Al Muħammad Al Qāsim’s utmost greedy relatives

Al Muħammad Al Qāsim’s

 utmost greedy relatives

  1.    Al Nadīm Al Quddūs Al Muħammad Al Qāsim’ half/real brother
  2.     Al Safiyah Al Ghaus Al Nadīm Al Quddūs’s awfully stunning wife, a mastermind, ex hostess of Las Vegas Nevada gambling house, the real brain power against Al Waħīdah Al Tawīd and Al Muħammad Al Qāsim.
  3.        Al Zakiyah Al Qāsim, Al Muħammad Al Qāsim’s sister
  4.          Vikram Bachhalyā, Al Zakiyah Al Qāsim’s husband
  5.           Al Lubnā Al Qāsim, Al Muħammad Al Qāsim’s one more sister
  6.           Pratāp Bachhalyā, Al Lubnā Al Qāsim’s husband
  7.          Al Hudā Al Qāsim Al Hāshmī, their advocate
  8.          Naåīmah Muħammad Ħasan, Al Safiyah Al Ghaus’s friend, philosopher and guide
  9. Naåīmah Muħammad Ħasan’s Seven Movements

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6. On Hinduism

7. On Islam

Māmékam Sharañam Vraj: Follow me exclusively :1

Sarvdharmān parityajý,

Māmékam Sharañam Vraj

Denouncing everything else,

Follow me exclusively

DSM Satyarthi

The Father 

Janmdātā

Prologue

Chapter 1

 Kr’shñ Draupadī

I smiled.

“Who else is here?”

“You can’t run away from me. I’ll never let you.”

I looked at Draupadī gravely.

Draupadī,…”

“’Kr’shñā’.” Draupadī interrupted me, “’Kr’shñasý patnī’, ‘Wife of Kr’shñ, ‘Kr’shñā’. I told you so many times.”

“Yes, I have seen now that even Pitr’vý Shrī, Drupad Uncle, is calling you, ‘Kr’shñā’.”

“That’s why he has invited you here, with your elder brother. Your father was too invited separately. Now since he has also come…”

“I don’t think my ‘Sakhī’, my girlfriend, doesn’t understand me enough to comprehend, she has to change herself for it.”

Draupadī laughed.

“How can you make to marry you conditional for us womankind?”

“I am not making conditional to marry me, you have yourself made it conditional to marry you. I am only responding to it.”

“Oh, I’ve made my marriage conditional? Consequently, you are justified in making your own marriage conditional too? Aren’t you denying our birthright thus?”

“I don’t think Āchārý Droñ deserves the punishment Pitr’vý Shrī, Drupad Uncle, has vowed for him.”

“I see.”

“You must have seen it far more before.” I muttered somewhat curtly.

“What? What did you say?” Draupadī was all-alert suddenly.

I smiled.

Draupadī was more emotional than my other Sakhīs, my other girlfriends.

“You must have seen it before you vowed to marry only the man who could kill Āchārý Droñ.”

“You won’t do it?”

“Never.”

“You think Uncle Droñ was right?”

“Certainly not. Nevertheless, Pitr’vý Shrī, Drupad Uncle, is himself not right that he vowed to kill Āchārý Droñ.”

“I don’t agree with you.”

“Why not? Didn’t you yourself kill even your own maternal uncle, Rāxasrāj Kans, because he arrested your parents illegally inhumanly? What you did is right, and it’s wrong if I do the same thing? I never imagined, even you have such a double standard.”*

I smiled.

“I appreciate your efforts to woo me, despite your vowed declaration that you would marry only the man who would kill Āchārý Droñ.”

“I am your wife already. “‘Kr’shñasý patnī, ‘Wife of Kr’shñ, ‘Kr’shñā. ‘Brahmcharyéñ kanyā’ yuwānam vindaté patim’, notPatih vindaté patnīm’.”

“Well, of course, I can’t stop any adult Yong woman to opt me her husband. Nevertheless, she can’t impose on me her own absurd ethics and/or her own absurd morals.”

“I don’t agree with you that my ethics and morals are absurd.”

“I know. That’s why I can’t marry you unless you won’t impose on me that I have to kill Āchārý Droñ.”

“He thinks Pānchāl is my father’s personal property that can be distributed between my father and Āchārý Droñ himself. It’s not Hinduism. It’s not Democracy. Āchārý Droñ is a yātudhān. He deserves to be awarded with death sentence for his yātudhānatv.”

I smiled.

Draupadī,…”

Kr’shñā.” Draupadī interrupted me.

Kr’shñā,” I didn’t argue with her, “Death Sentence is the extreme sentence Ved suggests. We Hindus almost always try to avoid it.”

“Yet you killed your own maternal uncle yourself. Didn’t you?”

“Oh sure. With my fist. Didn’t I?”

“What do you mean?”

“If I really wanted to kill my maternal uncle, I would have prepared for it.”

“I still didn’t understand.” Draupadī looked at me quite perplexed.

“I would have using some weapon to kill him deliberately already, if I really wanted to kill him.”

“I see.” Draupadī smiled understandingly, “So you want to claim now that it was an accident that Kans was killed by you?”

“I wanted to arrest him alive and keep him as a prisoner for rest of his life as he kept my parents and my maternal grandfather in prison.” I said gravely.*

Draupadī laughed.

“Bosh and nonsense.”

“I know you can’t believe me.”

“Nobody will believe you.”

“I don’t blame anybody.” I said indifferently, “Usually the people think it’s justified if you kill someone if he had imprisoned your parents.”

Draupadī grimaced.

Rāxasrāj Kans hadn’t only imprisoned your parents. He imprisoned your maternal grandfather too. He was immensely against Democracy. He was a local tool of the utmost successful imperialist of today, Jarāsandh.”

“Sure,” I agreed with Draupadī, “I agree with you. But the question is should we Hindus kill every imperialist, and every human tool of an imperialist too?”

“Why not?” Draupadī asked curtly, “Don’t they kill us?”

“‘Māyābhirindr māyinam’?”

“Why not?”

“Oh, come on, Draupadī,…”

Kr’shñā,”

Kr’shñā, you know better.”

“I don’t.” Draupadī said doggedly.

“Yes, you do.” I too myself said insistently, “What I did, I did in self defense. I wasn’t executing death sentence on him. Neither the Ved Mantr ‘Māyābhirindr māyinam’ is as simple as you are implying it to be.”*

 Chapter 2

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1.  Commentary on Ved

2. More On Hinduism

3. On Islam

4. On History

5. Science Fiction

6.  Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

7. Durgesh in Hindi/Urdu

Ayesha Ahmed disagrees with the Women’s High status and Privileged Position

Ayesha Ahmed disagrees

with the

Women’s High status

and Privileged Position

DSM Satyarthi

Some of my readers have taken the trouble to inform me that an article of Ayesha Ahmed is not available to them when they click the link I’ve given to them in some of my writings.

I don’t know why it is so, if it is so.

However, I copy paste that article here for their, as well as others’ benefit, as I have previously did for some of the writings of my intimate friends Khadijah Muhammad and Sidrah Ahmad:

Women’s High status and

Privileged Position

by Ayesha Ahmed : Aug 2, 2003 :

Dear sisters: How many times have you heard this claim “sisters, you should be very happy that you have a very high status and a very privileged position in our religion” by the bearded ones in the mosques?

God alone knows what high status and which privileged position they talk about….

To be declared in the holy books that we are deficient in intelligence and that most of us will go to hell for being ungrateful to our husbands; and that we will make the big majority of the hell’s population?

To be told to share the husband with three other wives and many concubines, sex slaves and captive women which his right hand posses?

To be divorced by him at the drop of a hat by just his proclaiming 3 times “I divorce you” and we not having the same right to divorce him?

Husband getting 72 perpetually virgin beautiful houris with big eyes and swelling bosoms in the paradise and we getting the same old husband and share him with the 72 voluptuous houris? (Believe me sisters; he will be so busy there with the lovely houris that the only time he will see you will be in the hallways when he is going from one houri’s room to another houri’s room).

To be disciplined by the husband, by being beaten up by him with scourge (lash) and green sticks? (Unless you are into the kinky stuff and actually enjoy the beatings)..

Being raped and then be stoned to death for reporting it because you need 4 male witnesses to prove your innocence otherwise you yourself get accused of adultery? (Your only chance of finding 4 male witnesses is that if the attacker was of very low IQ or was really drunk and attacked you in the broad daylight in front of a bunch of degenerate horny men who watched and cheered and are later willing to testify)

Being wrongly accused of adultery by a conniving husband and be stoned for it because he does not need 4 male witnesses if he swears 4 times himself?

Being married at the age of 9 years to a much older man because it is sunna? To submit to him every time he desires you even if he wants it on the back of a camel, if he gets an untimely urge? (Not recommended, you both may fall down from camel’s back during the action and sustain injuries).

Being cursed all night by thousands of angels if you refuse him even for a genuine reason? (What a boring job for angels who are assigned to watch your bedroom, always waiting for the action, unless of course they enjoy watching; in that case they have a reason to be disappointed and pissed by your refusal).

To be declared half a person as witness in court or inheriting property?

To be asked to stay at home by scriptures and only leave home if husband permits; that too fully covered by a tent like garment even if it is scorching hot (hey, sweating is good for you as it opens skin pores, besides the tent covering protects you from the hot sun and elements which keeps you fair and beautiful; sisters you need all the help you can get to compete with the other wives and concubines).

The Muslim Beauties are wooing Hindu Men FASTEST

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More from DSM Satyarthi:

1.  Commentary on Ved

2. More On Hinduism

3. On Islam

4. On History

5. Science Fiction

6.  Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

7. Durgesh in Hindi/Urdu

Dév Ānand to Amitābh Bachchan

Dév Ānand to Amitābh

Bachchan

DSM Satyarthi

Generally, the media presents the Indian Cine History keeping the box office into its central point of view.

Of course, if the commercial point of view is taken into consideration, it’s necessary.

But why should there a Multiversalist Humanist, as I am, study the same from commercial point of view?

I don’t.

I never.

Instead, moreover, I refuse to do so.

Instead, I study it, as I peruse everything else too, with the point of view to its worth to humanity.

I think we human beings should peruse everything with the same point of view.

So, I think Dév Ānand and Rāj Kapoor have contributed to humanity more than our tragedy king Dilip Kumar has.

The media writes Dilip Dév Raj trio.

I write Dév Raj Dilip trio.

I keep Dilip at the third place, not because I’m communal.

I put Sāħir Ludhiyānvī at the top when I write about Indian cine lyricists.

How was it possible if I were a communal?

I put Jāvéd Akħtar after Sāħir Ludhiyānvī even, not Ānand Baxī.

How was it possible if I were a communal?

I put Dr. APJ Abdul Kalām at the top when I write about the Presidents of India, not any Hindu whosoever he may be.

How was it possible if I were a communal?

No, I’m not communal.

I hate communalism instead.

From a humanist point of view, Dév Ānand and Rāj Kapoor have contributed to humanity more than Dilip Kumar has.

Of course, Dilip Kumar has contributed to box office more than Dév Ānand and Rāj Kapoor have.

But to humanity, Dilip Kumar has contributed less.

Tragedy clicked at the box office, those days, instead of the highest jubilant attitude of great Dév Ānand towards life and the highest constructive attitude of great Raj Kapoor towards the same, because most of the Indians those days were sufferers.

India had gotten its independence recently.

The sufferers identified themselves with Dilip Kumar’s tragedies more than with the highest jubilant attitude of great Dév Ānand towards life and the highest constructive attitude of great Raj Kapoor towards the same.

Divine Rajendr Kumar was out of question consequently then, even irrespective of his being Jubilee Kumar.

Even Sophisticated Ashok Kumar and Raj Kumar had lost at box office to the tragedies of Dilip Kumar.

The sufferers kept identifying themselves with the tragedies of Dilip Kumar.

Yet, as India progressed, the sufferers lost their majority.

It was the reason the tragedies of Dilip Kumar started to flop ultimately.

The life survives in jubilation, elation, triumph, joyousness, delight and euphoria, not in tragedies.

It is the reason the highest jubilant attitude of great Dév Ānand towards life and the highest constructive attitude of great Raj Kapoor towards the same, survived on the tragedies of Dilip Kumar and is still surviving.

It was the reason the ever first super star Rajesh Khanna with all the highest jubilant attitude of great Dév Ānand towards life and the highest constructive attitude of great Raj Kapoor towards the same, even with the singer Kishore Kumar of Dév Ānand, soon replaced the tragedies of Dilip Kumar.

Rajesh Khanna had the great divinity of Rajendr Kumar and sophistication of Ashok Kumar and Raj Kumar too.

Dilip Kumar had no alternative to lose to Rajesh Khanna.

Yet, Rajesh Khanna too had the same loser morals of the tragedies of Dilip Kumar.

Dilip Kumar acknowledged and honoured the success of Rajesh Khanna using his singer Kishore Kumar himself in Sagina.

Rajesh Khanna was the super cocktail of the highest jubilant attitude of great Dév Ānand towards life, the highest constructive attitude of great Raj Kapoor, divinity of Rajendr Kumar and the tragedies of Dilip Kumar.

It was the mystery of the success of great Rajesh Khanna on the tragedies of Dilip Kumar.

Yet, he had the same loser ethics, the tragedies of our tragedy king Dilip Kumar had.

Amitabh Bachchan succeeded in getting rid of it too.

Hence, the ultimate defeat of great Rajesh Khanna to even greater Amitabh Bachchan.

Amitabh Bachchan as he rose taller and taller, the tallest ultimately, was never a loser even as Rajesh Khanna was.

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More audio musical blogs from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Zindagi, aa raha hoon main

2. Zindagi ik safar hai suhana

3. Jo tum hansoge

4. Har Chehrā yahān chānd to har zarrā sitarā

5. Main jahan chala jaaoon, bahaar chali aaye

6. Socha tha pyar hum na karenge

7. The Star of the millennium: Amitabh Bachchan

8. Man re, tu kaahe n’ dheer dhare?

Man ré tū kahé n’ dheer dharé?

Man ré tū kahé n’ dheer dharé?

an interesting audio musical blog:

Just listen to, and enjoy

Click the links to some popular songs, in an interesting specific sequence.

Enjoy the songs as if a different  video audio story, implying an alogether different sense:

DSM Satyarthi

  1. Jiski jhél si gahrī ānkhon mein mérā man doobā
  2. Ye reshmi zulfen ye sharbati ankhen
  3. Mainé dékhā tūné dékhā
  4. Duniyā karé sawāl to hum kyā jawāb dén?
  5. Zulfon ko aap yoon na sanwaara karo
  6. Man ré tū kahé n’ dheer dharé?
  7. Kahān tak ye man ko
  8. Kis Kāran kāminī sharmāyé?
  9. Kajra lagā ke bindiya saja ke
  10. Aap ké paas jo āyégā pighal jāyégā
  11. Tora Man darpañ kahlāyé
  12. Man ré tū hi batā kyā gāūn?
  13. Zindagī ittefāq hai
  14. Sun Champa Sun Tara
  15. Yūnhī tum mujhsé baat kartī ho
  16. Hamén unsé muħabbat hai, magar hum kah nahīn sakté
  17. Ae kaash kisī diwane ko
  18. Ye kali jab talaq phool bankar khile
  19. Shola ulfat kā bhadka ke
  20. Allah ye ada kaisī hai in hasinon mein
  21. Man pukāré ré
  22. Bindiya chamkegi
  23. Tumhen dékhā hai mainé gulsitan mein
  24. Dil jo na kah saka
  25. Humsafar mere humsafar
  26. Bechara dil kya kare
  27. Zohra Jamal
  28. Baghon mein bāhar hai
  29. Rangilā ré téré rang mein
  30. Tum to dil ké taar chhéđkar
  31. Chūđi nahīn ye mérā dil hai
  32. Dil hāyé mérā dil dil se dil mil gayā
  33. Pyār ki mujh pé kyā nazar daali
  34. Koi na téré pahlé thi na téré båd hogī
  35. Tūné O Rangīlé kaisā jādū kiyā?
  36. O Kehdo kehdo pyār ki hum tamanna jawān kar lén
  37. Yeh kaisā sur mandir hai
  38. Ānkhon mein humné āpké sapné sajāyé hain
  39. Allah Allah Ya Baba
  40. Allah Allah Allah voh le gayā chandi chhalla
  41. Chupké sé dil dé dé
  42. Husn-e-Iran O mérī jaan
  43. Méré dil mein tu hi tu hai
  44. Din dhal jāyé hāyé raat n’ jāyé
  45. Dukh aur sukh ké rāsté
  46. Zindagī hansné gāné ké liyé hai pal do pal
  47. Na tujhse door ja sakoon
  48. Bye bye Miss, good night, kal phir miléngé
  49. Méré nainā sāwan bhādon
  50. Suno kaho kuchh hua kya
  51. Mere naina sāwan bhādon
  52. Karvaŧén badalté rahé sārī rāt hum
  53. Aaj phir jīné kī tamannā hai
  54. Ŧhandī hawāon né gorī kā ghūnghaŧ uŧhā diyā
  55. Gātā rahé mérā dil
  56. N’ jāné kyā huā jo tūné chhoo liyā
  57. Tum nahīn mānogé
  58. Rastā dékhé térā vyākul man mérā
  59. Paas nahīn aanā
  60. Kiskā maħal hai? Kiskā yeh ghar hai?
  61. Méré dil né tađap ké jab naam térā pukārā
  62. Main tumsé pyār kartī hūn
  63. Sun lé zamīn āsmān
  64. Mīŧhī mīŧī bāton sé man bhar dé
  65. Maine tumko piya kah diya
  66. Prabhu téro naam jo dhyāyé sukh pāyé
  67. Zindagi ik safar hai suhānā
  68. Jhuk gaīn ānkhén
  69. O méré dil ké chain
  70. Likhā hai térī ānkhon mein kiska afsānah?
  71. Too lājawāb bémisāl dilbar yaar dilbar jānī
  72. Main téré pyār mein pāgal
  73. Rang bharé mausam sé rang churā ké
  74. Kuchh bhi na kahā aur kah bhi gayé
  75. Jai jai Shiv Shankar
  76. Man tađpat Hari darshan ko aaj
  77. Aao Kanhāī méré dhaam ki din sé ho gaī shaam
  78. Roop térā mastānā
  79. Ahle dil yūn bhī nibhā lété hain
  80. Pyār kā dard hai
  81. Kuchh to log kahéngé
  82. Aur kya aħde wafā hoté hain?
  83. Chingārī koī bhađké
  84. Aur kya aħde wafā hoté hain?
  85. Dekho O dīwāno tum yeh kaam na karo
  86. Om shaanti Om
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  88. More audio musical blogs from DSM Satyarthi:
  89. 1. Zindagi, aa raha hoon main
  90. 2. Zindagi ik safar hai suhana3. Jo tum hansoge4. Har Chehrā yahān chānd to har zarrā sitarā5. Main jahan chala jaaoon, bahaar chali aaye6. Socha tha pyar hum na karenge7. The Star of the millennium: Amitabh Bachchan
  91. 8. Man ré tū kahé n’ dhkr dharé?

Ved: 4 Atharv Ved: Kānd 14| Vivāh Kānd: Sookt 1| Mantr 3

VedVed Bhāshý

Atharv Ved

 Kānd 14 Vivāh Kānd:

 Sūkt 1| Mantr 3

DSM Satyarthi

Mantr 1

Mantr 2

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Somam manyaté papivān yat sampinshantyoshadhim,

Somam yam Brahmāño vidurn’ tasyāshnāti pārthivah.

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 1One conceives Som drinkable2 that crush the herb3.

The Som known to Brahmāñ4, pertaining to earth5 does not consume6 that7.

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 1.R’shikā: Sūryā Sāvitrī

Dévtā/ Divine Subject: Som

Chhand/Meter: Anushŧup

2.  Papivānin original text.

William Dwight Whitney has translated the Mantrānsh ‘Somam manyaté papivān yat sampinshantyoshadhim’:

One thinks himself to have drunk Soma when they crush up an herb’.

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Ved Bhāshý: Atharv Ved: Kānd: 14: Sookt: 1: Mantr:59

Ved Bhāshý:

4 Atharv Ved:

Kānd: 14: Sookt: 1: Mantr:59

DSM Satyarthi

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Udyachchhadhvamap raxo hanāthémām nārīm sukr’té dadhāt.

Dhātā vipashchit patimasyai vivéd bhago rājā pur étu prajānan.

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1Stand up2/Raise ye3. Smite away the demons4. Set this woman for well doer5. Inspired holder/guardian6 must know especially7 the husband for her8. The well knowing politician9 come first/ahead10 for her genital organ11.

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1.R’shikā: Sūryā Sāvitrī

Dévtā/ Divine Subject: Ātmā, Soul

Chhand/Meter: Trishŧup

7. that her husband must be a Sukr’t, a well doer, and well doer only.

He must ensure absolutely, beyond doubt, that he is not a wicked.

It should never be taken lightly.

He must know and guarantee it especially, ‘Vivéd’.

After all he is a dhātā and he must be Vipashchit.

If he is a dhātā and he is not a Vipashchit, he must take the help of other Vipashchits.

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More Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 33| Mantr 1

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 33| Mantr 2

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

16. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

17. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

19. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

20. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

21. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 26| Mantr 2

22. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

26. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

27. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

28. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

29. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

35. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

36. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

37. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 31| Mantr 18

38. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 40| Mantr2

39. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 40| Mantr8

40. Saamved: Mantr 1

41. Sāmved: Mantr 115

42. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

43. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

44. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

45. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

46.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

47. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

48. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

49. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

50. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

51. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

52. Atharv Ved: Kaand 4| Sookt 13| Mantr 1

53. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

54. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 4| Mantr 22

55. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

56. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

57. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 3

58. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 4

59.  Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

60.Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

Polygamy: A discarded System of Life

Polygamy: A discarded System of

Life

DSM Satyarthi

It is an established fact now that Polygamy is now almost out of our civilized systems of life.

Only some Islamic countries are practicing it now.

They claim Al Qur’an Al Kareem and Islam allow it.

‘Allow it’, Not order it.

Yet, it’s legal there.

The countries that practice monogamy always ridicule it, always criticize it and claim it’s against humanity.

Why?

They claim it’s a grand oppression on womankind.

Their claim is of course true if all the husbands are really Sukr’ts.

Is it true?

The oppression on womankind is still there if a husband is not a Sukr’t.

Monogamy has not stopped it.

Monogamy is not successful in stopping the oppression on womankind.

It’s only a lollipop the present civilized society has presented to the womankind.

Hinduism was stressing its optimum on humankind that it’s the only way to end the oppression on womankind to necessitate a Sukr’t and Sukr’t husband only.

If a man is not Sukr’t he must never be allowed to have any matrimonial rights at all.

The womankind was agreeing with Hinduism and avoiding a dushkr’t almost always as a husband.

The societies that were formed only to get rid of constant reforms Hinduism was adamant to bring in the mankind were upset how to face this practical problem.

Their own womankind was not only opting for a Hindu husband, they were resorting to have at least a clandestine Hindu lover, if it was not possible for them to have a Hindu husband.

The concerned societies were not worried of the oppression on their womankind.

They were never.

And to speak a never unspoken bold truth, they are not still now.

They have never considered it even as a possible option to end the oppression on their womankind to be Sukr’t themselves.

If they had there was nothing else to stop them from joining Hinduism.

Instead of doing this, they proposed monogamy and divorce to score on Hindus, to their own womankind.

Hence the monogamy and divorce were devised by non Hindu societies.

It was not for the benefit of their womankind to get rid of the oppression of their mankind.

No, it was not.

It was only claimed to be so.

Actually it was a lollipop to their own womankind to keep them away from a Hindu husband/ Hindu lover.

Gradually such non Hindu societies even started to claim, entirely shamelessly, that Hinduism oppresses womankind.

It practices polygamy and requires from womankind never to resort to any divorce at all:

Ihaiv stam mā vi yaushŧam vishvamāyurvyashnutam,

Krīdantau putrairnaptr’bhirmodmānau své gr’hé.

‘Remain ye both only here. Don’t be separated. Enjoy whole life sporting with sons grandsons, rejoicing in your own home.’

Ved: R’gved: 10|85|42

‘‘Ihaiv stam mā vi yaushŧam vishvamāyurvyashnutam,

Krīdantau putrairnaptr’bhirmodmānau svastakau.’

‘Remain ye both only here. Don’t be separated. Enjoy whole life sporting with sons grandsons, rejoicing in the beautiful home.’

Ved: Atharv Ved: 14|1|22

Their womankind fell for it because they were never told the true facts.

They were taught not to be educated.

Why education for women at all?

Why should they learn anything except to please their own mankind?

It explains why the non Hindu societies were so adamant not to educate their own womankind.

Their education liberated their women and sent them to Hindus.

When they could not stop them even then, they resorted to their Honor Killings even instead of controlling and improving themselves to be Sukr’ts.

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More thought provoking articles from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Why can’t we love each other?: Innallāh yuħibbul muttaqīn

2. Should we advocate abolishing religion from planet earth?

3. Does religion provide false security?

4. Polygamy: a discarded system of life

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1. More On Hinduism

2. On Islam

3. On History

4. Commentary on Ved

5. Science Fiction

6.  Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

7. Durgesh in Hindi/Urdu

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More on Hinduism from DSM Satyarthi:

1. ‘Bhoorbhuvah svah!’ ‘The Existence! The Consciousness! The Bliss!’

2.‘Devasy’ pashy’ kaavyam, n’ mamaar, n’ jeeryati.’

3. Hinduism shines

4.Ved is the eternal law book having infinite knowledge in it for human beings

5. ‘According to facts’: ‘Yaathaatathyatah’

6. ‘SET THIS WOMAN for WELL DOER’: ‘Imaam naareem Sukr’te dadhaat’

7. The Evernew Hinduism: Yaathaatathyatah: Ved 2|40|8

8. ‘How to cross death’: ‘Tamev viditvaati mr’tyumeti’: Ved2Yajurved|31|18

9. According to Hinduism: We must be polite, not coward

10.Ye yathaa maam prapadyante taanstathaiv bhajaamyaham: Lord Kr’shn

11. N’ karm lipyaté naré

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More on Islam from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Bal huv qur’anum majeedun fe LAUHIM MAHFOOZIN

2. Innahu laquranun kareemun Fee kitabin maknoonin

3. ‘Hudallilmuttaqeen’: ‘Guidance for controllers of organs’: 2 Al Baqarah: 2

4. ‘Alaa qalbik litakoon minal-munzireen’ ‘upon your heart one of who to warn’

5. Muslimahs! Come to India. I recommend Hindu lovers for all the Muslimahs.: Khadeejah Muhammad

6. Islam according to Qur’an and Maulana Maududi rahamatullh alaihi

7. A Moment of grave thinking for the entire sophisticated Muslim Community

8. ‘SET THIS WOMAN for WELL DOER’: ‘Imaam naareem Sukr’te dadhaat’

9. ‘V’ innahu fe UMMALKITAABI ladainaa la’liyyun hakeemun’: 43/4

10. Most Present day Muslms don’t do what Huzoor(SAW) did:

11. The Muslim beauties are wooing Hindu men FASTEST

12. ‘What really matters in the sight of God’: Maulana: Maududi

13. Why did Islam face a counter revolution at Karbala?

14. Why there are differences among us?

15. No differences Please!

16. Llā yamassuhu illā almutahharūn

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More Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 26| Mantr 2

21. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

26. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

28. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

35. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

36. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 31| Mantr 18

37. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 40| Mantr2

38. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 40| Mantr8

39. Saamved: Mantr 1

40. Sāmved: Mantr 115

41. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

42. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

43. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

44. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

45.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

46. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

47. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

48. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

49. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

50. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

51. Atharv Ved: Kaand 4| Sookt 13| Mantr 1

52. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

53. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 4| Mantr 22

54.  Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

55.Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

Family in Hinduism and West

Family in Hinduism and West

DSM Satyarthi

Some of the Hindus are blindly imitating the West without thinking, without paying proper attention to it, and even without studying it properly.

Hinduism/Ved does not want us to imitate anyone blindly.

Our basic Mantr even is Gāyatrī Mantr.

It instructs us not to follow even Ved blindly.

It says:

Dhiyo yo nah prachodayāt’.

Who impel our wisdoms.’

Thus, even Ved must be understood and followed using our wisdoms, ‘dhiyah’, not blindly.

Moreover, it must be understood and followed according to facts:

Yāthātathyatah.’

I can’t understand how even the educated persons behave so foolishly and so childishly, as they do unfortunately.

Everything that shines is not gold, and neither it can ever be.

Here, I must clarify myself that I’m not advising here the persons who never update themselves, on their own, before following/imitating others.

In India, it was unfortunate that Mahatma Gandhi was praised very much by Congress, but was never followed.

Did Jawahar Lal Nehru/Congress follow Gandhi ever?

Never.

Both Nehru/Congress only used Gandhi for their own vested political interests.

Nehru was not as patriotic as the Congress publicize for its ever undemocratic vile political interests.

His clothes were being washed in Paris.

It was Nehru’s patriotism.

Why?

Ask the blind praisers of Nehru and his ever-undemocratic family.

Didn’t India have enough washerpersons to wash Nehru’s clothes?

Or did India lack enough water?

The patriotism  of Nehru and his ever-undemocratic family is ridiculous when we study it unemotionally.

It’s unfortunate that a large number of Indians still make their decisions emotionally, rather than rationally.

It was one of the main reasons we had gone to slavery.

Yet, we haven’t learned, even from our own history, even now.

Gandhi wanted the Congress to be dissolved as soon as India is free.

It was never done.

Why?

Why Nehru/Congress did not follow Gandhi in the matter?

Because Nehru/Congress never were as foolish as to follow Gandhi’s impractical ways.

They always used Gandhi, never followed him.

In Nehru’s/Congress’ own opinion, Gandhi was never practical.

They always obeyed Gandhi when it was  in their own personal benefit.

They never obeyed Gandhi when it was not in their own personal benefit.

After independence, Nehru/Congress never tried to change our Education System.

Why?

Because it suited their vile political purposes.

It was easy for them to follow the policies their predecessors, the British, adopted to control their realm.

Congress only replaced them, nothing else,  actually important, was changed

In the name of protecting minorities, Nehru/Congress always tried to widen the social gap between Hindus and Musalmeen.

They acted as shrewd as the British did in their time.

The British, after 1857, never lost any chance to make Hindus and Musalmeen fight with each other.

So did Nehru/Congress after independence.

The family also suffered from the same policy.

In British India, the British were always after breaking the strongest Hindu family.

They encouraged Hindus to marry Musalmān Beauties and British Beauties even on this or that pretext.

The Hindus who married Musalmān Beauties and British Beauties were given recognition, money and wealth.

They were dearer to the British and Musalmeen both.

Nehru was as romantic as his father, Motilal Nehru, was.

It’s always suspected that Sheikħ Åbdullah was in fact, Motilal Nehru’s son from his romantic extramarital affair with Sheikħ Åbdullah’s extra ordinary beautiful Ammīs.

Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

Ved: 4 Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

DSM Satyarthi

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Adyāgné adý savitaradý dévi sarasvati,

Adyāsý brahmañaspaté dhanurivā tānayā pasah.

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1Today Agni who leads to light2, today O Creator3, today O divine acumen4,

Today O master of Brāhm natures5, expand optimum6 the manhood of this man7, like an optimum bow8.

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1. R’shi: Atharvañ Āngiras

Dévtā/Divine Subject: Vr’sh, the one who blasts semen, and Indr, the one who controls organs

Hinduism does not have faith in the extremely erroneous principle that the well doers should never enjoy sex.

Neither Hinduism has faith in the equally extremely erroneous principle that the well doers should never enjoy sex with practicing monogamy only.

On the contrary, the three Mantrs, from now on, order a quite opposite life to follow.

This is the Dévtā/Divine Subject others couldn’t digest as religious orders, and even revolted against Hinduism/ Ved for it.

For a long time, a noticeable number of followers of Ved refused to follow Atharv Ved due to these boldest orders, and practiced only R’gved, Yajurved and Sāmved calling the group Trayī.

Yet, the most of the followers of Ved, never surrendered.

They followed the entire Ved, in all of its four volumes including Atharv Ved too.

Chhand/Meter: Bhurij according to William Dwight Whitney

Never forget this entire Sookt, its entire eight Mantrs, have two Dévtā/Divine Subjects simultaneously, ‘Vr’shéndrashch’ dévaté, two divine subjects: Vr’sh and Indr.

Hence, this Sookt boldly revolts against the concept that a man should control his organs, not to have sex, and practice celibacy.

Consequently, thus, there is no celibacy in Hinduism/Ved.

Celibacy is on the contrary, actually,  against the basic concept of Vedic Hinduism that the entire womankind is only for well doers, for none else.

In Hinduism, thus, originally, no celibacy.

It was a new introduction to Hinduism, as idol worship was, after later Bauddhism and later Jainism.

Never forget, Vedic R’shis were married men, none practicing Celibacy ever.

Even Bible has almost the same views:

Matthew 19

1And it came to pass, when Jesus finished these words, he removed from Galilee, and did come to the borders of Judea, beyond the Jordan,

2and great multitudes followed him, and he healed them there.

3And the Pharisees came near to him, tempting him, and saying to him, `Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause?’

4And he answering said to them, `Did ye not read, that He who made [them], from the beginning a male and a female made them,

5and said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and cleave to his wife, and they shall be — the two — for one flesh?

6so that they are no more two, but one flesh; what therefore God did join together, let no man put asunder.’

7They say to him, `Why then did Moses command to give a roll of divorce, and to put her away?’

8He saith to them — `Moses for your stiffness of heart did suffer you to put away your wives, but from the beginning it hath not been so.

9`And I say to you, that, whoever may put away his wife, if not for whoredom, and may marry another, doth commit adultery; and he who did marry her that hath been put away, doth commit adultery.’

Hinduism/Ved specifically orders its followers to practice Polygamy on the contrary.

It goes even beyond Islam in this context.

Even Islam puts a ceiling of four wives at a time, maximum; on its followers.

Hinduism/Ved does not do any such act even.

Lord Kr’shñ had 8 Chief Queens, 16100 queens and so many other wives too.

However, if someone is obstinate not to follow such instructions of Eishān Param Brahm Paramātmā/Ved and is adamant to practice celibacy, even he cannot be compelled to practice sex against his own will.

Neither, he has to leave Hinduism/Ved for it.

Hinduism/Ved believes in Religious Democracy more than in forcing someone to do what s/he does not want to.

Anyone, who declares him/herself Hindu, is a Hindu, and none can move him/her out of Hinduism/Ved.

Of course, he/she must follow the Seven Maryādās Ved tells of repetitively, yet it depends absolutely on his/her discretion how to practice all or any of it.

Even Ārsh Sadan can’t compel him/her against his/her own convictions; let any Brahmarshi or even an Ācharañ Nāyak too.

Even an Ācharañ Nāyak can’t instruct anything against Ved.

2. If someone really is Agni, if someone really wants to lead to light, he/she can’t oppose to expand the manhood of our obedient man.

It’s not being done to spread the vulgarity of sex.

It’s being done for quite the opposite purpose.

If the good males would avoid it, and the bad men practice it, what its consequences the human society would have to face?

Have you ever thought of it?

Can you stop the bad men from expanding their manhoods?

Never.

None can guarantee anything on behalf of bad men.

They are always beyond any discipline, causing astray in the society, resulting sometimes in chaos even.

Many of them develop their sexual prowess intently beyond all limits.

If the Sukr’ts also don’t provide it to womankind what the dushkr’ts, the bad men can do, there may be some woman/women who may surrender to her/their physical needs.

Naturally, it can’t be allowed, even infinitesimally, in a system of life that builds its everything on Sukr’ts, well doers only, and the role model of that system clearly announces, proudly:

Yadā yadā hī dharmasý glānirbhavati, Bhārat!

Abhyutthānamadharmasý, tadātmānam sr’jāmyaham.

Paritrāñāý sādhūnām vināshāý ch’ dushkr’tām,

Dharmsansthāpanārthāý sambhavāmi yugé yugé.’

‘Whenever a person feels humiliation in practicing humanity leading to divinity, I create myself.

To shield practitioners optimum, to obliterate the evil doers, to establish the humanity leading to divinity, I’m present optimum in every era.’

—Shrimad Bhagvad Gītā: 4|78

Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

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More commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

21. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

26. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

28. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

35. Saamved: Mantr 1

36. Sāmved: Mantr 115

37. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

38. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

39. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

40. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

41.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

42. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

43. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

44. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

45. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

46. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

47. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

48. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

49. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

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More on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. ‘According to facts’: ‘Yaathaatathyatah’

2. According to Hinduism: We must be polite, not coward

3. Aheism can’t win Hinduism/Ved

4. Casteism is NOT an intgral part of Hinduism:’Samaanee prapaa sah vonnabhaagah’ ”Same drinking same share of food.’

5. Hinduism builds its society on SUKR’TS/Noble doers:’Imaam naareem Sukr’te dadhaat’

6. Hinduism is PRINCIPLES BASED , not PERSON BASED

7. One should not wish to die: Ved hates death

8. RELIGIOUS DEMOCRACY in Hinduism: Ekam sadvipra bahudhaa vadanti

9. Sanyas is not the goal of Hinduism

10. Sati tradition was an Aasur Tradition, not Vedic at all