Perverse Hindus destroying the sanctity of Kumbh city by consuming Gutakha !

Prayagaraj (UP) : Even though, the government has taken a decision to ban the use of plastic in Kumbh city, plastic garbage is found every where in the area. This garbage consists of wrappers of tobacco related products such as Gutakha, Pan Masala etc. The devotees are incensed on witnessing indiscriminate sale of these products in a pious location like Kumbh Mela. (Due to lack of education about Dharma, Hindus practice such a non-sattvik action ! – Editor SP)

Shops selling Gutakha found everywhere

1. Handcarts selling Pans are set up in every square of Kumbh city and near the pandals of Akhadas. Gutakha is being sold there in a large proportion.

2. Addicts of Gutakha and Pan Masala are spitting anywhere in a pious location like Kumbh city after consuming these products. (How will God bless such individuals ? – Editor SP)

3. Since the State Government has shown apathy in banning such products in a pious and religious festival like Kumbh Mela, such products are being sold indiscriminately.

Deposition of moss on the water in river Ganga !

1. Moss is deposited on a current of water in the river, in the westerly direction, as a result, river Ganga has literary acquired a form of a puddle.

2. The flow of water of river Ganga in the westerly direction has split on farther side. Since moss is found on a large scale there, the devotees are finding it difficult to take a Holy bath.

3. Thus, the State Government has hurt religious sentiments of crores of Hindus.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat


Beware Hindus, threats from ‘Jihadis’ for ‘Islamisation’ of Bharat delivered in your homes !

Special news

Two circulars giving proof of pro-Pakistani Muslims drawing plan to ‘Islamise’ Bharat have been made available to the office of ‘Sanatan Prabhat’. One circular was thrown by ‘jihadis’ in a temple in Faridabad (Haryana) in the year 2006 and other circular was distributed in every Hindu house in North India on 7-6-2008. (New ploy of ‘jihadis’ to create terror by distributing threatening letters in Hindu temples and houses ! Do Hindus have courage to retaliate these threats? – Editor SP)

First threatening circular by ‘jihadis’

100 crore Hindus are dogs. We want to live in heaven in Hindustan with Hindu women minus their men !
1. Muslim population has to be increased. One Muslim should have at least 6 children. Jama Masjid will pay Rs. 25, 000/- for every additional child born in addition to 6 children. (This is the outcome of failure of the Congress and all secular parties to curb Muslims from having more children. The Congress controlled investigating agencies check accounts of organizations of Yoga-rhushi Baba Ramdev, H. H. Asaram bapu, Sanatan Sanstha etc. When are they going to check accounts of Jama Masjid? – Editor SP)
2. On marrying a Hindu girl, Rs. 40,000/- will be paid along with other facilities. (This circular issued 5 years back, confirms the systematic plan of ‘love jihad’. If Hindus do not make attempts to stop this attack through ‘love jihad’ with care and alertness, they might get killed at the hands of children born to their daughters through such ‘love jihad’. – Editor SP)

3. A list of wealthy persons from the area should be kept in every mosque. (Beware rich Hindus! Remember that during riots, Muslims have always picked houses and businesses of Hindus for destruction. – Editor SP)

4. In every residential area, there should be 10-12 houses of Muslims. (Hindus should now decide whether they want to allow Muslims to stay in their area. Earlier, Muslims used to stay in particular areas; but they have started spreading. The areas, where there used to be not a single Muslim’s house, has many Muslims houses now. Immovable and moveable properties owned by Hindus are being purchased by Muslims at any cost. Muslims have constructed either durgahs, graveyards, business places or residential colonies at key places near borders of the country and in coastal areas. Hindus should note that the instructions given 5 years ago have been followed by Indian Muslims ! – Editor SP)
5. Every Muslim family should have weapons like knives, swords and a gun etc. (It has been proved time and again, at the time of riots that every Muslim is ready with weapons as there is always an armed-attack by Muslims on Hindus on slightest excuse. Muslims have been using these weapons against Hindus for past many decades. The judiciary system of this country is sleeping over the open appeal made to Muslims for holding weapons whereas if a Hindu carries even a stick, prompt action is taken under the same law. Hindus should realize this weird justice in Congress regime. – Editor SP)
6. There should be arrangement to prepare bombs in every mosque. (This clearly shows that message of terrorism, and certainly not peace, is given in the prayer-houses of Muslims ! Remember that Mr. R. R. Patil, who claims that mosques are schools of creating patriots, will never take any action against Muslims. Police machinery which raids offices of pro-Hindu activists and Saints, does not dare to conduct such raids in mosques. – Editor SP) 

Second threatening circular

O Kafir Hindus, the bomb blast in Jaipur was just a trailer, you will get to see the main film when 900 bomb blasts take place in every city of Hindustan. (After the bomb blast at Jaipur, the systematic ploy of jihadis to eliminate Hindus is clear from the subsequent blasts which took place at Mumbai, Pune, Gujarat, Varanasi, Bengaluru etc.  – Editor SP) We have ruled Hindustan for 800 years. (Muslims have never been able to rule the whole of Bharat; but it is a ploy of jihadis to spread false information to prove that the mentality of Hindus is that of a slave. – Editor SP) One Muslim is enough to kill 100 kafirs (Hindus).[Observe the hatred of Muslims towards Hindus ! What preparations have Hindus made to protect them from jihadis? – Editor SP] We will once again rule over Hindustan. (O Hindus, wake up or you will have to once again live under Sultan’s regime. – Editor SP) All kafirs are impotent. All of them are to be killed or burnt alive for purification Hindustan. (Why all those, who claim that Islam gives message of peace, are keeping mum now? – Editor SP) We want to convert Hindustan into ‘jannat (heaven)’. In this ‘jannat’, all Hindu women would be in our ‘harem’. (O Hindus, will a Sect with such philosophy, even let peace prevail in the world? Remember that pro-Muslim Congressmen and other secularists will do nothing against this jihadi mentality; therefore, O Hindus, overthrow such anti-Hindu rulers and commit yourself to establish a Hindu Nation ruled by patriots and righteous persons. – Editor SP) Allah is with us.

Source: Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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 Life after death

The innumerable recorded and researched cases of past life experiences clearly point to life after death. In all the recorded cases of reincarnations, it was found that there was a variable time lag between the death of the person and his next reincarnation on Earth. So, where do we go after death till our reincarnation on Earth? Is it a single plane of existence or are there a variety of planes of existence? If so, what are the factors that decide where we go after death? In this article, we present the answers to these and other questions about this topic. These answers are obtained through spiritual research done by seekers of the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF) with highly developed sixth sense (ESP).
Note: In order to understand this article better, it is recommended that you read the article on the three subtle basic components of sattva, raja and tama.

Table of contents

1. What happens after death?

Spiritual research has shown that man is comprised of the following four basic bodies:

  • Physical
  • Mental
  • Causal or intellectual
  • Supracausal or subtle ego

The picture below is a diagrammatic representation of what a human being is comprised of.

Subtle body after death
Life after death

When a person dies the physical body ceases to exist. However, the rest of his existence or consciousness continues. The existence of the person minus the physical body is known as the subtle body (linga deha) and it comprises of the mental, causal (intellect) and supracausal (subtle ego) bodies. This subtle body then goes to one of the 13 subtle planes of existence other than the Earth plane.

2. The 14 planes of existence in the Universe

There are 14 main planes of existence in the Universe. Seven of them are positive planes of existence and seven are negative planes of existence. The seven negative planes of existence are commonly known as Hell (Paataal). There are numerous sub-planes within these main planes of existence.
Definition of Dharma (Righteousness)Seven positive planes of existence: The planes of existence occupied mostly by living persons and subtle bodies doing righteous deeds and engaged in spiritual practice according to the positive path of spiritual practice are known as the seven positive planes of existence or saptaloka. By positive path, we mean the orientation of spiritual practice is towards God-realisation, which is the ultimate in spiritual growth.
The Earth plane is the only physical plane of existence in the Universe and is also the first plane of existence in the hierarchy of the positive planes of existence in the Universe.
Seven Negative planes of existence: These are planes of existence occupied mostly by subtle bodies that have done unrighteous deeds and are engaged in spiritual practice according to the negative path. By negative path, we mean the orientation of spiritual practice is towards attaining spiritual power, e.g. supernatural powers. This spiritual power is primarily used to enhance one’s control over others or for negative purposes. Thus all subtle bodies that go to any one of the planes of existence of Hell, by virtue of their evil intentions become ghosts.
Refer to the article on, What is a ghost’?
Sub planes of existence of Hell (Narak): Every plane of existence of Hell (Paataal) has a sub-plane known as Narak. For example, the first plane of existence of Hell will have within it a sub-plane that is known as the first Narak. Narak is reserved for the worst ghosts (demons, devils, negative energies, etc.) in Hell. The ghosts (demons, devils, negative energies, etc.) occupying the first Narak face more severe punishment and for a longer duration than those occupying the first plane of existence of Hell.
The diagram below shows the 14 planes of existence in the Universe.

Planes of existence - life after death

An explanation behind the colour scheme used

  • Earth is depicted reddish as it represents action (i.e. subtle basic raja component), as it is the only plane where we have the physical body to do something.
  • Heaven has been depicted in pink, which represents an abundance of happiness.
  • Yellow represents spiritual knowledge and an increase in the subtle basic sattva component. It finally becomes almost white at the highest stage, which represents the close proximity to the unmanifest God principle.
  • The regions of Hell are represented by darker shades to black, as there is an increase in the subtle basic tama component.

3. Heaven and the other positive planes of existence in the Universe

Heaven and the other positive planes of existence

Footnotes (based on the numbers in red in the above table):

  1. Each positive and negative plane of existence beyond the Earth (physical) plane of existence becomes more and more subtle. By subtle, we mean, that which is beyond the comprehension of the five senses, mind and intellect. Satyaloka is the subtlest, i.e. the most difficult to perceive or comprehend unless the highest sixth sense (ESP) level is attained.
  2. Due to lack of spiritual practice, most people in the current era go to either the Nether world or one of the planes of existence of Hell. We generally go to the Nether world after death when the proportion of demerits (incurred due to wrong doings on Earth) is approximately 30%. Demerits typically include malice towards others and a lot of desires. The likelihood of being attacked in the Nether world by higher-level ghosts from the lower plane of existence of Hell is almost certain.
  3. Earth is the only plane of existence where there is an amalgamation of people with varying spiritual levels. However, after death we go to the precise plane of existence corresponding to our spiritual level.
  4. The minimum spiritual level required to attain Heaven after death is 50% (samashti, samashṭi) or 60% (vyashti, vyashṭi). Please refer to the article, which describes what spiritual level is and the breakdown of the world population in 2006 according to spiritual level. Basically from the Spiritual science perspective, meritorious acts to attain Heaven or the higher positive planes of existence are those acts done with the objective of God-realisation. The following three criteria can be applied.
    • Acts done without doership, i.e. with the outlook that God Himself is getting it done from me and hence I cannot lay claim to any credit.
    • Done without expectation of acclaim or appreciation.
    • Done without expectation of results.
      More than the acts per se, it is the attitude or outlook behind the acts that counts more.
  5. To attain a higher plane of existence beyond Heaven one needs to be at a spiritual level higher than 60% (samashti) or 70% (vyashti). This can only be achieved by consistent spiritual practice according to the six basic laws of spiritual practice along with a major reduction in ego.
  6. By predominant body, we mean the body that is most active, i.e., mental, intellect or the subtle ego. For example, in the Nether plane of existence (Bhuvalok), the subtle bodies still have a lot of desires and attachments. As a result, quite often they become ghosts trying to fulfil some desire of theirs. This leaves them open to higher-level ghosts from the lower rungs of Hell to take advantage of their cravings to affect people on Earth.
  7. In the Nether plane of existence we experience some happiness. However, the unhappiness is amplified as compared to the unhappiness experienced on Earth.
  8. In Heaven plane of existence, subtle bodies experience an over abundance of happiness. This happiness is much beyond the happiness experienced on Earth in quantity, quality and duration. As we go up the positive planes of existence, there is an increase in the quality of happiness and no unhappiness.
  9. Sattvik happiness means happiness derived from helping others without any expectations or strings attached. When ego is involved in the act, it becomes raajasik.
  10. Serenity is a higher experience than Bliss.

3.1 Positive planes of existence and reincarnation on Earth

From the planes of existence below Mahālok, people need to be reincarnated on the Earth plane to settle their destiny and complete their give-and-take accounts.
If one attains Mahālok at the 60% (samashti) or 70% (vyashti) spiritual level or attains Janalok at the 70% (samashti) or 80% (vyashti) spiritual level after death, one does not need to be reincarnated as all of the individual’s remaining destiny (accumulated account) can be worked out from these planes themselves. However these evolved subtle bodies may choose to be born of their own will. They do so primarily to act as spiritual guides for humanity.
In some circumstances people who pass away even below the spiritual level of 60% can attain Mahālok. Here the person’s potential for further spiritual growth is considered. Through spiritual research we have found that that there are 5 factors that influence this potential for further spiritual growth. 

  • Having a high amount of spiritual emotion (bhāv), 
  • Having a low ego, 
  • Having an intense desire for spiritual growth, 
  • Doing regular spiritual practice of increasingly higher levels,
  • Affected or not affected by negative energies.
Being affected by negative energies can severely obstruct the ability for spiritual growth.  Hence, if a person is below the 60% (samashti) or 70% (vyashti) spiritual level and has good qualities, but is severely affected by negative energies, then the individual’s ability to attain the higher spiritual planes of existence such as Mahālok is restricted.

If one attains Tapalok or Satyalok after death, then one does not take birth on the Earth plane of existence but continues to do spiritual practice from that plane of existence until one merges completely with God.

3.2 The importance of the Earth plane of existence

The Earth plane of existence is very important. It is the only plane of existence where we can make rapid spiritual growth and settle our give-and-take account in the shortest period of time. The main reason for this is that with the help of the physical body, we can do many things to enhance our spiritual growth and spiritual level and reduce the basic subtle tama component.
Other than Earth, spiritual growth is mostly likely to occur only in the regions beyond Heaven such as Mahaaloka etc. This is because in Heaven, the subtle bodies run the risk of getting caught up in the unending pleasures it offers. In the Nether and Hell planes of existence, the punishment is so severe and also the distress from the other higher-level ghosts is such that it becomes very difficult to rise above the suffering to undertake any spiritual practice of value.

4. What is Hell, who goes to Hell and what is Hell like?

Who goes to Hell
  • As one goes to lower planes of existence of Hell, as the subtle basic sattva component progressively reduces the environment becomes less conducive to the experience of happiness.
  • Within the planes of existence of Hell, there are some ghosts who do certain types of spiritual practice to gain spiritual power. The highest in the hierarchy of ghosts are sorcerers from the seventh plane of existence of Hell. They have immense spiritual power almost equivalent to a Saint at the 90% spiritual level. They control all the other types of ghosts with lesser spiritual power.
  • As one goes deeper into the various planes of existence of Hell, i.e. from 1st to 7th, the extent of happiness experienced by the subtle bodies therein goes on decreasing and the extent of unhappiness goes on multiplying. The minimal experience of happiness is also due to being engrossed in memories of past positive events, pleasant memories of wealth in a past life, etc. The experience of unhappiness is due to memories of physical pain and insulting events, memories of unfulfilled desires, e.g. regarding education, house, career, expectation of happiness from children in past life.
  • The extent of punishment/pain to be endured in the various planes of existence of Hell (Paataal) and their associated Narak goes on increasing with the subsequent plane of existence of Hell. Also, the period of punishment to be endured in each Narak is in excess compared to the corresponding plane of existence of Hell. If we consider the punishment in first plane of existence of Hell as 100%, then the punishment in the corresponding first Narak region is 50% more, i.e. 150%.

The following table is a description of examples along with the average intensity of happiness and unhappiness we experience in the various planes of existence of Hell.

What is Hell like?

5. Movement between subtle planes of existence in the Universe

One is assigned that plane of existence which matches one’s basic nature in terms of sattva, raja and tama. This is also a function of one’s spiritual level. Hence, subtle bodies from lower positive planes of existence cannot go to higher positive planes of existence and those from first or second negative planes of existence cannot go to the deeper planes of existence Hell. This is similar to how people living in the planes find breathing difficult at higher altitudes, but people staying at higher altitudes manage fine.

6. What decides where we go after death?

At the time of death, as the physical body becomes inactive the vital energy used for the functioning of the physical body is liberated into the Universe. This vital energy at the time of death propels the subtle body away from the Earth region. Just as the weight of a projectile decides how far a rocket will propel it, similarly the weight of the subtle body decides which plane of existence it goes to in the subtle planes of existence in life after death.
The ‘weight’ of the subtle body is primarily a function of the amount of the subtle basic tama component in our being.
Sattva, raja and tamaThe 3 subtle basic components: Each one of us is made up of three subtle basic components or gunas. These components are spiritual in nature and cannot be seen but they define our personalities. They are:

  • Sattva: Purity and knowledge
  • Raja: Action and passion
  • Tama: Ignorance and inertia In an average person in the current era, the basic subtle tama component is as high as 50%.

Please read the article on the 3 subtle basic components
The more we are filled with the raja and tama components the more we display the following characteristics which add to our ‘weight’ and impact which plane of existence we go to in our life after death:

  • More attachment to worldly things and selfishness
  • More unfulfilled desires
  • Feelings of revenge
  • Higher amount of demerits or wrong-doings
  • Higher amount of personality defects such as anger, greed, fear, etc.
  • A higher amount of ego: By ego we mean how much a person identifies himself with his body, mind and intellect as opposed to the soul within
  • Resulting in lower spiritual level

A permanent reduction in the proportion of the subtle basic tama component and the related characteristics mentioned above come about only with sustained spiritual practice according to the six basic laws of spiritual practice. Psychological improvements with self-help books or trying to be nice are at best superficial and temporary.

6.1 Importance of the mental state at the time of death

The mental state at the point of death, apart from what has been mentioned above, is very important. Our mental state is generally relative to the proportion of the subtle basic components in our being.
If a person is actually doing his spiritual practice such as chanting the Name of God at the time of death then the influence of desires, attachments, ghosts, etc. are minimal possible for that person compared to his state when not chanting. This makes his subtle body lighter. Hence, if he passes away while chanting, he attains better plane of existence among the sub-planes than what he would have attained were he to pass away without chanting.
At the time of death, if a person is chanting the Name of God and is also in a state of surrender to God’s will, then he attains an even better plane of existence in his life after death and his sojourn is undertaken with lightening speed. This is because the person being in a state of surrender on Earth plane of existence itself, has very less chance of increasing his ego in his life after death. Also, the entire responsibility of his well-being in his life after death is undertaken by his evolved spiritual guide (Guru).

6.2 Who goes to Hell?

The following are the types of deeds in our life on Earth that typically land us in one of the planes of existence of Hell.

Who goes to Hell

The extent, duration and intention behind the wrong-doings are important factors deciding the planes of existence of Hell attained after death rather than just the action itself.

7. Suicide and the after life

There are two types of death with regards to its timing.
Destined final death: This is the time of death that no one can escape.
Possible death: This is where a person can possibly die. Each person may undergo a possible death wherein one comes close to death but may be saved due to his or her merits.
For more information on the types of death please refer to our article – Time of Death
In cases where a person is going through insurmountable crisis in his life or has severe personality disorders, he may think of taking his own life in a depressed state. Ghosts (demons, devils, negative energies, etc.) also fuel the depression of a suicidal person and sometimes are instrumental in pushing a person over the edge into committing suicide. However, suicide remains a wilful act that happens when a person is going through a possible death phase as per their destiny.
Life on the Earth plane of existence is precious and is given to us primarily for spiritual growth. When we kill others we create a kārmic give and take account with them. However by committing suicide, we squander away the opportunity for spiritual growth and hence incur the heaviest sin. The consequences are that a person committing suicide goes to the Narak part of the 7th plane of existence of Hell for a period of 60,000 Earth years, in his life after death. It is a place that is without any light; something like solitary confinement in a prison. As there is nobody in that Narak region who can give advice about spiritual practice, the subtle body remains in the darkness of spiritual ignorance.

8. Why is there a time lag between two reincarnations?

In the course of research by using hypnotic trance to trace the past lives of the person, it has been found that the time lag between two reincarnations on Earth could be on average 50 to 400 years. The reasons for this time lag are as follows:

  • The subtle body remains in the Heaven or the Nether plane of existence for variable periods of time to undergo its merits and demerits (sins).
  • Circumstances on Earth plane of existence need to be favourable to complete the give-and-take account from previous births with various people. This is in accordance with the law of Karma. The reincarnation of the subtle body is postponed until the time various other people who they have a give-and-take account with are also preparing to take reincarnation.
  • Sometimes in past life regression, a person does not report a reincarnation in the trance state. The reason for this is that a certain reincarnation has been very uneventful or brief and the person may not remember any details of it.

In the case of subtle bodies that have been relegated to the deeper planes of existence of Hell, the time lag between two reincarnations may be thousands of years. They stay in their respective plane of existence of Hell until such time they have completed their punishment. In most cases, this means languishing in plane of existence of Hell in their life after death till the dissolution of the Universe.

9. Life after death – in summary

The above facts about the various planes of existence give us a fair idea of the possible consequences in our life after death of how we live our lives. Only with spiritual practice or with extreme meritorious deeds can one go to the higher planes of existence and thereby avoid unhappiness and punishment and enjoy higher levels of happiness. There are also better chances of a reincarnation on Earth plane of existence in circumstances conducive to spiritual practice. This is so that one moves further up in the subtle planes of existence in the Universe. As we go further into the current Era of Strife (Kaliyuga), there is lesser likelihood of people going to the higher planes of existence.
Once we go to the lower planes of existence such as the Nether plane of existence or other planes of existence of Hell, we stay there and experience severe unhappiness for centuries until we completely pay for our demerits (sins) by suffering the intense punishments meted there and get a chance to be reincarnated on Earth.
To do consistent spiritual practice on the Earth plane of existence according to the 6 basic laws of spiritual practice is like swimming against the tide in the current era. However, it is also a guaranteed way of advancing to higher planes of existence in our life after death.

Swami Shri 108 Avatar Maharaj Ji releasing for public a flex board, ‘Gangasnan Dharmashastranusar kare’ (‘Take a bath in river Ganga as per scriptures’

Public release of flex board of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti about taking a bath in river Ganga !

Prayagaraj (UP) : All of us have reckoned western culture as most developed and competent. We started behaving according to western culture. Similarly, we started looking at Hindu culture as an inferior culture. As a result, lot of harm has been caused to us. Sanatan Sanstha is educating all of us on this issue. It is performing a great mission to sow the seeds of importance of Hindu culture. In these words, Swami Shri 108 Avatar Maharaj Ji, Head of Om Deen Dayal Ashram expressed His appreciation towards the mission of Sanatan Sanstha.

On this occasion, Swamiji was felicitated by waving a lit lamp around Him. A grand exhibition is organised jointly by Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in Kumbh Mela for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra. A new flex board for this exhibition has been designed, which depicts ‘Gangasnan Dharmashastranusar kare’ (‘Take a bath in river Ganga as per scriptures’). This board has been released for public at the hands of Swamiji. Swamiji spoke on this occasion, “Sanatan Sanstha convinces the maturity of Hindu culture. Therefore, the interest of Hindu Dharma is being protected in a true sense. This mission is being performed by Sanstha selflessly. The company of such an organisation performing selfless service is unique. Various thoughts are propagated in Kumbh Mela. However, the thoughts spread by Sanatan Sanstha are the most important. If we become successful in transforming life of even one individual, we can claim that life has fructified. Even though, you and we are from different parts, we have attained harmony with each other, and we will never separate from each other. I pray unto Holy feet of God that may your mission spread far and wide.” 

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

Prayagaraj (UP) : Shri Shri 1008 Mahant Shri Ramabalakdasaji Maharaj of Ram-Lakshman Khalasa at Jaipur and Pandit Satishchandraji Parashar of Shri Kaliyamardan Krupa Nikunj Ashram, Vrundavan visited grand exhibition organised jointly by Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti in Kumbh Mela for the establishment of Hindu Nation. While watching the exhibition, Shri Ramabalakdasaji Maharaj said, “Your mission is very awesome. Hindus are not properly recognised in this nation. It is necessary to start imparting them education about Dharma at primary level. Society needs such a mission. We extend full cooperation to your mission.” Whereas, Pandit Satishchandraji Parashar said, “I will ensure that this topic reaches maximum number of people through my discourse on Bhagawat. Your mission is very admirable.”


  • Shri Ramabalakdasaji Maharaj refused to accept a copy of Hindi monthly, Sanatan Prabhat’ as a gift; instead he subscribed to the monthly on his own.
  • Maharaj was very impressed by watching the exhibition of Holy texts and also purchased few of the Holy texts.
  • Pandit Parashar assured to extend active support to the mission of Sanatan Sanstha.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

By Shrinandan Vyas

All the Encyclopedias and National Geographic agree that Hindu Kush region is a place of Hindu genocide (similar to Dakau and Auschwitz). All the references are given. Please feel free to verify them.

ABSTRACTAll Standard reference books agree that the name ‘Hindu Kush’ of the mountain range in Eastern Afganistan means ‘Hindu Slaughter‘ or ‘Hindu Killer‘. History also reveals that until 1000 A.D. the area of Hindu Kush was a full part of Hindu cradle. More likely, the mountain range was deliberately named as ‘Hindu Slaughter‘ by the Moslem conquerors, as a lesson to the future generations of Indians. However Indians in general, and Hindus in particular are completely oblivious to this tragic genocide. This article also looks into the reasons behind this ignorance.
21 References – (Mainly Encyclopedia Britannica & other reference books, National Geographic Magazines and standard history books).

INTRODUCTIONThe Hindu Kush is a mountain system nearly 1000 miles long and 200 miles wide, running northeast to southwest, and dividing the Amu Darya River Valley and Indus River Valley. It stretches from the Pamir Plateau near Gilgit, to Iran. The Hindu Kush ranges mainly run thru Afganistan and Pakistan. It has over two dozen summits of more than 23,000 ft in height. Below the snowy peaks the mountains of Hindu Kush appear bare, stony and poor in vegetation. Historically, the passes across the Hindu Kush have been of great military significance, providing access to the northern plains of India. The Khyber Pass constitutes an important strategic gateway and offers a comparatively easy route to the plains of Punjab. Most foreign invaders, starting from Alexander the Great in 327 BC, to Timur Lane in 1398 AD, and from Mahmud of Ghazni, in 1001 AD, to Nader Shah in 1739 AD attacked Hindustan via the Khyber Pass and other passes in the Hindu Kush (1,2,3). The Greek chroniclers of Alexander the Great called Hindu Kush as Parapamisos or Paropanisos (4). The Hindu name of the Hindu Kush mountains was ‘Paariyaatra Parvat‘(5).

EARLY HISTORY OF HINDU KUSH REGION (UP TO 1000 AD)History of Hindu Kush and Punjab shows that two major kingdoms of Gandhaar & Vaahic Pradesh (Balkh of Bactria) had their borders extending far beyond the Hindu Kush. Legend has it that the kingdom of Gandhaar was established by Taksha, grandson of Bharat of Ayodhya (6). Gandhaar’s borders extended from Takshashila to Tashkent (corruption of ‘Taksha Khand‘) in the present day Uzbekistan. In the later period, Mahabharat relates Gaandhaari as a princess of Gandhaar and her brother, Shakuni as a prince and later as Gandhaar’s ruler.
In the well documented history, Emperor Chandragupt Maurya took charge of Vaahic Pradesh around 325 BC and then took over Magadh. Emperor Ashok’s stone tablets with inscriptions in Greek and Aramaic are still found at Qandahar (corruption of Gandhaar?) and Laghman in eastern Afganistan(3). One such stone tablet, is shown in the PBS TV series ‘Legacy with Mark Woods’ in episode 3 titled ‘India: The Spiritual Empire’. After the fall of Mauryan empire, Gandhaar was ruled by Greeks. However some of these Greek rulers had converted to Buddhism, such as Menander, known to Indian historians as Milinda, while some other Greeks became followers of Vishnav sects (Hinduism)(7). Recent excavations in Bactria have revealed a golden hoard which has among other things a figurine of a Greek goddess with a Hindu mark on its forehead (Bindi) showing the confluence of Hindu-Greek art (8). Later Shaka and KushaaN ruled Gandhaar and Vaahic Pradesh. KushaaN emperor Kanishka’s empire stretched from Mathura to the Aral Sea (beyond the present day Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Krygzystan)(9).
Kanishaka was a Buddhist and under KushaaN influence Buddhism flourished in Gandhaar. Two giant sandstone Buddhas carved into the cliffs of Bamian (west of Kabul) date from the Kushan period. The larger Buddha (although defaced in later centuries by Moslem invaders) is about 175 ft tall (10,11). The Kushan empire declined by 450 AD. The Chinese traveller Hsuan-Tsang (Xuan-zang) travelled thru the region in 7 th century AD and visited many Buddhist religious centers (3) including Hadda, Ghazni, Qonduz, Bamian (3,10,11), Shotorak and Bagram. From the 5 th thru 9 th cenury AD Persian Sasanians and Hepthalites ruled Gandhaar. During their rule Gandhaar region was again influenced by Hinduism. The Hindu kings (Shahiya) were concentrated in the Kabul and Ghazni areas. The last Hindu Shahiya king of Kabul, Bhimapal was killed in 1026 AD. The heroic efforts of the Hindu Shahiya Kings to defend the northwestern gates of India against the invaders are described by even al-Biruni, the court historian of Mahmud of Ghazni (12). Some excavated sites of the period include a major Hindu Shahiya temple north of Kabul and a chapel that contains both Buddhist and Hindu images, indicating that there was a mingling of two religions (3).
Islamic invasions on Afganistan started in 642 AD, but over the next several centuries their effect was marginal and lasted only a short time after each raid. Cities surrendered only to rise in revolt and the hastily converted returned to their old religion (Hinduism or Buddhism) once the Moslem armies had passed (3).

HINDU KUSH AND THE HINDU GENOCIDENow Afganistan is a Moslem country. Logically, this means either one or more of the following must have happened:
a) original residents of Hindu Kush converted to Islam, or
b) they were slaughtered and the conquerors took over, or
c) they were driven out.

Encyclopedia Britannica (3) already informs us above about the resistance to conversion and frequent revolt against to the Moslem conqueror’s rule from 8 th thru 11 th Century AD. The name ‘Hindu Kush’ itself tells us about the fate of the original residents of Gandhaar and Vaahic Pradesh during the later period of Moslem conquests, because HINDU KUSH in Persian MEANS HINDU SLAUGHTER (13) (as per Koenraad Elst in his book ‘Ayodhya and After’). Let us look into what other standard references say about Hindu Kush.
Persian-English dictionary (14) indicates that the word ‘Kush’ is derived from the verb Kushtar – to slaughter or carnage. Kush is probably also related to the verb Koshtan meaning to kill. In Urdu, the word Khud-kushi means act of killing oneself (khud – self, Kushi- act of killing). Encyclopedia Americana comments on the Hindu Kush as follows: The name Hindu Kush means literally ‘Kills the Hindu’, a reminder of the days when (Hindu) SLAVES from Indian subcontinent died in harsh Afgan mountains while being transported to Moslem courts of Central Asia (15). The National Geographic Article ‘West of Khyber Pass’ informs that ‘Generations of raiders brought captive Hindus past these peaks of perpetual snow. Such bitter journeys gave the range its name Hindu Kush – “Killer of Hindus”‘(10). The World Book Encyclopedia informs that the name Kush, .. means Death ..(16). While Encyclopedia Britannica says ‘The name Hindu Kush first appears in 1333 AD in the writings of Ibn Battutah, the medieval Berber traveller, who said the name meant ‘Hindu Killer’, a meaning still given by Afgan mountain dwellers who are traditional enemies of Indian plainsmen (i.e. Hindus)(2). However, later the Encyclopedia Britannica gives a negationist twist by adding that ‘more likely the name is a corruption of Hindu-Koh meaning Hindu mountains’. This is unlikely, since the term Koh is used in its proper, uncorrupted form for the western portion of Hindu Kush, viz. Koh-i-Baba, for the region Swat Kohistan, and in the names of the three peaks of this range, viz. Koh-i-Langer, Koh-i-Bandakor, and Koh-i-Mondi. Thus to say that corruption of term Koh to Kush occurred only in case of Hindu Kush is merely an effort to fit in a deviant observation to a theory already proposed. In science, a theory is rejected if it does not agree with the observations, and not the other way around. Hence the latter negationist statement in the Encyclopedia Britannica must be rejected.
Unlike the Jewish holocaust, the exact toll of the Hindu genocide suggested by the name Hindu Kush is not available. However the number is easily likely to be in millions. Few known historical figures can be used to justify this estimate. Encyclopedia Britannica informs that in December 1398 AD, Timur Lane ordered the execution of at least 50,000 captives before the battle for Delhi, .. and after the battle those inhabitants (of Delhi) not killed were removed (as slaves) (17), while other reference says that the number of captives butchered by Timur Lane’s army was about 100,000 (18). Later on Encyclopedia Britannica mentions that the (secular?) Mughal emperor Akbar ‘ordered the massacre of about 30,000 (captured) Rajput Hindus on February 24, 1568 AD, after the battle for Chitod‘ (19). Another reference indicates that this massacre of 30,000 Hindu peasants at Chitod is recorded by Abul Fazl, Akbar’s court historian himself (20). These two ‘one day’ massacres are sufficient to provide a reference point for estimating the scale of Hindu genocide. The Afgan historian Khondamir records that during one of the many repeated invasions on the city of Herat in western Afganistan, 1,500,000 residents perished (11).
Since some of the Moslem conquerors took Indian plainsmen as slaves, a question comes : whatever happened to this slave population? The startling answer comes from New York Times (May-June 1993 issues). The Gypsies are wandering peoples in Europe. They have been persecuted in almost every country. Nazis killed 300,000 gypsies in the gas chambers. These Gypsies have been wandering around Central Asia and Europe since around the 12 th Century AD. Until now their country of origin could not be identified. Also their Language has had very little in common with the other European languages. Recent studies however show that their language is similar to Punjabi and to a lesser degree to Sanskrit. Thus the Gypsies most likely originated from the greater Punjab. The time frame of Gypsy wanderings also coincides early Islamic conquests hence most likely their ancestors were driven out of their homes in Punjab and taken as slaves over the Hindu Kush.
The theory of Gypsie origins in India was first proposed over two centuries ago. It is only recently theta linguistic and other proofs have been verified. Even the Gypsie leadership now accepts India as the country of their origin.
Thus it is evident that the mountain range was named as Hindu Kush as a reminder to the future Hindu generations of the slaughter and slavery of Hindus during the Moslem conquests.

DELIBERATE IGNORANCE ABOUT HINDU KUSHIf the name Hindu Kush relates such a horrible genocide of Hindus, why are Hindus ignorant about it? and why the Government of India does not teach them about Hindu Kush? The history and geography curriculums in Indian Schools barely even mention Hindu Kush. The horrors of the Jewish holocaust are taught not only in schools in Israel and USA, but also in Germany. Because both Germany and Israel consider the Jewish holocaust a ‘dark chapter’ in the history. The Indian Government instead of giving details of this ‘dark chapter’ in Indian history is busy in whitewash of Moslem atrocities and the Hindu holocaust. In 1982, the National Council of Educational Research and Training issued a directive for the rewriting of school texts. Among other things it stipulated that: ‘Characterization of the medieval period as a time of conflict between Hindus and Moslems is forbidden‘. Thus denial of history or Negationism has become India’s official ‘educational’ policy (21).
Often the official governmental historians brush aside questions such as those that Hindu Kush raises. They argue that the British version is the product of their ‘divide and rule’ policy’ hence their version is not necessarily true. However it must be remembered that the earliest reference of the name Hindu Kush and its literal meaning ‘Hindu Killer’ comes from Ibn Battutah in 1333 AD, and at that time British were nowhere on the Indian scene. Secondly, if the name indeed was a misnomer then the Afgans should have protested against such a barbaric name and the last 660 plus years should have been adequate for a change of name to a more ‘civil’name. There has been no effort for such a change of name by the Afgans. On the contrary, when the Islamic fundamentalist regime of the Mujahadeens came to power in 1992, tens of thousands of Hindus and Sikhs from Kabul, became refugees, and had to pay steep ransom to enter into Pakistan without a visa.
In the last 46 years the Indian Government also has not even once demanded that the Afgan Government change such an insulting and barbaric name. But in July 1993, the Government of India asked the visiting Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra to change its name because the word Jerusalem in its name is offensive to Moslem Fundamentalists.

CONCLUSIONIt is evident that Hindus from ancient India’s (Hindustan’s) border states such as Gandhaar and Vaahic Pradesh were massacred or taken as slaves by the Moslem invaders who named the region as Hindu Kush (or Hindu Slaughter,or Hindu Killer) to teach a lesson to the future Hindu generations of India. Unfortunately Hindus are not aware of this tragic history. The Indian government does not want the true history of Hindu Moslem conflicts during the medieval ages to be taught in schools. This policy of negationism is the cause behind the ignorance of Hindus about the Hindu Kush and the Hindu genocide.

COMMENTS & FUTURE WORKAlthough in this article Hindu Kush has been referred to as Hindu slaughter, it is quite possible that it was really a Hindu and Buddhist slaughter. Since prior to Moslem invasions influence of Buddhism in Gandhaar and Vaahic Pradesh was considerable. Also as the huge 175 ft stone Buddhas of Bamian show, Buddhists were idol worshipers par excellence. Hence for Moslem invaders the Buddhists idol worshipers were equally deserving of punishment. It is also likely that Buddhism was considered an integral part of the Hindu pantheon and hence was not identified separately.

This article barely scratches the surface of the Hindu genocide, the true depth of which is as yet unknown. Readers are encouraged to find out the truth for themselves . Only when many readers search for the truth, the real magnitude of the Hindu genocide will be discovered.


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India is at least 81% Hindu. No matter how you slice and dice, this is an overwhelmingly Hindu majority nation. There’s no denying of that fact.But it is also an important fact that India has been very successful in unifying its extremely diverse population. There are 1000s of castes among all religions. There are at least 7 religions. There are 18 major and 100s of minor languages (not mere dialects). There are incredible number of food preparation types, dress differences, mode of worship variations. It’s not an exaggeration if I say, every 100 kilometer you travel, you see a very different India or Bharat. More importantly, in spite of centuries old fault lines across many groups in India, that have even caused riots and violence, all communities in India have grown up well over the past 65 years. No religion or caste group has been left out, if you look at the census demographics.

In such an extremely diverse India, there are celebrities. There are celebrities from every language, skin colour, height, weight, gender, caste background, class connection, religious affiliation and so on. The fact of the matter is that, most fans of celebrities hardly care about the celebrity’s religious or other affiliations.

In such diverse and unifying India, time and again, we see some very silly, unwarranted and dangerous communal cards being played by some celebrities. This column focuses on a few such cards being played by celebrities who happen to have Muslim names or parents. Sanjay Dutt, Emraan Hashmi, Shah Rukh Khan, Mohammed Azharuddin and Shabana Azmi have been picked to “talk” to, in this column.

So let’s talk to them : Hello celebrities. Let’s get it straight. Each one of you have been very successful in your art, politics or sports field. Majority of your fans didn’t care about your father’s name, mother’s name, place of birth, religious affiliation, spouse’s religion, children’s beliefs, your visits to places of worship (or the lack of it), your income class, your foreign trips, your meetings with other nationalities or other religious groups, your paper/TV/book subscription, your charity donation to religious or non-religious groups, your competence in any religious area, your dress at your home or during festivals… the list goes on…

Then why the heck do you play communal card at the drop of a hat, defaming the supremely accommodating, truly secular Indian society? Yes, there may be irritating apples in India, but they are far outnumbered by people who give a damn about your background or belief, and respect you for what you are capable of in the field of art, sports and others.

1) Let’s start with Sanjay Dutt : In 2009, you said this: “I was there (in jail) for 3.5 years and was tortured because my mother was a Muslim, and I was a Muslim’s son.” in public. [link]

Sir, Are you not ashamed to say such a thing, after decades of love, affection and support given by the Indian society?

You are married three times and your first two wives were Hindus —  Richa Sharma and Rhea Pillai.

In spite of being caught with an illegal AK 56 gun at your home, that too during a very sensitive early 1990s of Mumbai, your loyal fans adored you as Munna Bhai during later years. They never deserted you. In fact, your loyal fans (yes, most are Hindus), prayed for you, putting your picture next to their beloved God Ganesha.

Source: Sanjay-Dutt
You have been exposed by media of having links with dangerous gangsters, but people have pardoned you. [Link]

You have admitted even in the Supreme Court that you had dinner with India’s most wanted terrorist and gangster. But still people watch your movies. [Link]

Your father has been elected to Indian parliament 5 times and your sister is also a politician just like you.

So, sir, why play sick communal card bringing disrepute to your entire fan following, the system you has made you a celebrity and your own country? Fight a case by its merit in the court if needed, but not by playing victim in the public. Should we say shame on you?

2) Let’s now talk to Emran Hashmi: In 2009 you claimed: “I had finalised a deal to buy a flat, but the society refused to issue a No Objection Certificate because I am a Muslim. [Link]

Dude, you had problem buying one property, and suddenly you realize you are a Muslim and that must be the reason?

Let’s get some things straight. No one cared if your mother was a Christian, your dad was Muslim and your cousins are Hindu.

No one cared you were a Muslim when you went on kissing countless girls on the screen. Did anyone count how many Hindu girls you kissed on screen till date?


Also, have you seen ‘exclusive to Christians’ apartment ad, that too government approved buildings, from Mohali? Wake up.. This is India and there are numerous cases where people prefer their own community inside their residential societies.


Yes, people give apartments based on many of their own biases. Some are legal and some are not. If you dig deeper, there will be plenty of areas where Muslims discriminate against Hindus too. Visit Malapuram district in Kerala once and speak to some Hindu land owners whose land is surrounded by Muslim land owners. Stop being a cry baby due to one episode. The same Mumbai will have lakhs of apartments for sale where the owner does not care 3 hoots about who is buying, as long as you pay the money they want. You and your uncle Mahesh Bhatt going to press and painting yourself as “communal victims” will not help. You have enough fame, name and money to fight cases in court if you see some injustice.

3) Now the so-called “King” Shah Rukh Khan: Let’s only focus on his latest 2013 interview: “I imagine this (giving “Indian” first names to kids) will prevent my offspring from receiving unwarranted eviction orders or random fatwas in the future.” [Link]

Source: fanpop
You must be kidding.. right Shah Rukh? Eviction order for your kids? LoL!

Your grandfather maybe from Afghanistan, your father maybe from today’s Pakistan, and you may be married to a Hindu wife. But no one cared in the past 20 years when you kept rising to stardom.

No one cared if you went to study at Jamia Milia Islamia, while the name itself says something about religion there.

Majority of the Indians do not see your movies because you are a “Muslim” hero..They like your acting skills and they adore you.

Even when you publicly created drunken nuisance at Wankhede stadium, still people went and watched your movies. Did anyone ask you what was the religion of that poor security person whom you abused in a drunken state that night, like a third grade street thug?

Source: IBNLive
Majority of India supported you when you had to face immigration issues in America. Even the government of India stepped into the controversy, which is not a norm at all. In fact more support came to you even though another proud Indian Muslim, Abdul Kalam was frisked twice at a US airport against norms. (And to his credit, Abdul Kalam did not play any victim card like you).

So dear SRK – After a huge fan following for decades, living a dream life in India, owning a sports team and enjoying lavish media focus, you should be the last one to even think of playing a communal card. So disappointing…

4) Now let’s say hello to a Congress MP, Azharuddin: In 2000, after being banned for life for match fixing scandal, you said something like this: “I am being targeted because I belong to the minority community”. [Link]

Source: MyWebdunia
You must be really out of your mind, aren’t you Azhar bhai?

For heavens sake, you were made to lead a cricket team from a country of 82% Hindus, and also a country where cricket is a religion by itself! People looked at your sporting talent, and not your first name Mohammed.

When you were banned for life (till 2012 court ruling) from Indian cricket, it was not just you. The decisions were taken based on the dirty games played by many players. Yes, Hindu named players also got the boot.

You could date and marry (that too make her the 2nd wife) a Hindu girl, and no one had any objection in India.

You were elected to the highest body of decision making of India, the parliament, using the ticket from the ruling Congress party. Wasn’t that a privilege that the democratic India offered you? Yes, everyone knew that you had the name Mohammed on your election ticket.

You were not even forced to keep the Indian traditional welcome teeka on the forehead, which is common while arriving/departing the country, or while celebrating. Even the English and West Indian players won’t refuse. But your religious “sentiments” were cared for and as far as we remember, you didn’t sport a teeka proudly as a captain, like Dhoni does.

Looking back at the silly and sick communal card you played, after being caught cheating, are you not ashamed dear Azhar?

5) Lastly, let’s say hello to Shabana Azmi: You claimed in 2008: “If Javed Akhtar (husband) and Shabana Azmi (wife) cannot get a flat in Bombay because they are Muslims, then what are we talking about?’ [Link]

Source: Chandrakantha
Ouch.. that’s too simplistic and silly to even consider saying Ms.Azmi.

None of your fans stopped watching your movies all these years because you were a Muslim actress. They cared for your beauty, talent and expression, and that’s pretty much it.

No one cared if both of your parents were members of communist party, while majority of Indians don’t care a hoot for communism. In fact majority of the Indians despise communist ideology, but still that never affected your rise in Bollywood, in the same city you referred, Mumbai/Bombay!

No one cared if you are the second wife of a man who claims to be an atheist. For your information, India is overwhelmingly God believing and God following. Atheists are fringe minority in this nation.

Not many cared if you portrayed for the first time in Indian films a lesbian act on screen, while lesbianism is such a big no-no for the mainstream in India.

I ask, why should we even care for any of these? Still at the very first opportunity to showcase your “Muslim” identity, you stooped down to a shameful level and went public with your grievance? Just like Emraan, don’t you think you are super famous, rich and well connected to fight any real grievance in the court? Playing “Muslim” card in public after all the decades of success in a not-so-Muslim India was OK with you?

Also, did you or your famous husband speak up even once to support Subramanian Swamy’s Madras HC 2007 petition about Melvisharam panchayat? It would help if you can read and educate about some discrimination in India by Muslims too: [link]

Conclusion: Grow up guys… Grow up: India is not perfect. There might be that odd feeling of discrimination you will see. But there are 1000s of places where no one cares about your background. All they care is your talent, money and other relevant things. Do not be itching to turn everything into a Hindu-Muslim issue for some cheap publicity. There are laws to help you if you can’t get an apartment, if you can’t get a bail, if you don’t feel safe at a particular place, if you can’t release a movie and so on. Why not use them just like crores of other Indians?

Of all the people, why do you, the celebrities, who have become so successful, rich, and popular in a secular and democratic India, play that shady communal card? We can at least understand if a poor butcher or mechanic on the street plays victim for whatever reason.

Why do you betray your tremendous fan following with such silly communal cards? The next time your fans will keep the silly card that you played about your “identity”, which they hardly cared all these year.

Why feed Pakistanis, terrorists and others who eagerly wait for an opportunity to malign India’s pluralistic growth success? For instance Shah Rukh Khan’s “safety” in India is a big concern for Pakistan, where minorities were reduced from a quarter of its population 65 years back to almost extinction now.

Why do a big disservice to the nation and the society that has skyrocketed you to such celebrity status?

Think.. Introspect and please grow up…