Tuesday, August 4, 2020

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Hindu temples

The monuments of love – 2

In this post, we shall talk about the real reminiscences of love, which have been to a large extent, forgotten by us, and at times, some were on the verge of getting destroyed.

Secular India, an anachronism

Secularism has destroyed the social and cultural fabric of India, because in our country its manifestation is the worst caricature of what Secularism is.

A Nandi that’s facing the wall

The original temple of Kashi was demolished by Aurangzeb and there was no Kashi Vishwanath temple for more than 100 years. Later in 1775, Ahalyabai Holkar built a new structure adjacent to Gyanvapi Mosque which we now worship as Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

मंदिर को नष्ट करके जमीन हडपने की साजिश

भारत में लगातार मुस्लिम, वामपंथी, कांग्रेस, ईसाई चर्च के द्वारा के द्वारा ये कोशिश की जा रही है की मंदिर पे कब्ज़ा करके उस जमीन को हथिया लिया जाये या उस मंदिर को मजार में बदल दिया जाये, जम्मू कश्मीर में 1 हज़ार से भी ज्यादा मंदिर तोड़े गए हैं और उसमे से बहुत को मुस्लिम स्थल में बदल दिया गया है।

आपको पता भी नहीं है और आपके मंदिरों को लूटने के षड़यंत्र रचे जा रहे हैं

मंदिर हमारी धार्मिक और आध्यात्मिक आस्था के केंद्र रहे हैं। सनातन धर्म की स्थापना में मंदिरों का योगदान सहस्त्राब्दियों से सर्वोच्च रहा है। ऐसे में हम कुछ दो चार पाखंडी वामपंथियों और विधर्मियों के हाथों अपने धार्मिक केंद्रों का नाश नहीं होने देंगे। हमें विरोध करना होगा।

How should ‘god step in?’

Those who are obsessed with the idea of HINDU temples donating their wealth, here are some points they should ponder upon. They may not say it again!

The after-effects of the Hindu Religious Endowments Act

From 1991, no religious and spiritual leaders are involved in maintenance and administration of the Hindu Temples and Charitable Endowments rather the Temple Management was taken over by the Government. But this was not the case with other religious buildings e.g. Mosques, Churches, Jain temples etc.

India has charted new territories with the Ayodhya verdict: What the future holds now for other temple causes?

It won't be too optimist to say that the majority don’t have to be the apologists anymore, even after being the victims for centuries.

Is India finally on the right side of history?

The Citizenship Amendment Bill addresses and acknowledges the historical wrongs committed against the Hindus. Finally, it appears that we are on the right side of history. However, as history has no end, we would need to keep learning lessons that can judiciously deal with the present and future.

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The hoax of Aryan invasion theory

It is unfortunate that many schools still teach the AIT not as a mere theory but as the truth.

Education and liberalism

Is it actually education that “makes” man liberal? Or is it the society and religion that “makes” him conservative?

Urdu script, colonial thoughts

The problem with the Urdu script is that it is not just a living reminder of the evils of invaders and slavers and worse, but it also interferes with the proper implementation of a Justice Delivery System in India, because it aims to place the delivery of Justice solely in the hands of those who can read Urdu script.

राम मंदिर निर्माण से राम राज्य की ओर

सच्चे लोकनायक के रूप में प्रभु श्री राम ने जन जन की आवाज को सुना और राजतंत्र में भी जन गण के मन की आवाज को सर्वोच्चता प्रदान की। राजनीति में शत्रु के विनाश के लिए कमजोर, गरीब और सर्वहारा वर्ग को साथ जोड़ कर सोशल इंजीनियरिंग के बल पर उस युग के सबसे बड़ी ताकत को छिन्न- भिन्न कर दिया। ज्ञात इतिहास में अनेकों पराक्रमी, परम प्रतापी, चतुर्दिक विजयी और न्यायप्रिय राजा हुए लेकिन सही शासन का पर्याय रामराज्य को ही माना गया।

Here is why Hindus must be happy with Muslim devotees expressing their will to attend the Bhūmi Pūjan at Ayodhya

Hindus must evolve from sensationalist proclivities to reason and objectivity, for only the tempered and equanimous shall lead the Hindus in this desired resurgence.

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