Friday, September 30, 2011

Demystification of the Islamic Rule in India, Part III

In the second part of my presentation I gave on the numerous atrocities on the native Indians by the Muslim Warlords and iconoclasts. In the third part of the series of these articles I will be giving you a few more examples where Muslim Rulers prove what true Islam is all about. Far from being the religion of Peace Islam is the epitome of tyranny and oppression. This is proved by the action of Muslim rulers who act with hate in their hearts while implementing the Sharia and the Quran down to the letter and spirit.
However I would like to remind you that History does not record all the misdeeds of Tyrants. I have merely been able to touch the tip of the iceberg in so far as Islamic tyranny is in India is concerned. We have to remember that Islamic rule bled the Indian subcontinent for a period of 700 years. Hence it is not possible for anyone to ascertain the actual damage caused by the Islamic invasions and the Islamic rule in India.
All we can do here is merely guess the tremendous atrocities that native Indians must have faced during the times of the Islamic rule.

Name of the Book: Nuh Siphir
Name of the Historian: Amir Khusru
About the Author: The above mentioned book is the fourth historical mathnavi which Amir Khusru wrote when he was 67 years old. It celebrates the reign of Sultan Mubarak Shah Khalji.
The Muslim Rulers he wrote about:
1. Sultan Mubarak Shah Khalji (AD 1315-1320)
Warrangal (Andhra Pradesh)
"They pursued the enemy to the gates and set everything on fire. They burnt down all those gardens and groves. That paradise of idol-worshippers became like hell. The fire-worshippers of "Bud" were in alarm and flocked round their idols...”

Name of the Book: Siyaru'l-Auliya
Name of the Historian: Sayyed Muhammad bin Mubarak bin Muhammad
About the Author: He was the grandson of an Iranian merchant who traded between Kirman in Iran and Lahore. The family traveled to Delhi after Shykh Farid's death and became devoted to Shykh Nizamu'd-din Auliya.
The Muslim Rulers he wrote about:
1. Shykh Mu'in al-Din Chisti Ajmer (AD 1236)
Ajmer (Rajasthan)
"...Because of his Sword, instead of idols and temples in the land of unbelief now there are mosques, mihrab amd mimbar. In the land where there were the sayings of the idol-worshippers, there is the sound of 'Allahu Akbar'...The descendants of those who were converted to Islam in this land will live until Day of Judgment; so too will those who bring others into the fold of Islam by the sword of Islam. Until the Day of Judgment these converts will be in debt of Shaykh al-Islam Mu'in al-din Hasam Sijzi..."

Name of the Book: Masalik'ul Absar fi Mamalik'ul Amsar
Name of the Historian: Shihabu'd-Din 'Abu'l Abbas Ahmed bin Yahya
About the Author: He was born in AD 1301. He was educated in Damascus and Cairo. He is considered to be a great man scholar of his time and author of many books. He occupied high positions in Syria and Egypt.
The Muslim Rulers he wrote about:
1. Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlaq (AD 1325-1351)
"The Sultan is not slack in Jihad. He never lets go of his spear or bridle in pursuing jihad by land and sea routes. This is his main occupation which engages his eyes and ears. Five temples have been destroyed and the images and idols of "Budd" have been broken, and the lands have been freed from those who were not included in the daru'l Islam that is, those who had refused to become dhimmis. Thereafter he got mosques and places of worship erected, and music replaced by call to prayers to Allah... The Sultan who is ruling at present has achieved that which had not been achieved so far by any king. He has achieved victory, supremacy, conquest of countries, destruction of the infidels, and exposure of magicians. He has destroyed idols by which the people of Hindustan were deceived in vain..."

Name of the Book: Rehala of Ibn Battuta
Name of the Historian: Shykh Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Ibrahim al-Lawatt at-Tanji al-Maruf be Ibn Battuta.
About the Author: He belonged to an Arab family which was settled in Spain since AD 1312. His grandfather and father enjoyed the reputation of scholars and theologians. He himself was a great scholar who traveled extensively and over many lands. He came to India in 1325 and visited many places. He was very fond of sampling Hindu girls from different parts of India. They were presented to him by the Sultan Mohammed bin-Tughlaq with whom Ibn Battuta came in close contact. He also married Muslim women wherever he stayed and divorced them before his departure.
His Travel description:
"Near the eastern gate of the mosque, lie two very big idols of copper connected together by stones. Every one who comes in and goes out of the mosque treads over them. On the site of this mosque was a Budhkhana that is an idol-house. After the conquest of Delhi, it was turned into a mosque..."

Name of the Book: Tarikh-i-Firuz
Name of the Historian: Shams Siraj Alif
About the Author: The author became a courtier of Sultan Firuz Shah Tughlaq and undertook to complete the aforementioned history of Barani who had stopped at the sixth year of Firuz Shah's reign.
The Muslim Rulers he wrote about:
Sultan Firuz Shah Tughlaq (AD 1351-1388)
Puri (Orissa)
"The Sultan left Banaras with the intention of pursuing the Rani of Jajnagar, who had fled to an island in the river...News was then brought that in the jangal were seven elephants, and one old shoe-elephant, which was very fierce. The Sultan resolved upon endeavoring to capture these elephants before continuing the pursuit of the Rai... After the hunt was over, the Sultan directed his attention to the Rai of Jajnagar, and entering the palace where he dwelt he found many fine buildings. It is reported that inside the Rai's fort, there was a stone idol which the infidels called Jagannath, and to which they paid their devotions. Sultan Firoz, in emulation of Mahmud Subuktign, having rooted up the idol, carried it away to Delhi where he placed it in an ignominious position."
Nagarkot Kangra (Himachal Pradesh)
"...Sultan Muhammad Shah bin Tughlaq and Sultan Firuz Shah Tughlaq were sovereigns especially chosen by Almighty from among the faithful, and in their whole course of their reigns, wherever they took an idol temple they broke and destroyed it.."
"A report was brought to the Sultan that there was in Delhi an old Brahmin who persisted in publicly performing the worship of idols in his house; and that people of the city, both Musalmans and Hindus, used to resort to his house to worship the idol. The Brahmin had constructed a wooden tablet which was covered within and without with paintings of demons and other objects. An order was accordingly given that the Brahmin, with his tablet, should be brought into the presence of the Sultan at Firozabad. The judges and doctors and elders and lawyers were summoned, and the case of the Brahman was submitted for their opinion. Their reply was that the provisions of the Law were clear: the Brahmin must either become a Musalman or be burned. The true faith was declared to the Brahmin, and the right course pointed out, but he refused to accept it. Orders were given for raising a pile of faggots before the door of the durbar (court). The Brahmin was tied hand and foot and cast into it; the tablet was thrown on top and the pile was lighted. The writer of this book was present at the durbar and witnessed the execution. The tablet of the Brahmin was lighted in two places, at his head and at his feet; the wood was dry and the fire first reached his feet, and drew him a cry, but the flames quickly enveloped his head and consumed him. Behold the Sultan's strict adherence to law and rectitude, how he would not deviate in the least from its decrees!"

Here Sultan Firuz Shah Tughlaq glorifies his own criminal acts in Bharat as sanctioned by the "holy" Koran.
Name of the Book: Futuhat-i-Firuz Shahi
Name of the Historian: Sultan Firuz Shah Tughlaq
About the Author: Sultan had got the eight chapters of his work inscribed on eight slabs of stone which were fixed on eight sides of the octagonal dome of a building near the Jami Masjid at Firuzabad.
Prayers of Temple-destroyers in this Book
"The next matter which by God's help I accomplished was the repetition of names and titles of former sovereigns which had been omitted from the prayers of Sabbaths and Feasts. The names of those sovereigns of Islam, under whose happy fortune and favor infidel countries had been conquered, whose banners had waved over many a land, under whom idol-temples had been demolished, and mosques and pulpits built and exalted..."

Delhi and Environs
"The Hindus and idol-worshippers had agreed to pay the money for toleration (zar-i zimmiya) and had consented to the poll-tax (jiziya) in return for which they and their families enjoyed security. These people now erected new idol-temples in the city and the environs in opposition to the law of the Prophet which declares that such temples are not to be tolerated. Under divine guidance I destroyed these edifices and I killed those leaders of infidelity who seduced others into error, and the lower orders I subjected to stripes and chastisement, until this abuse was entirely abolished. The following is an instance: In the village of Maluh, there is a tank which they call kund (tank). Here they had built idol-temples and on certain days the Hindus were accustomed to proceed thither on horseback and wearing arms. Their women and children also went out in palanquins and carts. Then they assembled in thousands and performed idol-worship....when intelligence of this came to my ears my religious feelings prompted me at once to put a stop to this scandal and offence to the religion of Islam. On the day of the assembly I went there in person and I ordered that the leaders of these people and the promoters of these abominations should be put to death. I destroyed their idol-temples and instead thereof raised mosques."

Gohana (Haryana)
"Some Hindus had erected a new idol-temple in the village of Kohana and the idolaters used to assemble there and perform their idolatrous rites. These people were seized and brought before me. I ordered that the perverse conduct of the leaders of this wickedness should be publicly proclaimed, and that they should be put to death before the gate of the palace. I also ordered that the infidel books, the idols and the vessels used in their worship, which had been taken with idols, should all be publicly burnt. The others were restrained by threats and punishments, as a warning to all men, that no zimmi could follow such wicked practices in a Muslaman country."

Name of the Book: Tarikh-i-Mubarak Shahi
Name of the Historian: Yahya Ammad bin Abdullah Sirhindi
About the Author: The author lived in the reign of Sultan Muizu'd-Din Abu'l Fath Mubarak Shah (AD 1421-1434) of the Sayyid dynasty which ruled at Delhi from AD 1414-1451.
The Muslim Rulers he wrote about:
Sultan Shamsu'd-Din Iltutmish (AD 1210-1236)
Vidisha and Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh)
"In AH 631 he invaded Malwa, and after suppressing the rebels of that place, he destroyed that idol-temple which had existed there for the past three hundred years. Next he turned towards Ujjain and conquered it, and after demolishing the idol-temple of Mahakal, he uprooted the statue of Bikramajit together with all other statues and images which were placed on pedestals, and brought them to the capital where they were laid before the Jami Masjid for being trodden under foot by the people."

Name of the Book: Tarikh-i-Muhammadi
Name of the Historian: Muhammad Bihamad Khani
About the Author: The author was the son of the governor of Irich in Bundelkhand. He was a soldier who participated in several wars. His history covers a long period - from Prophet Mohammed to AD 1438-39
The Muslim Rulers he wrote about:
Sultan Ghiyasu'd-Din Tughlaq Shah II (AD 1388-89)
Kalpi (Uttar Pradesh)
"In the meanwhile Delhi received news of the defeat of the armies of Islam which were with Malikzada Mahmud bin Firuz Khan...This Malikzada reached the bank of the Yamuna via Shahpur and renamed Kalpi which was the abode and center of the infidels and the wicked, as Muhammadabad, after the name of Prophet Muhammed. He got mosques erected for the worship of Allah in places occupied by temples, and made that city his capital. "
Sultan Nasiru'd-Din Mahmud Shah Tughlaq (AD 1389-1412)
Prayag and Kara (Uttar Pradesh)
"The Sultan moved with the armies of Islam towards Prayag and Arail with the aim of destroying the infidels, and he laid waste both those places. The vast crowd which had collected at Prayag for worshipping false gods was made captive. The inhabitants of Kara were freed from the mischief of rebels on account of this aid from King and the name of this king of Islam became famous by this reason."
Another Moghul ruler by the name of Babur who was in love with a young boy named Baburi glorifies his lecherously Islamic deeds in the Babur-Nama.

Name of the Book: Babur-Nama
Name of the Author: Zahiru'd-Din Muhammed Babur
About the Author: The author of this book was the founder of Mughal dynasty in India who proclaimed himself a Padshah (Ruler) after his victory in the First Battle of Panipat (AD 1526), and a Ghazi (killer of kafirs) after the defeat of Rana Sanga in the Battle of Khanwa (AD 1528) While presenting himself as an indefatigable warrior and drug-addict he does not hide the cruelties he committed on the defeated people, particularly his fondness for building towers of the heads of those he captured as prisoners of war or killed in battle. He is very liberal in citing appropriate verses from the Quran on the eve of the battle with Rana Sanga. In order to ensure his victory, he makes a covenant with Allah by breaking the vessels containing wine as also the cups for drinking it, swearing at the same time that "he would break the idols of the idol-worshippers in a similar manner". In the Fath-Nama (prayer for victory) composed for him by Shykh Zain, Allah is described as "destroyers of idols from their foundations" The language he uses for his Hindu adversaries is typically Islamic.
Zahirud-Din Muhammed Babur Padshah Ghazi (AD 1526-1530)
Chanderi (Madhya Pradesh)
"In AH 934 (AD 1528), I attacked Chanderi and, by the grace of Allah, captured it in a few hours. We got the infidels slaughtered and the place which had been a daru'l-harb for years was made into daru'l-Islam."

Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh)
"Next day, at the time of the noon prayer, we went out for seeing those places in Gwalior which we had not seen yet. Going out of the Hathipole Gate of the fort, we arrived at a place called Urwa... Urwa is not a bad place it is an enclosed space. Its biggest blemish is its statues. I ordered that they should be destroyed..."

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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Demystification of the Islamic Rule in India, Part II

In my previous article I showcased the gross intolerance of the Muslim rulers during the Islamic rule in India. There have been bigots belonging to almost all religions and cultures. However when every ruler belonging to a particular religion is bigot, maybe there is a problem with the religion than with the man himself.
Yes, Islam is intolerant as it is bigoted. There are hundreds of passages in the Quran and innumerable hadith in the Quran that prove this fact. It is these passages of the Quran that motivated these men to become (UN) Holy warriors of Allah. After all there is a reward for every act of injustice committed against the kafirs in the name of Allah. Isn’t this reason enough for a man to become an animal and commit acts which mankind and history can neither pardon nor ever forget. Let us move further in our search of more evidences from the annals of Islamic history
To see the injustices and suffering cast on the native Indians by the Muslims tyrants.
Name of the Book: Diwan-i-Salman
Name of the Historian: Khawajah Masud bin Sa'd bin Salman
About the Author: Khawajah Masud bin Sa'd bin Salman was a poet. He wrote poems in praise of the Ghaznavid Sultans- Masu'd, Ibrahim and Bahram Shah. He died sometime between AD 1126 and 1131. The Muslim rulers he wrote about:
1. Sultan Abu'l Muzaffar Ibrahim (AD 1059-1099)
"As power and the strength of a lion was bestowed upon Ibrahim by the Almighty, he made over to him the well-populated country of Hindustan and gave him 40,000 valiant horsemen to take the country, in which there were more than 1000 rais.The army of the king destroyed at one time a thousand temples of idols, which had each been built for more than a thousand years. How can I describe the victories of the King..."
Jalandhar (Punjab)
"The narrative of any battles eclipses the stories of Rustam and Isfandiyar. By morning meal, not one soldier, not one Brahmin remained unslaughtered or uncaptured. Their heads were leveled with the ground with flaming fire. Thou have secured the victory to the country and to religion, for amongst the Hindus this achievement will be remembered till the day of resurrection."
Malwa (Madhya Pradesh)
"...On this journey, the army detsroyed a thousand idol-temples and thy elephants trampled over more than a hundred strongholds. Thou didst march thy army to Ujjan; the lip of infidelity became dry through fear of thee, the eye of plural-worship became blind...”
Name of the Book: Chach-Namah
Name of the Historian: Mohammed Al bin Hamid bin Abu Bakr Kufi
About the Author: The Persian history was translated from Arabic by the above mentioned author in the time of Nasiruddin Qabacha, a slave of Mohammed Ghori.
The Muslim rulers he wrote about:
1. Mohammed bin Qasim (AD 712-715)
Siwistan and Sisam (Sindh) Mohammed bin Qasem wrote to al-Hajjaj, the governor of Iraq:
"The forts of Siwistan and Sism have been already taken. The nephew of Dahir, his warriors and principal officers have been dispatched, and infidels converted to Islam or destroyed. Instead of idol temples, mosques and other places of worship have been built, pulpits have been erected, the Khutba is read, and the call to prayers is raised so that devotions are performed at sacred hours."
Multan (Punjab)
...”Mohammed Qasem arose and with his counsellors, guards and attendants went to the temple. He saw there an idol made of gold. And its two eyes were bright red rubies. "..Muhammed Qasem ordered the idol to be taken up. Two hundred and thirty "mans" of gold were brought to the treasury together with the gems and pearls and treasures which were obtained from the plunder of Multan. "
Name of the Book: Jamiu'l-Hikayat
Name of the Historian: Maulana Nuruddin Muhammed `Ufi
About the Author: The author was born in or near the city of Bukhara in Transoxiana. He came to India and lived in Delhi for some time in the reign of Shamsu'd-Din Iltutmish (AD 1210-1236).
The Muslim rulers he wrote about:
1. Amru bin Laith (AD 879-900)
Sakawand (Afghanistan)
"It is related that Amru Lais conferred the governorship of Zabulistan on Fardaghan and sent him there at the head of four thousand horses. There was a large Hindu place of worship in that country, which was called Sakawand and people, used to come on pilgrimage from the most remote parts of Hindustan to the idols of that place. When Fardaghan arrived in Zabulistan he led his army against it, took the temple, broke the idols in pieces and overthrew the idolaters..."
Name of the Book: Taju'l-Ma'sir
Name of the Historian: Sadru'd-Din Muhammed Hasan Nizamii
About the author: The author was born at Nishapur in Khurasan. He had to leave his ancestral place because of the Mongol invasion. He came to India and started writing his history in AD 1205.
The Muslim rulers he wrote about:
1. Sultan Muhammed Ghuri (AD 1175-1206)
Ajmer (Rajasthan)
"He destroyed the pillars and foundations of the idol temples and built in their stead mosques and colleges, and the precepts of Islam, and the customs of the law were divulged and established..."
Kuhram and Samana (Punjab)
"The Government of the fort of Kohram and Samana were made over by the Sultan to Kutuu-din.He purged by his sword the land of Hind from the filth of infidelity and vice, and freed it from the thorn of God-plurality, and the impurity of idol-worship and by his royal vigour and intrepidity, left not one temple standing..."
Meerut (Uttar Pradesh)
"Kutub-d din marched from Kohran and when he arrived at Meerut which is one of the celebrated forts of the country of Hind, for the strength of its foundations and superstructure, and its ditch, which was as broad as the ocean and fathomless- an army joined him, sent by the dependent chiefs of the country. The fort was captured, and a Kotwal was appointed to take up his station in the fort, and all the idol temples were converted into mosques."
"He then marched and encamped under the fort of Delhi...The city and its vicinity was freed from idols and idol-worships, and in the sanctuaries of the images of the Gods, mosques were raised by the worshippers of one God. Kutub-d din built the Jami Masjid at Delhi and adorned it with stones and gold obtained from the temples which had been demolished by the elephants, and covered it with inscriptions in Toghra, containing the divine commands."
Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)
"From that place (Asni) the royal army proceeded towards Benares which is the center of the country of Hind and here they destroyed nearly 1000 temples, and raised mosques on their foundations and the knowledge of the law became promulgated, and the foundations of religion were established.."
Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh)
"There was a certain tribe in the neighbourhood of Kol which had occasioned much trouble. Three bastions were raised as high as heaven with their heads, and their carcasses became the food of beasts of prey. That tract was freed from idols and idol-worship and the foundation of infidelity were destroyed".
Bayana (Rajasthan)
"When Kutub-d din heard of Sultan's march from Ghazna, he was much rejoiced and advanced as far as Hansi (a place in Rajasthan) to meet him. In the year AH 592 (AD 1196), they marched towards Thangar, and the center of idolatry and perdition became the abode of glory and splendour...”
Kalinjar (Uttar Pradesh)
"In the year AH 599 (Ad 1202), Kutub-d din proceeded to the investment Kalinjar, on which expedition he was accompanied by the Sahib-Kiran, Shamsu-d din Altmash... The temples were converted into mosques and abodes of goodness, and the ejaculations of bead counters and voices of summoners to prayer ascended to high heaven, and the very name of idolatry was annihilated.”
2. Sultan Shamsu'd-Din Iltutmish (AD 1210-1236)
"The Sultan then returned from Jalor to Delhi. And after his arrival 'not a vestige or name remained of idol temples which had raised their heads on high; and the light of faith shone out from the darkness of infidelity. And the moon of religion and the state became resplendent from the heaven of prosperity and glory."
Name of the Book: Kamilu't-Tawarikh
Name of the Historian: Ibn Asir
About the author: The author was born in AD 1160 in the Jazirat ibn Umar, an island on the Tigris above Mosul.
The Muslim rulers he wrote about:
1. Khalifa Al-Mahdi (AD 775-785)
Barada (Gujrat)
"In the year 159 (AD 776) Al Mahdi sent an army by sea under Abdul Malik bin Shahabu'l Musamma'i to India. They proceeded on their way and at length disembarked at Barada (Baroda/Vadodra). When they reached the place they laid siege on it. The town was reduced to extremities and God prevailed over it in the same year. The people were forbidden to worship the Budd (idol), which the Muhammadans burned."
Name of the Book: Tarikh-i-Jahan-Kusha
Name Of The Historian: Alaud-Din Malik ibn Bahaud-Din Muhammed Juwaini
About the author: The author was born a native of Juwain in Khurasan near Nishapur. He was the Halaku during the Mongol campaign against the Ismai'lians and was later appointed the governor of Baghdad. He fell from grace and was imprisoned at Hamadan.
The Muslim rulers he wrote about:
1. Sultan Jalalud-Din Mankbarni (AD 1222-1231)
Debal (Sindh)
"The Sultan then went towards Dewal and darbela and Jaisi. The Sultan raised Masjid at Dewal, on the spot where an idol temple stood."
Name of the Book: Mifathu'l-Futuh
Name of the Historian: Amir Khusru
About the author: The author, Amir Khusru, was born in Delhi in 1253. His father occupied high positions in the reigns of Sultan Shamsu'd Din Iltutmish (AD 1210-1236) and his successors. Reputed to be the dearest disciple of Sheikh Nizamuddin Auliya, he became the lick-spittle of whoever came out victorious in the contest for the throne at Delhi. He became the court poet of Balban's successor, Sultan Kaiqbad. He is regarded as a secular Sufi Saint by the general population in India. The curriculum history books in India describe him as a man of love and peace.
Muslim rulers he wrote about:
1. Sultan Jajalu'd-Din Khalji (AD 1290-1296)
Jhain (Rajasthan)
"The Sultan reached Jhain in the afternoon of the third day and stayed in the palace of the Raya he greatly enjoyed his stay for some time. Coming out, ho took a round of gardens and temples. The idols he saw amazed him... Next day he got those idols of gold smashed with stones. The pillars of wood were burnt down by his order... A cry rose from the temples as if a second Mahmud has taken birth. Two idols were made of brass, one of which weighed nearly thousand "mans" (a measure of weight).He got both of them broken, and the pieces were distributed among his people so that they may throw them at the door of Masjid on their return to Delhi."
1. Sultan Alaud-Din Khilji (AD 1296-1316)
Vidisha (Madhya Pradesh)
"When he advanced from the capital of Karra, the Hindus, in alarm, descended into the earth like ants. He departed towards the garden of Behar to dye that soil with blood as red as tulip. He cleared the road to Ujjain of vile wretches, and created consternation in Bhilsan. When he affected his conquests in that country, hew drew out of the river the idols which had been concealed in it.
Devagiri (Maharshtra)
"But see the mercy with which he regarded the broken-hearted, for, after seizing the rai (kingdom), he set him free again. He destroyed the temples of the idolaters, and erected pulpits and arches for mosques. "

What you have read above are not merely quotations from books written by people in the distant past. They are in fact real life events which must have devastated millions of native Indians. That was the time when Muslims were a powerful force, so in their arrogance they left their misdeeds recorded by their own writers. However we must not forget that life comes around full circle. With Islam spreading its tentacles around the world, who knows history might just be repeated on a much larger scale. Who knows, just maybe!


The effective measure to save cow

By Mulkh Raj Virmani, ORGANISER

SAFETY of cows of Bharatiya breed has all along been a matter of concern. Lovers of cow have run several movements culminating in supreme sacrifices made on November 7, 1966 agitation at the Parliament Street in New Delhi when innumerable people particularly several saints were mercilessly gunned down, their bodies, dead or half alive, transported by trucks to an isolated spot on the ridge, doused in kerosene and set on fire.

 While the population of human beings is increasing, availability of nourishing food is shrinking. This is obviously due to steep fall in cows’ population particularly after Independence. During the last few years the government has financed the setting up of several abattoirs all over the country where cows are being slaughtered in great number and meat packed for export. Lovers of cow are helpless spectators.

In the face of this organised butchering, we have to step up our efforts to save the cow whom we endearingly call our mother. Agitational approach in the past has eluded success. In today’s context cow can be saved only if we seriously look to the economic and financial aspects of rearing it. We must make cows’ panchgavya products popular with the masses. Industrialists have to come forward to set up units to manufacture quality products with panchgavya as the basic raw material.

Cow slaughter ban not working

Out of the country’s population of 121 crore persons, atleast 100 crore cow lovers feel strongly in favour of a ban on cow slaughter. Despite the wish of this great majority of our people, central ban has not been enforced. In fact the ban in force in certain states is not being implemented properly. Let us concede that clamping of a ban alone will not stop killing of cows in a clandestine manner nor have we been able to check smuggling of cows to Bangladesh and other adjoining countries. This is happening because even the farmers, who otherwise worship the cow, are not able to feed old cows and willy nilly sell these at a throwaway price knowing fully well that the cows are ultimately be taken to slaughter houses.

Manufacture panchgavya products

In view of the above facts, only properly looking after the economic and financial aspects of rearing can save the cow. This can be done conveniently and effectively. Certain enterprising goshalas are already manufacturing a number of items with panchgavya as the basic raw material. Panchgavya consists of desi cows’ gou mutra, gobar, milk, curd and ghee and all these ingredients are good for health, skin and have other medicinal values. Many of the items can appeal even to the present generation because of their sooting effect on the skin such as chemical-less face cream, aftershave lotion, dhoop-batti which, instead of choking the respiratory system, has a salutary effect, coil to drive away mosquitos and flies, dental cream, bathing soap, health-giving cold drinks and several other products.. Success can be achieved only if the industrialists come forward in a big way to set up manufacturing units in areas where there are goshalas to ensure the availability of panchgavya as the raw material. These industrialists can manufacture several other items and also do research to make the best use of panchgavya. The industrial units should pay to these goshalas reasonable price for buying panchgavya so that they become financially strong to rear more cows. As far as marketing of these manufactured items is concerned, these very industrialists and the general public have to cultivate the habit to give as presents the goods manufactured by goshalas and industrialists and others on occasions such as Deepavali. This can be done on several other occasions also such as packets to go with marriage cards and while visiting friends and relatives. The purpose of popularising the use of panchgavya manufactured items is to generate funds to maintain not only cows in the goshalas but also get good returns to farmers through the sale of panchgavya items. These farmers will then never sell even the old cows. In fact old cows will also become a good source of income to the farmers. This is the only way to save the cow and the country.

Panchgavya is elixir

Our saints may also, through their discourses, ask their audience to use and exchange gifts manufactured from panchgavya which is elixir for long and healthy life. These saints are already telling their followers through their discourses about the health-giving qualities of cows milk and medicinal value of other products such as gou mutra. I had the good fortune to listen to the great Swami Shri Rajendra Dasji Maharaj’s Bhagwat Katha in Pathmera (Rajasthan) goshala where over 60,000 cows are being looked after with great dedication. The saint talked more about the dire need for looking after the financial aspect of rearing cows so that those who look after these cows may also lead a comfortable and contented life.

Cow can make significant contribution to the rural economy if 80 per cent of the country’s population as also the Indians living abroad may extensively use and propagate the use panchgavya-made products and exchange properly—packed gifts of these goods. This is the only practical way to save our mother cow. Mere shouting from roof tops that cow is our mother and we will not tolerate its butchering has not, in any way, resulted in protection. Let us be pragmatic.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Know the truth about Rahul Gandhi - Your future Prime Minister

from Dr Subrahmanyam Chirravuri
subject    Karnataka most corrupt state: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi on corruption

So people like Rahul Gandhi have selective senses of touching, seeing, feeling. That is a their great strength. A natural trait of a congressman. He sees no corruption in the central government. He feels no pain due to those actions of the NDA government. He is immune.

Amit Verma

So people like Amit Verma win prizes by piercing the character of people, not propose any good things or report wrong things.

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Dr Subramanian Swamy on RAJUL GANDHI
Excerpted from

Rahul Gandhi – Lies on Education

.......Why is he (Rahul Gandhi) registered as Rahul Vinci Gandhi in Rolings college in Orlando or some place like that, which is a Christian missionary college.  Why did he not register himself as Rahul Gandhi?  Why did he claim he has M.Phil from Cambridge.  University of Cambridge has no record of any thesis, you cannot get M.Phil without any thesis.  How did he claim that?  I asked university of Cambridge to give me a letter.  The university said we know what you did with Sonia Gandhi letter, we are not going to give any more letters.  So, they decline to give me any letter.   I went to the library where all thesis are kept.  His name is not there.   Not there as a student also.  Not there in registrar’s office as student who took exam, in the year he mentioned, 1995.   So, why did he claim.  He first claimed he went to Harvard.  Yes, he went to Harvard, in the sense, when Rajiv Gandhi was Prime Minister, Indujas gave 11 million dollars to  Harvard Medical School  and on donor’s quota and Harvard has this quota, but once you enter, you have to compete,  in three months, Harvard said we don’t think you belong here.  So, he dropped out.  Now, he doesn’t use the word Harvard.  Unfortunately for him, some one in politics like me has long standing connection with Harvard.  Why you tell lies like this?  Because in our country we respect education.   So, you tell a lie about education.   All of us work hard, to pass examination and get a degree,  these guys don’t do anything, and they put themselves as educated.

Rahul Citizenship

Is Rahul a citizen of India?   He is born in India.  But the Italian law says that if your mother is Italian citizen at the time of your birth,  which in 1970, which time Sonia Gandhi was a citizen (of Italy),  then you automatically become a citizen of Italy.   And law in India says, you cannot be a citizen of India, unless you renounce the citizenship of another country.  Rahul Gandhi never renounced that citizenship because you are required by the law to declare  and give  a certificate to  Italian government that I have renounced that citizenship.  In fact, he uses a Italian passport by the name of Rahul Vinci,  Any time tomorrow, the Government comes that does not have the sychophants or those who are blackmailed by them,  then you can say that Rahul Gandhi also, you are not a citizen of India.  One of the things they have secretly kept, but that has gottenout now, is that Rahul Gandhi has gotten admission into ?? college on two grounds.  A) He is a Christian, in record and B) he is a marksman rifle shooter.   So, on sportsmen quota he got admission, not on grades.   How did he have to do that.  He could not pass hindi exam and he is representing the state of Uttar Pradesh.

This is the person who needs to be shown that he has nothing to do with Gandhi.  Gandhi was a man who was a barrister,  earned a name as a lawyer of south Africa, gave it all away for the country,  then if Rahul is using that name, you have a right to say, you are an imposter,  you don’t belong here.  (Claps).

Rahul Gandhi arrested by FBI

Rahul Gandhi was arrested at Boston airport.  He had 160,000 dollars in cash.  In united states, you cannot enter with more than 10,000 dollars without declaring it.  He didn’t declare and got caught.  He had with him a girlfriend by name Veronique Cartelli, citizen, passport holder spain, father Colombian.  Cartelli, means drug mafia.   And something else is there, which has not been identified.  27th September, 2001, they have SPG, like a royal family they have SPG cover. SPG said he is son of former Prime Minister and FBI said we don’t care.   It is the law.  Nine hours they kept.  Government of India intervened,  Condelezza Rice was told this will affect Indo-US relationship,  and then the FBI was told to let him go.  FBI registered a FIR or equivalent of FIR,  I don’t know what they call here, criminal case or whatever,  and was told anytime we want we can call you and you can go.  They let him go.  My friends here try to get information using freedom of information act to FBI and FBI said they will give his records, provided we get no objection certification from Rahul Gandhi because it is his personal records.   That’s the law.  So, I wrote a letter to Rahul Gandhi.   If you have nothing to hide, give us the permission.   He never replied.  Everybody knows.  This is in record.  Nothing to hide.  160,000 dollars in cash, carry such cash for what for? 

Rahul Gandhi – living with his girl friend

Don’t we think we have right to know if Rahul Gandhi is married or not?  In his house in Tughlak lane,  there is a foreign woman there.  Her name is Veronique Cartelli.   Is he married to her or not married to her?   Or is he living with her?   Can he not make that public?  What would the Indians think.  Rajiv Gandhi wife a foreigner.  Rahul Gandhi wife a foreigner.  Can’t  he find Indian girls at all?  And what were the antecedents of Veronique?   Daughter of drug mafia.  So,  we need to know.  Even in marriages,  we need to know.  Accountability in India is one can go to village and find out everything about me.  When you have a foreigner, you have to be doubly careful.  That should be doubly watched.

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Demystification of the Islamic Rule in India, Part I

by Ibrahim Lone
A lot has been said about the peace and prosperity that was abound in India during the Islamic Rule. Even British historians in their zeal to win over Muslims as their allies distorted the true history of the Indian subcontinent under Muslim rule. Apparently most Islamic nations including the breakaway nations of Pakistan and Bangladesh report a distorted version of Indian history under the Muslim rule. In this fabricated version of Islamic History India every attempt has been made by Muslim to portray Muslim rulers as great Secularist, which is an oxymoron in itself, compared to the native Indian kings who are portrayed as Cowards and incestuous rulers.

Wole Soyinka, African Nobel Laureate, while delivering the 20th Nehru Memorial Lecture on November 13, 1988, made an important, though by no means a new, observation that the colonial histories have been written from the European viewpoint. Speaking about Indian histories, he said that there is a big question mark on everything that the British historians have written. He added that serious efforts are being made by historians back home to rewrite African history. Perhaps the time has come to rewrite the true Indian history but by historians of the subcontinent. Thanks to the attitude of Indian politicians and leftist historians, who dominate the scene, no effort has been made to unearth the true history is Islamic rule. Even the mere mention of the excess committed by Muslims on the natives is considered as non-Kosher. However thanks to Internet Forums such as FFI and Islam-Watch, the truth can finally be told and it is the truth that will eventually set us free. The barbarities of Muslim rulers cover no bounds. The Islamic rule in India covers large number of topics and a span of almost 700 years. It is not possible to cover all of these in one article. I will, therefore, break up my presentation into a series of articles which will cover various topics.
It is common knowledge that, if you want to break a people, all you have to do is to attack their belief system. This was precisely the objective of Muslim rulers who came to India. The best way to undermine the Hindus and Buddhists in their own country was to destroy their Temples and Viharas and this is exactly what the Muslim rulers did.
There are several books in which the Muslim scholars of yore have recorded the barbarism of the Muslim rulers; they devoted scrolls of paper to prove the destruction of the native Indian psyche. Of course, the Muslim theologians of today don’t put these treatises on display for they might just demolish the beautiful picture of Islam they paint in front of the world. So I will not give any arguments of my own, rather I will let the history written by the Muslim scholars themselves do the talking.
The literary evidence stated below is in chronological order with reference to the time at which a particular work was written. Below I have listed the sources of my information, the authors of the treatises and the exact quotes from their books.
Name Of The Book: Hindustan Islami Ahad mein (India under Islamic Rule)
Name Of The Historian: Maulana Abdul Hai.
About The Author: He is a highly respected scholar and taken as an authority on Islamic history. Because ofhis scholarship and his services to Islam, Maulana Abdul Hai was appointed as the Rector of the DarulNadwa Ullum Nadwatal-Ulama. He continued in that post till his death in February 1923.
The following section is taken from the chapter Hindustan ki Masjidein (The mosques of India) of the above-mentioned book. Here we can see a brief description of a few important mosques in India and how each one of them was built upon plundered Hindu temples.
1. Qawwat al-Islam Mosque at Delhi:
"According to my findings the first mosque of Delhi is Qubbat al-Islam or Quwwat al_Islam which, Qutubud-Din Aibak constructed in H. 587 after demolishing the hindu temple built by Prithvi Raj and leaving certain parts of the temple outside the mosque proper; and when he returned from Ghazni in H. 592 he started building, under orders from Shihabud -Din Ghori, a huge mosque of inimitable red stones, and certain parts of the temple were included in the mosque..."
2. The Mosque at Jaunpur:
"This was built by Sultan Ibrahim Sharqi with chiseled stones. Originally it was a Hindu temple after demolishing which he constructed the mosque. It is known as the Atala Masjid.."
3. The Mosque at Qanauj:
"It is well known that this mosque was built on the foundations of some Hindu temple that stood here. The mosque was built by Ibrahim Sharqi in H. 809 as is recorded in Gharbat Nigar"
4. Jami Masjid at Etwah:
"This mosque stands on the bank of the Jamuna at Etawah. There was a Hindu temple at this place, on the site of which this mosque was constructed.."
5. Babri Masjid at Ayodhya:
"This mosque was constructed by Babar at Ayodhya which Hindus call the birth place of Ramchandraji...Sita had a temple here in which she lived and cooked for her husband. On that very site Babar constructed this mosque in H. 963 "
6. Mosque at Benaras:
"Mosque of Benares was built by Alamgir Aurangzeb on the site of Bisheshwar Temple. That temple was very tall and held as holy among Hindus. On this very site and with those very stones he constructed a lofty mosque, and its ancient stones were rearranged after being embedded in the walls of the mosque. It is one of the renowned mosques of Hindustan."
7. Mosque at Mathura:
"Alamgir Aurangzeb built a mosque at Mathura. This mosque was built on site of the Govind Dev Temple which was very strong and beautiful as well as exquisite.."


Name Of The Book: Futuhu'l-Buldan
Name Of The Historian: Ahmed bin Yahya bin Jabir
About The Author: This author is also known as al- Biladhuri. He lived at the court of Khalifa Al- Mutawakkal (AD 847-861) and died in AD 893. His history is one of the major Arab chronicles.
The Muslim Rulers He Wrote About:

1. Ibn Samurah (AD 653) Siestan (Iran)
"On reaching Dawar, he surrounded the enemy in the mountain of Zur, where there was a famous Hindu temple. ...Their idol of Zur was of gold, and its eyes were two rubies. The zealous Musalmans cut off its hands and plucked out its eyes, and then remarked to the Marzaban how powerless was his idol..."
2. Qutaibah bin Muslim al-Bahili (r. 705-715) Samarkand (Farghana)
"Other authorities say that Kutaibah granted peace for 700,000 dirhams and entertainment for the Moslems for three days. The terms of surrender included also the houses of the idols and the fire temples. The idols were thrown out, plundered of their ornaments and burned..."
3. Mohammed bin Qasim (r. 712-715) Debal (Sindh)
"...The town was thus taken by assault, and the carnage endured for three days. The governor of the town, appointed by Dahir, fled and the priests of the temple were massacred. Muhammad marked a place for the Musalmans to dwell in, built a mosque, and left 4,000 Musalmans to garrison the place..."
"...'Ambissa son of Ishak Az Zabbi, the governor of Sindh, in the Khilafat of Mu'tasim billah knocked down the upper part of the minaret of the temple and converted it into a prison..."
Multan (Punjab)
"...He then crossed the Biyas, and went towards Multan...Muhammad destroyed the water-course; upon which the inhabitants, oppressed with thirst, surrendered at discretion. He massacred the men capable of bearing arms, but the children were taken captive, as well as ministers of the temple, to the number of 6,000. The Musalmans found there much gold in a chamber ten cubits long by eight broad..."
4. Hasham bin 'Amru al-Taghlab Khandahar (Maharashtra)
"He then went to Khandahar in boats and conquered it. He destroyed the Budd (idol) there, and built in its place a mosque."


Name Of The Book: Tarikh-i-Tabari
Name Of The Historian: Abu Ja'far Muhammad bin Jarir at-Tabari
About The Author: This author is considered to be the foremost historian of Islam. The above mentioned book written by him is regarded as the mother of histories.
The Muslim Rulers He Wrote About:

1. Qutaibah bin Muslim al-Bahili (AD 705-715) Beykund (Khurasan)
"The ultimate capture of Beykund (in AD 706) rewarded him with an incalculable booty; even more than had hitherto fallen into the hands of the Mohammedans by the conquest of the entire province of Khorassaun; and the unfortunate merchants of the town, having been absent on a trading excursion while their countrywas assailed by the enemy, and finding their habitations desolate on their return contributed further to enrich the invaders, by the ransom which they paid for the recovery of their wives and children. The ornaments alone, of which these women had been plundered, being melted down, produce, in gold, 150,000 meskals; of a dram and a half each. Among the articles of the booty, is also described an image of gold, of 50,000 meskals, of which the eyes were two pearls, the exquisite beauty and magnitude of which excited the surprise and admiration of Kateibah. They were transmitted by him, with a fifth of the spoil to Hejauje, together with a request that he might be permitted to distribute, to the troops, the arms which had been found in the palace in great profusion."
Samarkand (Farghan "A breach was, however, at last effected in the walls of the city in AD 712 by the warlike machines ofKateibah; and some of the most daring of its defenders having fallen by the skill of his archers, the besieged demanded a cessation of arms to the following day, when they promised to capitulate. The request was acceded to the Kateibah; and a treaty was the next day accordingly concluded between him and the prince of Samarkand, by which the latter engaged for the annual payment of ten million of dhirems, and a supply of three thousand slaves; of whom it was particularly stipulated, that none should either be in a state of infancy, or ineffective from old age and debility. He further contracted that the ministers of his religion should be expelled from their temples and their idols destroyed and burnt; that Kateibah should be allowed to establish a mosque in the place of the principal temple...."
"...Kateibah accordingly set set fire to the whole collection with his own hands; it was soon consumed to ashes, and 50,000 meskals of gold and silver, collected from the nails which had been used in the workmanship of the images."
2. Yaqub bin Laith (r. 870-871 Balkh and Kabul (Afghanistan)
"He took Bamian, which he probably reached by way of Herat, and then marched on Balkh where he ruined (the temple) Naushad. On his way back from Balkh he attacked Kabul..."
"Starting from Panjhir, the place he is known to have visited, he must have passed through the capital city of the Hindu Sahis to rob the sacred temple -- the reputed place of coronation of the Sahi rulers -- of its sculptural wealth..."
"The exact details of the spoil collected from Kabul valley are lacking. The Tarikh [-i-Sistan] records 50 idols of gold and silver and Mas'udi mentions elephants. The wonder excited in Baghdad by Baghdad by elephants and pagan idols forwarded to the Caliph by Ya'qub also speaks for their high value."

Name Of The Book: Tarikhu'l-Hind
Name Of The Historian: Abu Rihan Muhammad bin Ahmad al-Biruni al-Khwarizmi.
About The Author: This author spent 40 years in India during the reign of Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni (r. 997-1030). His history treats of the literature and learning of the Hindus at the commencement of the 11th century.
The Muslim Rulers He Wrote About:
1. Jalam ibn Shaiban (9th century) Multan (Punjab)
"A famous idol of theirs was that of Multan, dedicated to the sun, and therefore called Aditya. It was of wood and covered with red Cordovan leather; in its two eyes were two red rubies. It is said to have been made in the last Kritayuga .....When Muhammad Ibn Alkasim Ibn Almunaibh conquered Multan, he inquired how the town had become so very flourishing and so many treasures had there been accumulated, and then he found out that this idol was the cause, for there came pilgrims from all sides to visit it. Therefore he thought it best to have the idol where it was, but he hung a piece of cow's flesh on its neck by way of mockery. On the same place a mosque was built. When the Karmatians occupied Multan, Jalam Ibn Shaiban, the usurper, broke the idol into pieces and killed its priests..."
2. Sultan Mahmud of Gazni (AD 997-103 Thanesar (Haryana)
"The city of Taneshar is highly venerated by Hindus. The idol of that place is called Cakrasvamin, i.e. the owner of the cakra, a weapon which we have already described. It is of bronze, and is nearly the size of a man. It is now lying in the hippodrome in Ghazna, together with the Lord of Somnath, which is a representation of the penis of the Mahadeva, called Linga."
3. Somnath (Gujrat)
"The linga he raised was the stone of Somnath, for soma means the moon and natan means master, so that the whole word means master of the moon. The image was destroyed by the Prince Mahmud, may God be merciful to him! --AH 416. He ordered the upper part to be broken and the remainder to be transported to his residence, Ghaznin, with all its coverings and trappings of gold, jewels, and embroidered garments. Part of it has been thrown into the hippodrome of the town, together with Cakrasvamin , an idol of bronze, that had been brought from Taneshar. Another part of the idol from Somnath lies before the door of the mosque of Ghaznin, on which people rub their feet to clean them from dirt and wet."

Name Of The Book: Kitabu'l-Yamini
Name Of The Historian: Abu Nasr Muhammad ibn Muhammad al Jabbaru'l-Utbi.
About The Author: This author's work comprises the whole of the reign of Subuktigin and that of Sultan Mahmud down to the year AD 1020.
The Muslim Rulers He Wrote About:
1. Amir Sbuktigin of Ghazni Lamghan (Afghanistan)
"The Amir marched out towards Lamghan, which is a city celebrated for its great strength and abounding wealth. He conquered it and set fire to the places in its vicinity which were inhabited by infidels, and demolishing idol temples, he established Islam in them. He marched and captured other cities and killed the polluted wretches, destroying the idolaters and gratifying the Musulmans."
2. Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni (AD 997-1030) Narain (Rajasthan)
"The Sultan again resolved on an expedition to Hind, and marched towards Narain, urging his horses and moving over ground, hard and soft, until he came to the middle of Hind, where he reduced chiefs, who, up to that time obeyed no master, overturned their idols, put to the sword the vagabonds of that country, and with delay and circumspection proceeded to accomplish his design..."
3. Nardin (Punjab)
"After the Sultan had purified Hind from idolatry, and raised mosques therein, he determined to invade the capital of Hind to punish those who kept idols and would not acknowledge the unity of God...He marched with a large army in the year AH 404 (AD 1013) during a dark night..."
"A stone was found there in the temple of the great Budda on which an inscription was written purporting that the temple had been founded 50,000 years ago. The Sultan was surprised at the ignorance of these people, because those who believe in the true faith represent that only seven hundred years have elapsed since the creation of the world, and the signs of resurrection are even now approaching .The Sultan asked his wise men the meaning of this inscription and they all concurred in saying that it was false, and no faith was to be put in the evidence of a stone."
4. Thanesar (Haryana)
"The chief of Tanesar was...obstinate in his infidelity and denial of God. So the Sultan marched against him with his valiant warriors, for the purpose of planting the standards of Islam and extirpating idolatry.."
"The blood of the infidels flowed so copiously, that the stream was discolored, not withstanding its purity, and people were unable to drink it...The victory gained by God's grace, who has established Islam for ever as the best religions, notwithstanding that idolaters revolt against it...Praise be to God, the protector of the world, for the honor he bestows upon Islam and Musulmans."
5. Mathura (Uttar Pradesh)
"The Sultan then departed from the environs of the city, in which was a temple of the Hindus. The name of this place was Mahartul Hind... On both sides of the city there were a thousand houses, to which idol temples were attached, all strengthened from top to bottom by rivets of iron, and all made of masonry work..."
"In the middle of the city there was a temple larger and firmer than the rest, which can neither be described nor painted. The Sultan thus wrote respecting it: --'If any should wish to construct a building equal to this, he would not be able to do it without expending an 100,000,000 red dinars, and it would occupy 200 years even though the most experience and able workmen were employed'... The Sultan gave orders that all temples should be burnt with naptha and fire, and leveled with the ground."
6. Kanauj (Uttar Pradesh)
"In Kanauj there were nearly 10,000 temples, which the idolaters falsely and absurdly represented to have been founded by their ancestors two or three hundred thousand years ago...Many of the inhabitants of the place fled and were scattered abroad like so many wretched widows and orphans, from the fear which oppressed them, in consequence of witnessing the fate of their deaf and dumb idols. Many of them thus affected their escape, and those who did not fly were put to death."

I rest my case here and allow the readers to judge the facts for themselves.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Mahatma Gandhi on Christian Conversions

  Quotes by Mahatma Gandhi on Christian conversions, compiled by Swami Aksharananda and produced by Vidya Bharati, New York 


Gandhiji was not awarded the Nobel peace prize because he refused to be converted. Now that
 missionaries are spreading their tentacles far and wide in India, converting people by allurement, inducement and fraud (in north east India, killings and threats are becoming commonplace), Gandhiji's message is all the more relevant in understanding and reacting to this problem. Missionary Terrorism will become as dangerous as Islamic terrorism if ignored. Please read & distribute.
I Call Myself a Sanatani Hindu

I call myself a Sanatani Hindu, because I believe in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Puranas, and all that goes by the name of Hindu scripture, and therefore in avataras and rebirth; I believe in the varnashrama dharma in a sense, in my opinion strictly Vedic but not in its presently popular and distorted crude sense; I believe in the protection of cow. I do not disbelieve in murti puja.
(Young India: June 10, 1921)
Why I am Not a Convert

Hinduism as I know it entirely satisfies my soul, fills my whole being. When doubts haunt me, when disappointments stare me in the face, and when I see not one ray of light on the horizon, I turn to the Bhagavad Gita, and find a verse to comfort me; and I immediately begin to smile in the midst of overwhelming sorrow. My life has been full of tragedies and if they have not left any visible and indelible effect on me, I owe it to the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita.
(Young India: June 8, 1925)
I Disbelieve in Conversion

I disbelieve in the conversion of one person by another. My effort should never to be to undermine another's faith. This implies belief in the truth of all religions and, therefore, respect for them. It implies true humility.
(Young India: April 23, 1931)
Conversion: Impediment to Peace

It is impossible for me to reconcile myself to the idea of conversion after the style that goes on in India and elsewhere today. It is an error which is perhaps the greatest impediment to the world's progress toward peace. Why should a Christian want to convert a Hindu to Christianity? Why should he not be satisfied if the Hindu is a good or godly man?
(Harijan: January 30, 1937)
No Such Thing as Conversion

I believe that there is no such thing as conversion from one faith to another in the accepted sense of the word. It is a highly personal matter for the individual and his God. I may not have any design upon my neighbour as to his faith which I must honour even as I honour my own. Having reverently studied the scriptures of the world, I could no more think of asking a Christian or a Musalman, or a Parsi or a Jew to change his faith than I would think of changing my own.
(Harijan: September 9, 1935)
No Conversion Designs Upon Me

I am not interested in weaning you from Christianity and making you Hindu, and I do not relish your designs upon me, if you had any, to convert me to Christianity. I would also dispute your claim that Christianity is the only true religion.
(Harijan: June 3, 1937)

Conversion must not mean denationalization. Conversion should mean a definite giving up of the evil of the old, adoption of all the good of the new and a scrupulous avoidance of everything evil in the new. Conversion, therefore, should mean a life of greater dedication to one's country, greater surrender to God, greater self-purification.
(Young India: August 20, 1925)
Aping of Europeans and Americans

As I wander about through the length and breath of India, I see many Christian Indians almost ashamed of their birth, certainly of their ancestral religion, and of their ancestral dress. The aping of Europeans by Anglo-Indians is bad enough, but the aping of them by Indian converts is a violence done to their country and, shall I say, even to their new religion.
(Young India: August 8, 1925)
Why Should I Change My Religion

I hold that proselytisation under the cloak of humanitarian work is unhealthy to say the least. It is most resented by people here. Religion after all is a deeply personal thing. It touches the heart. Why should I change my religion because the doctor who professes Christianity as his religion has cured me of some disease, or why should the doctor expect me to change whilst I am under his influence?
(Young India: April 23, 1931)
Missionary Aim: Uprooting Hinduism

My fear is that though Christian friends nowadays do not say or admit it that Hindu religion is untrue, they must harbour in their breast that Hinduism is an error and that Christianity, as they believe it, is the only true religion. So far as one can understand the present (Christian) effort, it is to uproot Hinduism from her very foundation and replace it by another faith.
(Harijan: March 13, 1937)
Undermining People's Faith

The first distinction I would like to make between your missionary work and mine is that while I am strengthening the faith of people, you (missionaries) are undermining it.
(Young India: November 8, 1927)
Physician Heal Yourself

Conversion nowadays has become a matter of business, like any other. India (Hindus) is in no need of conversion of this kind. Conversion in the sense of self-purification, self-realization is the crying need of the times. That however is never what is meant by proselytization. To those who would convert India (Hindus), might it not be said, "Physician, heal yourself."
(Young India: April 23, 1931)
Missionaries: Vendors of Goods

When the missionary of another religion goes to them, he goes like a vendor of goods. He has no special spiritual merit that will distinguish him from those to whom he goes. He does however possess material goods which he promises to those who will come to his fold.
(Harijan: April 3, 1937)
If I had the Power and Could Legislate

If I had the power and could legislate, I should stop all proselytizing. In Hindu households the advent of a missionary has meant the disruption of the family coming in the wake of change of dress, manners, language, food and drink.
(November 5, 1935)
The Only Begotten Son of God?

I regard Jesus as a great teacher of humanity, but I do not regard him as the only begotten son of God. That epithet in its material interpretation is quite unacceptable. Metaphorically we are all sons of God, but for each of us there may be different sons of God in a special sense. Thus for me Chaitanya may be the only begotten son of God. God cannot be the exclusive Father and I cannot ascribe exclusive divinity to Jesus.
(Harijan: June 3, 1937)
Western Christianity Today

It is my firm opinion that Europe (and the United States) does not represent the spirit of God or Christianity but the spirit of Satan. And Satan's successes are the greatest when appears with the name of God on his lips.
(Young India: September 8, 1920)

I consider western Christianity in its practical working a negation of Christ's Christianity. I cannot conceive Jesus, if he was living in flesh in our midst, approving of modern Christian organizations, public worship, or ministry.
(Young India: September 22, 1921)
Christianity and Imperialistic Exploitation

Christianity in India has been inextricably mixed up for the last one hundred and fifty years with British rule. It appears to us as synonymous with materialistic civilization and imperialistic exploitation by the stronger white races of the weaker races of the world. Its contribution to India has been, therefore, largely negative.

(Young India: March 21, 1929)
No Room For Them

In the manner in which they are working there would seem to be no room for them. Quite unconsciously they do harm to themselves and also to us. It is perhaps impertinent to say that they do harm to themselves, but quite pertinent to say that they do harm to us. They do harm to those amongst whom they work and those amongst whom they do not work, i.e., the harm is done to the whole of India. The more I study their activities the more sorry I become. It is a tragedy that such a thing should happen to the human family.
(Harijan: December 12, 1936)

Only the other day a missionary descended on a famine area with money in his pocket, distributed it among the famine stricken, converted them to his fold, took charge of their temple, and demolished it. This is outrageous.
(Harijan: November 5, 1937)
Let the Hindu be a Better Hindu

I came to the conclusion long ago that all religions were true and also that all had some error in them, and whilst I hold by my own, I should hold others as dear as Hinduism. So we can only pray, if we are Hindus, not that a Christian should become a Hindu. But our innermost prayer should be a Hindu should be a better Hindu, a Muslim a better Muslim, a Christian a better Christian.
(Young India: January 19, 1928)
Welcome Them Back

If a person through fear, compulsion, starvation, or for material gain or consideration goes over to another faith, it is a misnomer to call it conversion. Most cases of conversion have been to my mind false coin. I would therefore unhesitatingly re-admit to the Hindu fold all such repentants without much ado. If a man comes back to the original branch he deserves to be welcomed in so far as he may deem to have erred, he has sufficiently purged himself of it when he repents his error and retraces his steps.
(Collected Works: Vol. 66, pp. 163-164)
Original Source of This Article : -

Mahatma Gandhi on Conversion - Compiled by Swami Aksharananda and produced by Vidya Bharati, New York

NOTE: As a Hindu courtesy, please acknowledge Swami Aksharananda ji who compiled this information and Vidya Bharati, New York who produced it. Please circulate as widely as possible.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Sharia Banking:"There's big business in fooling God"

God and financial loopholes -- what of it?
For some religions, there's big business in fooling God

Macleans Magazine

Wally: Do you mean you knew what was happening to us all the time?Supreme Being: Well, of course. I am the Supreme Being, I'm not entirely dim ...
-- Terry Gilliam's 1981 film Time Bandits

When I was in graduate school, I spent some time as a teaching assistant for the department's big Introduction to Philosophy course, which served first-year students a tasting menu of questions in logic, metaphysics, and ethics. The most fun to teach were the various proofs for the existence of God. One year, a student submitted a paper where, on the title page, "God" was written as "G-d." When the professor asked for an explanation, the student said he was Jewish, and Jews were not permitted to write out the full name of God. The professor pursed his lips for a moment, looked at the student, and said: "You know, you're not fooling God."

For those of us most familiar with the Christian approach to religion, writing "G-d" to get around a prohibition against writing God's name amounts to little more than impious cheating. Ours is an omniscient God, after all: he knows what is in our hearts and in our minds, and he can't be fooled by legalistic hairsplitting.

Turns out that for some religions, fooling God is not only considered fair play, it is also big business. Consider the controversial bit of religious sea-lawyering known as "Islamic finance" or "Islamic economics": a basket of financial instruments designed to get around the Quranic rule that forbids Muslims from charging or paying interest. Given that interest is the cornerstone of our financial markets, it is pretty much impossible to turn your nose up at interest and participate in the modern economy.

That is why the past few years have seen tremendous growth in sharia-compliant financial instruments, such as interest-free mortgages and savings accounts where the bank rewards the depositor with occasional "gifts of appreciation" for the use of his money.Let's be honest. Islamic finance isn't fooling anyone, least of all God.

Everyone involved understands that the various gifts and deferred payments are just bearded forms of interest, but the proper question is not whether God is fooled, but whether anyone should care.Someone who cares a great deal is the Scourge of Islam, Daniel Pipes, better known as the director of the pro-Israel think tank the Middle East Forum. In a recent article in the National Post about the rise of Islamic finance, Pipes warns that there is nothing "Islamic" about the barely disguised interest payments, and that behind its economic triviality lurks a great political danger.

Drawing on the book Islam and Mammon, by the Muslim scholar Timur Kuran, Pipes argues that Islamic finance was created for political motives, designed to strengthen the Muslim identity by minimizing their interactions with non-Muslims.He concludes that by enabling the economic activities of Muslims and allowing them to "modernize without Westernizing," Islamic economics serves as a source of global instability.

Pipes suggests that it would be much better if Muslims were really forbidden from paying interest or any of its facsimiles, because they would then be relegated "to the fringes of the international economy."This is insane, not to mention a bit obtuse. For starters, not every religion places so much value on correct belief or thought. Observing the faith is in some cases more about following a strict set of rules or codes, cleaving as close as possible to their letter and worrying less about their spirit. Among the big three monotheisms arising from the Mideast, Judaism and Islam are more concerned with rules than Christianity is.

That is why, to Christian eyes, Jews and Muslims seem to expend a great deal of effort trying to fool God.One example is the Orthodox Jewish practice of installing eruvin around neighbourhoods -- symbolic fences made of rope or string slung from lampposts and street signs. It is a way of getting around the rule against carrying things from one domain to another on the Sabbath.

The presence of the eruv around a neighbourhood allows residents to treat the whole area as a single dwelling, which lets them carry stuff outside on the Sabbath without breaking Torah law. Is God fooled? To ask the question is to miss the point.If anything, we should be celebrating the rise of Islamic economics, since if its goal was to keep Muslims isolated from the corrupting influences of the West it has been a huge failure. As a major survey in the Financial Times last spring pointed out, Islamic finance is now a trillion-dollar business, and most large Western banks -- including HSBC, Barclays, and Citibank -- are racing to re-craft all of their products along Islamic lines.

To see this as a source of instability and political danger is sheer paranoia. Far from ghettoizing Muslims, sharia-compliant finance is drawing them deeper into the network of global institutions, helping them to integrate into the modern world without having to assimilate to Western values. Sure, Islamic finance appears to many -- me included -- as little more than an exercise in trying to fool God. But if helping Muslims fool their God is part of the price we have to pay for global economic and political stability, it's the bargain of the century.

Islamic Banking: Posing a substanial poltical danger

 The folly of 'Islamic economics'

The National Post

Though few in the West have noticed the phenomenon, a significant and rapidly growing amount of money is now being managed in accord with Islamic law, the Shariah. According to one study, "by the end of 2005, more than 300 institutions in over 65 jurisdictions were managing assets worth around US$700-billion to US$1-trillion in a Shariah compatible manner."

Islamic economics increasingly has become a force to contend with burgeoning portfolios of oil exporters and multiplying Islamic financial instruments (such as interest-free mortgages and profit-sharing sukuk bonds). But what does it all amount to? Can Shariah-compliant instruments challenge the existing international financial order? Would an Islamic economic regime, as one enthusiast claims, really help end injustice by ensuring "the state's provision for the well-being of all people"?

To understand this system, the ideal place to start is Islam and Mammon, a brilliant book by Timur Kuran, written when he held the Saudi-sponsored position of King Faisal Professor of Islamic Thought and Culture at the University of Southern California.

Now teaching at Duke University, Kuran finds that Islamic economics does not go back to the time of Muhammad, but is in fact an "invented tradition" that emerged in the 1940s in India. The notion of an economics discipline "that is distinctly and selfconsciously Islamic is very new." Even the most learned Muslims a century ago would have been dumbfounded by the "Islamic economics."

The idea was primarily the brainchild of a South Asian Islamist intellectual, Abul-Ala Mawdudi (1903-79), for whom Islamic economics served as a mechanism to achieve many goals: to minimize relations with non-Muslims, strengthen the collective sense of Muslim identity, extend Islam into a new area of human activity, and modernize without Westernizing.

As an academic discipline, Islamic economics took off during the mid-1960s; it acquired institutional heft during the oil boom of the 1970s, when the Saudis and other Muslim oil exporters, for the first time possessing substantial sums of money, signed on to the project.
Proponents of Islamic economics assert that the prevailing capitalist order has failed and that Islam offers the remedy. To assess the latter assertion, Kuran scrutinizes the actual functioning of Islamic economics, focusing on its three main claims: that it has abolished interest on money, achieved economic equality, and established a superior business ethic. On all three counts, he finds it a total failure.

"Nowhere has interest been purged from economic transactions, and nowhere does economic Islamization enjoy mass support," he writes. Exotic and complex profit-loss sharing techniques such as ijara, mudaraba, murabaha and musharaka all involve thinly disguised payments of interest. Banks claiming to be Islamic in fact "look more like other modern financial institutions than like anything in Islam's heritage."

In brief, there is almost nothing Islamic about Islamic banking-- which goes far to explain how Citibank and other major Western financial institutions host far larger ostensibly Islam-compliant deposits than do specifically Islamic banks.

"Nowhere," Kuran writes, has the goal of reducing inequality by imposition of the zakat tax (a form of tithing) succeeded. Indeed, the author finds this tax "does not necessarily transfer resources to the poor; it may transfer resources away from them." Worse, in Malaysia, zakat taxation, supposedly intended to help the poor, instead appears to serve as "a convenient pretext for advancing broad Islamic objectives and for lining the pockets of religious officials."

In the final analysis, Kuran dismisses the whole concept of Islamic economics. "There is no distinctly Islamic way to build a ship, or defend a territory, or cure an epidemic, or forecast the weather," so why money? He concludes that the significance of Islamic economics lies not in the economy but in identity and religion. The scheme "has promoted the spread of anti-modern ? currents of thought all across the Islamic world. It has also fostered an environment conducive to Islamist militancy."

Indeed, the conceit behind Islamic economics possibly contributes to global economic instability by "hindering institutional social reforms necessary for healthy economic development." In particular, were Muslims truly forbidden not to pay or charge interest, they would be relegated "to the fringes of the international economy."

In short, Islamic economics has trivial economic import, but poses a substantial political danger.

Source :

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Sonia Gandhi's involvement in smuggling of artifacts from India

YS Jagan & YSR assets are rooted in Corruption

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy loot of Public money is valued as 1-Lakh crores.



         SATYAM SCAM Rs.7, 800 Cr
        Y.S.R SCAM        Rs.7,8000 Cr ??

    Mr. Y.S. Rajashekar reddy sworn as chief minister in may ‘ 2004
    Before that his family assets would not exceed Rs. 50 lakhs as declared by him.
    After Mr. Y.S. assuming office as C.M his son Jagan came into picture to chanalise the corruption money of his father.
    In the process he utilised Sandur Power Company Ltd for routing the money.


 SILCON INFRASTRUCTURE PVT LTD                      


YSR Family Promoted 3 Companies and Invested
1. Sandur Power Company Ltd               (Rs. 17.00 Cr)
2.  Saraswati Power & Infrastructure Ltd (Rs. 3.02 Cr)
3.  Silicon Infrastructure PvT Ltd               (Rs. 7.47 Cr)



 M/s. Sandur Power Company Ltd
M/s. Saraswati Power & Infrastructure Ltd

Promoted 6 subsidiary companies and Invested

1.       Carmel Asia Holdings PvT Ltd (Rs. 12.08 Cr)
2.     Pulivendula Polymers PvT Ltd (Rs. 1.00 Cr)
3.     Silicon Builders PvT Ltd (Rs. 23.70 Cr)
4.     Classic Realty PvT Ltd (Rs. 78.89 Cr)
5.     Marvel Infrastructure PvT Ltd (Rs. 20.24 Cr)
6.     Bhagwath Sannidi Estates PvT Ltd (Rs. 2.41Cr)

   SILCON INFRASTRUCTURE PVT LTD                      


    M/s. Carmel Asia Holdings P Ltd
M/s. Classic Realty PvT Ltd
M/s. Silicon Builders PvT Ltd
Promoted 4 subsidiary companies and invested
1.    Janani Infrastructure PvT Ltd           (Rs. 9.95 Cr)
2.    Jagati Publications PvT Ltd              (Rs. 73.56 Cr)
(Saakshi Telugu News Daily)
3.       Indira Television Ltd (Saakshi TV) (Rs.10.22 Cr)
4.       Shalom Infrastructure PvT Ltd         (Rs. 8.98 Cr)

                        YSR FAMILY
SILCON INFRASTRUCTURE PVT LTD     99%                 


Mr. YSR Family
M/s. Sandur Power Company Ltd
M/s. Silicon Builders PvT Ltd
M/s. Classic Realty PvT Ltd
Promoted 4 subsidiary companies and invested

1.     Bharti Cement Corporation Ltd  (Rs. 45.18 Cr)
2.     Harish Infrastructure PvT Ltd     (Rs. 4.97 Cr)
3.     Inspire Hotels PvT Ltd                 (Rs. 5.97 Cr)
4.     Capstone Infrastructure PvT Ltd   (Rs. 4.42 Cr)


SILCON INFRASTRUCTURE PVT LTD    99%                   



v      M/s. Sandur power a 22.5 mw power plant in Karnataka as prime channel for routing the money.
v      Availed loan from Banks initially and subsequently, diluted their shareholding in favour of M/s 2i Capital and Pluri investments, Mauritius based P.C.C. companies at a premium of Rs. 71 per share and disposed 17.5% of the total equity of Sandur. In total Sandur received Rs. 125 crores from 2i & Pluri.
v      Any 22.5 MW power plant can be setup in our country with a maximum investment of Rs. 90 crores (MW @ Rs. 4 crore). If 17.5% share holding is Rs. 125 crores, then the total company value is estimated at Rs. 714 crores. i.e., each MW cost Rs 31.73 crores.
v      A MW capital cost is Rs. 31.73 crores valuated for obtaining the investment in Sandur from 2i & Pluri, which is suspicious and here we can confirm that the corruption money of Mr. Y.S has been routed to Mauritius using hawala and obtained back through 2i & pluri, which is nothing but money laundering.
v       With that amount Sandur repaid the total bank borrowings and become Investment Company.


v      Subsequently in the year 2007-08 Mr. Y.S. Jagan disposed of his shares in Sandur (1,04,62500 shares) to Mr. N. Prasad, (Matrix Prasad) Sigma oxygen limited, Sai Surya Warehousing, Excel Prosoft Ltd, Nelcast Finance, Z M Infotech Ltd.,(all belonging to one family) and obtained more than Rs. 675 crores. All the persons purchased the shares of Mr. Jagan are benefited directly or indirectly from the Govt of Andhra Pradesh.
v      From Sandur the investments are flown to Silicon Builders, Classic Realty, Carmel Asia, Janani Infra, Bhagawath Sannidi, Harish Infra, Silicon Infra, Shalom Infra (All are in Real Estate Business).
v      In turn from Silicon Builders and Carmel Asia the funds are flown to Jagati Publications & Indira Television Ltd which are in Print & Electronic Media. This is nothing but routing of FDI accepted by Sandur to Media Companies through real estate companies.
v      The above is evidence for siphoning of funds and showing official route to Money Launders.
v      The above is nothing but corruption chanalised using the corporates, which will badly affect the Indian corporate in nearer future.
v      In Sandur Y.S. (family / concerns) holding 37% Stake.
v      In total Y.S. Family received 800 Crores in Sandur Scam.
v      The company violated FEMA Act, Companies Act and used the law to channel corruption money.


v      In Jagati Publications shares are allotted to Y.S. (family / concerns) at face value Rs. 10/- only.
v      For others shares are allotted at a premium of Rs 350/- per share. The valuation of the company done by M/s. Deloitte at Rs. 3,500 Crores (which is abnormal for non existent new company).
v      The above valuation benefited Y.S. (family / concerns) with Rs. 2,500 Crores (3,500 Crores x 69 %).
v      In jagati publications 69 % shares are allotted to Y.S. (family / concerns) at Rs. 10/-.
v      Mr. N. Prasad (Matrix) Gilchrist Investments (Matrix) allotted 11, 11,109 shares, Alfa villas 4, 16, 666 shares, Alfa Avenues 4, 16,666 shares at a premium of Rs. 350/- and invested Rs. 70.00 Crores. Mr. N. Prasad group has been awarded Nizampatnam and Vadarevu Port Projects (VANPIC) & Krishnapatnam Port Project along with Thermal Power Project.
v      PVP Business Ventures (Potluri Prasad) - 13, 88,888 shares and invested Rs. 50 Crores has been allotted 800 acres around Nadargul (nearer to Hyderabad International Airport).
v      ERES (Ramky Group) 2, 22,222 shares Rs. 7.77 Cr – awarded Vizag Pharmacity.
v      K. Prasad Reddy (Hetero Group) 1, 94, 441 shares Rs. 13.00 Cr – awarded Jadcharla SEZ.
v      Trident Life Sciences (Aurobindo Group) 1, 94,444 shares Rs.       Cr – awarded Jadcharla SEZ.
v      Pioneer Infra (Pennar Group) 5,55,555 shares Rs. 19 Crores – awarded Lease of
v      Mines & Star Hotel at Jubilee Hills.


v      In Bharathi Cements shares are allotted 4, 51, 85,000 shares to Y.S. (Family / concerns) for rs. 10/- only.
v      The premium is ranged between Rs. 94/- to Rs. 1440/- to different persons.
v      In Bharathi Cements Y.S. (Family / concerns) holds 69 % and benefited Rs. 6,500 Crores.
v      India Cements Ltd purchased 12, 50,000 shares at a premium of Rs. 110/- per share paid Rs. 15.00 Crores – awarded with Lime stone Mines.
v      M/s. G2 Corporate services Ltd (Matrix Prasad) purchased 64, 42,300 shares at a premium of Rs. 94/- per share and invested Rs. 67 Crores. Mr. N. Prasad purchased 4, 59,459 shares at a premium of Rs. 175/- per share and invested Rs. 8.50 Crores.
v      M/s. Dalmia Cements Ltd purchased 16, 66,600 shares Premium @ 110/-, 1, 37,931 shares Premium @ 1440/-, 68,965 shares premium @ 1440/- and invested Rs. 50 Crores – awarded with Lime stone Mines.
v      Y.S. (Family / concerns) controls Bharathi cement corporation with 4, 51, 85,000 (69%) shares with an investment of only Rs. 45 Crores. While the others accounting for 31 % shares have invested Rs. 250 Crores.
v      Similarly in Janani Infrastructure shares are allotted at a premium of Rs. 102/- per share, Shalom Infrastructure at a Premium of Rs. 30/-, Indira Television at a premium of Rs. 600/- per share.


v      Originally company belongs to Grandhi Eswara rao, G. Satish, G. Shasikala and others. Subsequently in 31-10-1999 Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy joined as Managing Director.
v      D. Chandra Sekhar Reddy joined as Director on 31-10-1999
v      N. Sunil Kumar Reddy joined as director on 01-07-2001
v      Mr. Grandhi Eswara Rao resigned on 01-07-2000
v      Mr. Grandhi Satish Kumar resigned as director on 09-12-1999
v      Grandhi Sashikala resigned as director on 09-12-1999
v      MCB Reddy resigned as director on 09-12-1999
v      V. Vijaya Sai Reddy joined as director on 01-07-2000 and Resigned on 12-08-2002
v      The Company auditors are S.P. Associates, Chennai. They were also the same auditors up to 2008 for Jagati Publications.
v      As seen from the documents share application money as on 31-03-2006 was Rs. 2.6 Crores and it was continued till 31-03-2007 also. The same is Violation of the Companies Act, 1956.
v      In the annual reports of the company the directors who are retired, appointed or reappointed is not mentioned.
v      The entire family is holding the shares in Saraswati Power. The share holding pattern is as below. As seen from Balance sheet Share Premium collected is Rs. 1,33,23,750/-.
v      As seen from the Balance Sheet there is USL of Rs. 3.3 Crores as on 31-03-2007 and 3.70 Crores as 31-03-2006 from Sandur Power Company Ltd. the same should be matched with the accounts of Sandur Power Co Ltd. Please verify for act violation for accepting deposit from companies other than the promoters. Whether this is acceptance of deposits or what else?.
v      As seen from the Balance sheet the company invested Rs. 1 Crore in Pulivendula Poly PvT Ltd much before than 31-03-06. Whether the shares allotted or not? if shares are allotted is Pulivendula Polymers PvT Ltd was declared as subsidiary or not? Form -2 for shares filed or not? Not filed.
v      As seen from the Balance Sheet the company has purchased shares in Sandur power co ltd before 31-03-2005 with Rs. 1,74,40,000 (17,44,000 shares).
v      As seen from the Balance Sheet USL is of Rs. 3.30 Crores from Sandur Power and invested the same amount in Sandur power & Pulivendula Polymers with an amount of Rs. 2.74 Crores. Whether any Act violation for investment of share in a company can be made by availing USL from the same company. What is the interest rate applied for USL and if no interest is charges why?.


v      As seen from Balance Sheet schedule 15 the company paid Rs. 14.92 Lakhs as interest on deposit for the year 31-03-2006 and Rs. 32.90 Lakhs for 31-03-2007 at the same time the company has not received any dividend from Sandur power on the shares invested.
v      One side the company is paying interest to Sandur power this is artificial booking of expenditure in Saraswati power to reduce the profits and income tax. This is a clear case for economic offenses U/s. 234 since both the companies are under the management of same promoter and case can be referred to income tax also.
v      Here the Govt of India lost Income tax to the tune of Rs. 10.85 Lakhs for the year 2006-07.
v      As per the information available to us the share application money invested by KSN Soft (belonging to K. Srinivasa Naidu who is a share holder in Indira Television Ltd with 48.5 % stake. @ Rs. 10/- and he is the share holder in Carmel Asia holding 1,96,372 shares.
v       ERP Applications P Ltd also invested in share application money
v      Nelsoft / Nelcast / V. Vijaya Sai reddy (Auditor) Ex director in Jagati also invested in share application money
v      Nelsoft directors were spouse of Vijaya Sai reddy and his mother.
v      Here we declare that the KSN Soft earned profit of 90% which is normally not seen.
v      The Share Application Money of Rs. 2.60 Crores was paid before 31-03-2006 by ………………………..and no allotment was made till 31-03-07 which violation as per Act. If not refunded Sec 58 A will attract.
v      As the information available to us by selling the shares with premium to Kealawn, Sigma Oxygen, & Nelcast by taking share application money the company paid or repaid the total loans with IREDA.
v      Here we can conclude Y.S. family routed their corruption money through the above firms in to saraswati power. The above companies are having substantial official balances / white in their books of accounts by declaring abnormal profits.



v      As seen from the Balance sheet as on 31-03-2008  the company availed a Secured Loan taken from Centurion Bank of Punjab about Rs. 4.59 Crores (2.57 Crore Term Loan, OCC 2.02 Crores).
v      The company availed an USL of Rs 1.34 Crores from India Cements ltd during the year 07-08. What is the necessity for ICL to extend unsecured loan to a private limited company
v      The Centurion Bank of Punjab sanctioned a term loan of Rs. 651 Lakhs, Cash Credit of Rs. 140 Lakhs, ILC of Rs. 25 Lakhs aggregating to Rs. 816 Lakhs on 20-06-2006.
v      The loan was amended on 26-10-2007 and CC limit was enhanced to Rs. 200 Lakhs
v      How a One Lakh Authorised Capital company availed a Loan of Rs. 816 Lakhs. The balance as on 31-03-2008 is of Rs. 4.59 Crores.
v      The Question is how one Lakh Authorised Capital Company availed Loan of Rs. 4.59 Crores. As per the companies act the loans of the company can not exceed 10 / 20 times of the share capital / net worth of the company. Any bank/financial institution extending funding will first ask the company to convert the share application money as issued, subscribed and paid up capital. How the bank ignored the above and interestingly the bank renewed the OCC limits and enhanced the limits during the year 07-08. All these will be happened only with influence only. Here it seems to be the banks are also colluded with the promoter.
v      As seen from the balance sheet as on 31-03-2007 the Advance for Share capital is of Rs. 3.10 Crores and the same figures as on 31.3.08 also. The same was as on 31-03-2006 is of Rs. 1.59 crores. The question is what is Advance for Share Capital??. Whether this is the share application money?
v      Out of the above amount Rs. 1.00 crores was paid by M/s Saraswati Power & Industries Ltd., (which is belonging to Sri. Y. S Jagan Mohan reddy family) and for balance Rs. 2.10 cores the details are not available. Who are the investors for Rs. 2.10 crores?
v      Regd. Office of the company is residential address of Y.S. Family.
v      The promoters of the company are Share Holders in Sandur Power also.
v      The Share Application Money Received from Investors / Companies have to be converted as share capital with in a period of 90 days otherwise the same shall be treated as deposit accepted by the company, which will be violation of act. If share application money was not converted as share capital with in 90 day the same should be refunded to the investors. Neither conversion as share capital nor refund was happened in this company. So the same was punishable under companies act.
v      Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has been resigned as Director from Pulivendula Polymers on 09-12-2006.
v      The Authorised share capital is Rs.3 Crores (at present)  and the share application Money Rs. 3.10 Crore Issued Share capital is Rs. 100000/-.The Share Application Money is crossing total authorized capital and it is a violation.


v      As seen from the Balance sheet 4, 51, 85,000 shares are allotted to Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, Sandur Power & Silicon Builders P Ltd which constitutes 83.5% of the total shares allotted up to 31-03-08 (Amounted 5, 40, 85,255).
v      As seen from the Balance sheet the Issued, Subscribed & Paid –up share capital is only Rs. 5.00 Lakhs by the end of 31-03-06 out of which 4.42 Lakhs is Pre-Operative Expenditure.
v      The Regd. Office of the company is the residential Address of Y.S. family.
v      Y.S. family entered in to the company in the year 2006-07 and acquired shares to the tune of 4, 51, and 85,000 @ 10 /- each. Amounting to 45.18 Crores.
v      As seen from above Share allotment total shares are allotted to various companies & industries at a premium ranged between Rs. 94/- to 1440/- per share.
v      M/s. G2 Corporate Services paid an amount of 67 Crores to acquire 64,42,300/- shares and Nimmagadda Prasad paid 8.5 Crores for 4,59,459 shares in total N. Prasad paid 75 Crores to acquire 69 Lakhs of Shares.
v      M/s. India Cements Ltd paid an amount of 15 Crores to acquire 12, 50,000 shares.
v      M/s. Dalmia Cements Ltd paid Rs. 50 Crores to acquire 18, 73,496 shares.
v      From the above we can clearly confirm the shares are being allotted to other at abnormal price and the same is suspicious.
v      In any company the shares are being purchased by others at a premium when the promoters are having substantial experience & expertise but in this case the promoters are not having any experience & expertise in this field. But other minority share holders acquired shares with abnormal premium are well experienced and market leaders in cement industries (Dalmia & India Cements)
v      If the share of the Y.S. family are disposed at the price given to Dalmia Cements Ltd Y.S. family will get 6,650 Crores.


                YSR FAMILY
                  PULIVENDULA POLYMERS PVT LTD 33%