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Re: Is 'Hindu' our National Identity? ISP I Oct 2012

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  • Shyamrudra Pathak
    The word Hindu might have started being used in some sense, but today it means the set of people being born in families who call themselves Hindus. So
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 8, 2012
      The word 'Hindu' might have started being used in some sense, but today it means the set of people being born in families who call themselves Hindus. So obviously Muslims, Christians etc. aren't included in the term Hindu. If some Muslim defines the word Muslim to mean all Indians, will it be acceptable to the RSS chief?
        
      Shyam Rudra Pathak.
    • Sankara Narayanan
      All people being born in Hindu families cannot enter many temples. They are not to be touched. Their deadbodies are not entertained in the masanis meant for
      Message 2 of 5 , Oct 8, 2012
        All people being born in Hindu families cannot enter many temples. They are not to be touched.
        Their deadbodies are not entertained in the masanis meant for their oppressors.
         
        If any one from such families dare to marry a boy or girl from the twice-born families,
        that person will be finished.
         
        Uniform Civil Law is very much the need of Hinduism first.
         
        BJP & VHP make a lot of noise on toilet vs temple talk of Jairam.
        Because Temple belongs to them. If there is no toilet, no problem.
        Mlechchas are there to serve them.
         
        SN
         
        On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 7:18 PM, Shyamrudra Pathak <shyamrudrapathak@...> wrote:
         

        The word 'Hindu' might have started being used in some sense, but today it means the set of people being born in families who call themselves Hindus. So obviously Muslims, Christians etc. aren't included in the term Hindu. If some Muslim defines the word Muslim to mean all Indians, will it be acceptable to the RSS chief?
          
        Shyam Rudra Pathak.


      • Dilip Kumar
        Tend to stop vomiting poison and creating rifts between Hindus and also between religions. Instead why you not citing examples about the vanishing caste
        Message 3 of 5 , Oct 9, 2012
          Tend to stop vomiting poison and creating rifts between Hindus and also between religions. Instead why you not citing examples about the vanishing caste system, emerging of dalits as Pujaris of some temples, both Hindus and Muslim participate and celebrate religious functions of both religions. It is only the politicians and vested interests who keep the caste system alive for their own purpose.

          Dilip
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          Dilip Kumar
          Rural Livelihood / Small-scale Aquaculture and Fisheries Development Adviser
          C-9 / 9698, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070, India
          Tel / Fax- + (91) 11-26899185;
          Mob: +(91) 9560455702
          E mail- dk.dilipkumar@...

          From: Sankara Narayanan <psn.1946@...>
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          All people being born in Hindu families cannot enter many temples. They are not to be touched.
          Their deadbodies are not entertained in the masanis meant for their oppressors.
           
          If any one from such families dare to marry a boy or girl from the twice-born families,
          that person will be finished.
           
          Uniform Civil Law is very much the need of Hinduism first.
           
          BJP & VHP make a lot of noise on toilet vs temple talk of Jairam.
          Because Temple belongs to them. If there is no toilet, no problem.
          Mlechchas are there to serve them.
           
          SN
           
          On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 7:18 PM, Shyamrudra Pathak <shyamrudrapathak@...> wrote:
           

          The word 'Hindu' might have started being used in some sense, but today it means the set of people being born in families who call themselves Hindus. So obviously Muslims, Christians etc. aren't included in the term Hindu. If some Muslim defines the word Muslim to mean all Indians, will it be acceptable to the RSS chief?
            
          Shyam Rudra Pathak.


        • Sankara Narayanan
          Pl show me one hamlet in India which has only one masani. Indian classes are in the habit of not seeing caste, not speaking caste and not hearing caste but all
          Message 4 of 5 , Oct 10, 2012
            Pl show me one hamlet in India which has only one masani.

            Indian classes are in the habit of not seeing caste, not speaking caste and not hearing caste but all the while practising the worst form of apartheid.

            Practising racism is not venomous but pointing it out is vomiting venom.

            None can beat the Vasudeivakutumbakam gangsters  in hypocrisy.

            SN 


            On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 9:06 AM, Dilip Kumar <dk.dilipkumar@...> wrote:
             

            Tend to stop vomiting poison and creating rifts between Hindus and also between religions. Instead why you not citing examples about the vanishing caste system, emerging of dalits as Pujaris of some temples, both Hindus and Muslim participate and celebrate religious functions of both religions. It is only the politicians and vested interests who keep the caste system alive for their own purpose.

            Dilip

            Sent from BlackBerry® on Airtel

            Dilip Kumar
            Rural Livelihood / Small-scale Aquaculture and Fisheries Development Adviser
            C-9 / 9698, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070, India
            Tel / Fax- + (91) 11-26899185;
            Mob: +(91) 9560455702
            E mail- dk.dilipkumar@...

            From: Sankara Narayanan <psn.1946@...>
            Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2012 12:21:43 +0530
            Subject: Re: [Arkitect India] Re: Is 'Hindu' our National Identity? ISP I Oct 2012

             

            All people being born in Hindu families cannot enter many temples. They are not to be touched.
            Their deadbodies are not entertained in the masanis meant for their oppressors.
             
            If any one from such families dare to marry a boy or girl from the twice-born families,
            that person will be finished.
             
            Uniform Civil Law is very much the need of Hinduism first.
             
            BJP & VHP make a lot of noise on toilet vs temple talk of Jairam.
            Because Temple belongs to them. If there is no toilet, no problem.
            Mlechchas are there to serve them.
             
            SN
             
            On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 7:18 PM, Shyamrudra Pathak <shyamrudrapathak@...> wrote:
             

            The word 'Hindu' might have started being used in some sense, but today it means the set of people being born in families who call themselves Hindus. So obviously Muslims, Christians etc. aren't included in the term Hindu. If some Muslim defines the word Muslim to mean all Indians, will it be acceptable to the RSS chief?
              
            Shyam Rudra Pathak.



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