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St. Thomas in India: Tiruvalluvar “baptised” to betray Hindus – B.R. Haran (via Bharata Bharati)


St. Thomas in India: Tiruvalluvar "baptised" to betray Hindus - B.R. Haran "History is always written by the victors and whoever controls the writing of history books control the past. Without doubt, the most consistently powerful force in the western world over the last two thousand years has been the Roman Catholic Church and consequently history has often been what it wanted it to be." – George Orwell in 1984As rightly expressed in those immortal words by George Orwell, the Indians have been fed with distorted histor … Read More

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  1. bds
    January 3, 2013 at 8:00 am

    That may be true; but Indians have to change their focus from history and all other stories and concentrate on materialistic comfort gaining, quality of life andGDP matters through sciences and hard work in the field, factory lab and the computer . in respect of societal living they need to practice mutual respect and a bit of kindness for every thing that is all. Since it is said the history repeats itself there is no need to preserve, read and get confused , irritated by all those chronicles.

    • January 5, 2013 at 10:46 pm

      You are a duffer .When you cannot understand the Money cannot buy everything ? So Duffer you need to study and Get your Perspective right

      • bds
        January 7, 2013 at 5:48 am

        Fellow human with ahankara of right perspective; in the market culture every one practices today, everything comes through commerce and at a cost only. Those who say that money does not get everything, should specify what they have got without money and would they be happy without those which they do get from money. Even the present day- Gurus of spirituality are happy NOTbecause of renunciation and saadhanas but because of the money and good life , so what about paamaraas. Perspective is meaningless if it is not executed in practice

  2. January 6, 2013 at 7:14 am

    Mr all knowing ahankaari, every sensory pleasure and physical asset in a marketculture is sold and purchased with money only What is it other than these you have bought /acquired without money and which has given you happiness; Even the modern preacher enjoys physical comfort of cars , nice shelter and meal and gifts and consumption- all only only with some marketits money money. let us not preach one, think lofty and practice another. . act meanly….Do you have those selfless, sages and seekers nowadays. Even if there are a few do they get respected in the market society if no moneys are involved Let us not say something and do the opposite and assume we are evolved humans

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