing) their hold over administrative machinery and educational system, they filled Hindoo children’s minds with the filth that the Braahmans practiced much despised caste system and untouchability to retain their own superiority and their hold over Hindoo society. In the process, they not only tarnished the image of Braahmans in Hindoo society,

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but effectively persecuted Hindooism itself on a much wider scale. Their motive was simple: convert the Hindoos into Christians. Communists followed the lead and used the same technique. Their motive was equally simple: convert the Hindoos into CommunistsMarxists.

Evidence # 9
Again in the 13th century, Shems-ed din Abu Abdallah quotes the following judgment of Bedi Ezr Zenan: “The Indians are innumerable, like grains of sand, free from all deceit and violence. They fear neither death nor life.”38

Commentary Bedi Ezr Zenan in the 13th century spoke of “Hindoos Free of all deceit and violence”. But Hindoo Braahmans have been accused by Christians and Communists for deceit, and violence in form of gross social injustice!

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Tarnished Image of Braahmans
The foundation on which the Christians and the Communists built their propaganda was the imaginary theory of Aryan Invasion39 and establishment of socalled (imaginary) oppressive Braahmanism. This in itself was a fraud against humanity, and deceit of high order. This crooked theory has caused immense harm to the humanity. This topic would require a separate book on its own merit.

Evidence # 10
In the 14th century we have Friar Jordanus, who goes out of his way to tell us that the people of Lesser India (South and Western) are true in speech and eminent in justice.”40

Commentary • Friar Jordanus in the 14th century speaks of “Hindoos True in Speech and Eminent in Justice”. But same Hindoos are accused of gross social injustice by our Christian educators and Marxist intellectuals.

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Must you continue to respect these liars who committed social fraud41 on you? Ask Hindoos, ask yourself. Don’t you owe at least, that much to yourself? How long do you want to live under the spell of these crooks who taught you nothing but lie and called themselves as educators and intellectuals?

Evidence # 11
In the 16th century, Abul Fazl, the minister of the Emperor Akbar, says in his Aayine Akbari: “The Hindus are religious, affable, cheerful, lovers of justice, given to retirement, able in business, admirers of truth, grateful and of unbounded fidelity; and their soldiers know not what it is to fly from the field of battle.”42

Commentary Akbar’s Muslim Minister Abul Fazl in the 16th century spoke of “Hindu Justice, Truthfulness, and never fly from the battlefield type of character”. And, what these Christian missionary educators have taught you all along, that, Hindoos were so much

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divided all the time that they could not face the Muslims. • Besides, lowering your self-esteem what else have they given you? Have they provided you with the knowledge that has benefited you, or have they cheated on you while maintaining a poker face all the while?

Evidence # 12
Max Muller wrote: “So I could go on quoting from book after book, and again and again we should see how it was the love of truth that struck all the people who came in contact with India, as the prominent feature in the national character of its inhabitants. No one ever accused them of falsehood. There must surely be some ground for this, for it is not a remark that is frequently made by travellers in foreign countries, even in our time, that their inhabitants invariably speak the truth. Read the accounts of English travellers in France, and you will find very little said about French honesty and veracity, while French accounts of England are seldom without a fling at Perfide43 Albion!” 44

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Commentary Max Muller compares “legendary Hindoo honesty with English and French, and finds it superior to the Europeans”. He also mentioned that he can go on quoting book after book and you will find that “no one ever accused Hindus of falsehood”. • Think, my dear fellows, think, can the Truthfulness of this magnitude survive in a society allegedly ridden with social injustice? Or, the allegation itself has been fraudulent, and a fabrication with ulterior motive? • We have dealt with those motives, in detail, in our other books45. You will see from historical evidence that historical frauds have been so common with Christianity from its very inception that it has become the second nature of Christianity46 as a religion and those people who practice it.

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Evidence incidental to the main theme
Warren Hastings thus spoke of Hindus in general: “They are gentle and benevolent, more susceptible of gratitude for kindness shown to them, and less prompted to vengeance for wrongs inflicted than any people on the face of the earth; faithful, affectionate, submissive to legal authority.” 47

Commentary Warren Hastings [First Governor General of ChristianBritish India 1774-1784] spoke of the “Hindus as less prompted to Vengeance for Wrong Inflicted than any people on the face of the earth”. This is probably the reason that Hindoos continue to tolerate these fraudsters, who have perpetrated social fraud of such magnitude that they have destroyed a great civilization that lasted thousands of years until these crooks arrived on the scene. Expect me not to use better adjectives for them. They should be identified as they have been, and as they are.

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Evidence incidental to the main theme
Bishop Heber said “The Hindus are brave, courteous, intelligent, most eager for knowledge and improvement; sober, industrious, dutiful to parents, affectionate to their children, uniformly gentle and patient, and more easily affected by kindness and attention to their wants and feelings than any people I ever met with”.48

Commentary Bishop Heber spoke of “Hindus as more easily affected by kindness and attention to their wants and feelings than any people he ever met with”. This is probably the reason that Hindoos respected Christianity looking at handful of seemingly honest Christians like these counted few.

Evidence # 13
The Hindus are mild and gentle people, more merciful to prisoners than any other Asiatics. Their freedom from gross debauchery is the point in which they appear to most advantage; and their superiority in purity of manners is not flattering to our self-esteem.49

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Commentary Elphinstone, the Governor of the Bombay Presidency, spoke of “Hindus as more merciful to prisoners than any other Asiatic and their freedom from gross debauchery”. • People who are merciful and who live a life of purity, they do not indulge into the kind of gross social injustice they have been accused of, by Christian educators and Marxist educators. Evidence incidental to the main theme
Sir Thomas Munro bears even stronger testimony. He writes: “If a good system of agriculture, unrivalled manufacturing skill, a capacity to produce whatever can contribute to either convenience or luxury, schools established in every village for teaching, reading, writing, and arithmetic, the general practice of hospitality and charity amongst each other, and above all, a treatment of the female sex full of confidence, respect, and delicacy, are among the signs which denote a civilized people – then the Hindus are not inferior to the nations of Europe, and if civilization is to become an article of trade between England and India, I am convinced that England will gain by the import cargo.” 50

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Commentary Sir Thomas Munro, the eminent Governor of Madras Presidency, spoke that “Hindus were not inferior to the nations of Europe and he was convinced that England had more to gain if Civilization became an article for trade between India and England”. • Do you think Sir Thomas Munro would have said something like this if our Hindoo society was ridden with social injustice of the kind these Christian and Marxist educators have told us, and also told the rest of the world?

Evidence # 14
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personal communication with a numerous body of artificers, mechanics, and labourers, and always found amongst them cheerful and unwearied industry, good-humoured compliance with the will of their superiors, and a readiness to make whatever exertions were demanded from them: there was among them no drunkenness, no disorderly conduct, no insubordination. It would not be true to say that there was no dishonesty, but it was comparatively rare, invariably petty, and much less formidable than, I believe, it is necessary to guard against in other mints in other countries. There was considerable skill and ready docility. So far from there being any servility, there was extreme frankness, and I should say that where there is confidence without fear, frankness is one of the most universal features in the Indian character. Let the people feel sure of the temper and goodwill of their superiors, and there is an end of reserve and timidity, without the slightest departure from respect…’51

Commentary • Prof Wilson spoke of “Hindu Honesty at Calcutta Mint superior to mints in other countries”. Do you think that a society, which cannot have any social justice within its own social framework, can be made of people, commonly so very honest, as indicated here?

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Evidence # 15
Then, speaking of much-abused Indian Pundits, he says: ‘The studies which engaged my leisure brought me into connection with the men of learning, and in them I found the similar merits of industry, intelligence, cheerfulness, frankness, with others peculiar to their avocation. A very common characteristic of these men and of the Hindus especially, was simplicity truly childish, and a total unacquaintance with the business and manners of life. Where that feature was lost, it was chiefly by those who had been long familiar with Europeans. Amongst the Pundits, or the learned Hindus, there prevailed great ignorance and great dread of the European character. There is indeed, very little intercourse between any class of Europeans and Hindu scholars, and it is not wonderful, therefore, that mutual misapprehension should prevail.’52

Tarnished Image of Braahmans
• Prof Wilson spoke of Braahman Simplicity truly Childish. Do you think that these Braahmans could have been credited with such childish simplicity if they happened to be such dirty people, who were alleged to have created this treacherous Caste system for their own benefit?

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• Prof Wilson further clarifies that wherever “that truly childish simplicity” was lost it was on account of their long association with the Europeans. So you see what a bad company can do to anyone! The products of such bad company were Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, Pundit Sunder Lal, M N Roy, and many such celebrities. How they worked towards destroying Hindoo heritage is something you need to read in my other works53. • In the 13th century Italian Marco Polo had given testimony that Hindoo Braahmans were most truthful and they would not tell a lie for anything on this earth. Three centuries later in the 16th century Spanish Christian Saint calls the Braahmans as perverse, wicked and crafty. Three centuries further down the line, in the 19th century British Prof Wilson testifies the childlike simplicity of Hindoo Braahmans. Xavier could not convert all Hindoos into Christianity. His ulterior motive was hurt. So, he painted Braahmans in such bad light. His successors did the same thing.

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Xavier wrote in another letter to the Society of Jesus: “If it were not for the Braahmans, we should have all the heathens embracing our faith”. 54

• Later day missionary educated ChristianizedHindoos parroted what their teachers had taught them. Realize that you have learned the falsehood from your Christian educators and you have spread that falsehood further through television serials, movies, newspapers, etc. Now you must stop and reverse that process, for which you too are responsible to a good extent but only as the pawns in the hands of those master conspirators, who fooled you and cheated you all along. If anyone is to be despised, it is not Braahmans but these cheats called Christian educators and Communist-Marxist educators.

Evidence # 16
Colonel Sleeman saw India, where alone the true India can be seen, namely, in the village-communities… In their Panchaayats [village self-governance], Sleeman tells us, “men adhere habitually and religiously to the truth”, and “I have had before me hundreds of cases,” he says, “in which a man’s property,

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liberty, and life depended upon his telling a lie, and he has refused to tell it.” Max Muller wrote: “Could many an English judge say the same?” 55

Commentary Please take a special note of the year in which those observations were documented in writing by Colonel Sleeman. It was 1835-36 during which he had been writing his personal observations in letters to his sister who lived in England. You will see its relevance later in this work where I shall briefly explain how things changed so drastically after about 1850? Colonel Sleeman has put on records that he had before him hundreds of cases, in which a man’s property, liberty, and life depended upon his telling a lie, and he refused to tell it. Max Muller then asks: Can many an English judge say the same? • Could our so-called wretched Caste system and a socially unjust society have produced such truthful Hindoos incomparable elsewhere?

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• Do you realize the significance of Max Muller’s this particular sentence: Can many an English judge say the same? By deductive logic, if the outcome was so great, then the foundation also had to be equally great. And, that foundation was the 4-Varn System. • People with vested interest speak against it. People of ignorance keep parroting the same. Today, if we do not see any trace of such legendary truthfulness among the Hindoos, it is because these Hindoos have become Christianized-Hindoos, under the very bad influence of six generations of Christian-English Education System, a topic that I have dealt with in great detail in my other works.

Evidence # 17
Max Muller continues: “Now, it is quite true that during the two thousand years which precede the time of Mahmoud of Ghazni, India has had but (*not) few foreign visitors, and few foreign critics; still it is extremely strange that whenever, either in Greek, or in Chinese, or in Persian, or in Arab writings, we meet any attempts at describing the distinguishing features in the

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national character of the Indians (*Hindoos), regard for truth and justice should always be mentioned first.” 56

Commentary • Max Muller says that for past two thousand years Greeks, Chinese, Persian, Arabs, all described the “most distinguishing feature of Hindoo society as its regard for truth and justice”, but for two hundred years Christian-English education system taught Hindoos that the most distinguishing feature of Hindoo society was its social injustice in form of 4-Varn System, which they renamed as Caste system. • Were these Christian educationists lying all along? Was their lie part of a much bigger conspiracy against Hindoo society? Was it to bleed Hindoo society to death? • Again please notice what he says “we meet any attempts at describing the distinguishing features in the national character of the Hindoos, regard for truth and justice should always be mentioned first”. Those who accuse Hindoo society of gross social injustice in the
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name of Caste system, let them explain how all these people could have witnessed such high regard for Justice? Evidence incidental to the main theme
Max Muller wrote: “Let me add that I have been repeatedly told by English merchants that commercial honour stands higher in India than in any other country, and that a dishonoured bill is hardly known there” 57

Commentary • 19th-century English Merchants spoke that “commercial Honour stood higher in India than in any other country”. Why we do not see any evidence of it today? Is it because Christian educators have completely ruined the sense of ethics amongst Hindoos? • Educators, who themselves posses no ethics, what else can they pass on to their pupil? If they themselves were not truthful, and their sole purpose behind replacing ancient Hindoo education system was

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to break the backbone of Hindoo society, then how could you expect to learn anything about justice from them? • You must understand this basic fact: if the foundation is based on fraud, its outcome will also be fraud. In this context, Christian-English education system’s foundation was based on fraud against Hindoo society. Their purpose was ignoble. Their intentions were conspiratorial. There was simply no regard for truth and justice in their belief system. • Therefore, they produced crops like themselves. Students of their education system, through next six generations, gradually continued to become fraudulent like their teachers. They lost regard for truth and justice that happened to be cherished Ethos of Hindoo society until two centuries ago! If you wish to know how Christianity manages that wonderful task, you need to learn more about Christianity and its hidden character, and for that you

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have to refer to my work Christianity in a different Light and subsequent works.

Evidence # 18
Max Muller wrote: “I have left to the last of the witness who might otherwise have been suspected – I mean the Hindus themselves. The whole of their literature from one end to the other is pervaded by expressions of love and reverence for truth. I doubt whether in any other of the ancient literatures of the world you will find traces of that extreme sensitiveness of conscience which despairs of our ever speaking the truth, and which declares silence as gold and speech silver, though in a much higher sense than our proverb” 58

Commentary Max Muller wrote that the whole of Hindoo literature from one end to the other is pervaded by expressions of love and reverence for truth. He expressed doubt whether in any other of the ancient literatures of the world you will find traces of that extreme sensitiveness of conscience which despairs of our ever speaking the truth.

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• Now, ask yourself a question. Here stood Hindoo society which practiced truth and justice by thought, speech and action for thousands of years, and with consistency. Could there have existed, unnoticed by all concerned, the gross social injustice of such magnitude in form of the infamous Caste system? • Was it the brainchild of those conspirators, who converted into reality of today, something that was nonexistent in the days of which they spoke of? Evidence incidental to the main theme
Max Muller wrote: “If you approach the Hindus with such feelings, you will teach them neither rectitude, nor science, nor literature. Nay, they might appeal to their own literature, even to their law-books, to teach us at least one lesson of truthfulness, truthfulness to ourselves, or, in other words, humility” 59

Commentary Max Muller writes, “Hindus may teach us at least one lesson of truthfulness, that is, truthfulness to ourselves”.

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What did Christian educators do? Instead of learning that truthfulness from Hindoos, they destroyed the truthfulness of the Hindoos. This is what you acquire from an Aasuric culture like Christianity. They have destroyed your sense of ethics, justice, truthfulness all that you ever valued. • If it was all so good for 24 centuries continuously, as documented in the testimonies by nonHindoo visitors to this Hindoo land, then what went wrong in less than two centuries? • The answer is simple. Keeping all factors constant, the only variable on the scene is the presence of Aasuric influence of Christianity, which has eclipsed the Hindoo society.

Braahmans were Poorest of all
It generally takes longer to build than dismantle! Not for centuries, but for millenniums, Braahmans played the exemplary role. They themselves lived as the poorest of the lot but raised rich morals among the rest
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in the society. And, ample evidence of such rich morals, as documented by many-many foreign visitors to this Hindoo land over more than two millenniums, you have already seen. Do you remember the legendry poor Dronaachaarya who could not buy milk for his only child Ashwatthaama? Do you remember poor Sudaama who could only carry few grams when he went to meet his childhood friend Shri Krishn? Do you remember the stories that you read during your childhood? Whenever the central figure of the story happened to be a Braahman, did those stories not begin as “Once upon a time there was a poor Braahman”! Can you remember any story “Once upon a time there was a rich Braahman”? Well, I would not be surprised if you manage to find me one of them created during past fifty odd years by one of those MarxistCommunist intellectual professors of JNU who have mastered the technique of fabricating history in connivance with their bedfellow AMU professors. You

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will find enough evidence of such historical fabrications in my other work Ayodhya Shri Raam Mandir - Facts that did not reach you all.

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How then the scenario changed so drastically after middle of 19thcentury?
I am not going to provide you with all the answers here. The scope of this work is predefined. It is to raise enough doubt in your mind about the veracity of the impressions you hold. If you have any love and pride left in you for your own heritage then you should feel the urge to probe further. And that enquiry should lead you towards the truth. I shall only provide you with some clues here in summarized form.

Christian British made Hindoo Braahmans Rich
Things rapidly changed after introduction of ChristianEnglish Education System in 1835 which not only
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replaced but also systematically eliminated60 the ancient Hindoo education system from this soil. • You must understand one basic thing that it is education that shapes our understanding of this world and the happenings here; it is the education that shapes our thoughts and attitudes; it is the education that forms our value system. • Braahmans were chosen by the Christian-British for their induction into Christianized-Anglicized culture. As Braahmans were most literate and capable of adopting any new form of education with ease, they were made the first guinea pigs of new education system. The graduates were given plush jobs in Christian-British administration which dramatically raised their fortunes as these Braahmans earlier used to be poorest of all 4 Varn(s). With this change in their life style and living comforts — their whole attitude towards life and the society changed. With new Christianized education from childhood the newer generations of Braahman born were made to learn new

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philosophy and new attitudes towards life and its goal. Now they started becoming no less expansive in their life style and attitudes and the inherent contracting tendencies were soon replaced by Christianized expansive tendencies, the ills of all that we see today.

Braahmans were manipulated by the Christian-British
How these Braahmans were manipulated and then gradually victimized is a tale of conspiracy against humanity that I have touched upon in varying degree in two of my earlier works61. In this context, it must be understood that none of my works are stand alone and cannot tell the whole story at one place. There is a continuity and connectivity among all. Evidence incidental to the main theme
Macaulay: “We must at present do our best to form a class who may be interpreters between us and the millions whom we govern; a class of persons, Indian in blood and colour, but English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect.”62

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In Christian British company they became the so-called Upper Class
These Braahmans and Kshatriyas having been groomed up under Christianized-English education they learned to admire their Christian-British masters and adopted all63 their ills fully. • They saw their Christian-British master acting as the oppressors of worst kind and they too gradually became much like them. • They saw their Christian-British masters treating the poor section of people as dirt not as human beings and they also adopted those evils from their masters whom they admired. • Then having corrupted these two classes very substantially, those very Christian-British masters and their Christian-British Missionary stooges turned the poorer class against the affluent class of Christianized Braahman and Kshatriya born.

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Divide and Rule Policy is not British, it is Christian - it is the gift from their messiah Jesus Christ - and, here we have ample evidence from Holy Bible
What you saw above — first creating an upper class — isolating them from the mainstream — then poisoning the masses against that upper class — is the technique of creating division and putting one against the other. Christian-British ran away from India in great hurry as they were in tatters due to the immense pressure built from outside64 and from inside65 but they did not forget to plant their stooges66 carefully placed in the new government and thus, left behind their legacy in form of Christian English educated Hindoos who continued to practice Divide and Rule Policy as before. Evidence incidental to the main theme We find the following documentations in the authoritative text in the New Testament, the second part of Holy Bible.
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• St Mathew was one of the Chief Disciples of Jesus Christ and he documented in Christian Bible what he heard himself from Jesus Christ. The documentation can be found in the 1st Gospel written by Saint Matthew.
Matthew 10:34 Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. 10:35 For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against the mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. 10:36 And a man’s foe shall be they of his own household. 10:37 He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me. 12: 30 He that is not with me is against me67
St Matthew an Apostle and the author of the first Gospel68 Apostle: Each of the twelve chief disciples of Jesus Christ 69 Gospel: the record of Christ’s life and teachings in the first four books of the New Testament70 New Testament: the second part of the Christian Bible71

• Statements made by St Matthew were duly validated and can be found in the 3rd Gospel written by Saint Luke.
Luke 12:51 Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division: 12:52 For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three. 12:53 The father shall be divided against the

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son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. 14:26 If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.72
Nay: a negative answer73 St Luke: an evangelist and the author of the third Gospel74

• St Thomas, better known in India, was one of the Chief Disciples of Jesus Christ and he too documented what he heard himself from Jesus Christ. The documentation can be found in the Gospel of Saint Thomas.
16 Jesus said: Perhaps men think that I came to cast peace on the world; and they do not know that I came to cast division upon earth, fire, sword, war. For five will be in a house; there will be three against two and two against three, the father against the son and the son against the father. And they will stand because they are single ones. 56 Jesus said: He who will not hate his father and his mother cannot be my disciple. And he who will not hate his brothers and sisters, and carry his cross as I have, will not become worthy of me.75
St Thomas: an Apostle76

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Thus, you witness here what the Messiah himself said in very clear language to his own disciples as to what he truly wanted of his followers. You must realize that all those sweet words about so much overflowing love for humanity is nothing but advertisement to cover up the truth. Therefore, you need to understand very clearly yet another thing, that is, so long the influence of Christianity remains on this Hindoo land, the people living on this land will continue to practice that Divide and Rule Policy. What you often fail to notice that it is not the “true” Hindoos that practice Divide and Rule Policy for they believe in unifying and building, not breaking and destroying77. It is the Hindoo born Christian English Educated—and their offshoots—who have been, and continue to, practice this policy. But then it has become very difficult to isolate them for identification simply because their numbers have grown exponentially, and they have become so numerous that they can be seen

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everywhere around you. To top it, they take one very special precaution: they do not give up their Hindoo names78 while continuing their subversion activities79. With their suffocating grip over media and power platform of every kind80 they keep managing their destructive game un-understood by the gullible81 Hindoos.

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Importance of pedigree
Is pedigree important for pet animals but not for humans?
When rich people buy a puppy they check the pedigree. When European dairy farms buy cows and bulls they check the pedigree. So, the record of ancestors, genealogy is important when it comes to buying an animal but it seems a matter of least interest when it comes to humans.

Is the quality of next generation important for pet animals but not for humans?
While mating two animals the pedigree becomes relevant even today so that the next generation is equally good if not better. But it seems that when humans mate and produce children the next generation is not so important. Therefore, they do not care to look at the pedigree.

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A little knowledge is always very dangerous It all started in India with the spread of ChristianEnglish education system. Two thousand year old Christianity is so very ignorant of the laws of the Nature and like fools they always try to conquer the Nature. When Christian Missionary Educators saw Hindoos having a very sophisticated system of applied mathematics to human lives they simply could not make head or tail out of it82.

Immense harm they have done by imposing their ignorance
Pampering their immensely inflated ego they thought that they were a superior race, and like all fools do they too simply condemned Hindoo system as nothing but superstition. And with that they passed on their own ignorance and lack of understanding to Hindoo children whom they taught for six generations after systematically eliminating ancient Hindoo education system.
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Importance of marriages in the same Varn’
Hindoo social structure placed high degree of importance to marriages of likes to strengthen offspring of like qualities. For instance, a Kshatriya would be married to a Kshatriya so that the children born are with the qualities of Kshatriya and each new generation of newborns is geared to fulfil its social obligations well when they grow up, as expected of a Kshatriya. Maintaining self-reliance and equilibrium Thus, Braahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shoodr all have their respective responsibilities towards the society’s needs and its equilibrium, and thus, selfreliance is maintained within the society by adequate supply and training of necessary skills. Self-governance was the key The society lived in small units of villages and each village would be self-sufficient to its needs without
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requiring migration from one to the other. It also maintained the safety and ethical norms within the commune. Each village would thus be self-governed as had been witnessed by Colonel Sleeman as late as in 19th century83. Comparative scenario In that social structure of yesteryears we did not have (a) hypocrisy as rampant as is today in modern Christianized urban society, (b) lack of security needing excessive and unduly expensive security measures as it is today84, and (c) total lack of moral values as compared to the Hindoo society of olden days. In today’s Christianized societies, there is no doubt lot of talk about morality, but little in evidence in reality. Probably, so much talk about morality is necessitated by the stark absence85 of it in conducts of the people. Today we look down upon the olden day social structure, and gloat upon the beauties of present day

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social structure; but if only we had learned to be honest to ourselves, we would realize how low we have drooped down the stream. Unfortunately, our ego is so blinding that we fail to see the truth in Max Muller’s words when he says:
If you approach the Hindus with such feelings, you will teach them neither rectitude, nor science, nor literature. Nay, they might appeal to their own literature, even to their law-books, to teach us at least one lesson of truthfulness, truthfulness to ourselves, or, in other words, - humility.86

Hotchpotch ruins Social Economics
With mixed-Varn children we have new generations of undefined social characteristics and social responsibilities. Kshatriya-Shoodr, Vaishya-Kshatriya, Shoodr-Braahman children would not know which direction of social training and responsibility they need to take up.

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Lesser acknowledged Truth As a result, today Christian countries (like USA, Canada) face acute shortage of people willing to take up lower-end jobs, and these societies have been forced to depend on immigrants, and that in turn, has raised issues relating to racial discrimination and deep discontentment among new immigrants until they somehow settle down. The art of cover up Racial discrimination nevertheless remains alive deep into the system and only victims know it too well though not acknowledged by these Christian societies for they are trained to maintain a positive face before others. And who points finger at whom? And these are the people who talk of social discrimination in olden day society forgetting that those societies were essentially village-based societies

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with less than thousand people in a habitat and migration was not called for.

Not long ago but only 123 years ago
Following was the situation only 123 years ago [1882] and that too after the Christian-British had substantially messed up our social structure. Try to visualize what would have been the situation before Christian-British messing up the structure.
I see from Dr Hunter’s latest statistical tables that the whole number of towns and villages in British India amounts to 493,498. Out of this number 448,320 have less than 1000 inhabitants, and may be called villages. In Bengal, where the growth of towns has been most encouraged through Government establishments, the total number of homesteads is 117,042 and more than half of these contain less than 200 inhabitants. In the North-western Provinces the last census gives us 105,124 villages, against 297 towns. See Times 14 August 1882.87

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It was not social discrimination but social structure for a balanced society
Eyes blinded and minds shut failing to see the reality
It was not social discrimination but social structure for a balanced society. However, these modern educated with an education system, which essentially arose from a Christian base, fail to see this part of the reality because their eyes are blinded and their minds are shut by an education system, which did not care for truth but for propagating a mission, beneath which lay the hidden motive of expansion of Christian imperialism.

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Oh! That unfulfilled wish... These Christian societies and our Christianized-Hindoo society, which now dutifully apes its Christian counterpart, is rife with social insecurity issues of the magnitude that were unknown in those days of Hindoo society. And yet, it is Christianized-Hindoos who are pretty much vocal about this alleged discrimination in the Hindoo society in the name of Varn system, probably because their only wish to be born with white skin has not been fulfilled.

What Islam could not do
Islam could not destroy Hindooism in thousand-year but Christianity has done it, in large measure, within 170 years! This is the greatest contribution (or, Curse?) of Christian-English education system in India.

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Plenty of strength in social structure of Hindoo society
Comparative scenario
Consider the success of Hindoo 4-Varn System with a village based economy and social structure, not necessitating migration on account of job related needs. As against this, look at the dependence of Christianized urbanized societies on migration of labour, and the ills thereof on issues related to morality. Consider the extraordinary sense of truth and justice in Hindoo village communes, even as late as in the 19th century [see Colonel Sleeman’s account], and compare its striking absence in today’s litigation-prone Christianized urbanized societies. Consider the 4-Varn based Hindoo society’s extraordinary love for truth and justice as against Christian society’s latent racial discrimination and rich-

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poor class system with striking absence of true humanitarian feelings, where we do not recognize and care for the next-door neighbour, and ever ready to get into litigation on any instance of so-called infringement of privacy issues and personal rights.

That afternoon of July 2002 in Europe at lunch...
On the question of litigations relating to infringement of privacy issues and personal rights, I cannot resist but to tell you of an interesting episode. It was July of 2002 in Venezia in Europe, lunch time. While at lunch, I was watching the Italian television after watching Pope John Paul II’s drooping head on the screen for a while, a thing that they ritually do every day lunch time. A real-life situation, not an imaginary story A real-life courtroom proceeding was being live telecast. They do this also regularly, everyday around

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that time, and we get to watch in full view of camera the entire proceedings from beginning till end. My host explained to me the subject matter of the judicial proceedings. Here was the man and the woman, both neighbours. Subject of litigation was man’s pet dog. This dog was very affectionate to the woman. This affection developed in the days when the man and the woman were in intimate terms and used to frequent each other’s house regularly. So did the dog, he too visited the woman’s apartment regularly. Later the man and the woman broke up. As they broke up they would not visit each other anymore. But the dog could not follow the same routine. He would still visit woman’s house regularly. The man had no objection but the woman did. She asked the man to stop his dog from visiting her place. The man tried his best but could not stop the dog from doing so. Then, the woman sued the man in the court for letting his dog infringe her privacy. The man presented in the court his argument that he attempted his every bit but

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the dog wouldn’t listen. The woman argued before the court that the dog belonged to the man and therefore, legally he was obliged to ensure that the dog did not infringe her privacy by visiting her apartment, and thus violating her personal right not wanting the dog to come to her. You can imagine the judge’s predicament in this case as far as delivering a just judgment was concerned. I leave to your imagination what the judge might have done eventually!

So much strength in ancient social structure and how they ruined it
I see plenty of strength in the social structure of yesteryears when I read the testimonies of those days’ independent observers of our society, and with dismay I see these Christianized-Hindoos turning a blind-eye towards those; such a disaster had been the Macaulayite Christian-English education system designed to produce “Indians in blood and colour, but

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English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect” as said by Macaulay in his own words. And then, Castles of Sand they built On a worldwide scale, if we look at the social structures evolved by Christian societies, Marxist societies and so-called Secular societies, we see them disintegrating already. The base unit family is fast eroding the social fabric of modern society and we can look at the number of years they have withstood the test of time.

Nothing surpasses the Test of Time
The Test of Time is the best test; it tells us what works in practice. It has worked for Hindoo society; it has not worked for Christian societies, Marxist societies, and Secular societies long enough to stand the test of time.

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I see NO reason to be defensive
And therefore, I see no reason to be defensive about Hindoo system of social structure; those who speak ill of it looking at today’s situation deliberately shut their eyes towards the fact that this very deterioration is the effect of its long association with Islamic, Christian, Marxist and Secular societies.

It had saved Hindoo society from being obliterated
Instead of looking at the cause and effect relationship, Hindoo hater Indian-Englishmen, ChristianizedHindoos and Fake-Secularists point fingers at the ancient system, which saved Hindoo society from being obliterated by Islamic and Christian imperialistic greed.

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Understanding Hindoo Family-Dharm’
Value attached to the Seed
Hindoo value system placed very high degree of importance to morality where a woman does not accept the seed form anyone other than her husband88. Family structure, allocation of powers and responsibilities Each family would have a head known as Karta whose decision would be final in case of family disputes and disagreements. Just and fair to all This authority would be vested in the Karta with the responsibility to be just and fair to all in the family, and not to base crucial decisions on personal preferences.

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In all his visible judgments and decisions, he would be expected to demonstrate justice and fairness. Children learning to value those qualities Children of the family would grow up ‘learning to value’ these qualities of justice and fairness. This process of living through just and fair dealings, would inculcate those qualities in them, through the course of their growing up process. Exemplary conduct became their training ground The exemplary conduct of the Karta of the family would be the foundation which would be the functional training ground for the next generation. This is how the love for truth and justice survived in Hindoo society through ages.

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Character building demands character display
But six generation of Christianized-English education has robbed it all and brought us down to their level. In Christian World you don’t find any such exemplary conduct. Poor they have been trying in vain using books as the vehicle to teach their children. They don’t realize the basic truth that character building demands character display! This was a living reality of Hindoo social life This was a living reality of Hindoo social life or else, different visitors from different nations over different centuries would not have mentioned so consistently of this quality among Hindoos.
Now, it is quite true that during the two thousand years which precede the time of Mahmoud of Ghazni, India has had but few foreign visitors, and few foreign critics; still it is extremely strange that whenever, either in Greek, or in Chinese, or in Persian, or in Arab writings, we meet any attempts at describing the distinguishing features in the national character of the

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Indians (*Hindoos), regard for truth and justice should always be mentioned first.89

Hindoo Joint Family structure and its Strengths
Returning to the Hindoo family structure of earlier days, Karta would normally be the able-bodied ableminded eldest male member of the family. Position of authority and responsibility would be distributed in a hierarchical manner in the sense that elder the member greater the authority coupled with greater responsibility. Younger members would be groomed on the same pattern to learn to assume the authority as well as discharge corresponding responsibility, as they would grow up in the hierarchy. Respect and responsibility went hand in hand The respect for the elders would be an unwritten law, and it would be expected of all to observe it without any reservation. With that elders would have the equal amount of responsibility to stay worthy of such respect
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by their thoughts and actions. This would be the balancing factor for maintaining necessary equilibrium in the family. Responsibility of adult male members Adult male members of the family would have the responsibility of earning for the family to meet its needs, and to provide shelter and protection to the female members and children of the family. Responsibility of adult female members Female members would have the responsibility of taking care of the in-house needs of male members of family, and raising the kids in line with the culture and traditions of the family. Responsibility of elder female members Elder female members of the family would have the responsibility of grooming up the younger female members of the family in the desired direction.

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Female members played crucial role through formative years of growing children Each new generation would learn the family values from their mothers and grandmothers, and in this manner the female members of the family would play the crucial role through the formative years of growing children. Religion would be essential part of family values Spirituality would be an essential part of the family values, and women folk would be the custodian and deliverer of these values to each next generation through their growing up process. Fidelity would be the norm Single spouse system and fidelity would be the norm. Exceptions would be found in the context of political marriages where a king would offer his daughter to another king and thus, the two ruling families would unite and not be threat to each other. Such marriages

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would primarily be conducted for maintaining powerbalance and political equilibrium. These would be exceptions not rule, and we have references to many kings having only one wife.

How Hindoo family structure changed so drastically that now we hardly see much evidence of our earlier system
The whole system, however, changed after brutal onslaught of Islam and its direct interference in Hindoo way of family life through forced conversions and forced marriages of Hindoo girls and Hindoo women into Muslim powerful families. This is when family values started deteriorating substantially though it did preserve a lot of it, as we can see from the testimonies of Sir Thomas Munro as presented below, even after thousand years of inhumane oppression that Max Muller called an inferno and wondered “how any nation could have survived such an inferno without being turned into devils themselves.”

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If a good system of agriculture, unrivalled manufacturing skill, a capacity to produce whatever can contribute to either convenience or luxury, schools established in every village for teaching, reading, writing, and arithmetic, the general practice of hospitality and charity amongst each other, and above all, a treatment of the female sex full of confidence, respect, and delicacy, are among the signs which denote a civilized people – then the Hindus are not inferior to the nations of Europe, and if civilization is to become an article of trade between England and India, I am convinced that England will gain by the import cargo.90

The True Culprits have remained unidentified all along
There was so much of beauty left even until early 19th century that the eminent Governor of the then Madras Presidency wrote:
If civilization is to become an article of trade between England and India, I am convinced that England will gain by the import cargo.

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Real downfall occurred during past 170 years
This would mean that real downfall has occurred during past 170 years. All factors remaining constant the only variable has been Christian-English education system forcibly imposed on the Hindoos by systematic elimination of ancient Hindoo education system91.

Hindoo Family Values were altered irreversibly only to fulfil the documented wishes of Jesus Christ - evidence follows
Hindoo Family Values were totally transformed by the Christian-English Education system, which was predominantly guided by the values propagated by Jesus Christ in the Christian Bible. Oxford Dictionary describes
“New Testament” is the second part of the Christian Bible p 1249; “Gospel” is the record of Christ’s life and teachings in the first four books of the New Testament p 792; “St Matthew” was an Apostle, and the author of the first Gospel p 1143; “St Luke” was an evangelist, and the author of the third

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Gospel p 1099; “St Thomas” was an Apostle p 1928; “Apostle” Each of the twelve chief disciples of Jesus Christ is an Apostle p 77

Christian Bible New Testament Matthew
10:34 Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. 10:35 For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against the mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. 10:36 And a man’s foe shall be they of his own household. 10:37 He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me. 12: 30 He that is not with me is against me

Christian Bible New Testament Luke
12:51 Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay92; but rather division: 12:52 For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three. 12:53 The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. 14:26 If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.

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Gospel of Thomas
16 Jesus said: Perhaps men think that I came to cast peace on the world; and they do not know that I came to cast division upon earth, fire, sword, war. For five will be in a house; there will be three against two and two against three, the father against the son and the son against the father. And they will stand because they are single ones. 56 Jesus said: He who will not hate his father and his mother cannot be my disciple. And he who will not hate his brothers and sisters, and carry his cross as I have, will not become worthy of me.93

Understanding Jesus Christ’s hidden agenda To understand Jesus’ agenda, as documented in the pages of Christian Bible, you may want to study Christianity in a different Light.

They made you believe your social system was evil
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Joint Family structure was essentially an evil social structure. Single-Parent Family becoming the norm in Christian World duly fulfilling documented wishes of their Messiah Jesus Christ This paved the way for promoting Split Family structure which has now been refined to such levels that gradually Single Parent system is becoming the norm in the Christian-World that we mistakenly identify as Western world, and aping them faithfully we too are rapidly following their footsteps.

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Marriages under Hindoo Joint Family system vs. Modern marriages
Hindoo Marriage was Union of two Families
Marriage was one of the most significant aspects of Family-Dharm’. Marriage was not considered simply as union of two bodies. Marriage was a significant social event. It was union of two families and family traditions. Many things were looked into before setting up marriage Marriages were decided with great care. Several aspects were considered. Not only boy and girl were important, but their parents were also important; so were family lineage, parental characters, parental

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nature, their values, their traditions, their health, their history and so many things. Today boy and girl argue we aren’t marrying our parents Today boy and girl argue, why we need to look at parents, and what character and values they represent; we do not have to marry parents, we have to marry each other. Sounds good but ignores science that they take pride in Fine as it sounds, and nice as it feels, we tend to forget ‘science’ that we are so proud of, which has started understanding a little bit of the relevance of genes in human behavioural pattern. Soon these lovebirds start splitting The hereditary attributes play their role in the long run and we find these lovebirds start splitting after a while. Few years ago, I looked at divorce rates in North
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America exceeding 50%, while these statistics did not tell us the full story, for they covered only those who were legally married, and such couples often find separation and divorce process pretty demanding, considering future of children involved and therefore, not all broken marriages result in legal divorce. Common-law unions A very large segment of married couple in North America (I speak of Canada, and assume it would be same in USA) are those called common-law where the boy and girl live together like husband and wife, have children, file tax returns as common-law spouses, for most purposes they are like married couple except they are not legally married. Failed unions Most of them are youngsters who have not yet planned children, and these marriages break fairly easy as compared to legal marriages, for all they need is to split, and start living separate. These are high ratio
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cases. Thus, if we were to take these into account, then total divorces (where divorce would mean essentially all failed marriages), would probably exceed 75%.

Experiment with life that “Fails” ~ Christian World proudly calls it “Falling in Love”!
What a great system it is that does not stand the test of time, that does not stand the test of success in the desired venture that fails and fails, and finally gets reduced to multiple experiments with life! This, we call modern social structure, and we gloat at its supposedly advanced nature. But their super inflated ego tells them we have progressed There is lot to learn from the systems of olden days that we look down upon thinking we have progressed! Have we? Except that we satisfy our ego by consoling ourselves with such inflated self-estimates!

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The Secret of Stable Hindoo marriages of yesteryear
Great stability and high success rate
We may have occasionally heard about extraordinary accomplishments of Hindoo mathematics. The Christian-World, however, prefers to attribute them to the Greeks and (pre-Islamic) Arabs who basically imported the knowledge from the Hindoos94 and then popularized with the people of Europe. The foundation of Family-Dharm’ was on the premises of the institution of marriage. Arranged marriages demonstrated great stability and reflected high success rate.

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Mathematical Module Applied to Human Lives
This was ensured by a meticulous system of mathematics applied to human lives. Based on time and place of birth of a human being, it could calculate with fair amount of accuracy the life span of the individual. This helped match-making in a manner that one of the spouses does not have to live very long without the other. Module calculated Ego levels of the marrying couple The system could calculate the ego development of the marrying partners. This helped match-making with due caution to conflicting egos between the boy and the girl in consideration.

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Module calculated magnetic appeal between the two The system could calculate with fair amount of accuracy the degree of magnetic control or amenability either spouse will have on the other. This helped match-making with a view to harmony between the two Module calculated sexual compatibility in physical and emotional context The system could calculate with considerable accuracy the sexual compatibility between the boy and girl in question. This helped match-making with regard to this very essential factor in a satisfying marriage. The system considered sexual compatibility in physical as well as emotional context. Sounds incredible? It may be difficult for modern people to visualize that a mathematical system could be capable of ascertaining

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such details without reference to medical and psychological systems. How could they have adopted something from Heathens? Well, that difficulty in perception is natural because modern education system has not tried to evolve mathematical modules applied to human lives. It has not tried so because the modern Christian education system is based on an inflated ego that it has nothing to learn from ancient Hindoo systems. Idolater Hindoos are heathen to Christian-World. After all modern science is brainchild of Christian World More significantly, the modern education system is based on knowledge base of the Christian-World, which would not want to entertain the thought that Hindoo world could have had better developed modules for social, economical, judicial and other processes.

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Module calculated psychological dispositions of the intended couple Returning to the mathematical system we have been referring to, it had developed the capability of determining the psychological dispositions of the intended couple. This helped in (a) ascertaining mental qualities and (b) estimating likely affection for each other, this being very significant element in matchmaking. Module calculated temperament of the couple concerned Then the system calculated the temperament and character of the couple concerned where compatibility of temperament was looked at for a satisfactory marriage union. Module looked into nervous energy indicating physiological and hereditary factors Finally, system looked at nervous energy indicating the physiological and to certain extent hereditary factors.
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This helped match-making with a view to the children that would be borne of such couple, for a marriage was not meant only for the present generation but also for the future generation of the society to come. Module widely followed by Hindoo society produced desired result through millenniums All these factors could be translated into mathematical module because the Creation and maintenance of this Universe itself works on a mathematical module of high precision. The method was widely followed and its results have shown over thousands of years of its application.

Christian Missionary educators did not want to understand high Math - they taught our children it was superstition
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essentially superstitious. The result of our modernity has already started showing on our present day family structure. The technique was not an end in itself Here, you need to understand another fundamental relating to this Creation. That is: nothing is stand alone in isolation to the exclusion of everything else. Do not think that any one aspect of esoteric knowledge would suffice for you to understand the entire gamut of complexities involved in the process of Creation. Simply put you need to understand that the module I spoke of ~ applied mathematics to human lives ~ is not stand alone. It’s well understood application does ensure substantially a stable married life but in itself, it is not the only means to that end. Different modules complement each other Election of the right partner at the initial stage by application of that mathematical module can ensure a

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stable beginning and a stable journey but then that needs to be complemented with some other equally significant modules relevant to human lives. You cannot ignore other modules and expect the entire fruit by sticking to only one.

Esoteric knowledge that graduated to the State of Art
There are several aspects of esoteric knowledge that have not only remained limited within the boundaries of Science but graduated beyond to the State of Art where they have become relevant to human lives in manners that you may not begin to think because your Christian-English educators have systematically buried them over the past two centuries. I am not going to discuss them here but I will return with them someday. In the age of quick fixes In today’s circumstances this clarification is all the more necessary because it is the age of quick fix where

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everyone tends to look for an allopathic medicine for every headache ~ a pill that would instantly relieve you of the headache not bothering to fix the root problem.

For six generations you have been told it’s all superstition
Besides, the close association with and total dependence on Christian-English education system for six generations has made us not only forget those essentials but also treat them as meaningless superstitions because an ignorant education system can give you no better knowledge. A culture that cares not to understand Mother Nature A culture that cares not to understand Mother Nature but only attempts to conquer it like all arrogant fools do can give you no better understanding of matters that truly affect your lives.

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Trial and error and money making racket All they do is whole lot of trial and errors and give them impressive names like psychiatry and various derivatives of those kinds which are nothing but a huge money making racket in the name of scientific education.

How we lost all that?
• Christian-British systematically ancient Hindoo education system95. destroyed

• They withdrew all Treasury support towards any form of education that remotely related to Hindoo system. • Through Christian-English education system they filled the minds of Hindoo children that all of Hindoo system of knowledge was nothing but superstition.

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Through six generations of ChristianEnglish education you have learned to think of them as superstition
• Superstition is something that you believe in blindly • Aren’t you doing the same thing?

• Didn’t you believe blindly what those ignorant Christian-British educators told you? • Neither did they examine the validity of Hindoo branches of knowledge, nor did you examine them. • And, you blindly believed them all to be superstition. • This belief of yours ~ isn’t it a superstition by itself? • They killed our knowledge base, they let it get lost.

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• If few kept it alive through generations without adequate support system and if they lost most of it, you call them quacks.

Who is responsible for the degeneration of Hindoo knowledge base?
• Are these whom you call quacks?

• Or, are those who methodically wiped it out over the period of time?

And it is my firm conviction that there is urgent need for protection of Sanaatan Dharm Hindooism
O Pritha’s son, Arjun! You do not have to be a coward as this does not speak well of you. O Paramtap’! Give up this contemptible infirmity of your heart and mind, and get up to fight the battle for protection of Dharm!

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Pleasure and pain, loss and gain, victory and defeat ~ treat them all as same and get ready for battle. By doing so you won’t commit a sin.
Shrimad’ BhagavadGita Adhyaay 2 Shlok 3 & 38

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Purpose of Varn’ Vyavastha
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 Hindoo society. Necessary occupational training would come from the family itself, and each ancient Hindoo village would be self-dependant. There would be NO need for migration, like today; self-sufficiency and selfdependence would be the motto of Hindoo 4-Varn System.

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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,
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and thus ensure continuity of self-sufficiency and selfdependence of each village unit.

Self-sufficient in education, administration, supplies and services
The Hindoo 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. Here is the documented evidence.

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Evidence # 19
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.96

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 ancient Hindoo 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 One Lakh Eighty Thousand in 1996) to become a barber!
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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 Labour (even a barber earns so much)” which would really mean “Robbing each other for no good reason”. They make such big show of

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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

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will have further encouragement from your so-called professional barber to get your hair painted in one colour in one month and then in another colour 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. 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
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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 Hindoo 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.

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Rigorous life cycle of a Braahman born
Brahm’Charya
Braahman born would be required to undertake a disciplined life style. • First 25 years of Braahman’s life would be spent in total celibacy (Brahm’Charya). He would be engaging himself, during this period of his life, in pursuit of knowledge. He would later be required to fulfil the role of the teacher and a guide to the society.

Grihasth’
Next 25 years of Braahman’s life would be spent in family life (Grihasth). • His being in the family life would have a very definitive purpose in social context.
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• He would be meeting his responsibility towards the society in giving it, its next generation. Children of next generation would be carrying on the tradition after he is gone.

Vaan’Prasth’
Following 25 years he would spend in the woods (Vaan’Prasth) living close to the Mother Nature. • The solitude this would provide, would not allow him day-to-day contact with children and household affairs. • During this period, he would be gradually learning to detach himself from worldly affairs. • With that, he would also be getting a taste of the world away from this world.

Sannyaas’
Remaining part of his life would be spent in total abandonment of worldly ties, Sannyaas.
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• His sole occupation would be to focus his mind only on to the God. • His preparation for the journey towards God would begin in full faith and consistency. • This would allow a Braahman born to graduate towards the higher ends of earthly life through the course of numerous births, if he is able to maintain the sanctity of Braahman birth through his thoughts and actions.

The Varn’ of the Family of your subsequent births will depend on...
• If a Braahman born is not able to maintain the sanctity of Braahman birth through his thoughts and actions throughout his life time then he goes back the ladder as many steps as his thoughts and actions have earned him. • This is where the concept of accumulated deeds comes into play.

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• The deeds can take him back many steps even down to the Shoodr stage depending on the nature of his deeds. The Varn of the Family of your subsequent births will depend on your acquired traits and accumulated deeds of earlier births.

Christian-English education system has taught us...
• Christian-English education system has taught us Hindoos for past six generations that there is no rebirth. • The man is born only once and after that he goes either to heaven or to Hell and lives there forever till eternity. • He goes to heaven if was born a Christian or if he has adopted Christianity during his life time because Jesus is the Sole redeemer of the humanity.

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• If the person was born not as a Christian and not adopted Christianity during his life time then he goes to Hell and lives there till eternity. • Every Christian born or Christian convert is duty bound to convert all heathens into Christianity out of their sheer love for humanity as they cannot bear the thought of so many heathens burning in Hell Fire till eternity! Heathens - example the Hindoos Heathens, according to dictionary definition, are those who are not Christian, Jew, or Muslim. They are follower of a polytheistic religion. For instance, the Hindoos They are the unenlightened people regarded as lacking culture or moral principles. • This dictionary definition tells you how you are placed in comparison to Christians, Jews, and Muslims. If you have any misgivings about your standing in their

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eyes, at least, do not keep fooling yourself that all are equal.

No such rigor for Kshatriya, Vaishya, Shoodr born
Those born in other three Varn(s) would not be required to undergo the rigors that were expected of the Braahman Varn. They could live their whole life within the social framework and continue to enjoy the family life until death, unless an individual decided otherwise for himself. Kshatriya born would be required to undergo training of a warrior and would be expected to participate in protection of the nation, human lives and wealth, social justice and administration. Their natural inclination would be towards organizing, managing, maintaining, politics, and ruler-ship. Vaishya born would be required to undergo training in agriculture, manufacture and trade. They would engage themselves in cultivation of agriculture and
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manufacture of other produces that would be necessary for sustaining life on the earth. They would have natural aptitude for trade and commerce. Shoodr born would be required to undergo training in meeting all other needs for the society. They would naturally gravitate towards service and labour. They would provide other services needed by Braahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya Varn, as well as Shoodr Varn.

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If all Shoodrs were to be untouchable, and what is untouchability
Sanjay of BhagavadGita
Sanjay is one of the central figures in BhagavadGita. His name appears in BhagavadGita a number of times. He is the person who narrates to blind Dhrit’Raashtr’ as to what had been happening at KuruKshetr’. By profession he was charioteer. He drove the chariot of Dhrit’Raashtr’. He served Kshatriya Dhrit’Raashtr’ and was born in a Shoodr family. • If he was untouchable how Dhrit’Raashtr allowed him to touch his chariot or sit next to him inside the palace when the war was in progress?

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Manipulating human emotions by repetition
• Christian-World loves to repeat again and again, over and again, the term Untouchable with reference to Hindoo society.

Right from the childhood
Three years ago97 I was shown a book that was taught in Italian schools. It was a thin book. It covered Hindooism on one page. The page was dominated by a picture and on the side there was some text in Italian language which I could not read. But the picture spoke volumes about Hindooism.

Hindooism put at par with other primitive civilizations
Italian children from their childhood learned what Hindooism was all about from that page on Hindooism.

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Other pages were filled with such other primitive civilizations of the world (as Hindooism).

Untouchables and “The Naked Fakir”
The picture comprised of two persons. One was frail bodied Gandhi in his few inches-wide wrapping around his waistline. The other was a man looking in his eighties. His body frail, starving, stomach almost touching the back, so thin was the body. This was the portrayal of an Untouchable. The message was complete. The picture showed the pathetic condition of an untouchable in Hindooism with their messiah Gandhi who represented India.

An example of the Untouchable
Dome (‘o’ as in pope not as in done) is untouchable. He burned dead bodies. He lived in Shmashaan (crematorium) that are not like Westernized electric crematoriums with nice building and neat environment. The place would be such where there would be skulls

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around in open, bones, jackals and all such things. Place would not be used for human habitation. What would be his living habits? Dome would spend most of his time there. As a result his living habits would be quite unhygienic. His family would not be living far because a Dome may be needed any time, day or night; to burn dead bodies for people do not plan their death during working hours of Monday to Friday. What would be the living habits of his family members? His family lived with him and their living habits would not be any different from the dome who would be the head of the family. So the entire family would have similar unhygienic living conditions by normal standards. Children of the family would live in the same environment; grow up playing in the crematorium environment, as their father would keep himself
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available to receive dead bodies any time during the day and night, weekday or weekend. His and families living depended on dead people as that was his profession.

Why children would acquire father’s occupation?
People die in villages too for they cannot plan their death by going to cities. Therefore, Dome family would live in a village; children would grow up in village crematorium environment, which would be an open space; they would die in the same place. Their lives would revolve around that place. Thus, generation after generation they would be living at the same place. Children would acquire father’s occupation and the life would go on.

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Why they would not feel anything wrong with their living habits? From their birth till death they would live in the same environment and they would feel quite at home about it. They would not see anything wrong with their living habits because it would feel natural to them.

Why other people would not feel at home with their way of living?
But other people, who would have different occupation, would not feel at home about their way of living. It would not be natural to them because they would be raised in different environment primarily governed by each family’s own occupation.

Touching is the first point of contact in any lesson of hygiene
Why other people would not be comfortable in associating with them? If not for anything else, purely

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for hygienic reasons other people would not be comfortable associating with dome families. Touching is the first point of contact in any lesson of hygiene. When it is unhygienic to touch raw vegetables in European departmental stores with bare hands When I was in Europe and we went to a departmental store (2002), before picking up fruits and vegetables my host put on thin plastic hand gloves and requested me to do so. The explanation was that we could contaminate the uncut fruits and uncut raw vegetables with the germs that we carried on our hands from outside. Though an average European would consider himself much cleaner than a Indian “Dome” Well, our hands are generally clean, there is no dirt or dust or any such thing. We do not even burn dead bodies. Even with that kind of life style we could have passed on germs from our hands to raw vegetables and fruits by contact of touch!

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This was European magnanimity in thought and action The same European host felt so very appalled by the very thought of human untouchability. I wished my host was called upon to embrace a dome in his living quarters with his original living habits and then I would have wanted to see the European magnanimity of thought and action.

People who clean open drainage systems in cities
There are other people who clean the drainage system. These are open drains with human and animal filth and excrements and all other kind of dirty things in it. These are not the drainage systems of Western countries. People who do the job have to go inside the drain98 also, at times, when needed.

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They can’t feel dirty about something that is part of their daily life Otherwise also they would use their scanty tools to clean those drainage systems. If it is their occupation day in day out then they could not feel dirty about the drains. It is part of their daily lives. No one looks at their bread with dirty looks Generally husband and wife both would be working at it. Grown up children too would join them. It runs in the family for this is their livelihood and no one looks at their bread with dirty looks. But yes, they don’t speak high-funda words like “dignity of labour” When we talk of dignity of labour we seem to ignore that these people who do their jobs on drainages do not think otherwise. They may not talk these high-funda words for impressing others and impressing themselves

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but they understand and practice in their own life the dictum of dignity of labour. They aren’t bothered but it’s others whose sympathy overflows! They do not feel bad about what they do, for it earns them their daily bread. It is the Christian-English educated people, who love to indulge in intellectual luxury, seem to be more perturbed about it than those who live with it.
They do it 7 days a week 365 days a year

Now these people who earn their bread from cleaning drainage systems, or for that matter cleaning the excrements of other people where there is no direct drainage system connecting each house to municipal sewerage, are in it day in day out, all seven days a week for people do not plan to excrete only during weekdays.

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Why they do not feel the necessity to have a different kind of living habit while they are not at work Naturally these people need to be on job all 365 days a year like it happens in many other occupations too, particularly the high flying modern executive who works not only all seven days but also night hours. So when they work all 365 days a year they do not see any reason to have a different kind of living environment and living habits than what they do most of their time.

Why, people engaged in other occupations, want to maintain distance from them
As a result their living habits are not so clean by normal standards and if not for anything else, at least for hygienic reasons people engaged in other occupation want to maintain a distance from them.

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Let these champions of humanity be a bit more honest Let these champions of humanity be a bit more honest in their compassion as expressed through their conduct than their empty talks in finding fault with Hindooism. Love to see one of “those” embrace one of “these” while at work but not for media exposure and free publicity Again, I would love to see one of those champions of human causes who talk vehemently against untouchability to embrace some of these men, not for applause that would naturally come to them when they do so and their photographs will be splashed all over media, but with total honesty in their heart and love for them; a kind of love that must be proved by actions other than this. Let their overflowing emotions be tested on acid Let them show their generosity and commitment by embracing the untouchables when these people are at
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work cleaning drainage or excreta and let them do it not in presence of those who would readily clap and do it every day for a year.

Who would be a Shoodr?
A Shoodr would be the one who was born in a family that offered services to Braahman, Kshatriya, and Vaishya families.

If “all” Shoodrs were untouchable then how could they gain entry into Braahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya houses as household help?
If such a person were to be untouchable then how could he or she get inside the house of a Braahman, Kshatriya, or Vaishya family, and do household chores?

Christian missionary educators deliberately planted the lie in the minds of
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the Christian-English educated to uproot them from their roots
Christian missionaries and educators have preferred to deliberately create an image that all Shoodrs were untouchables for it served a very significant ulterior motive of theirs. They also raised crops of missionary educated Hindoos in vast numbers, generation after generation, with the same belief system firmly implanted in their minds.

Why Untouchable is such a sensitive word?
This term untouchable is significant in the context that the kind of sentiment it generates among today’s socalled educated mass is something like a crime against humanity.

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A sinister design by the Christian missionary educators
The creation of generalized impression as if all Shoodrs were untouchables and its indiscriminate repetition in itself is a fraud against humanity. Remember the European departmental store with gloves? Remember the European departmental store which provided free hand gloves to be put on otherwise clean hands before picking up green vegetables and fruits from the shelves so that germs resident on clean hands do not affect the rest of the stock?

They would have maintained a safe distance, and Hindoos did the same
Just visualize what such people would have done if they were to come close to a dome or to a drain cleaner.

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Do you think they would have embraced them? Common sense should tell you NO! They would have maintained a safe distance from such people. Hindoos did the same; they too maintained a safe distance.

And, how do you measure the safe distance?
Now how do you define the safe distance? You may say 1.5 meter or you may say 5 feet. Well, do you expect people to a take a measuring tape and see how much distance they are maintaining? Obviously not!

Conveyed so simply that even a child should understand
There has to be a practical way of determining a safe distance. It should be conveyed in simplest possible manner that even a child should understand and remember.

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And that would be the length of a shadow
And, that was the length of the shadow. The person whose occupation is such that it makes him or her unhygienic to come in close contact with, maintain a safe distance from that person, a distance that you can visually determine without any other aid And people hadn’t yet become Nishaachars For shadow to be visible you would need the light of the day. Well, people hadn’t yet become Nishaachars (whose life began in the night). With advent of modern age, Nishaachars have grown disproportionately in number.

Ask those champions of human rights a few questions
Now, if your Christian-British educators taught you that it was a grave injustice towards humanity then please ask those champions of human rights a few simple questions.
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• Do you remember the legendary Veer Savarkar who went to England to study Law during his youth? Why was he and other Indian students, who went to England for obtaining higher education, and had neat habits, and also wore clean clothes, and were attired in suit and boot like any other Christian-British gentleman ~ why such students were asked to sit far away from other suited-booted Christian-British people inside a restaurant? • Why were they asked to sit in a place which was many times more than the length of a shadow of a person? • Where did they mortgage their sense of justice at that time? And why had it been a routine affair not a stray case? • If the Christians could insist on hygienic people to stay far away from themselves why Hindoos cannot keep themselves away from unhygienic people only by 5 feet?

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• There Christians did not allow hygienic Hindoos to sit close to them; here Hindoos moved away from unhygienic people.

How long would you want to stay a mental slave?
• O my Hindoo fellow beings! How long do you want to remain a mental slave of those who taught you nothing but to look down upon yourself! • When will you acquire courage enough to ask those hypocrites the questions that they will not be able to answer? • When would you stop carrying the guilt that they have systematically cultivated in your psyche, and then begin to take pride in your own heritage disregard the good and bad it has or had? • When will you gather enough will power to throw away the glasses that they have put on your eyes,

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and when would you start looking at things with an independent mind? • When will you start loathing those who have brought great harm to you systematically cultivating a guilty conscience within you that keeps you continually loathing your own heritage? • Those who show you only your negatives show them their negatives, and I can assure you that they have plenty more of such negatives than you have. That is the only language they seem to be capable of understanding.

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No point seeking the Escape Route
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4-Varn System “I have evolved” based on Gun’Karm'

It has become fashionable to invent different meanings
It has become fashionable to explain this Shlok from BhagavadGita in a different manner because that explanation gets readily accepted in today’s environment. Today’s environment has been carefully cultivated over six generations. Christian Missionary Education System was established in 1835 spearheaded by Thomas Babington Macaulay. Simultaneously Ancient Hindoo Education System was systematically uprooted from the land of the Hindoos by the Christian-British administrative machinery99.

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To uproot Hindoo children from their roots and divert their inclination towards Christianity
Macaulay brought a battalion of Christian Missionaries to open Convents and Missionary Schools all over India. Next six generation of Hindoos have remained under their spell! Those Christian Missionaries who controlled the Christian-English Education System had one fundamental agenda: to uproot Hindoo children from their roots and divert their inclination towards Christianity.

Their motto till today remains the same
Even now significantly large section of educational institutions in our country are run and/or controlled by Christian Converts and/or Funding from Christian sources abroad. Their motto till today remains the same: uproot Hindoo children from their roots and divert their inclination towards Christianity.

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Not finding satisfactory alternative in Christianity
Hindoo children effectively uprooted from their Hindoo religious and cultural roots - not finding satisfactory alternative in Christianity - attracted towards Marxism - have taken effective control of fabulously funded JNU and other Central Institutions like NCERT and ICHR. This, in turn, has placed the remote control of a large section of other educational institutions in their hand. They design the textbooks and decide on their contents and these textbooks are then taught at premier institutions all over the country.

This is how tomorrow’s adults are made out of today’s children
The process of brainwashing effectively begins at this point. Children are fed with lies about their heritage, about their ancestors, about their social systems, about

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their customs, about their religion, and practically about everything that matters with regard to building their future outlook towards their own society. This is how tomorrow’s adults are made out of today’s children. The future of Hindoo India will be in hands of such brainwashed anti-Hindoos.

Present Birth Theory
Among these Christian-English educated the theory that has gained considerable popularity is the present birth theory. Proponents of this theory try to explain that Bhagawaan Shri Krishn referred to traits and deeds of “present birth”, which would mean, expressed differently, occupation of the present birth.

Until Hindoos keep believing in Bhagawaan Shri Krishn
They do not wish to challenge this statement of BhagavadGita ChaaturVarnyam’ Maya Srishtam’. They haven’t yet acquired that courage because large
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part of the Hindoo population still has faith in Bhagawaan Shri Krishn. But they will not hesitate to challenge that statement once Hindoo faith is substantially eroded in Bhagawaan Shri Krishn. And that process is gathering momentum. But things are changing fast Already Bhagawaan Shri Raam’s photos are being burned and the immortal epic Raamaayan is also receiving similar treatment. This is happening in small pockets of this large country but then efforts are on its way to give such movements extra push. Already our Christianized Government has gone on record to state that Shri Raam never existed and Raam Setu at Raameshwaram has no historical basis. University level books denounce Bhagawaan Shiv’ as drunkard and womanizer, so did the leading newspaper The Times of India, and some school textbooks show Bhagawaan Shri Krishn in very poor light.

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Children who will learn such things at school level will tomorrow pass on the same kind of learning with added ugliness to their next generation.

Returning to Present Birth Theory
This theory has gained considerable popularity as it gets ready acceptance and causes no heart burns. Effectively it has become the escape route for the intellectuals and the preachers alike. No one wants to stir the hornet’s nest when the going is easy. The inspiration comes from Those who invented this explanation were inspired either by personal interests and/or by influence of Christian Missionary education. As for Christianity, it subscribed to the theory of prior birth for humans until AD 543 when the Council of Constantinople banned it at the instance of Empress Theodora.

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While the commoner’s understanding depends on A commoner’s understanding of this depends on various factors, among them are: personal interest, educational background, cultural background, media exposure, and also their individual progress towards spirituality. Escape route for intellectuals and preachers alike When people find it inconvenient to question the statement of Bhagawaan Shri Krishn, they prefer to explain it away in a different manner. They present an explanation: He did not mean it by birth, but He meant it by occupation. Such explanation can be cited with an example:
If a couple had three sons who became saadhu, leader and businessman then what will be their “Jaati”? They would be Braahman, Kshatriya and Vaishya according to their occupation irrespective of the “Jaati” of their birth.

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And others find it easier to keep parroting it
This explanation has gained considerable ground over the period, and many keep parroting it, like it was done in the above case, in an article published on the editorial page of The Free Press Journal on 6 March 2004 by an individual who flashed his Ph.D. This approach is hypocritical, because here you tend to explain it away in a more socially acceptable way, looking at the direction in which wind blows today.

The mischief BR Chopra and Raahi Maasoom Razaa combine played
Friday, 6 January 2012, 18:18

BR Chopra made a TV Serial on world's largest epic MahaaBhaarat' which laid firm foundation for this crooked explanation. Raahi Maasoom Razaa (
) wrote the script.

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The duo ensured that ShrimadBhagavad' Gita is misinterpreted to popularise theirown belief system. They made the actor Nitish Bharadwaj to recite and interpret ShrimadBhagavad'Gita in the role of Bhagawaan Shri Krishn'. They made him say that people are not born Braahman or Kshatriya but made so by the job / profession they adopt. Millions and millions of people believed this crooked theory to be TRUE as they watched on television Bhagawaan Shri Krishn' delivering the message of ShrimadBhagavad'Gita and declaring that people were Braahman' or Kshatriya by their work NOT by birth. The Chopra-Razaa duo did not stop at that. They used every possible opportunity throughout the television serial to remind and re-remind the audience that
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people were Braahman' or Kshatriya by their work NOT by birth. They continued it from beginning till end of the TV serial they conceptualized, wrote and produced. Towards the end of the TV Serial when Dur'yodhan was resting under the water and Paandav' come to challenge him for a duel, this Chopra-Razaa combine made Gajendra Chouhan as Yudhisthir' repeat the same: people are Braahman' or Kshatriya by their work NOT by birth. They played yet another mischief. They made Nitish Bharadwaj speak as Shri Krishn' about Draupadi Cheer-haran' while delivering the message of Bhagavad'Gita. If you scan through the entire Bhagavad'Gita you will nowhere find Bhagawaan Shri Krishn' making any speech that was remotely connected with Draupadi Cheer-haran. With pen in their hand and media under their control Chopra-Razaa duo came to believe that they were the Bhagawaan' Shri Krishn' and they could bend and twist HIS message the way they feel like to fulfil their

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personal agendas. This is one reason I am totally against anybody playing around the original scripts of Hindoo epics as per their choice. Now, Shah Rukh Khan100 has his eyes set on the epic and wants to make a trilogy out of that and it will probably be Karan Johar directed Islamized version of the Hindoo epic. In this context, it is important to understand BR Chopra and Raahi Maasoom Razaa's backgrounds
Friday, 6 January 2012

BR Chopra received an MA in English of today can hardly be compared with an MA in English during British-Raaj, which BR Chopra was. Naturally, he received a thorough exposure to English literature which shaped his thought process. That made it impossible for him to comprehend deeper meanings of Bhagavad'Gita. ISKON may be a good place for those who seek Bhagawaan Shri Krishn' through Bhakti'Yog', it is hardly a place to get a deeper exposure to Gyaan'Yog'. Therefore, ISKON's influence on BR
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Chopra did not add any capability toward his assimilating esoteric knowledge of Bhagavad'Gita. He put on his scalp the "intellectual's cap" and did all thinking while putting words in mouths of the cast he hired. Raahi Maasoom Razaa born as a Muslim and educated at Aligarh Muslim University was well groomed to understand Hindooism from an intellectual's point of view. Understanding deeper significance of Varn' Vyavastha (or, Portuguese term Cast System) could hardly be expected of him. The two intellectuals, BR and Raahi, made right partners to produce their own version Bhagavad'Gita. The rest of the intellectuals, suffering from Parrot Humanoid Syndrome101, simply followed the suit, and expanded on that ill-founded hypothesis in their own respective ways. In the process, common Hindoo, and particularly educated Hindoo, learned to imbibe and spread that crooked theory far and wide.

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ChaaturVarnyam’ Mayaa Srishtam’
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ChaaturVarnyam Mayaa Srishtam Gun’Karm’Vibaagashah’

4-Varn System “I have evolved” based on Gun’Karm’

ShrimadBhagavadGita Adhyaay 4 Shlok 13 Pronounce U in GUN’ as in PUT, not as in SUN Pronounce N in GUN’ with a Hard Tone and Fullness at the end Understand GUN’ iegCe as TRAIT Understand KARM’ keÀce& as DEED Remember KARM’ and KARM’YOG’ have different connotations

Bhagawaan Shri Krishn spoke of birthbased classification
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experience is mine, the Journey has been mine, and the understanding is mine. But then, in essence there is nothing mine. It all belongs to Him - Shri Naaraayan. None of the learning is mine; none of the knowledge is mine. To call it mine would be foolish. But then, for your consumption I have to call it mine, or else you would not understand what I am conveying. Anyhow, I know what I know. I give it to you if you want it. I won’t spend time in convincing you. My approach is very simple: take it or leave it. For, I don’t “have to” win you on my side.

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First let us look at these Unexplained Questions
Take your own case
Probably you think that the person in you is made of predominantly two factors • • Genes that your parents passed on to you Environment in which you grew up

Did you ask yourself a few simple questions?
• Why is it that you were born only of those parents who gave you those genes? • Why were you not born of another set of parents who could have given you totally different hereditary factors?

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• Why were you born in that environment which helped shape you in a particular character? Why were you not born in another set of environment that could have shaped you entirely into another kind of character?

Look at it from another angle
You and your brother both are born of same parents and also raised in the same environment • Why then you both are different, and at times so very different that it almost looks like the opposites?

Ask yourself a couple more simple questions
• “Who decides” these settings, as to “which parents” through whom you should be born, or into “which environment” you should be born, or “when” you should be born?

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• “Who regulates” these things, by making them happen, the way they do happen? • Would you want to call them “coincidences” just because your logical faculties cannot explain them? Can your logic reach there where your knowledge hasn’t reached yet?

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Child that arrives on this Earth
Child that arrives on this planet Mother Earth
It cannot choose its “mother” and “father” It cannot choose its “surroundings” at the time of birth It cannot choose “environment” that it would live-in during its early childhood

The family in which it takes birth
Depending on its ‘traits and deeds’ in its “prior incarnations”, it takes birth through Braahman parents or Kshatriya parents or Vaishya parents or Shoodr parents This does “not” happen by accident or by coincidence, as the present day rationalists would want us to believe

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There is a “meticulous system” in place that monitors the whole process

Origin of the soul
Soul emerges from the Supreme Soul At its origin, it has no character of its own

Physical birth
It descends on this earth encased in a body

Its own identity
Its ego DenbYeeJe gives it a distinct identity Its thoughts and actions (deeds) are guided by this ego

Numerous births
It acquires various traits, in varying degree, in course of its long journey of numerous and successive births

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It builds a reservoir of its Gun’ (traits) and Karm’ (deeds) through that process

Physical death
Soul sheds its body at the time of departure from this earth It does not take with it in physical form the traits it acquired and deeds it performed, during its stay on the earth

Successive birth
In its successive birth, it collects back those traits from the environment of this earth During the process of birth and growing up, it regains those traits from its parents and environment

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Acquisition of Traits
Some traits it acquires back during the process of its birth - that include the genes it acquires from its earthly parents Other traits it acquires back in the process of its growing up - that include the environment it receives in form of friends, teachers, surroundings, and etc

Preset environment to grow up
Each new birth gives the new born a place in the society and with that it gets a preset environment to grow up This place and environment is the result of its deeds through prior incarnations - these are not by its choice

Predetermined - not by Choice
It cannot choose its parents It cannot choose its time of birth

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It cannot choose its surroundings at the time of birth It cannot choose its environment during its early childhood

Complex mechanism automatically takes care of every detail at this particular stage
Process of birth itself takes care of positioning the soul in a certain situation — Situation comprising of its genetic combination and childhood surroundings — Situation depending on its acquired traits and accumulated deeds until its prior incarnation

Prior Karm’, not Free Will at this particular stage
All this is governed by soul’s prior (accumulated) Karm At this particular stage Free Will has no role to play

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Free Will gets its due chance but at later stage
The turn for free will does come, but later And that too, at different times in life of different individuals One individual gets the opportunity to exercise free will early in life, whereas another gets much later in life, and neither of them can choose that particular moment in their respective lives

The Journey of a Soul
The journey of a soul is a very long process. It passes through innumerable births until it qualifies itself for submerging into the Supreme soul.

Character building process
Through this long and arduous journey the soul’s ego acquires102 many Gun iegCe

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Traits influence Deeds
During each of these births melJeiegCe Satv’Gun’, jpeesiegCe RajoGun’ and leceesiegCe TamoGun’ arising from the Òeke=Àefle Prakriti103 induces the man to do many keÀce& Karm’.

Shaping of soul’s ego
Those Karm then make him the bearer of the results of such Karm. In this manner, takes shape the soul’s Ego DenbYeeJe.

But environment of earth is needed
However Satv’Gun’ / RajoGun’ / TamoGun’ can manifest themselves only in the environment of this world through a body.

Physical birth and choice of parents
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environment in which they live, would be able to give that body its required character.

Parents of parents
For parents to have acquired appropriate genes and environment, it would be necessary that their parents too had appropriate genes and environment.

Backward Integration of Genes
The same would apply to their parents, and then their parents, backward So, there has to be systematic process through which appropriate genes are passed from one generation to another.

Sophisticated system
And, for that one needs a comprehensive system in place: a regulated environment, and methodology functioning with high degree of precision.

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Do not undermine the Capability of the Creator of this Universe
Any doubts?
Would you doubt that the Creator of this Universe lacks the ability to design and monitor such a profound system?

Look at your thumb
Think of Him when He created each human being with a distinct fingerprint.

Look into your eyes in a mirror
Think of Him when He created each human being with a distinct pupil in the eye.

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Modern science knows so little
We do not even know how many more such distinctive characters He has built in the human system.

Yes, He can...
Would you ever doubt that such Creator cannot possibly monitor104 the channelling of birth for each and every human being, that is, which parents they should be born of, in which environment each individual must be born into, and what time and place each individual should take its first breath on this earth? Yes, He can monitor each and every such phenomenon howsoever complex it may sound.

Without a beginning and without an end
It is He who has created this Universe, which has no known beginning and end to the mankind.

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Modern science does not even know enough of our own Solar system, leave aside how many more Solar systems and how many more Galaxies exist in this whole Universe.

Just because our own human ability is so very limited
We should not doubt the ability of the Creator of this Universe, just because our own human ability is so very limited. He does have the capability of monitoring an extraordinarily complex system of human birth, which is even beyond imagination of man and woman raised under modern education system with Christian roots.

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Timing the event of birth
We have stated earlier that when the time is ripe, the soul is then directed to such parents who, through their genes, and through the environment in which they live, would be able to give that body its required character. Now we will look at the issue of timing the event of birth. Here we need to go into a deep and complex mechanism that works like clockwork with a precision unknown to human mind.

The Moment of its First Contact with the Environment of this Earth
By Time here we refer to soul’s breathing its first breath on this earth. That is, the moment of its first contact with the environment of this earth, out of the protection of the mother’s womb. With such extraordinary finesse and precision this is designed by the Creator that no human super-computer

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would come anywhere near, even at miles distance from it.

Before proceeding a few basics
Before proceeding we need to understand few other basics; then only the examples that will be presented hereafter, will make some sense. I am describing these to a Commoner and in a language that he will understand While describing we are not seeking precision of expression but we seek simplicity of expression so that complex phenomenon, if not understood, at least does not fail to create some intelligible impression.

Understanding the Sky
We see the sky above us. We also see the stars and planets above us in the sky. We cannot recognize them but we have heard or read that astronomers can do so.

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If astronomers can do that then there is some scientific basis to it for, at least, astronomy is recognized as a science. Definitive methodology in place So the first thing we take for granted is that there is a definitive methodology in place to recognize various positions in the sky, which to us ordinary people could be baffling. Scientifically identifiable divisions of the Sky So we first come to this acceptance that there are specific divisions of the sky that are astronomically identifiable by the position of Fixed Stars.

Understanding a “Star in the Sky”, as you would understand a “House in the City”
Now these are fixed stars, they are not mobile; they do not change their position in the sky as planets do.

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Therefore, a particular segment of the sky can be easily identified by the position of that particular star. That position, for simplicity sake, is like the position of our house, which does not move away from its original location when we return home at the end of the day; we find our house situated at the same place and our family inside it. As a house has a fixed address in the city, similarly a star has a fixed address in the sky. Therefore, we are not speaking of imaginary segments of the unlimited sky, but of clearly identifiable places in this limitless sky.

Nakshatr’ and Star are not the same
• We will find reference to Nakshatr’ in what will follow hereafter, and therefore it is necessary to clarify that Nakshatr’ is not Sanskrit equivalent of star. • A Nakshatr’ may comprise of more than one fixed star.

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Understanding a “Raashi in the Sky” as you would understand a “Zone in the City”
As a city can be divided into several zones similarly the sky is also divided into several zones for identification purposes. The positions of these zones do not change. Let us call them Raashi instead of zones for our purposes. Now it is necessary to understand here that within each zone there can be many stars. In other words, within each Raashi there can be more than one Nakshatr. Think of it something like many houses inside a zone within a city. In a city we have each zone with well-defined parameters; similarly, in the sky each Raashi has its well-defined ambit. In the city each block comprising couple of buildings has a predefined area and that is available in the municipal records; similarly, in the sky each Nakshatr has predefined area and that is available in

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astronomical records. For purposes of identification, each Nakshatr has been given a name, as we have given names to fixed stars and planets. It is somewhat like giving a name to a person or a house. The addresses of these Nakshatrs are mentioned in terms of degrees in the sky. We will be using Sanskrit names of Nakshatrs. It is also important to note that all references to the time of birth are in relation to moon, NOT to sun. There will be references to moon’s position in the sky and therefore, it may be relevant to recapitulate that moon is mobile, changes its position in the sky and therefore, at one day it may be seen in one Nakshatr and the next day it may have moved to the next Nakshatr.

Through many births a soul acquires a complex character of conflicting traits
Let us now look at the case of a Kshatriya. In its purest form, a Kshatriya may be Kshatriya by birth [born in
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Kshatriya family], Kshatriya by physical qualities, Kshatriya by mental makeup; thus Kshatriya in totality. But with many births, it does not retain this purity. In every birth, it absorbs different Gun (traits) from the environment of this earth. These Gun(s) then reflect through its Karm (deeds). Over many births, it builds up a reservoir of conflicting (good and bad) Gun and Karm. This makes its composite character a complex one. Thus, it does not remain in its purest form, as described above. This entitles it for different levels of birth during different incarnations. For instance, if its (soul’s) Karm had been more of Saatvic nature, then it would graduate towards an environment, which would ensure its further growth towards spiritual quests. In a situation like that, it may have many attributes of Kshatriya, but mental makeup of a Braahman. We know of king-rishis like Janak’ and VishwaaMitr’. We will describe what Saatvic is in a subsequent work. Similarly, it may have many attributes of Kshatriya, but the mental makeup of a Vaishya, or a Shoodr, or even a butcher.
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Mechanism that would govern the Timing of Birth for each Soul
Now we discuss, in a very broad manner, the mechanism that governs timing of birth, for such souls. In these discussions, we are not seeking precision, instead we are attempting at providing an indication, so that readers have a rough idea. I am not here to teach you the highly developed ancient science of astrology. My objective is to remove the dread105 of ignorance that grips your psyche. It is just an opportunity to get a feel of the highly complex mechanism described in simple language. No more, no less. And that too, only if you care to • In all following examples here, the timing of birth essentially refers to the moment when a soul breathes its first breath on this earth encased in a human body. • And when we talk about Raashi or Nakshatr and degrees we are essentially referring to moon’s position

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(not sun’s position) in “that address of the sky” at the time of birth.

Broad indications of Timing of Birth of a Kshatriya born with Conflicting Traits
A Kshatriya with Braahman mental makeup would be born under Poorv’Phaalguni Nakshatr between 13° 21’ and 26° 40’ in Sinh’ Raashi or Poorv’Aashaarh’ Nakshatr between 13° 21’ and 26° 40’ in Dhanu Raashi. A Kshatriya with Braahman mental makeup will tend to function better in providing the nation a just and fair administration with a thrust towards education and moral values, with support towards religion, and with prudent strategic planning. A Kshatriya with Kshatriya mental makeup would be born under Uttar’Phaalguni Nakshatr between 26° 41’ and 30° in Sinh Raashi or Uttar’Aashaarh’ Nakshatr between 26° 41’ and 30° in Dhanu Raashi. A Kshatriya with Kshatriya mental makeup will tend to function better in providing the nation a safe environment for its

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subjects, who may live in a secured state, and a powerful state towards which enemies may not make advances. A Kshatriya with Shoodr mental makeup would be born under Magha Nakshatr between 0° and 13° 20’ in Sinh Raashi. A Kshatriya with Shoodr mental makeup will tend to function better in the army as a soldier, serving well, fighting for the nation, giving his life when necessary. A Kshatriya with Servant mental makeup would be born under Chitra Nakshatr between 0° and 6°40’ in Tula Raashi. A Kshatriya with Servant mental makeup will tend to function better in the army cooking food for the soldiers, doing their laundry, etc. A Kshatriya with Butcher mental makeup would be born under Swaati Nakshatr between 6° 41’ and 20° in Tula Raashi or under Mool’ Nakshatr between 0° and 13° 20’ in Dhanu Raashi. A Kshatriya with Butcher mental makeup will tend to function better in the army

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that would tend to destroy other civilizations, their culture, their universities, etc. A Kshatriya with Mlechchh’ mental makeup would be born under Vishaakha Nakshatr between 20° 1’ and 30° in Tula Raashi. Mlechchh’ refers to a misfit amongst defined categories. These are some broad examples of conflicting traits that such a Kshatriya born would display in its earthly character.

Such mixed Varn souls would require parents of mixed Varn to give them appropriate genes
A soul passing through the passage of innumerable births, having acquired complex character of its own, would naturally require parents of mixed Varn, who would be able to give appropriate genes to the body of such child. So, all this is interrelated, inter-dependant, one influencing the other, and part of a complex cyclic process that can be given full effect to, through the
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course of numerous births. These are by no means exhaustive but only illustrative of a highly complex phenomenon of unimaginable magnitude that works with such a fine mathematical precision that could be beyond human comprehension. The Creator who can create innumerable life forms, and within that while looking at just one life form, which is of humans, we find each product (each human), as unique in itself.

The Free Will was NOT given to us for meddling with the System of Creation
It is we humans that meddle with the system of creation. The Creator has given us free will so that we can navigate ourselves through the course of our life towards our final destination106 ─ Journey to the Supreme Soul. But we choose to use it to interfere with the fundamental structure and thereby, bid good-bye to the base simplicity in the system, and let it complicate itself by mathematical principle of permutations and combinations. Complexities thus grow to enormous

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levels, and in the process we destroy the system through ages that follow; and as with time everything must decay, so does the base structure.

Nevertheless the System takes into account all your meddling and deals with them effectively
All your meddling get captured and recorded into the database of which no human created comparison is possible. And all those variations are given due effect to when the system designs a by-product. Think of the Nature’s process or Ishwar’s Creation phenomenon as the system. Think of the new born character as the byproduct. Think of all the meddling107 as Karm of prior births. How the timing and place of birth determination gives all these variables their due effect is something that can be explained further by similar examples as given earlier by expanding that horizon. But then, it will go beyond the scope of this work and therefore, let us wait for another work108 which may attempt to

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provide you with some insight into the mechanism. However, I have nothing to tell them for whom this Creation process is a random affair.

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Bhaarat Mata Killers

Bleeding Hindoo Society to Death...

Come Alive! My Hindoo Nation...

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Quoted References
Religious documentations
BhagavadGita Holy Bible, King James Version, Pilot Books ISBN 0-84003625-4 [1996] The Secret Sayings of Jesus (according to the Gospel of Thomas) Robert M Grant, et al, London 1960

Dictionaries
The New Oxford Dictionary of English ISBN 019-565432-3 [2001] Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of Current English Sixth Ed 2000 ISBN 019 431 5851 CD-ROM

Published Books
INDIA what can it teach us? F Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] A Hindu View of the World - Essays in the intellectual Kshatriya Tradition N S Rajaram ISBN 81-85990-52-2 [1998] The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple Ishwar Sharan ISBN 81-85990-21-2 [1995] Maanoj Rakhit 2002-2012 Page 196 of 220

The Invasion That Never Was, Michel Danino ISBN 81-8513759-5 [2001] Colonel Sleeman’s Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official Elliot, History of India, vol. i Elphinstone’s History of India, ed. Cowell Francis Xavier: The Man and his Mission, Sita Ram Goel 1985 Indian Antiquary, 1876, Megasthenis Fragmenta (ed. Didot) in Fragm. Histor. Graec. Vol ii Indica, cap. xii. 6. McCrindle in Indian Antiquary 1876 Ktesiae Fragmenta (ed. Didot), Manuel de la Cosmographie du moyen age, traduction de Shems-ed-din Abou Abdallah de Damas, Mehren Paris, Leroux, 1874 Marco Polo, ed. H Yule, vol. ii Megasthenes, quoted by Greek historians Arrian and Strabo, quoted in R C Majumdar, The Classical Accounts of India (Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1981) Mill’s History, vol. i Samuel Johnson, India

Newsletters, News papers & Periodicals
Michel Danino, Effects of Colonization on Indian Thought quoted in IndiaCause Newsletter

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Index
1
11th-century, 37 13th-century, 38, 42, 53 13th-century Marco Polo documented, 38, 39 14th-century, 43 16th-century Abul Fazl documented Hindus are admirers of truth, 44 Hindus are lovers of justice, 44 Emperor Akbar Abul Fazl documented in Aayine Akbari, 44 Saint of Christianity Francis Xavier Lied, 40 St Xavier was envious of Braahmans, 53 St Xavier wrote to Society of Jesus if it were not for Braahmans I would've converted, 54 1835-36 during which..., 55 3rd Gospel St Luke documented, 70 20th-century Missionary educated ChristianizedHindus parroted, 54 2nd-century Arrian documented, 33 2nd-century Epictetus, 33 2nd-century No Hindu is accused of lying, 45 2nd-century where (Hindu) people are self-governed, 34 19th-century Prof Wilson testified, 53 1st Gospel St Matthew documented, 70

2

3

4
4th-century BC ChandrGupt Maurya, 32

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4th-century BC Megasthenes documented, 32 4th-century BC None of them is a slave, 33 4th-century BC Selucus Nicator, 32

A
A fabrication with ulterior motive, 46 Abundance of love for truth and justice, 37 Accused by Christian educators, 38,

5
5th-century BC Artaxerxes Mnemon, 31 5th-century BC Battle of Cunaxa, 31 5th-century BC Ktesias documented, 31

43, 49 Accused by Christians and Communists for deceit, 42 Accused by Communist/Marxist Educators/Intellectua, 38, 43, 49 Accused of gross social injustice, 35, 43

7
7th-cen Straightforwardness distinguishing feature, 35 7th-century Hindus Never take anything unjustly, 35 7th-century Hiouen-thsang documented, 35 7th-century Honesty and veracity of the Hindus, 34 7th-century Make excessive concessions re justice, 35 7th-century Straightforwardness & honesty of Hindu, 35

All fraudsters have a brotherhood kind of feeling, 39 Allegation itself has been fraudulent, 46 Alleged to have created treacherous Caste system, 52 Any other of the ancient literatures of the world, 60 Apostle, 70 Arab writings, 29 Arrian, 33, 34 Aryan Invasion, 43 As Braahmans were most literate and capable of..., 66

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Ask Hindus, ask yourself, 44

C
Calls Hindu Braahmans as perverse, wicked and craf, 40

B
Bedi Ezr Zenan, 42 Best merchants in the world, 39 Bhaaratiya, 30 BhagavadGita, 29 Bishop Heber, 48 Boden Professor of Sanskrit at Oxford, 50 Braahman, 63 Braahman Simplicity truly Childish, 52 Braahmans, 38, 40, 68 Braahmans as the most truthful, 39 Braahmans have been accused of, 39 Braahmans were chosen by the ChristianBritish for, 66 Braahmans were manipulated by the ChristianBritish, 67 Braahmans were Poorest of all, 62 Break the backbone of Hindu society, 59 By thought, speech, action for thousands of years, 61

Calls the Braahmans as perverse, wicked and crafty, 53 Can many an English judge say the same?, 56 Can Truthfulness of this magnitude survive, 46 Carefully built over a bundle of lies, 36 Caste system, 22, 37, 41, 57, 58 Caste System, 22 Caused immense harm to humanity, 43 Character of the lesser ones than a Saint, 40 Chief Disciples of Jesus Christ, 70 Childlike simplicity of Hindu Braahmans, 53 Chinese Buddhist pilgrims, 34 Chinese writings, 29 Christian and Marxist educators have told us, 50 Christian Bible, 70

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Christian educators have completely ruined the..., 58 Christian missionary educators, 44 Christian societies, 29, 31 ChristianBritish made Hindu Braahmans Rich, 65 ChristianBritish master acting as the oppressors, 68 ChristianBritish masters treating the poor section, 68 ChristianEnglish educated ChristianizedHindus, 41 ChristianEnglish educated Hindus, 69 ChristianEnglish Education System in 1835, 65 ChristianEnglish education system’s foundation..., 59 Christianity and its hidden character, 59 Christianized Anglicized culture, 66 Christianized Braahman and Kshatriya born, 68 Civilization is to become an article of trade, 49 Colonel Sleeman, 54, 55 Commercial honor stands higher in BhaaratVarsh, 58

CommunistMarxist historians of AMU and JNU, 39 CommunistMarxist thinkers, 41 Continue to tolerate these fraudsters, 47 Continued to become fraudulent like their teachers, 59 Convert Hindus into Christianity by hook or crook, 39 Convert the Hindus into Christians, 42 Convert the Hindus into Communists/Marxists, 42 Could discredit the Braahmans, 41 Could not buy milk for his only child Ashwatthaama, 63 Could there have existed, unnoticed by all...?, 61

D
Deceit of high order, 43 Deceitful nature, 31 Deceptive character, 31 Demolish the very structure, 36 Destroyed a great civilization, 47

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Dishonored bill is hardly known there, 58 Divide and Rule Policy is not British, it is..., 69

For 200 years ChristianEnglish education system, 57 For past 2,000 years Greeks, Chinese, Persian, Ara, 57 Foundation of Hindu society, 28

E
Educators by profession or professional liars, 38 Elphinstone, the Governor of the Bombay Presidency, 49 English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in..., 67 English merchants, 58 English travelers in France, 45 Entire history of Christian societies, 29 Evidence of such historical fabrications, 64 Expressions of love, 30 Extraordinary consistency, 29

Fraud against humanity, 43 Free from all deceit and violence, 42 French accounts of England, 45 French honesty and veracity, 45 Friar Jordanus, 43

G
Geography (written in the 11th century), 37 Gospel, 70 Gospel of Saint Thomas, 71 Gospel of Thomas, 196 Gravest social injustice, 34 Greek or Chinese or Persian or Arab writings, 56 Greek writings, 29

F
Fear neither death nor life, 42 Filled Hindu children’ minds, 41 First guinea pigs of new education system, 66

Greeks of 5th century BC, 32 Groomed up under ChristianizedEnglish education, 68

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Gross social injustice, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 49, 57 Gross social injustice of such magnitude, 61

Hindu love of truth, 45 Hindu practice of hospitality and charity, 49 Hindu regard for truth and justice, 57 Hindu social structure, 32

H
Have they cheated on you, 45 Have they given you the knowledge, 45 Have witnessed such high regard for Justice, 58 Having corrupted these classes very substantially, 68 Heard himself from Jesus Christ, 70 Heathens, 40 Hindu Braahmans were most truthful, 53 Hindu children to get cutoff from their main strea, 38 Hindu expressions of love and reverence for truth, 60 Hindu freedom from gross debauchery, 48 Hindu Honesty at Calcutta Mint, 51 Hindu literature from one end to the other, 60

Hindu society, 22, 23, 24, 32, 33, 41 Hindu superiority in purity of manners, 48 Hinduism, 22, 23 Hindus, 25, 26, 30, 33 Hindus eminent in justice, 43 Hindus especially, was simplicity truly childish, 52 Hindus have become ChristianizedHindus, 56 Hindus never lie, 34 Hindus respected Christianity looking at..., 48 Hindus true in speech, 43 Hindus' unrivalled manufacturing skill, 49 Hindus were so much divided all the time, 44 Hindus who had been long familiar with Europeans, 52 Hiouen-thsang, 34

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Historical frauds have been so common with Chris, 46 History of Christian societies, 31 How things changed so drastically after about 1850, 55

Imaginary oppressive Braahmanism, 43 Imaginary theory of Aryan Invasion, 43 Immense magnitude of social injustice, 37

I
Idrisi, 37 If any one is to be despised..., 54 If educators themselves were not truthful, 58 If it was so good for 24 centuries continuously, 62 If it were not for the Braahmans, 40 If our Hindu society was ridden with social injust, 50 If the foundation is based on fraud, 59 If the outcome was so great, then the foundation.., 56 If they happened to be such dirty people, 52 If you have any love and pride left in you, 65 Illegitimately acquired hold over Hindu society, 39

In ChristianBritish company they became upper-clas, 68 Infamous Caste system, 33, 61 Isolating them from the mainstream, 69 It generally takes longer to build than dismantle, 62 It is education that shapes our thoughts and..., 66 It is education that shapes our understanding of ., 66 It is not the, 72 It is the education that forms our value system, 66 It is the gift from their messiah Jesus Christ, 69 It is the Hindu born ChristianEnglish Educated, 72

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J
Justice of the Hindus, 31

Manipulated and then gradually victimized, 67 Manipulative democracy, 34 Mastered the technique of fabricating history, 63 Maurya court, 32 Max Muller, 25, 26, 30, 45, 50, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 196 Men adhere habitually and religiously

K
Keeping all factors constant, the only variable..., 62 Kshatriyas, 68

L
Learn anything about justice from..., 59 Legendry poor DronAachaarya, 63 Liars who committed social fraud, 44 Lifeblood of Hindu society, 28 Literature of the Christian societies, 31 Love for humanity is nothing but advertisement to., 72

to the truth, 54 Messiah himself said in very clear language, 72 Mohammedan conquerors of BhaaratVarsh, 37 Most wicked among the Hindus, 39 Much-abused Bhaaratiya Pundits, 52

N
Naaraayan, 166 National character of Hindus, 45

M
Macaulay, 67 Mahmoud of Ghazni, 29 Man’s property, liberty, and life depended upon..., 54

National character of the Hindus, 29, 57 Naturally inclined to justice, 37 Never depart from justice in their actions, 37 New Testament, 70

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Newer generations of Braahman born were made to..., 66 No less expansive in their life style and attitude, 67 None of my works are stand alone, 67

People with vested interest speak against..., 56 Peoples’ democracy, 34 Persecuted Hinduism, 42 Persian court, 31 Persian writings, 29 Poisoning the masses against that

O
Once upon a time there was a poor Braahman, 63 Once upon a time there was a rich Braahman?, 63 Oppressive Braahmanism, 41, 43 Oundation was the 4-Varn System, 56

upper class, 69 Poor Sudaama who could only carry few grams when, 63 Presence of Aasuric influence of..., 62 Products of such bad company, 53 Prof Wilson, 52, 53 Professor Wilson, 50 Purposefully Tarnished Image of

P
PaataliPutr, 32 Pagans, 40 PanchAayats [village selfgovernance], 54 Pawns in the hands of those master conspirators, 54 People of ignorance keep parroting..., 56 People who are merciful, 49 People who live a life of purity, 49

Braahmans, 39

R
Raised rich morals among the rest in the society, 62 Rampant in Christian societies, 33 Repetition, 27 Replaced by Christianized expansive tendencies, 67 Representatives of The People, 34 Reverence for truth, 30

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Robbing them of basic human rights, 35

Society, which cannot have any social justice, 51 Sole purpose behind replacing

S
Saint Luke, 70 Schools established in every village, 49 Second nature of Christianity, 46 Secret Sayings of Jesus, 196 Shems-ed din Abu Abdallah, 42 Simpleton Hindus did not see through, 40 Sir Thomas Munro, 49 Sir Thomas Munro Governor of Madras Presidency, 50 Slavery and gross social injustice, 33 So long the influence of Christianity remains on.., 72 Social fraud of such magnitude, 47 Social injustice in form of 4-Varn System, 57 Socially unjust society, 55 Society allegedly ridden with social injustice, 46 Society of Jesus, 40, 54

ancient Hindu edu..., 58 St Matthew, 70 St Thomas, 71 Students of their education system, 59 Systematically eliminated the ancient Hindu edu..., 66

T
Tale of conspiracy against humanity, 67 Tarnished Image of Braahmans, 43, 52 Tarnished the image of Braahmans, 41 Teach us at least one lesson of truthfulness, 61 Technique of creating division and, 69 Terms all Hindus as unholy race, 40 Testimonies by non-Hindu visitors to Hindu land, 62 That truly childish simplicity, 53

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Their suffocating grip over media and power..., 73 Their whole attitude towards life and the society., 66 There is a continuity and connectivity among all, 67 They can never coexist, 36 They destroyed the truthfulness of the Hindus, 62 They do not give up their Hindu names, 73 They have destroyed your sense of ethics, justice,, 62 They lost regard for truth and justice, 59 They produced crops like themselves, 59 They would not tell a lie for anything on earth, 39 This is what you acquire from an Aasuric culture.., 62 Those who accuse Hindu society, 57 Treatment of the female sex full of confidence, 49 Truth and justice, 29 Truthful Character of the Hindus, 30

Truthful Hindus incomparable elsewhere, 55 Turned the poorer class against the affluent class, 68 Two thousand years which precede Mahmoud of Ghazni, 56

U
Under very bad influence of 6 generations of..., 56 Untouchability, 41 Untouchable, 22

V
Village-communities, 54 Violence in form of gross social injustice, 42

W
Wake up my Hindu nation, 40 Warren Hastings, 47 Warren Hastings [First Governor General, 47 Was it the brainchild of those conspirators?, 61

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Was it to bleed Hindu society to death?, 57 Was their lie part of a much bigger conspiracy, 57 What did Christian educators do?, 62 Which dramatically raised their fortunes..., 66 Which has eclipsed the Hindu society, 62 Who have been lying all along, 39 Who taught you nothing but lie, 44 Will continue to practice Divide and Rule Policy, 72 With new Christianized education from childhood, 66

Worked towards destroying Hindu heritage, 53 Would they have practiced gross social injustice, 35 Wretched Caste system, 55

Y
You have learned the falsehood from..., 54 You have spread that falsehood further through..., 54 You must now stop and reverse that process, 54

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End notes

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Sat 11 Dec 2010, 23:45 refined Mon 25 Apr 2011, 19:03

I had coined three terms Parrot Humanoids, Parrot Syndrome, and Parrot Humanoid Syndrome. For long I had been using them in my works. Occasionally, I have explained it briefly with my use of this term. Now I think that I must define them formally. Dictionary defines (a) a parrot as a repeater of something that somebody else has said, without thought or understanding; (b) a humanoid as one resembling human; (c) and syndrome as a group of things or events that form a recognizable pattern, especially of something undesirable. Thus, parrot humanoid is one who resembles a human and is a repeater of something that somebody else has said, without thought or understanding. Similarly, parrot syndrome is a group of events that form a recognizable pattern comprising repetitive use of someone else's saying without thought or understanding. Deductively, a human who fits the definition of parrot humanoid and demonstrates the parrot syndrome, collectively makes up for parrot humanoid syndrome, essentially something undesirable among humans as they have been given a head over their

shoulder not for cosmetic purposes but for applying it before blindly following what so-called people learned said or wrote.
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Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines it as 1 a : to bring an accusation against b : to charge with a crime or misdemeanour; 2 : to cast doubt on; especially : to challenge the credibility or validity of (ref: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/impeach 12 Jan 2012, 13:20 +05:30) 3 Dictionary dot com similarly defines it 3. As to bring an accusation against 4. To call in question; cast an imputation upon: to impeach a person's motives. The same dictionary further defines Imputation as 2. an attribution, as of fault or crime; accusation. (ref: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/impeach 12 Jan 2012, 13:19) 4 Recommended further reading Hindoo History Vol. 1 by same author
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Here I am speaking of Christian society with British nationality, in other words, about Christian-British. Their cunnings had no parallel in the world history and that had been a well-established fact for centuries; here is the evidence:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perfidious_Albion (13 Jan 2012 17:11 +05:30)

Perfidious Albion is a pejorative phrase used within the context of international relations and diplomacy to refer to acts of duplicity, treachery and hence infidelity (with respect to promises made to or alliances formed with other nation states) by monarchs or governments of Britain (or England) in their pursuit of self-interest and the requirements of realpolitik.

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Perfidious signifies one who does not keep his faith or word (from the Latin word "perfidia"), while Albion is the ancient Greek name for Great Britain. The use of the adjective "perfidious" to describe Britain has a long history; instances have been found as far back as the 13th century.[1]
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Recommended further reading Christianity Vol. 2 & 3 by same author We are speaking of Christian society disregard their nationality 8 Read about Goa Inquisition in my other works 9 Ample evidence can be found in my other works (repetition here is not warranted) 10 Personified has been defined as “to be the embodiment or perfect example of” http://www.thefreedictionary.com/personified 11 http://ennapadampanchajanya.blogspot.com/2010/02/profile-of-vsundaram.html 12 http://newstodaynet.com/ 13 http://newstodaynet.com/col.php?section=20&id=11397&catid=33 14 http://newstodaynet.com/col.php?section=20&id=11428&catid=33 15 http://newstodaynet.com/col.php?section=20&id=11483&catid=33 16 http://newstodaynet.com/col.php?section=20&id=11514&catid=33 17 Reformers and Braahman haters like Arya Samaajees [details in other works] 18 Heavily funded by Western Churches and Arab Petro-Dollars [details in other works] 19 Further reading: Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts? 20 Michel Danino, Effects of Colonization on Indian Thought, quoted in IndiaCause Newsletter 17 Aug 2003

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21 A Hindu View of the World - Essays in the intellectual Kshatriya Tradition, N S Rajaram ISBN 81-85990-52-2 [1998] p 161 22 Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of Current English, 6th Ed 2000 ISBN 0194315851 CD-ROM 23 Recommended further reading: That Unknown Face of Christianity 24 Francis Xavier: The Man and his Mission by Sita Ram Goel 1985, quoted in The Myth of Saint Thomas & the Mylapore Shiva Temple, Ishwar Sharan ISBN 81-85990-21-2 [1995] p 80 25 Further reading: Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts? 26 INDIA what can it teach us? Friedrich Max Muller, ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 50 27 INDIA what can it teach us? Friedrich Max Muller, p 59 28 Recommended further reading: That Unknown Face of Christianity 29 Ktesiae Fragmenta (ed. Didot), p 81, quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller, p 51 read with endnote 23 on p 230 30 Indian Antiquary, 1876, p 333 Megasthenis Fragmenta (ed. Didot), in Fragm. Histor. Graec. Vol. ii. p 426, quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller, ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 51 read with endnote 25 on p 231 31 Megasthenes, quoted by Greek historians Arrian and Strabo, quoted in R C Majumdar, The Classical Accounts of India (Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1981) pp 224, 218, 270 quoted in The Invasion That Never Was, Michel Danino ISBN 81-85137-59-5 [2001] p 15 read with endnote 1 p 147 32 Indica, cap. xii. 6. McCrindle in Indian Antiquary, 1876, p 92quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 51 read with endnotes 26, 27 on p 231 33 INDIA what can it teach us? Friedrich Max Muller p 51 34 Elliot, History of India, vol. i. p 88 quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller pp 51-52 read with endnote 30 on p 231 35 Marco Polo, ed. H Yule, vol. ii. p 350 as quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller p 52 read with endnote 32 on p 231

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Recommended further reading: Arise Arjun - Awaken my Hindu nation Francis Xavier: The Man and his Mission by Sita Ram Goel 1985 as quoted in The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple Ishwar Sharan ISBN 81-85990-21-2 [1995] p 80 38 Manuel de la Cosmographie du moyen age, traduction de Shems-ed-din Abou Abdallah de Damas, Mehren Paris, Leroux, 1874, p 391 as quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller endnote on p 257 39 Recommended reading: Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts? 40 Marco Polo, ed. H. Yule, vol. ii. p 354 quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller p 52 read with endnote 33 on p 231 41 For additional details see Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts? 42 Samuel Johnson, India, p 294 as quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 [2000] p 52 read with endnote 35 on p 231 43 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perfidious_Albion (13 Jan 2012 17:11 +05:30) Perfidious Albion is a pejorative phrase used within the context of international relations and diplomacy to refer to acts of duplicity, treachery and hence infidelity (with respect to promises made to or alliances formed with other nation states) by monarchs or governments of Britain (or England) in their pursuit of self-interest and the requirements of realpolitik. Perfidious signifies one who does not keep his faith or word (from the Latin word "perfidia"), while Albion is the ancient Greek name for Great Britain. The use of the adjective "perfidious" to describe Britain has a long history; instances have been found as far back as the 13th century.[1] 44 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 53 45 recommended further reading That unknown face of Christianity 46 recommended further reading That unknown face of Christianity 47 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 56 48 Samuel Johnson, l. c. p 293 quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 56 read with endnote 38 on p 231

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Elphinstone’s History of India, ed. Cowell, p 213 quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller p 56 read with endnote 37 on p 231 50 Sir Thomas Munro, Mill’s History, vol. i. p. 371quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller p 57 read with endnote 42 on p 231 51 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 pp 37-38 52 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 pp 38-39 53 For additional details see Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts? 54 Francis Xavier: The Man and his Mission by Sita Ram Goel 1985 The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple Ishwar Sharan p 80 55 Colonel Sleeman’s Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official, published in 1844 but written originally in 1835-36 quoted in INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 pp 46-47 56 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 50 57 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 58 58 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 59, 67 59 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 pp 67-68 60 For additional details see Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts? 61 Recommended further reading: (1) Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts? (2) That unknown face of Christianity 62 A Hindu View of the World - Essays in the intellectual Kshatriya Tradition N S Rajaram ISBN 81-85990-52-2 [1998] p 181
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Well, not all, strictly speaking. They still retained many good qualities, which they kept giving up gradually with each new generation. They kept reading and hearing that Braahmans had been at the root of most ills and they preferred to join the band wagon and keep drifting with the stream With each new generation under influence of Christian-English Education they

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kept losing more and more Braahman-like truthful qualities, and went on adopting more and more of Christian-English deceptive qualities. In spite of all this, we find many a gem of Braahmans till today!
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Christian-Germans led by Adolf Hitler shattered the military supremacy of Christian-British
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Azad Hind Fauz led by Hindoo-Indian Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose pulled the carpet away from under the feet of the Christian-British
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Jawaharlal Nehru was only one of such numerous characters, perhaps the better known one. However, with new revelations that have become public now, it is becoming apparent that his family was Muslim, not Braahman, not even a Hindoo
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Holy Bible, King James Version, Pilot Books, ISBN 0-8400-3625-4 [1996] p 757 68 The New Oxford Dictionary of English ISBN 019-565432-3 p 1143 69 The New Oxford Dictionary of English p 77 70 The New Oxford Dictionary of English p 792 71 The New Oxford Dictionary of English p 1249 72 Holy Bible, King James Version, Pilot Books, ISBN 0-8400-3625-4 [1996] p 815, p 827 73 The New Oxford Dictionary of English p 1237 74 The New Oxford Dictionary of English p 1099

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The Secret Sayings of Jesus (according to the Gospel of Thomas) Robert M Grant, et al, London 1960 quoted in The Myth of Saint Thomas and the Mylapore Shiva Temple Ishwar Sharan ISBN 81-85990-21-2 [1995] p 76 n 76 The New Oxford Dictionary of English p 1928
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And yet, sometimes it becomes necessary to destroy a rotten base.
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Offhand one example surfaces my mind at this very moment Arundhati Roy. You will find detailed account of her subverting conducts in my other works. But remember that she happens to be just one example, perhaps a better known one; there are plenty of such characters all around you.
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Subvert: (1) to try to destroy the authority of a political, religious, etc. system by attacking it secretly or indirectly (2) to try to destroy a person’s beliefs or loyalties. Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of Current English Sixth Ed 2000 ISBN 019 431 5851 CD-ROM
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financial, administration, political arena, government and its institutions, educational, etc
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Gullible: too willing to believe or accept what other people tell you and therefore easily tricked. Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of Current English CD-ROM
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In any case, Christian-World has been awfully poor in mathematics. Few exceptions were like Sir Isaac Newton whose

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personal library was known for its large collection of books relating to astrology.
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Please refer to the earlier part of this book Recommended further reading ISBN 81-89746-04-9 Christianity in a different Light - Face behind the Mask for ample real life examples 85 Recommended further reading “Christianity in a different Light - Face behind the Mask” and “That Unknown Face of Christianity” for plenty of real life examples 86 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 67-68 87 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 230 n 14
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We are talking of normal circumstances of life. We speak of rules not of exceptions!
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INDIA what can it teach us? F Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 50 Sir Thomas Munro, quoted in Mill’s History, vol. i. p. 371, re-quoted in NDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p57 p231 91 Recommended further reading “That Unknown Face of Christianity” 92 Nay a negative answer Oxford Dictionary p 1237 93 Gospel of Thomas as quoted in The Myth of Saint Thomas and Mylapore Shiva Temple, p 76 n 94 Details in “Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts?” 95 Details in “Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts?” 96 INDIA what can it teach us? Max Muller ISBN 0-14-100437-1 p 255
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July 2002

I have seen them (year 2007) doing so when required, it’s not imaginary

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Well documented evidence from the records of their own people has been presented in “Do your History textbooks tell you these Facts?”
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Ref: DNA after hrs. p1 Friday, 13 Jan 2012 "His khwaab just went epic" "It would be fantastic, the world's greatest film. It would be Mahabharata made like Lord of the Rings — a trilogy" Shah Rukh Khan quoted in a London-based newspaper 101 It has been explained elsewhere in this book, please initial part of this work
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Think of it like character building through environmental influences
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Prakriti has been described as the material cause of the universe
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(a) Here I am not getting into the issue of Nir’Gun’ character of Ishwar but I would like you to know that there is no inherent contradiction in the two aspects. I would want to elaborate on those things in another work ~ this is simply not the right place. (b) I would want to add only this much here that monitoring does not entail that He must personally supervise each and every function though He is capable of doing that as well ~ it is sufficient for Him to establish a system which monitors the whole phenomenon howsoever complex it may be.

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(c) In short, what you need to understand is that this Creation works like a clockwork and is governed by a highly sophisticated mathematical module that is even beyond human comprehension through study of books. You need to connect yourself to Higher Order and it is He who may decide to give you (or not) the necessary understanding, and also, only to that extent that He feels you are ready to grasp (d) Every aspect of this Creation is interrelated and interdependent connected through an invisible chain of mathematical modules.
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Like one of those wholly convent educated (and later foreign educated) modern learned guy once referred to horoscope as horrorscope thinking that he made a very wise crack but he realized not that it spoke of nothing but his ignorance. Elsewhere I shall narrate to you the story of Sir Isaac Newton and then you will realize how foolish these modern educated wise cracks are.
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Recommended further reading ISBN 978-81-89990-04-6 “Vidhata” Recommended further reading ISBN 978-81-89990-04-6 “Vidhata” 108 Recommended further reading ISBN 978-81-89990-04-6 “Vidhata”

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