Tuesday, August 26, 2014

KCR and his secular antics, its MIM that runs Telangana Govt.

Secular Stunts by "Dora KCR"

1.Masjid-e-Charminar in Telangana Logo, (Charminar is a Mosque)
2.12% Muslim reservation. (Will effect backward classes)
3.50k for Muslim Girls marriage ( why not for all poor girls?)
4.Muslim Deputy CM ( A powerless Dummy Deputy CM )
5.Praising Nizam and Razakars ( 400 years of atrocities on Hindus)
6. Urdu as second Langauge (Urdu was forced on all during Nizams Rule)
7. Joining Hands with Razakar party who wants to kill all Hindus
8. Brand Ambassador as Sania Mirza ( .........................)

Any more info KCR Bhakts can give on other secular Stunts ?

What ever you do for Seculars they will never vote to TRS other than their Jihadi party.

Source : Sri Ram Channel

Thursday, August 21, 2014

"Land Jihad" new tactics by Muslim expansionists .

O Hindus ! Selling land to Muslims may prove dangerous!

It is tragic that Muslims lure Hindus with money and Hindus fall easy prey to their conspiracy. Will a Muslim ever sell land to a Hindu ? Since there is no education on Dharma for the Hindus, religious pride is not created in them, and thus they incur a sin in this manner. To fight against Muslims, it is necessary that Hindus become strong at the physical, psychological and spiritual levels. This can be achieved only through education on Dharma

Is it a Land Jihad?

- Buy a small plot in non muslim area with high price.
- Start a small Namaz room with an aspiration to build a colossal Mosque for Almighty Allah.
- Built Mosques one after another in non Muslims area,
- Increase the numbers in non-Muslim area.
- Object on processions and band & Hindu festivals in front of Mosques.
- Protest on temple Arti, Bhajan, Loudspeakers, Prasad Distribution, Even protest ‘Ram Nam Satya Hain chants’ in the last journey of Hindus.
- Oppose the Construction of any other religious structure.

Ultimately to force Hindus to be evicted from their own land?


Thursday, August 14, 2014

14th August 1947 , This day Bharath Varsh was 'Akhand''

14th August , This Day in year 1947 Bharath Varsh was United , Pakistan was no where on World map . Coz of one Dynasty (Nehru-Gandhi) lust for power, my country was truncated. Land of Vedas was divided as if Bharath Varsh is not a Country but their private property. Letz today take 'Sankalp' to restore the past glory.

Celebrate 14th August as " Akhand Bharath" Diwas !!!

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

15th August : Do not use plastic Flags.

15th August భారత దేశ స్వాతంత్ర దినోత్సోవము . మరో జెండా పండుగ . తెలిసో - తెలియక మనము ఈ రోజు మన జాతీయ జెండా ను అవమానపర్చుతున్నాం . మన చాటి ఫై జెండా ను పిన్నీసు తో గుచ్చి దాన్ని చిద్రం చేసుతున్నాం , కాగితం జెండాలను కార్ల లో , వీదుల అలంకరణ లో వాడి , సాయంత్రానికల్లా నెల ఫై తోక్కులో పదేస్తున్నాం . దయచేసి కాగితపు జెండాలను వాడకండి , పిన్నిసులతో దేశ జెందని గుచ్చాకండి . పండుగ రోజు తర్వాత మీకు రోడ్డు ఫై కానీ నెల ఫై కానీ చిరిగినా లేదా పాడైన తిరంగా జెండా కనిపిస్తే , కాస్త ఆగి దాన్ని తీసుకొని , మర్యాద పుర్వంగా తొలిగించండి .సాద్యమైనంత వరకు బట్ట తో చేయబడ్డ జెండాలను వాడండి . తిరంగా జెండా మన దేశ కీర్తి ప్రతిష్టల ప్రతీక అని మరవకండి .

Jai Bharat Varsh ! Jai Bharat Mata !! Vande Mataram !!!

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Rakhi festival is not all about brothers and sisters.

Sisters tying ‘Rakhi’ on brothers is an age-old Hindu tradition associated with the Rakshabandhan. On this day, the sister ties ‘Rakhi’ on her brother and who pledge to protect her from any danger. Tying of Rakhi is not limited to just brothers and sisters, it has wider dimensions in a multicultural society. But why do we tie Rakhi? Several reasons for this custom are found in the Hindu scriptures, history and folklore. 

According to Hindu Mythology, the Rakhi tying custom was started primarily to help in the smooth functioning of the society and to instill confidence in the people. The rakhi or raksha used to be tied by a priest after conducting the necessary puja in a temple. The rakhi thus tied used to protect the person from all calamities during the year. And this used to take place in the holy month of Shravan (July – August).

A myth in the Bhavishya Purana suggests that Indra who was defeated by the demons in a battle lost all his confidence and arrived depressed at this palace. His wife Sachi, on the advice of her Guru, took a thread and uttered sacred verses of protection and tied it on Indra's hand. Soon Indra overcame his depression and defeated the demons.

Another famous myth regarding Raksha Bandhan is associated with Draupadi and Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna used his Sudharshana Chakra to kill Shisupala and in the process injured his finger. All the people present there ran to get a piece of cloth to tie his finger. But Draupadi tore a part of her sari and tied it on the bleeding finger of Krishna.

Krishna paid back for that small piece of cloth to Draupadi by elongating the sari that was being disrobed in front of all the people in the Hastinapura court by Dushasana.

Another legend involves King Bali and Goddess Lakshmi. The devotion of King Bali brought Lord Vishnu to his palace and Lord Vishnu decided to stay at the palace of Bali. Goddess Lakshmi did not like this and soon followed Lord Vishnu and appeared in front of King Bali. Seeing his devotion, Goddess Lakshmi accepted Bali as her brother and tied a ‘rakhi’ on him. King Bali then asked Goddess Lakshmi to ask anything that she wanted from his kingdom. She demanded the return of Lord Vishnu to Vaikunta. King Bali readily agreed. It is believed that the tying of Rakhi started from this day.

Yet another myth involves Yama and his sister Yami or Yamuna. Once Yami was strolling in the Yamaloka and finding her alone ‘Kama’, the god of love, decided to play a prank on her. Kama hit her with his love arrows and soon Yami was sexually aroused. Meanwhile, Yama reached the spot and was perplexed with the incestuous feelings of Yami. Yama soon realized that it was a prank of Kama and asked her to tie a Rakhi on his wrists. Yama told her that he will protect her from all unwanted desires and physical attacks.

There are numerous other stories and folklore associated with the tying of Rakhi. Two of the legends are part of history and involves Rani Karnawati and Emperor Humayun and Alexander the great and King Puru.

It is said that Rani Karnawati sent a Rakhi to Emperor Humayun when her kingdom was attacked by Sultan of Gujarat. Humayun understanding the significance of Rakhi soon came to the help of Rani Karnawati.

Alexander failed to defeat the fierce King Puru. Finding her husband’s army in danger, Alexander’s wife, who was aware of the Raksha Bandhan custom, sent a ‘rakhi’ to King Puru. It is said that King Puru accepted her as his sister and refrained from fighting Alexander.

If we dig into history, mythology and folklore we will find numerous other reasons for tying Rakhi. But the symbolism is always the same – Rakhi is a symbol of harmony and strength. 
courtesy: Hindu-blog