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


1. More Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

2.Durgesh in Hindi/Urdu

3. Science Fiction

4. On History

5. Commentary on Ved

6. On Hinduism

7. On Islam

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


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


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.


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
  87. ——————————————————————————————
  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?

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:


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?


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.


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 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.


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.

Counter Revolution

Counter Revolution

DSM Satyarthi

1. Why does counter-revolution take place even to the best revolution, sooner or later?

2. What can be done to stop it for ever?

3. Even the best revolution can’t convert everyone to his/her optimum.

4. The part less optimum, in everyone, is negligent, at least somewhat, to the persons who were not with the revolution, but now have submitted, due to the success of the revolution.

4. The persons against revolution capitalize on it.

5. They build their strategy on it to counter revolt.

6. How did it happen with Islam , and why and how did Yazīd Malåūn succeed?

7. Why did Ħazrat Ålīrzu not revolt against Ħazrat Siddīq-e-Åāzamrzu, Ħazrat Fārūq- e-Åāzamrzu and Ħazrat Ůsmān Ghanīrzu?

Get all the answers in the great historical novel ‘Counter Revolution’ from DSM Satyarthi

Coming soon @ the link below:

Counter Revolution

Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb-1

Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb

DSM Satyarthi

Chapter 1

3rd September 1679!

Aurangzeb Åālamgīr started his mission against Mahārāñā Rājsingh.

Vide the historical novel ‘Raziyah’ by Āchārý Chatursen Shāstrī.

The problem was grave.

Aurangzeb Åālamgīr was nobody’s fool.

He understood quite well that Hindustan was a country of Hindus.

He did not want to do what he did against his own father, Shāhjahān.

But he loved his sister Shahzādī Roshan Ārah very much.



More Creative Adult Sex in English from DSM Satyarthi

1. Bahoo Bégum

2. The obsession

3 The daughters and wife of my Musalmān friend

4.The Extramarital affair: Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah:Social Service

5.   Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–1

6. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–2

7. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–3

8. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–4

9. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–5

10. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–6

11. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–7

12. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–8

13. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–9

14. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–10

15.My Social Service: My Sex Empire: Durgesh

16. A Deep Conflict-1

17. A deserving unfaithfulness

18. A deserving unfaithfulness-2

19. I’m never ashamed of it

20. Yåqūb Family-1

21. They conspired against me

22 A secret Smile

23. A new young wife at sixty

24. My dad’s new Musalmān wife

25. The Beaming Knowledge

26. The three pregnants-1

27. The three pregnants-2

28. In the Moonlight

29. The women in my life

30. Sālī, Ammījān!

31. Now entirely secured and safe

32. She needed me extremely

33. Al Jihād fil Durgesh fī sabīlillāh

34. Kħadījah Åbdullah Bājī  seduced me

35. Her Brilliant Decisions-1

36. Her Brilliant Decisions-2

37. Her Brilliant Decisions-3

38. Her Brilliant Decisions-4

39. No Hindu, Please!

40. Only Hindus, Please!

41. Scintillating Ammī and daughter

42. I do hate hypocrisy

43. I still love Durgesh, with immense pride

44. Hell, I revolt

45. She loved me all along

46. She told the untold-1

47. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-1

48. Making love and understanding everything

49. We both, Nādirah, and Arzumand, love Durgesh

50. After the death of my husband

51. The everbest wives-1

52. Ultimately, I’m an Ammī now

53. The most memorable Eidī of her life

54. It was 24×7, that was all we three cared

55. You are the best. You don’t know

56. I’m not defeated even yet-1

57. Misunderstanding: Everyone thought she’s my wife

58. Yūsuf or Kr’shñ?-1

59. Kħadījah Durgesh Åāyeshah:  I Lost My Sister And Wife To Durgesh

60. A rapist Hindu Piya-1

61. Åli Muħammad Satyarthi-1

62. I love my wife Kħadījah Muħammad

63. Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb-1


More creative adult sex in Hindi/Urdu from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 1

2. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 2

3. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 3

4. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 4

5.Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 5

6. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 6

5. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 7

7. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 8

8. Karwā Chauth kā Rozā

9. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-1

10. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-2

11. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-1

12. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-2

13. Eidul Fitr-1

14. Mérī mubārakbād qabool farmāýén, Ħazrat!

15. Méré Māmūzād Cousin kī Sasurāl mein main

فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ16Fabiayyi ālāi Rabbikumā tukazzibāni?’

17. Ahal-e-Bait-1