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Beware of Project Arab Spring – Organiser

Beware of Project Arab Spring – Organiser   The sinister agenda to ignite violent unrest and destabilise India from within -Pathikrit Payne Is there an uncanny similarity between how things developed in Arab Spring in West Asia and how things are shaping up in the name of anti-CAA protest in India? Is there a veiled attempt to create a Civil War kind of situation in India in the name of opposition to an act passed by Parliament? Are some trying to create a Syria kind of devastation in India? The answers to these questions are chillingly a YES in capital words. Muslim mob during a violent protest against Citizenship Amendment Act in Delhi Project ‘Arab Spring’ Almost a decade back, seeds of Arab Spring were sown in most of the states of West Asia and North Africa. What started under the pretence of spontaneous mass uprising against dictational regimes, the movements eventually turned out to be something else. In a matter of couple of years, several countries of the MENA region (Middle East & North Africa) were mired in devastating civil wars. The charade of peaceful agitation was exposed and soon the same protestors were found to be armed with the most lethal arsenals to wage wars against the incumbent regimes. Unrest took violent turn in the form of mutiny or civil war in Egypt, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Yemen, Morocco, Iraq, Oman, Algeria and even countries like Saudi Arabia and Jordan. Some regimes cowed down and capitulated while others fought back. The Civil War Agenda A decade later, how does MENA look like? Many of the countries where Arab Spring originated have been devastated in never-ending civil wars, became testing grounds for global powers to wage their proxy wars and have witnessed violent rise of radical Islamist extremist organisations. The rise of violent Islamic terror organisations like ISIS would not have reached such cataclysmic level had there not been an Arab Spring in the MENA region which created the perfect fertile soil of chaos, anarchy and social turmoil for foreign intelligence backed extremist groups to sneak in and corrode states from within. Both in Egypt and Syria, radical Islamist organisation Muslim Brotherhood played a critical role in triggering turmoil and chaos in the name of Arab Spring. It is found that the poster girls of Jamia anti-CAA protest have links with Islamist organisation PFI. The intelligence agencies have revealed that the organisation is behind the violent protest across the country In the case of Egypt, under the pretext of a mass movement, Muslim Brotherhood, a Sunni Islamist organisation with stated objective of establishing a Sharia based society, forced the Incumbent Mubarak Government to resign followed by Muslim Brotherhood forming a government but the situation became so alarming that the Egyptian Army had to step in and remove the Muslim Brotherhood Government through a coup. The Easiest Pawn Incidentally, in most cases of Arab Spring in the MENA region, the seeds of anti-government agenda, disinformation campaign and attempts to trigger mass uprising were sown in universities. Students brimming with energy were easiest to brainwash through vitriolic speeches and ignite a violent movement for the smallest issues but those controlling them from behind the curtain had the ulterior objective of regime change or trigger civil unrest to destroy the nation from within. Sharjeel Imam was arrested by Delhi Police for delivering hate speech in which he spoke about cutting off Assam from Bharat What could not be done by detractors of Syria, Libya or Yemen through conventional wars, was done through student movement followed by mass protests followed by armed rebellion leading to civil war and when the society was in chaos and turmoil, the external elements sneaked in to causehavoc and take over the country. This is exactly what happened in most of MENA states. Western media played its sinister role in projecting protestors as heroes and regimes as evil. The same in reality however was not true always.  The chaos developed due to the protest by Muslims at Shaheen Bagh has made life of common man a hell Syria was relatively a more liberal society and so was Libya. Today both have been destroyed and ravaged by violent civil wars with Islamist extremist groups waging war from within. The same is the case with Yemen while Egypt was saved by a timely military coup. How many in Syria or Libya today are happy about what happened to their countries in the last one decade and regret the turn of events? How many millions have died and for what? Some of the most advanced and developed cities of Syria be it Holms or Aleppo have been reduced to rubble. And it was all triggered from universities.  Protesters are using kid as a Pawn The Essence of Psychological Warfare In the realm of psychological operations aimed at selective disinformation campaign to cultivate anger against a regime through systematic influence of emotions, an incident is often needed as a catalyst to ignite anti-establishment movement and initiate the first phase of civil unrest followed by armed rebellion at a later stage. However fake the narrative might be, at that moment it looks convincing to a section of audience, and social media, in addition to section of mainstream media, play their dubious role to amplify all of it to create hysteria and incite chain reaction. In such a scenario, any violent backlash by the incumbent government is used as another flashpoint to give more impetus to the uprising until it reaches a level where armed gangs take over the fight for executing the final goal. By then, those who were used for the first phase of agitation are dispensed of as pawns and nothing more. The Trigger: An Essential Element to Ignite Unrest If in case of Tunisia, it was the self-immolation of Mohamed Buazizi that was used a trigger to start the violent unrest, in case of India, similar attempts have been made in campuses of JNU, AMU, Jamia University, by using the suicide of Rohit Vemula as an issue to foment anger against Modi Government even though suicide of an individual, who was not even persecuted, prosecuted, detained, harassed by any agency, has nothing to do with the Central Government and is a mere local issue to be sorted by local police. And yet Modi Government was targeted and vilified because targeting Modi Government was the core agenda of Urban Naxal-Radical Islamist Syndicate. Depicting a Terrorist as an Icon Similar fake narratives were attempted by Urban Naxal-Radical Islamist syndicate when Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani was shot dead by security agencies in restive parts of Kashmir. A section of left-leaning reporters, known for their double standards, tried to project Burhan not as a terrorist but as Hero (Sic !!). Interviews of his father and stories of his childhood was depicted as if he were a martyr who fought and died for India’s constitution ( Sic !!) while the truth was that he was a dreaded terrorist who wanted a Sharia-based state and had strong connection with Pak-based terror groups like Lashkar-e Taiba. From the Burhan stories, the tukde tukde and Azadi slogans were conceived by the same gang which has been notorious for abusing armed forces and even celebrate often when Indian security personnel get killed in anti-terror operations. Young students of some select universities studying on heavily subsidised courses funded by taxpayers’ money, with little or no understanding of psychological warfare (of which they were becoming pawns) or the ground realities of hardships and toil that armed forces put every day to fight Pak-funded Islamist terror groups, fell for those fake slogans of AZADI devoid of any idea of what this AZADI slogan actually meant and how sinister the ulterior objective could be. The Initial Triggers Failed but Project Arab Spring was still Active However, the tukde tukde agenda failed in its objective because it outraged majority of Indians so profoundly that it created a strong pro-nationalist counter movement across India to counter the fake narratives. The silent majority from across the spectrum of India cutting across caste and class barriers galvanised to vent their anger against left backed and separatist sloganeering rabble-rousers. They gave the tukde tukde gang and their backers a decisive blow by voting overwhelmingly to bring Modi Government back to power with an even biggest mandate. Project ‘ Arab Spring’ was down but not out. The Urban Naxal Radical Islamist Syndicate waiting for the next opportunity to attempt another resurrection. The Next Pawn Post victory in 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the breakneck speed at which Modi Government went ahead to solve issues pending for several decades, including abrogation of Article 370, conclusion of the Ayodhya Ram Temple issue, passing of the Citizenship Amendment Act, has invariably rattled the vested interests and the promoters of India’s version of Project ‘Arab Spring’. If they were looking for a trigger to restart their ‘Arab Spring’ experiment, ignorance about Citizenship Amendment Act was the perfect ploy to capitalize on. The rest is history. The kind of sloganeering including the likes of ‘Jinnah Wali Azadi’ that India has been witnessing for more than a month now, corroborates apprehensions that the objective of the present has very little to do with Citizenship Amendment Act and is just a small part of a bigger conspiracy. Statements of likes of Sharjeel Imam, a former JNU student, exhorting Muslims to cut of Northeast India from rest of India or the statement by former AMU student leader Faizul Hasan that ‘We are from that community which can destroy any country if we feel like’ are extremely similar to the kind of statements used in Arab Spring in Middle East to exhort people to wage battle against their own states. From University Corridors to City Streets The dharna in Shaheen Bagh or the planned destruction of public properties including trains and buses and the manner in which it is being synchronised, proves that Project ‘Arab Spring’ has moved out of the corridors of JNU and Jamia into the streets. This means Phase II of the Project Arab Spring has been activated and from the middle of such assembly, provocative statements are being made to activate Phase III which would be nothing less than armed rebellion. While most of the protestors may not want this, unfortunately those who are acting as their pied pipers exactly want that to happen. Western media then would once again play a dubious role of justifying even that just as they justified war against Assad regime in Syria and continued to demonize incumbent government there until it became clear that the democratic movement there had already been hijacked by radical islamist organisations and the likes of ISIS. Weakening India from Within India, with a near $ 3 trillion economy is now on its journey towards becoming a $ 5 trillion economy over the next 6-7 years. Modi Government has in the last five years genuinely empowered the downtrodden, plugged leakages of government funds, went ahead with major structural reforms and embarked on military modernisation at a rapid pace. For many of India’s bête noire and adversaries, a strong India is a nightmare. When India could not be weakened through conventional and sub-conventional warfare, when Modi Government could not be toppled electorally, attempts are being made to ravage India from within through disinformation campaign and triggering of unrest and then falsely pin blame on Modi Government to tarnish its image globally. All this is aimed at making India weak again and to prevent India from becoming a global investment destination. While Government of India has shown reasonable restraint as of yet and while protests and agitations are normally a healthy sign of a democratic society, it is important for the nation to remain vigilant. Those who are attempting something sinister under the garb of agitation and mass movement should be exposed and taken to task. The vicious Project ‘Arab Spring’ agenda must be countered and thwarted to prevent India from becoming a Syria or Libya. (The writer is a New Delhi based Geopolitical analyst) ...
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Agenda for Hindu Survival: What we can do as individuals – Indiafacts

Agenda for Hindu Survival: What we can do as individuals – Indiafacts Nitin Sridhar While preservation is a long-term agenda and a continuous process that cannot be ignored, what is immediate and a matter of our survival is the protection of our civilization by countering and nullifying the challenges being posed by inimical forces of Adharmth Nithin Sridhar  Hindu civilization is perhaps on the verge of returning back to the dark abyss of the old from which it had started regaining itself only a few decades ago when India finally gained political freedom after centuries of invasions and oppression under Islamic and British Colonial rule. For most people of this generation, it is simply impossible to imagine the struggle, hardships, and the oppression faced by our ancestors under inimical and intolerant political regiments. Ironically, our current secular education which is nothing but whitewashing of our past has been the biggest obstacle that has prevented us from accessing our true past. Surely, if this were not the case, then, we would be seeing the clear signs that are emerging in the social, political, and the civilizational front for what they are: a re-emergence of Islamic dominance. Consider this, our temples were destroyed then and they are being destroyed now; our women were raped then and they are being raped now; our folks were threatened, converted or made to run away then and they are undergoing the same now; And our ancestors paid Jiziya then to live as second-class citizens, and we are paying Jiziya 2.0 now in the form of minority specific government scheme’s funded by Hindu majority population. There is a sharp rise in random unceasing low-level Jihad against Hindus and the recent desecration and the destruction of Durga temple at New Delhi, the heart of India only goes to show how bolder and bolder it is getting by the day. To this, add the issue of Christian evangelism, rapid Christianization of tribal areas, various attacks on Hindu traditions and practices by breaking India and dismantling Hinduism forces, and it will not take long before Hindu civilization would end up being dismantled and torn apart. Unless the civilizational threat to our Hindu civilization is recognized and proper counter-measures are taken. I am often asked, what can individual Hindus do about it? All of us have our jobs, our business, and our families to look after and we have neither unity, nor wealth, nor do we have muscle or political power to do anything is the concern that many people raise. While it is true that as individuals our means may be limited, and it is also true that it is the responsibility of the government to address these burning issues, which unfortunately the current government despite coming to power on a Hindu mandate is not doing and is instead announcing appeasement policies in the name of ‘Sabka Vishwas’! However, just as it is true ‘Yatha Raja, Tatha Praja’, in a democracy the reverse is equally true: ‘Yatha Praja, Tatha Raja’ and thus, it becomes our responsibility as individual inheritors of this great Hindu civilization to take actions, at our levels, to ensure our survival and flourishing. Identifying the Kauravas The first step before making any effort lies in properly identifying the challenges that we are facing, which I would like to call ‘Identifying the Kauravas’. The Hindu framework for understanding life and society is through the categories of Dharma and Adharma. And in the Mahabharata, we find an illuminating illustration of different ways in which the adharmic forces manifest. The first is Duryodhana, the very embodiment of Adharma, the direct opponent to Yudhisthira. The second character is Karna, who acts as a collaborator of Adharma by actively assisting Duryodhana in all his evil designs. The third is Bhishma, who becomes an unwilling collaborator of Adharma by unwillingly fighting from the side of Duryodhana. Fourth is Dhritarashtra, who acts as the passive collaborator of Adharma by turning a blind eye towards Duryodhana and his antics. We can see all these manifestations of Adharma today in our society. There are a number of inimical forces like Islamism and evangelism trying to break India and dismantle Hinduism. There is a deep nexus of the media, NGOs, bureaucracy, etc. working as active collaborators of these inimical and adharmic forces. Then, there are many unwilling collaborators, who are blackmailed into cooperating using force, fraud, and other means. Finally, we have the naïve majority that lives in dhimmitude and believes and propagate memes like Sarvadharma Samabhava and ends up as passive collaborators of Adharma. In short, ‘doing nothing’ is no longer an option. Doing-nothing implies being passive collaborators of forces inimical to Hindu civilization. The Three P’s for Hindu Survival To understand the scope of activities that we Hindus can take up as individuals, I would like to make use of what I would like to call ‘Three P’s Model’. This is something I have learned from my mentor Sri. Hari Kiran Vadlamani. He has used this framework for envisioning the activities of Indic Academy and to understand Hindu issues in general. I would like to extend the same to burning Hindu civilizational issues and what we can do as individuals. The Three P’s are: Preserve, Protect, and Promote. Preserving Hindu civilization implies preserving and enriching our knowledge systems, traditions, institutions, and practices. It involves a deeper commitment, investment, and immersion in a particular aspect of our knowledge traditions: be it Veda-adhyayana, music, dance, theatre, our religious traditions, temple practices, festivals, Katha tradition, language, to name a few. We as individuals can take up any of the aspects of our Hindu civilization and immerse ourselves completely in it in a mode of Sadhana, such that we become true inheritors of those knowledge-forms and we can then preserve, cherish, and pass-it-on to the future generation. Preservation of our civilization is perhaps the most fundamental element among the three, for without it we would lose our identity and self-hood. We would simply cease to exist as who we are. Protecting Hindu civilization implies protecting all our traditions and practices from internal as well as external attacks. It involves the protection of our self-hood and prevention of distortion of our beliefs, knowledge, and practices. Attacks are happening at multiple levels: Physical, Social, Psychological, Intellectual, and Legal. We need to invest our time and resources to evolve responses and strategies to counter these attacks. Promoting Hindu civilization implies promoting our knowledge, practices, and values to the external world. It is vital for us to involve in such promotion that provides access to authentic knowledge and practices for the good of humanity and at the same time ensure that dilution and digestion of those knowledge practices are prevented. What Hindus can do as Individuals While all the three P’s are vital for the survival, success, and flourishing of Hindu civilization, each person must choose for himself/herself based on his/her own temperament, inclination, competency, and resource availability about one or at best two P’s as their area of work. Not everybody can do everything. However, what is important is to have this comprehensive 360-degree vision even while working on only a smaller component, for the absence of such comprehensive vision could be disastrous. For example, Indien Institut in Munich has organized a program on Bharatanatyam themed “Dancing body Dancing soul – Der tanzende Jesuit by Fr. Saju George” on 4th July 2019. Though purporting as a program of Bharatanatyam, what it is actually promoting is Christianization of Hindu sacred dance form. And the event flyer clearly notes that the event is being supported by Consulate General of India, Munich. So, in the name of preserving and promoting Indian culture and art forms, the Indian government has ended up being active collaborators of Adharmic forces by promoting Christian digestion of the Hindu art-form, which would ultimately lead to the dismantling of that Hindu art. Fortunately the event was cancelled at the last minute after protest on Social Media. Thus, it is important for each Hindu individual while working and contributing to Hindu civilization in their area of work, they must never lose sight of the larger civilizational conflict. A person involved in preservation must be aware and vigilant about challenges involved in the protection and promotion of Hindu civilization. Likewise, a person involved in the protection of Hindu practices, must be rooted in those practices. Otherwise, we may end up dismantling our own practices in the name of ‘protecting’ them! (Example: the reformist tendency to dismantle Hindu practices in the name of reform. Distortion of Hindu wedding rituals is a good example.) Those involved in promotion must be ever vigilant so that our knowledge systems are not diluted and digested or commercialized to such a degree that the practice becomes unrecognizable. With such caution and awareness, Hindus can do a wide array of things for the preservation, protection, and promotion of Hindu civilization. Here are some practical suggestions: On preservation front: If one is of intellectual bent, he/she can take up study of the Shastras. Such study itself could be divided into various specialization: Veda-adhyayana, Dharmashastra, Arthashastra, Kamashastra, Itihasa-Puranas, Kavya, Vyakarana, Ayurveda, folk knowledge, etc. A deeper study of these knowledge systems, as well as adding newer research, newer insights, and making the teachings contextual and contemporary to our times is vital. One could also take up any art form- music, dance, theatre, painting, sculpting, folk, classical, to name a few. Such immersion in the art would include both an immersion in the theory and practice of it. One could take up Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda, Jyotishya, Tantra, etc. all of which represent our Knowledge traditions. These must be studied as a part of Hindu traditional knowledge and not as isolated subjects divorced from traditions. Those of devotional bent must learn stotras, bhajans, take up Katha-vachans, etc. One could even take up Indian traditions of Maths and Science and work to revive them! Preservation of language and literature is another important field. More importantly, parents must educate themselves about Hindu culture and pass on that education to their children. Encourage the children to immersion in Hindu culture and tradition. It is also important for Hindus to donate to preservation of Hindu knowledge systems and practices through donating to various organizations including Veda pathashalas, theatre, art, music, etc. that would help preserve and pass on the knowledge to future generations. On the protection front: Hindus need to organize themselves at Mohalla levels. Individuals must take initiatives to bring about such local-level organizing. To begin with, people with similar bent could meet up and draw up an agenda of activities at the local level. Friends, family, and office colleagues could be brought into whenever and wherever possible. Such Mohalla level meetings must focus on local level civilizational issues and then focus upon larger national level issues. Such discussions should not be mere theoretical but include a SWOT analysis and evolve action-oriented plans. They could then evolve various strategies to preserve, protect and promote Hindu civilization and Hindu interests. Awareness campaigns in the form of talks, presentations, etc. could be organized to not only sensitize people about the burning issue, but also for educating the people about Hindu philosophy and values. Programs designed to fulfil preserve, promote, protect goals could be undertaken at Mohalla or city-levels. Active Hindu community groups must be formed especially in demographically critical areas to cater to Hindu interests and counter inimical forces. Wherever possible, physical training, body-fitness regimens, and fighting skills should be imparted, especially to youth and children. Proper education and sensitization of youth to civilizational issues, Hindu history, Hindu philosophy is very much needed. Imparting strong civilizational values and facilitating physical training at combat & self-defense to the children-both boys and girls- is something that Hindu parents must pro-actively pursue. Protection is not only at a physical level, but also at the psychological and narrative level. Hindus should take up the study of deeper aspects of the civilization and counter distortions and negative narratives in the media and academia. Narrative building and on-the-ground activism are both needed. Talks, Workshops, Book-discussion events must be organized. Students must be taught the essentials of Hindu philosophy, practice, history, and civilizational values. Education and rootedness in the civilization must be taken up big away. Hindus must actively partake in social activities wherever possible. Hunger is one of the biggest issue and a social responsibility. Hindus should make a collective effort to ensure no Hindu in the community goes hungry. This would help in developing solidarity in society as well. Hindu families must keep a small portion of their income as ‘Dharmaansh’ and use that money to support organizations, people, and initiatives that pertain to the preservation, protection, and promotion of Hindu causes. Donations could be done to Gaushalas, Veda-Patashalas, Ashrams that are preserving our civilizational ethos or to groups such as Upword, People for Dharma, Indic Collective, India Pride Project, etc. who are working on countering anti-Hindu bias at narrative and legal level. Activism is another important area that Hindus must take up. Those in the legal profession must take up Legal activism in the interest of Hindu society and civilization. Those in the intellectual sphere (media and academia) must take up intellectual activism and counter anti-Hindu bias in media and academia. Those who are in the political sphere must take up Hindu activism at the political level. Lobbying for Hindu interests must be taken up big away at local, state, and national levels. On the promotion front A lot of activities could be done to promote authentic knowledge without dilution or distortion: Courses, Workshops, Retreats, etc. These are merely some of the suggestions that Hindus can implement as individuals. Not everyone can do everything. Every Hindu individual must choose what he/she is inclined to and he/she has competency for. While some may be more inclined to take up intellectual activities, others may be more of a devotion-bent; while some are good at organizing people, some others may be good at combat. We need a collective effort and such an effort if done broadly in the direction of three P’s, then it is definitely possible to not only ensure the survival of Hindu civilization but also its re-blossoming. While preservation is a long-term agenda and a continuous process that cannot be ignored, what is immediate and a matter of our survival is the protection of our civilization by countering and nullifying the challenges being posed by inimical forces of Adharma. For this, there is no other way than organizing ourselves and preparing to fight the battle at the physical, intellectual, political and social level. Denying the existence of the civilizational conflict is no longer a choice unless our goal is to vanish into oblivion. It is time to wake up and recognize the elephant in the room and take proper timely corrective action to address it. The author would like to thank Sahana Singh for her inputs. ...


MYSTICISM OF NASADIYA SUKTA-S UNRAVELLED                                                                         Ramakant Tiwari Nasadiya Sukta-s are 129th hymn of 10th Mandala  of Rg Veda  (10:129). Nasadiya  i.e. not the unreal, expounds core of mysticism revolving around entire cosmology of origin of the universe, beginning of cosmic cycles of mortality, eternlity of these cycles, doctrine of cause and effect vs. Karma  and Karmaphala  etc. Let us scrutinise these Sukta-s, all seven in number, in an effort to come to grips of the intrinsic mysticism enormity of which invites suspicion of their being atheistic or even agnostic. One may very well infer, those apprehensions affirm, precision and religious neutrality of the highest order associated with these Sukta-s.   SUKTA – 1   Nasadasinno Sadasittadanim Nasidrajo No Vyoma Paro Yat  I Kimavarivaha Kuha Kasya Sarmannambhaha Kimasidgahanam Gabhiram  II 1 II Then existed neither ‘entity’ nor ‘non-entity’, neither Vayu  nor it’s cause Akasa. How was it then veiled into ignorance ? Who had veiled it, what and how ? Where was it’s abode ? Under whose scrutiny ? Was there any universe and beyond then ? Was there any differentiation between ‘Sat’ and ‘Asat’ ? Did ‘Viveka’ i.e. discriminative cognition exist then to differentiate between Sat  and Asat ? Who was in possession of this discriminative cognition ? Had cosmic cycles of existence and non-existence commenced alternately ? All these questions hidden in the Sukta  point fingers towards existence of an intense mysticism perfect in all aspects. This mystical entity or non-entity imparted sufficient wisdom upon us to pose those queries !!!   SUKTA – 2 Na Mrtyurasidamrtam Na Tarhi Na Ratrya Ahna Asitpraketah  I Anidavatam SvadhayaTadekam Tasmaddhanyanna Paraha Kincanasa  II 2 II   There was then neither dis-incarnation through demise nor immortality in absence of incarnation. Discrimination between bright and dark too, did not exist either. There the only One, Supreme and Absolute One, existed absolutely on His own independent of transformational manifests. The Supreme and Absolute One, self-sustained and universally encompassing, is the only one and none other as all others may exist withi His Being alone. He transcends even cosmicity of Kala  i.e. eternal time.     SUKTA – 3  Tama Asittamasa Gulhamgre Praketam Salilam Sarvamaidam  I Tucchayenabhvapihitam Yadasittapasastanmahinajayataikam  II 3 II   It was only darkness encapsulated in darkness in the midst of utter darkness. Entire gamut of manifestations existed in it’s subtle form indistinguishable from the unmanifest Absolute and Supreme. Radiance of effulgence had not yet eroded absence of effulgence. The Unmanifest yet capable of manifesting, ensconced within The Absolute, now was rendered conscious of being unmanifest albeit endowed with the faculty to manifest. Intuitively prodded by this cognition, the Unmanifest is now poised into the action of manifesting itself.   SUKTA – 4  Kamastadagre Samavartatadhi Manaso Retaha Prathamam Yadasit  I Sato Bandhumasati Niravindanahradi Pratisya Kavayo Manisa  II 4 II   Once rendered conscious of being endowed with the faculty of manifesting Himself, poise to manifest appeared. It was the cause of Mana  i.e. mind coming into existence. Mana  now transformed into an abode of desires and aspirations to experience objects of various experience. That constitutes driving force behind all Karma-s i.e. actions to be undertaken. Seers attained to the ultimate state of cognition i.e. Asamprajnyat Samadhi, perceive differentiation between the manifest and unmanifest, mutable and immutable, mortal and immortal, eternal and transient. When the precise state of Viveka–Khyati  i.e. enlightened cognition dawns upon, Seers are amply capable of perceiving relative existence of every cosmic constituent and how much to indulge themselves in.    SUKTA – 5  Tirascino Vitato Rasmiresamadhaha Svidasidupari Svidasit  I Retodha Asanmahimana Asantasvadha Avastatprayatiha Parastat  II 5 II    Effulgence of the Supreme Absolute pervaded all over, in every being as well as non-being. He is universal and ubiquitous, immutable and immortal, intensely involved yet absolutely detached. Universal ubiquitary rendered Supreme Absolute core of entire existence as well as non-existence, Supreme Master of the universe. This universe comprises of the world below characterised by cycles of mortality, joys, miseries, asceticism and enlightenment as well as higher ones identified with emancipated ones endowed with divine glory and supreme bliss. They are not only supremely enlightened but also self-engrossed too. It also symbolises incarnation as Avatara  through descendance and embodiment into the world of mortality as well as ascendance onto higher planes after ultimate liberation i.e. Moksa. Dwelling in the Supreme Abode, they are exposed to all divine attributes of the Supreme Brahma  for cognition, intuition and perception. Intuitive impulse from the above and strength of action in the world below enabled perpetuation of cosmic cycles of mortality.  Ko Addha Veda Ka Iha Pra Vocatkuta Ajata Kuta Iyam Visrstiha  I Arvagdeva Asya Visarjanenatha Ko Veda Yata Ababhuva  II 6 II   None is aware of beginning of cosmic cycles of mortality through Karma-s and Karmaphala. Multiplicity, diversity of Karma-s and respective Karmaphala-s is yet another mystical riddle yet to be unravelled. By revealing their ignorance through such posers, Deva-s submit themselves to the cosmic phenomenon of Karma  and Karmaphala. It is also affirmed albeit indirectly, cosmic creation precedes coming into being of Deva-s. Yet another enigmatic riddle is how Karma-s remain associated with performer of the Karma  even after dis-embodiment till it’s redemption. Yet another riddle is that how Atma-s  i.e. Cetana-s are identical to similar to diametrically dis-similar in their propensities, dispositions and inclinations. Yet another enigmatic riddle is that how dispositions vary from time to time in the same life-span. Phenomenon of ‘original’ creation may be far beyond their comprehension. It constitutes quite a natural corollary, whether the Supreme Absolute i.e. Param Brahmatma  is conscious of the phenomenon of ‘original’ creation.   Iyam Visrstiryat Ababhuva Yadi Va Dadhe Yadi Va Na  I Yo Asyadhyaksaha Paramevyomantso Anga Veda Yadi Va Na Veda  II 7 II   Enormity of yet another enigmatic riddle is whether Param Brahma  i.e. Supreme Absolute Himself is conscious of commencement of creation, origin of cosmic cycles of mortality, cause of it’s eternity, His own origin etc. The enigma turns all the more mystical if it turns out eventually, He has no answers to those posers. If He is not, then who else is purported to be conscious of all that ? Quite rationally, being the omniscient Supreme Cause of entire existence, Param Brahma  is expected to be conscious of all causes being in-dweller of the highest abode. But the mysticism is augmented several fold when it is revealed, even He may not be conscious of all that. Even the contrarian view may be rational if it is accepted, beginning of cosmic cycles of mortality never existed at all. In such a scenario, scope of definition of ‘Omniscience’ is restricted to being conscious of only what all existed excluding all that never existed. Unknowable is not purported to fall in the domain of omniscience. Emancipation from cosmic cycles of mortality is granted by the Param Brahma  even if He may not be conscious of it’s beginning if at all it ever existed. Cycles of Karma  and Karmaphala  are Anaditva  i.e. devoid of beginning. So is it established with a certain degree of finality.      These Sukta-s are so deeply bereft of any religious connotations that even attracted epithets like “agnostic” and “atheist”. That is an affirmation of their being absolutely objective to the core and acceptable to all hues of opinion. Owing to their precise objectivity, Nasadiya Sukta-s have enjoyed wide acceptability globally and curiosity for further study. Quite enigmatically, it sounds like first hand eye-witness narration of the absolute position about ultimate existence and derivations thereof in true essence of Vedanta Darsana. Exposition begins with entirely open-ended posers that include every possibility with respect to existence or non-existence.   When all posers and revelations are linked accurately, an interesting and familiar scenario emerges that probably expounds intent and rationale of entire Maya  i.e. creation and annihilation. Man, satiated with loneliness,  wishes to raise his own family, enjoy their joys, sorrows and pranks, raise his progenies with respect to their education and further development, punish errant ones, be loved and pampered by them etc. On a ginormous cosmic scale, Param Brahma  aspires to be many, experience by way of beholding trials, tribulations and travails of His progenies i.e. Jivatma-s on the plane of universe Himself dwelling in the state of solitude, impartial and non-indulgent towards all as Head of His Universal family. At the end of his life, man dies to be born again driven by his Karma-s to repeat the cycle again and again with different families every time. On the contrary, it is Param Brahma  who initiates annihilation of His Maya  known as Pralaya,  only to raise yet another universal cosmic family after a prolonged interregnum that we know as Prabhava !! Ostensibly, Jivatma  is a toy or victim of Maya  while Param Brahmatma, Master of His Maya.   ...
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157th P.F. Weekly Newsletter Dear Enlightened Readers, Jai Hind! The week reviewed has been full of violent terror attacks, primarily by the ISIS, even on, Muslim religious event and on holy site. Suicide and suicide has been the modus operandi. · UK will get first Prime Minister after Margaret Thatcher; · ISIS butchered 20 foreign hostages out of 60 taken in Bangladesh on the Eid day. Those who could recite Quran were spared. Dhaka says it was the handiwork of Pak ISI; · ISIS hacked to death a Budhhist priest in Bangladesh; · Blast on largest Eid prayer gathering killed 4 in Bangladesh. ISIS had earlier claimed they would increase their activities there; · Mob burnt mosques in Myanmar; · 4 killed in suicide bomb blast at Prophet’s Medina mosque in Saudi Arabia. It sent shock waves in the Muslim world; · ISIS gives ads in Whats App for selling 12 year old virgins for sex slaves; · The six day long Hindu festival of Rath Yatra began on July 6; · Ramjan fast for Muslims will ended. July 9, the day of Eid; · July 4 marks the American Independence day. ​(Please see inside for details.) Thanking you & with regards, Yours sincerely, D.C. Nath ...

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Newsletter 27th June – 3rd July ’16 The week reviewed has been positively bad. • ISIS for the first time resorted to bombing. They killed 41 at Istanbul airport; • Dhaka cafe in diplomatic enclave is stormed by 9 gunmen.60 hostages have been taken; • ISIS hacked to death another Hindu priest in Bangladesh; • Pak L-e-T killed 8 in an attack on CRPF bus on Srinagar border; • North Wajiristan is Pak ISI’s terror factory to target India; • India becomes MTCR member; • No second Referendum, tells the British PM; • Israel and Turkey resumed ties after 6 years; • Many countries do not want English as an EU language; • Japan ordered surveillance against Muslim; • Alvin Toffler of “Future Shocks” is no more; • Messi gives up international football career; (Please see inside for details.) Yours sincerely, D.C. Nath +919811995693 ...

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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.  Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has!                                                                                                                                                                                  1 Dear Enlightened Patriots, Jai Hind! The week reviewed has been an average week.  US wants Pakistan to understand that India’s proposed entry Into NSG is for peaceful use of nuclear energy;  Pak ISI is in league with the ISIS;  Pak turns to China over Us drone strikes;  China strengthens defence ties with Bangladesh;  ISIS suffers a big blow;  ISIS are again declared the richest terror group;  ISIS linked with Islam, so said the BBC religion chief  World’s longest, deepest rail  tunnel opened in Switzerland;  The incumbent PM in Nepal refuses to quit creating confusion among coalition partners;  MLAs in Assam took multilingual oath. Some took oath in Sanskrit; Thanking you & with regards, Yours sincerely, D.C. Nath +919811995693 (On behalf of the Patriots’ Forum)  Note: Those who do not want to receive this mail may please let us know). Indian Entry In NSG Is Not For Arms Race. This Is For Peaceful Use Of Nuclear Energy, So Advises, US State Department Wants Pak To Understand That. (PTI, All Press, May 29, 2016)   N-Armed Pak Can Reach Delhi, Said The Father of  Pak Nuke Maker, AQ Khan: India Retorted They Can Then Obliterate Pakistan. (PTI, All Press, May 30, 2016) Iraqi Army Storms ISIS Stronghold Falluja. 20 Killed. (Agencies, All Press, May 31, 2016) Indian Businessmen London Want UK To Stay In EU. (All Press, June 2, 2016) Confusion Prevails in Nepal over the incumbent Prime Minister Refusing to Quit. (All Press, June 4, 2016) Pak ISI to Back ISIS In Matters of Pak-Afghan Relation. (The Hindustan Times, May 30, 2016) ISIS Attacked Syrian Rebels And Govt Troops: 6000 people fled. (AFP, Asian Age, May 30, 2016) Taliban Killed 9 Passengers and rescued 20 Others. (Reuters, All Press, June 1, 2016)  Taliban killed 6 people In Afghan Court. (Reuters, All Press, June 2, 2016) ISIS Again Declared The Richest Terror out-fit. They Made 2.4 billion US Dollar In 2015. (PTI, All Press, June 3, 2016) 3 BSF Men Killed In Kashmir By Militants. (PTI, All Press, June 4, 2016) www.patriotsforum.org Vol.152 – Patriots Speak:: 30th May – 5th June 2016 Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.  Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has!                                                                                                                                                                                  2 Taliban In Afghanistan Gains Ground With New Tactics. (AP, The Pioneer, June 4, 2016) China Boosts Defence Ties With Bangladesh. (PTI, The Statesman, May 30, 2016)  Afghan-India Ties “Extraordinary”, But Kabul Backs China-Pak corridor. (The Hindustan Times, June 1, 2016)  Pak Hikes Defence Budget By 10 percent. (The Asian Age, June 1, 2016)  Pak Hikes Defence Budget by 10.2 percent. (The Hindustan Times, June 4, 2016) Indian GDP by 7. 6 percent according to NSO. (All Press, June 1, 2016) Indus Valley Civilisation Is Proved Older than Known So Far, so finds out the Indian Archaeological Society. (The Indian Express Editorial, June 2, 2016) 50000 Muslims Signs Petition for Triple Talaq Ban. 92 percent were in Favour of this. A Mullah has taken this to the Court. (Times Of India, June 1, 2016)  World’s Longest, deepest railway Tunnel Opened in Switzerland. (Agencies, All Press, June 2, 2016)  MLAs In Assam Legislature Take Multilingual Oath Including In Sanskrit. (Agencies, All Press, 2 June, 2016)  France Has Shut Down 160 Mosques. (Internet)  BBC Religion Chief Links ISIS with Islam. (PTI, All Press, June 3, 2016) Nuclear Suppliers Group Need for Enlightened Consensus on India: Rahul Bhonsle In the ultimate analysis members of the NSG must reach an enlightened consensus to bring 1.25 billion people many of whom are aspiring for a better future into the ambit of, “participation,” as a member of the exalted group. Geo politics over NPT and emerging power equations cannot be allowed to keep this vast band of humanity out of the nuclear supplies and technology loop despite having a flawless nonproliferation record. Even when we take care to send our newsletters to only those who are interested in receiving them, we apologise for disturbing ...

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