Hinduism or Sanatan Dharma-A victim of fake propoganda and distortion of history by fake scholars

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    1. i got answers for many doubts which others asked me and i was not able to say evern when having a strong feeling of doubtlessness. thankyou very much.

  1. Sati System is the great sacrifice by the Rajput princess and queens of Rajasthan who jumped in fire rather being raped and forced into Islam.They did not want to become concubines.These brave women saved their honour.Malik Mohammad Jaisi has written a beautiful account of Rani Padmini who became Sati inorder to avoid Islamic oppression.Salutes to the brave women of India.

  2. Its seems he have no info of the death of the Aryan invasion theory.But scientist are aying that we are all from Africa and that every ones DNA traces back to there.And as far as being cauasian well here:
    Missy5464 u u The origin and labeling of the so called Caucasian, Negroid, and Mongoloid Races by 19th Century scientists, started racial groupings based on skin color by naturalists and anthropologists like Johann F. Blumenbach, JA Gobineau and HS Chamberlain.

    Blumenbach named whites after the Caucasus Mountains because he* thought* the purest white people originated there.As you can see the word Caucasian has nothing to do what so ever with a person genetic make up.

    A mutation results in a change of the DNA sequence within a gene or chromosome of an organism resulting in the creation of a new character or trait not found in the parental type. There are blond hair among the black Australian aborigines. That is an example of a mutation.

    People with Natural Blond Hair are Disappearing and will be Extinct in 200 Years.

  3. Hey, I admire your attempt with this but seriously don’t you have better things to do with your time?

    You actually proved a lot of Runoko’s points of the Dalits oppression, hopefully next time when we tour in India you’ll have the guts to approach us instead of write a blog denying the problems facing the people of India.

    Europeans make documentaries everyday with Light-Skin “Aryans” owning sweatshops locking people in them for weeks!

    Why not speak about Wal-Mart’s mass-chain of Sweat Shops eh?

    Your enslaving of the black people will soon cease, although ignorance seems to be bliss for the likes of you.

    It’s funny the only people willing to reply to this crappy blog was yourself, and it was videos that mock the oppressed people!

    Burn in hell Heathen.


    1. How did he prove Rashidi’s point on Dalit opression? He never denied that Dalits are being opressed. He’s simply offering a rebuttal to Rashidi’s nonsensical claims. Rashidi’s plight to help the Dalits have nothing, if at all to do with actually wanting to help Dalits as a people. It is a desguise to spread his propaganda. He helps Dalits because he “believes” and wants everyone else to “believe” they are black as so he can widen Afrocentric support. The problem is that none of his claims are based on evidence.

      I would also like to know why Rashidi and you are so obsessed with Indians being “Black”? Rashidi spends a considerable amount of time traveling to India, Fiji, and various other parts of the world spreading his propaganda while his ancestors in Africa continue to suffer by the millions.

      I have a siggestion, why don’t you and Rashidi offer aid and support Africans suffering in Africa. And travel to Africa praising African (all over Africa, not just Egypt which we know was mixed) contributions first.

      Do you hate your own people that much? Get over your inferiority complex and learn to be proud of your ancestors. Stop riding on our backs.

  4. The symbolic meaning of Shiva is preserved in the Hebrew Genesis, where the Lingam has changed to the ‘Tree of life’ and the symbol of fertility – ‘that was gives live’ – has changed to Chavvah = { khav-vaw } = ‘EVA’ =’EVE’ = ‘Live giver’ . Shiva = ‘SCHI-WAH”.

  5. Runoko is a fraud. He even stated it himself.
    “We’re gonna fight racism with solidarity.” Rashidi, who has been to India three times, was contrite about the way he represents Dalits in the U.S. “I feel bad about it. I oversimplified to make it palatable to a Black constituency. I’ve given the impression that Dalits are Black people. Dalits, I now find, are a social and economic group, more than a racial group.”

    But Siddi and Habshis are of East African decent.

  6. …it is written down in holy books ( all holy books JEWS, muslims etc) not to waste time on these type of people.

    …so why waste your time?

    …im building a temple now …next to Runokos House, i am also spreading hinduism in Africa… Flock to africa indian people to fight beside your prince

  7. This a fact that the Dravidians are of the melanite race, the children of the Sun… This is a fact!!! They are the decendents Ancient Nubians that Left TA MA RE , the land you all call egypt today. This is when upper egypt and lower was one land and we left to set up kingdom all throughout asia, including Indi-Kush, the original name of India. The name KWUSH IS ANOTHER NAME FOR NUBIA EGIPT, and it means BLACK!!!!!!!!!!!!! lOOK IT UP!!!!!!!!!! Also a fact!!!! To the readers ask why would they take the name of black Nubians name if they are not from that land or race!!!!!!!!! Please some one from India bring your facts for once please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. New here, from Toronto, Canada

    Just a quick hello from as I’m new to the board. I’ve seen some interesting comments so far.

    To be honest I’m new to forums and computers in general 🙂


  9. Last year,nearly 3.50 million tons of food grain has been destroyed due to inadequate facility to storage in India.India have Agni 5 I.C.B. missile of 3000Km range.India is sending 5 million U.S. dollar to Pakistan for flood effected area .

  10. We are witnessing today a revival of Islam with all its imperialist ambitions and in all its fundamentalist ferocity. Flushed with its oil-wealth, Islam has re-acquired its self-righteousness of olden days, and has re-affirmed its mission of world-conquest through terror and subversion. India in particular has been chosen as a priority target. There is no dearth of voices from all over the Islamic world calling for “finishing the unfinished work of Islam in India”.

  11. We are witnessing today a revival of Christianity with all its imperialist ambitions and in all its Maoist [well known as Naxalite] fundamentalist ferocity. Flushed with its Church-tax imposition to public in European Christian countries by their Governments, Christianity has re-acquired its self-righteousness of olden days through Crusade, and has re-affirmed its mission of world-conquest through terror and subversion. India in particular has been chosen as a priority target. There is no dearth of voices from all over the Christian world calling for “finishing the unfinished work of Christian greed in India”.

  12. Let us remember that India is not a small nation like Nepal or Afghanistan or Switzerland to plead that no amount of strength she builds up out of her own resources will ever have much of a meaning in the world balance of military power. Let us remember that India is the second biggest country in terms of manpower and one of the four or five foremost nations in terms of industrial and military potential. If India looks into herself, her innermost soul, and senses the sources of her own intrinsic strength, she can become a formidable power capable of preserving not only her own independence and integrity but also of contributing to the cause of world peace. But if she fails to awaken to her own innate potentialities and persists in harbouring the illusion that her own frontiers as well as world peace will be preserved automatically by the competing interests of the Big Powers, she will surely fail and betray the trust which her hoary history has laid on her shoulder.[Sita Ram Goel]

  13. Many Christian action group cadres have also been inducted into prominent naxalite groups under the garb of liberation theology activists. For instance Vernon Gonsalves @ Vikram, a state committee member of Maharashtra unit of CPI (Maoist) who was arrested by the ATS, Maharashtra, in August,2007 and another top Maoist leader Arun Ferreira, r/o Bandra, who was arrested by Nagpur police have both confessed to the police that they are activists of liberation theology movement. A number of human rights activists including Dr.Binayak Sen,Vice President of PUCL, have also been arrested in the recent past for their close links with the Maoist movement in the country confirming the close links between the Maoist movement and NGO and human rights net-work. Since the Christian action groups in the country are all controlled by various church agencies, many church leaders in India are also now directly linked with the naxalite movement.

    So, when Sabyasachi Panda, a top Maoist leader of Orissa claims responsibility for the killing of VHP leader Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati and four others at his ashram in Kandhamal district on August 23,2008, it does not help to absolve the church activists from the charge of involvement in the crime. The naxalite movement in the country had enjoyed maximum mass support during the period from 1969 to 1974. However despite the dynamic leadership provided by leaders like Charu Majumdar and Sitaramaiyyah the support base of the naxalite movement was mostly confined to the three states of West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala.

    By 1975, the naxal movement had started disintegrating and it is only because of its association with the action group movement since mid seventies that it was able to sustain itself.

    Today, with the full support and all possible assistance from the networking NGOs and also with the systematic induction of a large number of NGO activists into major naxalite groups, the naxal movement in the country has now become very powerful and it continues to make inroads into more and more new areas, especially in the remote and tribal regions.

    About 170 districts in 15 states in the country are now reportedly considered as naxal-infested. This unprecedented growth of naxalite movement in the country can be attributed to the support and encouragement it receives from the action group movement of networking NGOs which has got a strong and wide network all over the country. The irony of the situation is that the naxalite movement which proclaims to be the greatest crusader against the imperialist lobby is presently controlled by the action group movement which in turn is promoted, financed and controlled by the same imperialist lobby.

  14. Hindu Bengali males have all become communists and collude with Muslims to get the modesty of their own women outraged. How much more can a race fall? What next? Will Bengali Hindus start dragging their own wives to Muslim harems? A curse on all Bengalis who have become commies or support them. Well, who are we to complain. It is their own funeral.

    And what is all this talk of “hindus trembling with fear”? What has happened to Bengali Hindus? Have they lost their balls? Had such a thing happened in Punjab, Sikh swords would have been out in no time.

  15. There are 50 Sulabh Shauchalayas (public toilets) in Delhi; all of them are cleaned and looked after by Brahmins (this very welcome public institution was started by a Brahmin). A far cry from the elitist image that Brahmins have!There are five to six Brahmins manning each Shauchalaya. They came to Delhi eight to ten years back looking for a source of income, as they were a minority in most of their villages, where Dalits are in majority (60 per cent to 65 per cent). In most villages in UP and Bihar, Dalits have a union which helps them secure jobs in villages.Most number of Brahmins working as coolies at Delhi’s railway stations.One of them, Kripa Shankar Sharma, says while his daughter is doing her Bachelors in Science he is not sure if she will secure a job.You also find Brahmin rickshaw pullers in Delhi. 50 per cent of Patel Nagar’s rickshaw pullers are Brahmins who like their brethren have moved to the city looking for jobs for lack of employment opportunities and poor education in their villages.Even after toiling the whole day, Vijay Pratap and Sidharth Tiwari, two Brahmin rickshaw pullers, say they are hardly able to make ends meet. These men make about Rs 100 to Rs 150 on an average every day from which they pay a daily rent of Rs 25 for their rickshaws and Rs 500 to Rs 600 towards the rent of their rooms which is shared by 3 to 4 people or their families.Most rickshaw pullers in Banaras are Brahmins.This reverse discrimination is also found in bureaucracy and politics. Most of the intellectual Brahmin Tamil class has emigrated outside Tamil Nadu. Only 5 seats out of 600 in the combined UP and Bihar assembly are held by Brahmins — the rest are in the hands of the Yadavs.400,000 Brahmins of the Kashmir valley, the once respected Kashmiri Pandits, now live as refugees in their own country, sometimes in refugee camps in Jammu and Delhi in appalling conditions. But who gives a damn about them? Their vote bank is negligible.And this is not limited to the North alone. 75 per cent of domestic help and cooks in Andhra Pradesh are Brahmins. A study of the Brahmin community in a district in Andhra Pradesh (Brahmins of India by J Radhakrishna, published by Chugh Publications) reveals that today all purohits live below the poverty line,who are the real Dalits of India.

    In fact, according to this study there has been an overall decline in the number of Brahmin students. With the average income of Brahmins being less than that of non-Brahmins, a high percentage of Brahmin students drop out at the intermediate level. In the 5 to 18 year age group, 44 per cent Brahmin students stopped education at the primary level and 36 per cent at the pre-matriculation level.The study also found that 55 per cent of all Brahmins lived below the poverty line — below a per capita income of Rs 650 a month. Since 45 per cent of the total population of India is officially stated to be below the poverty line it follows that the percentage of destitute Brahmins is 10 per cent higher than the all-India figure.According to the Andhra Pradesh study, the largest percentage of Brahmins today are employed as domestic servants. The unemployment rate among them is as high as 75 per cent. Seventy percent of Brahmins are still relying on their hereditary vocation. There are hundreds of families that are surviving on just Rs 500 per month as priests in various temples (Department of Endowments statistics).Priests are under tremendous difficulty today, sometimes even forced to beg for alms for survival. There are innumerable instances in which Brahmin priests who spent a lifetime studying Vedas are being ridiculed and disrespected.At Tamil Nadu’s Ranganathaswamy Temple, a priest’s monthly salary is Rs 300 (Census Department studies) and a daily allowance of one measure of rice. The government staff at the same temple receive Rs 2,500 plus per month. But these facts have not modified the priests’ reputation as ‘haves’ and as ‘exploiters.’ The destitution of Hindu priests has moved none, not even the parties known for Hindu sympathy.

    The tragedy of modern India is that the combined votes of Dalits/OBC and Muslims are enough for any government to be elected. The Congress quickly cashed in on it after Independence, but probably no other government than Sonia Gandhi’s has gone so far in shamelessly dividing Indian society for garnering votes.The Indian government gives Rs 1,000 crores (Rs 10 billion) for salaries of imams in mosques and Rs 200 crores (Rs 2 billion) as Haj subsidies. But no such help is available to Brahmins and upper castes. As a result, not only the Brahmins, but also some of the other upper castes in the lower middle class are suffering in silence today, seeing the minorities slowly taking control of their majority.Anti-Brahminism originated in, and still prospers in anti-Hindu circles. It is particularly welcome among Marxists, missionaries, Muslims, separatists and Christian-backed Dalit movements of different hues. When they attack Brahmins, their target is unmistakably Hinduism.

    So the question has to be asked: are the Brahmins (and other upper castes) of yesterday becoming the Dalits of today

  16. Brahmins are still suffering due to actions of the selfish and glory seeking leftist bramnins who came to power after Independence its high time that brahmins start getting vocal. Brahmins are by no means minority. There are enough of us spread all over India. This country’s culture and heritage was shaped by brahmins and non brahmins should be grateful for that.Maybe it was our ancestors single largest mistake that they were always King makers but not kings. India is nothing without Brahmins.

  17. We are witnessing today a revival of Hinduism with all its peaceful ambitions without any fundamentalist ferocity. Flushed with temple donation given by Hindus, Hinduism can re-acquire its self-righteousness of olden days through Krishna’s teachings in Gita, and has re-affirmed its mission of world-conquest through yogashakti. This in particular has been chosen as a priority target. This is the best time for “revival of the past glory of Hinduism”.

  18. Spiritually, the temples are like launching pads where one performs those activities that assist in reaching higher dimensions. They are the doorways to more advanced realms and where pilgrims and devotees go to make an outward display of their devotion to their Deities. Though God is within us all, and religion or yoga is very often an inward process, God can manifest externally as the Deity, the arca-vigraha incarnation, through which He accepts the devotee’s service while he or she is in the material realm. These devotional activities, such as simple darshan (seeing the Deity and being seen by the Deity), are considered purifying for one’s life and consciousness. The goal is to continue on this path until one’s thoughts are purified to the point where one sheds his or her materialistic consciousness and can enter the spiritual realm, at least by the time of death if not before. Thus, everyone tries to visit the nearest temple a few times a day, or tries to make pilgrimages to the famous holy places. The temples usually have a main shrine with smaller temples or shrines surrounding it. These shrines may have murtis or carved images of important spiritual masters, or deities of various demigods, such as Parvati (Lord Shiva’s wife), Durga (the warrior aspect of Parvati, sometimes called Kali, Tara, etc.), Sarasvati (goddess of knowledge and intelligence), Lakshmi (goddess of fortune, Lord Vishnu’s wife), Ganesh (a son of Shiva, said to destroy obstacles and offer good luck), Murugan (meaning divine child, the Tamil name for Subramaniya, another son of Shiva, especially worshiped in the South), Brahma (born from Lord Vishnu and who engineered the creation of the living beings within the universe), and Shiva (the benevolent one, part of the triad of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva who continually create, maintain, and destroy the universe), and Deities of the Supreme, such as Vishnu (incarnation of the Supreme appearing as the All-pervading One, the preserver or maintainer of the universe), or Krishna (the Supreme Being, source of all other incarnations, such as Rama, Vishnu, Narasimha, etc.). The temple is usually dedicated to a particular form of God or demigod which you will find on the main altar. It is explained that the Deity is not a product of someone’s imagination, but is made in accordance with the ancient Vedic texts, called the Shilpasutras, which deal with the science of iconography. Everything about the Deity, such as its proportions, the postures, hand gestures, weapons (if any), the emblems, etc., all mean something. Therefore, it is very important that every part of the Deity is formed properly. The Deity may also have different features which represent different aspects, abilities, powers, or pastimes. After the Deity is formed, there is the elaborate installation ceremony during which the Deity is installed in the temple. At this time the devotees and priests petition the personality of the demigod or Supreme Being to take up residence in the form of the Deity. Only then does the Deity become the arca-vigraha, or worshipable incarnation of the Supreme Being or particular demigod. It is considered that since God is the controller of both material and spiritual energies, He can turn something material into spiritual energy or vice versa. Thus, the Deity, which may appear to be made of common material elements, becomes spiritual and allows us to see spiritual form with our material senses. Out of the causeless mercy of the Supreme, He agrees to reside within the form of the Deity to accept the worship of His devotees. Of course, we should not think He is forced to remain there. If He is neglected or if harm is allowed to come to the Deity, He may leave the form of the Deity at any time. There are many stories in both traditional Vedic writings and local legends that relate how various Deities have reciprocated with devotees. Such relations have taken place in dreams as well as in the awakened state in which the Deity has come to life to show Himself as He is or partake in pastimes with His devotees. There are also some instances when Krishna or Shiva spontaneously manifested themselves as stone Deities. Such Deities are called self-manifested because they were not formed by any artist or priest. Lord Venkateshvara at Tirupati, Vishvanatha Shiva at Varanasi, and several Krishna Deities at Vrindavan are a few examples of this. Of course, most Westerners of little faith cannot explain such occurrences, and can hardly accept that the Supreme would exhibit Himself in this way. They would rather look for some “logical” or non-mystical explanation for such things. But for the devoted and the sages who have glimpsed and understand the spiritual dimensions of existence, the Deities are a reality. Even if one cannot accept the concept of Deities, then even in the most abstract sense the images, such as in Buddhism, represent cosmic principles which affect us all. Therefore, they remain a part of the reality we experience at every moment. In this way, the temples are the places where one can see and even experience the Divine. Furthermore, many of the temples are built at locations where ancient historical or holy events involving the incarnations of God or the demigods have occurred. Such temples give evidence for the legends that are described in the Puranas which explain how the Supreme Being appeared there. Therefore, these sites become very sacred, even spiritualized for having been the site of the pastimes of the Supreme. It is for this reason that people can acquire great spiritual merit by visiting these places. Thus, these sites become important centers on the pilgrimage routes for many of the devout. In this way, the temples are the most significant of the surviving monuments where religious, social, cultural, and, in many cases, political aspects of history have been preserved. Historically, the temples were also major centers for education. The larger ones would maintain priests and students for the recitation of the Puranic texts to the people at large. Thus, both literate or illiterate people could be provided with a cultural education. The villages, however, had schools for basic study and learning, but beyond that the temples often had libraries full of books from all branches of learning and teachers who taught all these subjects. The temples also served as centers for the arts since they would employ many artists to paint scenes from the Puranic legends or carve beautiful sculptures. There were also jewelers and goldsmiths who would make articles for the Deities. Musicians and singers were also employed, and dancing girls would perform exotic dances in times of worship, especially during festivals. The larger temples had hospitals and doctors and areas for feeding and caring for the poor and destitute. In order to do all this, the temples consumed large amounts of fruits and grains. Thus, the temples were given plots of land that were used mostly by the farmers for growing food for the offerings in the temples. These offerings, however, would then be redistributed amongst the temple employees and the poor. The temples also had systems of banking. Thus, with such a variety of activity centered around them, the temples played a very important part in Indian culture. After we have traveled through India, and if we have been able to connect with the spiritual side of it, the experience will certainly influence us in a special way. In fact, on some level we will never be the same. If we have traveled with a seeker’s humility and a quest for higher experiences, then some of us who have gone on this journey will have attained glimpses into the visions of the sages and viewed similar levels of higher reality. The effects and memories of such encounters will stay with us forever and, thus, change our lives. This is priceless experience.[Stephen Knapp]

  19. I actually had an interaction with Rashidi a few years back. He runs a Dalit group on Yahoo in which they spend most of their time claiming Dalits are Black and bashing Hinduism.

    I sent him a message (after I joined) and questioned him of many of his claims, he could not give me an answer. He simply replied “i’m not a racist, but i do believe Hinduism is a racist religion”. I replied to him and told him that while the caste system is a social structure (which has been misused) and I applaud him for trying to help the Dalits but asked him how can Hinduism be racist (no evidence points to this) when the caste system is a social structure and not based on color and race? I provided him every credible evidence showing him that caste system is indeed a social structure and should rather be classified as classist rather than racist. Rashidi simply replied and accused me of being a Hindu nationalist (
    im not) and banned me from his group.

    Goes to show his credibility. From this point on, i knew Rashidi had vested political and social interest in promoting his non sense.

  20. Ranuko Rashidi claims that Buddha was black and spoke up against the Aryan Brahmins and attempted to establish an equal society by giving Dalits (“blacks”) their rights.

    Since Rashidi has not read any Hindu or Buddhist scriptures, he is living in a dream world and promoting this stupidity to his fellow Africans, whom he knows will simply rely on him and never do their own research.

    Anyone who’s actually read Hindu scriptures will know that the word Aryan in Hinduism means noble, as someone who does good deeds, as opposed to an “anarya”, someone who does evil deeds, thus the word does not refer to an ethnicity or race but is rather a title given to those who achieve high ranks based on merit.

    Anyone who has also read Buddhist scriptures will know that the word Aryan is mentioned by Buddha many, many more times than it is mentioned in Hindu scriptures. Buddha even called his path ” Ariyapuggalas” meaning “the path of the Aryans”.

    This small fact, among many that stand against Rashidi’s claims will silence Rashidi is less than two minutes. Rashidi knows this. This is precisely why he plays politics and accuses anyone who puts these facts forward as either being a nationalist or “supporting the caste system”. He then fills the minds of his naive followers with his rhetoric and lies.

    I support helping the Dalits as a people but I encourage everyone to find the facts yourself and fight for groups of poeple based on truth, not on lies.

  21. I had an interaction, as well, with Rashidi, YEARS ago. If you do NOT agree with his points of view, you are automatically “blocked” from his Facebook and Yahoo groups. It appears to me, he spreads lies, to become famous and gain attention. If ANYONE, black, white, yellow or brown, challenges him or shows a different point of view, he immediately shuts that person down and leaves him or her no opportunity for a healthy discussion and/or rebuttal. When I pointed out that Muslims enslaved Africans BEFORE the Europeans (the British) and perverted Indian, Persian and African societies, he completely IGNORED the issue! I also suspect that he inadvertently revealed, to me, that Runoko Rashidi is NOT his real name but a name given to him (I suspect to cover his past criminal history). The word ‘Aryan’ had nothing to do with Europeans (or white skin). The term was STOLEN and perverted into something it never was! He clearly is manipulating the minds of ignorant Black Americans for his own greed and need for fame! In the U.S., he only LECTURES blacks living in the ghettos or slums of California or any other state he travels to. Why? Because he can manipulate and control the minds of angry, lost, confused, and shattered black youth! He has already been challenged by other black scholars and he refuses to debate EVEN THEM!!!! So much for his so-called pride…he even got into a heated debate with a Nigerian about his own country! The fact that he is born in the U.S., and knows nothing about Nigerian should be proof enough that he had no right to argue with a natural-born Nigerian.

    INDIAN PEOPLE ARE INDIAN PEOPLE. LEAVE THEM AS SUCH!!! They are neither black nor white.

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