Are Trupti Desai and Other Feminists and Atheists Daring God?
Aren’t They Playing dirty Anti-Hindu Politics?
“Women cannot be barred from entering Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala as per the principles of constitution”, Amicus Curiae Raju Ramachandran informed the supreme court on 18 April 2016.
Here Courts are setting Hindu Religious norms and it is unconstitutional. It is surprising to note that being atheist institutions themselves, our courts including The Supreme Court of India are ruling over religious matter which is not supported by constitution.
Anti-Indian forces and atheists, in the guise of feminists and constitutionalists, are out to weaken the present Indian government through the old colonial tactics of ‘divide and conquer’ which the colonial Britain once successfully played and divided the great “BHARAT’ into India and Pakistan, are again now playing it to divide Indians on gender. The more interesting fact is that these neo-colonial forces and their agents and pimps are using the same British colonial constitution which the parting colonial power coerced free India to adopt as her own constitution so that these colonialist could continue the remote rule by the helps of these kinds of feminist and other atheists proxies and their agents.
There is no doubt that this is purely a feminist propaganda created to destabilize our nation. Feminists and atheists are using foreign funds to harm our family system, our religion and culture and created disturbances in progressive activities of our nation through these kinds of divide-and-rule schemes.
This is purely a feminist propaganda created to destabilize our nation. I am surprised to see that government is also keeping silent on such anti nationalists. Feminists r using foreign funds to harm our family system, our religion n culture and created disturbances in progressive activities of our nation.
Problem is that our courts are not answerable to the public. But courts can only allow its interference upto the entry of the temple, not into the sanctum. Tomorrow will the courts allow people with slippers into the sanctum if someone says his rights are violated?
Actually we have no idea of the Fundamental Rights at all. In religious matters, there is no fundamental right. It is all customs and beliefs. Also a secular state can’t interfere into religion unless the religious beliefs are creating violence, or creating any law and order issue. Here the law and order issue is created by one Trupti Desai and she needed to be punished. An atheist state trying to dictate terms for Hindus is not acceptable. Can any court give similar order for Islam or Christians?
BIZARRE LOGICS OF THE JUDICIARY
“If God does not discriminate between men and women, why should discrimination exist in temples”, the Supreme Court asked as it said it would examine the issue of the entry ban on women of menstrual age in the historic Sabarimala temple in Kerala on the basis of constitutional parameters.
Well, I feel the above observation as totally false. The fact is that God does discriminate between men and women in every aspects of each. To start with, God has given the very sex organs of both man and woman completely different. This sharp basic difference persists in every other feature of both.
At the outset, my opinion is that this whole Sabarimala devotee issue is totally a religious matter. Does the constitution give the right to the Judges to interfere in religious matters? I think the judiciary should avoid entering into religious domain, just as the court does not interfere in religious matters all other religions in India, even when much more serious and obvious discriminations do exist there.
Why do the so-called no-discrimination shouting feminists and other media brigade and their foreign promoters ignore the long and wilfully practiced man- woman discrimination in the concept of Men’s only colleges and schools, Women’s only colleges and schools in India, particularly Kerala?
Why is then the century long practice of the celibate-nuns-pioneered modern education, the celibate-priest (marriage not allowed for priest and nuns) pioneered social ethics, the army personnel (suffering from long sex deprivation) protecting nations?
Why don’t these man-woman equality demanding bamboozles claim same kind of sex organ for each or both kind of sex organs for each?
Why the Godly gift of carrying the 9-month pregnancy reserved only for women?
To better understand why the Sabarimala temple entry issue is a religious issue and not an issue of women’s rights, let us explore why the entry of temple is barred for women of reproductive age.
There are hundreds of temples dedicated to Lord Ayyappa in Kerala. In some he is present in the form of a child and in some as old person. In many temples, he is present as a married person accompanied by his wives- Purna and Pushkala. But, in the temple of Sabarimala, Lord Ayyappa is in the form of ‘naishtika brahmchari’- a form of eternal celibate.
This particular fact that the deity is a ‘naishtika brahmachari’ has been repeatedly cited as the central reason behind the prohibition of adult women from entering the temple. Thus, it becomes very vital to understand what exactly this implies.
To begin with, it is important to understand what a ‘Murti’ or idol means. A Murti, by definition, refers to a body or an object that can hold the energy and the essence of the particular manifestation of Brahman. Thus, an idol acts as a body of a particular Devata(deity) and it is the focal point of the manifestation of that particular aspect of energy at that location. This manifestation of energy in-turn assists the devotees to imbibe the essence of the Devata and slowly become one with the Devata.
Now, consider the temple of Sabarimala. It is inhabited by the essence and the energy of Lord Ayyappa. What is the essential feature of Lord Ayyappa of Sabarimala, which sets him apart from other temples? It is that he inhabits the temple in the aspect of ‘eternal celibate’.That is, the temple is inhabited by the energy of Brahmacharya (sense-control and celibacy) and Vairagyam (dispassion).
To use the language of Vedanta, the energy of the temple is conductive to the path ofNivritti Marga (the path of renunciation) and is not conductive to the path of Pravritti Marga or Grihasta (the path of the family). This is further corroborated by the stipulation of very hard austere practices that those who wish to visit Sabarimala must undergo for 41 days. These practices aim to induce Brahmacharya and Vairagyam.
Thus, the Sabarimala issue is clearly a religious issue. Any judgment or opinion, which is not based on the religious principles spoken above, will be doing great injustice to the sacred practices of India.So, the question is, if devotees have no problem with religious practices, then why should atheists and agnostics have an issue.
Thus, it is clear that the activist brigade is deliberately trying to make it an issue of women’s rights and dilute or sideline the religious principles associated with the religious practice.
Brahmacharya And Prayer For Purity
The Vedas declare that by Brahmacharya and penance the Devas have conquered death. The Rishis of yore knew fully well the value of Brahmacharya and that is the reason why they sang in beautiful verses about the glory of Brahmacharya.
By the practice of Brahmacharya, longevity, glory, strength, vigour, knowledge, wealth, undying fame, virtues and devotion to the truth increase.People talk of Brahmacharya, but practical men are rare indeed. A life of continence is really beset with difficulties. But the path becomes smooth for a man of iron determination, patience and perseverance.
Even so, you cannot have health and spiritual life without Brahmacharya. Brahmacharya brings material progress and psychic advancement. It is the basis for morality. It is the basis for eternal life.
Celibacy Promotes Concentration Through Brahmacharya: The Highway Path Towards Spiritual Enlightenment.
Celibacy (termed Brahmacharya Vrata by many) as detailed in sacred … For gaining self realization… for reaching stage of enlightenment. Abstention from sexual indulgence alone does not result in full awakening of Kundalini Shakti. Celibacy (termed Brahmacharya Vrata by many) as detailed in sacred Bhagavad Gita of Hinduism is stopping the flow of negative thoughts to our brain in totality!
By the establishment of continence, vigour is obtained. The Yogi gets Siddhi or perfection by attaining perfect mental and physical Brahmacharya. Brahmacharya helps him in gaining divine knowledge and other Siddhis. When there is purity, the rays of the mind are not dissipated. Focussing of the mind becomes easy. Concentration and purity go together. Although a sage talks a few words only, a deep impression is produced in the minds of the hearers. This is due to his Ojas Sakti, which is conserved by the preservation of semen and its transmutation.
A true Brahmachari in thought, word and deed has wonderful thought-power. He can move the world. If you develop strict celibacy, Vichara Sakti and Dharana Sakti will develop. Vichara Sakti is the power of enquiry. Dharan’a Sakti is the power of grasping and holding the Truth. If a man persistently refuses to yield to his lower nature and remains a strict celibate, the seminal energy is deflected upwards to the brain and is stored up as Ojas Sakti. Thereby the power of the intellect is intensified to a remarkable degree. The intellect becomes sharp and clear by continence. Continence increases infinitely the power of retentive memory. The strict celibate has keen and acute memory even in old age.
A man who has the power of Brahmacharya can turn out immense mental, physical and intellectual work. He has a magnetic aura around his face. He can influence people by speaking just a few words or even by his very presence. He can control anger and move the whole world. Look at Mahatma Gandhi! He had acquired this power by constant and careful practice of Ahimsa, Satyam and Brahmacharya—non-violence, truth and celibacy. He influenced the world through this power alone. Through Brahmacharya and Brahmacharya alone can you get physical, mental and spiritual advancement in life.
The Master of Their Own Minds: Great Humanists Who Served Mankind Practiced Brahmacharya
It is worth repeating that a true Brahmachari possesses tremendous energy, a clear brain, gigantic will-power, bold understanding, retentive memory and good Vichara Sakti. Swami Dayananda stopped the carnage of a Maharaja. He broke the sword with his hands. This was due to his power of Brahmacharya. Jesus, Sankara, Jnana Deva and Samarth Ramdas were all Brahmacharins.
Once he resolved to do something, Gandhi rarely abandoned its practice, pursuing every “experiment” until his “inner voice” dictated otherwise.
Mahatma Gandhi’s The Story of My Experiments with Truth, as his autobiography was called, included various experiments with his diet, personal healthcare, and relationships with women that at times seemed eccentric, even to some of his closest followers and admirers. Once he resolved to do something, Gandhiji rarely abandoned its practice, pursuing every “experiment” until his “inner voice”, his conscience, dictated otherwise. “Great Soul” and mighty Yogi that he was, Gandhi focused his mental powers with laser-like precision on everything he tackled, trying to master it with all his mental and spiritual strength. Satya and Ahimsa were the premier values he applied to his life’s most important work, fighting non-violently against the tyranny of British rule and its arrogantly prejudiced agents.
He also employed other yogic powers, however, including Aparigraha, his vow of poverty, and Brahmacharya, the traditional Hindu vow of celibacy, solemnly taken by Gandhi after his fourth son was born in South Africa in 1906 when he was 37, after which he never again slept with his wife, Kasturba. “I must relinquish the desire for children and wealth and live the life of one retired from household cares,” he resolved. “I vow to flee from the serpent which I know will bite me.” Initially, Gandhi found it easy to abstain from sex and procreation, noting that “where…desire is gone, a vow of renunciation is the natural…fruit.” But after launching his first nationwide Satyagraha fifteen years later, Gandhi confessed that “the danger is greatest when victory seems the nearest…God’s last test is ever the most difficult. Satan’s last temptation is ever the most seductive”.
Many esoteric groups also practice something called”Sex Magick”, which can be connected to Psychologist Carl Jung’s notion of sexual alchemy (similar to Freud’ssexual sublimination). This essentially says that, with enough will, we can transform the raw energy from our libidos into golden creativity.
Famous examples of practitioners of this transformation of sexual energy into creativity include Nikola Tesla, Gandhi, Richard Wanger, Dante Alighieri, Beethoven, Homer, Henry Thoreau and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Conspiracy By External Forces Of Divide-And-Conquer Strategy
The celibate nuns-pioneered modern education, the celibate priest pioneered social ethics, the army (suffering from long sex deprivation) protected nations, the unmarried status for nurses and airhostesses (earlier practice) are all typical of modern mechanical civilization and its artificial ethics, business and other bizarre practice. All these further leads to the conclusion that this is a highly mechanical, artificial or imaginary world where even sex gratification is achieved more by seeing, hearing or through images and impressions than by actually doing it, which again has become a female priority–the age going the feminine way.
In the post-modern society, there are no mothers, only ladies. And the latest fad is the new trend––the childless-by-choice way––avoiding child-bearing in marriages. The latest discovery is that child is an occupational hazard for professional ladies practicing feminism theory.
Religious matters should be beyond the purview of the courts as courts have no real authority on religion. It is for religious scholars and experts to decide. The court can be proactive in many lapse and sufferings of the people. One wonders what is the reason for Supreme Court to fast track the PIL even when there are lakhs of cases pending in the apex courts.
It is certain that some vested interests are behind the Sabarimala controversy from the outset. Taking a cue from the now defunct western feminist movement, which insists the equality of man and woman in every respects and field, the highly reductionist movement is raked up, as a colonial strategy of divide and conquer and divide and rule.
Political pundits in Kerala have reasoned out that the strategy behind the Sabarimala PIL is to split the Hindu community in Kerala into two distinct groups, one supporting the entry of women and the other which wants to follow age old traditions. In the past the Kerala High Court, which has judges belonging to the state have upheld the age old traditions that is being observed at Sabarimala. This move to rake up the controversy is being done as elections to the state assembly are due in a few months.
It’s time India disbands the cosy club of judges who claim to be working under collegium model and instead adopt the US model of direct executive appointments of judges. They say that the Indian judiciary is owes its allegiance to the colonial British judiciary which was forced upon us as a colonial legacy which we meticulously follow with our own constitution itself as a copy of the colonial Britain.
It all seems that Indian Judiciary is still harbouring its colonial mindset of looking at India and her affairs as that of a British colony. One wonders why the British legacy of wearing such summer unfit black ceremonial robes and coats should remain a matter of such profound importance for many. Being conservatively romantic about legacies is fine. It is high time the Indian judiciary undress her colonial dress, stop speaking colonial English. We must urge the Indian judiciary to become wholly Indian – mentally and physically – and it can start it by putting on the Indian dress and speaking the Indian language in our courts.
The Colonial Hangover Of India’s Legal System: India Virtually Remains Unchanged From The Colonial Period.
What the contours of the legal system in India were in pre-colonial times and how British colonialism altered it to its detriment has great relevance today. After all, the system that is in practice today is part of our colonial legacy.
This study deals with colonial legacy of bureaucracy and its … Hindu society victimized by class based judicial system, where Brahmans dominated over ….. “Degeneration in all walks of life emanates from corruption of power and corruption.
Many readers will probably be aware that Thomas Macaulay was the architect of India’s education system. But among the many other important ways in which he shaped British and, indeed, contemporary India, a commission he headed formed the basis for the IPC. Much as with the introduction of English education, Lord Macaulay’s intention was to create a criminal law for India modeled on that of Great Britain.
As things turned out, the architects of the Indian republic chose to retain the IPC in the new, independent India virtually unchanged from the colonial period, a legacy Indians still live with to this day.
Get rid of the British bureaucratic systems, Indian politicians need to visit China or Singapore and see how to get a country built in 30 years.While inheriting the English legal system might have been good in some respects, one legacy has been very damaging: the way that 19th-century British law thought about the crime of rape.
How democracy in India has degenerated ever since the nation gained independence from the colonial Britain. Indian democracy is said to rest on the venerable four pillars of the legislature, the executive, the judiciary, and the press.
All the four pillars have cracked to a great degree and Indian democracy is not healthy.
In brief, we have:
· A legislature epitomized by a non-functioning Parliament
· An executive whose power is centralized in two individuals
· A judiciary that is outdated, backlogged, and corrupt
· A press that has no freedom of speech
Example of colonial legacy: Indian judiciary upholds Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code framed in 1860:
INDIAN MEDIA: Among the 4 pillars of Democracy, Media has greater potential & power to create better world & better future
We have a press whose freedom of speech no longer exists, a media that is owned and controlled by corporate conglomerates, and TV channels that are besotted with covering every political melodrama on a minute-by-minute basis irrespective of its irrelevance in national or long term significance.
The following essays explain these facts more candidly, with proofs: