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Hinduism and Lust

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

Vulgarity in Vedas is already discussed in the article Obscenity in Vedas. In this article I shall deal with vulgarities in other Hindu scriptures. Talking about sexuality is the most favorite topic of Hindus. Obviously it’s rooted in their genes. Hindu fanatics enjoy a lot mocking others religions with fake references and the only solution to this seems to be showing some facts about their gods and sages from their own books. As I said in the article Obscenity in Vedas, I have no intention to mock Hindu religious personalities or hurt the sentiments of Hindus. But after seeing their mockery of other religions it looks like just a refutation to Hindu fanatics isn’t enough, Hinduism has to be decoded to show those fanatics what they follow. Hindu fanatics just by watching epic movies like Mahabharata and Ramayana on television start believing Hinduism to be the most decent religion and are in the delusion that Hindu gods were the greatest being on earth.

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Violence in Hinduism

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

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You may have heard a lot of Hindus saying that Hinduism is a very peaceful and tolerant religion (or the way of life as they say). Hindus says that unlike other religions (hinting to Islam and Christianity) you will not be punished or put into hell for rejecting the Hindu faith or blaspheming the religion. I was reading a book The Land of the Lingam by Arthur Miles, I read only first few pages but I found one very interesting observation by Arthur Miles, he wrote,

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Head transplant in Vedic period

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

Some doctors say head transplant is impossible and some say it could be possible in future. But Hindu gods used to do head transplant in the Vedic period after beheading. Instead of calling this as a miracle Hindus try to prove it scientifically. The most famous head transplant everyone knows is that of Ganesha after he was beheaded by Shiva and elephant’s head was fixed on his body. But there are few more such stories present in Hindu scriptures.
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How Krishna died and what happened to his wives?

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

As you may know Krishna was an avatar of Vishnu who took birth on earth in human form. So a human would have a limited life and would die someday. Krishna grew old and died too, But in an unnatural way. A hunter named Jara shot arrow on Krishna’s leg. And the story later may have been twisted to show that it was Krishna himself who wanted it. Krishna was actually cursed,
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Summary on the life of Rama

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

This is not actually a brief summary on the life of Rama. As I didn’t put much effort in writing this article, as many verses were already available with me. Rama has become like a main god of Hinduism due to the much conflict of his birthplace. And the chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ has become the favourite chants of Hindu extremists who use it only during riots or during other violent attacks. First let’s take a look at why he was born on earth. As per some Hindu scriptures Vishnu was cursed to take incarnations and the abduction of Sita and Rama seeking help of monkeys was also a curse. In one version Bhrigu curses Vishnu that in his next incarnation he will be separated from his wife because Vishnu beheaded his wife,
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Polygamy in Hindu Dharma

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

Having more than one spouse (especially wife) is known as Polygamy. The Hindu Marriage Act 1955 prohibits Polygamy for Hindus but Hindu scriptures allows polygamy and it’s still in practice among some Hindus. Not a single verse of any Hindu text says that ‘You should marry only one’ and yet Hindus claim that Hinduism permits only monogamy. Many Hindus think that Polygamy is prohibited in Hinduism, Hence Hindus are not allowed to have more than one wife. This is not true. Hinduism permits a man to have more than one wife at a time. When you tell a Hindu that Hinduism permits polygamy he won’t talk about scriptures rather he will tell you that Indian law prohibits polygamy for Hindus and Hindus have accepted the law unlike Muslims. They claim that Hindus are very adaptive. Hindus didn’t stop practices like Sati, Polygamy etc., but it was enforced by the Indian court. Recently some women and children were beaten up for entering a temple and the court had to intervene and it allowed entrance of women into some temples. So Hindus had to adapt because they had no choice but to accept court’s decisions. As far as my knowledge on polygamy is concerned I haven’t read a single verse from any Hindu scripture prohibiting polygamy.

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Brahma’s incestuous relationship with his daughter

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

As per Hindu texts, Brahma had incestuous relationship with his own daughter Saraswati. Such an act was done by the creator Brahma. There are different versions of this story. Saraswati is Brahma’s consort and it’s mentioned in Puranas, As per Skanda Purana III.i.41.98-99 Brahma had two wives Gayatri and Saraswati. As I said earlier, there are several versions to this story. Some text says that Brahma was married to Saraswati and some say he had incestuous relationship without marriage. Some say Brahma cohabited with Saraswati for the propagation after marrying her and some say he cohabited with her for propagation without marriage, verses which talks about Brahma’s relationship with Saraswati for propagation doesn’t view the relationship as sinful. Some text says that Brahma and Saraswati were greeted and welcomed after their marriage and some text says that Brahma was punished for having an affair with his own daughter. I have taken some references from Catherine Ludvik’s book. Following verse shows Brahma’s marriage with Saraswati and how they were welcomed in Brahma-loka,

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Hindu god is a cheater

Written by Sulaiman Razvi

 

In the Rig Veda, Varuna is described as an Asura,

अस्तभ्नाद दयामसुरो विश्ववेदा अमिमीत वरिमाणं पर्थिव्याः |
आसीदद विश्वा भुवनानि सम्राड विश्वेत तानि वरुणस्य वरतानि ||

Rig Veda 8.42.1. LORD of all wealth, the Asura propped the heavens, and measured out the broad earth’s wide expanses. He, King supreme, approached all living creatures. All these are Varuṇa’s holy operations.

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