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Sun Worship

Is this age old tradition still relevant?

Historians tell us that our ancestors in most countries at one time worshipped the sun yet in the modern world many think of the sun only as a convenience that gives us heat and light. Our ancestors were not stupid, they wanted to know how life worked and how they could better survive, sun worship helped in many ways.

The sun of course was and still is the most significant phenomenon in our local universe without which we could not survive. In fact if the sun suddenly stopped performing its current function, all life on earth would perish within a couple of days and in the resultant -270° and darkness, the planets of

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The Nature of Suffering

And the Key to Happiness

In the modern world of today, billions of people are fearing coronavirus and many governments are acting to politicise the fear as much as acting to contain and hopefully exterminate the virus.

The nature of suffering is twofold:

1. The physical; as in suffering caused by physical incapacity, the common cold, coronavirus and accidental injuries that compromise our physical ability to act in the world. A great amount of effort is put into alleviating these physical sufferings by the use of various treatments within the realms of allopathic medicine.

While chemical medicine and surgical interventions take care of some of the physical aspects of human existence, these do little to alleviate the suffering caused by

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Saving India

Articles 28, 29 30 of Indian Constitution, must be removed or amended

The overall situation in India is a consequence of 1000 years of occupation, brainwashing and other abuses. It’s my wish for greater social equity, and the value of Dharma to be recognised and uplifted. The removal or amendment of these articles will assist the emergence of a much truer vision of Sanatana Dharma as a science, a truer picture of Hindu history, facilitating the emergence of a more appropriate social and political responsibility.

Failure in this will encourage vested anti India organisations to continue wrecking havoc in the country so the government must be encouraged to amend these articles of

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Why Remove Article 370?

A personal story of a policy dividing India today

What is Article 370? Get educated!

“Article 370 of the Indian constitution gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir—a state in India, located in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent, and a part of the larger region of Kashmir, which has been the subject of dispute between India, Pakistan, and China since 1947 allowing it to have a separate constitution, a state flag and autonomy over the internal administration of the state. The government of India revoked this special status in August 2019 through a Presidential Order and the passage of a resolution in Parliament.” ~ Wiki

It would be polite to say that Article 370 came about

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The Culture of Rape

An epidemic of ignorance

Rape has always existed throughout human evolution as a short term expression of fulfilling desires but as we take life to live, you could say it is part of our character?

In primitive tribal societies where there existed a healthy fear of inbreeding, young men would go out and capture themselves a wife from a neighbouring tribe. This was accepted as a way of maintaining genetic diversity and women were always traded to cement political or economic agreements between tribes and kingdoms.

In times of war it has been customary for conquering troops to rape the women in addition to the general looting and destruction but let’s not forget the millions of men and women

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A Twisted Legacy

Reviling the nature of existence

In the pursuit of the hatred against the option of natural happiness, is it nihilism, masochism, self inflicted humiliation or a plastic pride that inflates the ego?

They try so hard to hide their hatred that is so inbuilt in their very mental make up. They feel its their duty to hate Hindus and everything related as their dream or idea is to enslave Hindus or finish with them or rule them and use them as slaves. That is the foundation less basis that they think is their birthright as converts that encourages such malignant mindset; unbeknown to them they are 100% Hindu not only genetically but historically, racially but socially and religiously. They

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A Failure in Archaeology

Categorising ancient science as religion

The world’s population by and large are being duped, brainwashed and educated with a large amount of false information in regards to world history. Schools are still teaching that the development of India only took place due to an Aryan invasion. This has clearly been disproved and in fact it is knowledge from India which gave rise to modern civilisation, a bitter pill for the colonialists to swallow because they still believe they are right.

In the field of archaeology in addition to finding, dating places of human habitation from antiquity and getting them into some kind of global picture, they have the audacity to classify evidence of ancient knowledge and science as religion. Religion

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Secularism in Perspective

A grand hoodwink and political tool

Like before the last election in 2014, this time too, there are voices by so-called intellectuals that “secularism is in danger” if BJP comes to power again. Though Indians are generally highly intelligent, when it comes to secularism, most intellectuals, media and politicians get the concept wrong.

Since secularism is a western ‘invention’, I would like to put it into perspective:

Contrary to the general perception in India, secular is not the opposite of communal. Communal as such is not objectionable either. It means ‘pertaining to a community’. In Germany, elections to local bodies are called “communal elections” (Kommunalwahlen).

Secular means worldly and is opposite to ‘religious’. Now ‘religious’ in this context refers to

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A Short History of Flight

And the national clamour to be seen as the first

People have probably always observed the movement of the birds and the clouds across the sky, people have often dreamt they were flying and consequently dreamed of making fiscal flight a reality. It is documented that the first motorised balloon was created by Shivkar Bapuji and made its début flight in 1876.

Setting aside other legends, the Wright brothers who were adjacent to one of the worlds most modern and technologically developed cities are credited as being the first to fly a powered aircraft.

However half a world away, Richard William Pearse, a New Zealand farmer and inventor flew and landed a powered heavier-than-air machine on 31 March 1903, nine

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Education Fails

When fictions and beliefs are taught as truths

Most parents want their children to become successful and happy in life, most often with more emphasis on success because they believe that success is the key to happiness. Success as in money is the flag of aspiration and meaning in life that supersedes almost everything else and children today are being driven en-mass towards this ill-defined goal.

Success is a great many things and every individual develops their own interpretation. While the most basic success is to grow into life, reproduce and see one’s children grow into life to the point where one can experience grandchildren represents the greatest universal success because it is biological and represents the natural continuation of

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