Archive for January, 2010

No Caste system in Christians? You should be kidding.

No Caste system in Christians? You should be kidding.

Tamil Nadu Dalit youth alleges he was forced to eat human excreta

Dindigul: In a shocking case of caste discrimination, a dalit has alleged that he was forced to eat human faeces by a group of ‘high caste Christians’ for walking with chappals on their street in the district.

The dalit youth, in his complaint to Batalagundu police inspector, said, “A group of high-caste Christians forced human faeces into my mouth after beating me for walking with chappals on their street.”

Sadayandi, who is from Indhira Nagar in Meikovilpatti in Dindigul district, claimed the incident occurred on January 7, when a group of more than 10 ‘caste Christians’ stopped him, and asked if he was not aware of the “order” that dalits should not walk with chappals on their street. Then they asked him to remove his chappals and slapped him with it, he said. “One of them suggested that I should be fed human excreta. Immediately, one person brought the excreta on a stick, and thrust it into my mouth,” he alleged, adding the excreta was applied all over his face.

“In fact, I wanted to commit suicide, unable to bear the shame. But my relatives prevented me from doing so,” he said. Police said the youth has named Arockiasamy, David, Selvendran, Kennery, Kannadasan, Peter and Anbu in his complaint. Some high-caste Christians said elder dalits did not wear chappals when they walked on their streets, but youths were “breaching the rule.” Sadayandi said he was treated at Batlagundu Hospital. The youth alleged that police did not take any action, and so he approached an NGO. When questioned by a fact-finding team of the NGO, Arockiswamy said Sadayandi, who was then drunk, blocked their way and dared them to ram their vehicle into him. Arockiasamy and others had allegedly slapped him and asked him to go home. Police inspector Muneeswaran said it was Sadayandi who had created the problem. They were trying to bring about a rapprochement between the dalits and the Christians, he said.

TN government honours swayamsevak for social work


Monday, January 11, 2010
TN government honours swayamsevak for social work

Last month, Shri Chandrasekhar, Collector of Dharmapuri district in Tamil Nadu, gave away Rs 1 lakh to Shri Muthuraj, panchayat president of B. Chettihalli village, in appreciation of elimination of untouchability in his panchayat under a state government scheme to promote social cohesion. Till 1981, this village had the bad name for ill-treating harijans. With an RSS pracharak, Shri Ramakrishnan, started a shakha in Jogipatti falling under the panchayat that year and things began to change for the better. Shakha naturally attracted youth from all communities. The village youth who became swayamsevaks were imbibed with a sense of social justice as a path to Hindu consolidation. They gave the necessary pep to the harijan families. As a result, harijans began walking along the village streets wearing footwear. They could now ride bicycles inside the village limits, something impossible earlier. Jogipatti blazed the trail for eradication of untouchability in surrounding villages over a period. Muthuraj, a second-year trained swayamsevak, was among the first batch of village youth to attend the shakha. Later, he was elected for the post of panchayat president as an independent candidate. This gave a fillip to the efforts of the Sangh workers striving for samajik samarasata in the neighbourhood. Soon the Chaaki Amman temple festival became an occasion for all castes to express solidarity, a sea change from the conflict-ridden affair that it used to be. All this led the government to select the village for the award.

Thailand Government released new Postage Stamps on Hindu Deities.

Thailand Government released new Postage Stamps on Hindu Deities.
Posted by hinduexistence on December 17, 2009
Hindu Dharma greatly admired by Thai Government.
Government of Thailand released remarkable new edition of stamps depicting the Hindu Deities, which will definitely delight the hearts of Hindu’s in Asia and other parts of the world. Thailand has a remarkable affinity to the Hindu Religion and Thai People are obviously proud of their Indian (Hindu) connection with the rich and colourful Thai culture and tradition.

The newly published stamps and the first day covers are embossed and printed with four(4) idol images of Hindu gods, namely Lord Ganesha,Lord Brahma, Lord Narayana(Phra Narai) and Lord Shiva(Phra Issuan) has indeed created a wonderful feelings and has brought great honor to the minds of the Hindu fraternity in Thailand and every parts in this globe. The inclusion of Aum sign and the Trimurthi ( Brhama, Vishnu and Mahesh) in the first day cover enhanced the significance of Hindu Dharma into the mind of every Hindu admirers without any doubt.
Hindu Existence Group conveys its warm greetings to the Thai Government and every Thai People for this noble cause.

What’s in a name? A lot, especially in India since last 20 years, please read it and be smart!

What’s in a name? A lot, especially in India since last 20 years, please read it and be smart!

Next time when someone who sounds Hindu is talking bad about his faith you know the secret behind it! He is not even a Hindu. This is used as a conversion technique. This is how deceptive and evil gets, that is their modus operandi for past 2000 years. They misappropriate good things about other civilizations and ‘internalize’ on their way to global conquest, it is called INCULTURATION! Here are a few recent examples:

Mary wears Bindi & Sari , Joseph wears Turban in “Indian” Bible to fool Hindus–westhead-india-s-new-bible-wears-a-bindi

Christians use Gayatri Mantra to hunt souls!

Rigveda is not Indian says missionary

Xian pastor claiming Tiruvalluvar as a Xian saint.

Manufacturing Mother from fraud called Teresa

Samuel Reddy – How Slayers are Sainted

Families paid to claim YSR shock deaths’YSR+shock+deaths+a+farce’.html

Was Mother Teresa for real, or was she 20th Century’s biggest fairy tale ?

A good book with a lot of research on Mother Teresa and her real self.

Things They Don’t Tell You about Christianity

Thi is a good site to understand the real Christianity. Interested readers can go through.

What is India?

These slides capture what great persons of the world have told about Bharat. Good collection.