Thursday, November 4, 2010


The time has now come to do some soul searching. As said earlier in all my posts no one else is going to find answers for you. You have to do it on your own..There has always been difference between commitment toward nation and commitment towards an organization. This difference was very apparent during 1000 years of invaders rule, when people holding loyalty to a particular clan refused to think beyond that resulting in disunity, invaders rule, and atrocities, which spared none.

Over 100 Crore Hindus live in India, and we have a democracy, yet we as Hindus are not getting desired result as a Society. We are frustrated and this frustration reflects in all our actions. We try to blame the NON Hindus for this, knowing that we are doing this because we simply do not have the guts to accept that we are passive and afraid to take bold decisions. Otherwise explain why do we consider ourselves as second class citizen of India? 
a) Because we were slaves earlier and as such are passive and gutless. We know that the problem lies within ourselves, but our passive attitude tries to take the easier and simpler route of criticizing Non Hindus, when the problem is ours. 
b) Because after independence, we felt that everything will be all right, without ours am getting involved; yet this had not happened. No we are confused and know nothing as to how to proceed. We thought that our religious Gurus will help us, and we have regularly performed seva at Gurus Ashram. Yet even now no improvement is visible. The only visible improvement is that the life styles of Gurus have become more Luxurious. 
c) The prime religious organizations are constantly propagating the view that because of the policy of appeasement followed by the government of the day towards minorities, all these problems subsist. BUT THAT IS NOT LOGICALLY POSSIBLE. HINDUS ARE MORE THAN 80 % OF TOTAL POPULTION. How can you stop more than 80% of the population from asserting itself in a democracy? THIS IS RIDICULOUS AND DIVERSIVE TACTICS.
So the obvious conclusion is our Passive attitude….A VERY VERY PASSIVE ATTITUDE; which need to be changed
Religion has 3 essential parts.
1) Pooja; 2) Rituals; 3) Physical performing part or Dharm.
Hindus call the physical performing part of religion DHARM. It is this Dharm (Please also read: DHARM and RELIGION ) which was diluted by Saints to somehow save Hindus, during 1000 years of invaders rule. After independence, corruption, passiveness, exploitation of females and weaker section, can be attributed to non reintroduction of Dharm by Gurus.

And yet there are Gurus and Gurus. Needless to say all of them are flourishing. And the Hindu society is bleeding. Who is responsible for that? I REPEAT: this is VERIFIABLE statistics; even after 63 years of independence the BPL (Below Poverty Line) families have increased, which is extremely shameful for ALL educated Hindus.

As said earlier, there has always been difference between commitment toward nation and commitment towards an organization. We need organizations who can tell their followers what happened during 1000 years of invaders rule without manipulating facts. And also what was the mistake the Hindu organizations made after independence which has made the attitude of Hindus so PASSIVE.

Unfortunately this is not happening. They must tell the Hindu society that during those 1000 years of invaders rule, every kingdom had a Rajguru and a King. A RAJGURU, who lived lavishly and had absolute powers; the history of invaders and invasions is known to everybody. At no time during these 1000 years they could present a united front to fight the invaders. The atrocities faced by Hindu society are known to everybody.

We cannot make the same mistakes again. Hindus had to be told who is responsible for problems faced by them after independence. Remember there is no other player in Hindu society except the Hindu Gurus. Hindus are extremely religious. Yet no one tells them that why, even today, 85% of the huge government funds intended for welfare does not reach the intended masses. True, this is because of the corrupt government delivery system, but is it not also because of the passive attitude of Hindus?

How can Hindus be so passive when Hindus are highly religious, and our Dharm does not allow Passiveness? Shri Ram stayed in forest to rehabilitate evolved humans called Vaanars, stopped the religious atrocities on females by abolishing Agni Pariksha, and killed mighty Ravan by the help of Vaanar Sena( evolved Humans). Yet these things are not told to Hindus in Dharmic manner designed to end passiveness.

This is the testing time for religious organizations. We need these organizations, but they must correct their mistakes. Regarding Gurus, Hindu society has to ignore them. They are deliberately increasing the emotional content of the religion to ensure power and wealthy for themselves. Nowadays the commitment of Gurus is towards Luxury, Power and Wealth. As such you have to move forward without a Guru.

The question that requires pondering is the attitude of ours, i.e. average Hindu. It is true that our culture was systematically attacked by invaders, but what happened after independence? Why are we suffering now? Read my blog post, A review of RAMCHARITMANAS, and Are we doing enough as Hindus. You will find the reasons there. You can comment on the blog post itself or here. I will reply.

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A Consulting Engineer, operating from Mumbai, involved in financial and project consultancy; also involved in revival of sick establishments.

ABOUT MY BLOG: One has to accept that Hindus, though, highly religious, are not getting desired result as a society. Female feticide, lack of education for girls, dowry deaths, suicides among farmers, increase in court cases among relatives, corruption, mistrust and discontent, are all physical parameters to measure the effectiveness or success/failure of RELIGION, in a society. And all this, despite the fact, that spending on religion, by Hindus, has increased drastically after the advent of multiple TV channels. There is serious problem of attitude of every individual which need to be corrected. Revival of Hindu religion, perhaps, is the only way forward.

I am writing how problems, faced by Indian people can be sorted out by revival of Hindu Religion.