A certain degree of bias exists in the minds of the ‘seculars’ and ‘liberals’, this bias has escalated to such a point where any attempt to target or question a Hindu practice or custom is seen as an ‘honourable’ thing to do. With every passing year more and more customs of the majority religion in India are coming under the attack of the pseudo-intellectuals who flaunt their ‘secularism’ in India. One such pseudo-intellectual was exposed in a Times Now debate by the anchor. The anchor Anand Narasimhan tried to test the knowledge of a certain Sudhanshu who had filed a PIL in the courts asking for a ban on the Sanskrit prayers in the Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country. His knowledge about the shloks and mantras which are being chanted turned out to be zero, he was not only unaware of the sholks but was also unaware of their origin.
Times Now anchor Anand asks : Which Hindu scripture does the prayer originate from?
Anand: It's Upanishads. What are Upanishads?
Petitioner after deep silence: I don't know
Petitioner Sudhanshu has appealed SC banning KV prayer
Anti Hindu Brigade exposed pic.twitter.com/ym11nsVwNe
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Times Now anchor Anand Narasimhan questioned him about the meanings and origins of the shloks which he had openly termed as “coming from Hindu textbooks”. The origins of the shlok lay in Upanishads, a part of the Vedas which are shared by Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. The petitioner Sudhanshu was unaware of not just the origins but was also unaware of what the shloks meant, which he so dearly wanted to be banned. Just for a moment imagine the uproar if the petition had been filed by a Hindu parent seeking to put a ban on his child’s school which forces him/her to sing Christian prayers which are addressed to a specific deity every day in the school.
A complete lack of knowledge, yet an attempt to contest a practice which is so humble in nature. Of 1,128 schools which are known as Kendriya Vidyalayas, 1,125 are in India and three are abroad, the recitation of mantras and shloks in sanskrit language is an attempt to connect the students with the rich history of India. Surprisingly, nobody seems to have any problem when a school run by Christian missionaries’ forces Hindu students to recite Christian prayers in our country. The intellectuals get their pants in a knot only when an attempt to use Indian texts is made in the country.
The shloks being used in the Kendriya Vidyalaya as prayers are non-religious in nature, they are not salutations offered to a specific god. This is something which a knowledgeable person well versed in Indian literature and religious rituals would have known. Targeting Hindus seems to be the quickest way to gain popularity and be seen as an intellectual in this country. A blind hatred for our culture is what these intellectuals preach. There seems to be an inherent hatred which is shared by them from the very start, without even understanding the basic principles of our culture and religion.
Times Now anchor Anand asks petitioner: Which Hindu scripture does the prayer originate from? Petitioner: *Silence* Anand: It's Upanishads. What are Upanishads? Petitioner after deep silence: I don't know—————————————————-Petitioner Sudhanshu has appealed in SC banning Kendriya Vidyalaya prayer because it promotes Hinduism.But none of the line in prayers talks about any Hindu god.Anti-Hindu brigade exposed again.
Shankh Naad ಅವರಿಂದ ಈ ದಿನದಂದು ಪೋಸ್ಟ್ ಮಾಡಲಾಗಿದೆ ಗುರುವಾರ, ಜನವರಿ 11, 2018
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