Christianity in a Different Light: Face Behind the Mask (Vol.1)
Why Christianity is not a religion but a System of Political Imperialism and Financial Racketeering

Auditing & Reinterpreting Religion, History and Current Events

Subject categories: 
(1) Comparative Religion (Christianity vis-a-vis Hindooism) 
(2) Christianity, imperialism, and politics 
(3) Christianity and financial racketeering 
(4) Christianity and decline in social, moral and ethical values 
(5) Christianity and its disastrous impact on Hindoo value system
(6) Political Science 
ISBN 978-81-89746-04-9
Written between October 2003 and February 2004 and arrived from press by end of March 2004.
edn 1- 22 March 2004 - 384 pages (large print) | edn 2 - June 2004 - 236 pages (standard print) - thoroughly restructured edn - bibliography & index included
edn 3 - May 2005 - 260 pages (standard print) | edn 4 - 2007 - 224 pages (small print) - split edn | 
edn 5 - 2008 - 348 pages (standard print) - enlarged - bibliography & index included | illustrated edn - 2009 (Webpage)

Book Reviews

During past ten years that I have been writing books, I have never approached any one (individual or organization) to review my works.
Those who voluntarily sent their letters of appreciation or communicated it over phone, I have simply placed their feelings on record.
Among them, many words of appreciations received over phone have remained unrecorded.

236-page 2nd edition of June 2004

Brni Lasaji [Email to a group of people on 31 August 2004] 
[She was not born as a Hindoo. She was born in the Americas from Christian parents] 
A few months ago Swamini Sadvidyananda sent me a copy of Christianity in a Different Light: Face Behind the Mask by Maanoj Rakhit.

I have been reading it in my spare time. First I want to congratulate Maanoj Rakhit for this monumental work, which is unique and highly important for all to read.

So far (to my knowledge) nobody in the world has openly brought the true teachings of Christianity to light in such a clear-cut manner.

I have personally checked every Bible quote he has used and found them all to be accurate. The book contains much more.

It reveals in stunning contrast the truth, beauty, love and universality that lie within Hindooism. It also reveals much about human thought processes, world history and the current world situation.

I have not finished the book yet, but I didn’t want to wait any longer before recommending it to all of you. Here is Maanoj Rakhit's address etc...
Brni Lasaji [Email to a group of people on 4 September 2004]
Prompted by Maanoj Rakhit’s book, Christianity in a Different Light: Face Behind the Mask, I got a copy of the Bible from the library and started reading it.

Even though I was raised as a Christian I never read the Bible. Maybe I glanced at it once and was turned off when I was still a child or teenager.

Now after spending most of my life studying Vedanta, when I started reading the Bible I was really sickened.

We need to expose the Bible to all Hindoos by getting a copy of it in every Indian language that it has so-far been translated into, and, also, get a copy of Maanoj Rakhit’s book in order to quickly find the core of what it teaches. Otherwise, you’ll be wading through pages and pages of family histories, wars etc.

I read the entire passages surrounding the quotes he gives, and believe me, it gets much worse. Even within the first few pages of the Bible God starts cursing his creation....
Brni Lasaji [Email to me 17 September 2004] 
Our Aachaarya, Swami Siddhabodhananda, has been heaping praise on you and your book.

He announced it in his Samskrtam class and said you are a brilliant scholar. That is indeed high praise coming from him, who is one of the most highly acclaimed scholars among Swami Dayananda (not Devananda) Saraswati’s disciples.

He said he wants all the students to have a copy and wants 100 books.
Swami Devananda (not Dayananda) Saraswati (70) [letter of 29 October 2004]
He was not born as a Hindoo. He was born in the Americas of white parents. His father was a Christian priest in a Christian church. 
I mention of white parents because I have noticed an inferiority complex among browns that makes them look up to whites with awe, and 
their word seems to carry more weight. He left his home early and travelled a great part of the world.
From my experience, I can say that he is one rare white man, Christian born, who has turned Hindoo to the core.

Thank you for the copy of Christianity in a different Light, which I have read from cover to cover. You are one of the very few Hindoo writers working today who has understood the truth about Christianity and the insidious influence it has had on our educated and governing classes.

I particularly appreciate your criticism of Yogananda Paramahansa of California. For the last hundred years our mahatmas (including Mahaatma Gandhi) and god men have misled the people by promoting Jesus as a standard and example of righteousness and sacrifice. They think it enhances their own spiritual reputation and universality to do so. They are sadly mistaken.

Jesus is not an example for any good man of intelligence and discrimination to follow. Swami Chidananda of Shivananda Aashram at Rishikesh is a prime example of this kind of Christianized Hindoo Saadhu who has gained a world following by undermining the very integrity of Hindoo Dharma.

My best wishes and Sri Devi’s blessings on your good work for Dharma.

Insidious (proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with very harmful effects)
Righteousness
(morally right and justifiable)
Swamini Amma Pramananda Saraswati [phone 18 September 2004]
Please remove the Agyaan' अज्ञान around all. You are very valuable to us. We want you to continue writing. You can come and live in the Aashram, you will have separate accommodation, no disturbance, so you concentrate on your writing...
Dr. TN Ramachandran (71), a well known scholar [letter 26 October 2004] 
I am delighted to go through your well-documented work, viz., Christianity in a different Light.
Shri K Prabhakar (62), Chartered Accountant [letter 4 November 2004] 
I congratulate you for your effort and vision, which has authored and published the book Christianity in a different Light. Such books are the need of the hour to remove cultivated ignorance of Hindoos especially the English speaking elite. Pujya Swamini Pramananda Saraswati has presented a copy of the said book to me. As I have informed you over the phone I may require 300 to 500 copies[1] of the said book mainly for distribution among Hindoo Saadhus and some of the intellectuals whom I know.
Sri PV Jayaprakash [postcard 30 August 2004] 
I am reading Christianity in a different Light. Kindly do write more books. For example, about Qur’an and Islam; a very good book on Indian history would be appreciated. Adopt (better to say retain) the same style (way of presenting) in your forthcoming books also.
Shri Nitin Kapoor (age 31) [letter 18 January 2005] 
Reading your books make my heart bleed. I sincerely pray to God to give you further strength. May Ma Durga protect you! May Ma Saraswati give you further knowledge! May Lord Ganesh give speed to your fingertips! May Ma Lakshmi give you immense wealth so that your books reach in every corner of the globe and in all possible languages!
Shri PS Nair (40+) [letter 2 July 2004] 
Your book is a valiant effort to awaken the sleeping elephant that is our poor Hindoo society. I also feel that your future books should clearly indicate what Hindoos must do.
Sri Sandesh Bhaskaran [letter 17 Sept 2004]
I have finished reading your book Christianity in a different Light. It is a wonderful book. It helps in seeing the truth behind the smoke screen. Years ago I also used to believe that all religions teach the same truth. After reading the Qur’an and the Bible my opinion has also changed. I fully agree with you that they are not religions but imperialistic ideologies cloaked under the banner of religion. They are Aasuric religions. Thank you so much for writing such a wonderful book. May Hindoos open their eyes to realize the truth?
Shri BM Sundaram, (71), Director, All India Radio (Retd.) [Email 7 November 2004]
I am so lucky that I got your excellent and very purposeful book Christianity in a different Light, presented to me by the great son of Bhaarat, the eminent scholar, Dr. TN Ramachandran. Such insightful books should reach the hands of every Hindoo (of every state), who have been long brainwashed to be ignorant of what happened or happens around them. Late Shri Sita Ram Goel asked me to translate all his works into Tamil, as also, my good and revered friend, Dr. NS Rajaram of Bangalore. Would you permit me to translate your above-mentioned work? On receiving the necessary permission from you, I shall start the work and on its completion, I shall send you the script for printing and publishing at your end.
 Prof. K Ramasubramaniam, IIT [Email 7 December 2004] 
Quite fascinating and revealing! 
Mr. Chirag Godhania (29) [Email Tue, 24 Aug 2004 14:36:10 +0100]
Very uplifting, as per usual I've had a preliminary scan and I think the Christianity in a new light book is incredibly striking especially the front few pages concept with quotes and page 124 (I think) brought a huge smile to my face (the burden that Hindoos carry for Nehru being 'born' a Hindoo). I hope to sit down and read over the next weeks but initially as a Hindoo it gave me immense pride to be reading what I was. 
Sri S Jagannathan (40) Phone 15 August 2005 

I have been reading your book page by page and, I could not hold my eagerness to call you and express my immense thanks for writing such an excellent book which is extraordinary.

Today is the Independence Day, and my greetings for writing such a book. It will lead us towards independence from our mental slavery from Macaulay’s education system. This is very much needed especially for English educated people.

All along I used to think of Christianity as a religion of service to humanity but your book is truly an eye-opener. I used to read Bible. But all those things that you mention in your book had missed my attention.

I wish to translate your book into Tamil and serialize in a local paper Paanch'Janyam'. This is the first book of yours that I am reading and I want to read all your books.

260-page 3rd edition of May 2005

Mr. Rudy Mishra (75), Barrister & Solicitor [Email 12 June 2005]
I just do not how to describe your book that I am reading. It is like an atomic bomb that destroys the myth of christian propaganda. The native Indians of the Americas also suffered like the Indians in India.
Singularity of purpose achieves result. You are embarked on one purpose and one alone. You are bound to succeed. A mind set on one course moves the whole human body, thoughts and actions, towards that goal.
So you were in Toronto and are a Chartered Accountant. Wonderful. Am I right in saying that you are now setting the account books of religion in order. It is a huge auditing job. I am praying for your success. Hey Paramaatma please kindly shower your blessing on Maanoj Rakhit and his family.
Shri HK Nigam (66), senior HRD executive (retired), having contributed over thousand articles to reputed newspapers, and 
one who regularly reviews English books (phone 21 June 2005) I have not written his exact words but the gist was something like this:
I finished your book and for two days I have been very perturbed. The revelations were shocking. I felt the need to call you and speak to you. This work may be the beginning of a masterpiece coming from you in due course of time. The way you write going back and forth revisiting issues in different ways leave a lasting impression. And the fonts you use, the meanings you present with various words, a style quite unseen in English language books.
Book Review of Vol. 1 & 2 — Raashtr' Dharm' published from Lucknow, Bhaadrpad 2062 issue, pp.55, 56, 58 — Review by Shri HK Nigam
He concluded in his review that my works reminded him of Swami Vivekananda's works
Shri Ramesh Dudani (69), Retired Professor of Philosophy [phone 7 Sept 2005]
I learned from him that he retired four years ago from one of the renowned colleges in Mumbai
For 32 years, he taught there Hindoo philosophy, Greek philosophy, Islam, Catholicism, and many others (he named quite a few)

It is a fine work. Very enlightening one that deserves a Ph.D. on its own merits. You have not only quoted from the real Bible but also you have paraphrased it very well. What you give is an insight into the subject. It is the best book I have read during last one year.

Prof. Ramesh Dudani, again, on 16-12-2005 during a personal meeting
The way you connect religion with the wider picture is so very convincing.
Sri M Srinivasan [23-10-2005 letter] 
I wish you success in your efforts to bring more light and understanding on such issues.
Dr Hara Kumara Panigrahi (76) letter 20-02-2008 
I have translated your book Christianity in a different Light in Oriya.
All your works say that you are a great ‘Sannyaasi’.
In my 76 years of my life I did not know, and my friends also, the true nature of Christianity.
I was astonished.
I want to make others, Oriya-knowing-people, to have the same thought and feeling; I felt in.

384-page 1st edition of March 2004

Shri P Deivamuthu, Editor, Hindoo Voice [phone April 2004]
Blood boils when we read about what happened in Goa for two hundred years in the name of papal Inquisition.
Shri Panna Lal, retired Industrialist [letter April 2004]
It is a very good book, and very boldly written.
 Professor GC Asnani (81) [retired from United Nations service] [Email April 2004]
Please go ahead with your work to remove the darkness, which has enveloped Hindoo society.
Shri Ashok Bhaseen [Email April 2004]
I like your narrative style of writing.
All those people whose comments have been produced above - they all have come in contact with me through my writings. 
They were not known to me (exception: Ashok Bhaseen, colleague in 1980s) and they were not offering their praise to please me in any way. 
It hadn’t been possible to keep record of all comments received. I apologize to those readers whose comments have been missed out. 
It is not deliberate. It is the work load that prevents me from keeping records up-to-date. 

The Book

The following text is from 2nd edition of June 2004 with minor modification

Prologue

Source — Back Cover — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Guiding Principle

“As long as Christianity wages an ideological war on Hindooism, its curious theories and unique claims must be thoroughly investigated, and vigorously replied to, by informed Hindoos of integrity and conviction.” Ishwar Sharan, a Canadian Swami, who in his poorvaashram belonged to a family of middle-class professionals of practicing Christians.

Blowing the Bugle

Among Christians, who may feel hurt by exposition of truth documented in these pages, may want to ask themselves, how hurt Hindoos may have been when Christians committed these atrocities on Hindoos

Sometimes you may find me using harsh words against those guilty, but you need to weigh them against the harshness Christians have been committing against Hindoos, and then decide for yourself, if my words are harsher than their deplorable acts. There are plenty of people who help them hide these deplorable acts, and are ever ready to speak in their praise. Therefore, I needn’t add any words in their praise, if there were any that deserved mention. Let that job be done efficiently by those who are already doing it. Let me present the other side of it, which remains carefully hidden!

Before you proceed

About the Author

Source — Page 3 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Author is not a member of RSS or VHP or any such other organization, political party, or religious order. Author wishes to retain his independence of thought, expression, and integrity of his ideology, which may clash at some point of time or other, by becoming a member of any such organization, or a group of people. Author’s loyalty is towards the truth, as he perceives it at a given point of time. This is one reason he prefers to publish his work by himself, so that this independence is retained.

Born in a family having spiritual tradition and higher learning for several generations. Father a gold-medalist engineer, paternal grandfather a physician, maternal grandfather a surgeon, great-grandfather an educationist and a writer, and his father had become a Yogi after renouncing his business.

Born on 25 January 1952 at Bankura, West Bengal, and educated in several states of India & in Canada. At 14, earned two distinctions in High School and Merit Scholarship for College education. Qualified as a University Graduate with rank, as a Chartered Accountant, as a Company Secretary, and as a Computer Systems Analyst.

At 34, was selected for listing (at 35 listed) in Who’s Who in the World (Marquis Who’s Who published in USA since 1899). Most of the time focused on seeing start-up corporations grow or overseeing ailing corporations or ailing division of prosperous corporation coming back to life. Held Senior Management positions in several countries. Been in day-to-day contact with people from 20 different nationalities. Was exposed to various business cultures like multinationals, professionals-owned, government-owned, family-owned, massive organizations and tiny ones too. Acquired experience in various industries like pharmaceutical, chemical, consumer product, industrial agriculture, horticulture, animal husbandry, dairy manufacturing, financial sector, forestry operations, and computer software. Managed various disciplines like Audits, Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Treasury, Corporate Planning; Legal affairs; Human Resources; Procurement & Materials Management; Civil Constructions; Sales & Marketing; Quality Assurance; and General Administration.

At 46, after the gift of the second life, taken to spiritual quest. At 48, took retirement from active service and resorted to isolated living. At 50, acquired interest in spiritual writing. After visit to Europe, a new vision developed: BhagavadGeeta was enacted to raise men of virtue, like Arjun. Arjun, in today’s context, could be a man or a woman desirous of fighting adharm' अधर्म, in his or her individual capacity, and with his or her individual resources, howsoever limited they may be. This gave a new direction to subsequent writings, as is reflected through published works.

Quotes from Christian Bible and History of Christianity

Source — Page 5 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

In this work, I shall be quoting, extensively, from Christian Bible and the history of Christianity. I shall be quoting real-life conducts of many Popes, Cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops, as well as respected Saints of Christianity. I shall try to demonstrate a close link between the teachings of Christian Bible and shaping of characters of Christian Popes, Cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops, and Saints of Christianity. I shall also try to demonstrate with real-life incidences of Christian world, as to how those teachings of Bible have percolated down to the Christian men, woman and children. I shall also try to demonstrate what kind of influence it has on Hindoo men, women and children. This influence is a matter of major concern to me.

I shall be reproducing the teachings of-Christian Bible verbatim. If some people accuse me of disturbing communal harmony by doing so, they would better accuse Christian Bible for that, because I am simply bringing out the facts that most people in India are ignorant of till today, as I had been all my life, until recently, though I am supposed to be well educated and traveled extensively, a quality that did not enlighten me any better on the subject in hand. This work is essentially in service to Hindoo society, which has been kept in dark for long, and that too deliberately with purpose.

References to Christian Bible in this work are from Holy Bible, Pocket-Size Edition, King James Version, Pilot Books, Athens, Georgia, Broadman & Holman Publishers, Belgium, 1996.

Note added on 2010 10 18 

I could have reproduced hundreds of relevant quotes from Christian Bible to substantiate my point. But that would have amounted to cataloguing which could be good for reference but not good enough for assimilating the truth that deludes you most. Therefore, I have chosen to pick up, at random, a set of few quotes and attempted at explaining far-reaching consequences they hold in store for us. I have tried to explain them differently, from different angles, so that you acquire an understanding that is deep and wide. Besides, the style it has been explained should help you assimilate the core issues with relative ease. Those who are interested in large number of quotes for cataloguing purpose may want to refer to other peoples' works. My work essentially attempts at helping you with a vision that penetrate the smoke screen and look beyond. 

Being ignorant is no sin, insisting on staying so is

You can verify these statements from Authorized Version of Holy Bible

Source — Page 6 to 14 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

 

Jesus Christ said 1

Source: Holy Bible, Mathew 12:30, p.759

He that is not with me is against me

in other words,

Those do not agree with me, they are my enemy!

 


 

Jesus Christ said 2

Source: Holy Bible, Mathew 10:34, p.757

Think not that I am come to send peace on earth:
I came not
to send peace, but a sword

in other words,

Wage war against those who do not agree with me

 


 

Jesus Christ said 3

Source: Holy Bible, Luke 12:51, p.815

Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth?
I tell you, Nay; but rather division:

Nay = a negative answer, Oxford Dictionary, p.1237

in other words,

Divide them!

 


 

Jesus Christ said 4

Source: 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

in other words,

Put one against the other!

Make them quarrel

 


 

Jesus Christ said 5

Source: Holy Bible, Mathew 10:35, 10:36, p.757

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. And a man’s foe shall be they of his own household

in other words,

Split the Family!

Destroy their unity!

Turn family members

enemy of each other!

 


 

Jesus Christ said 6

Source: Holy Bible, Luke 12:52, 12:53, p.815

For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three. 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

in other words,

Family threadbare!

 


 

Jesus Christ said 7

Source: Gospel of Thomas 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

in other words,

Hate your loved ones!

 


 

Jesus Christ said 8

Source: Holy Bible Luke 14:26, p.817

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

in other words,

Hate, Hate, Hate!

 

Source — Page 15, 16, 19 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

 

Bible God said this is my 1st Law

Source: Holy Bible, Deuteronomy 12:1, p.168

These are the statutes and judgments, which ye shall observe to do in the land, which the LORD God of thy fathers giveth thee to possess it, all the days ye live upon the earth

Statute (in biblical use) a law or decree made by a sovereign, or by God

in other words,

Follow it till eternity!

 


 

Laws of Bible God 2

Source: Holy Bible, Deuteronomy 12:2, p.168

Ye shall utterly destroy all the places, wherein the nations which ye shall possess served their Gods, upon the high mountains, and upon the hills, and every green tree:

in other words,

Totally Destroy!

 


 

Laws of Bible God 3

Source: Holy Bible, Deuteronomy 12:3, p.168

And ye shall overthrow their altars, and break their pillars, and burn their groves with fire; and ye shall hew down the graven images of their gods, and destroy the names of them out of that place

in other words,

Eliminate totally, wipe out even the names of their gods!

 

Source — Page 17, 18, 20, 21 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

 

Christian Bible instructs 1

Source: Holy Bible, Exodus 23:24, p.68

Thou shalt not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do after their works: but thou shalt utterly overthrow them, and quite break down their images

in other words,

Destroy their idols!

 


 

Christian Bible instructs 2

Source: Holy Bible, Exodus 34:13, p.79

But ye shall destroy their altars, break their images, and cut down their groves

in other words,

Destroy everything that relates to their worship!

 


 

Christian Bible instructs 3

Source: Holy Bible, Isaiah 13:16, p.557

Their children also shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled, and their wives ravished (*raped)

Dash strike or fling something somewhere with great force, especially so as to have a destructive effect [Oxford p 468]
Ravish force a woman to have sexual intercourse against her will [Oxford Dictionary p 1541]

in other words,

Kill their children!
Rape their wives!

 


 

Christian Bible instructs 4

Source: Holy Bible, Numbers 31:17, 31:18, p.149

Now therefore kill every male among little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves

(a) Every male among little ones = baby boys, male children; (b) woman that hath known man by lying with him = married women, or women who have had slept with men; (c) but all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him = those who have not slept with men, virgins, those who have had no sex with men

in other words,

Kill their children!
Rape their wives!

 

This is how Christians practiced the Laws of Bible God to the letter:
victims - Hindoos of Goa

Source — Page 22 to 23 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

 

Source: The Empire of the Soul, Paul Williams Roberts, Harper Collins, 1999*

Children were flogged and slowly dismembered (*tear or cut limb from limb) in front of their parents, whose (*parents’) eyelids had been sliced off (*so they couldn’t close their eyes) to make sure they missed nothing. Extremities (*the hands and feet) were amputated carefully, so that a person could remain conscious even when all that remained was a torso (*the trunk of the human body) and head. Male genitals were removed and burned in front of wives, breasts hacked off and vaginas penetrated by swords while husbands were forced to watch. ... And it went on for two hundred years.

*as reproduced in The Saint Business, Rajeev Srinivasan, Hindoo Voice, Nov 2003, pp 4-5

in other words,

Puts beasts to shame!
Spread Christianity everywhere!

 

And, now see what Hindoos were like

Source — Page 24 to 26 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

 

Friedrich Max Muller testified

Source: Max Muller, Friedrich, INDIA what can it teach us? Longmans, Green and Co., London, 1883, 
reprinted by Penguin Books India 2000, p.59, p.67

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…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....

So,

Look at the results
in the following pages

 


 

Sir Thomas Munro testified

(a Knight of the erstwhile British Empire; the eminent Governor of Madras)

Source: Mill’s History, vol. i. p371, reproduced by Max Muller, p.57, p.231

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 Hindoos 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.

in other words,

A great civilization, indeed!
Any doubt?
Let us see more of it!

 

And, this is how Christian-British launched their offensive against Hindoo society

 

Lord Macaulay Said 1

1st Baron of the erstwhile British Empire who established Christian Missionary driven education system
by systematically destroying ancient Hindoo education system; 
established Christian British style Judiciary system driven by lawyer's ability to turn untruth into truth and vice-versa and 
eliminated ancient Hindoo system of Justice which numerous external visitors had praised through millenniums 
(see Arise Arjun'—Awaken my Hindoo Nation 2003) 

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, Indians in blood and color, but English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect

Source: A Hindoo View of the World, N S Rajaram, p.181

and,

This is how Hindoo civilization was thoroughly corrupted

 


 

Lord Macaulay Said 2


Macaulay proudly wrote to 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

quoted by Michel Danino, reproduced in IndiaCause Newsletter, 17 Aug 2003

plus,

This is how Hindoos were turned substantially anti-Hindoo

 

Many gods vs. One God

Why Hindoos believe in many gods?

Why Hindoos believe in God with form?

What is the result of such belief?

Christians do not believe in many gods; what is the result of such belief?

Are all religions truly equal?

How I treated other religions until I faced the reality?

 

This is where the whole game begins


Polytheists vs. Monotheists
Hindoos vs. Christians
Hindoos vs. Muslims

and,

Many self-styled Hindoo preachers have built castles with sand, leading their Hindoo followers to a make-believe world, far from this crude reality!

 


1st Lesson before you proceed

Paramahansa Yogananda’s Autobiography of a Yogi, which received worldwide acclaim

Paramahansa Yogananda equated Hindoo teachings with teachings of Jesus

Quote Paramahansa Yogananda from his notes on page 85: Hindoo scriptures teach that family attachment is delusive if it prevents the devotee from seeking the Giver of all boons, including one of loving relatives, not to mention life itself. Jesus similarly taught: “He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me.” - Matthew 10:37. (Bible). Unquote.

Did Paramahansa Yogananda tell the whole truth to his readers and followers?

Bible, Matthew 10:34 “Think not I am come to send peace on earth: I come 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; and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.” Holy Bible, p757

Let us expand on what Hindooism teaches us

Let us now expand on what Jesus taught

Why did Paramahansa Yogananda deliberately suppress major part of the statement made by Jesus as documented in Bible?

Don’t think it was an unintended mistake; Paramahansa Yogananda knew Bible rather too well to make such a clever mistake

Therefore, you must be mentally prepared to look at things afresh disregarding your preconceived notions

Note added to 3rd edition: At his Self-Realization Fellowship Sunday gatherings at Toronto, I saw Shri Krishn and Jesus placed side by side at the altar. In today’s world these things create pretty good impression. Today, we live in a world of ‘Brand’ images. This is how different spiritual gurus promote their own-brand-religion! Today even religion is for marketing. As you will proceed through this work, you will see that this comes from the influence of Christianity. You tend to become the kind of company you keep, and the kind of influence you allow on yourself.

2nd Lesson before you proceed

You may find a particular kind of repetition in my works

This is how our minds are preprogrammed on a regular basis through exposure to mass media and prevailing education system

This is why we need the repetition of alternate thought process to counteract the age-long repetition caused by education system and mass media

You need to also appreciate that the reading habits of people are not same

Curtain Raiser

There was a Great Civilization though, today, it may sound like a fairy tale because Christian missionary education system prevalent in our country did not tell us about this

“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 Hindoos 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.” Sir Thomas Munro, the eminent Governor of Madras

A Civilization that had lasted 5,000 years, was destroyed within 112 years (1835-1947)

So, this is where we were, only 170 years ago, not so long ago

“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 Hindoos 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.” Sir Thomas Munro

And, this is where we have reached, thanks to T.B. Macaulay

He convinced the British Parliament of his ignorant views on Hindoo system

false history, false astronomy, false medicine, false religion[31] and absurd history, absurd metaphysics, absurd physics, absurd theology[36]

He convinced the British Parliament that he would do the following

I would abolish the Mudrassa and the Sanscrit College at Calcutta...The funds which would thus be placed at our disposal would enable us to give larger encouragement to the Hindoo College at Calcutta, and establish in the principal cities throughout the Presidencies of Fort William and Agra schools in which the English language might be well and thoroughly taught.[35]

He defined the British objective to the Parliament

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 tastes, in opinions, in morals and in intellect.[34]

As a result thereof, this is what happened between 1835 and 1947 (112 yrs.)

Was Britain essentially ChristianBritain?

Was Macaulay’s Education System essentially a Christian Education System?

What was the prime cause of our extraordinary downfall?

What is the solution, if there is any?

Understand the true motive behind Macaulay’s Education System

Macaulay 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.” Michel Danino, quoted by IndiaCause Newsletter dated August 17, 2003

“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, Indians (Indians) in blood and color, but English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect

Understand the effect of English language education on Hindoo psyche

“A single generation of English (note added: Christian) education suffices to break the threads of tradition and create a non-descript and superficial being deprived of all roots – a sort of intellectual pariah who does not belong to the East or the West, the past or the future. Of all Indian problems the educational is the most difficult and most tragic.” Dr. Ananda Coomaraswamy, quoted by Rajaram, p188

Look at statistics denoting the vast coverage of Christian Missionary Education in India

“It is estimated that 60 percent of all students in India attend Roman Catholic schools and colleges.” [Ref.: Malachi Martin, The Jesuits] The real figure is much higher as this book was published over 15 years ago in 1987. They do not include non-Catholic educational institutions, which have proliferated in recent years with rapid spread of evangelical Protestant churches in India.” Ishwar Sharan, p123n

You must not refer to these three in isolation; referring to them in isolation dilutes your focus on the root cause

Introduce yourself to the children of Macaulay who come in different varieties

Understand that Macaulay is no more your problem; your current problem is his legacy, the Christian Missionary Education System that envelopes you from all directions, and being missionary, it has a mission; that is to Christianize your psyche

Why it is today so very necessary to understand the true face of Christianity, which happens to be very-very different from the masked one that you get to see generally

Let us familiarize ourselves with the Seed, the spread of Roots, the budding Plant, the grown-up Tree, and the attractive Garden of Christianity in its various phases of growth

Source — Page 49 to 70 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Ch.1 - The Seed, the Roots

Why is it so important to understand Bible? Why other sources are not dependable?

Old Testament

“The first part of the Christian Bible, comprising thirty-nine books and corresponding approximately to the Hebrew Bible. Most of the books were written in Hebrew, some in Aramaic, between about 1200 and 100 BC. They comprise the chief text of the law, history, prophecy, and wisdom literature of the ancient people of Israel.” Oxford Dictionary, p1291

New Testament

“The second part of the Christian Bible, written originally in Greek, and recording the life and teachings of Christ and his earliest followers. It includes the four Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, twenty-one Epistles by St. Paul and others, and the book of Revelation.” Oxford Dictionary, p1249

Exodus

“The second book of the Bible, which recounts the departure of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt, their journey across the Red Sea and through the wilderness led by Moses, and the giving of the Ten Commandments. The events have been variously dated by scholars between about 1580 and 1200 BC.” Oxford Dictionary, p645

Numbers

“The fourth book of the Bible, relating the experiences of the Israelites in the wilderness after Moses led them out of Egypt the title in Hebrew means ‘in the wilderness.” Oxford Dictionary, p1272

Deuteronomy

“The fifth book of the Bible, containing a recapitulation of the Ten Commandments and much of the Mosaic Law.” Oxford Dictionary, p504

Isaiah

“A book of Bible containing his prophecies - a major Hebrew prophet of Judah in the 8th century BC, who taught the supremacy of the God of Israel and emphasized the moral demands on worshipers.” Oxford Dictionary, p966

Laws of Bible that directly affect all other religions on this earth. These Laws are given to Christians by Christian God. Kill those who serve any god other than Christian God. Destroy the images of their gods. Obliterate names of their gods from that place. Continue to follow these laws as long as you live on this earth!

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 12:1 “These are the statutes and judgments, which ye shall observe to do in the land, which the LORD God of thy fathers giveth thee to possess it, all the days ye live on the earth.” Holy Bible, p168

Statute = (in biblical use) a law or decree made by a sovereign, or by God. Oxford Dictionary, p1818

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 12:2 “Ye shall utterly destroy all the places wherein the nations, which ye possess served their Gods, upon the high mountains, and upon the hills, and every green tree:” Holy Bible, p168

Christian Bible, Exodus 23:24 “Thou shall not bow down to their gods, nor serve them, nor do after their works: but thou
shalt utterly overthrow them, and quite break down their images.” Holy Bible, p68

Christian Bible, Exodus 34:13 “But ye shall destroy their altars, break their images, and cut down their groves.” Holy Bible, p79

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 12:3 “And ye shall overthrow their altars, and break their pillars, and burn their groves with fire; and ye shall hue down the graven images of their gods, and destroy the names of them out of that place.” Holy Bible, p168

Graven image = a carved idol or representation of a god used as an object of worship. Oxford Dictionary, p801

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 7:5 “But thus shall ye deal with them; ye shall destroy their altars, and break down their images, and cut down their groves, and burn their graven images with fire.” Holy Bible, p163

Christian God tells Christians as to how they are required to treat those men, women and children who follow other religions (a) they should kill children in front of their parents (b) they should rape their wives (c) they should kill every male child (d) they should kill every woman who has experienced sex with a man (e) save every virgin for themselves (probably to produce more monsters like themselves); find this all unbelievable? Check the Holy Bible for yourself, here are the references and the verbatim quotes with dictionary meanings

Christian Bible, Isaiah 13:16 “Their children also shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled, and their wives ravished (raped).” Holy Bible, p557

Dash = strike or fling something somewhere with great force, especially so as to have a destructive effect;
Ravish = force a woman to have sexual intercourse against her will; Oxford Dictionary, p468, p1541

Christian Bible, Numbers 31:17 “Now therefore kill every male among little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. 31:18 But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves.” Holy Bible, p149

Every male among little ones = baby boys, male children.
Woman that hath known man by lying with him = married women, or women who have had slept with men.
Women children that have not known a man by lying with him = those who have not slept with men, virgins, those who have had no sex with men.

Following those instructions from the Christian God, this is how Christians actually treated those men, women and children who followed Hindoo religion. Paul Williams Roberts tells us that children were slowly cut into pieces in front of their parents. Eyelids of parents were sliced off so that they could not close their eyes and were forced to watch their children being cut into pieces. Parents’ hands and feet were cut out so carefully that they did not faint away. Male genitals were removed and burnt in front of their wives. Wives’ breasts were cut off and vaginas were penetrated with sword while husbands were forced to watch. This went on in Goa for two hundred years. It was not an odd incidence, which happened just once. But Christian missionary education system in India told our children that Christianity has been a religion of peace, love and service to humanity. Have you met bigger liars in your life? You have heard of Raakshas in Hindoo stories; now do you understand who they were? Can you have better example than Christians? But of course, Christian edited Oxford Dictionary defines Christians as decent, kind and fair. Do you find any such qualities in Christian teachings or Christian acts? Aren’t they pretty good at turning the truth as untruth, and untruth as truth?

“Children were flogged and slowly dismembered in front of their parents, whose (parents’) eyelids had been sliced off (so they couldn’t close their eyes) to make sure they missed nothing. Extremities (the hands and feet) wire amputated carefully, so that a person could remain conscious even when all that remained was a torso (the trunk of the human body) and head. Male genitals were removed and burned in front of wives, breasts hacked off and vaginas penetrated by swords while husbands were forced to watch.” “So notorious was the Inquisition in Portuguese (Christian!) India that word of its horrors even reached home. The Archbishop of Evora, in Portugal, eventually wrote, “If everywhere the Inquisition was an infamous court, the infamy, however base, however vile, however corrupt and determined by worldly interests, it was never more so than in Goa.” And it went on for two hundred years.” Paul Williams Roberts, quoted by Rajeev Srinivasan, pp4-5

Bible tells very clearly that Christian God is a Jealous God; can someone so jealous tolerate any other god? Christian God is revengeful, and he has his enemies!

Christian Bible, Exodus 20:3 “Thou shalt have no other Gods before me. 20:5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God” Holy Bible, p65

Christian Bible, Exodus 34:14 “For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God:” Holy Bible, p79

Christian Bible, Nahum 1:2 “God is jealous, and the LORD revengeth; the LORD revengeth, and is furious; the LORD will take vengeance on his adversaries, and he reserveth wrath for his enemies.” Holy Bible, p729

Bible instructs Christians that those who try to convert you into another religion, kill them with your own hands, be they your own brother, your son, your daughter, your loving wife, or your friend

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 13:6 “If thy brother, the son of thy mother, or thy son, or thy daughter, or thy wife of thy bosom, or thy friend, which is as thine own soul, entice thee secretly, saying, Let us go and serve other Gods, which thou hast not known, nor thy fathers; 13:8 Thou shalt not consent unto him, nor hearken unto him; neither shall thine eye pity him, neither shalt thou spare, neither shalt thou conceal him: 13:9 But thou shalt surely kill him; thine hand shalt be first upon him to put him to death, and afterwards the hands of all people. 13:10 And thou shalt stone him with stones, that he die; because he hath sought to thrust thee away from the LORD thy God” Holy Bible, p169

Bible instructs Christians that those who worship idols should be put to death

Deuteronomy 13 has been titled as “Idolaters to be put to death”. This indicates, all that has been said under section “13” apply to idolaters. In Christianity, a Hindoo is an idolater because he  or she worships idols. Let us see what law has been pronounced for idolater Hindoos under Deuteronomy 13.

Bible instructs Christians to Kill every one, leave no one breathing; starve, burn, destroy, kill young men, virgins, babies sucking their mothers’ milk, and old men nearing their death; if you don’t believe me, please feel free to check Holy Bible for yourself, I am giving you here the references and verbatim quotes from Bible

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 20:16 “But of the cities of these people, which the LORD thy God doth give thee for an inheritance, thou shalt save alive nothing that breatheth: 20:17 But thou shalt utterly destroy them.” Holy Bible, p175

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 32:24 “They shall be burnt with hunger, and devoured with burning heat, and with bitter destruction: I will also send the teeth of beasts upon them, with the poison of serpents of the dust. 32:25 The sword without, and terror within, shall destroy both young man and the virgin, the suckling also with the man of gray hairs.” Holy Bible, p187

Now, compare these teachings of Christian Bible with comparable teachings of Hindoo Manu Smriti, and experience the difference for yourself. Manu Smriti instructs the king not to use concealed weapons, barbed weapons, poisoned weapons, or weapons with blazing fire. It has to be man to man fight, battle of bravery and strength. And history is witness that this is what Hindoos followed. I am not talking about fake history that was rewritten by JNU (Jawaharlal Nehru University) and AMU (Aligarh Muslim University) CommunistMarxist historians and introduced in schools of India during Nehru dynasty

Manu: “The archetypal first man of Hindoo mythology, survivor of the great flood and father of the human race. He is also the legendary author of one of the most famous codes of the Hindoo law, the ManuSmriti [Laws of Manu], composed in Sanskrit.” Oxford Dictionary, p1127

Archetypal: “very typical of a certain kind of a person or thing.” Oxford Dictionary, p86

Hindoo Manu Smriti 7:90 “When a King fights with his foe in battle, he should not strike with weapons which are concealed, barbed, poisoned, or the points of which are blazing with fire” quoted by Prof. GC Asnani, p25

Hindoo Manu Smriti also instructs a king not to strike an enemy who is running away for life, one whom fear has engulfed, one who seeks pardon, one who surrenders, an eunuch, one who is in sleep, one who has lost his armor, one who is naked, one who is disarmed, one who is not taking part in the fight, one who is fighting with another person, one whose weapons are broken, one who is in sorrow, one who is very badly wounded, one who is terrified. Manu Smriti instructs Hindoo king to fight the battle of an honorable warrior, not of a savage one. For Hindoos, each day’s battle ended with sunset, and the next day’s battle began with the sunrise. Muslims and Christians did not fight a battle of honorable warrior

Hindoo Manu Smriti 7:91 “Let the King not strike one who in flight and fear has climbed around, not a eunuch, nor one who joins the palms of his hands in supplication, nor one who flees with flying hair, nor one who sits down, nor one who says, “I am thine.” 7:92 Nor one who sleeps, nor one who has lost his coat of mail (armour), nor one who is naked, nor one who is disarmed, nor one who looks on without taking part in the fight, nor one who is fighting with another foe; 7:93 Nor one whose weapons are broken, who is afflicted with sorrow, who has been grievously wounded, who is terrified, nor one who is running away; he should remember the rule of conduct of an honorable warrior” quoted by Prof. GC Asnani, p25.

Coat of mail = a jacket covered with or composed of metal rings or plates, serving as armour, Oxford Dictionary, p351

Present day Hindoos raised by Christianized education system are thoroughly ignorant of nobler Hindoo thought process, and they argue in favor of Christian ways. They need to ask themselves an honest question: had this world been a better place to live if Muslims and Christians fought by the code of conduct as instituted by Manu?

Do yourself a favor and ask yourself a question, why did Christian missionaries malign Hindoo Manu Smriti so much? Was it out of a deep-rooted sense of insecurity that, if the two were to be compared on same footing, the Christian Bible would look like a creation of savage people of stone age, who never graduated from their animal instincts?

Now, let us see what Hindoo thinkers said, as opposed to Christian Holy Bible?

“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.” F. Max Muller, German Indologist and Professor at Oxford University, UK, p59

Hindoo BhagavadGeeta said, God is equal to all, He has no favorites

Hindoo BhagavadGeeta 4.11 & 9.29 “Whoever, by whatsoever path approaches me, I accept him for his salvation. All creatures great and small – I am equal to all; I hate none, nor have I any favorites. Those who worship other Gods with devotion, worship me” reproduced NS Rajaram, p27  

Hindoo Veds said, all paths lead to same God; this teaches us to respect other peoples’ gods

Hindoo RigVed' I.164.46 “Cosmic reality is one, but the wise perceive it in many ways: As Indr, Mitr, Varun, Agni, mighty Garutmat, Yam, and Matarisvan – the giver of breath” reproduced Dr. NS Rajaram, p22

Hindoo Shivmahimna Stotr 3 (attributed to Gandharv' Pushpdant') “As numberless rivers following different paths – straight or zigzag – merge in the same ocean, so too the aspirants of various tastes and capacities reach thee through effort” reproduced NS Rajaram, p27 

Hindoo Veds said, let us not close our minds, let knowledge come to us from every source and inspire our intellect

Hindoo RigVed I.89.1 “Let felicitous thoughts come to us from every source” reproduced Dr. NS Rajaram, p26

Hindoo RigVed III.62.10 “Gaayatri Mantr: I pay homage to the supreme grandeur of the divine light, that it may inspire our intellect” reproduced Dr. NS Rajaram, p24

Felicitous = (core sense) well chosen or suited to the circumstances; (subsense) pleasing and fortunate. Oxford Dictionary, p 673

Hindoo Upanishads said, may God protect all, nourish all! May we be united and do well for humanity! May we never hate one another! May there be Peace Everywhere! May all be happy, healthy, no one suffer!

Hindoo Taittriya Upanishad, BrahmaValli & BhriguValli, Shaanti Mantr “May the Lord protect us together! May He nourish us together! May we work together uniting our strength for the good of humanity! May our learning be luminous and purposeful! May we never hate one another! May there be peace, peace, and perfect peace” reproduced Ravi Shankar, Chants of India

Hindoo Taittriya Aranyak, 4th Prashn, Pravargya Mantrs, 42nd Anuvaak “May there be peace on earth, peace in the ether, peace in the heaven, peace in all directions, peace in fire, peace in the air, peace in the sun, peace in the moon, peace in the constellations, peace in the waters, peace in the plants and herbs, peace in trees, peace towards cattle, peace towards goats, peace towards horses, peace towards mankind, peace in the absolute Brahm, peace in those who have attained Brahm, may there be peace, only peace. May that peace be in me, peace alone! Through that peace may I confirm peace in myself, and all bipeds, and quadrupeds! May there be peace in me, peace alone” reproduced Ravi Shankar, Chants of India

This is the central portion of the famous Maha Shaanti Mantr, the great prayer for peace. As well as the final Anuvaak of the Pravargya Mantrs, it is also the Shaanti mantr of the 5th Prashn of Taittriya Aranyak, which is the Brahmana for Pravargya.

Anuvaak = Subdivision of Ved, section, chapter. Vaman Shivram Apte, p23
Anuvaak = A chapter of the Ved, a subdivision or section. M. Monier-Williams, p38
Brahmana = Each of the four Veds has two distinct parts, Mantr and Brahmana; Mantr (words of prayer and adoration), Brahmana (directions for the details of the ceremonies at which the Mantrs were to be used and explanations…). M. Monier-Williams, p1015  
Pravargya = A ceremony preliminary to the Som sacrifice. Vaman Shivram Apte, p368

Sarve Shaam

Hindoo Sarve Shaam (the traditional prayer) “May good befall all! May there be peace for all! May all be fit for perfection, and may all experience that which is auspicious. May all be happy! May all be healthy! May all experience what is good and let no one suffer” reproduced Ravi Shankar, Chants of India

Hindoo Upanishads said, respect your mother, father, guru, and guest; follow only their faultless deeds, not their faulty deeds

Hindoo Taittriya Upanishad, ShikshaaValli, 10th Anuvaak “Do not neglect your duties to the gods and your ancestors. May your mother be like a god unto you! May your father be like a god unto you!  May your Guru be like a god unto you! May your guest be like a god unto you! Wherever you have observed faultless deeds performed, you should follow those alone, and no others. When you have seen us, your teachers, perform good actions follow those alone” reproduced Ravi Shankar, Chants of India
Commonly known as ShishyaAnushaasanam, this section contains the final Mantr-s of instruction given by the guru to his students as they prepare to leave the Aashram and enter the life of a householder.

Hindoo Upanishads and Veds said, lead me from this transitory world to God; release me from the cycle of birth & death

Hindoo BrihadAranyak Upanishad, 1st Adhyaay, 3rd Brahmana, 28th Mantr “O Lord! Please lead me from the unreal to the real. Lead me from darkness to light. Lead me from death to immortality. May there be peace, peace, and perfect peace” reproduced Ravi Shankar, Chants of India

What is Real and Unreal?

What is Immortality?

“We worship Lord Shiv the three-eyed one, the one who is the master of all senses and qualities, and the one who is the sustainer of all growth. May he release us from the bondage of death as a ripened cucumber is released from its stalk, and may he (not deprive us of immortality) grant us immortality” reproduced Ravi Shankar, Chants of India

Now, let us come to the teachings of Jesus about which you could be carrying a totally different impression depending on what you may have read or what you may have been told, but believe me there is no better place to look for them than the Christian Bible itself, and then you should look for the reflection of those teachings in the real life conducts of Christian Popes, Saints, Cardinals, Archbishops, Priests

Apostle “Each of the twelve chief disciples of Jesus Christ. The twelve apostles were Peter, Andrew, James, John, Phillip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, James (the Less), Judas (or Thaddaeus), Simon, and Judas Iscariot. After the suicide of Judas Iscariot his place was taken by Matthias.” Oxford Dictionary, p 77

St. Luke “An evangelist, closely associated with St. Paul and traditionally the author of the third Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles, Feast day, 18 October.” Oxford Dictionary, p 1099

Jesus made it very clear that you are his friend or enemy, no in-between

Christian Bible, Matthew 12:30 “He that is not with me is against me.” Holy Bible, p759

Jesus threatened of eternal damnation to all those who did not agree with him

“Jesus was the first religious teacher in history to threaten those who did not agree with him with eternal damnation. This is the only original idea that he contributed to the world’s vast body of religious thought, and in two millennia it has destroyed nations and whole civilizations and caused Thomas Jefferson to declare, ‘The Christian God is cruel, vindictive, capricious and unjust’.” Ishwar Sharan, p120
Damnation = condemnation to eternal punishment in hell.
Eternal = lasting or existing forever; without end or beginning.
Capricious = given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior.
Unjust = not based on or behaving according to what is normally right and fair.
Vindictive = having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge.
Oxford Dictionary, p463, p631, p271, p2024, p2062

Jesus wanted War NOT Peace, he said it without any ambiguity, but Christians don’t tell you that, so check their Holy Bible, here is the reference and verbatim quote

 Christian Bible, Matthew 10:34 “Think not I am come to send peace on earth: I come not to send peace, but a sword.” Holy Bible, p757

Jesus wanted Division NOT Peace, he said so without any ambiguity, but Christians don’t tell you that, so check their Holy Bible, here is the reference and verbatim quote. Also think, from where did Christians learn the Divide and Rule Policy!  

Christian Bible, Luke 12:51 “Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division:” Holy Bible, p815

Jesus wanted Fire, Sword, War NOT Peace, he wanted each house Divided, Father against Son and Son against Father; he said so without any ambiguity, here is the reference and verbatim quote. Also think, why do we have now broken families every where around?

Gospel of Thomas “The second century Coptic text of this Gnostic gospel, probably written in Syria, was discovered in Egypt in 1946. It contains the secret sayings of Jesus as recorded by St. Thomas.” Ishwar Sharan, p 76 notes

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” quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p76n

“New Delhi: Guns, knives, and hockey sticks - the list of new additions to school bags is endless. If one were to go by the findings of a recent survey, which brings out the startling fact that more and more of school going children are carrying weapons with them, reports PTI. ... According to Dr. Ravi Prakash Gupta, pediatrician and project coordinator, Sahyog, 61 out of 850 students surveyed admitted carrying weapons like gun, knife, stick or hockey stick to educational institutions and as many as 80 adolescents said they were threatened or injured by someone with a weapon in the past 12 months.” The Free Press Journal, 1 April 2004, front page bottom.

Ask yourself, why do we search for Peace today so badly? Why, in earlier days, humanity did not crave for peace so much? What went wrong with the advent of Christianity and Islam?

Jesus wanted Enmity amongst family members, he said so without any ambiguity; he wanted man’s own family as his enemy, he wanted son against father, he wanted daughter against mother, he wanted daughter in law against mother in law. Do Christian missionaries tell you that? No, they don’t. So check their Holy Bible, here is the reference and verbatim quote. Also, think why do we have so many disturbances within each family itself !

Christian Bible, Matthew 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.” Holy Bible, p757

Jesus wanted the institution of family destroyed threadbare, he wanted every house divided, he wanted father against son, he wanted son against father, he wanted mother against daughter, he wanted daughter against mother, he wanted mother in law against daughter in law, he wanted daughter in law against mother in law. He said so in simple language, so don’t find excuses with interpretation! He said so without any ambiguity, so don’t try to find another clever interpretation. He used simple English a child would understand, so don’t play with words. It is crystal clear but Christians don’t tell you that, so check their Holy Bible, here is the reference and verbatim quote. You must realize one fundamental truth: if you are going to respect evil, you will turn evil yourself in a matter of time. And that is precisely what has happened. Remember that evil gradually destroys good, if good does not try to protect itself 

Christian Bible, Luke 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.” Holy Bible, p815

Jesus makes it pretty clear that you must learn to hate your father, mother, brothers, and sisters if you want to be his disciple. He does not mince words. He does not say things indirectly. He says it straight and simple

Gospel of Thomas 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.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76

Now see the effect of teachings of Jesus on present day Hindoo society

Jesus said let rich and powerful become richer and more powerful; let poor and weak become poorer and weaker

Gospel of Thomas 42 “Jesus said: He who has (something) in his hand, to him it will be given; and he who has nothing, from him even the little he has will be taken away.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76

Jesus wanted to turn a Woman into a man because only then she could go to heaven

Gospel of Thomas 112 “Simon Peter said to them: Let Mariham go away from us. For women are not worthy of life. Jesus said: Lo, I will draw her so that I will make her a man so that she too may become a living spirit, which is like you men; for every woman who makes herself a man will enter into the kingdom of heaven.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76

Who was Saint Thomas?

“An Apostle; known as Doubting Thomas. He earned his nickname by saying that he would not believe that Christ had risen again until he had seen and touched his wounds (John 20:24-9).” Oxford Dictionary, p1928

Do you find it pretty difficult to believe all this stuff? I wouldn’t have believed all this a year ago because then I hadn’t checked the Bible myself. You can check Bible for yourself because I have given in this book all references with each quote from Jesus

Ch.2 - The budding Plant

Source — Page 71 to 130 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Christianity began with the motive of Imperialism, much later it covered its face with the mask of service-to-humanity-brand religion

“Christianity, and especially Roman Christianity, has very little to do with religious faith. It is, and has always, been a system of imperialist politics and financial racketeering practiced under the guise of religion.” Ishwar Sharan, pp. 121-122

Imperialism “A policy of extending a country’s power and influence through colonization, use of military force, or other means.” Oxford Dictionary, p916

Colonize “(of a country or its citizens) send a group of settlers to (a place) and establish political control over it.” “Come to settle among and establish political control over (the indigenous people of an area).” “Appropriate (a place or domain) for one’s own use.” Oxford Dictionary, p361

Politics “The activities associated with the governance of a country or area, especially the debate or conflict between individuals or parties having or hoping to achieve power.” “Activities within an organization which are aimed at improving someone’s status or position and are typically considered to be devious or divisive.” Oxford Dictionary, p361

Introduce yourself to the 1st Supreme Spiritual Leader of Christianity, 1st Pope Pontifex Maximus Constantine, who killed his son, his wife, son of his sister, and a number of his friends; this was the quickest way for him to attain Christian God; incidentally, what would you expect his followers to be like? Don’t you expect them to follow his footsteps?

“Constantine, natural son of a rural tavern-girl ... and a Roman officer, waded through rivers of blood to the throne, and he was driven from Rome to Constantinople by the scorn of the Romans because he put to death, first his excellent ... son, and then the son of his sister, a boy of promising character, then his wife and a number of friends.’ This summary statement of a terrible crime, which Eutropius makes, ... is confirmed by St. Jerome ... and now not disputed.” Joseph McCabe, The Testament of Christian Civilization, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p45 n
“Emperor Constantine ... patronized the new cult for political reasons and became its savior when he called the Council of Nicca in 325.C+ ., where Christianity was officially recognized in the Empire. He retained the title and position of Pontifex Maximus during his lifetime and can be called Christianity’s first pope, as the bishop of Rome, whom he elevated, would assume this office after him.” Ishwar Sharan, p45n

Learn for yourself those teachings of Jesus and Moses, which shaped the killer character of the 1st Pope, and you can verify them if you have a Holy Bible

Christian Bible, Matthew 12:30 “He that is not with me is against me.” Holy Bible, p759

Christian Bible, Matthew 10:34 “Think not I am come to send peace on earth: I come not to send peace, but a sword.” Holy Bible, p757

Christian Bible, Luke 12:51 “Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you Nay; but rather division:” Holy Bible, p815

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.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76

Christian Bible, Matthew 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.” Holy Bible, p757

Christian Bible, Luke 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 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.” Holy Bible, p815

Christian Bible, Luke 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.” Holy Bible, p817

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 13:6 “If thy brother, the son of thy mother, or thy son, or thy daughter, or thy wife of thy bosom, or thy friend, which is as thine own soul, entice thee secretly, saying, Let us go and serve other Gods, which thou hast not known, nor thy fathers; 13:8 Thou shalt not consent unto him, nor hearken unto him; neither shall thine eye pity him, neither shalt thou spare, neither shalt thou conceal him: 13:9 But thou shalt surely kill him thine hand shalt be first upon him to put him to death, and afterwards the hands of all people. 13:10 And thou shalt stone him with stones, that he die; because he hath sought to thrust thee away from the LORD thy God” Holy Bible, p169

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 20:16 “But of the cities of these people, which the LORD thy God cloth give thee for an inheritance, thou shalt save alive nothing that breatheth: 20:17 But thou shalt utterly destroy them.” Holy Bible, p175

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 32:24 They shall be burnt with hunger, and devoured with burning heat, and with bitter destruction: I will also send the teeth of beasts upon them, with the poison of serpents of the dust. 32:25 The sword without, and terror within, shall destroy both young man and the virgin, the suckling also with the man of gray hairs.” Holy Bible, p187

Wouldn’t you expect that the exemplary character of the first supreme spiritual leader of Christianity would naturally percolate down to the followers of Christianity?

So it would now be clear to you that Christianity did not start as a spiritual religion but as a political movement, having later acquired the mask of religion to protect itself from rejection

Well, here is yet another Supreme Spiritual Leader of Christianity, Pope Alexander VI, who had sex with his daughter, poisoned his cardinals to get their wealth, bought and sold church privileges, and organized in his palace, wild parties with excessive drinking and indiscriminate sexual activities; he was the great spiritual head of Christianity who showed his followers the way to Christian God; have you thought, what would be his followers like? Won’t they be like him?   

“This Vicar of Christ was known as Alexander the Scabrous and ruled from 1492 to 1503. Joseph McCabe in A Testament of Christian Civilization writes, “He brought into Italy [from Spain] an unscrupulous brood of relatives, the Borgias, who spread graft and depravity on all sides and opened the vilest page in history of higher authorities of any known religion.” Joseph McCabe, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p 79 notes

Vicar of Christ = Vicar of Christ, in a Roman Catholic Church, is a title of the Pope. Oxford Dictionary, p 2058

“He played vicious power politics, practiced simony, held famous public orgies in the Apostolic Palace, committed incest with his daughter, went whoring with his son, poisoned his cardinals to get their wealth, and himself died of poisoning. The legend on his triumphal arch read ‘Chastity and Charity’.” Ishwar Sharan, p 79 notes

Apostolic = Of or relating to the Pope, especially when he is regarded as the successor to St. Peter. Oxford Dictionary, p 78
Cardinal = A leading dignitary of the Roman Catholic Church. Cardinals are nominated by the Pope, and from the Sacred College, which elects succeeding popes (now invariably from among their own member). Oxford Dictionary, p 275
Ecclesiastical = Of or relating to the Christian Church or its clergy. Oxford Dictionary, p 585
Incest = The crime of having sexual intercourse with a parent, child, sibling, or grandchild. Oxford Dictionary, p 922
Orgies = A wild party, especially one involving excessive drinking and indiscriminate sexual activity OR secret rites used in the worship of Bacchus, Dionysus, and other Greek and Roman deities, celebrated with dancing, drunkenness, and singing. Oxford Dictionary, p 1308
Simony = The buying or selling of ecclesiastical privileges, for example pardons or benefices. Oxford Dictionary, p 1736

Now you have the same great spiritual character, Christian Pope Alexander VI, who officially proclaimed dominion over the whole World by a papal edict of 1493, and Columbus, Vasco da Gama sailed in search of sea route to the land of extraordinary riches, India

“In a famous bull of 1493 Pope Alexander VI, to settle rivalry between Spain and Portugal, the two colonial powers of those days, drew a line down the map of the Atlantic ocean south of the Azores Islands to form a boundary between their respective spheres of influence. All lands not already under Christian rule ‘discovered or yet to be discovered’ to the west of the line, he assigned to Spain, those to the east, to Portugal. Along with this fantastic enactment went a command to Spanish and Portuguese kings ‘to send to the said lands and islands good men who fear God and are learned, skilled and expert, to instruct the inhabitants in the Catholic faith and good morals’. Moreover, other foreigners were forbidden to enter those lands without license from these kings. Whatever may be thought nowadays of such orders, the Spaniards and Portuguese were prepared to act on them; and not only in claiming and exercising, as far as they were able, rights of dominion and trade; they were seriously prepared to propagate Christianity.” C B Firth, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, pp 79-80

Bull = A papal edict. Oxford Dictionary, p 239
Edict = An official order or proclamation issued by a person in authority. Oxford Dictionary, p 588

Finally, it were the ChristianBritish who made their greatest contribution to the humanity by turning the known richest nation in the world into one of the poorest, in a matter of 112 years; here is an interesting symbolic analogy to the ways in which they operated

The old British lady in Toronto had told me that there was a time when ‘Dogs and British were not allowed’ in Canadian homes; I wish I had asked, why they did so?

Coolie = offensive a person from the Indian subcontinent; a person of Indian descent; origin probably associated with Urdu Kuli ‘slave’. Oxford Dictionary, p 404

Here comes the time for Christian American imperialism, now that the Christian British Sun has set, hopefully forever

Let us return to Vasco da Gama, who came with blessings of Pope Alexander VI to instruct Hindoos in the Catholic faith and to teach Hindoos good morals; but Vasco da Gama’s own conduct reflected total absence of any moral whatsoever; he was a worthy follower of the Pope to whom you have already been introduced

“Vasco da Gama arrived at Calicut in 1498 with the help of an Arab pilot. He was clever navigator and one of history’s most brutal men.” Ishwar Sharan, p 64
“Vasco da Gama had bombarded Calicut when the Zamorin ruler of that place refused to be dictated by him. He had plundered the ships bringing rice to the city and cut off the ears, noses and hands of the crews. The Zamorin had sent to him a Brahmin envoy after securing Portuguese safe-conduct. Vasco da Gama had cut off the nose, ears and hands of the Braahman and strung them around his neck together with a palm-leaf on which a message was conveyed to the Indian king that he could cook and eat a curry made from his envoy’s limbs.” Sita Ram Goel, Papacy: Its Doctrine and History, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p 64

Saint = (core sense) a person acknowledged as holy or virtuous and typically regarded as being in heaven after death. Oxford Dictionary, p1637

Francis Xavier = 1506-52 Spanish Catholic missionary; known as the Apostle of the Indies. One of the original seven Jesuits, from 1540 he travelled to Southern India, Shri Lanka, Malacca, the Moluccas, and Japan, making thousands of converts. Feast day, 3 December. Oxford Dictionary, p 2135

“Xavier did this after the Hindoo raja of Quilon had given him a large grant to build churches.” Sita Ram Goel, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p 80

Now, let us come to understand why St. Xavier wrote to the Society of Jesus about his immense hatred towards Hindoo Braahmans, and let us also understand what gave rise to the historical conspiracy of launching massive anti-Braahman propaganda, of which full benefit was taken by the later day Christian Missionary schools all over India to inject venom against Hindoo Braahmans into unsuspecting minds of Hindoo children, an activity which was continued with whole hearted enthusiasm by Christian educated Hindoos, and later day Communist Marxist thinkers who were products of Nehru dynasty

“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.’ If it were not for the Braahmans, we should have all the heathens embracing our faith.” Sita Ram Goel, St. Francis Xavier, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p 80

Heathen = Chiefly derogatory a person who does not belong to a widely held religion (especially one who is not a Christian, Jew, or Muslim) as regarded by those who do. A follower of a polytheistic religion: a pagan. Heathen people collectively, especially in biblical use) those who did not worship the God of Israel. An unenlightened person; a person regarded as lacking culture or moral principles. Oxford Dictionary, p 848

Now, familiarize yourself with different categories of Christian Swamis and learn about their Aasuric character, which should tell you what makes Christianity an Aasuric religion

“They [Christian Portuguese] came with canon and a papal mandate to instruct the inhabitants of the land in the Catholic faith … their arrival and that of the first Jesuit missionary Francis Xavier in 1542 turned Christianity in India into a violent and destructive political force that continues to operate in the country till today.” Ishwar Sharan, p 65

Who are Jesuits? "A member of the Society of Jesus, a Roman Catholic order of priests founded by St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Francis Xavier, and others in 1534, to do missionary work. The order was zealous in opposing reformation. Despite periodic persecution it has retained an important influence in Catholic thought and education". Oxford Dictionary, p 981

“The Franciscan friars and Jesuits were busy demolishing temples and building churches in the coastal cities, and the Portuguese governor of Goa was reported to be organizing a plundering raid against the rich temples of Kaanchipuram.” KA Nilakanta Shastri, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p 80

Who is a Franciscan? "A friar, sister, or lay member of a Christian religious order founded in 1209 by St. Francis of Assisi or based on its rule, and noted for its preachers and missionaries". Oxford Dictionary, p 727

Who is a Friar? "A member of any of certain religious orders of men, specially the four mendicant orders (Augustinians, Carmelites, Dominicans, and Franciscans)". Oxford Dictionary, p 733

Who denote Mendicant Order? "of or denoting one of religious orders who originally relied solely on alms".  Oxford Dictionary, p 1156

Who is a Dominican? "A member of the Roman Catholic order of preaching friars founded by St. Dominic, or of a religious order for women founded on similar principles". Oxford Dictionary, p 547

It is important that you understand clearly the hidden influence on Hindoo psyche when you send your children to some of these schools

Let us look at real-life incidences, as to how even today, Christian schools methodically train your unsuspecting Hindoo children into anti-Hindoo sentiments, even without your knowing any thing about it

Let us return to other Supreme Spiritual leaders of Christianity, and their extraordinary spiritual overtures, one of them happened to be Pope Gregory IX, who established Inquisition; we will soon witness what his followers turned out to be like   

Inquisition “An ecclesiastical (church) tribunal established by Pope Gregory IX c.1232 for the suppression of heresy. It was active chiefly in northern Italy and southern France, becoming notorious for the use of torture. In 1542 the papal Inquisition was re-instituted to combat Protestantism, eventually becoming an organ of papal government.” Oxford Dictionary, p 943

Heresy = Belief or opinion contrary to orthodox religious (especially Christian) doctrine. Oxford, p 858
Papal = Of or relating to a pope or to the papacy. Oxford Dictionary, p 1342

Inquisition, an extraordinary gift (or curse?) of Christianity to Humanity, and its Horrors, unparalleled in the history of mankind, the intensity of which can put Nazi atrocities to shame; let us have a few glimpses in the background of India, something we Hindoos know nothing about because our history had been rewritten by Christians to make it look like a religion of service to humanity

“The Goa Inquisition was established in 1560 as recommended earlier by St. Francis Xavier, and finally abolished in 1812. Although its headquarters were at Goa, its jurisdiction extended to entire Portuguese possessions to the East of the Cape of Good Hope, and it had its Commissaries in other major centers.” AK Priolkar, cover 3.

“Now, on to the good deeds of St. Xavier. Here is an extract from The Empire of the Soul by Paul William Roberts (Harper Collins, 1999): “Xavier embodies and exemplifies the bewildering contradictions of [the Jesuits]. The Goans of the time saw the best side of Xavier in what little of him they saw. They knew nothing of the part he had played in Portugal’s Inquisition, nor did they know that he had pleaded with his monarch, Dom Joao, to ‘order the establishment of the Inquisition in Goa.’ Most of Xavier’s mass conversions - during which he Christianized entire villages in a stroke - were performed in Kerala.” ‘Set up as a kind of tribunal, the inquisition was headed by a judge dispatched from Portugal. The palaces in which these holy terrorists ensconced themselves were known locally as Vodlem Gor - the Big House. It became a symbol of fear.

“Children were flogged and slowly dismembered in front of their parents, whose (parents’) eyelids had been sliced off (so they couldn’t close their eyes) to make sure they missed nothing. Extremities (the hands and feet) were amputated carefully, so that a person could remain conscious even when all that remained was a torso (the trunk of the human body) and head. Male genitals were removed and burned in front of wives, breasts hacked off and vaginas penetrated by swords while husbands were forced to watch.” “So notorious was the Inquisition in Portuguese (Christian!) India that word of its horrors even reached home. The Archbishop of Evora, in Portugal, eventually wrote, “If everywhere the Inquisition was an infamous court, the infamy, however base, however vile, however corrupt and determined by worldly interests, it was never more so than in Goa.” And it went on for two hundred years.” Paul Williams Roberts, quoted by Rajeev Srinivasan, pp. 4-5 

It’s an interesting incidence that BhagavadGeeta took me to the birthplace of Inquisitions, a word that I hadn’t read or even heard before; but with an overdose of scientific temper today, you would merrily brand it as a mere coincidence

Source — Page 71 to 130 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Logic does not travel to those unknown lands, where our knowledge has not traversed yet!

Here is something that is often not noticed by most of us, that is, modern science is vested with an undeniably Christian psyche

For a change, why not think it over; if Popes and Saints of Christianity developed themselves into such horrible characters under the influence of those philosophies that Christianity preaches, what will happen to your children? Have you ever thought seriously, why Hindoos have been moving so far away from Hindoo values?

Let us try to understand why Jesus chose to promote the concept of God without Form in those days when rest of the humanity believed in God with Form

Christians treated Hindoo Temples with violent disrespect and there are so many incidences but the history I was taught never told me so; why Christian schools taught us lies; is it what they are supposed to do? And, why did they treat Hindoo temples with such distasteful disrespect that you will see here? Is it not because the Christian God instructed Christians to continue to do so until Christians live on this earth? Would you want to continue following such a god? Won’t you be turning barbarians by following such a god?  

What is desecration? “Desecrate: treat (a sacred place or thing) with violent disrespect; violate” Oxford Dictionary, p499
What is Iconoclast? “A destroyer of images used in religious worship, in particular; in historical context a supporter of the 8th and the 9th century movement in the Byzantine Church, which sought to abolish the veneration of icons and other religious images – A puritan of the 16th or 17th century” Oxford Dictionary, p906

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 12:1 “These are the statutes and judgments, which ye shall observe to do in the land, which the LORD God of thy fathers giveth thee to possess it, all the days ye live on the earth.”

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 12:2 “Ye shall utterly destroy all the places wherein the nations, which ye possess served their Gods, upon the high mountains, and upon the hills, and every green tree:”

Christian Bible, Deuteronomy 12:3 “And ye shall overthrow their altars, and break their pillars, and burn their groves with fire; and ye shall hue down the graven images of their gods, and destroy the names of them out of that place.” Holy Bible, p168  

“The Vedpuri Ishwaran Temple was the principle place of worship for the Hindoos of Pondicherry. The Jesuit missionaries built the Church of St. Paul adjacent to it and obtained an order from the King of France that the Hindoo temple should be destroyed…
March 17, 1746: On Wednesday night at 11 two unknown persons entered the Ishwaran Temple carrying in a vessel of liquid filth, which they poured on the heads of the gods around the altar, and into the temple, through the drain of the shrine of Ishwaran; and having broken the pot of dirt on the image of the god Nandi they went away through a part of the building which had been demolished … As the report of this sacrilege spread, Hindoo ‘from the Braahman to the pariah’ held a public meeting. The governor Dupliex, when he heard of it, sent his chief peon to disperse the meeting … the people, however, defied the order and protested, ‘you better kill us all’…
December 31, 1746: It was reported tonight at 7 that an earthen jar filled with filth was thrown from within the grounds of the Church of St. Paul into the temple of Vedpuri Ishwaran. It very nearly fell on the head of Shankar Aiyan, who was at the shrine of the God Pillaiyar on his way round the temple in the performance of his religious duties. When the jar struck the ground and broke to pieces the stench emitted was unbearable … the temple was now doomed to destruction.
September 8: Yesterday 200 soldiers, 60 or 70 troopers and sepoys were stationed at St. Paul’s Church in view of the matter on hand. This morning, M. Gerbault (the engineer), the priests with diggers, masons, coolies and other 200 in all, with spades, pick-axes and whatever needed to demolish walls, began to pull down the southern wall of the Vedpuri Ishwaran Temple and the outhouses. At once the temple manager, Braahmans and mendicants came and told me … Just then … news was brought that Father Coeurdoux, the superior of St. Paul’s Church had kicked the inner shrine with his foot and had ordered the Coffrees to remove the doors and the Christians to break the Vaahanams … [Pillai now went to Governor Dupliex in an attempt to save the temple as did the other caste leaders who sought to save the temple’s movable articles but it was all to no avail]
Then Father Coeurdoux of Karikal came with a great hammer, kicked the Lingam, broke it with his hammer, and ordered the Coffrees and the Europeans to break the images of Vishnu and other gods. Madame [Dupliex] went and told the priest that he might break the idols as he pleased. He answered that she had accomplished what had been impossible for fifty years, that she must be one of those Mahaatma [great soul] who established this [Christian] religion in old days and he would publish her fame through the world … Then [the native convert] Varlam also kicked the great Lingam nine or ten times with his sandals in the presence of Madame and the priest and spat on it out of gladness and hoping that the priest and Madame will also regard him as Mahaatma. Then he followed Madame. I can neither write nor describe what abominations were done in the temple…” J. Frederick Price and K Rangaachaari translating The Private Diary of Aanand Ranga Pillai, reproduced by Shri Sita Ram Goel, History of Hindoo-Christian Encounters, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p81
“[The Portuguese] acted throughout as if they had a divine right to the pillage, robbery, and massacre of the natives of India. Not to mince matters, their whole record is one of a series of atrocities.” KA Nilakanta Shastri, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p80

Never call the culprit by wrong name. That is how you shift the focus. Once you identify the wrong enemy, you simply go on the wrong track. When you call them Portuguese, you tend to forget about their action because they are history to you as you see no more Portuguese around you. You don’t realize that the threat looms large on your head till today because Portuguese were never the true culprit. The culprit all along was Christianity. It is the teachings of Christianity that prompted them to do those acts in those days. As you will see in this book afterwards that the same Christianity is making our own people do similar acts even today but you don’t come to know about them because Christianized English media avoids reporting them

Have you ever wondered why Christians, after desecrating images of Hindoo gods, buried them under Christian altars? Was it to get the feel of crushing Hindooism under their feet?

“The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is built on or beside this temple site, and the local tradition is that the broken Lingam is hidden under an altar in the church. The Christian practice of covering a desecrated image or sacred stone with an altar is very old and churches in England, France, Italy and Spain that have been built on Pagan sites are found to contain these images and other relics.” Ishwar Sharan, p84

What about our own archaeologists? Don’t they have a duty towards the nation? Should they not try to unearth left over evidence? Granted that they are the product of Christian missionary education system but have they sold their souls? When German scholars can come to our land and probe into such matters, why can’t our own people do it? You will be able to do it only when you come out of that Christianized mind set. When you learn to be proud of your Hindoo heritage, then you will attempt to reinstate it

“They did not leave much evidence behind in the churches they built on or near temple sites. But it is also true that Indian archaeologists have not studied Christian churches as closely and in the same probing manner that they have studied mosques and other Muslim monuments. The exceptions are German scholars whose work on Indian churches is yet to be translated and published in English. They assert that most sixteenth and seventeenth century churches in India contain temple rubble and are built on temple sites.” Ishwar Sharan, p91

What Christians did to Hindoos, I may be able to pardon that. They hid the truth from me, that also I may be able to pardon. But they made me believe all my life (until I myself probed into their history) that they were great people, kind, loving. At the same time they spread venom against Hindooism in every possible fraudulent manner, and this was the limit! I am outraged looking at the height of deceit. They used every possible means, not only education system but also the media in every form. I don’t pardon cheats of this magnitude!

“Portuguese sacked the famous Tiruchendur Murugan Temple on the sea coast and threw the idol into the sea. Sometime later, in 1654, the chieftain Vadamalaiyappa Pillai of Tirunelveli salvaged the idol from the sea and installed it at the present Tiruchendur temple.” M. Arunaachalam, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p81

Here are so many examples of desecration of Hindoo temples by Christians but we have been kept in dark all along. Should all our history books not be rewritten? Should our new generations not know the truth? Why must your descendants live in a make-believe world dominated by colossal mass of untruth and nothing but untruth?

“The Tirumalai Nayak Mahal [at Madurai] is another example. Jealous of its magnificence, the British began demolishing it, but public agitation checked it and what we have today is only a part of what was originally there.” M. Arunaachalam, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p81

British fired on the temples of Kalahasti in Andhra Pradesh to intimidate the local populace. Victoria Terminus in Bombay is built on the original site of city’s famous Mumba Devi Temple. In Madras they obliterated the small Hindoo shrines that once stood inside Fort St. George.” Ishwar Sharan, p82

French used Hindoo temples as barracks in their military operations against the British. Between 1672 and 1674 at Madras [now Chennai] they fortified the rebuild Kapaleeshwar Temple in Mylapore and ParthSaarathy Temple in Triplicane when Golconda and the Dutch besieged them.” Henry Love, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p82

“The Kapaleeshwar Temple at Mylapore, Madras is a standing example of Christian desecration. The great temple of Shiv was situated not at its present site but at the site of present San Thome Church even up to 16th century. It was demolished by Portuguese vandals and their missionaries of that period who erected their church on the site where the Hindoo temple originally stood. Rama Raya, the Vijayanagar ruler, to save the Hindoo temples, waged war on the Portuguese in Mylapore and Goa simultaneously. The Portuguese were defeated and he took a tribute from them for their vandalism. But when the Vijayanagar rule fell at the battle of Talikota (1565) before the Mohammedans, the Portuguese continued their demolition work.” M. Arunaachalam, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p86

“When San Thome was held to ransom for the intolerant acts of some Jesuits and Franciscans, the Raja of Vijayanagar [Rama Raya who came to Mylapore in 1559] kept such faith with the Portuguese that, as one of them says, such humanity and justice are not to be found among Christians.” RS Whiteway, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p86

“Mylapore fell into the hands of the Portuguese in 1566 when the temple suffered demolition. The present temple was rebuilt around three hundred years ago. There are some fragmentary inscriptions from the old temple still found in the St. Thomas Cathedral. Later devout Hindoos built the present temple of Mylapore at a different site, a few furlongs west, out of what they could salvage from the ruins of the old temple. A number of carved temple stones can still be seen on the compound wall of the church.” N Murugesa Mudaliar, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p86

“The great Shiv temple covered the area now occupied by the palace of the Roman Catholic bishop of Madras. This estate, on the south side of San Thome Cathedral, still contains scattered temple ruins and includes a museum.” VR Ramachandra Dikshitar quoted in Tiru Mayil Kapaleecharam Kumbhabisheka Malar 1982 [Ishwar Sharan, p86]

 “A few Chola records found in the San Thome Cathedral and Bishop’s House refer to Kapaleeshwar Temple. A Chola record in fragment found on the east wall of the San Thome Cathedral refers to the image of Lord Nataraaj [Shiv] of the Kapaleeshwar temple. A fragmentary inscription, 12th century Chola record in the San Thome Church region, refers to a Jain temple dedicated to NeminaathSwami.” Dr. R Nagaswamy, former Director of Archaeology, Tamil Nadu Government, and present Director of the Indian Institute of Culture, Madras, Testimony of Religious Ethos, The Hindoo, Madras April 30, 1990 [Ishwar Sharan, p87-88]

“Dr. Nagaswamy, in The Hindoo article Testimony of Religious Ethos mentions the finding of Buddhist relics and a mutilated Buddha image in Mylapore. The Chola period image is now in the Madras Museum.” Ishwar Sharan, p91.

“At least from 1540 onwards and in the island of Goa before that year, all Hindoo idols had been annihilated or had disappeared, all the temples had been destroyed and their sites and building material were in most cases utilized to erect new Christian churches and chapels.” Historian TR de Souza quoted by MD David in Western Colonialism in Asia and Christianity, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p81

Here is something truly amusing, that is, Oxford dictionary definition of a Christian as one who is decent, kind and fair; isn’t it a joke of the millennium?

Christian: “having or showing qualities associated with Christians, especially those of decency, kindness, and fairness” Oxford Dictionary, p325

Now you need to witness something very disturbing, that is Christians have not changed, they are very much same today and they treat Hindoo gods with (no less than before) distasteful and violent disrespect, and they do it here in India, even today, wherever they are more in number; so, those of you, who have been merrily snoring, thinking that those bad Christian conducts are a matter of past, are here for a jolt: on 13 August 2003 Christians did shit on Shiv Lingam at the instigation of a Christian priest     

“This morning (13th August 2003) I received a SOS from one Mrs. Gunasekaran, village Kovilancheri, Kaanchi district, Tamil Nadu. She informed me that the Shiv Lingam was desecrated by the Christians. Somebody used it as toilet seat. And had garlanded Shiv with torn chappals. She was in tears. And the entire Hindoo community in the village was shocked beyond belief.

We drove to Kovilancheri. By the time we reached the spot, despite our prior request not to tamper with the Lingam so we could take a few photographs of the vandalism, the Inspector of Police, Salaiyur, Shri Krishnamurthy had the place cleaned (his argument was he could not stand the sight and had wanted it to be cleaned instantly).

The Hindoos in the village gathered in large numbers (women outnumbered men 2:1).

We did the following: 1. Made the villagers draft a complaint to the police in the letterhead of Grama Nala Sangham. 2. A complaint to the Collector of Kaanchi, Shri Venkatesan, IAS, was drafted by Hindoo Munnani and faxed, copy sent to CM cell. 3. Performed a Shuddhi of the ShivLingam and later an Abhishekam and Aaraadhana.

Apart from informing all Hindoo leaders instantly, I also contacted the SP of Kaanchi, Shri Sankar, IPS, with a request to visit the site personally, which he did. We described to him the background of the village: of how the Church had come illegally on the temple land; of how the temple land was used as inducement to convert unsuspecting Dalit families to Christianity. We showed him the church that was barely 100 meters away from the ShivLingam. The SP ordered the Inspector of Police for a thorough investigation of the case, after registering a FIR. He assured us that he would directly follow this up.” SV Badri, p40

Letter to the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu “Madam, Kovilancheri is a village close to Mambakkam, Chennai and comes under the Kaanchipuram district.

There is an 800 plus year old ShivLingam, open to sky and uncared for. Though the Shiv owns close to 7.5 acres of land, as per village records (Village 58 - Kovilancheri - Survey: 101/2). The village consists predominantly of Vanniars with Dalits outnumbering them in the colony.

100 meters away from the ShivLingam, a Church had suddenly sprung up, almost a year ago. The Pastor of the church is: Mathew Munuswamy and the President of the organization is: James Santhosam. The church is called Samadhana Prabhu Oozhiyargal (Tel-Office-24941765 and Res-24661372).

The church had not only come illegally on the temple land but has also used the temple land as inducement to lure the helpless Dalit members embrace Christianity by offering them the temple land for ‘enjoyment’. Close to 50 families have thus been converted. ....” SV Badri, p40-41

That wasn’t the only incidence; if only, we were to start looking we will find many more; here is just another one of them. So long Christians live in Hindoo surroundings they are ‘gentleman’. The moment they develop their own neighborhood and if a Hindoo comes to live there, they want the Hindoo to stop observing their religious requirements, or leave the neighborhood. When they become a Christian nation like America, they even pass law to fine Hindoos if they were to fly their religious flag! The problem is that our Christian educated Indian journalists and editors with special agendas have no appetite to bring out truth to public

“Malvani village is a suburb in Mumbai, predominantly occupied by Christians. A Hindoo family, which came to reside in that area is being harassed by the residents. The Hindoo family’s only mistake is that they are Hindoos and observe all Hindoo rituals. Mr. Elaya Thambi and his wife Radhamani bought a residential Room No. 3/3 Ankit Cottage, Malvani Village, Malaad West, Mumbai 400095, in 1998. They decided to shift to this room, along with their two children - a daughter and a son. Their trouble started the moment they decided to enter the premises. As is the case with all Hindoos, they decided to have a Yagya on the day of GrihaPravesh. For this purpose, they engaged a Purohit and made grand arrangements for the pooja. On the day of GrihaPravesh with Yagya, her Christian neighbors entered the room.

They objected to them for performing the pooja, which according to them, is satanic. They objected to the smoke emanating from the Yagya. Even incense sticks were not allowed to be lighted. Placing of Tulsi pot near the entrance was also objected to. Ringing of Pooja bells was not allowed. They even threatened the Purohit with dire consequences, which made him run away from the place, leaving all his Pooja accessories. Mrs. Radhamani was attacked with sticks. The main objection of the Christians was that this was a Christian locality and only Christian and Western festivals are allowed. They told them in no uncertain terms that they should either become Christians or leave the place, selling it to a Christian.

More than Elaya Thambi, it was Radhamani who was more stubborn in opposing the Christians. She insisted on her rights to live as a free citizen in a democratic country. This brought her untold miseries.

Her 16-year old daughter has been chased many times, while on her way to school, by some of her Christian neighbors and their associates. They are making vulgar and obscene postures to her, which still continues.

Her 8-year old son has been kidnapped a few times. However, he was saved by the timely intervention of friends and well-wishers.

Mrs. Radhamani has made several complaints to the Malvani police station and also to the Asst. Commissioner of Police. While the complaints were registered, no action has been taken by the Police, and Mrs. Radhamani continues to receive threats and anonymous telephone calls at odd times. She has even lodged a complaint with the Mahila & Crime Protection Cell. Her written complaint to the Rev. Father, St. Anthony Church, Malvani Village, for intervening in the matter has also been neglected.

Frustrated at the non-cooperation from all concerned, Mrs. Radhamani has finally decided to take up the matter to the court. She has filed a writ petition in the Mumbai High Court, requesting the Court to order the Malvani Police Station to take stringent action against the culprits, so that she can live peacefully.” Hindoo Voice, Sept. 2003, p26

“As VHP activist, I along with my colleague in Malaad went to their place and met this family. After narrating the series of incidents, they provided me with a bunch of papers-Xerox copies of complaints to the Police station and petition to the Court. I studied the entire papers and made this story.” P. Deivamuthu, Editor, Hindoo Voice.

If in a small locality in the outskirts of Mumbai, this can happen, then what would happen if a large part of India were to become Christian?

O, my fellow Hindoos, how long do you wish to remain apathetic towards these happenings just because this did not happen to your own family? How long do you wish to feel complacent and console yourself being tolerant and keep ignoring such happenings that are unfair, unjust, and a significant threat to Hindooism?  

Christianity and Islam believe in keeping their minds shut, stay within closed walls of a dark room, keep all windows tightly shut so that no light penetrates even by accident

Hindoo RigVed I.89.1 “Let felicitous thoughts come to us from every source” reproduced by N S Rajaram, p 26

Hindoo RigVed III.62.10 “Gaayatri Mantr: I pay homage to the supreme grandeur of the divine light, that it may inspire our intellect” reproduced by N S Rajaram, p 24

Felicitous = (core sense) well chosen or suited to the circumstances; (sub-sense) pleasing and fortunate. Oxford Dictionary, p 673

Hindoo children are encouraged to read material about Christianity but  Christians reprimand their children if they want to learn anything good about Hindooism

Source — Page 71 to 130 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Now let us go back into their past and see how they were in earlier days, and learn the true reason from Arthur Frederick Ide as to why Rome turned against the Christians?

 

Why Rome turned against Christians?

 

“One primary reason Rome turned against the Christians was that Christians were violently intolerant.

 Isn't it same in NE States of India where Christians are in majority today? Read next volume on Christianity by same author. 

Christians would not accept altars to gods other than their own even though the Romans offered an altar to the Christian god.

Christians spat upon those who would not convert.
They hid documents.

They alienated families.

Isn't it why we see so many broken families around?

They prayed for the end of the empire and the enthronement of their god as the new king.

Isn't it what refugee Syrian Christians did after enjoying thousand year of Hindoo hospitality, grant of Hindoo land, 
permission to practice their religion freely; and, thousand years later when Vasco da Gama arrived they went to him, 
pledged their loyalty, and persuaded him to to attack Hindoos and aided him in this process? 

These were actions, which were socially disconcerting, disrupting, and dangerous.”

Source: Arthur Frederick Ide, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p119-120

It was a news to me from HG Wells, and so may be to many of you, that almost every country in Europe, except England, at one time or another, been provoked to expel the Jesuits, so forget all those lies you have been told about how good Christians were, and start wondering as to why England happened to be the only exception?

“Almost every country in Europe except England had at one time or another been provoked to expel the Jesuits, and … their obdurate persistence in evil-doing continues to this day.” HG Wells, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p121n

TG Percival Spear, reputed Cambridge historian, describes Roman Catholicism, as a tradition of intolerance in context of India

 

“Then came Roman Catholicism, which today has perhaps 5,000,000 followers and an array of churches, convents, and colleges all over India.

A by-product has been a tradition of intolerance,
which still lingers.”

 

TG Percival Spear, reputed Cambridge historian, commenting on the Portuguese in India in an Encyclopedia Britannica article, 
quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p118-119

Arthur Frederick Ide tells us that Christian were not executed for their faith but only after their actions were seen as riot inducing, treasonous, detrimental to the family unit and especially dangerous to children

Why Christians were executed?

 

“Contrary to the Christian apologist Justin, the Christians were not dispatched from this life because they were Christians.

 

Christians were executed only after their actions
(not their beliefs) were seen as riot inducing, treasonous,
and detrimental to the family unit,
and especially dangerous to the children.”

Treason has been in their blood, you'll find plenty of evidence in 2nd volume of this work 

Arthur Frederick Ide, quoted by Ishwar Sharan, p120

Well, lessons for Hindoos are here everywhere, but are we willing to learn from the past, and the present? Are we alert about what is going on around us? Indian media men and women infected with Christian education won’t bring you the truth of today, so do not live under the mistaken impression that newspapers and magazines tell you all that you need to know, and for a change start reading books that bring you hidden truth at a substantial risk 

“Again in the thirteenth 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.” Mehren, Manuel de la Cosmographie du moyen age, traduction de Shems-ed-din Abou Abdallah de Damas, Paris, Leroux, 1874, p391, quoted by Max Muller, p257

“In the 16th century, Abul Fazl, the minister of the Emperor Akbar, says in his Ayin Akbari: “The Hindoos 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.” Samuel Johnson, India, p. 294, quoted by Max Muller, p52

Now let us take a detour and learn about some of Dalit game played by Christian missionaries

“Even a “liberal” governor such as Elphinstone wrote in 1859, “Divide et impera [‘divide and rule’ in Latin] was the old Roman motto and it should be ours.” Michel Danino, quoted by IndiaCause Newsletter dated August 17, 2003.

Macaulayite Education system was in essence ‘Christian’ education system, which had one special motive amongst many, as written by Macaulay in his letter to his father, that through this education system he aimed at eliminating idolaters (Hindoos), much the same way as Bible speaks of eliminating idolaters (who worship idols) with one difference that Macaulay wore the mask of ‘civilized’ whereas Bible spoke of it more in a barbaric fashion

Who was Macaulay? “Thomas Babington, 1st Baron (1800-59), English historian, essayist, and philanthropist. He was a civil servant in India, where he established a system of education a new criminal code, before returning to Britain and devoting himself to literature and politics.” Oxford Dictionary, p1107

“a literature ... that inculcates the most serious errors on the most important subjects ... hardly reconcilable with reason, with morality ... fruitful of monstrous superstitions.” Hindoos, he confidently declared, had nothing to show except a “false history, false astronomy, false medicine ... in company with a false religion.” Michel Danino, quoted by IndiaCause Newsletter dated August 17, 2003.

And, Macaulay prophecy came true in less than 50 years, just 2 generations were sufficient to turn the table

“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.” Michel Danino, quoted by IndiaCause Newsletter dated August 17, 2003

“But, sir,” he said to the Master, “one should explain to those who worship the clay image that it is not God, and that, while worshipping it, they should have God in view and not the clay image. One should not worship clay.” Swami Nikhilananda, p80   

Now meet some worthy children of Macaulay and peep into their minds

Have you wondered why non-English educated people want to send their children to Christian schools?

Please do not wait for God to interfere; those who preach you that whatever is happening around is happening with the knowledge and will of God, they are only showing you the escapist way

How long do you wish to live under the rosy view that Christian-West brought us the technology and advancement?

ChristianBritain systematically destroyed Indian indigenous industry and dumped on us, at a price many times more than the normal price, excess production of their industrial revolution, which otherwise they would have had to dump into nearest Sea

There is another myth that many of English educated Hindoos love to cherish till today: that ChristianBritish brought us technology. They fail to realize, how did those nations get technology that were not under ChristianBritish rule? How did Germany in the West and Japan in the East beat ChristianBritish hollow though ChristianBritish did not bring them the technology?

Come with me and learn something about great Hindoo technologies that ChristianBritish systematically wiped out and taught us we had nothing worth its name. Prof. MacDonnell tells us that European surgery has borrowed the operation of rhinoplasty (formation of artificial noses) from India and that Hindoos had attained such finesse in surgery that they could cut a hair longitudinally! Would you not want to ask yourself a question: When Hindoo surgeons had attained such finesse that they could cut hair by its length, would they have been primitive in other areas of science? Would they have reached such heights by a straight jump to that level without passing through earlier stages of development that would have been necessary to reach there?

“European surgery has borrowed the operation of rhinoplasty (formation of artificial noses) from India. They had attained such finesse in surgery that they could cut a hair longitudinally! The ancient medical men beginning from the great Dhanwantari (whose prescriptions were said to be infallible), Sushrut, Charak and others down the line were bold and skillful in their surgery. They conducted amputations, arrested bleeding by pressure, bandage or boiling oil, performed operations in the abdomen and uterus, cured hernia, fistula and piles, set broken bones and dislocations and could deftly remove foreign substances from the body. The great surgeon Sushrut is said to have advised dissection of dead bodies to a student of surgery and stressed the importance of knowledge gained from experiment and observation.” Prof. MacDonnell, History of Sanskrit Literature, quoted by Niranjan Babu, p148

Ch.3 - The grown-up tree

Source — Page 131 to 162 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Christianity has grown into a system of Financial Racketeering but it has also mastered the technique of putting up a mask that has great public appeal

“Christianity, and especially Roman Christianity, has very little to do with religious faith. It is and has always been a system of imperialist politics and financial racketeering practiced under the guise of religion”. Ishwar Sharan, pp121-122

Finance = The management of large amounts of money.
Financial = Of or relating to finance. Racket = An illegal or dishonest scheme for obtaining money.
Racketeer = A person who engages in dishonest and fraudulent business dealings. Oxford Dictionary, pp 685-686, 1527

Let us look at the kind of influence that Christianity had at its origin, which made it so good in the trade of financial racketeering

Who was Saint Matthew?

“An Apostle, a tax-gatherer from Capernaum in Galilee, traditional author of the first Gospel.” Oxford Dictionary, p 1143

Gospel

“The record of Christ’s life and teaching in the first four books of the New Testament.” Oxford Dictionary, p792

Four Gospels

The four Gospels ascribed to St. Matthew, St. Mark, St. Luke, and St. John all give an account of the ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection of Christ, though the Gospel of John differs greatly from the other three. There are also several apocryphal (of doubtful authenticity, although widely circulated as being true) gospels of later date.” Oxford Dictionary, p 792

Have you known that one of the Supreme Spiritual heads of Christianity, Pope Pius XII shared Nazi gold loot? I hadn’t known about it until a year and half ago; Christianity has perfected the art of hiding truth

“In 1944 alone the Nazi contribution to the Vatican amounted to over $100 million–worth nearly a billion and half in today’s values. The Vatican managed also to get a large share of the Nazi gold looted from the Jews of Europe during the Second World War. This has now become a major scandal in Europe. While Swiss banks are opening up their records, the Vatican has maintained secrecy over its collaboration with the Nazis, including its participation in the looting of the Jews of Europe.” NS Rajaram, p134

Let us understand how Christianity is a ‘product’ to be marketed well and Pope heads that marketing outfit; let us also understand what shapes their thought process and belief system

Let us see what led Vatican Bank, a Cardinal and an Archbishop to get involved with drug money laundering, and try to understand what kind of disastrous effect it can have on youngsters in the society, and also let us see a few real life instances; then let us know, what makes a Supreme Spiritual leader like one of the Popes to collect 10% of earnings of lepers and prostitutes; ask yourself as to what makes money so very dear to these people of immense spirituality, who work for the Christian God, and how do they raise their followers to become like them

“Loss of revenue following Europe’s rejection of Christianity has led the Church to resort to extreme measures including collaboration with narcotics traffickers and drug money laundering. The Vatican Bank for years has been acting as a conduit for drug money. The Chief, Archbishop Marcinkus is wanted by the police, in several countries. He has avoided arrest only by staying within the walls of the Vatican, which enjoys immunity as a sovereign state. Investigations in Britain, Germany, Switzerland and Italy have shown that the Vatican is deeply involved in the international drug trade.” NS Rajaram, p135

Who is an Archbishop?

“The chief bishop responsible for a large district” Oxford Dictionary, p86

“The following recent episode will go to show how deep must be the links between the Vatican and drug traffickers. In May 1993, Cardinal Posadas-Ocampo, the highest-ranking Church official in Mexico was assassinated in the Guadalajara airport. Later investigations showed that the Cardinal had been acting as an agent of the notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar… It is now known that the Cardinal had been trying to arrange safe asylum in Mexico for Escobar. Escobar himself was, later gunned down by the Colombian authorities assisted by the U.S. Drug enforcement agents showing that he was badly in need of a safe asylum. …There have been many such scandals, but this is enough to show how far removed the Church is from any spiritual concerns.” NS Rajaram, p135

Who is a Cardinal?

“A leading dignitary of the Roman Catholic Church. Cardinals are nominated by the Pope, and from the Sacred College, which elects succeeding popes (now invariably from among their own member)” Oxford Dictionary, p 275

“London: In a major embarrassment to British Prime Minister Tony Blair, his sister-in-law Lauren Booth has decided to quit ‘crime-ridden’ Britain and live in the South of France, reports PTI. Lauren, sister of Cherie Blair, said she has been driven from the country by the drug-pushers and muggers who plague the streets around her London home. “I’ve been a Londoner all my life but now I am moving to France, driven out by the grime and the crime that have made so much of this city unlivable in.” The Free Press Journal, June 23, 2003, p7

“New Delhi: 'The involvement of women in drug trafficking has gone up to alarming proportions with the number of women operators arrested in the first six months of this year exceeding the total of the entire last year', Deputy Commissioner of police (narcotics and Crime Prevention) DL Kashyap stated." The Free Press Journal, June 23, 2003, p3

“Educating the mind without morals creates a maniac in society.” Shiv Khera, The Free Press Journal, June 24, 2003, p3

“When the Portuguese (note: Christians) were attempting to evangelize India – ‘to instruct the inhabitants in Catholic Faith and good morals’ as decreed by the Pope – the Pope himself was taxing lepers and prostitutes in Rome, ten percent of their incomes, and was doing this on the authority of Catholicism’s greatest theologian St. Thomas Aquinas.” Ishwar Sharan, p122n.

Who was Saint Thomas Aquinas?

“(1225-74), Italian philosopher, theologian, and Dominican friar; known as the Angelic Doctor. He is regarded as the greatest figure of scholasticism; one of his most important achievements was the introduction of the work of Aristotle to Christian Western Europe. His works include commentaries on Aristotle as well as the Summa Contra Gentiles, intended as a manual for missionaries, and Summa Theologiae, the greatest achievement of the medieval systematic theology. He also devised the official Roman Catholic tenets.” Oxford Dictionary, p83

Our Christianized Journalists are so much in love with money that they can sell their souls and they show no love for truth

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“5,000 Temples in Karnataka to be closed down due to lack of funding and maintenance. During Kumbh Mela in Nasik each Hindoo was forced to pay Rs. 25 to Rs. 50 for a dip in the holy water. Today, if a Hindoo or Sikh wishes to visit holy places in Kailaash MaanSarovar or Gurudwaara in Pakistan leave alone subsidy, they are forced to shell out large amount of money to visit their holy places.” Anjali Patel, October 29, 2003, www.IndiaCause.com

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Meet another Saint in the making, named Mother Teresa and her love for Crime money; learn about her Charles Keating and Duvalier connections

“Among her special favorites were Charles Keating – now serving a ten-year sentence in a California prison – and Robert Maxwell who committed suicide when the Scotland Yard got too close to him. Both had swindled hundreds of millions of dollars from their depositors and investors. Paul W. Turley, the California Deputy District Attorney who prosecuted Keating stated that Keating stole more than $900 million! Many individuals lost their life savings. Mr. Turley wrote:

'The victims of Mr. Keating’s fraud come from a wide spectrum of society. … Most were people of modest means and unfamiliar with high finance'.

Why did Keating give more than a million dollar to Mother Teresa? When his case was being tried, she wrote to the trial judge Lance Ito asking him to show clemency towards Keating because:

'He has always been kind and generous to God’s poor'.

In addition, she appealed to the judge to:

'Look into his heart and do what Jesus would have done in that circumstances'.

Learning to this appeal, District Attorney Turley wrote back to Mother Teresa:

'I submit the same challenge to you. Ask yourself what Jesus would have done if he were given the fruits of the crime, …money that had been stolen. …I submit that Jesus would promptly return the money to its rightful owners. …Do not keep the money. Return it to the rightful owners'.

But Mother Teresa ignored his appeal and kept the stolen money. This was not the only such instance". NS Rajaram, p140.

“The most riveting material in the book is contained in two letters: one from Mother Teresa to Judge Lance Ito—then weighing what sentence to dole out to the convicted Keating—which cited all the work Keating has done “to help the poor,” and another from a Los Angeles deputy D.A., Paul Turley, back to Mother Teresa that eloquently stated that rather than working to reduce Keating’s sentence, she should return the money he gave her to its rightful owners, the defrauded bondholders. (Significantly, Mother Teresa never replied.) And why do former missionary workers and visiting doctors consistently observe that the order’s medical practices seem so inadequate, especially given all the money that comes in? (Hitchens acidly observes that on the other hand, Mother Teresa herself always manages to receive world-class medical care.) Hitchens’s answer is that Mother Teresa is first and foremost interested not in providing medical treatment, but in furthering Catholic doctrine and—quite literally—becoming a saint".

“She helped produce political propaganda films for the notorious dictator Duvalier of Haiti and his wife Michele who stole billions of dollars from their impoverished country before running away to Spain. Mother Teresa not only accepted millions from dictator Duvalier (who was guilty of mass executions), but also honors and decorations from his bloody hands. What is it about Christian missionaries, from Mother Teresa to Pat Robertson, that draws them to such thieves and mass murderers as Duvalier and Mobutu?” NS Rajaram, pp140-141

Who was Duvalier?

“Haiti: From 1957 to 1986 the country was under the oppressive dictatorship of the Duvalier family” Oxford Dictionary, p827.

Have you ever noticed that they do so little but show such a lot; look here at Dr. Robin Cox, Mary Loudon, Anne Sebba reports; look at Mother Teresa’s hidden bank balance of 50 million dollars, but not a cent of it for poor of Calcutta; those poor suffered badly in her make-believe hospital, while the world learned they were being served by Mother Teresa

“In her home for the dying, no medication or painkillers are allowed even to terminally ill patients. Even her child-care institution in Calcutta is a cheerless place where children have neither toys nor playgrounds. They are told only to pray.” NS Rajaram, p138.

“Mother Teresa likes to tell her international donor audiences, from whom she collects millions of tax-free dollars for missionary enterprise, that what India really need is Jesus. We observe that the former Yugoslavia, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Rwanda, Brazil, the Philippines - to name a few - all have Jesus, and have had him for some time, but that he does not seem to have done any of them any moral, spiritual, or material good.” Ishwar Sharan, p122n

The whole Western culture is marketing-driven. And, you should know that any culture that is marketing-driven would only show what sells! If you were to tell the whole truth, most products would never sell. If you do not find out for yourself what has not been told to you, it is your problem, that’s the simple attitude. And, it originates from Christianity, because if you examine carefully, Christianity is nothing but mass marketing of a product called ‘salvation/redemption’ the true meaning of which they themselves are not aware

“The Asia Synod will deal with the challenge for evangelization posed by the encounter with ancient religions such as Buddhism and Hindooism. While expressing esteem for the elements of truth in these religions, the Church must make it clear that Christ is ‘the one’ mediator (middleman) between God and man and ‘the sole’ Redeemer of humanity.” Pope John Paul II, The Coming of the Third Millennium, quoted by David Frawley, p147.

“I am Calcuttan born and bred, and our family has lived in the city for as long as can be traced. I know Calcutta well, and many people who matter there, and many more who do not. I do not have Calcutta ‘in my blood’, but the place has definitely made me what I am, warts and all. My mother tongue is Bengali, the language of Calcutta, but I speak Hindi passably, which is spoken by a large number of the destitute of Calcutta. I had no interest whatsoever in Mother Teresa before I came to England. Difficult it may seem to a Westerner to comprehend, but she was not a significant entity in Calcutta in her lifetime; paradoxically posthumously her image has risen significantly there - primarily because of the Indian need to emulate the West in many unimportant matters. I had had some interest in the destitute of Calcutta during my college days, when I dabbled in leftist politics for a while. I also took a keen interest in human rights issues. Never in the course of my (modest) interaction with the very poor of Calcutta, did I cross paths with Mother Teresa’s organization - indeed, I cannot ever recall her name being uttered.” Dr. Aroup Chatterjee, The Final Verdict, Introduction

Now the question is, why would Christian-West make such a big pomp and show of Mother Teresa, who was like a nonentity as it would appear from what different people of Kolkata have to say. It is because, by advertising small achievements and showing them duly magnified many times over, they are able to generate lot more revenue. For them Mother Teresa is a brand to be marketed well, so it can draw lot more money in the name of charity from unsuspecting people, from whom the whole truth is kept carefully hidden

“Her hospitals are in a highly unhygienic state. This happens to be the opinion not of a hostile reporter, but of Dr. Robin Cox, editor of the prestigious British publication Lancet – the foremost medical journal in the world.” NS Rajaram, p138.

“Mary Loudon, another English investigator found patients sleeping on the floor - as many as sixty in a single room. Even rudimentary health procedures were not being followed. Loudon saw un-sterilized needles being used and reused after being simply washed in cold water. Also, patients in need of simple surgery were allowed to die instead of being sent to other hospitals in Calcutta. It was not just patients that were treated under such appalling conditions; even health workers could not escape infections. Anne Sebba has pointed out that several of the nurses caught tuberculosis, and possibly AIDS. In all these, there is a single remedy offered to the inmates regardless their condition – prayer.” NS Rajaram, p138.

“This has greatly contributed to the image of Mother Teresa as a woman driven by faith and love for Jesus; it has contributed even more to her bank balance, for prayers costs nothing. But she did not display the same reserve – not to say piety – during her own illnesses. She was always careful to get treated at the best hospitals in the world like the Massachusetts General in Boston. When she was unable to travel, as during her final illness, she was treated by the specialist at the prestigious R. K. Birla Heart Research Center in Calcutta – a Hindoo charitable institution. So neither money, nor Christian faith, was allowed to come in the way, when her own health was involved. But for the poor it is different. Prayer is good for them.” NS Rajaram, pp138-139

Now this Hindoo charitable organization R. K. Birla Heart Research Center in Kolkata, did not ask Mother Teresa to get converted into Hindooism, while providing health care to Mother Teresa when she needed it badly and could not visit her favorite Massachusetts General in Boston, because they were not trading in charity. But if a Hindoo had gone to Mother Teresa for treatment she would have got him/her converted into Christianity. These people who make such publicity in the name of service to humanity are in reality flesh traders of a different kind. They want the whole body and soul in lieu of their scanty service!

“From the appalling condition of her institutions, one would be wrong to conclude that the Missionaries of Charity is only doing what its limited resources allow. Nothing could be further from the truth. It is one of the richest Catholic institutions in the world. Recently, a single current account in a bank in the Bronx (New York) showed a deposit of $50 million!” NS Rajaram, p139.

So she had plenty of money but she would not spend it for the poor of Calcutta, and at the same time she would want to have the Nobel Prize for having helped the poor of Calcutta. Did she help the poor of Calcutta in getting better health or, did poor of Calcutta help her get the Nobel Prize, tons of donation money, and tons of new converts into Christianity? Are these missionaries nothing but some greedy merchants of soul?

“As far as the poor are concerned, Mother Teresa’s successor Sister Nirmala put it in perspective: “The poor are God’s gift, to us. Without the poor we would all be without jobs.” NS Rajaram, p141.

Familiarize yourself with the games they play and how they build images that give you a very different picture from what the truth is; look how stalwarts like Ramakrishna Mission and Arya Samaj come under their wrap and take a retreat

“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 Hindoos 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.” Sir Thomas Munro, the eminent Governor of Madras, quoted in Mill’s History, vol. i. p371, re-quoted by F Max Muller, p57, p231

“The climax came when the Ramakrishna Mission and the Arya Samaj petitioned the High Courts for obtaining the status of non-Hindoo religions. An article in the Constitution, which gave certain concessions to non-Hindoo educational institutions, was being cited in defense of this volte-face. But that was only an excuse. The real reason was that nobody who thought he was somebody was prepared to be known as Hindoo any more.” Sita Ram Goel, ....Hindoo Temples...., p407

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Note 30 Apr 2013: Ramakrishna Mission and Arya Samaj had always lived on Hindoo charity
In 2007 May, I had the opportunity to witness the proceeding of internal meeting of Arya Samaj where outsiders were not expected to be present. There I learned that Arya Samaj does not live on Hindoo charity; instead, they live on contributions from Arya Samaajees because they do not consider themselves Hindoos at all. Refer to my book Kaun Apna Kaun Paraaya in Hindi. I later reconfirmed this with significant Arya Samaajees. Refer to my book Sikke ka Doosra Pahloo in Hindi.

If it were the monetary concessions that lured Ramakrishna Mission and Arya Samaj to disown Hindooism, then can they tomorrow be lured to become a Christian institution if bigger concessions were to be offered?

Did Ramakrishna Mission and Arya Samaj care to investigate Communist-Marxist-FakeSecularist motives during Nehru dynasty? Did they care to deploy their intellectual resources to defend Hindooism? Weren’t their intellectual resources built and nourished for decades on Hindoo charity? What did they do when it came to repaying those debts to Hindoo community?

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Recognize, who did the actual job of service with scanty resources, and who took the credit, full blown many a times over, with news splashed world wide?

Get to know of Mother Teresa’s personal letters and diary that tell the inner truth

Finally, let us see what personal diary of Mother Teresa says: Her letters and diaries present a completely different picture of the nun from her public image as a woman confident of her faith, The Daily Telegraph reported on Friday [PTI London 29 November, quoted by Indian Express, 30 November 2002]

IL Messeggero said: “The real Mother Teresa was one who for one year had visions and who for the next 50 had doubts - up until her death.” “…My smile is a great cloak [disguise, pretext] that hides a multitude of pains,’ wrote Mother Teresa… ‘In my own soul, I feel the terrible pain of this loss. I feel that God does not want me, that God is not God and that He does not really exist,” she wrote.

Why is Pope John Paul II in such a big hurry? Is he afraid that if he were to let the normal procedure be followed, Mother Teresa may never get to acquire her sainthood? Is it because, her not gaining sainthood would be a big monetary loss to Christianity? Is it because Pope wants to use Saint image of Mother Teresa for getting new Christian converts in India? Does he want Saint image of Mother Teresa to bring more American public dollars to ‘buy’ more new Christians in India?

Have you ever wondered, what Indian Christianized media had been doing all these days, carefully keeping under wraps all these things about Mother Teresa, which were going on for a long time right under their nose? Do you care to think over, what should be done about such media?

One thing you need to understand clearly: Corruption and Christianity go hand in hand because it is all money and power game. Prior to Christianized education, Hindoos were such a truthful lot, and there is plenty of documented evidence, see Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation Chapter-1

For a change, now compare this high profile Christian Mother Teresa with low profile Hindoo Braahman Baba Amte, and examine who did the job and who took the credit? After that, ask yourself, why is it that Indian Christianized media raised Mother Teresa to sky and dumped Baba Amte to dust?

“Baba Amte was born in a wealthy, high caste Braahman family, studied law and had a flourishing practice but the steep fees he charged worried him. His hero was Sane Guruji, the great MahaaRaashtrian social reformer. In his late thirties he decided to dedicate his life to social service after he saw a leper, disowned by his family, die in the street. It was to lead him to set up a leprosarium and the MahaaRogi Seva Samiti to rehabilitate leprosy-affected people.
One Shri RK Patil of Naagpur offered him a house and seven acres of land. Vinoba Bhave inaugurated AanandVan in 1951, which was soon to attract patients. By 1954 there were sixty of them. Word quickly spread and assistance came pouring in. AanandVan became the hub of tremendous activity. What was once a wasteland was to become a center of intense care. As one patient was to say:

'AanandVan is a place where the loneliest, the unloved, the sufferers of the ultimate degradation of our bodies are taught to overcome fear'.

In all his work Baba had the full support of his wife SaadhanaaTaai, and subsequently from his sons. As word of his selfless dedicated work spread, awards were quick to come, one after another. Baba used the prize monies he received to get into new ventures like AshokVan and Hemalkasa. AanandVan itself came to be known as a place which cheerfully received abandoned children; that further led to the setting up of communes of which there now are four: Mukti Sadan, Krishi Sadan, Mukti Sadan, and Nitrangan. Veena Adige traces the growth of AanandVan (which presently houses 2,500 people) and the efforts that went into it in great detail. It is a story of love, care, dedication, and selflessness and total commitment.” Veena Adige, Book review by MV Kamath.

Has it ever bothered you that Mother Teresa gave Calcutta ‘the charnel house image’ in return of Nobel Prize for herself and 50 million dollars in bank?

“The image of Mother Teresa which Indians – Calcuttans in particular – take enormous pride in has permanently tarred Calcutta, if not all of India as a wretched place. If the Mother had remained in Albania as Agnes Bojaxhiu no one would have heard of her. But thanks to Calcutta – the supposedly wretched place to which she brought succor – she became without a doubt the most admired woman in the world. So whatever Mother Teresa did for Calcutta fades into insignificance compared to what Calcutta did for mother Teresa. Why is it that the Indian elite feels no shame at the sight of this foreign woman rising to great heights while at the same time one of their greatest cities is condemned as the most wretched place on the earth? Calcutta is no longer the city of C.V. Raman or Rabindrnath Tagore (Robindro Naath Thaakur) – both real Nobel laureates, just not ‘peace’ laureates like Kissinger and Yasser Arafat – but of Mother Teresa. While Indian intellectuals have willingly swallowed this humiliation heaped on Calcutta (and India), it was left to a Westerner – Germaine Greer – to appreciate the truth with some sensitivity.” Dr. NS Rajaram, pp136-137

“Much as she has tried to show that the poor need missionary charity elsewhere, Mother Teresa is Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Part of the general veneration for her stems from a conviction that only a saint could bear to live in such hideous place. The fact that her principle work was caring for the dying has reinforced the impression held by people who have never been there that Calcutta is a charnel house. If the cult of the Christian Mother Teresa is fed by contempt for Hindoo India, it must do more evil than good. However, many people are helped by Mother Teresa and her nuns, there are close to a billion others who will continue to be judged unfairly as unable or unwilling to take care of their own.” Germaine Greer, quoted by NS Rajaram, p137

“In the midst of all this I remembered the ‘Calcutta’ of the West - Calcutta the metaphor, not the city. In my three years in the West I had come to realize that the city had become synonymous with the worst of human suffering and degradation in the eyes of the world. I read and heard again and again that Calcutta contained an endless number of ‘sewers and gutters’ where an endless number of dead and dying people lay - but not for long - as ‘roving angels’ in the shape of the followers of a certain nun would come along looking for them. Then they would whisk them away in their smart ambulances. As in my twenty-seven years in Calcutta I had never seen such a scene, (and neither have I met a Calcuttan who has), it hurt me deeply that such a wrong stereotype had become permanently ingrained in world psyche. I felt suddenly overwhelmingly sad that a city, indeed an entire culture should be continuously insulted in this way.” Dr. Aroup Chatterjee, The Final Verdict, Introduction

At last you need to wake up, and face the reality as compared to the fairy tale

“Why I decided to do ‘something about it’ I cannot easily tell. As a person I am flawed enough to understand lies and deceit. Why certain people, themselves no pillars of rectitude, decide to make a stand against untruth and injustice is a very complex issue. Also, my wife, brought up (a Roman Catholic) in Ireland on Teresa mythology, felt angry and cheated when she went to Calcutta and saw how the reality compared with the fairy tale; she has encouraged me in my endeavors.” Dr. Aroup Chatterjee, The Final Verdict, Introduction

This is how money and media together can make truth as untruth and similarly, the untruth as truth!

Now, compare all this glorious Christianity with the Hindoo thought process of those days when it was not fully adulterated by the bad influence of Christian thought process, which has by now thoroughly corrupted the Hindoo character with six generations of Christian Education System

Using his Crescograph, Bose demonstrated “that plants have a sensitive nervous system and a varied emotional life. Love, hate, joy, fear, pleasure, pain, excitability, stupor, and countless other appropriate responses to stimuli are as universal in plants as in animals.” Paramahansa Yogananda, p66

“The Bose Crescograph has the enormousness of ten million magnifications.” Paramahansa Yogananda, pp65-66

“I dedicate today this institute as not merely a laboratory but a temple.” “The lectures given here will not be mere repetitions of secondhand knowledge. They will announce new discoveries, demonstrated for the first time in these halls. Through regular publication of the work of the Institute, these Indian contributions will reach the whole world.” “They will become public property. No patents will ever be taken. The spirit of our national culture demands that we should forever be free from the desecration of utilizing knowledge only for personal gain.” “It is my further wish that the facilities of this institute be available, so far as possible, to workers from all countries. In this I am attempting to carry on the traditions of my country. As far back as twenty-five centuries, India welcomed to its ancient universities, at Naalanda and TakshShila, scholars from all parts of the world.” Paramahansa Yogananda, pp67-69

Come and dive with me, understand the deadly impact of Macaulay’s Christian design, the amputative attitude of Christianity. Christianity trains you to compartmentalize issues, as a result you never get to focus at the root cause. In the end, you engage in self-condemnation, blaming the victim; finally, you have no solution to the problem

Christian Bible, Matthew 12:30 “He that is not with me is against me.” Holy Bible, p759 [see Chapter-1]

Ch.4 - Garden that beckons

Source — Page 163 to 193 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

The image has been built that USA is a secular nation; let us look at its laws and compare them with dictionary definition of secular; then, you decide for yourself

Secular has been defined by Oxford Dictionary as “denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis” [p1681].

“A Hindoo family in America is not allowed to fly a religious flag, and if they do should pay a fine of $100 per day.” IndiaCause newsletter 25 Feb 2004.

Have you known that USA has 84% Christian population, whereas India has only 81% Hindoo population?

Here we have our President Bush who starts his day with the Bible, and to top that we have our Attorney General Ashcroft who even holds Bible classes in his Office; such dedication to those teachings of Jesus and Moses, which you read in chapter 1

“The entire American establishment is now hooked to Bible and Church. President Bush starts the day with the Bible. So is the Attorney General Ashcroft. The Attorney General even holds Bible classes in the office.” S. Gurumurthy, p9

Story doesn’t end here; we have now US Army with 98% Christians joining in

“What is Pentagon? Says the Washington Times, which carried the report about Rev Graham’s proposed service at the Pentagon, “Christians of various denominations are about 98 percent of incoming troops who declare a religious preference, according to a 1999 study”. So is it a conscript Christian army? No more a professional one.” S. Gurumurthy, p9

What is so special about Reverend Graham? “Islam is “a very evil and a wicked religion”. It is a considered remark of an American, which he stood by despite all criticism. He is a revered Christian religious scholar, Rev Franklin Graham. Rev Graham is a religious scholar respected by the US Government. He is the son of the ‘famed’ Billy Graham, the Christian evangelist who attempts to globalize faith. He has been invited to speak at the sacred Good Friday service at the Pentagon, the US Defense establishment.” S. Gurumurthy, p9

Now let us look at the degree of commitment Pentagon has towards Christianity. “When the Muslims in the US expressed ‘concern’ at the Pentagon inviting Rev Graham, the Pentagon spokesman dismissed it ... It said clearly that it has “no plan or discussion to uninvite”, that is, to withdraw the invitation to Rev Graham. “He is a recognized religious leader”, said the Pentagon. The plan is not limited to just invite Graham. But to avoid future problems, said the Pentagon, so that there can be no objection about the Pentagon inviting such ‘recognized’ religious leaders to sermonize the Pentagon officials in future.” S. Gurumurthy, p9

And then of course, we have those freebies that affect common man; to satisfy Christian sentiments all public holidays in Christian world are for Christians, but we fools in India, who are branded as Hindoo communal, make sacrifices by sharing available public holidays with all religions

And, what do those Christian schools in India do?

And then, what kind of ChristianizedHindoo students they produce?

Well, things don’t end there, rather begin; here in America we have Jesus philosophy all around, even interfering with the US Foreign Policy

Christian Bible, Matthew 12:30 “He that is not with me is against me.” Holy Bible, p759

Then we have Jesus’ presence in shaping the US Business Policy

Christian Bible, Matthew 10:34 “Think not I am come to send peace on earth: I come not to send peace, but a sword.” Holy Bible, p757
Christian Bible, Luke 12:51 “Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division:” Holy Bible, p815
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.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76

And we have these multinationals making Jesus dream come true

Gospel of Thomas 42 “Jesus said: He who has (something) in his hand, to him it will be given; and he who has nothing, from him even the little he has will be taken away.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76

But the deadliest of all, is the influence of Jesus on the institution of family, which he wanted threadbare

Christian Bible, Matthew 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.” Holy Bible, p757
Christian Bible, Luke 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.” Holy Bible, p815
Gospel of Thomas 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.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76.

Gospel of Thomas 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.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76.

“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.” Luke 14:26, Holy Bible, p817

But things don’t end there; Jesus has his spell cast over public institutions as well

“The famine has wrought miracles. The catchments are filling, baptismal water flows in streams, and starving little tots fly in masses to heaven ... a hospital is a ready made congregation. There is no need to go into the highways and hedges and ‘compel them to come in’. They send each other.” Archbishop of Pondicherry to his superiors in Europe, in a Catholic publication ‘India and its Missions’, chapter ‘Spiritual Advantages of Famine and Cholera’ reproduced by Dr. Arun Shourie, p16 quoted by Sita Ram Goel, Pseudo-Secularism, Christian Missions ... p75

Worst of all, look at these real life examples of Jesus having injected deep sense of insecurity in every house and apartment; this may sound absurd but read through and see the connection, which is otherwise invisible to your naked eyes; these examples are from a period prior to 9/11 attacks when North America was considered a pretty safe place to live, boasting their law and order situation

Christian Bible, Matthew 10:34 “Think not I am come to send peace on earth: I come not to send peace, but a sword.” Holy Bible, p757
Christian Bible, Luke 12:51 “Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division:” Holy Bible, p815
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.” Quoted by Ishwar Sharan, n76.

Finally, all those beauties or horrors, whatever you may choose to call them, are on their way to India in a big way, now that this Christian Education System has its stranglehold everywhere

“It is estimated that 60 percent of all students in India attend Roman Catholic schools and colleges.” [Ref.: Malachi Martin, The Jesuits] The real figure is much higher as this book was published over 15 years ago in 1987. They do not include non-Catholic educational institutions, which have proliferated in recent years with rapid spread of evangelical Protestant churches in India” Ishwar Sharan, p123n

Let us move away and look at these stories of US love for secularism, and rip open Christian face hidden behind secular mask

“Jindal, a teenage convert to Catholicism from Hindooism, ....” The Free Press Journal, October 8, 2003, World p7

 “...the 32-year-old Jindal emphasized his strong ties with the US President George W Bush saying “it will help to have a Governor with strong ties to the White House.” The Free Press Journal, October 8, 2003, World p7.

“...his family immigrated from Punjab before he was born and was brought up in Baton Rouge.” The Free Press Journal, October 8, 2003, World p7. And finally, “New York: Bobby Jindal was today defeated in a close race by Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Blanco who became first woman to be elected to the highest office in Louisiana, reports PTI”. The Free Press Journal, November 17, 2003, p1

Christianity has trained them well right from childhood; all this positive sounding talks that come so close to Hypocrisy

“The American population is overwhelmingly Christian and nobody there finds anything to say that the President of the United States is sworn in on the Bible, or that in some states a Christian prayer is uttered before the start of the school. India has a thumping Hindoo majority (80 per cent), but imagine the uproar if Atal Behari Vajpayee had been sworn in on BhagavadGeeta! And remember what happened when Murli Manohar Joshi wanted to introduce the chanting of the Saraswati Vandana in schools. Yet, India has today a Muslim President, the third one since Independence. Did the US ever have a Muslim President?” Francois Gautier, p39

Francois Gautier has more to say:

“But is America really the benevolent, caste-less society some readers are convinced it is? Well, I am not sure. For one, what the White Americans did to the Blacks not that long ago must rank among some of the saddest deeds perpetuated by one class of humanity on another; not to speak of the terrible and shameful treatment inflicted upon the helpless Red Indians, the original inhabitants of their land, a Karma (Karm) the US will have to pay for sooner or later. There are also a lot of inequalities in the States: extremely rich people and some incredibly poor folks, mostly Blacks, for such a country of tremendous wealth. Secondly, are the Blacks today on a truly equal footing with the Whites? I am not convinced either. India has had an untouchable President. Has the US ever had a Black President, or Vice President? American journalists and human rights activists like to highlight the ‘oppressed’ condition of women in India. But as early as the late sixties, India democratically elected a woman Prime Minister, the highest post of the nation - and that for nearly twenty years. Can the country of triumphant feminism and gender equality boast of a woman President? Yes, in America one enjoys the liberty to do whatever one wants without bureaucracy and heavy taxation. But after September 11, freedoms have been heavily curtailed in the US, especially if you have a brown skin. Compare this to India: I have lived here for 33 years; I have gone to most remote places, traveled to the sacred spots with my cameras, tape recorder and white face. And never once have I been aggressed, never once has my passport been asked for in the streets (try travelling in the subway in Paris if you have a brown face and a leather jacket), never once have I been mugged at late nights in Delhi, Mumbai or Chennai, whereas in Washington, the capital of the ‘land of freedom,’ we were told not to go out alone in certain parts after 8 P.M.” Francois Gautier, p39

Then there are those morality talks, but look a bit deeper and you will see that only the money talks, morality is just for the show

By all means listen to them but do not confuse the identity, it is not white, but it is Christian

So you keep groping all over but the real thing deludes you, from start to end it is all about polytheism vs. monotheism, many gods vs. One God

“Christianity ... is and has always been a system of imperialist politics and financial racketeering practiced under the guise of religion.” Ishwar Sharan, p121-122

And finally when the argument stops at atheists, their choice is very simple

Have you wondered why is it that FakeSecularists invariably take the side of Christians and Muslims in opposition to Hindoos?

An Intermission

Source — Page 194 to 216 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

I was trained as an auditor many years ago. Though I did not spend much of my work life in that profession, yet I liked it pretty much and used those skills in different environments fruitfully. For example, here I have chosen to audit history, instead of auditing accounts. It is not important, what image you carry of accountants but you will find me combining accountant’s meticulous approach with Aquarian’s foresight. You may not want to listen to me, what I have to tell you today, but that would be your choice.

Last year (July-August 2002) I visited Venezia (proud Italians do not call it Venice in Anglicized fashion) at the invitation of a senior Italian professor of literature, a linguist and a person of sharp intellect, who had studied well Robindro Naath Thaakur (or call him in Anglicized fashion the Nobel Laureate Ravindra Nath Tagore), as well as some of BhagavadGeeta.

Prof. Meo must have found out early in life that Christianity knows nothing of God, and is incapable of knowing anything about the existence and nature of God

Professor D Meo (60) was Christian born, but turned agnostic at an early age. Those who lived closest to the hub of Christianity probably saw the true color of this religion, sooner than many of us did.

Oxford Dictionary describes an agonistic as ‘a person who believes that nothing is known or can be known of the existence or nature of God’ [p34]. I did not realize it then, but now it occurs to me that Prof. Meo might have turned agnostic after discovering the hidden fact that, to Christianity “nothing is known or can be known of the existence and nature of God”, and as a follower of Christianity Prof. Meo had no alternative but to turn agnostic.

Born Christian in Italy, having known of only one religion, the only source of spirituality happened to be Christianity and Prof. Meo must have found out early in life that Christianity knows nothing of God, and is incapable of knowing anything about the existence and nature of God. As a result, there was no alternative but to turn agnostic.

Those who could not turn agnostic, preferred to stay neutral and called themselves secular, and that was in Europe

Those in Europe, who could not turn agnostic, preferred to remain neutral. This is how, I would assume, Secularism was born in Europe. These people, the neutral ones, today prefer to call themselves as secularist.

Secular has been defined by Oxford Dictionary as “denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis” [p1681].

But the jargon had caught fancy of our prime minister and he devised a new game

But, please do not be misled by the use of the same term Secularism, in context of India. Many still call it India, not realizing that ‘ChristianBritish Sun’ has set long ago. ChristianBritish legacy lives close to the hearts of many till date in our country, so much for the Macaulay-effect [see Chapter-2].

Jawaharlal Nehru (the first Prime Minister of present-day India), turned a Communist at heart after his visit to Soviet Russia, coined a new term for Communism, specifically for use in our country. He preferred to clothe Communism in Indian context, as Secularism.

Nehru, probably, was very far-sighted. He might have anticipated that one day Communism would be looked down upon, because the farce it truly is! So, he took due precautionary measures beforehand. This is how Communism lives well and flourishes even today, in our country, but in the disguise of Secularism, and enjoys very significant intellectual support.

His legacy goes on and so does the power game and that should tell you, why these FakeSecularists are only anti-Hindoo

Though they call themselves Secular, these CommunistMarxists are primarily anti-Hindoos. It is not the religion of Hindooism that makes them anti-Hindoo. It is the power game that drives them so hard against Hindoos.

They have illegitimately acquired (over past 50 years of Nehru dynasty after ChristianBritish left) an upper hand over the Hindoos, and they do not want to give it up.

Christians and Muslims are not immediate threat to their power-hold and therefore, they perceive Hindoo community as their number one enemy, but being cunning to the core they do not make their feeling public.

Instead, they continue to pose as the guardians and teachers to the Hindoo community, carrying Hindoo names on their shoulders, and thus remain the unidentified enemy of the Hindoo community.

Now, Hindoos have started getting a feel of their cunning game plan, but yet majority of the Hindoos are quite oblivious of their game. Indian Seculars take side of Muslims and Christians in every illegitimate case against the Hindoos [details: Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation and Ayodhya Shri Raam Mandir facts that did not reach you all].

Their strategy is very simple. They would fight these smaller enemies later; first the bigger one has to be defeated with combined efforts of the three.

And why do they consider Hindoos their enemy number one? They have understood it very well that Islam (through its thousand years of genocide) and Christianity (with its two hundred years of world’s worst ever Inquisition in Goa and surrounding areas, followed by Macaulayite conspiracy to wipe out Hindoo education system and Hindoo culture), could not obliterate Hindooism. Hindooism has proven to be the toughest opposition for Communism to overcome, and therefore, Hindooism has been their primary target.

Now, this may sound harsh but I have come to the conclusion, and that too for good reasons, that Christianity strangles all other religions; and this process of strangling is slow, widespread and decisive

If only Prof. Meo had an alternative but, unfortunately, had none! This is because, wherever Christianity has its stronghold, it strangles all other religions. It does not allow any other religion to survive. This is the reason that now, finally after 2,000 years; Italy has declared itself a non-Christian State.

Prof. Meo, finally, found an alternative but probably very late in life. It was through BhagavadGeeta. And, that is what took me to Italia (they do not call it Italy, probably they do not feel themselves British slaves in their minds).

If only Christianity had known something about the existence and nature of God, it would not have strangled other religions.

Strangle has been defined by Oxford Dictionary as “squeeze or constrict the neck of (a person or animal), especially so as to cause death” [p1836]. From my choice of this word ‘Strangles’, please do not think that I am over-reacting. Hope you have realized by now that Christianity did strangle other religions, after studying the documentary evidence I have presented in this work, starting from the ‘Past’ till the ‘Present’, with due analysis of such evidence in my own way.

This process of strangling, however, has been so slow (yet so decisive) that, with naked eyes, it has been hardly visible, unless you have had the vision to see through the outer cover.

This process of strangling has been so widespread (geographically) that its intensity has hardly been felt acutely enough by a substantial mass of people, at a given point of time, that they could feel compelled in their own minds to put all their might to resist this strangling.

And yet, this slow-motion widespread process of strangling has been so decisive that it has generated irreversible impact on the humanity over past two thousand years of its slow poisoning.

Have you ever wondered, why less than 3% people attended church in Italy, the birthplace of Christianity, where every day lunch time for an hour you see the drooping face of Pope John Paul II, and despite that Italians have kicked Christianity out?

A good part of Europe finally rejected Christianity because it strangles the religion itself. Probably this is the reason why a few years ago, statistics indicated that less than 3% of Italian population visited Christian churches. Prof Meo was no exception!

It happened where Christianity was born some 2,000 years ago. How it was born is a different story altogether, not the story you have been told so often, but the story that had been deliberately (and fraudulently) withheld from you. And when the evidence came in form of archaeological findings of 1947, the Vatican kept a lid on it for almost 45 years using its money and influence. You will learn of that story from us very soon [details: see next titles or a brief overview in Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation]. When it became known, a major part of the mass media refrained from bringing it to public knowledge. Whose influence and whose money was at work is a different question?

That happened because Italians finally realized that Christianity strangulates not only other religions, but also the religion itself

Oxford Dictionary defines Strangulation as ‘the action or state of strangling or being strangled’ [p1836]. We have demonstrated through this work, and we will demonstrate through a series of books that will follow hereafter, that Christianity possesses an innate quality of strangulating “the religion itself”. For, it is no religion in its standard sense. As we have witnessed through the pages of this book, it is a system of Imperialistic Politics and Financial Racketeering in disguise of religion. This is why Christianity strangulates the religion itself!

To understand Christianity better, it would be necessary for you to learn the lesser known facts about the origin and creed of Christianity, its formative period through which it steadily grew, the intrinsic qualities it acquired as it grew stronger and stronger. Part of this you have already learned from this work, and a lot more will come to you from other works. Christianity that we generally know of, and Christianity that it truly is; are two different things altogether. Much the same way, as an elephant has different teeth to show (tusks) and different teeth to eat.

And behind this remains the fact that the torch-bearers of Christianity know nothing of existence and nature of God, and that is the precise reason why they love bloodbath and financial racketeering so much, and God is only their showpiece

No one might come forward to support my theory that Christianity knows nothing of God and more importantly, it is incapable of knowing anything about the existence and nature of God. Such a weird theory could not be presented without adequate supporting evidence. Therefore, it imposes on me the responsibility to demonstrate that the torchbearers of Christianity know nothing of the existence and nature of God, except that they make false claims and often use fraudulent means to achieve their objectives.

Oxford Dictionary describes [p1955] torch-bearer as ‘a person who leads or inspires others in working towards a valued goal’. In this context, attaining God is the valued goal, and persons who lead or inspire other Christians are Christian Popes, Christian Saints, Christian Archbishops, Christian Cardinals, whose characters we have already witnessed and will witness later.

Why is it so important to first understand them, and their hidden characters as supported by their actions? It is because, the character they themselves possess, is the character they pass on to their followers. Their thinking shapes the thinking of their followers, and we have seen plenty of evidence in the actions of their followers too, through this work and we will see more in other works. I cannot point finger at them without having enough supporting evidence. Evidence: that is what I have been presenting, and I am going to present through these writings. The evidence is so voluminous that even if I were to attempt at making it brief (yet sufficiently intelligible), I cannot possibly contain them in one book. So, you have to continue your journey with me further, if so far I have been able to arouse your interest through this introductory work.

Now, let us change the subject and look at those champions of Hindooism who claim Hindooism is not a religion but a way of life, and while parroting this slogan they don’t bother to look at the dictionary definition of religion; let us also examine what prompts them to do this, and where Christianity and Communism fit in this game

Religion has been described by Oxford Dictionary as “the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods” [p1567]. Hindooism has every ingredient of a religion. It believes in a superhuman power. It worships superhuman power. It believes in personal God. It worships personal God. It believes in gods. It worships gods.

“Hindooism is not a religion. It is a way of life!”. I have often heard this statement from learned Hindoos, as well as from Hindoo spiritual gurus. First, it is untruth (that Hindooism is not a religion), as we have seen from the dictionary definition of religion. Second, it reveals the inferiority complex among these learned and the gurus, when they try to explain Hindooism is not a religion, as if it were a crime to be part of a religion!

In effect, they try to juggle with words for establishing that they are part of Hindooism because it is not a religion. They try to run away from the word ‘religion’ as if it were a derogatory term and they could simply not be part of something so untouchable as a ‘religion’ if Hindooism were to be a religion. This brings the compulsive urge in them to defend Hindooism as a way of life, an expression that they only understand, not the ordinary human beings who gather to listen to these learned men and women!

This inferiority complex among Hindoo learned people and gurus is the result of consistent propaganda by FakeSecularists (under cover Indian CommunistMarxists) on purpose. Communism grew from the lands of Christianity (England and Germany; Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, both Germans, with English connections; Marx resident in England from 1849; Engels’s own writings include The Condition of the Working Classes in England in 1844; Oxford Dictionary, p1137, p611). Witnessing the ills (exploitative nature) of Christianity, Communist gurus came to the erroneous conclusion that ‘all’ religions are bad, per se.

In India, undercover CommunistMarxists had a political agenda. They had come to be known as the guiding intellectuals to the supposedly ignorant Hindoo masses. So, they took upon themselves the task of educating these supposedly ignorant Hindoo masses that ‘religion’ is a dirty word. Their messiah Jawaharlal Nehru and his daughter Indira Gandhi pampered these CommunistMarxist intellectuals with a view to advancing their own political ambitions. In all, this whole lot of supposedly respectable men and women cheated Indian Hindoo masses. The learned Hindoos and gurus, who did not have the ability to see through this whole game or, who did not have the courage to challenge those rogues, meekly surrendered to this state of affairs, and found a via media, in form of this brilliant idea that Hindooism is not a religion but a way of life. This was essentially an escapist attitude!

Those who say this, they tend to argue that the Sanskrit term Dharm and the English term Religion are not synonymous. As English has no word that can explain Dharm, people have chosen Religion for Dharm. This is true because Dharm is a term of much wider import, and it needs to be understood very carefully [see BhagavadGeeta in Today’s Context]. But that does not justify saying Hindooism is not a religion. Remember that you are making a statement in English language using the English word ‘religion’ and therefore, you must accept the dictionary definition of that word.

Those who will listen to you will remember the slogan ‘Hindooism is not a religion’ and repeat it proudly to many others. This is how you will be compounding the erroneous statement ‘Hindooism is not a religion’. It would be a wrong statement, and an untrue statement. You need to understand that Hindooism is first a religion, and then much more than religion. I have heard and read over and again this statement, Hindooism is not a religion. I have heard this from men and women who are supposed to be learned. The slogan must have caught their fancy, and they keep parroting it, without caring to find out what is the meaning of English word Religion. Listening this slogan from such so-called learned people, many common people also find it fashionable to repeat the same.

But, behind all this slogan-mongering remains the feeling that religion is something bad, and Hindooism is above it. This attitude is bad; religion is not bad. Religion is a human necessity; it irrigates human soul; without it the soul will die.

If we understand the meaning of the term religion as it is supposed to mean in the English language, then we must stop saying, “Hindooism is not a religion”. Why do we need to find shelter under such pretext? Is it because, religion has become such a dirty word in India? Just because these Communist-Marxist-FakeSecularist (who denounce religion) ruled over the intelligentsia of India for about fifty years of Nehru dynasty, must all learned Hindoos raise hands and give up? Do we have no intelligence of our own? Must we start defending Hindooism under such explanations, as “Hindooism is not a religion”? Why we run away from the truth? Why must we feel so impotent in our own minds, that we have to defend ourselves under such self-deceptive slogans as, Hindooism is not a religion; it is a way of life?

It is high time that we start having some self-respect for our own ability to understand dictionary definitions of English terms, and stop defending Hindooism by calling “It is a way of life!”. May be it is, but why play with words? Why say it is not a religion, when it is essentially a religion? There is no need for you to be ashamed that Hindooism is a religion. Rather, you should be proud that it is the best religion on the face of the earth today. It is a religion par excellence, provided you understand Hindooism.

What do you try to achieve by saying such things as, Hindooism is a way of life? Are you trying to impress the masses with your intelligent interpretation of Hindooism or with your fancy slogans? By all means do that if that makes you feel good, but don’t tell them, Hindooism is not a religion! That would be a lie. Hindooism teaches you to be truthful.

Why do you do all this? Is it because Christianity and Islam are understood to be religions, and therefore, we must separate our identity from religion by saying “Hindooism is not a religion”? These are self-deceptive approaches. They are good for intellectual luxury but they don’t gel with masses. Don’t fool yourself saying that, Hindooism is not a religion. If you must separate yourself from Christianity’s image as a religion, try to understand that it is Christianity, which is not a religion, but is a system of imperialistic politics and financial racketeering, under the guise of religion. And, in that respect, Hindooism is different from a religion that kinds of Christianity claim to be.

It seems that (a) you do not have guts to tell that Christianity is not a religion, and (b) you do not want to equate Hindooism with Christianity by calling both as religions. So, you try telling Hindooism is not a religion. You are going in a round about manner. Hindooism teaches you to respect truth. Do not insult that teaching by trying to take shelter under false impressions and intellectual luxury like “Hindooism is not a religion”. Masses understand Hindooism as a religion, and Hindooism is a very good religion. To me, it is the best religion, if you understand what Hindooism is. Instead of understanding yourself, and making others understand it well, many of you start defending Hindooism. Why such low esteem of yourself and of your religion? Is it because of your ignorance about your own religion and the true meaning of the English word religion, or is this because of your mental impotence that you feel uncomfortable about challenging those Christians (who taught you for six generations now), and also those Communist-Marxist-FakeSecularist (who have now taken the reign of your self-respect)?

I have noticed another such self-deceptive declaration. Some say, I do not believe in religion, I believe in spirituality. Now, let them describe what this spirituality is, that they believe in? They want to play with the words, OK, let us see the dictionary meaning of spirituality, and try to understand them who believe in spirituality, but at the same time do not believe in religion! Spiritual has been described by Oxford Dictionary as “of or relating to religion or religious belief” [p1794]. The same dictionary indicates that Spiritual is the adjective and Spirituality is the noun. Now let these smart ones explain, what do they believe in ‘spirituality’ that they do not believe in ‘religion’ and how do they distinguish the two? They want to show, they are above the masses that believe in religion! They are fooling themselves.

And that takes us to the next question, why should Hindoo live with self-defeating emotions, and for how long?

I am not interested in apologizing for Hindooism. Nor am I interested in defending Hindooism. To my mind that is not at all necessary.

A Hindoo has lived long enough under the spell of self-condemnation and self-defeating emotions.

There is no need for all that non-sense. This has happened because of the Christian education over the six generations. The spell of that education can break only when we see the true face of Christianity. I am willing to walk you through that process, but it is you who has to decide, if you are serious about it, or your interest is casual.

Those who have been pointing fingers at Hindooism for past few centuries, and those who are responsible for systematically destroying the morale of Hindoos - it is the time to point fingers back at them. Those who evaluate Hindooism and sit on judgment, it is time to evaluate them, and show them their true worth.

If pen is mightier today than sword, then let it be my weapon. I have arrived at this conclusion (that Christianity knows nothing of God and is incapable of knowing anything about the existence and nature of God) only after studying the innate character and conduct of the leaders and guides of Christianity, which involved a year-long intensive research and several thousand hours of continuous work on the subject, the findings of which have already been documented in several books that may appear in print one-by-one during coming months. I have, and I shall, demonstrate this by drawing the real life incidences of Christian Popes, Christian Saints, Christian Archbishops, Christian Cardinals, and the huge array of those Missionaries who use money power to create a false image of God, and that money is often amassed by questionable means and from questionable sources. This book and the next book (and also few other books that will come soon after) deal with the true life incidences of these leaders and followers of Christianity, which have a direct correlation to the teachings of Jesus and Moses, the founders of Christianity. What you have already read in my first book Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation can at best be described as the tip of the iceberg, and now you will have an in-depth exposure.

Here we shouldn’t loose sight of the fact that, it is not so easy to come out of Macaulay spell; to admit the truth, it took me a long journey and intense research to shatter my own preconceived notions

Interestingly, my impressions were not same a year ago [note: different parts of this book have been written in different stages] when I met Prof. Meo, who did not speak often about Christianity, probably because I did not take much interest in it, at that time. During my 21-days stay in Venezia, total number of sentences spoken by the professor on the subject of Christianity may not have exceeded twenty-one. And yet, they left some lasting impressions on my subconscious. Let me admit that those impressions did not enlighten me on the subject of Christianity. They did not enlighten me because I did not ask right questions seeking proper clarifications. I did not ask questions because I did not fully believe in them in the first place [as you may not believe in me right now, until you have completed your journey with me]. For instance, “throwing live humans into huge vessels of boiling oil” - that could not have been true, I thought at that point of time. Popes and his men are the epitome of peace, love and service to humanity. That is what I had been told all along. At that time, I knew nothing of The Inquisitions [see Chapter-2]. And, their Messiah Jesus gave his life away for the sin of others! This is what I had been told or taught. At that time, I did not know that story was also fraudulently imposed on our mind. The archaeological findings of Dead Sea Scrolls (Qumran Texts) have questioned the very historicity of Jesus, and the Vatican made every possible effort to keep those evidences out of public knowledge for almost half-century, in spite of the fact that centuries ago Pope Leo X (1513-21) had admitted this by saying, “It has served us well, this myth of Christ”. As we will discuss these things in subsequent books, you will see that the very foundation of Christianity is based on fraud and deception, and it has been repeated over and again through the centuries, and till date, so much so that it has become the second nature of Christianity as a religion and that of its followers [and we will demonstrate that]. You would be wondering at this point, if I were totally out of my mind? Whatever, I am saying here; nothing seems to corroborate with whatever images you carry. Well, why you, I too carried the totally opposite images, and would have entertained none of these (I would have summarily dismissed that someone was talking sheer non-sense).

That brings me to the next question. How did I manage to carry such an impression when Professor Meo, born in Italy (the place of birth of Christianity), happened to have carried a totally opposite image of that religion? Well, believe it or not, the kind of newspaper we read, the kind of school we go to, can do wonders with the type of impressions we carry. No wonder, The Times of India does a great job in this respect (later through my writings I shall quote you examples from TOI), a newspaper that I (foolishly) admired for most of my life and until a year ago! Besides that, part of my education had intermittently taken place in missionary primary school, missionary secondary school and then Christian college but fortunately not throughout, and that may possibly be the reason that, today, I am able to see both sides of the coin. This could have been the reason that, while in Venezia, I wasn’t quite interested in digging out, as to what had gone wrong with the ‘service-to-humanity brand’ religion. With enormous money power, backed by mass media repeated exposure, Christianity has well established a brand for itself, that is, the ‘service-to-humanity oriented religion’. The truth, however, is just the opposite, and you will yourself witness ample evidence of it through my works.

As humans we all tend to continue with the images that we carried all along. Generally we do not like to change our notions, particularly at a late age like that of mine, unless we are shaken up thoroughly. Despite these limitations, I could not avoid listening with half-belief occasional outpourings of my host. What little I heard was adequate to leave a few nagging questions in my mind. They were to stay there, somewhere in the back corner of my mind, until I returned home.

After my return, I did start my research but not directly into Christianity because, as yet, it hardly mattered to me whether it was a good religion, a bad religion, or a lousy religion, or no religion at all. My research was primarily oriented towards Hindooism the reasons for which, I have already explained to you in my earlier book Ayodhya Shri Raam Mandir facts that did not reach you all under the section This is how it all began. Therefore, I am avoiding its repetition here. During the course of my research on Hindooism, I happened to stumble on material connected with Christianity that, in turn, compelled me to have a deeper look into the roots of this religion.

I adopted a particular approach in selection of my research material. First I read a couple of books of each author to arrive at a conclusion about the integrity of the author. If you have the right intuition, you might be able to get a feel of the inner character of the author, as reflected through his or her works. This integrity was of crucial importance to me because I was to later rely on the work of those people for drawing my source material. My interpretation of such material may not be same as that of the authors I consulted, but the material itself, as the source of historical facts, should not be questionable - that was my primary concern. This is where the selection of authors became relevant.

I have already described in great detail the basic thrust behind my all these works. I am skipping all that here. But to understand and appreciate my objective fully, a serious reader will need to go through these books sequentially, as they are connected by an invisible chain, which will become gradually visible as, we will progress through the series that I am presenting to you here.

Now it is time that we start recognizing these two Aasuric religions, and you need to understand why do I call Communism a religion though the perception may be that they are anti-religion

It will be very necessary to understand well the hidden character of Christianity before we can begin to comprehend its conclusive role in bringing down the image of Hindooism that we witness today. This and some of the subsequent books will focus on this topic. Christianity’s latent character is very different from the one that is portrayed today, particularly in our country.

Communism is understood by us in India as something very different from its true inner character. In reality, present form of Communism-in-practice is an advanced version of Christian character, one with a further refinement, but in an especially cunning way. This statement may surprise many and it may be treated as absurd, in the first place. Well, it would be for those with necessary patience, who would want to complete the journey with me, to appreciate why I chose to say so.

At some point of time, through my works I shall clarify this issue, establishing a sequential chain of developments from Christianity to Communism, imbibing certain basic traits, finally to acquire a different character and identity. For this, we may have to examine from where Communism arose, what were the value system of those who evolved this concept of Communism, and similarly, what were the values (from childhood till adulthood) of those who adopted it. Our past always haunts us even if we acquire a different identity and ideology!

Understanding the hidden character of these two religions is an absolute necessity before we can begin to comprehend the true reason behind their attitude towards Hindooism, and the significance of their role in bringing down the image of Hindooism, where it stands today.

Let us not get carried away by few White men and women who embrace Hindooism or countable few Westerners who write favorably about Hindooism. Our self-esteem has stooped so low that we easily begin to gloat over such limited appreciation, and tend to assume an inflated sense of worth from a small pat on the back. When that happens, we tend to turn complacent and in the process, we loose our fighting spirit. This complacence has been one of our great inner enemies that have robbed us of the needed vigil against onslaught of Aasuric religions. The use of the term Aasuric is not out of vengeance. I have, and I shall, demonstrate it with plenty of real life examples throughout this book and other books that will follow. The chapter-2 has presented you with excellent examples of the Aasuric character of their Leaders and chapter-1 has presented to you the Aasuric character of their Creed.

I have mentioned above ‘these two religions’ while referring to Christianity and Communism. Most of you may want to remind me that Communism is anti-religion per se and therefore, it cannot be called a religion. Here again, understanding the true nature of Communism would help in viewing how much of a religion it is in itself, though a religion of not the usual order. It has all the negatives that a so-called religion may have, and that too in a rather accentuated degree, because here men and women try to play God; at the same time, it practically has no positives that a good religion may have to offer to the humanity.

Religion has been described by Oxford Dictionary as “the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods” [p1567].

In Communism, the Party takes the position of the superhuman controlling power, and those few who control the party, assume the position of the personal God or gods. This is why, Communists treat God as a historical concept, having assumed the position of gods themselves, rewriting the history by their whims and fancy, only to learn in the long run that they were nothing but a bunch of over-confident fools!

Finally, I have a task on hand, that is, exposing those who discredited Hindooism through the course of past few centuries; they have turned it into an intellectual game, so let it be a war on intellectual level

In the course of our work, we will need to examine in-depth the character of those who conspired over centuries to discredit Hindooism, particularly Christian missionaries and Communists wearing the mask of secularism. In the process, it will become necessary to examine:

At each stage, we may need to ask ourselves many a questions that will give us a different meaning to what we have so far been taught and made to believe in.

Fundamentally, this would be akin to auditing and re-interpreting the history afresh without relying on past interpretations. Neither trusting nor distrusting whatever we may have been taught so far, but to look at the whole thing afresh...

My basic professional training as an auditor may come handy as you will come to notice. Evidence before conclusion will be the hallmark of my approach throughout. However, in a literary work of this kind it may not always follow that sequence of presentation. In other words, you may not always find it look like a drab thesis, first enlisting the evidences and then the conclusions. At times you will find the presentation of material not strictly in that order. And yet, you will always find that disregard the sequence of presentation, always the conclusions are duly supported by evidence. For example, this was to be the introductory section, in the very beginning of this book, titled This is how it all began, where you were to find conclusions but no evidence in particular. Then, as you were to proceed with first chapter and continue thereafter, you were to find more space covered by hard evidences and their necessary analytical interpretations, but not so much space dedicated to conclusions, where conclusions were to be the natural outcome of those analytical interpretations. However, later I changed my mind and shifted this section towards the end, where you find it now. This is because I like to go straight to the subject without plenty of preamble.

But before we proceed, we need to be cautious of this Hindoo love for self-deceptive nobility, which defeats all such ventures

Millions of viewers watch television every morning. One Mahaaraaj (name deliberately withheld, but you can identify him if you happen to follow his speeches) speaks to his audience every morning. He speaks many good things about Hindooism. On occasions he quotes Jesus. Twice I overheard him say exactly opposite of what Jesus had said. He quoted Jesus but did not give reference from Bible, so no one could verify if what he was quoting was true. As I happened to have known what Jesus had said in those contexts, I knew what this Mahaaraaj spread amongst his millions of viewers was an untruth, most likely out of his ignorance about Christianity and probably out of his desire to reveal his big-heart that he holds respectful attitude towards all religions. This is one particular kind of self-deceptive nobility we Hindoos are quite fond of engaging from time to time.

This Mahaaraaj has a large following and one of the web-site claims it to a billion (which is quite absurd because then, every Hindoo on this earth would be his follower, and that simply cannot be true, and I think the guy who wrote it got confused between Crore and Billion, which differ by one zero), and his loyal followers will not like my comments. But they need to realize that I am not hitting out at an individual. The individual happens to be real-life example, as I do not like to base my statements on fiction.

What they need to realize is that I am targeting a tendency amongst we Hindoos. That tendency is to make ourselves feel big-hearted, encompassing all religions with open arm. There is nothing wrong in doing that. What is wrong is over-doing it. We do it (welcome all religions open-hearted) but we do not care to learn their true innate characters. As a result, the history is witness that we have been backstabbed and enslaved.

Now, there is no glory in being so naive. It harbors to the extent of being foolish. And that is what, we not only have been doing but still love to do it. Our Hindoo preachers, in particular, are affected by this fever of self-imposed greatness, and they love to spread this contagious disease on a regular basis.

Again, you won’t agree with me at this stage, and that is quite fine. I need to walk you through historical evidence before I can expect you to believe in what I am saying. Simply file in the back of your mind, those of my comments that you do not seem to agree, do not rubbish them, walk with me through my research, and I can assure you that you will be reminded yourself of these comments, when evidence appears, in subsequent sessions.

Probably, based on such untruths being repeated over and again, by our own people, I had lived under the mistaken belief that Christianity is a religion of love for humanity. But then I had not studied the teachings of Bible myself. I only relied upon those who spoke for it with vested interest, or spoke of it with ignorance.

I had also not realized that the things could be made to look like what they are actually not, by using the enormous power of money and mass media. Today’s media is cheap; it focuses on what would sell well for money. Most part of present day journalism revolves around marketing a product that is the newspaper or magazine or a television channel or whatever. Upholding the truth is last of their concerns.

Let us return to our base theme and try to understand that secularists mistakenly rejected religion, when they actually wanted to reject Christianity

Secularism was born in Europe. They saw and understood well the evils of Christianity. They had known only one religion, Christianity. So, they rejected religion, when they actually wanted to reject Christianity. They thought religion is bad.

The problem with Secularists is that they did not know that there existed an enlightened religion like Hindooism. They had heard of Hindooism but in lot derogatory sense. They had not known that Christianity had deliberately presented that image of Hindooism to Europeans. It is the specialty of Christianity that it tries to eliminate all other religions by hook or crook. As a result, Secularists did not look for an alternative in Hindooism.

Without religion, their life became dry and they faced different kind of problems that they did not anticipate. They had thought that removal of religion from their lives would eliminate all their woes. But the human life, as it is, needed to be filled with something else in place of religion.

Here started their experimentation. And as we know, any experimentation, particularly that with human lives and believes take long time to find settling and dependable solutions.

Communist-Marxists mistakenly believed, and continue to believe, or at least show that they believe, that economic compulsions are pivotal to all human needs; at the base of it, the fact remains that they have such a hypothetical and superficial understanding of life-phenomenon itself

As for Communism, it was born again from those who had a Christian base. Remember Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels? Both were from Christian-Germany and both had Christian-England connection.

Unlike Secularists, they formed a definitive, though hypothetical, concept of life based on economic compulsions of human race.

In attempting to bring it fully into effect, and impose on humanity as the only solution to the evils of religion, they unknowingly invited the worst of the monsters humanity had known, to monitor the ill-conceived theory of Communism.

They had well understood the evils of Christianity, but they misunderstood the goodness of Hindooism, which was deliberately misrepresented to them by Christianity.
Beware of Christianity and Communism. These two are bigger threat than Islam. While Islam can physically wipe out a good part of Hindoo population, Christianity and Communism together can totally destroy the entire Hindoo clan morally and ethically!

By Communism, I am not referring to Communist Party members. They are the visible ones and can be dealt with. The mischief makers are the hidden ones. They carry Hindoo names on their shoulders. You think of them as Hindoos. They come in different variety; film makers, media personalities, economists, historians, jurists, etc.; they call themselves professionals. They assume different identities for themselves; Secularist, Marxist, reformers, thinkers, intellectuals, etc. Fairly impressive crops have been raised during Nehru dynasty. They pose as the guides to the Hindoo society, though they have no basic understanding of what Hindooism is. Inside their mind, many of them are infected with CommunistMarxist thought process. These people are pretty contagious. Their masks are not often easily penetrable!

Now, to our friends who say, if we want to advance, we must have peace; so ask yourself what is your starting point and what is your destination

You want to advance, don’t you? Do you know exactly what kind of advancement are you looking for? ‘From where’ do you want to Advance? ‘To where’ do you want Advance? ‘How’ do you want to Advance?

Well, this is where you were before

“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 Hindoos 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.” Sir Thomas Munro, the eminent Governor of Madras

And, this is where you have landed

You have lost all that, nothing remains of it any more. With the help of Christian and Communist Education systems, you know by now, where you have landed. Now, with their help how ‘far’ do you want to go? Or, let us put it this way. With their help how ‘low’ do you want to go? It is for you to decide...

Who am I to question you? Yet, I want to put finger into your eyes and show you, what have you fallen in love with! They say love is blind, well; you can stay in love with Christian and Communist education systems until you are ruined...

Before you go any further, have you thought this over: what are you benchmarking yourself against, when you claim that knowledge of English is your strength?

You keep gloating at your knowledge of English, and say the knowledge of English is our strength. Look, how much American Information Technology and Call Center business that we’ve bagged. It is all due to our proficiency in English.

Don’t you see what are you measuring yourself against? You are benchmarking American business as the measure of your success. What better example do you need for exhibiting your mental slavery?

When will you learn that this is exactly what Christian Macaulay had wanted? The only difference is that now you look up to ChristianAmerica, instead of ChristianBritain...

By all means, learn English but not to turn mental slaves. Instead, use your understanding of English to see through their speech, action and motives.

You know it pretty well that in today’s world there are many Asian and European nations, who do not care for English and yet they are able to challenge the English speaking world, technologically and economically, both ways. This should tell you that English is not essential in today’s world. And you know that English was not essential in earlier days too, as we ourselves were technologically more advanced [see Chapter-2] and wealthier than rest of the English speaking world [and, if we are not so today, it is also because of English, not the language but the people, who cheated us and made us poor, Chapter-2].

Therefore, you know that if you need English, it is only for maintaining your own supremacy over non-English speaking people of your own nation. You also know that amongst those non-English speaking people, there are many more than you in number, who are intellectually and administratively superior to you, but they are behind you only because they cannot express themselves in English. It is not in the national interest but in your personal interest that you are advocating for English at the cost of national interest.

When you gloat over those little praises from white people, think if these are the right reasons for patting your own back

Handful few white skins become Hindoo, or praise Hindooism, and you all start gloating over the feel that how great Hindooism is! Don’t you notice, what are you measuring Hindooism with?

Must Hindooism be benchmarked against the acknowledgment or adoption by few Christian born white skins? Here I am not letting down those Christian born white skins but putting finger into your eyes and showing you that this is ‘not’ the right reason to be patting your own back...

Yes, I have quoted testimonies of those Christian white men like Max Muller and others because, your problem is that you will accept it as truth only when they say it; for, they have brainwashed you so well through their Christian missionary education system that if I were to quote you some Hindoos, you wouldn’t simply want to believe them.

The time has come that you rise above this invisible mental slavery

Rise above this invisible mental slavery. Do not feel ashamed of this mental slavery because you haven’t acquired it by choice; it has been imposed on you by systematic conspiracy of the cunning ChristianBritish taking advantage of HindooIndian simplicity. And also understand that I am not inventing HindooIndian simplicity in defense of Hindoos, but it is they, those white foreigners, whom you hold in such great awe, it is they, who have given the testimony through their own documentation. Want to know more about it? Read my earlier title Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation Chapter-1.

It is for those of you, who tell me that conflict can only take us backwards, that I say this...

Some of you tell me, fighting can only take us backwards. Well, that depends on what you think, “backwardness is all about”?

Somewhat similar question Arjun had asked Bhagawaan Shri Krishn 5,000 years ago, when he was in a state of confusion and distress.

And what did Bhagawaan Shri Krishn tell him? And what did Arjun do? And what was the result?

You have been told, the result was nothing but whole lot of bloodshed at KuruKshetr. You have been told that 18 Akshauhini (4 million = 40 lakh) men lost their lives in 18 days.

Have you also been told that following the historic battle of MahaaBhaarat, dharm was reestablished?

You may have heard it, but did you believe in it? Do you know what does this exactly mean? What is reestablishing Dharm? How do you measure it?

How do you determine that Dharm was truly reestablished after eliminating the evil from the society? Do you understand how necessary it is to eliminate the evil, from time to time?

Have you read Chapter-1 of my earlier title Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation? Have you read the testimonies of Greeks, Arabs, Chinese, Italian, Muslims, and British? Have you noticed what they all found during 2,400 years about Hindoo society, without a trace of disagreement?

Did you realize how this extraordinary Hindoo system of Justice, Hindoo love for Truth, such Security of human lives, such honesty in business, such care for foreigners, such extraordinary character of the entire Hindoo society over 2,400 years consistently - how was this achieved and maintained all along - if not a better foundation was established following the battle of MahaaBhaarat? Think, my dear fellows, think!

Go back and look at your forgotten heritage. Go back and recognize your Roots. Don’t get fooled anymore by these Christians and Communist-Marxist-FakeSecularist who have taught you all along only to despise yourself.

Rediscover all your Strengths my fellow beings. Rediscover the Glory within you. Believe in your Past then alone you can recreate it!

For once, resolve to eliminate these who have fooled you all along. Another MahaaBhaarat will take you back there where you started 5,000 years ago of which evidence was available until early Nineteenth century, when they said:

“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 Hindoos 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.” Sir Thomas Munro, the eminent Governor of Madras

They did break your nation’s Backbone, as they conspired, in a matter of hundred and twelve years and today you have learned to worship them!

You will not be able to get back to there where you started once until you eliminate them all. MahaaBhaarat did the same; it was elimination of those who took the side of evil. Remember, that MahaaBhaarat was not a bloody war as you have learned to perceive. MahaaBhaarat was Dharm waging war against adharm'. In today’s context, Dharm represents what Sir Thomas Munro and many others (see Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation Chapter-1) testified. In this context, adharm' is the grand conspiracy that Lord Macaulay proposed and British Government implemented, about which such silence was maintained that most Hindoos do not even know about it till today.

However, remember that no MahaaBhaarat can ever be fought until you have an Arjun to fight that battle. And you know the truth of today that you have no Arjun to fight and no Bhagawaan Shri Krishn to show the way.

The day will come when Shri Naaraayan will descend, but must you do nothing till then? Do you have no responsibility of your own towards your Mother Earth?

Do you have no responsibility of your own towards Hindooism, which has once given you such humanity that none could compare!

So what is it that you are waiting for, and how long do you want to wait? This is not for me to ask you; this is for you to ask yourself today.

An Aquarian is born before Time. Present generation may not listen to him. But, future generations will!

A distant dream

Source — Page 217 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

Let there be a chain of schools, at every residential locality throughout India, so that children do not have to go far for their education. Let the children be taught in the local language so that they are able to think on their own.

Let the structure of education be designed in accordance with Hindoo life style and Hindoo value system, which had produced such extraordinary results and such stable behavior pattern that lasted for thousands of years [see Arise Arjun awaken my Hindoo nation Ch.1), until Macaulay conspiracy took over the reigns, and English-Christian Education system corrupted the whole environment thoroughly, and seemingly beyond repair. Let the Hindoo Education System be designed with due respect towards the knowledge of the ancients, and the accomplishments of Hindoo systems of Science [see Ch.2 Christianity in a different Light).

Visually phonetic approach to English spellings of Sanskrit terms

Source — Page 220 to 227 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication

[Note - The following portion has been scanned from the printed book and then machine converted using OCR technology and then copied to Word 2007, and finally pasted here. This multi-step process may have left some gaps within the text. This cautionary note is being given here to let readers know that such machine omissions can be expected]

Two slightly different approaches in different situations

At the beginning of this book, on page one, we have offered our prayers to Shri Ganesh and Ma Saraswati. Here we have strictly adhered to visually phonetic approach. Use of single-a and double-a clearly hints at emphasis needed. This was considered necessary because Sanskrit recitations are required to be clone with correct pronunciation. We did not want any doubt in readers mind with regard to short-a or long-a and therefore, we have frequently used double-a, despite the fact it might look a bit clumsy.

Such strictness is, however, not required in prose, and there fore, subsequently we have used a compromise approach. Let us discuss this in a little more detail.

Today everyone pronounces Yoga with an undue emphasis at the end, as if the tailing ‘a’ represented long ‘a’ of ‘arm’  Is it really spelt in Sanskrit script like that?

Let us take BhagavadGeeta printed in Sanskrit original. The title of each chapter ends with the term Yog. Let us look at how it is spelt in Sanskrit original. We will never find it spelt In Sanskrit with the syllable that represents the long ‘a’ of ‘arm’. The use of ‘a’ at the end of written word Yoga has made it fashionable to pronounce it in a distorted manner with an undue emphasis at the end.

This tailing ‘a’ misleads an unsuspecting reader

There seems to be a common impression that if ‘a’ appear at the end of any word written in English it is supposed to be indicative of long ‘a’ as in ‘arm People in India as well as in the Western world tend to pronounce Sanskrit terms like Yoga, Buddha, Dharma, Karma, Veda, Shiva, etc. with a long ‘a’ emphasis at the end.

Sanskrit has separate syllable for long ‘a’ of ‘arm’ and (vi short ‘a’ of ‘rural If we look at Sanskrit prints of Yoga, Buddha, Dharma, Karma, Veda, Shiva, we will never find them spelt with the syllable that represents long ‘a’ in Sanskrit.

Need to drop the tailing ‘a’ because a reader does not perceive it as short ‘a’ of ‘rural’, disregard whatever experts on transliteration might have wanted to convey. An average reader does not care for theory. It is the practical approach that people are interested in

A reader, who does not know how a word is printed in Sanskrit script, cannot be expected to know it by simply looking at the English spelling, which has a tailing ‘a’.

We can therefore, try to spell Sanskrit terms in English script in such a manner that by their look and feel, a reader is automatically prompted to pronounce them as close as ‘practically’ possible to the original intended pronunciation of Sanskrit.

This can be attained, to some extent, by dropping the tailing ‘a’ and leaving it as Yog, Buddh, Dharm, Karm, Ved, Shiv, etc. This could inspire pronunciation that might be called ‘relatively’ closer to short ‘a’ as in ‘rural’ than to long ‘a’ as In ‘arm’.

We need to give Sanskrit phonetic traditions the respect they deserve, and not distort them as is done en masse — today, thanks to the tailing ‘a’ hanging everywhere

Sanskrit language was developed through ages with considerable perfection and it has a phonetically scientific script. We need to give our original linguistic traditions the respect they deserve.

Those eyes that are now used to seeing Yoga, Buddha, Karma, Dharma, Sudra, Veda, Shiva, Krishna, Brahmin, Jnana, Yajna, etc. will soon become used to seeing Yog, Buddh, Karm, Dharm, adharm', Shoodr, Ved, Shiv, Krishn, Braahman, Gyaan and Yagya because these are simply matters of habit.

Such pronunciations may then come into practice over a period of time through repetition.

Krishna with an emphasis at the end is a female name, whereas Krishn without that emphasis is a male name, and we should know the distinction

Krishna is a female name and it was the name of Queen Draupadi. Hindoo girls have this name pronounced with an emphasis at the ‘a’ that appears in the end as if it were ‘a’ of ‘arm’.

Krishn is a male name and Hindoo boys are named so; it I. pronounced with no emphasis at the end for missing ‘a’.

We agree that God is beyond the distinction of male and female, and at His will, He can acquire any form, or no form, as He pleases. But when we use names for human forms these distinctions become relevant.

Hindoos treat Shri Krishn as an incarnation of God in human form. He was born in male form and was called Krishn, not Krishna. We would want to avoid ‘unintended distortion’ in His name which comes by use of Krishna pronounced with an emphasis due to the ‘a’ at the end.

If we print it as Krishn those who will see it will pronounce It as Krishn. But if we print it as Krishna those who see it will pronounce it as Krishna.

Present day Westerners are willing to use better pronunciation if only they are given better clues

Living in the West has brought me the awareness that In today’s world Westerners have been becoming increasingly conscious of pronouncing Eastern names the way Easterners themselves would want to pronounce.

It is up to us to take advantage of this growing consciousness and correct the situation by ourselves adopting correct pronunciations. That can be put in to practice when we ourselves start writing Sanskrit terms in English alphabet differently.

What do we mean by visually phonetic English spellings?

Vast majority of readers do not have the benefit of reading Sanskrit terms in original Sanskrit script. We can therefore, try to present Sanskrit terms in English alphabet in a manner that their look and feel prompts the reader to pronounce them as close as ‘practically possible’ to the Sanskrit’s original intended pronunciation. This can be called ‘visually phonetic’ approach to presenting Sanskrit terms in English.

We need to help our newer generations use better pronunciation of Sanskrit terms

Our newer generations do not have the benefit of learning Sanskrit terms by looking them at Sanskrit original script. Most English educated Hindoos today learn to pronounce Sanskrit terms by looking at their English spellings.

Use of visually phonetic English spellings for Sanskrit terms may help them understand ‘relatively’ correct pronunciation. Such pronunciations may then come into practice over a period of time through repetition.

Sanskrit text looks like Braahman ब्राह्मण — in Sanskrit script, it is not printed as Brahmin ब्रह्मिन — we should not distort it by pronouncing it as Brahmin ब्राह्मिन — and, that can happen only when we stop writing it as Brahmin

Sanskrit has three visually distinguishable different syllables for ‘i’ as in ‘pin’, short ‘a’ as in ‘rural’ and long ‘a’ as in arm’.

We are familiar with the English spelling Brahmin. If we look at original Sanskrit text for the word Brahmin we will not find it written with the Sanskrit syllable meant for ‘i’ of ‘pin’.

Braahman could, by its look and feel, inspire a pronunciation that might be called relatively closer to how it is written in Sanskrit syllable.

Yajna is very misleading because it leads to a funny pronunciation with ‘in’ as in ‘Jack’ and ‘Norman’

Readers unfamiliar with actual pronunciation of Yajna will tend to pronounce ‘jn’ as in ‘Jack’ and ‘Norman’ not knowing that this is not how it is intended it to be pronounced.

Yagya could be an alternative though readers looking at it will not know that ‘g’ is required to be pronounced with a nasal tone and the tailing ‘a’ needs to be pronounced like short ‘a’ as in ‘rural

Dropping the tailing ‘a’ will make it Yagy and readers will tend to pronounce it like ‘1’ as in ‘pin’ since that is how it will look to them.

Yagya with ‘a’ of ‘arm’, Yagy with ‘i’ of ‘pin’, Yajna with ‘jn’ of ‘Jack’ and ‘Norman’; all three are imperfect. Under the circumstances Yagya could become a better choice than Yagy and Yajna.

Jnana is equally misleading, and those who carry names like Swami Jnanananda, their names are pronounced in a very funny manner because that is how it looks to a reader in print. This is where we should stop using such theoretical approach to transliteration, and become a bit more practical

Readers unfamiliar with actual pronunciation of Jnana will tend to pronounce ‘Jn’ as in ‘Jack’ and ‘Norman’ not knowing that this is not how it is intended it to be pronounced.

Gyaan could be an alternative though readers looking at it will not know that ‘G’ is required to be pronounced with a nasal tone.

Gnyan won’t do any good because it would again suffer from the same problem, as an unsuspecting reader will tend to pronounce ‘Gn’ as in ‘God’ and ‘Norman’. This won’t bring us anywhere closer to the actual pronunciation. Besides, single ‘a’ in Gnyan will not convey to the reader if it is supposed to be short ‘a’ of ‘rural’ or long ‘a’ of ‘arm’.

Given these circumstances, best bet would be to take Gyaan, which would be a better choice than Jnana or Gnyan.

Look & Feel of the printed word is what matters to a reader. They do not start turning pages of a dictionary wherever they have to read a Sanskrit term written in English. We must learn to respect this natural human tendency when we design any approach to transliteration

It is necessary that spellings are not made unduly complex by adding ‘accent’ symbols/notations that dictionaries usually provide for its users, because most readers do not truly care to learn how those notations need to be pronounced, and they rarely check the dictionary for intended pronunciation.

Readers generally use their common sense judgment- to make up their mind as to how the written word ought to be pro- flounced from the very ‘look and feel’ of the printed word. We need to respect this natural human tendency.

Brahman ब्रह्मन is ‘practically’ no where found in BhagavadGeeta — we see only Brahm ब्रह्म everywhere, so here we will use Brahm ब्रह्म though Brahman ब्रह्मन is not incorrect

If we look at BhagavadGeeta that is printed in Sanskrit original we will find the word printed as Brahm, not as Brahman.

Source inspiration of all our work is from BhagavadGeeta. Brahm will be more appropriate than Brahman in our works.

Bhagavad Gita or Bhagavad-Gita or BhagavadGeeta? In Sanskrit script, it is written not as two separate words, but as a composite word, and without a hyphen. So why change it in English by inventing a variety?

Bhagavad Gita as two separate words without a hyphen creates the impression In reader’s mind that Bhagavad with ‘d’ and Gita are the two distinct words. The fact is Bhagavat with ‘t’ and Gita are two distinct words.

Bhagavad-Gita with a hyphen creates the impression in reader’s mind that Bhagavad with ‘d’ and Gita are the two distinct words that make one composite word Bhagavad-Gita. The fact is Bhagavat with ‘t’ and Gita are two distinct words that make one composite word BhagavadGeeta.

In Sanskrit original this composite word is not written with a hyphen; nor it is written as two separate words without a hyphen; it is written as one combined word BhagavadGeeta without a hyphen. We will therefore write it without a hyphen and as a composite word.

Geetaa or Gita? Let our approach be need based. Most people seem to pronounce Gita quite fine — so, why change what works — change is warranted where distortion invariably occurs, or where confusion arises

It is written with long ‘e’ in Sanskrit original, like Geetaa. Gita serves the purpose well, as it does not seem to offer any significant distortion looking at pronunciation habits of people.

We may want to look at the whole issue more as a need- based approach. Wherever we find significant deviation from original pronunciation caused by the way it is spelt in English, there we can look at alternative possible spellings. Elsewhere we can live with current approach. It is the phonetic integrity of a phonetically scientific language Sanskrit that we may want to protect wherever possible but with simplicity. Excessive complexity may defeat the very purpose.

Rama or Ram or Raam — Rama रामा pronounced with long ‘a’ emphasis at the end would mean in Sanskrit language a woman of low origin — Ram रैम is a common English word meaning a male sheep — these are not right address for Bhagawaan Shri Raam — why allow scope for confusion when Raam राम is available

Readers looking at Rama tend to pronounce it with an emphasis at the ‘a’ in the end, as if it were meant to be long ‘a’ as in ‘arm’.

Rama pronounced with long ‘a’ emphasis at the end would mean in Sanskrit language (a) a beautiful woman, a charming young woman (b) a beloved, wife, mistress (c) a woman in general (d) a woman of low origin (e) vermilion (f) Asa Foetida — Sanskrit English Dictionary, 1890, 2000, Vaman Shivram Apte, p468.

A woman of low origin — this will not be a proper address for a person whom Hindoos worship as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

Readers (if unfamiliar with actual pronunciation) looking at Ram without the tailing ‘a’ will tend to pronounce it as the common English word ‘ram’, which so pronounced would mean in English a 'male sheep'.

This unintended distortion can be avoided by use of spelling Raam.  

Kama or Kam or Kaam — distortion galore with Kama, confusion with Kam as Dam, why can’t we be practical and make it Kaam — all we need is to think a bit harder — it is not necessary that we must blindly follow those so-called experts in transliteration all the while

We all are familiar with how Kama is generally pronounced (कामा) by all concerned but then, we will be surprised if we were to look at Sanskrit print of this term, as we will not find it written with long ‘a’ as in ‘arm’ at the end of Sanskrit Kama (काम). This may tell us the need to remove the unintended distortion in its pronunciation.

Dropping ‘a’ at the end would leave Kam कैम that can lead to another confusion if it should be pronounced as 'dam' डैम.

Therefore, if we want to achieve the pronunciation based on how it is represented in Sanskrit script, we need to spell it as Kaam so it gets automatically pronounced as काम.

Proper blending of English & Sanskrit phonetic traditions is required because people tend to pronounce Sanskrit terms from the perspective of ‘their orientation’ in English

People from diverse backgrounds come in contact with Sanskrit terms through literature published in English, which provides a common platform to all readers.

They do not have direct contact with Sanskrit. They are exposed to Sanskrit terms through their appearance in English alphabet. Therefore, they tend to pronounce Sanskrit terms from the perspective of ‘their orientation’ in English. This necessitates proper blending of English and Sanskrit phonetic traditions.

We must not disrespect the needs and ignore the limitations of the end-user — we should not forget while designing any system of transliteration that it is meant not for linguists but for the masses  

It is not possible to present Sanskrit terms in English alphabet protecting their phonetic integrity ‘in totality’, but it is possible to respect the needs and limitations of the end-users.

We need to take cognizance of these needs and limitations while developing any system of transliteration.

Readers simply look at the word and then pronounce it by the feel that they get looking at it. The ‘look and feel’ of a foreign word when presented in English alphabet, therefore, becomes important to the end-user.

Quoted References

Source — Page 228 to 230 — 2nd edition — June 2004 publication
Re-quoted References

Goel, Sita Ram has quoted the following author:
Shourie, Dr. Arun, Missionaries in India, New Delhi, 1994

Kamath, MV has quoted the following author:
Adige, Veena, The Legend of Baba Amte, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, Book Review by MV Kamath published in The Free Press Journal, Mumbai edition, 9 November, 2003, Spectrum p6

Max Muller, Friedrich has quoted the following authors:
Mehren, Manuel de la Cosmographie du moyen age, traduction de Shems-ed-din Abou Abdallah de Damas, Paris, Leroux, 1874
Samuel Johnson, India

Niranjan Babu has quoted the following author:
MacDonnell, Prof., History of Sanskrit Literature

Srinivasan, Rajeev has quoted the following author:
Roberts, Paul William, The Empire of the Soul, Harper Collins, 1999

Ishwar Sharan has quoted the following authors:
Arunaachalam, M, article in Christianity in India: A Critical Study, Madras, 1979
David, MD, Western Colonialism in Asia and Christianity, Bombay, 1988
Encyclopedia Britannica, Fifteenth edition, Chicago, 1984
Firth, CB, An Introduction to Indian Church History, Madras, 1961
Goel, Sita Ram, History of Hindoo-Christian Encounters, New Delhi, 1989
Goel, Sita Ram, Papacy: Its Doctrine and History, New Delhi, 1986
Goel, Sita Ram, St. Francis Xavier: The Man and His Mission, New Delhi, 1985
Ide, Arthur Frederick, Unzipped: The Popes Bare All, Austin, Tex., 1987
Love, Henry, Vestiges of Old Madras, Delhi, 1988
McCabe, Joseph, The Testament of Christian Civilization, London, 1946
Murugesh Mudaliar, N, Arulmigu KapaleeswararTemple Mylapore, Madras, 1984
Nilakanta Shastri, KA, A History of South India, Madras, 1983
Price, J. Frederick, et al (tr.), The Private Diary of Aanand Ranga Pillai, 12 vols., Madras, 1904
Wells, HG, Crux Ansata: An Indictment of the Roman Catholic Church, Austin, Tex., 1981
Whiteway, RS, The Rise of Portuguese Power in India, London, 1899

Index

Index can be found in the physical copy of the book.

Further reading

Footnotes

what Hindoos must do - subsequent publications include Action Plan

Paraphrase - [with object] express the meaning of (something written or spoken or the writer or speaker) using different words, especially to achieve greater clarity Oxford Dictionary, p 1346]

[1] added to 3rd edition — Let me give you an example, though there could be plenty. These days (year 2004) Star Plus television channel telecasts every Thursday a serial Sara Aakaash. It is about an air force base equipped with latest fighter planes Sukhoi (?) and their pilots. Then they come to a kingly state situated at the border of India and Pakistan. The Minister adds ‘Satya ki Vijay ho (let the truth prevail)’ with every sentence he speaks. That establishes him as a Hindoo in viewers mind. He is the villain, a traitor to the nation, and an oppressor of poor villagers. He is also a plotter, manipulator. Then you have the Hindoo prince as arrogant, and cruel. The one who stands against them and defeats them is a girl with Christian name Monica, though she comes from a Hindoo Singh family. This Christianized-Hindoo is the patriot and a savior of the poor villagers. Those non-Christianized-Hindoos kingly characters (remember, kingly in today’s background!) are the oppressors, traitor, and archaic Hindoo-ritual bound people. Then, the heroine goes to Pakistan. All Muslims are in such love with her. Even a Muslim priest is benevolent to her. Pakistan Government and Indian Government are gaga in love with each other. Both jointly fighting the enemy terrorists. No mention, however, that these terrorists are created by Pakistan Government and funded and assisted by them all the while. This is how the public is fooled with make-believe stories. The message is loud and clear to the viewers. Hindoo rulers (mind you, in today’s environment of year 2004) with their archaic thoughts, as traitors and oppressors of Hindoo villagers. The messiah of simpleton villagers as the Christian educated Christian named heroine, who encourages villagers to revolt against the oppressor ruling class. Muslims so very loving towards Hindoos. Pakistan Government such a friend of India. The two governments fighting the common enemy, terrorist. This is how the images are created through use of media. For that, all you need is money, motive and those who can give it a shape. (Many more examples were added in 2008 edition). 

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