-Buying fully loaded Toyota Innova cars and other luxury vehicles using temple monies and then handing them over to Govt Ministers, Ministers' PA, Govt Secy, HR& CE Commissioner. 👏
-Even the fuel bills, drivers’ salaries and maintenance costs of such illegally given vehicles are met with temple funds.
-Building Conference Rooms, library, etc in the 2nd Floor of the HR & CE Department using funds from Sri Subramaniaswamy Temple, Tiruttani.
-Diversion of funds of Sri Parthasarathy temple for Tamil Nadu Government Tourism Exhibition.
-Diversion of funds from three temples in Chennai for buying General Brand 2-Ton Split Air Conditioners for the Audit Department in HR&CE Department, Chennai.
1) The first contribution of Brahmins to the #Hindu National Pride was this #Brahmin ‘s reply to the 1st known foreign invaders, the Greeks(they called him ‘Dandamis’) on being threatened to be beheaded on his refusal to meet Alexander.
2) “Alexander has’nt yet seen other bank of Vyas
If he successfully faces brave🇮🇳states beyond & yonder still
the powerful empire of Magadh,
yet remain alive,I shall consider.
He may behead me but can’t kill my soul”
Plutarch gives full text of this #Brahmin ‘s fearless reply
3) Alexander realized, #Brahmins exerted powerful influences upon the governments of🇮🇳Republics,
that tongues of these fearless Brahmins were sharper than Khatriya swords.
Before beheading one he asked,
why he instigated a certain-ruler against him & came the reply👇🏻
1/ Manu (The progenitor of Humankind)
All different races of Mankind are derived from Manu and Shradha. The current Manu is Vaivasvata Manu.
2/ The word Manu literary means man but it is a title given to the progenitor of mankind. According to Hindu Puranas there are many kalpas (One day of Lord Brahma the creator) and each Kalpa has 14 manvantara and each manvatara has one manu. So basically each Kalpa has 14 Manus.
3/ The current manu of the present manvantara is Shraddhadeva or Vaivasvata Manu of this current Kalpa. He is the son of Vivasvat (Probably Surya) and is therefore also known as Manu-vaivasvata.