I distinctly remember a discussion with one of my teams about removing a Ganesha statue from the office entrance about a decade back. I spoke eloquently about secularism and how we need to respect all faiths. Nothing much has changed from then and now except that I have become a Sanghi Hindu as against a Secular Hindu. I still respect all faiths because its an individual’s choice …. but I am no longer enamoured by the fake secularism that is practised in India.
Gifts of this pseudo secularism are many but mainly our history has been distorted beyond imagination, the Hindu culture is mocked routinely and our social fabric is steadily weakened. The sooner we stop getting fooled, the better it is. Let me say it yet again – the only religion that is truly secular and accepts every different thought, faith or belief is Hinduism.
Hindus do need to wake up and smell Gaumutra to improve their immunity and to fight back the infection of the Abrahamic religions. Their agenda is very clear – its not Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb… its Ganga-Jamuni Tezaab, with the only intent of establishing the Caliphate in India.
The one group that has been and continues to be much maligned throughout independent India’s existence is the Sangh parivar and the Sanghis are the ones who really need to wake up and smell something stronger than Gaumutra. 😡 Every time there is a natural or man-made calamity, its the RSS that reaches out with help. Once the “victims” gain some strength, the same RSS workers will be killed and maligned. Totally ungrateful wretches :(:(.
Rahul Roushan has beautifully captured his journey from being a Congressi Hindu to becoming a Sanghi. Am sure several people have already told him this and I am the nth person to say it – its my journey that he has written about. From being a “secular” hep Indian, I have turned into a Sanghi, no thanks to RSS. All thanks go to the distortians, presstitutes, the CONgress and the (non)-minorities behaving as victims while having an ulterior anti-India agenda !
Some excerpts from the book that prove my points above –
“…the term secularism primarily refers to the policy of separation of the church and state. It advocates that the state shouldn’t care about or interfere in religious affairs; basically, religion is none of state’s business. However, the Indian state cares and interferes a lot in religious matters.”
“….Temple money and properties virtually becomes public assets while Waqf properties are reserved only for Muslims. At the core of it, the secular state of India discriminates against Hindus by assuming that they can never be disadvantaged.”
“…Currently, being secular means giving respect to all religions except Hinduism.”
“….And finally, when I mean Sanghi, unless otherwise explicitly mentioned that I am talking about members of the RSS, I would mostly be using this term to mean anyone who is seen or labelled as Sanghi by people who are ‘secular’ and ‘liberal’.”
“….Kerala in 1921. The incident is known as the Moplah massacre or the Malabar rebellion, where thousands of Hindus were killed or converted to Islam by armed gangs of Muslim ‘rebels’ who had sworn on the Holy Quran that they were ready to die for the Khilafat movement. A rebellion, ostensibly launched against the British, was practically a widespread massacre and subjugation of Hindus living in the Malabar area of Kerala. The leader overseeing this massacre was Ali Musliyar, who is often identified as a member of the Sufi order known as Qadiriyya.”
“…Recently, in April 2020, when two Hindu sadhus were lynched in Palghar in Maharashtra, a far- Left publication called The Wire declared that the sadhus, who belonged to an akhara that had been leading the participation in the Kumbh Mela for centuries, were not Hindus.”
“..The Left knows how to appear cool, even compassionate, while planning to burn down the world.”
“…canards about the two- nation theory, blaming it on the RSS or Veer Savarkar, conveniently ignoring what Sir Syed Ahmed said in 1876: ‘I am now convinced that the Hindus and the Muslims, as their religion and way of life was quite distinct from one another, could never become one nation.’ He had said these words almost 50 years before the RSS was formed and when V.D. Savarkar was not even born.“
“…..Ask yourself, do you know the name of even one Hindu who was burnt alive at Godhra, or any survivor who lived to tell the story about the carnage? Further, those killed at Godhra were not the only Hindu victims. You must have repeatedly heard about the Shah Alam relief camp that housed Muslim victims of the riots, but do you know that there was another relief camp at Kankariya, 34 not far away from the Shah Alam camp, which sheltered hundreds of Hindu victims who were targeted during the post- Godhra riots?”
“….For example, in August 2008, a Hindu leader Swami Lakshmanananda Saraswati was killed along with his four disciples in front of young children in Odisha, but that did not generate the kind of outrage as the killing of Graham Staines a few years earlier could.”
“….Further, Hinduphobia has been normalized and intellectualized to frightening levels, where a Hindu talking about any injustice against him is branded a bigot. Anything that celebrates or propagates Hinduism will increasingly be argued as being detrimental to creating ‘safe spaces’.”
“….The RSS is one of the oldest organizations in India and also selfless in many ways. It is an organization that has constantly tried to learn and adapt to changing times. And it is pretty resilient.”
I strongly recommend that all Indians read this book, even the Left Liberals and the HMVs. Those amongst you who truly love India will understand why the Hindus feel the way they do and why “cool” folks like me turned towards Modiji from being indifferent voters before 2014.
Thank You Rahul …. you make the name “Rahul” shine much like Rahul Dravid despite the efforts of one of your namesakes who is hell bent on running India to the ground. Thanks for writing this book and making it a memoir of so many of us Sanghis who never went to a Shakha and don’t plan to go to one either !