Sunday, February 5, 2017

Hard run for "Hinduism"




 "Will Hindus in India be a minority in the coming future".

Who cares, right!! But this is an interesting thing to think about.
Being a Hindu i can foresee this.Hindus may become a minority not in the coming 20 years but may this can be possible in 70 to 80 years.How?? 
There are numerous reasons to make this happen.

Christianity:
With an increase of christian agenda and its striking portrayal of lord Jesus. Many are attracted to Christianity, they may have their own reasons.
1. Christianity is no more a religion,it is a fad among the Indian youth.

A. Believe it or not this is how a modern Christian prayer hall looks like,I once went to a christian prayer hall in Hyderabad which is world renowned. As i entered in to the prayer hall, i was shocked to see the place.I didn't feel a slight hint of divinity there.Everything i heard was rock songs about Jesus.
Pearl city church in Hyderabad

All it lacked was a dance floor.

B. And there is one more catch for youth, which i came to know recently.At the time of baptising they can choose a name which they like.
Ashish has changed his name to "William Richards"(One of my friend).How trendy and posh it sounds 'William Richhhardddsss'.

2. God men:
With the increase of god men in Hinduism, the faith over the religion is fading at an optimum pace.And the hypocrisy increase as well.

Here is a master piece.Image source:Flickr

This intelligent guy is deliberately cheating the world with his antics.

3. Immutable practices of Hinduism:
A.Keeping aside the common rituals like pooja and harthi. The self torturing rituals practised by few Hindu sects will scare you.
Walking on fire, impaling bodies, killing animals in the name god.They are not meaningful anymore.
The present generation are so evolved, that's how we think about ourselves.But we don't understand the underlying intentions behind these torturous practices, even the kids are forced to perform.


4.Increase in the Muslim population in India:

With a considerable increase of Muslim population in the country as per the recent census, can be also a reason for the cause.
As Quran is against permanent birth control measures, a typical Islam follower will always avoid any permanent or temporary(Copper-T) contraceptive methods.

5.Missionaries:
Seriously how can a missionary be a threat to any religion.
But that's not the case with christian missionaries.No, i'm not against the free education they are providing for the needy.I know about their good work they do in westbengal slums.But i'm quite astonished how they are injecting their religion in to the young minds in return for the their free service.

6.Free religions:
Buddhism, free religion for the free souls.Youth who doesn't follow any of the religions, can tend to say "Hey, i'm a Buddhist" and instant respect. Most of the them will google it and follow the rules of Buddhism listed in Wikipedia.

I personally feel there is no god in any of the hindu temples anymore, temples have become so commercial you have to pay money to take a look at his statue.
Simply put, the present generation needs a religion which should be light in weight, with less restrictions and more flexibility.


P.S:This article is an answer to a question


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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Rise of closet Gays


   India is a country popular for its culture,traditions,vast variety of customs and its rich heritage.
 But with the increase in internet usage and metropolitan culture, evolved a new trend which is long forgotten by Indians.
 Gone are the days when happiness is defined with the word "Gay".Nowadays its meaning is limited to a certain section of people who enjoys sex with the same gender.

Welcome to the "Gay culture".

 Not to get confused by the word "gay" i'm referring to all types i.e., LGBT(lesbian,gay,bisexual and transsexual).I'm sure many of you are aware of the meanings for these individual terms,otherwise check this link.

 Now,i want to share my experience.

When i was single,i used to browse the internet to reel in some desperate girls.In this lame attempt i came across a site which is dark and red in theme.I signed up and was shocked to see numerous girls profiles which are really close to my location.I smirked over the Facebook users and messaged a profile,named Neha and an instant reply made me more excited,as the chat continued for an hour i got a suspicion that my instant GF(the intimacy was great) neha is somehow a male.And i'm stunned to know the truth from him/her(I'm perplexed at that point).He revealed the truth,he is a male aged 25 years and he wants everyone to treat him like a girl.
And i slowly acknowledged that every girl profile in that particular site is made with a fake name.Their "intention was not to cheat but they want to have an intimate relationship with a guy".And that was an unofficial gay site,and all the anamikas & gouthamis turned out to be guys.

LOL This is my life.

Hiding in our plain sight:

On that day i understood the gravity of the situation.

My account in that site still exists and i was eager to know the individual reasons behind these guys in becoming "homosexuals".
The answers i received from them are verrryy reasonable...from their perspective.
1.Girls have become very commercial bhayya and maintaining a girl friend is not up to me. Sooo..
2.I'm not so good looking to get a GF.
3.Every girl hangout with some boy i couldn't find any single girl.
4.This is what my brother taught me,when i was young.
5.Boss....Finding a gay partner is lot easy nowadays.
I heard a hilarious one too..
"my friend tempted me to do it".
Sushant Divgikar Mr.India Gay 2014 winner.  Image source:IBN 


Real time studies say that homosexuality cannot be developed by an individual himself,it is a birth defect arising from hormonal imbalance.Most of the youth are succumbing themselves to the mere pleasure of sex and letting go off their sexual orientation just to have fun.

 This gay culture is increasing day by day around the world and in our country as well.It was reported that nearly 3.5% of the U.S population belong to LGBT as per a survey conducted by Gallup.
 I'm not saying that gay trend is developed by the internet itself,but it has created a window through which strangers can become friends and meet people with common interests.
 The White house has legally approved same sex marriages in this year.

 Nowadays lot of youth are open about their sexual orientation and are living together with their gay partners.You can find these couples in Delhi,Mumbai also.

This was fair till now..But!!



India's "Big brother" the supreme court of India has interfered in to the most private thing and passed a rule IPC 377(Section 377A of the Indian Penal Code, enacted by British 155 years ago in 1860) 
which outlaws carnal sex
 (see here for carnal sex).

 And in many countries like Russia there is a threat for homosexuals.They have offended and penalized for having gay sex.

Shannon & Seema a Lesbian couple married each other in 2014. Seema is an Indian. 


Shannon & Seema,Indian Lesbian Couple married in 2014.Image Source:India today 

 Many have made their marriages a living hell by compromising themselves for their family's pride.They struggle every minute to hide their sexual orientation in a homophobic society like ours.Many men in India have annulled their marriages to live together with their gay partners.
When we don't care about  the well being of a person,why should we bother about his sexuality??

Our homophobic behavior has made the lives of Hijras a living hell in India.And this has become a pain in the butt for every citizen.I pity them for their lifestyle,as they were left with no other option than begging/demanding money as no one is willing to offer them real jobs.

  In my opinion having sex is like having a tattoo.It is as personal as that.What right does the supreme court have to outlaw a man's sexuality as long as he is not invading others sexual liberty.
Stop resisting the change and start adapting to it.

Famous people who were gay:

1. Babur
2.Ala-uddin khilji
3.Mubarak khan S/o ala-uddin khilji
4.Leonardo Da Vinci.
5.Eleanor Roosevelt and list goes on.


Now,
What is your comment?

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Ban on Beef in India.

Aryan invasion Theory.

Murder via Religion


Butcher turned Bodyguard



        

Gay Flavors :)

"Gay Flavors"


 Gone are the days when happiness is defined with the word "Gay".Nowadays its meaning is limited to a certain section of people who enjoys sex with the same gender.

Welcome to the flavors of gay:

Asexual: A person who generally does not feel sexual attraction or desire to any group of people. Asexuality is not the same as celibacy.

Ally: Typically any non-LGBT person who supports and stands up for the rights of LGBT people, though LGBT people can be allies, such as a lesbian who is an ally to a transgender person.

Androgyny: (1) a gender expression that has elements of both masculinity and femininity; (2) occasionally used in place of “intersex” to describe a person with both female and male anatomy


Closeted: a person who is keeping their sexuality or gender identity a secret from many (or any) people, and has yet to “come out of the closet”

Coming Out: the process of revealing your sexuality or gender identity to individuals in your life; often incorrectly thought to be a one-time event, this is a lifelong and sometimes daily process; not to be confused with “outing”

Cross-dressing: wearing clothing that conflicts with the traditional gender expression of your sex and gender identity (e.g., a man wearing a dress) for any one of many reasons, including relaxation, fun, and sexual gratification; often conflated with transsexuality

Drag King: a person who consciously performs “masculinity,” usually in a show or theatre setting, presenting an exaggerated form of masculine expression, often times done by a woman; often confused with “transsexual” or “transvestite”

Dyke: a derogatory slang term used for lesbian women; reclaimed by many lesbian women as a symbol of pride and used as an in-group term.

Faggot: a derogatory slang term used for gay men; reclaimed by many gay men as a symbol of pride and used as an in-group term


FTM/MTF: a person who has undergone medical treatments to change their biological sex (Female To Male, or Male To Female), often times to align it with their gender identity; often confused with “trans-man”/”trans-woman”.

Biphobia: Aversion toward bisexuality and bisexual people as a social group or as individuals. People of any sexual orientation can experience such feelings of aversion. Biphobia is a source of discrimination against bisexuals, and may be based on negative bisexual stereotypes or irrational fear.

Bisexual: A person who is attracted to both people of their own gender and another gender. Also called “bi”.

Gay: A person who is attracted primarily to members of the same sex. Although it can be used for any sex (e.g. gay man, gay woman, gay person), “lesbian” is sometimes the preferred term for women who are attracted to women.

Genderless: a person who does not identify with any gender

Hermaphrodite: an outdated medical term used to describe someone who is intersex; not used today as it is considered to be medically stigmatizing, and also misleading as it means a person who is 100% male and female, a biological impossibility for humans

Heterosexism: behavior that grants preferential treatment to heterosexual people, reinforces the idea that heterosexuality is somehow better or more “right” than queerness, or ignores/doesn’t address queerness as existing

Heterosexual: a medical definition for a person who is attracted to someone with the other gender (or, literally, biological sex) than they have; often referred to as “straight”

Homosexual: a medical definition for a person who is attracted to someone with the same gender (or, literally, biological sex) they have, this is considered an offensive/stigmatizing term by many members of the queer community; often used incorrectly in place of “lesbian” or “gay”


Hypersex(ual/-ity): an intensified sexual attraction.


Heterosexual: A person who is only attracted to members of the opposite sex. Also called “straight."

Homophobia: A range of negative attitudes and feelings toward homosexuality or people who are identified or perceived as being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). It can be expressed as antipathy, contempt, prejudice, aversion, or hatred, may be based on irrational fear, and is sometimes related to religious beliefs.

Intersex: A person whose sexual anatomy or chromosomes do not fit with the traditional markers of "female" and "male." For example: people born with both "female" and "male" anatomy (penis, testicles, vagina, uterus); people born with XXY chromosomes.

In the closet: Describes a person who keeps their sexual orientation or gender identity a secret from some or all people.

Lesbian: A woman who is primarily attracted to other women. 

Queer: 1) An umbrella term sometimes used by LGBTQA people to refer to the entire LGBT community. 2) An alternative that some people use to "queer" the idea of the labels and categories such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, etc. Similar to the concept of genderqueer. It is important to note that the word queer is an in-group term, and a word that can be considered offensive to some people, depending on their generation, geographic location, and relationship with the word. 


Pansexual: A person who experiences sexual, romantic, physical, and/or spiritual attraction for members of all gender identities/expressions, not just people who fit into the standard gender binary (i.e. men and women). 

Sexual orientation: The type of sexual, romantic, and/or physical attraction someone feels toward others. Often labeled based on the gender identity/expression of the person and who they are attracted to. Common labels: lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, etc. 

Transgender: This term has many definitions. It is frequently used as an umbrella term to refer to all people who do not identify with their assigned gender at birth or the binary gender system. This includes transsexuals, cross-dressers, genderqueer, drag kings, drag queens, two-spirit people, and others. Some transgender people feel they exist not within one of the two standard gender categories, but rather somewhere between, beyond, or outside of those two genders.

Transphobia: The fear or hatred of transgender people or gender non-conforming behavior. Like biphobia, transphobia can also exist among lesbian, gay, and bisexual people as well as among heterosexual people.

Transsexual: A person whose gender identity is different from their biological sex, who may undergo medical treatments to change their biological sex, often times to align it with their gender identity, or they may live their lives as another sex. 


Pansexual: a person who experiences sexual, romantic, physical, and/or spiritual attraction for members of all gender identities/expressions


Skoliosexual: attracted to genderqueer and transsexual people and expressions (people who aren’t identified as cisgender)


Third Gender: (1) a person who does not identify with the traditional genders of “man” or “woman,” but identifies with another gender; (2) the gender category available in societies that recognize three or more genders


Transitioning: a term used to describe the process of moving from one sex/gender to another, sometimes this is done by hormone or surgical treatments


Trans-man: a person who was assigned a female sex at birth, but identifies as a man; often confused with “transsexual man” or “FTM”

Trans-woman: a person who was assigned a male sex at birth, but identifies as a woman; often confused with “transsexual woman” or “MTF”.

Source:

"Gathered from several articles.As the meanings of the above terms can be found on Wikipedia,so i have taken the liberty of Copying the definitions of the terms".






Section 377 of IPC on Carnal sex


   Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, enacted by British 153 years ago in 1860, terms consensual anal sex an "unnatural offence" and provides punishment equivalent to that for the offence of rape under Section 376.

What is carnal intercourse against the order of nature? Well, s.377A defines it..."Any person who has sexual connection with another person by the introduction of the penis into the anus or mouth of the other person is said to commit carnal intercourse against the order of nature.". In short, when it comes to sexual or carnal intercourse - the only thing that is permissible in law is the introduction of the male penis into the vagina....

And according to the law, the act of kissing the penis...or the sucking of the penis...or licking the penis is AGAINST THE LAW.  The explanation to sec.377A makes it most clear when it states that "Penetration is sufficient to constitute the sexual connection necessary to the offence described in this section" and would include the slightest penetration...

Sunday, November 8, 2015

WHEN JESUS CHRIST VISITED INDIA



                                            


                                                                
        "Therefore the lord himself will give you a sign.Behold,the virgin shall conceive and bear a son,and shall call his name Immanuel(Isaiah 7:14)

  Born on the day of Christmas to virgin Mary is the "Jesus Christ".


Jesus Christ believed to be the son of god is proclaimed as the most renounced man in the history of mankind.The holy bible written by the followers of the Christ rotates around the preaching and miracles of Jesus.But many historians started to question about the authenticity of the bible and about the unmentioned years of the Jesus's life.Since there is no description about his life between the years 12 to 30 in the Bible.


The theory which is going to be revealed here is highly conspired and the authors of these books have faced a mass refute Christians all around the world.And the immutability of their religious beliefs were questioned to the core.



   
 These doubts gave birth to many treatises and unlocked the answers to the never answered questions.


This theory unveils the missing years of Jesus before and after crucifixion which were left unmentioned


  


Before crucifixion:

  In 1887,Nikolas Yokowich a Russian traveler while staying at Tibet visited the "Hemis monastery".The documents at the monastery scripted in Pali script holds information of epic proportions about the visit of Jesus to India in his early stages of life.

 Jesus,is raised by his carpenter father Joseph with great compassion. An overwhelming affection towards his son compelled Joseph to send Jesus to a university in ancient India to get young Jesus educated at the age of 12.With the help of his uncle "Aber mattheyya" young Jesus has traveled to India to the only well structured university at that time "The Nalanda university" in Bihar. One has to stay and at the university for a period of 16 years to complete their education about all the sciences.In Nalanda they teach about Buddhism,astrology,astronomy,medicine,history,linguistics, architecture etc.Being a Buddhist monastery the Buddhist principles were well taught.

  "Deeply influenced by Buddhism,jesus has become a disciple of the religion".


   And after completing his journey,Jesus returned to his birthplace and became a prophet by teaching the principles of Buddhism with an alteration.




Statue of Redeemer in Brazil opened in1931.Image source:Flickr.

Jesus Christ has name in various Languages:


1.Hebrew-yahshua


2.Greek-Ieso    


3. Issa-Sanskrit

4.Yuzha-Persian


5.Jesus-English


The Resurrection of Jesus:

"He then began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, chief priests and teachers of the law, and that he must be killed and after three days rise again".The above verse is from the gospel of Luke referring to the resurrection of the Jesus Christ.

According to the gospels it is believed that Jesus has ascended to heaven in his physical form after crucifixion.
  

  But the historians believe that Christ escaped from his death and traveled to nasibus and Iran. finally reached Afghanistan,Jesus searched for the lost sheep(the 10 lost Jew tribes of captives of the king Nebuchadnezzar of Israel).
  From Afghanistan Jesus traveled to Kashmir where his search ended.By the time Jesus reached Kashmir,the migrated Jews have already accepted Buddhism as their religion.So,Jesus had no option left than to turn his attention towards them.The Buddhist priests who are waiting for the return of the Second Buddha(as per the prophecy of Buddha) accepted Jesus as a reincarnated form of Buddha.Due to the striking resemblances between the prophecy of Buddhist texts about the return of second Buddha "Metteyya" and Jesus,the followers quickly accepted Jesus with great reverence.Thence Jesus stayed there and preached the followers until a ripe age of 120 years and died in Kashmir. The evidences for the theory are strong and accepted by the historians.

ROZOBAL SHRINE:



Rozobal shrine in Srinagar,believed to be the tomb of Jesus. Image Source: Homecabs
Foot prints of Jesus in Rozobal Shrine.Image source:















   In the 1st century A.D(anno domini) king Gopananda ruler of Himalayan mountain ranges encountered this godly human who proclaimed himself as  "Jesus of Nazareth".

The tomb of Jesus Christ in Kashmir still exists in "khan yar quarter" in Srinagar.

  Jesus in India was called with the name "youza Asouph" which is translated as a healer of leprosy.


  In the view of Christians this can be a hoax,a baseless allegation and against their beliefs.But their belief is also based on a book written by the followers of god,but not the god himself.



Now,
what's your comment?

   References:  1. "Misah hindustan mein" by mirza ghulam ahmad  (after the crucifixion published) in 1899.

                         2.Treatise of the research team led by the Indian government(before crucifixion)
               

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