Ved: R’gved: Mandal 1| Sūkt 11| Mantr 7

Ved: R’gved:

Mandal 1| Sūkt 11| Mantr 7

Ashŧak 1| Adhyāý 1| Anuvāk 3| Varg 21

DSM Satyarthi

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Māyābhirindr māyinam tvam shushñamavātirah.

Vidushŧé tasý médhirāstéshām shravānsyuttir.

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Padpāŧh: Māyābhih indr māyinam tvam shushñam av atirah

Viduh té tasý médhirāh téshām shravānsi ut tir

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1By stratagems2, O controller of organs3! thou cut in pieces3 the deceiver exsiccator4. Your intellectuals5 know his this6. Bestow food upon them7.

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1.R’shi: Jétā Mahimvat Mādhuchchhandas

Dévtā/Divine Subject: Indr, the controller of organs

CHHAND/METER: Virādanushŧup Svar: Gāndhār

2. ‘Māyābhih‘ in original text.

Not by simple heartedness.

When We allowed freedom to our infinite creations, it is almost infinite.

Nothing less could really make them enjoy Our powers allotted to them.

But at the same time, We never wanted anyone of them to be capable to harm the other(s).

It was necessary, therefore, to make them liable to Our immortal Constitution.

However, with their almost infinite freedom, it was always possible that some of them may try to outwit the others, and Our Constitution. These persons are not simple hearted.

So, if you deal with them with your natural simple heartedness, it would not be detrimental only to you.

It would be detrimental to all those persons too who, to even whatsoever infinitesimal extent, depend on you.

Of course, no one should be dependent on other(s).

But, to make Our entire creations law abiding, it was necessary to make every person, at least somewhat dependent on other(s).

3. ‘Indr’ in original text. ‘Muttaqī’ in Al Qur’an Al Kareem: ‘Innallāh yuħibbul muttaqīn.’ ‘Indeed, Allah loves the persons who control themselves.’

—Al Qur’ān Al Karīm: 9 At-Tawbah: 4

meaning that Allah/Eīshān Param Brahm Paramātmā  never loves them who don’t control themselves.

According to this Āyat-e-Karīmah of Al Qur’an Al Kareem where do the terrorist, criminal/criminal minded Musalmīn stand, it can be understood easily and optimum.

It is clear thus, until and unless Al Qur’an Al Kareem is not misinterpreted heavily in their favor, neither terrorists nor criminal/criminal minded Musalmīn can ever deceive the non Musalmīn that Al Qur’an Al Kareem and Islam support them, rather order them to do whatsoever gross crimes they are doing in the name of Al Qur’an Al Kareem and Islam.

‘By stratagems2, O controller of organs3!’ ‘Māyābhirindr’ means this order is never given to the persons who can’t/don’t control their organs on whatsoever pretense they use for it. Anyone who can’t/don’t control his/her own organs even, is not allowed to use stratagems here.

Never use Our Ved Mantrs to deceive others, or/and deceive yourselves too, as the Musalmīn misused Āyat-e-Karīmāt of Al Qur’an Al Kareem.

If you peruse the history of the entire humankind that pertains to the so-called Islamic period, you can easily find that these so called Musalmīn were never popular anywhere except the 30 years period of Ħuzūrs and Kħulfa-e-Rāshidūnrzn.

Can these shameless munāfiqīn explain, who still call themselves Musalmīn even after the atrocities they do in the names of Al Qur’an Al Kareem and Islam, why is it so?

Why they are so immensely hated globally?

Can they explain why Ħuzūrs and Kħulfa-e-Rāshidūnrzn were never hated so in their own golden period of Al Tārīkħ Al Islam?

One who controls his/her organs, must never resort to atrocities these so called Musalmīn do.

You are doing it not to make the world worse than before your interference.

Use it as criteria to judge whether your actions are producing right results or not.

If the globe is becoming better day by day after your interference, you are on the right path.

But if the globe is becoming worse day by day after your interference it is clear your actions are wrong.

The so-called Musalmīn, after Kħulfa-e-Rāshidūnrzn never tasted themselves on these criteria.

If they had, they were not so despised and loathed globally everywhere.

Even their women are feeling shameful and deserting them consequently.

4. ‘Av atirahin text.

Some anti Hindu commentators of Ved have interpreted it to cut non Hindus in pieces literally.

Such over intelligent persons have interpreted even Ārsh/Vālmīki Rāmāyañ and other Hindu scriptures similarly literally.

They claim Laxmañ really had cut Chandrnakhā’s nose and ears literally.

What a worst, foolish, childish, biased and ridiculous interpretation.

Such damnfools want to believe others that no figures of speech and idioms, prevalent when these scriptures were written, were used in these scriptures.

Is it even possible?

Not only Ved and Hindu scriptures, but even Al Qur’an Al Kareem too has suffered from such worst, foolish, childish, biased and ridiculous interpretations of its Āyāt-e-Karīmāt.

Eg.: The most infamous Āyat-e-Karīmah of Al Qur’an Al Kareem:

Faizā insalakħ al ashhuru alħurumufaqtulū almushrikīn haysu wajadttumūhum wakħuzūhum waħsurūhum waqåudū lahum kull marsadin. Fa-in tābū wa aqamū Assalāt wa atawū azzakāt fakħallū sabīlahum innAllah ghafūrun raħīmun.’

‘And when the sacred months have passed, then kill the polytheists wherever you find them and capture them and besiege them and sit in wait for them at every place of ambush. But if they should repent, establish prayer, and give zakāt, let them on their way. Indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.’

Al Qur’an Al Kareem: 9 At-Tawbah|5

The deceiver exsiccator’ ‘shushñam’ means, even if you have to face the other ‘māyinam’, the other ‘deceiver’, you have to incapacitate first the deceivers who are ‘exsiccator’ ‘shushñam’ too.

Never forget, to have a society, you have to have at least a man and a woman.

No society can be established without even a man, if it is comprised of even women and women only.

Similarly, No society can be established without even a woman, if it is comprised of even men and men only.

Even if such a society is made ever anywhere, it would sooner or later bound to destroy itself.

Therefore, howsoever you may hate sex; you have to surrender to it if you really want to establish a society of human beings.

Hinduism/Ved does not fight with this eternal fact.

It declares boldly, without any hypocrisy whatsoever:

 ‘Sā vishvāyuh sā vishvkarmā sā vishvdhāyāh. Indrasý tvā bhāgagvong soménātanachmi vishño havyagvong rax.’

She is the life of all. She does all the work/She is the constructor. She holds all/She feeds milk to all. You the share of indr, I extend with som. All pervading, shield the Havý/

sacrifice.’

Ved: 2 Yajurvéd: 1|4

It does also define the relations between the men/women who follow it: ‘Samāno mantrah samitih samānī.’

Same principle, same organization.’

Ved: 1 R’gved: 10| 191| 3

But a society is not based on man and woman relations only.

It consists of men and women too.

Consequently, it has to define relations between man and man and between a woman and woman too.

Some relations are immune to the gender of the persons concerned.

This Mantr deals with one of such relations.

A ‘deceiver’ ‘māyinam’ can be both.

It is not based on gender that a person can deceive others.

Moreover, the women can deceive the men more easily.

Even a man can’t deceive women so easily.

The entire Hindu history, ab initio, stands to evidence that almost all the Vr’trs have almost always used their extraordinary beautiful women to deceive the Hindus getting advantage of its one of the basic principles, Imām nārīm sukr’té dadhāt.

Hindus, being Hindus, can never refuse to any woman if she is interested in one of them.

Moreover the Hindus themselves have even to approach the women who are with the wicked ones, either willingly or unwillingly.

It is the basic requirement of Hindutv itself.

A whole treatise is there for it, in ‘Kāmsūtr’ especially:

Pārdārik Prakarañ’ ‘Related to the women of others’.

Lord Vishñu had even to go to deceive his sisters in law, Vr’ndā and Tulsī.

We can’t leave any woman for any wicked if we can save her from him.

It’s an integral part of our Hindutv.

A Hindu has two parts of his life.

The first part is Individual and the second part is Social.

A Hindu, if he is really a Hindu, is never authorized to do anything whatsoever he damn pleases in any of these both parts of his life.

As a human being, he has been also given the liberty to choose whatsoever system of life he wants to.

But once he chooses Our System of life, Hindutv, for it, he has to remain sincere to it.

R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

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