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The Day We See The Truth And Cease To Speak it, Is The Day We Begin To Die. MLK Jr.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Sikhism and Islam


Misconception;-
Sikhs are Muslims both have long beards, both have long hairs, both wear turbans, both have domes over their religious places.

Now the truth; There ends all the similarity;
Sikh History and Islam;
The 5th Guru Arjan was martyred by the Mughal ruler Jahangir on 16 May 1606 for refusing to convert to Islam. The reason for 5th Guru Arjun Dev Sahib's martyrdom is evidenced by an entry made in Jahangir's autobiography. "In Goindwal, on bank of river Beas lived a Hindu by the name of Arjun in the guise of a Pir Fakir (eminent mendicant). He not only persuaded many innocent Hindus, but some naive and ignorant Muslims also to be his devotees; and was loudly beating his drum to proclaim his pious eminence and closeness to the God. People called him guru and came from all directions to congregate around him. They (the Sikh Gurus) have operated this prolific business briskly for three to four generations. Often the idea had come to my mind to either put an end to this nefarious business or to convert him to Islam. I was totally aware of his scam so I ordered that he be arrested, brought before me, his children be turned over to Murtza Khan (Governor of Punjab), his property be confiscated and he should be tortured to death." He was asked to convert to Islam (wear a topi). He refused. He was then made to sit on a burning hot sheet while boiling hot sand was poured over his body. After enduring five days of unrelenting torture Guru Arjan was taken for a bath in the river. As thousands watched he entered the river never to be seen again.

The 9th Guru and his four companions were summoned into the council chamber of the Red Fort by Mughal Emperor, Aurangzeb. He was asked that he should embrace Islam.(by wearing topi). On the Guru's emphatic refusal, they were ordered to be imprisoned and tortured until they agreed to embrace Islam.

After a few days, On 9 November 1675 A.D, Guru Teg Bahadur and three of his companions Bhai Dayala, Bhai Mati dass and Bhai Sati Dass were produced before the Qazi of the city. The Qazi turned to Mati Das first and asked him to embrace Islam. He refused to do so. He was condemned to an instantaneous death. Mati Das while standing erect was tied between two posts. He was asked if he had any parting words, to which Mati Das answered, "I request only that my head be turned toward my Guru as I am executed." Two executioners placed a double-handed saw on his head. Mati Das serenely uttered "Ek Onkar" and started reciting the Japji Sahib, the great morning prayer of the Sikhs. He was sawn across from head to loins. It is said that even as the body was being sawn into two, the Japji continued to reverberate from each part until it was all over.
Thereafter Bhai Sati was asked to embrace islam or face death. Bhai Sati dass also refused (to wear topi) Dass Bhai Sati Das was wrapped in cotton and set to fire by the executioner. He remained calm and peaceful and kept uttering Waheguru, waheguru-, waheguru-, waheguru, Waheguru....

Then the Qazi pronounced his religious order that Bhai Dayala must either accept Islam or be prepared to embrace death by being boiled in a cauldron. Bhai Dayala refused. He was tied up like a round bundle and thrown into a huge cauldron of boiling oil. He was roasted alive into a block of charcoal. The Guru witnessed all this savagery with divine calm. Bhai Dyala was Rajput and Bhai Mati Dass and Bhai Sati Dass both were Brahims. 

The Guru was put in chains and ordered to be tortured until he would accept Islam. Refusing to do so, Guru Tegh Bahadur was beheaded at Chandni Chowk on 11 November 1675. Guru Tegh Bahadur is popularly known as "Hind Di Chadar". His head was carried by Bhai Jaita, a disciple of the Guru, to Anandpur where the nine-year old Guru Gobind Singh cremated it. (The gurdwara at this spot is also called Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib).The body, before it could be quartered, was stolen under the cover of darkness by Lakhi Shah Vanjara, another disciple who carried it in a cart of hay and cremated it by burning his hut. At this spot, the Gurdwara Rakab Ganj Sahib stands today. Later on, the Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib, was built at Chandni Chowk at the site of Guru’s martyrdom.

The two sons of 10th Guru Gobind, Zorawar (9 years old) and Fateh (7 years old) were offered safe passage if they became Muslims (wear a topi). Both refused, and so Wazir Khan sentenced them to death. They were bricked alive at Fatehgarh Sahib. Madhodas Bairagi, a Kashmiri Pandit (Dogra Brahim), commonly known as Banda Bahadur, defeated Mughal forces and beheaded Wazir Khan.

The 5th Sikh Guru Arjan Dev Ji was killed for being a Hindu. The 9th Guru jTeg Bahadur ji laid down his life along with his two Brahim companions for the freedom of Brahims to exercise their religion. hence, the Brahims gave a call that first born male of the Punjabi Hindu Family is given to the Sikh Panth to grow up as a highly skilled Warrior as protector of religious freedom and pacifist Hindus.

Islam prevailed over Sikhs during a short period prior to 1984 when they gave weapons to a fringe group of Sikhs to attack and take control of Golden Temple. Islamic forces supplied  Ak 47s, Ak56s and RPGs. With the help of these weapons, mass Killings became a daily affair with people being shot in markets, buses, trains and parks. Blood of innocents flowed in the streets. A total of 11,694, innocents were killed out of whom 7,139 were innocent Sikhs. Islamic forces also supplied anti tank mines, machine guns, bombs, rocket launchers etc with which they destroyed Golden Temple and converted it to fortified military garrison Everyday they paraded deadly weapons on parikarma of Holy temple threatening and overawing devotees. Golden Temple came under complete subjugation of Islamic forces and became a place of torture, rape, extortion and death. Young girl devotees were kidnapped and raped. Sikh devotees were tortured, money extorted and killed. Dead bodies of Sikh devotees were found in severs of golden temple almost on daily basis.  In an operation which began on 3rd June 1984, Indian army finally freed the Golden Temple from Islamic control/supporters for peaceful use and possession of Gurudwaras by Sikhs. Link. What better day than the anniversary of 5th Guru Arjan Dev Ji (which fell on 3rd June in 1984) who was 1st Sikh Guru to lay down his life rather than be under control of Islamic forces (supra) to liberate the Golden Temple from Islamic control or fringe group of terrorists. 

Friday, August 1, 2014

How England benefitted India.



Lies being taught;

England united India but looted and destroyed it.

Now the truth;-

Before 322 BC India was governed by hundreds of small kings. Chanakya had a vision to see unified India (then called it as Bharat) as one strong nation which can defend itself from all foreign invasions. He united the country as one nation under one flag under King Chandragupta Maurya. Under Mauryan Empire 322 BC to 185 BC, with its Capital at Patliputra (Patna, Bihar), India stretched to the north along the natural boundaries of the Himalayas, extended from Bengal and Assam in the east, to the west it extended beyond Pakistan, Khorasan, Balochistan Afghanistan including the modern Herat and Kandahar provinces, eastern and south-east Iran in the west, to the Indian Ocean in the south. The Maurya Empire was one of the world's largest empires in its time and the largest ever in the Indian subcontinent. The Empire was expanded into India's central and southern regions by the emperors Chandragupta and by his son Bindusara, but it excluded a small portion of unexplored tribal and forested regions near Kalinga (modern Odisha). In about 260 BCE King Ashoka waged a bitterly destructive war against the state of Kalinga (modern Odisha). He conquered Kalinga which reportedly had resulted in more than 100,000 deaths and 150,000 deportations. Legend says that one day after the war was over, Ashoka ventured out to roam the city and all he could see were burnt houses and scattered corpses. This sight made him sick and he cried the famous monologue:
“What have I done? If this is a victory, what's a defeat then? Is this a victory or a defeat? Is this justice or injustice? Is it gallantry or a rout? Is it valor to kill innocent children and women? Did I do it to widen the empire and for prosperity or to destroy the other's kingdom and splendor? One has lost her husband, someone else a father, someone a child, someone an unborn infant.... What's this debris of the corpses? Are these marks of victory or defeat? Are these vultures, crows, eagles the messengers of death or evil?"

And laid down arms for good.

This was followed by Gupta Empire from 320 AD to 550 AD with its Capital at Patliputra (Patna, Bihar). Gupta period is also known as golden period of India. This period is called the Golden Age of India and was marked by extensive inventions and discoveries in science, technology, engineering, art, dialectic, literature, logic, mathematics, astronomy, religion and philosophy that crystallized the elements of what is generally known as Hindu culture. Chandra Gupta I, Samudra Gupta the Great, and Chandra Gupta II the Great were the notable rulers of the Gupta dynasty. The 4th century CE Sanskrit poet Kalidasa credits Guptas with having conquered about twenty one kingdoms, both in and outside India, including the kingdoms of Parasikas (Persia), the Hunas, the Kambojas, tribes located in the west and east Oxus valleys, the Kinnaras, Kiratas etc.

The high points of this cultural creativity are magnificent architecture, sculptures and paintings. The Gupta period produced scholars such as Kalidasa, Aryabhata, Varahamihira, Vishnu Sharma and Vatsyayana who made great advancements in many academic fields. Science and political administration reached new heights during the Gupta era.

Here are some benefits of English Rule over India.

1)     India was reunited by England.

2)     Modern Roads were build by England.

3)    Railways were built by England. An argument is raised that rail and roads were built by England to ferry their goods. So why in independent India we have not developed rail roads. Simla line was built in 1908; it is still where it was in 1908. They invested more in India then they took from it. England had made blue prints for entire rail network in India. In 60 years we have gone more backward than forward.

4)   Power generation and Electricity supply system is built by England. Electricity. Prior we had no electricity. All the electricity that India has till now prior to 6 year rule of right wing government was based on Blue prints made by England. whether it was Bhakra Dam or others.

5)    Water supply and sewerage system is built by England.

6)Modern Hospitals and healthcare dispensaries were established by England along with major vaccines of the time.

7)  No Poverty. In 1947, there was no beggar and none died of hunger. Now we see beggars everywhere and we need food security Act.  When Gandhi fought for independence India was unfed, unclothed. After 60 years of self rule if we visit Rajasthan, Orissa, Central India or South India we are still unfed, unclothed. Teeming millions with  no sense of driving, talking, most of the government servants come off families which have not seen enough food on their table and so we top in corruption.

8)    Indian Army, Navy, and Air force was established by England.

9)   Indian postal system was built by the England.

10)   Sati system was abolished by the England

11)   Major Indian Military, Air force and Naval bases and academies, Army ordinance Factories were built by the England

12)    England introduced English language in India which is common
throughout India. No other language is spoken throughout India. India        has hundreds of different languages.

13)    Modern Bridges which can carry heavy traffic is built by England.

14)   Indian laws, System of Judiciary were all made by England. During England we had equality before Law. Now law is nonexistent for influential persons.

15)    Democracy is gifted by England. Previously India was under hundreds of monarchs.

16)     Indian Administrative service was Established by England.

17)    Medical council of India was Established by England.

18)     Cricket introduced by England.

19)     India Gate and Gateway of India built by England.

20)     President’s palace was built by England.
21)    Parliament House was built by England.

22)    Merit was supreme; 50 years of Congress rule has seen reservations for those who claim themselves backward. In 1947 whereas only some were backward now majority (more than 50%) are backward.  In America they also have reservations where such people are kept inside demarcated areas giving them free food and shelter known as reservations). What they need is equal opportunities like free education in modern schools, free health care is already available for poor people and enforcement of one child norm to remove poverty. 50% of government employees are paid / employed to vote for congress, they are not even expected to work.

Negative from Indian perspective are:-

1.     Large scale killings of civilians almost 60 million.

2.     Opium trade.

3.     Looting of gold.

4.     Establishment of Christian schools which have destroyed Indian moral values.

5.     Education system only creates slaves.

6.     Indian Administrative service that does anything but administration.
Prior to coming of England, there were peasants and kings.