Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Statues of Lord Ram, Lord Lakshman and Sree Seeta burnt on Dassera

Posted on 08 October, 2006
3 persons arrested

(As a symbol of destruction of defects, statue of Ravana is burnt. But by burning statues of the supreme Sree Rama, anti-Hindus have shown their demonic attitude. –Editor)

Bhatinda (Punjab): In a village known as Bhai Rupa, Dist. Bhatinda in Punjab, on the day of Dassera, instead of statue of Ravana, statues of Sree Ram, Lakshman and Seeta were burnt. Three persons have been arrested in this connection. Shiv Sena, Bajarang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad have demanded that strict action should be taken against the accused.

Source: 'Daily Sanatan Prabhat'

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Hindu temple remains found under the debris of a Dargah


Posted on 04 October, 2006

  • The ruins found in the debris belong to a temple built by Yadav dynasty – Pandurang Balkawade, Historian

  • This is a proof of ‘idol-breaking’ mind-set of Muslims – HJS


  • (For thousands of years, Muslim assaults have destroyed Hindu temples and constructed mosques and dargahs in its place; but our politicians always favour Muslims and have tried to hide these facts of history. This incident in Pune has, however, shown that Muslim mosques and dargahs are originally Hindu temples. A series of articles published by ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ also say the same thing. Will Indian rulers give back to Hindus, their places of worship? – Editor)

    Remains of a temple found under the debris of a Dargah (Photo 1)


    Remains of a temple found under the debris of a Dargah (Photo 2)

    Pune: The base wall of Chhota Shaikh Sallah dargah had collapsed about a month ago. Now as the repairs of the wall is going on, ruins of Hindu ancient temple have been found under the debris of the wall.

    Near Mutha River at Pune, there is a dargah of Shaikh Sallah. About a month back, the wall of durgah collapsed. The local municipality took up work of development of the Mutha River. Now when the debris is being cleared, ruins of ancient Hindu temple have been unearthed. The news spread likes a fire and members of many Hindu organizations rushed to the spot resulting in creating tension in the area. Police prohibited people from going there by raising barricades. The media persons were, however, allowed to visit the spot. Shri. Gajanan Mehandale and Shri. Pandurang Balkawade senior historians also visited the site on hearing the news.

    The ruins found in the debris belong to a temple built by Yadav dynasty – Pandurang Balkawade, Historian

    While informing the media persons, Shri. Bulkawade said that according to the historical records, the ruins are of temple built in Yadava reign. There were Shiva and Vishnu temples at Punyeshwar and Narayaneshwar on the banks of Mutha River. Muslim Sultan Allauddin Khilaji attacked southern India. Later, he appointed Bada alias Bura Arab as his first Muslim administrator in the year 1194.

    During that time, one ‘Avalia’ called Nizamuddin came to Pune from Delhi along with his 700 followers. Two of his disciples named Shaikh Isauddin and Shaikh Saluddin started propagation of ‘Islam’. These two disciples destroyed the Shiva and Vishnu temples. In the holy book ‘Gatha’ written by Saint Namdev, there is a mention of these temples. After their death, in place of Narayaneshwar temple, Shaikh Sallah was built in the name of the elder and in place of Punyeshwar temple; Shaikh Sallah was built in the name of younger shaikh in the year 1330.

    Pune got its name from the name of the temple ‘Punyeshwar’. In the year 1918, Pune municipality had found some ruins of the temple when development work was undertaken e.g. dwarshakha of the temple, idol of Sree Vishnu, an idol of a hermit, other idols of Hindu deities, ‘Shiva-linga’, Gomukh etc. these ruins were handed over to the Indian Historians Committee.

    This is a proof of ‘idol-breaking’ mind-set of Muslims – HJS

    It is a slap on the face of so-called secularists and is one more proof of the theory that ‘Attackers are always breakers; they can never be creators’. It is not a coincidence that after Paithan, ruins of temples have been found at Muslim structures at Pune; but it is an evident proof that Muslims have been ‘idol breakers’. Even in excavations at Babri Masjid, ruins of Hindu temples have been found; but despite so many proofs, Muslims are claiming it as their structure and even Government is keeping mum. Hindus should not be under the wrong impression that Govt. would do anything for taking over their structures but need to unite and fight for getting back their own structures – appealed Shri. Ramesh Shinde, the spokesperson of HJS for the State of Maharashtra

    Every mosque is a built over a Hindu temple – P.N. Oak, Senior Historian

    Shri. P. N. Oak has said that it is his theory that every mosque is a taken over Hindu temple. This applied to even ‘Kaba’, a Muslim holy place. He said that he has won a no. of cases in court based on this theory.

    Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

    Tuesday, October 03, 2006

    Frauds confirmed by raid in Christian Mafia centre

    10/1/2006 8:26:14 AM

    Allegations against Retreat Centre

    Source:newindpress.com

    THRISSUR: The special investigation team that spent seven hours at the Divine Retreat complex, Muringoor, seized several medicines and documents that could incriminate the Retreat authorities.

    It was learnt from top sources that the Retreat authorities would be charged for at least three offences that include running an illegal hospital and treating patients without qualified hands. The Retreat applied for a licence for a hospital in 2001, but sanction was not granted.

    Several allegations have been leveled against the centre in the past few years and several cases filed in the High Court against the Retreat, which attracts believers from several states.

    Cases of suicides by mentally-ill patients brought to the centre for treatment have also been reported. At the time of the inspection on Saturday, there were at least 1,000 patients at the centre being treated for various ailments.

    It has seven departments for treatment including a de-addiction centre, paediatric and psychiatry wings.

    The police team found that injections and clinical operations were being carried out by non-qualified hands. An off-campus treatment centre at Veloor and a day-care centre run by the Retreat authorities were also inspected. Priests and several believers present at the centre were also questioned.

    It is reported that there were at least 10,000 believers at the Retreat at the time of the operation. Investigating officers, however, declined to comment saying that it would hamper the probe. Mohajir said a joint-conference of the inspecting team would be held on Sunday to evaluate its findings.

    Missionary mafia now to kidnapping business

    9/27/2006 5:50:05 PM HK

    Kozhanjeri:Police arrested two Missionaries here for attempting to Kidnap a gypsy girl of seven years.

    Due to timely intervention of the Public the attempt was spoiled.Thottathil Thomas and a crypto Christian Venkitakrishnan was arrested by Police.They belong to Bathesthu Charitable trust in Puthankurisu.

    The Missionary Mafia in Kerala now focuses on increasing their strength in Charity Homes by Kidnapping! In order to receive foreign funds they have to send the photos and videos of the inmates to their masters in US and Europe

    Mumbai Blasts-Now what?

    10/1/2006 2:11:39 PM HK

    The Highlights of the press conference done by A.N.Roy,Mumbai police chief.

    *The plot masterminded by ISI

    *Executed by Laskar-e-Toiba

    *Supported by Jaish-e-Mohammed and SIMI

    *11 Jihadistanis and 20 Indian Jihadi’s were directly involved

    *Out of 15 Jihadistanis one was dead in blast and another shot dead in encounter

    *Rest 9 not yet caught.

    *15 Indian Jihadis are under arrest

    *Prime accused Ethesham Siddiqui, is Maharashtra unit general secretary of SIMI.

    *Faisal Sheikh another accused from Mira Road, Mumbai received 60 lakhs Rupees from Saudi Arabia via Hawala for the operation.

    * Kamaluddin Ansari another accused from Madhubhani in Bihar helped the Jihadistani’s to enter India via Nepal,Bangladesh and Gujarath Borders

    *Faisal and Siddiqui arranged all local help for Jihadistani’s including accommodation.

    *20 Kg of RDX was bought by Jihadistani’s from Jihadistan

    *Fast Track court to try the accused.

    Mumbai police have done a great job even without the moral support from the Central Government, But the question hangs in the minds of Patriotic Indians are now what?

    The Fast Track court may convict or acquit these terrorists, Terrorist Right Activists will come openly to support these Jehadi’s, Sonia Maino may plea for clemency to these Jehadi’s also to President,ManMohan Singh will give his smiling face together with Musharaff in coming summits,and the media and Public will forget this as an another episode and will refurbish theses datas as mere Statistics..For those in power those who are dead are mere numbers in a statistical data-But still there are few living souls, the Kith and Kin of those died, weeping silently cursing their fate..

    Old man manhandled for drinking water during Ramdan

    10/1/2006 4:49:20 PM HK

    Malappuram: A Hindu old man who drank a glass of water during Ramadan fasting was physically assaulted by a Muslim. This incident happen at Perinthalmana in Malappuram district.

    The old man,was waiting for bus at Thazekode, when he felt thirsty and went to the nearby home of a Hindu to quench his thirst.A Muslim on seeing this shouted at the old man and asked why he was drinking water in public and started hitting him.

    Suddenly some passerbys came to the old man's rescue. Realising the situation, the attacker quickly left the place. So far no case was registered by the local police.

    In this Muslim majority district in Malappuram till recently even the the shops of Hindus were not allowed to open.Due to the efforts of Hindu organisations Hindus were atleast able to open the Shops, But no one are allowed to drink or eat in public during their fasting month.

    A temple is not a secular space

    Posted on 01 October, 2006
    By Sandhya Jain

    The “reform industry” is still at work questioning the tradition of barring women between 10 and 50 years from Sabarimala. It needs to be stated in this context that there are several Ayappa temples in India, including one in Delhi, where women devotees are welcomed.

    Although the Kerala Police have not spelled out the larger conspiracy to defame the Sabarimala shrine, there can be little doubt that actress Jaimala acted at the behest of her Christian co-religionists to secure non-Hindu intervention in the affairs of one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimages. The so-called incident became a useful tool for the anti-Hindu industry to fight for the right of non-believing Hindu women to enter the temple in the name of equality and women’s rights, when all devout women have hitherto accepted the ban on entry for women between the ages of 10 and 50.

    Since the “astamangala devaprasanam” that led to the actress’ so-called confession is linked to the defamation scandal concerning Chief Thantri Kantaru Mohanaru, who denied the veracity of the “devaprasanam” and refused to participate in the prescribed “purification” rituals, the police would do well to ensure early rehabilitation of the affected priest. The incrimination of the priest in a sexual scandal, again involving the Christian woman of allegedly loose morals, is not an individual matter, but as in the concocted case against the Kanchi Acharyas, involves the prestige of the entire Hindu society.

    The Kerala crime branch has now found that the claim by the Sabarimala Thantri that astrologer Unnikrishna Panicker, who conducted the “devaprasanam,” has old links with actress Jaimala and had conducted pujas in her Bangalore residence in 2000. The actress shot into the national limelight when, after Panicker’s claim in June that the sanctity of the Sabarimala temple had been breached and therefore the deity was angry, she “confessed” that she had made the pilgrimage 19 years ago at the age of 27, entered the temple undetected after the long trek and the ritual bath in the river, and even touched the feet of the deity.

    This created a nationwide furor. On the one hand, the astrologer insisted that all Kerala temples should undergo purification rituals, which many agreed to, just to be on the safe side. But the Sabarimala Thantri declared the incident a fraud, and when he refused to have purification in his temple, he was conveniently embroiled in a sex scandal and ousted from his job. This created further outrage among the people, and the police soon began retracing their steps on that story as well.

    But even as the “human rights industry” got into the act, declaring that all Hindu women were suffering untold discrimination by not being permitted to enter this one temple in their child-bearing years, another Christian actress, Meera Jasmine, decided to disrespect Hindu sentiments by entering Raja Rajeshwara temple where non-Hindus are prohibited and women may enter only after evening pujas. She was spotted by the temple staff and claimed to have taken permission from the TTK Devaswom, which administers the temple, but authorities denied this, pointing out that only Hindus are allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum of the Raja Rajeshwar temple. As a result, the temple has to undertake an expensive and time-consuming purification process.

    The fact that the actress later shelled out Rs 10,000 for the purification rituals does not detract from the fact that she willfully defied Hindu temple rules. It needs to be emphasised that unlike Islam and Christianity, where the mosque and church are mere congregation halls for collective prayers by the community, the Hindu temple is actually the house of god, where the deity is believed to be physically present (virajman) to listen to the entreaties of devotees. The Hindu temple therefore has a sanctity that does not apply to the mosque and church, which are in a fundamental sense, very secular places. The Hindu temple, therefore, cannot be considered a tourist spot for the idle and curious, and non-Hindus must accept their limits if certain temples do not welcome visitors who are not devotees. There can be no equal right of access to temples for outsiders.

    The “reform industry”, meanwhile, is still at work questioning the tradition of barring women between 10 and 50 years from Sabarimala. It needs to be stated in this context that there are several Ayappa temples in India, including one in Delhi, where women devotees are welcomed with open arms. The partial ban on women is explicitly limited to this temple, for reasons lost in history, but genuine devotees do not feel the need to make it a prestige issue.

    What is known, however, is that the baby God Ayappa is an ascetic and celibate, born of a union between Shiva and Vishnu in a female avatar (Mohini). Raised by a local ruler, he became the Lord of the jungle with magical powers over all living creatures, especially tigers that roamed the forests. A tradition somehow developed that male devotees would worship the deity and pre-puberty and post-menopausal women. Male devotees making the journey have to purify themselves by observing celibacy and sleeping on the floor for 41 days prior to the pilgrimage. A strict religious diet is prescribed for this period; and the eventual journey is no picnic.

    Interestingly, Kerala also has temples exclusively for women, but the ‘rights’ of male devotees are not a paying industry! It needs to be emphasised that it is the right of temple authorities to decide who may enter the temple, and who may not, and the government would do well to be more vigilant of Hindu rights in this manner. Some months ago, a television channel reported that when an American visitor was denied entry into the Jagannath temple of Puri, he set up his own replica of the temple in Orissa, and said it was open to all ! This is simply scandalous. A temple is more than an architectural construction or tourist resort. It is sacred, and cannot be secularized.

    Congress Govt.’s ploy to take over Hindu temples and religious institutions

    Posted on 03 October, 2006
    (Before independence, Hindus had to fight against aliens for protecting their religious places; but now they have to fight with their own countrymen. It shows that Hindus have no Saviour. The Government is in power because of Hindu votes and now the same Government is trying to attack Hindus religious places. Hindus must fight with such ‘Dharma-drohi’ (anti-religion) government. - Editor)

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Government has already taken over ‘Sree Siddhivinayak Mandir’ Trust and ‘Saibaba Sansthan’ from Shirdi under a special law. Now the State Government is planning to pass a new law to satiate its thirst for gobbling up the money collected at all religious places of Hindus. The Government has formed a committee for the purpose. As a special case, it is planned to exclude mosques, madarssas and durgahs from the purview of this law and religious places and spiritual organizations of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Parasis and Buddhists will be within its purview.

    All the concerned belonging to various faiths have protested against this decision of the Government. All Hindu organizations are planning to fight against this decision. In this background, they are trying to come together and plan their strategy against the Govt. decision. If this law is passed, the Government would not have to pass separate law to take over a temple or religious organization but just by issuing a letter to that temple or organization, the Govt. can bring it under their control. Already the two Congress parties having common anti-Hindu policies are running the Government. Passing of the said law will make it simpler for them to destroy Hindu religion. There are about 4,50,000 temples and religious trusts. Only in Mumbai, there are 4271 religious trusts belonging to Hindus, Jain and Sikh religions and Parasis have 1219 and Christians have 314 religious Trusts.

    In January 2005, the State Government made the excuse of stampede that occurred at Mandhardevi fair to pass the law to take over temple trust for better administration and management of funds. But in fact, even after taking over Sree Soddhivinayak Trust, many malpractices have been unearthed. Even the followers of Jain have warned the government that if Govt. goes on with passing the law, they will come on the roads and fight.

    Campaign against nationalization of temples will be started – HJS

    Although the Government was responsible for the stampede at Mandhare, it is not only shirking from its responsibility but it has put restrictions on certain rituals and now hatching a plot to take over all temples. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) will always oppose this move of the government. HJS has already started agitation against the malpractices in managing Sree Siddhivinayak temple Trust. HJS will fight against passing of this act with the help of all Hindu organizations and Trustees, explained Shri. Ramesh Shinde, the spokesperson of HJS for the State of Maharashtra.

    Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

    Beating of an innocent Hindu: An eyewitness presented proofs of atrocities by SP

    Posted on 01 October, 2006
    Daily Sanatan Prabhat


    Tuljapur:
    Shri. Shyam Dighavkar, the Superintendent of Police (SP) from Usmanabad told in the press conference that Shri. Amit Kadam, a member of Hindu dakshata samiti (HDS) was ramming his vehicle into him so he was hit on his back with cane. In fact, the SP caned Shri Kadam when he was going in his vehicle from one side of the road.

    The policeman, accompanying the SP, brutally hit Shri. Kadam and took him to the police station beating him all the way. This was narrated by Shri. Balasaheb Kulawat, an eyewitness. The local businessmen came forward to tell members of HDS about harassment meted out to them by Dighavkar. They gave their experiences in writing. One hotelier told about his experience that although he had set up his stall within the prescribed area, twice the SP unnecessarily beat him and his nephew.

    Another small-scale tradesman also had similar woe to tell about the SP that he had also set up a small stall selling packets of ‘prasad’, but Dighavkar took the packets kept on display and distributed to the passersby causing him financial loss. Another hotelier said that points discussed in a meeting with the Dy. Collector in connection with the local fair were not known to the SP. As was decided in the meeting, some stalls were set up during a fair, but Dighavkar deliberately destroyed their stalls/ things kept for sale. Besides, many businessmen have shown their support to Shri. Kadam. Many active members of Hindu organizations have also decided to follow through the matter till end.

    Fanatic Muslims stop procession of Goddess

    Posted on 01 October, 2006
    (Hindus, Beware! Muslims are now stopping you in your own village from taking out a procession of your worshipped deity. Unite against them otherwise your village will become like a part of Pakistan!–Editor)

    Jalgaon: A procession was taken out by the locals at Hingone in Yaol Taluqa on the occasion of Navaratri. The procession was however, stopped by fanatic Muslims. Therefore, there was tension in the village.

    Hindus from Hingone village took out a procession on the occasion of Navaratri. As the procession reached the mosque, Muslims stopped the procession and started shouting that the procession would not be allowed to pass from there. Hindus were enraged and started a fight. Police intervened and brought the situation under control. The Police Superintendent (Upper) visited the site and appealed people to maintain peace.

    Mumbai:
    Those who are sounding their hooters 5 times during the day, have the guts to oppose processions from passing by mosques then Hindus from the area where such processions are not allowed, should demand for removal of hooters from mosque, said Shri. Ramesh Shinde, the HJS Spokesperson for states of Maharatshtra.

    Fanatic Muslims pelt stones at the religious processions. Now they are not allowing even protest marches to pass by mosques. If nothing is done to stop their bullying, in future, not only near mosques but it will be difficult for Hindus to move about even in areas where Muslim population is more and then anywhere in the country.

    Those who are demanding destruction of Hindu religion by calling it as religion of Brahmins, will now learn a lesson that all non-Muslims are ‘kafirs’ for them. Time has now come to follow the path shown by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to tackle terrorism. Hindus have no choice but to follow that path, said Shri. Shinde. He said that HJS condemns such fanatics.

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    Muslims attack protest march of Hindus as it passes by mosque

    Posted on 01 October, 2006
    Daily Sanatan Prabhat

    Nanded: ‘Chhava’ organisation had organized a speech by Ms Shalinitai Patil on ‘Benchmark for Reservation on Economic background’. The local police, however, issued an order prohibiting her entry in Nanded. As a result, the program had to be cancelled. In her absence, leaders of ‘Chhava’ organization gave speeches and later took out a protest march to the District Collector’s office. When the march was passing by a mosque, Muslims suddenly started pelting stones at the participants.

    The march was taken for lifting the ban on Ms Shalinitai’s entry in Nanded. Many supporters of ‘reservation policy’ had gathered on the route of the march. Therefore, the police asked members of ‘Chhava’ to change their route. But the organisation did not pay any heed to instructions of police and went ahead on the same route. As the march reached near a mosque, the protesters and Muslim fruit vendors started a fight. Within a few moments, from the mosque, stone pelting started. Then stone pelting started from both the sides. When the situation went out of control, police started caning and tear gas shells were opened. About 70 persons got injured in the scuffle.