PNB Fraud: One More Feather in the Congress’ Cap!


By: Parmanand Pandey

Indians will have to take another birth to understand what this Indian political party called ‘Indian National Congress’ – also nicknamed Congress – is!

This is the power that this Party had when it was ruling to “accomplish the misdeeds” and now has the cheeks to “blame BJP for its misdeeds”.

Look at these facts and think for a while:

Loan taken by Nirav Modi – 2008.

Scam happened in 2011.

Audit of Banks happen each year.

PNB is the oldest and the largest Bank after SBI.

RBI under Raghuram Rajan,
PM – Manmohan Singh,
FM – Chidambaram and Pranav Mukherjee.

2008 – No issue.
2009 – Still no issue.
2010 – No NPA Red Alert.
2011 – Scam but No Red Alert.
2012 – No News.
2013 – No News.
2014 – No News.

RBI Governor changed.
2016 – Demonetization
2017 – RBI compelled and Banks compelled to give clear picture.

All of these are now out! Who is the Culprit?

You decide:

Same Day after Scam broke out ED raided and siezed Rs.5100 crore jewels and assets.

This is how legalised loot happened, which was exposed post Demonetisation auditing.

So according to Rahul Gandhi, Nirav Modi met Modi in Davos in 2018 to loot 12000 cr from PNB in 2011..

Sounds familiar like “This morning I wake up at night”!!!

To disgruntled Hindus: Who want to Teach Modi a ‘Lesson’ in 2019 Elections!


By: Anonymous

I keep hearing this very often – not from those who have been his staunchest opponents, but from those who claim to be on the right side of the political spectrum – a statement, ‘We will teach Modi a lesson in 2019 elections’!

Tihis includes many whose ideology lies in the far-right. Their demands, though justified, are more often too practical to be implemented right now given the current situation. Shri Narendra Modi, did not “promise” any of the demands like construction of Ram Mandir, removing Art.370, implementing 2-child policy, freeing temples from government control, abolishing income tax, etc.

These were “expectations” which the far right had from Narendra Modi as they “assumed” him to be one of them. Fine. But did he promise any of these in the manifesto?

You just expected these things because you “assumed” he will do it. But he was always silent on it. Whatever he promised in the manifesto, he has achieved many of them. (You can still check the election manifesto of BJP in the run up to 2014 elections). PDF of the Manifesto : https://www.bjp.org/images/pdf_2014/full_manifesto_english_07.04.2014.pdf

It is not that he has cheated you. It is not that he lied to you. He never sold you the dreams of Ram Mandir. He never sold you the dreams of freeing temples from government control – neither in his speeches, nor in manifesto.

All along in the run-up to 2014 elections, he kept on addressing mostly 6 things –
1. Corruption (Making governance transparent)
2. Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas
3. Financial inclusion of the lowest section
4. Economic development focused on rural areas/poor.
5. Boosting infrastructure – roads, railways, electricity, providing LPG.
6. Safety and security

Let us come to the question of “teaching” him a lesson because you created expectations in your mind and wanted them to be fulfilled in four years.

Now you “feel” cheated and hence want to teach Narendra Modi Ji a “lesson” in 2019.

So please listen:

He will be 68 year old in 2019. He has no son or daughter. He doesn’t have a family. He doesn’t have an heir. His brothers (except one) and cousins still live in very small houses and live on less than a few thousand rupees per month by selling kites, snacks or working as a staff at petrol pump. He has no one after him.

He has already achieved all that one can dream of – Chief Minister of Gujarat for 4 times, Prime Minister of India to win absolute majority on his own after 30 years, heralding a new era and the list is endless.

You like it or not, very few leaders in the world (yes, WORLD) are as popular as him. I am not saying this – most of the international leaders, policy experts, diplomats and media houses agree to it.

He will retire as the former Prime Minister of India. He will get all the facilities he gets today – a posh bungalow, a bulletproof SUV, an SPG cover, invitation from foreign countries, academic institutes, economic agencies and all you can think of.

After another 10-12 years, he will get old and retire from public life. Once you have taught him a “lesson”, no leader in the next 100 years will even dare to wage a war against corruption and systemically make the system transparent.

You will have “taught” Modi a “lesson”!

Today, all of the right repent (openly or secretly) that voting out Vajpayee Ji was the biggest mistake we did in 2004, yet want to teach Modi Ji a “lesson” in 2019.

Remember, teaching Narendra Modi ji a “lesson” will never ever matter to him. He has already achieved everything and has cemented his place firmly in the history.

He will leave nothing and no one behind himself, except his legacy….and the legacy will go on forever!

Remember one thing, you all Hindus who feel disgruntled of Modi: In your eagerness to ‘teach Modi a lesson’, you will not be teaching any lesson at all to him but you will be teaching a lesson to yourself only – ‘a lesson’ that will be lesson of your life, a lesson that will be bitter to you and a lesson that will not be limited to your life only but would also be a lesson to your future generations!!

If Modi cannot make Ram Mandir, we will vote for those who will destroy currently existing temples!!

If Modi cannot abolish Income Tax, we will vote for those who will loot & indulge in scams with our Income Tax!!

If Modi cannot free temples from government control, we will vote for those who will even ban the RSS and VHP by declaring them terrorist organisations!!

If Modi cannot restrict the population explosion in India, we will vote for those who will encourage more births in India by declaring producing children a legal right of those who do so!!

If Modi cannot eradicate rampant corruption in official machinery, you will vote for those who will be not only the masters of corruption but also would protect them who help them to indulge in corruption and would punish them who dare to raise any voice against such corruption!!

Which is the Oldest Language in the World?


Experiences with Maha Periyava

(Tiruvannamalai Gowrishankar)

When I went to the Kanchi Mutt to have the darshan of Sri Maha Periyava, there were four foreigners there, an Israeli, an Italian, a German and a British. They had come to do their PhD in Philology on the topic of ‘the most ancient languages in the Occidental and the Oriental world’.

They were studying Latin, Hebrew and Greek languages in the Occidental part and Sanskrit and Tamil in the Oriental part.

Maha Periyava was in his private quarters, performing His Nithya Karma Anushtanas and elaborate poojas; they had waited and desired to take a photo of Him but His kaingaryams refused permission. They were heartbroken that they could not take a picture.

All the four of them were standing near a tree since morning waiting for Periyava to finish his poojas and give darshan. They asked His sevakas when He would be done with the poojas but got an unconvincing reply.

I told the foreigners that we Indians are used to the way of life at the Mutt, but how had they all been standing for the past 6 hours? One of them looked at his watch and exclaimed, “Oh my God, has it been 6 hours? He is a Man of Certainty and is Beyond Time!”

Maha Periyava came in after 10 minutes and we all went and prostrated before Him. Looking at the man (who had the camera hanging around his neck) who had wanted to take the photos, He gestured with His hands that he could take the pictures now. He posed for three photos and stopped him before taking the fourth.

”Why have you all come here and what is the purpose of your visit? “, asked Periyava.

”We have visited many places regarding our research on the most ancient language”.

Periyava asked, “So, did you arrive at a conclusion as to which is the most ancient language?”

The Israeli replied, “Hebrew is the most ancient in the Occident; but in the Oriental, people say that both Sanskrit and Tamil are the oldest, but we are confused and that is why we are here for Your opinion”.

Periyava said, “There is another language which is more ancient than all these, it is the Vedic Language. It is the source of even Sanskrit and Hebrew.”

“There is a verse about rebirth in Hebrew, can you recite it completely?” asked Periyava to the Israeli by giving the man the first two words.

The Israeli recited it for 3 to 4 minutes. Periyava looked around and asked some boys, “You have all learnt Rig Veda, can you recite this particular verse? He suggested some mantras to the boys.”

Those boys recited the Veda Mantras for 5 minutes.

Periyava then addressed the Israeli ”Did you understand what these boys recited now?”

The four men remained quiet.

Maha Periyava smiled and turned to the boys and said “You all will definitely not understand what this man had recited in Hebrew!”

He then turned to the Israeli and said, “What you have chanted before is the same as what these boys have chanted!”

The 4 foreigners were stunned and did not know how to respond.

Maha Periyava told them that he could prove it and asked for a paper and a pen.

“In Vedas it is mentioned that the world has been classified into 32 portions / regions. And in each of the 32 geographic regions, Vedas say how the Veda Aksharas have changed / got pronounced in those places!”

He asked each of them which region they came from and then explained to them how a particular Veda Aksharam got changed in their individual places!

He asked the boys to recite a verse from Rig Veda again and told the men how each Aksharam in Rig Veda in that verse would sound in their Regions!

The Sarveshwaran then said, “I will now recite this verse with some difficulty as it has been a long time since I had Abhyasam and the Mahan started to chant the mantra slowly, slightly differing from the basic shloka aksharam so that it matched how it would sound in Hebrew.

After he recited the aksharams he asked the Israeli if he understood the recital of the mantra and aksharam and observed any familiarity.

To the boys who recited the Vedas, He said, “I will now recite it in a slightly different form based on how each Aksharam will sound in Hebrew. Please do not think it is wrong; there is this injunction in the Vedas that it can be recited this way also.”

To everybody’s astonishment and surprise, the Israeli started to recite in Hebrew what Maha Periyava exactly chanted – the aksharas in a modified form, as it resembled the Hebrew language. The Israeli therefore chanted it together with Him!!!

We were all stunned!!!

After this demonstration Maha Periyava addressed everyone assembled there, “I told you earlier, the same verse in Rig Veda is present ditto in Hebrew, but the Aksharas have changed slightly. (As we say Yamuna but in the North it is Jamuna, Va in the south is Ba in West Bengal, Paa in Tamil is Haa in Kannada etc). Therefore, the most ancient language in the world is the Vedic language!”

Maha Periyava then asked for paper and pen to be supplied to the four men in order to prepare a table and fill it with how the Rig Veda Aksharams sounded in their language. This was completed in 15 minutes.

The Israeli was shocked and exclaimed, “This is something unimaginable!”

Periyava asked him, “What do you think now, do you now agree that everything has sprung from Vedas?”

The look on the Israeli’s face was not convincing.

Periyava quipped, “What, Are you thinking why could Vedas not have originated from Hebrew?”

The man said, “Yes, it could have been the reverse also, the Vedas could have come from Hebrew”.

Periyava replied smilingly, “You only have the lock, whereas we have both the key and the lock! It is even mentioned in the Vedas as to which Maharishi from here in India went to your region and spread/taught Vedas in Israel!”

The man was fully convinced in the end that the Vedic language is indeed the oldest and the most time honoured.

‘Tamil versus Sanskrit’ – Hey Jingoists, All Indian Languages are MY Own!


By: Aditya Dhopatkar

Regarding the Tamil language statement of Mr. Modi, and the posts on Tamil, as a Savarkarian HindutvaVaadin, this is what I feel should be the national narrative:

  1. Whether the earliest language of India is Sanskrit or Tamil, both are MY Hindu languages. So the issue of which is older should be a matter of objective interest and not provincial ego. This can actually bind us together instead of feeding the Dravidianist-Dalitist Breaking India faultline.

  2. Tamil is definitely older than my own Marathi. And also older than the current standard Hindi or Gujarati or Assamese. But Kashmiri is also a very old language. The older the language, the more definitely it gets classical status (abhijaat bhasha अभिजात भाषा). Saying that supports the greatness of Tamil or Kashmiri but does not undermine the greatness of my own Marathi. Will the non-Marathi speakers not acknowledge the greatness of Marathi too?

  3. It is believed Tamil was created by Shiva and Agastya. Theistically speaking, all languages are formed through Shiva Mahadeva or Krishna or Sarasvati or Brahma. Also, Sanskrit is the language of the Devas and Devis, the Geervaanabhasha. Why cannot Northern Hindus be exposed to classical Sangam Tamil literature? Why cannot Tamil people study Sanskrit, the language of Perumal, Amman, Murugan and Sivan whom they (the Tamilians) worship?

  4. Let the Kashmiri and the Tamilian not quickly understand each other’s language; yet they both pray to Shiva. And this Shiva Bhakti defines our Hindu nationalism. Not some Ambedkar Smruti, sorry, constitution!

  5. Tamil culture is MY Hindu culture, Tamil glory is not just Tamilian glory but also MY heritage. So is Marathi culture, so is Hindi culture. So is Meitei culture and Chakma culture. We have a common heritage. But I won’t accept Urdu culture as Hindu culture, so what if Hindu singers sing Qawwalis and Sufi songs to get rich.

  6. Hindi and Tamil may be different language family groups but share a lot in common in structure. Hindi may shares family ties with English in the Indo-European family of languages that are not shared by Tamil, but Hindi and Tamil share family bonds in the Bharateeya Bhasha Parivaar as Subhah Kak has stated, and English does not belong to the Bharateeya Bhasha (whose definite commonalities go beyond just being geographically being one habitat). And I support Shri Kak’s assertion.

  7. There is a view that Sanskrit was actually created from a bedrock of many other existing languages, which is why Sanskrut has ‘Krut’. Am skeptical, but I commit to remain academically open to the thesis. Yet the Apa-Bhramsh Bhasha and Prakruts are still posterior to Sanskrit, cannot be anterior to it. By that standard, even Hindi was ‘created’ by the bhasha-mandal of the Northern Hindus from the substrate of languages that always existed. Implying, Hindi came much later while Awadhi, Vraj, Bhojpuri, Haryanvi, Maithili, Chhapraiyya, Madhubani, Maru-Gurjari, etc. are the ancient languages. Are the speakers of chaste Hindi ready to accept Awadhi as a pre-Hindi tongue, and accord Awadhi that status? What would the speakers of Khadi Boli (Merath / Meerut / old Hastinapur) say about whether they are the oldest extant dialect of standard Hindi? What would the Madhya Pradesh Hindi speakers say, as MP Hindi is supposed to be sweet, pure and least corrupted with Urdu (Gandhi’s silly syncretic Hindustani)? Also, for a Marathi person like me, understanding Hindi is far easier than understanding Maithili and Magahi. And understanding Kashmiri and understanding Maithili are equally difficult. I cannot follow Tamil. So, Hindi stays. I vote Hindi. But even if Tamil is made the national language, one must cheerfully learn it, if we could learn English, as Tamil is all said and done, MY language.

  8. Thulu or Tulu may be older to Tamil. But that will be opposed by Tamil jingoists. I see Tulu literarily being forgotten. Come on, so many Hindu Vidyaas may be locked in Tulu manuscripts awaiting rediscovery! And I see no initiative from Tulu speakers towards transliterating Tulu scripts, all plans stay trapped within Karnataka government red tape. But then, Tulu has no jingoists while Tamil as a language is full of them, with no fault of the Tamil language but of Tamil language speakers.

  9. If Hindus don’t watch out, Tamil heritage will be usurped by Christianity – what with fictions from the Church that Thirukkural is supposed to be inspired by Saint Thomas speaking to Thiruvallluvar on Marina beach. Ha Ha Ha! No Saint Thomas came to India. But would Tamil jingoists pay attention to a Hindu topic? Come on, a Tamil jingoist can remain a DMKist jingoist, not credit Tamil to originating from Sanskrit if he politically chooses to, but no Jew is responsible for the deep adhyaatma of the Thirukkural.

  10. Whether the national language is Sanskrit, Hindi or Tamil, my inconvenience is less important to nationalism. All Hindu languages are MY languages. But I cannot accept English being made the official national language, though one speaks it flluently.

  11. Pali, Ardhamagdhi also deserve attention. They too are classical languages. They were used by Boudhda and Jaina mata people, but there is nothing Vaidik or Jaina or Boudhda about Pali or Ardhamagdhi. Under the Hindu umbrella, Ardhamagdhi is mine, Pali is mine too. And so are Boudhda and Jaina matas. Let Ardhamagdhi and Pali too benefit from a revival. Let Ardhamagdhi and Pali be freed from the clutches of separatist Ambedkarites and Jain separatists and be studied by all. Also, Tibetan is spoken in Ladakh, Lahaul-Spiti (Himachal), Sikkim, Bhutan, Arunachal… and must be studied.

  12. The languages of the Andamanese tribals, the Nicobarese tribals, though not literary, are also my own. So also, the languages of the Mizos, Hazongs, Adi Mishmis, Digaru Mishmis, Angame Nagas, Kukis, Garos, Khasis, Jaintias, etc They are also the responsibility of the Indian Union, to be protected and nurtured, not the career of some Christtian missionary. I may not understand any word from them, but that their first book is the Bible and in some Roman-Latin alphabet is just not commendable to Hindu pride. Why not make Shiva Puraan, Ramayan, Krishan Bhajans, Jaina stories, Hitopadesha, Jataka Buddhist tales, Mahabharata and Thirukkural available in North Eastern languages with the Devanagari script? And also their local tribal folklore? So what if the bulk of their speakers are Christianised? They can learn the stories, it will help in deAbrahamisation and DharmaPunarPravesh.

  13. Chakmas, Meiteis, etc, actually have their ancient Burmese-like scripts. These languages are also literary. Let more literature be created there.

  14. The refusal to speak any language other than Hindi (and not learn Marathi) by Hindi speakers in Maharashtra or Gujarat, and the refusal to speak any language other than Tamil by Tamil Nadu residing Tamilians are both the same version of linguistic and regional chauvinism. The political opposition to learning Marathi by leaders of migrant Hindi speakers in Maharashtra is utterly anti-national politics. So is the bashing up of Hindi speakers in Maharashtra by MNS, which is still a reaction to the politics of Hindi speakers community leaders fanning hatred in Maharashtra. With the common Devnagari and the common origin in Sanskrit, there is just no excuse for the political opposition of Hindi speaker community leaders in Maharashtra, to not asking their migrant community members to take up learning Marathi. The ugliest turn to attacking migrants is killing of Hindi speakers in Assam by ULFA and the anti-Northeastern chauvimism in the rest of India. The blame is shared by us all.

  15. Nepali, Hindi are connected by ancient ties. So are Kumaoni and Nepali, Gadhwali and Nepali, Maithili and Nepali. Similarly, Bishnupriya Manipuri, Assamese, Bengali are also united by the same script. Bengali is quite a deep language. Then, Sanskrit, Hindi, Hindu Sindhi, Marathi, Konkani, Nepali, Pali, Ardhamagdhi are all also united by the Devnagari script. Sinhala, Marathi, standard Dhivehi (Maldives), Bahl dialect of Dhivehi (Minicoy – Southern Lakshadwip), Konkani are all Maharashtri Prakruts. Our unity factors run deep, we just have to recognise them. Lakshadwip got converted to Islam from a Buddhist identity, but the languages of Minicoy (a Southern island of Lakshdwip archipelago) and Maldives are a Maharashtri prakrut. Sinhala is also a Maharashtri Prakrut. Will the neo-Buddhist Ambedkarites – who speak Marathi – and who support the Buddhists of Sri Lanka, do research into the pre-Islamic status of Dhivehi on the basis of language and Buddhism? Can not the Secular Indian Union sponsor this research?

  16. We ought to weed out Urdu, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, European words from our Hindu languages. They are infiltrators into our collective national mindscape (मनोविश्व / भावविश्व) and will destroy our unity. They indicate colonisation and conquest over us, even mental colonisation. Has not Rajiv Malhotra spoken of non-intertranslatability? We should use Sanskrit words for native languages. Yet, Urdu and English may deserve objective respect. Let English be enjoyed in its Hinduised versions (like in Amar Chitra Katha or before the narration prior to a classical dance recital on Doordarshan or on the boards of Southern Indian temples).

  17. The extremism of a linguistic pride can support LTTE (Tamil) or ULFA (Assamese). Beware. No support and zero tolerance to separatism and jingoim, leave alone extremism. No division amongst regional states.

  18. According status of being a separate language can make a dialect speaking community demand a new smaller state. Odisha may either grow into greater Odisha (including Bastar, Purulia, Seraikela, Berhampur, etc.) or contract in size with secessionism from Kosali. We need to be watchful. Whenever provincial pride prevails over regional pride, there are careers for Leftists, Maoists and all types of anti-nationals. Wasn’t linguistic pride the domains of rightists? We need to rethink labelling, but we need to preserve unity even at regional levels. Seraiki language is the Southern Punjabi languge of Seraikistan, which has Baloch, Rajputana, Kutchchhi, Punjabi, Sindhi and Gujarati influences. Seraikistanism is a separatist movement within Pakistan, centred on Multan and Bahawalpur. Well, Seraiki has its own script used by traders. So this too is a case of separatism, but within Pakistan. India should pay attention. Yes, trader scripts exist too. For accounts. Used by mercantile groups. Can Sylheti pride be tapped to create instability in Bangladesh by Indian strategistst? The original extent of Bangla Bhoomi is from KarnaSuvarna (Islamic name Murshidabad) to Tripura.

  19. India’s diversity in all aspects, including languages is a treasure to be protected and practised. As long as a golden thread of Dharma and Rashtra do not unite Indic language speakers, the unity will keep getting undermined by Marxists. Let us snatch back the initiative and narrative from them.

  20. It remains the duty of Hindus to reHinduise scripts of languages like Sindhi or Pashtu or the Baloch languages. Their current status is of an Islamised script and vocabulary interpolating into an Indo-European language. We need to disconnect language from Chrislam. Will Tamil jingoists invest time to study Brahui, a Dravidian language of the Baloch? That too with deIslamisation and DharmaPunarPravesh in mind, as the अंतस्थ हेतु? We have the same undecided status of Konkani vis-à-vis Marathi. Flames fanned by the Roman Catholic Church which moots the Roman Script for Konkani. We also need to revive the Sharada script of Kashmiri. It is part of the struggle against Islamic fundamentalism and this point needs to be discussed a lot. There is a simillarity of scripts between pre-Arabic Sindhi, Kashmiri (Sharada), Punjabi (Gurumukhi), Tibetan and Seraiki.

  21. It is also a lesser known fact that Manipur has two official languages – Meitei and Bishnupriya – spoken by the eponymous communities and with both being recognised by the Indian Union. Bishnupriya is an Indo-European language and the easternmost language of the Indo-European family; Meitei is another language family. Its script is similar to that of Assamese and Bangla.
    In case of Bangla, Odia, Assamese and Bishnupriya, their phonetic pronunciations and vocabulary are similar. Let this be known by the jingoists of the speakers of Tamil and Hindi. Assamese speakers had to struggle to clarify, Assamese was a separate standalone language with its own grammar, script peculiarities and pronunciations, its own literary evolution and that Assamese was not a dialect of Bangla, and was not spoilt Bangla. But wait. While you sympathise with Assamese, Bishnupriya had to struggle to prove that it wasn’t Assamese either (to counter the objection of Assamese speakers who were intent on making Bishnupriya just a dialect of Assamese), while Bishnupriyas were struggling equally to not let Bishnupriya being called a dialect of Bangla, or a part of Bangla either. But Bishnupriya and Meitei together are part of the same. Besides, in the framework of a Bharateeya Bhasha Parivaar, both languages Bishnupriya and Meiteei have Vaishnav vocabulary, with loan word osmosis. Meitei suffered a Bangla-isation of its script, let the Burmese script of Meitei Manipuri be revived. Also, there is a provincial similarity between KokBarak (Kokborok), the language of the Tripura tribal communities (named after the Barak river) and Bangla, within the state of Tripura. Bangla is Indo-European, quite ancient, and deeply literary. But Kokborok uses the Bangle script. R D Burman, S D Burman etc spoke Kokborok as their mother tongue. Can the same model of amity be applied to Meitei-Bishnupriya and Kokborok-Bangla?

‘How Dare You’, Indian Yells at ‘White Racist’ Seeking Segregation!


By: Sooraj Kumar

1. This is an incident about White privilege and segregation in India’s most high-tech city. Bangalore Police have responded. Looks like a case of a White Christian evangelist group trying to act top dog among Indians. Read the incident.

2. At Indian Social Institute, Benson Town, Bangalore, a group of white Americans was asking Indians to leave lunch room & sit separately in adjacent room. A friend, who was staying there, yelled at them: “How dare u do this in India?” Stunned Americans apologised.

3. This happened at 1pm, February 13. Indian Social Institute is a Christian run organisation so the Americans may have been part of a church group. They were occupying the main dining room where catering was going on. Indians were asked to take their food and leave.

4. There was a couple sitting in the adjacent room. When my friend asked why they were sitting separately, they said: “We are black, they are white.” They later said they were Goan Christians.

5. My friend barged into the dining room, asked the Americans what the hell was going on. “This is India, don’t try your racist segregation in my country,” said. “Who are you to order us out of this room.”

Group went quiet. Courage disappeared when confronted by a proud Indian.

6. My friend then said, “I’m not going to sit with you people anyway. It is below my dignity to sit in the same room as you.”
Later the US group leader approached my friend and asked him to come in and sit in the main dining area.
My friend asked him to get lost.

7. My friend spoke to the director Selvaraj Arulnathan, Society of Jesuits: “How can you allow segregation at Indian Social Institute?”
Clearly a case where an Indian Christian organisation perceives whites as their masters.

8. Civil rights act 1964 outlawed segregation in US. Had these Evangelical Indophobic white chauvinists tried to racially segregate blacks in US right now, they would’ve had their arses sodomized esp. by BLM members and Antifa.

9. Let me quote from one of Adolf Hitler’s transcribed conversations, “The basic reason for English pride is India. Four hundred years ago English didn’t have this pride. The vast spaces over which they spread their rule obliged them to government millions of people and they kept these multitudes in order by granting a few men unlimited power.” It is we who gave colonials a sense of superiority and we continue to do so.

10. Our colonial education system imposed by Macaulay ensures that Hindustanis indoctrinated with Anglican education grow up to be under the servitude of West. This phenomenon is more so prevalent among Christians of Bharat. I shall also evoke the words of Polydoros of Sparta, “If you worship your enemy, you are defeated. If you adopt your enemy’s religion, you are enslaved.”

11. The ancestors of Goans Christians were either raped or converted by sword. They cannot rid themselves off this pernicious mind-warping effect without denouncing Christianity with the contempt it deserves since it is a byproduct of the religion itself. Christianity is scourge on the face of the earth imposed by colonials need to be thwarted out along with their narratives that pervades our academia. The newly revamped educational system should drive students with cultural zeal and nationalistic feelings.

तेजी से बदलती दुनिया के साथ बदलो, नही तो खतम हो जाओगे!


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Jallikattu: Komban the Bull, Tells You Something While Dying!


By: R. Veera Raghavan (Advocate, Chennai)

A five-year old ‘jallikattu’ bull, called Komban, was in the news a week ago.

Jallikattu is termed a sporting event in which numerous young men surround and go after a fleeing bull, for one of them to grab and hold on to its hump with both his arms till the animal crosses the finishing line, a distance of about 50 feet. At the event, unwilling bulls are pushed into the open ground through a barricaded narrow passage – one at a time, so each bull may either run away from the arms and clutches of tamers to reach the finishing line and be counted a winner, or be subdued by one winning tamer before that line.

When Komban the Bull was let into the jallikattu arena at Thennalur, Pudukottai district, tamers had assembled outside the bull’s gate through which the animal must emerge. They were eyeing the bull and readying to grab its hump soonest as the creature came out. Tamers had nearly blocked all space for a comfortable passage-out for the bull at the gate line. It had to fiercely butt through the tamers swarming at the gate. It frantically lunged forward at the gate line, but rammed a cut trunk of a coconut tree planted like a post outside the gate. Komban instantly dropped to the ground and died on the spot in a few minutes.

Let’s not imagine Komban could not sight a high post in front of it, the one which has the girth of an elephant’s leg. The animal was somewhat blinded and disoriented in fright and so it violently hit a huge obstacle. It was like a tormented human running like hell, dashing on a wall and ending his life. Since poor Komban had no voting right and no group-leaders to speak out for it, the horrible death of Komban did not trigger any politically sponsored protest or mourning in Tamil Nadu. The beleaguered bull was owned by a politician, Tamil Nadu’s health minister C. Vijaya Baskar.

If you have a heart, you would know that jallikattu is not a sport, as sport is understood. It is sheer trauma for the poor bull forced into the event in which it desperately looks to disappear from the scene. That is not a sport for the harassed bulls. Not really one for the tamers also – 66 of them were injured, and 33 rushed to hospitals from the jallikattu venue that saw Komban last.

A citizen cornered by corrupt government officials for bribes will be keen to run away from his plight if he can, and can’t imagine he plays a sport with those blackguards. But the fleecing officials may relish such engagement with the citizen as a sport. Now fix who’s who in a jallikattu.

The ultimate power of a bull against a human was seen, like before, during the four weeks prior to Komban’s final outing. A bull that had crossed the finishing line at a jallikattu held at Palamedu, Madurai district, was still not out of tension and discomfort.  In that state it gored a spectator, a 19-year old boy, waiting at the collection point for bulls that had finished their run, and the poor boy did not survive. At two jallikattu events held in Tiruchi district, the bulls in the arena landed fatal kicks on the chest of two tamers, one of them a teen, who were challenging the animals. These are also tragic ends, resulting from our vanity, ignorance and unconcern for the gentle and majestic bull.

Komban is the latest to tell us that our society remains insensitive, not just to the dangers ignorant bull tamers take on themselves but also to the trauma and risks inflicted on innocent bulls.

We know that a man is no match for a muscled bull in physical prowess. Though stronger, the animal does not harm strangers who do not tease or disturb it. Though weaker, the bull-tamer is foolish in going at it. He is lucky the bull seldom takes on its pursuing men, unlike a lion or tiger. Those wild animals will also avoid contact with humans and slink away, but if a man closely obstructs or chases them they will maul him. This is where the gentle bull differs. With a robust neck and a sturdy pair of horns it can severely bruise and displace the flesh and bones of the onrushing tamer, but still it wants to slip out of his reach and be left alone rather than hurt him. It gores and maims or kills a man when many men totally hinder its escape and heighten its agony.

When Komban lost its life in a jallikattu, its owner Vijaya Baskar said he had cared for the bull “as if it were a member of our family”. That was not much of a humanitarian sentiment as it seemed. He probably felt like a corporate which advertised itself on an expensive race car that blew up on a racing track. But Komban would have viewed Vijaya Baskar as a member of its family, hoping he would not send it towards danger and death. Who was kind and gentle to the other?

(This article was originally published HERE)

Copyright © R. Veera Raghavan 2018

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