Thursday, August 27, 2015

"Islamic Havoc in Indian History" by P N Oak an Introduction

This volume represents only a small cross-section of the vast number of Muslim chronicles, chronicles that have recorded the fiendish deeds of Islamic raiders and rulers for over a millenium in India alone. This amounts to a sickening tale of unrelieved and uninterrupted trickery, treachery, tyranny, torture, terror, temptation and taxation. The book is hereby soulfully dedicated to the following groups: (1) The Muslim chroniclers themselves for leaving behind a factual record of the gory deeds of murder, massacre, rape and plunder, indulged in by every Muslim from the Sultan to the fakir against all non-Muslims and also often against his own kith and kin with great Islamic glee, gusto and pride. (2)The pre-Islamic Arab Deval Dal Durj community (briefly referred to as “Durj”) who still maintain their bravely and fiercely defended holy Vedic (Hindu) faith, inhabiting the Rab-al-Khali region in Saudi Arabia. There they continue to worship in temples, with or without idols, reciting verbatim their pious chants. Unlike Muslim women, their women wear no veil. Their Sanskrit name signifies ‘The invincible temple guards (or brigade) indicating that though overwhelmed by hordes of neo-Muslim fellow Arabs, that Vedic guard has successfully preserved its Vedic faith till today. (3) All Muslims who have renounced or denounced Islam for its sickening record of unmitigated barbarism. (4) To history readers and scholars in Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Borneo, Philippines and Spain with the request that they immediately undertake the task of collecting, translating and publishing Muslim chronicles of Islamic raids and ravages on their countries. This will dispel the false notion that Islam came to their countries peacefully and not with a sword and a Koran in their two hands. (5) The many millions of Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs massacred in India since the onslaught of the first Muslim raider in India. Wrote Swami Vivekananda in the “Rules & Regulations of the Rama Krishna Math, Belur”, in 1897-98, pages 19-20: “When the Muslims first came to India, there were, according to their historical records, sixty crores of Hindus in India. This calculation suffers rather from underestimation than exaggeration; for lots of people perished through the persecution of the Muslims. Therefore it is obvious that the number of the Hindus was even more than sixty crores - on no account less than that. But today, the same Hindus have dwindled into

Pre Buddhist Hindu Dieties worship in Japan

Please note that Buddhism was started only around 2500 year ago whereas सनातन धर्म is in existence since thousands of years ago. Please also note that our ऋषि-मुनी were engaged in spreading Bhaarateey culture since long. All the lands in the world had the benefit of getting initiated in Bhaarateey culture by these great people. That is why whatever Religion, the Japanese were following that time, they got attracted to these Bhaarateey ऋषि-मुनी and modified (if they had anything earlier) in the सनातन धर्म way and became सनातनी. As we know, their religion prior to Buddhism was शिंटो. This is mere अपभ्रंश of the word सनातन. So they must have picked up the pantheon of Hindu Gods then. That is why we are finding so many temples of many Gods (similar to those of Hindus) there even now. Buddhism is nothing but सनातन धर्म giving more importance of the अहिंसा principle as compared to others that is all.

Most people are not aware that numerous Hindu deities are very actively worshiped in Japan. In fact, there are hundreds of shrines to Saraswati alone. There are innumerable representations of Lakshmi, Indra, Brahma, Ganesha, Garuda and other deities. In fact, deities we have practically forgotten in India, such as Vayu and Varuna are still worshiped in Japan.

In many ways, I find that Japan has preserved ancient Hindu traditions, even when they may have changed here in India. A study of Japanese Buddhism also provides missing links in our study of the evolution of Buddhism in its present form in Tibet