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Our ancestors used a complex system to stratify our society, using:


Why are Hindu intellectuals ignoring this by allowing bashing of our proven model to be equated to Euro. caste models. 1/n
We often discredit age old varna system for not staying united, when ironically that same system maintained unity for ages.

As individualist, varna structure offered personal space as required while assuring communal strength of social class. 2/n
It is not the system which worked for 10K+ yrs that is faulty, but practitioners of the system under the influence of external forces that has harmed it.

Ironically, proponents of 'uniform groups' are more closed and less accommodative than diverse & stratified H society. 3/n
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Everyone is busy criticising #Taliban and simping #Afghanistan while scaremongering Hindus of India about #Taliban.

Here is what these people don't understand.
For 50 years, Afghanistan has swung from coups to conflicts. In 1973 an Afghan general ousted the king and declared himself president. Five years later, Afghan communists assassinated him and seized power.The Soviet Union invaded the next year to prop up the unpopular communists.
This sparked a decade-long guerrilla war. The U.S. funneled billions of dollars via Pakistan to anti-Soviet mujahideen fighters from across the Islamic world—including the Saudi jihadist Osama bin Laden—and they eventually forced the Soviets to withdraw.
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A long and important read.
The HISTORY of a warrior who waited 21 years to take revenge for JallianwalaBagh Massacre.
Before Reading Further, Let Me 1st Introduce, How Gandhi & Nehru Responded when Udham Singh took revenge...
Although almost all Bharatiyas
regarded Singh's actions as a response to some brutal aspects of British colonial rule, officially, his actions were deplored and condemned in India, with Gandhi referring to Singh's actions as "an act of insanity", stating: "The outrage has caused me deep pain. I regard it as
an act of insanity. I hope this will not be allowed to affect political judgement.".
Nehru wrote in The National Herald, "The assassination is regretted but it is earnestly hoped that it will not have far-reaching repercussions on the political future of India."
(Both statements
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The killing of a traitor Narendranath Goswami & subsequent hanging of #SatyendranathBosu.
Remembering a freedom fighter on his janma divas who sacrificed his life for Aurobindo Ghose.
Bosu was born on this day in 1882 at Midnapore, Bengal.
He was a distant relative of Aurobindo
& hailed from a well to do family.
Not much is known about his childhood, but Bosu's name finds in a police report for having an unlicenced gun in Midnapur Arms Case & subsequently served 2 months RI.
Two days after an assassination attempt was carried on Kingsford, the police
arrested 33 members of Anushilan Samithi & this trial is famously known as Alipore Bomb Case.
The British wanted to hang Aurobindo Ghosh for his involvement, but lacked evidence.
#NarendranathGoswami turned approver & started giving details about plans, hideouts and members
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On the 22nd #KargilVijayDiwas, a look at 10 of the brave soldiers who risked their lives and went above and beyond the call of duty.
On this day in 1999, the Kargil War, formally came to an end, with Indian soldiers
successfully recapturing mountain heights that had been seized by Pakistani intruders. It was only possible through the valour of the soldiers of the armed forces.
Here are the stories of 10 heroes of Kargil war victory:
#CaptainVikramBatra, (13 JAK RIF)
Going into battle, he
had said, "I will either come back after raising the Indian flag in victory or return wrapped in it."
He immortalised himself by turning a soft-drink ad's tagline "Yeh dil mange more" into an iconic war cry while showcasing on national television the enemy's machine guns he had
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His last words were "I am dying but let not the territory we were fighting for fall for the enemy". For his inspiring leadership and great courage, he was awarded the Maha Vir Chakra posthumously
#BrigadierMohammadUsman was the highest ranking officer of the Indian Army killed
in action during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947.
Pakistani forces had announced a sum of Rs 50,000 as a prize for his head. Unaffected by praise and congratulations, Usman continued to sleep on a mat laid on the floor as he had vowed that he would not sleep on a bed till he
recaptured Jhangar, from where he had had to withdraw in late 1947.
Usman was born on this day in 1912.
He entered Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS) in 1932 and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant & on the 19 March 1935, he was appointed to the Indian Army and posted
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Why does Ecosystem never recalls some names?
Because, once you reveal a name, than people will dig into it.
Belated tributes to Sankaran Nair who went to England & took Jallianwalabagh massacres to court.
An introduction for the unsung hero of this tweet...
” When the only
Bharatiya in the viceroy’s council made his way back to Madras after his resignation, it was an ovation all the way, the like of which had never been seen before in India. There were feasts and entertainments wherever the train stopped and crackers were fired under the wheels
of the railway, so much so that there was one continuous firing for hours.”
126 Years back, he was the Congress President and till date, the only Malayali who held the reins of Congress.
Sir C Sankaran Nair was born on 11-07-1857, at Mankara, Kerala.
Starting as an advocate in
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The First Defence Minister of India was a Sikh and he was REMOVED as he went against Nehru and joined hands with Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel in Liberation of Hyderabad.
#SardarBaldevSingh was born on 11 July 1902 in Punjab. His father was Sir Indra Singh, a reputed industrialist
who had factories at Jamshedpur and present day Bangladesh.
Though born Ultra Rich, Baldev Singh had other aspirations..
He envisioned Independent India and Uplifting Jat’s, by 1930s he joined Shiromani Akali Dal and became close to Master Tara Singh.
During Quit India Movement
Baldev Singh refused to join and formed Provincial Punjab Govt along with Muslim League.
(Search for my thread about Master Tara Singh for further details)
Baldev Singh was chosen again to represent the Sikh viewpoint to the Cabinet Mission Plan that had arrived to discuss
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Pandit Pandharinathacharya Galagali was a Sanskrit scholar, author, poet, journalist, and orator.
Over the course of a lifetime, Pandit Galagali has published 22 original Sanskrit works, 21 original Kannada works, and 23 translated works., among which are Shri Shambhu Linga
Vijaya Champu (Sanskrit), Raaga Viraga (Kannada), Bharata Swaatantraya Sangramasya Itihasaha (Sanskrit), and Mahabharatada Mahileyaru (Kannada). He was also the editor of five Kannada and Sanskrit newspapers for over four decades.
His discourses about Sanatana is watched by
millions even today, yet neither the government nor the people remembers these heroes who made Karnataka proud.
Pandharinathacharya Galagali was born on 10 July 1922 to Kurmacharya Galagali in a village named Galagali. His formal education was stopped in the first grade, and he
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Being a Kannadiga, I'm ashamed to say that I didn't know about this great historian, a chance encounter on Mysore gazette took me to an author who wrote 400 years of Wodeyar History.
On his Jayanti, let us learn more about #HayavadanaRao, a multifaceted personality whose
contribution to the building of modern Mysore is as significant as his pioneering work in reconstructing the history of ancient Karnataka.
Hayavadana Rao was born on 10 July 1865 in Hosur, after graduating in history, Rao studied law and economics and joined the Govt Museum,
Madras as a curator.
Rao worked as a curator till his retirement and compiled "The Indian Biographical Dictionary". Rao was a polyglot and was fluent in English, Latin, French, German, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi and Sanskrit.
He was a member of the ‘Royal Anthropological
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We all have heard that #JyotiBasu lost the chance of becoming PM & I Thank God For That.
Just after the 1962 war, Jyoti Basu proclaimed publicly at a rally that “China cannot be the aggressor.”
This mean character served as Chief Minister for 23 years 4 months and 17 days from
1977 to 2000.
On his birthday, let me introduce to his killings of industry & people.
Much before they came to power in 1977, the CPI-M started experimenting with murder as a political instrument way back in 1970 when they murdered 2 important Congress workers belonging to the
Sain family of Burdwan. The level of bestiality that they stooped down to was evident by the fact that
they made the mother of the two Sain brothers eat rice drenched with the blood of her dead sons. As a result the mother lost her mental balance from which she could not recover
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On this day Captain Vikram Batra and Anuj Nayyar attained Veera Marana while protecting their motherland.
Award - PARAM VIR CHAKRA (Posthomous)
Year of Award - 1999 (Independence Day)
Service No.IC-57556
Rank at time of Award - CAPT
Unit - 13 JAK RIF
Elder of the twins Vikram &
Vishal, his father was a Principal & mother, a school teacher.
Vikram was an all-rounder at school, adjudged the best NCC cadet of north, a green belt holder in karate and played TT at national level.
Deeply patriotic from a young age, Vikram was always keen on joining the Army.
In 1996, his dream was fulfilled when he cleared the CDS examination with flying colours and joined the Indian Military Academy where he was commissioned as a lieutenant. His first posting was in the Sapore, J&K.
When Kargil War broke out Vikram had just completed a Commando
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The Truth Behind #SuitBootKiSarkar.

On the occasion of death anniversary of #DhirubhaiAmbani, let us read how Indira & Co helped a clerk of Aden to become Polyster Prince of India or in other words Evolution of SuitBootKiSarkar with the help of Congress & Pranab Mukherjee.
When Congress was split into two, most big business of those days had sided with Congress (O) and Indira wanted her own moneybags whom she could trust and this was possible in the licence-permit raj where entrepreneurship could be engineered. A number of businessmen grew up
thanks to her largesse among them Dhirubhai Ambani, Kapal Mehra of Orkay.
DBA was a shrewd businessman but the initial help he got made Dhirubhai realise the power of the government. It could make or break business & with the sarkar on your side you could always be on the make.
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“Bharat is in need of Bomb and Bomb Alone”.

Do you know who said this?
It was #SwamiVivekananda.
While most of us see Swami Vivekananda as a Sanyasi who spread Sanatana Dharma to the world, very few know his contribution for freedom struggle.
The Message,
“Rise, Awake & Stop Not Till The Goal Is Reached” was given to kick out British from Bharat.
UNFORTUNATELY Ramakrishna Matt, Swami Vivekananda websites have fallen into the hands of FAKE SECULARISM & APPEASEMENT of Gandhi Nehru.
There are loads of articles which propagates how
Gandhi was inspired by Swami Vivekananda whereas the truth is Swami inspired 1000s of revolutionaries to take Bombs & Guns to fight against British Oppression.

Swami Vivekananda’s youngest brother Bhupendranath Datta was one of the key members of Anushilan Samithi,
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Veergatha of Kanhoji Angre – The Undisputed and Undefeated Sea Hawk.

Remembering #KanhojiAngre, the Admiral of Maratha Navy who remained undefeated till his last breath.

In the 1700s, one man antagonized the European powers, and insisted on the Maratha Empire’s rights to "SAMUDRATLA SHIVAJI" Kanhoji Angre
taxation and sovereignty over Maharashtra’s coast. He was Kanhoji Angre, the head of the Maratha navy.
The first important naval figure in modern Bharat, Angre managed to maintain an unquestionable hold over a heavily disputed stretch of coastline throughout the early decades
of the 18th century. At its peak in 1729, Angre’s Maratha fleet held a mere 80 ships, many of them little more than overgrown fishing boats engineered by the local kolis (fisher folk) who populated his domain. Yet with the combination of that modest fleet and an unsurpassed
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After First war Of Indian Independence, the British had relatively calm reign for next 40 years.
But One Word Changed The Course Of History and It Was VANDE MATARAM.
Tributes to the legend #BankimChandraChatterjee, on his jayanti.
A great Scholar, Who gave us the song and slogan
#VandeMataram ".
Who with his novel #AnandaMath described the Sanyasi's Fight against British. (British had buried this history & Role of Saffron questioned). The Inspiration for #AnushilanSamithi.
That Every Freedom Fighter Who Sacrificed Their Lives For This Country Had
#Vandemataram On Their Lips Till Their Last Breath. The Misplaced Secularism of Congress & Left Have Denied Him His Place, Nevertheless #BankimChandra Will Always Be Soul Stirrer For Crores of Patriots
Please read the English
Translation of Anandmath by Shri Aurobindo & Barindra
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His large family of 59 relatives were hacked to death by Muslims at his birthplace Harial, Rawalpindi.
This was the price Master Tara Singh paid for saying Pakistan Murdabad & seeking Punjab from Present Day Pakistan.
Today's the Jayanti of #MasterTaraSingh, Creator Of Punjab ImageThe Sword Tara Singh Brandi...Image
& another Person Who Was Misled, Humiliated & Deceived By Nehru.
The basic story of Master Tara Singh’s life was marked by constant struggles, and failures. At the time of the creation of the unilingual state of Punjab in 1966, a fight for which Master Tara Singh had suffered
much, he had to face the ignominy of being known as a turn-coat, compromiser and worse, someone who did not stand by his promises.
Master Tara Singh was born in a family of Malhotra Khatris in a village of Brahmin landlords, as Nanak Chand. On adopting the Sikh faith later in
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In his last message as a free person Dr Mookerjee told Vajpayee, his private secretary and others to tell the country that he had at last entered the state of Jammu and Kashmir, though as a prisoner, and to carry on his work in his absence.
Apparently, when Dr Mookerjee had made
known his intention to visit Jammu, Sucheta Kripalani paid him a visit and told him, that you won’t go, Nehru will not allow you to return safe from there. Dr Mookerjee told Sucheta, ‘I have no personal enmity against Nehru, I am working for a cause, why should he have any
vendetta for me?’ Then Sucheta told Dr Mookerjee, ‘You don’t know Nehru, I know Nehru, he looks upon you as his main rival and he will try to remove you from the field if he can and he is capable of anything.’
His slogan, “Ek desh mein do vidhan, do pradhan, aur do nishan nahi
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Here Is Another Devastating History Which No Nehruvian Distorian Like To Tell.
Read On…..
Usually for Muslims, rioting is god sent boon because they can rape, kill & do anything they are passionate about. Above that they are not held accountable & even the Secular Islamists
won't feel ashamed.
On 27 December 1963 a holy relic, which was believed by many to be a #strand_from_the_beard of Prophet Muhammad, was stolen from Hazratbal Shrine (J&K) leading to protests and mass agitation. It was recovered on 4 January 1964 and the thieves were 3 Kashmiri
The details appeared at New York Times, but no Indian Newspaper carried this. WHY?
They included Abdul Rahim Bandey, a custodian of the shrine, and a villager named Abdul Rashid, who was caught while running away after returning the hair to the shrine 10 days later.
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This story starts with Indira and ends with Rajiv Gandhi.
This is a long read, but every paragraph will shake you to the core.
On this day in 2001, died an IFS Diplomat of Pakistani origin, close aide of Khan Abdul Gafar Khan & after independence got close to Nehru &
subsequently his daughter Indira Gandhi Alias Maimuna Begum.
In between there is Lust, Deceit, Treachery, Emotion all suppressed by one AMOROUS woman Indira. (Said by Khushwanth Singh).
The HerStory Begins.....
Feroze and Indira were blessed with Rajiv Gandhi and Sanjay Gandhi
however, it is believed by theorists that Sanjay is Indira’s son from Mohammad Yunus and not Feroze Gandhi. the more important fact about Sanjay Gandhi, as openly stated in the book ‘The Nehru Dynasty’ by K N Rao, is that this man (Sanjay Gandhi) wasn’t the son of Feroze Khan
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Is it easy to commit suicide at the age of 25?
That too leaving a lucrative job and happily married life.

Here's the story of #VanchinathanIyer who attained Veera Marana on this day 110 years back, after murdering Ashe, the district collector of Tirunelveli.
(His Suicide Letter
Is Quoted In The Image)
Vanchi as he was fondly called was born in 1886, and he had a good job in Madras govt, all this changed when he saw the bias by British towards Bharatiya businessmen.
Vanchi was greatly inspired by Nationalist
V O Chidambaram Pillai, the first Bharatiya
to run a steamer service and break the monopoly of British.
V O C was a staunch nationalist and propagated Swarajya, the British were further angered when he entered their steamer business.

They connived with District Collector Ashe who was also Judicial Magistrate of Tuticorin
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Belated tributes for an Unhonoured, Never Remembered Freedom Fighter, an Exemplary Scientist, an Extraordinary Inventor SATISH CHANDRA DASGUPTA.
Satish was born on June 14, 1880, in Kurigram (now a part of Bangladesh) in Rangpur district of Bengal. He belonged to a poor family, ImageImage
yet due to his hard work and dedication, he was awarded a Master’s degree in chemistry from Presidency College, Calcutta.

The Bengal Chemical Works laboratory was used by chemistry students to carry out practicals. Satish Chandra’s work in the laboratory was closely watched
by Acharya P.C. Roy, who got him a job in the Bengal Chemical Works factory as factory superintendent. Satish was determined to take the organisation to great heights. He developed medicinal products such as strychnine and caffeine from indigenous raw material. He knew that the
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#TarakanathDas -
A Krantikari International Scholar in Exile.
Taraknath was born on this day in 1884 at Bengal.
When he was 16, he wrote an essay about Patriotism in a competition and the judge
#Barrister_P_Mitter was highly impressed with the quality..
He ensured ImageImage
Taraknath join #AnushilanSamithi for which he was one of the founder.
Similar to celebrating Shivaji Festival at Maharashtra, Taraknath started to celebrate festival of #RajaSitaramRay, a Hindu King who dared the Michaels for years.
In the year 1906, during festival celebrations
#BhaghaJatin #Taraknath
#ShirishchandraSen #Satyendrasen met and came to an understanding which was kept as a secret.
What they discussed in 1906 was finally revealed by Taraknth himself in 1952 when he came back to Bharat & attended a rally in honour of Bhagha Jatin. ImageImage
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“I had undertaken this perilous swim not to gain fame or trophies but to prove once again to the world that Indians are no longer afraid”, said the man who swam into world record books by conquering the English Channel and Palk Straits.

You guys remember #MihirSen, he was the
first Indian to swim across the English Channel in 1958, and also set a world record by swimming in oceans in five continents in 1966. He had famously said, “I wanted to prove to the world that Indians are not afraid.” In 1967, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan.

How are heroes
treated in India?

Well, it is increasingly looking like the answer to this question depends on where you are, what you do, and whether you support the message of the Congress’s & its Croonies political establishment.

The story of Mihir Sen, a man who went onto show the world
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