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Ayodhya issue

Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
Is there even a shred of evidence to support all this wild theorizing?
We await to be enlightened.

Sanjay Garg

>From: "MV" <maxv@vsnl.com>
>Reply-To: debate@indiapolicy.org
>To: <debate@indiapolicy.org>
>Subject: Re: Ayodhya issue
>Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 07:06:50 -0800 (PST)
>Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
> > If you want to know how and why the Hindu temples were destroyed, I
> > you read Babarnama, which was compiled by Babar's own court historian.  
> > vividly describes Babar's destruction of temples and killing innocent
> > in India's holy cities like Varanasi and Mathura.  Here is a sample from
> > Babarnama: "Lakhs and Lakhs of infidels were sent to Hell".
>The Lakhs and Lakhs of infidels send to hell looks like are the
>*perpetrators* of caste system, since *majority* people (lower caste)
>were not allowed anywhere near the destroyed temples, we should
>presume that the people killed were upper caste *Vedic* people
>who were mistreating their fellow human beings inhumanly by
>practicing the *heinous* system which divided the people of India.
>No wonder that the *majority* people didn't support the upper
>caste in defending the temples, the events that followed lead
>to the downfall of the vedic caste system, liberating the
>majority people of India from inhuman caste divisions and
>unifying India as a Nation. So the downfall of the said temples
>*represents* the downfall of the caste system.  By  re-building
>the temples what is it the vedic people are trying to achieve?
>re-introduce the caste system?
> > I would also suggest you read Guru Nanak's hymn describing the 
> > of Hindustan by Babar:  "Was it your will that the enemy came invading
> > Hindustan and everybody has been trembling with fear? Have you not felt
> > compassion for the mauled people of this land?"
>Have you not felt compassion for the millions of people
>*inhumanly* treated for centuries by the *vedic caste
>system*. To my knowledge Guru Nanak preached equality of
>human beings!
> > The temples were not destroyed by the majority, but by Ghazni, Ghauri,
> > Babar, Humayan, Aurangzeb, Ahmedshah Abdali and the like.
>It is the social caste system and the *division* of people of
>India which enabled the invasions by the above muslim warlords,
>and they brought with them a religion that didn't divide people
>depending on the color of their skin. It is the downfall of
>the social caste system that lead to the unification of India.
>Think with some *simple logic* if you are mistreating me and
>a third person comes and beats you up will i defend you?
>This is exactly what happened with the destroyed temples, those
>where the abodes of people who were perpetrating the caste
>system, that is exactly why they were destroyed, it is the
>failure of the caste system. History *proves* that the
>destruction of the temples lead to the downfall of the
>caste system. This is why i say destruction of those
>temples was the will of the *majority* people of India.
>If the destruction of the temples *represents* the downfall
>of the caste system what will the re-building signify?
>Is it the successful re-introduction of the caste system
>in our education system? (different language of instruction
>at the schools and university, denying right to knowledge
>to majority people of India)
>The caste system in education will only lead to economic
>subjugation of our nation by other nations.
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