Ten Shades of Indian Secularism

Time to ponder over the issues


1 ) In India, with 80% Hindu population, and the only homeland of Hindus in the world, the birthdays of great sons of the soil, Shri Ram and Shri Krishna, are not compulsory central government  holidays, while the birthday of Saudi Arabia born prophet Mohammad and both the birth and crucifixion day of Bethlehem born Jesus, are compulsory holidays throughout India.

This seems in sync with the secular hypothesis that Ram and Krishna are imaginary comic characters while Prophet Mohammad and Jesus are actual historical characters.

There are only two Hindu holidays out of compulsory 14, in contrast with four Muslim ones.

2) The Constitution of India enables the government to take control of Hindu temples and trusts and appoint its nominees in their controlling body and even control its funds.

The government does not have this privilege for the mosques or churches. The government cannot interfere in the functioning of the mosques, Madarsas and any minority institutions even if they receive government aid, which is taxpayers’ money.

The minority institutions are not bound to comply with the Right to Education Act either.

3) India does not have uniform civil code.

Indian Muslim males are legally allowed to have up to four wives at a time, and can divorce them by saying ‘Talaaq’ thrice, in compliance with Sharia.

Hindus and Christians have to follow proper court procedures to file for divorce.

The women right activists who organise ‘slut-walks’ to celebrate their ‘rights’ and advocate girls visiting pubs, do not speak on this matter.

Shah Bano case stands as a glaring example of how secularism is a constitutionally prescribed drug meant only for Hindus, not for minorities.

4) Prayagraj, one of the holiest pilgrimages of Hindus, is called Allahabad. Kashi, Ayodhya and Mathura, each of these three holy sites has been desecrated and yet not fully restored.

The signboards of Aurangzeb road in Delhi stand as the testimony to India’s slavery that Indian secularism celebrates so profusely.

In 2007, over 100,000 Indian Muslims paid homage to Aurangzeb’s tomb on his 300th anniversary, that’s when Aurangzeb is known to be the perpetrator of the largest Hindu genocide ever.

Aurangzeb had even got Guru Teg Bahadur beheaded in his court for his refusal to convert to Islam.

5) An instance of Indian secularism is the 1978 directive to NCERT which instructs it to erase all medieval history which paints a picture of clash between native Hindus and invading Muslims in that era. Consequently, we have a chapter each from Akbar to Aurangzeb, but Shivaji and Maharana Pratap are squeezed into a paragraph each in history books.

Despite all the evidence to the contrary, discredited Aryan invasion theory is still taught in Indian schools.

The history books do not cover the Mahabharata despite a plethora of archaeological evidence available to conclusively establish its historicity.

6) The Archaeological Survey of India in its annual report of 1924-25 published a long list of Hindu temples demolished during Islamic rule.

Sita Ram Goel, Arun Shourie and others have published a book after conducting research and they have given a 64 page long district-wise list of Islamic monuments which were constructed by demolishing Hindu temples.

This list, in the book, “Hindu temples – what happened to them”, includes around 2000+ temples and gives in most cases, the year of construction of those structures also.

Even in Kashmir, hundreds of temples, small and large have been desecrated over during the exodus of Hindus in early 90s.

This, however, is a non-issue in larger secular polity. It’s continued unabated in whichever time or space, Hindus have become weak.

7) From Ram Mandir to Ram Setu and to Bhagvad Geeta, all have been dragged into Indian courts.

India is the only country in the world where the faith of 100 Crore people is humiliated.

It’d be silly to look for parallels where in a Muslim majority country, Quran or the prophet, or in a Christian majority country, Bible or the Christ, could be dragged into a court of law.

In India, the central government filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court suggesting that Ram never existed. In the same country, Christian missionaries openly preach about Hindus’ false and ‘characterless’ gods, and so do Islamic missionaries like Zakir Naik, but the tag of ‘hate-monger’ has been attributed to Hindu right wing by secular luminaries in media and otherwise.

8) There are numerous government schemes which are run exclusively for the benefit of minorities at the expense of taxpayer money, despite an apparent prohibition to the same in the constitution.

Pashchim Bengal government paying monthly stipend to all the Imams of all the mosques in the state is a glaring example of this.

The same is not extended to Hindu Pujaris.

The Haj subsidy, against which the Supreme Court finally ordered, which had been running since Independence even when no other country, not even Pakistan offers it, is another example.

9) The pious human right activists, known for their love for Jihadi terrorists, those who have been running justiceforafzalguru.org for years now, have not spoken for the inhumane treatment meted out to Sadhvi Pragya, and Swami Aseemanand.

Their love for those displaced in Gujarat riots, their sympathy on Crores of Bangladeshi infiltrators and their disgusting silence and aversion on lakhs of Kashmiri Hindu refugees and Pakistani Hindu refugees is another jewel of the muddled waters of Indian secularism.

10) The practice of Saraswati Vandana has been discontinued from almost all government events with the rise of secular fanaticism.

The TV series Chanakya of 90’s was asked to remove Saffron flags from it; it’s being indispensable to the picturaization of Chanakya’s Akhand Bharat notwithstanding.

Doordarshan’s ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’ had also been removed before being brought back.

Off late, even the practice of lighting a lamp has been criticised as ‘unislamic’.

Litigation was filed in Gujarat High Court for inaugurating a room by breaking a coconut for its being a Hindu (not secular).

A case was lodged in Chennai High Court to prohibit the employees celebrating festivals in office space.

The beast of secular fanaticism has gone wilder over the years, and if not us, posterity will have to bear the brunt of our callous ignorance.

Source: IBTL

We’re becoming 2nd class citizens in our own country.

The likes of Digvijay Singh having the gumption of saying that the riots in Assam were because of ‘Hindu infiltrators’.

Not one word of protest on the racial riots there,

Why? Because it’s a Congress ruled state!

2 Responses

  1. Of course Hindoos are the most persecuted, neglected lot of people(in their dreams) of course. It was the Aryan Hindoos who desecrated and destroyed the Indus Valley Civilisation of the subcontinent. Not only that exploited and still exploits majority of the ‘son of soil’ by preaching economic-cultural-political-social bias and discrimination through the preaching of superstition. Is it not a fact that the international-great religion of Buddhism, although born in India has become almost extinct thanks to the ‘Apartheidist’ policies of the Hindoos./ Who told ‘Apartheid’ was born and bred in South Afrika, it was born in the subcontinent after the the savage Indo Aryan usurpers came to the subcontinent.

    Since when Arun Shourie become a researcher(does he and his cohorts know research methods?).
    Guru Tegh Bahadur was beheaded by Aurangzeb, but was not his followers the Punjabi sikhs massacred by the Hindoos from 1980 till 1990?
    It is this Hindoos who supported the NAZI’s of Adolf Hitler(Bastards of Devil) because they are the bastards of bastards of the Devil..

  2. Population according to last census OBC dalits comprise 55% of the population and we donot allow them in our temples and no inter marriage then how can they be classified as hindus?

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