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Jan 20, 2021 15 tweets 4 min read
(1/n) Seeing tweets of people about how women are not allowed to do rituals, upanayan e.t.c.
I know I may face some backlashes on this topic.
[THREAD] (2/n) The oldest literature of the world is the Veda, composed in India over many millennia ago and last recompiled 5100 years ago by the banks of the river Sarasvati.
The Veda had not been a male preserve alone. About 24 of the Vedic Rishi were women, who had themselves composed
Dec 11, 2020 13 tweets 5 min read
(/n) [THREAD] According to the famous Japanese academic of Veda and Buddhism, Hajime Nakamura, India had a great influence on Japanese culture. In his book, ‘Gotama Buddha’, he says,

“Without Indian influence, Japanese culture would not be what it is today.” (2/n) The first samskrt text in Brahmi script arrived in Japan in 552 CE, which is now preserved in the Sutra godown of Zenkouji temple. Pic 1

In 607 CE, Prince Shotoku began lecturing in Samskrt at Nara College. Pic 2
Oct 25, 2020 10 tweets 3 min read
(1/n)🤦🤦Great this was the only thing left to see.

Mahishasura was the son of Rambha, and the great-grandson of Brahmarshi Kashyapa.
LIBERALS NOW DIGEST THIS PLEASE. (2/n) He had secured a boon from Lord BRAHMA that he can be vanquished only by a woman, this made him felt invincible.

Mahishasura had established his rule in Amravati ( the kingdom of Indra)
Oct 23, 2020 17 tweets 4 min read

Some corrections of the verses mentioned in this idiotic comrade's thread. (1/n)
एकजातिर्द्विजातींस्तु वाचा दारुणया क्षिपन् ।जिह्वायाः प्राप्नुयाच्छेदं जघन्यप्रभवो हि सः ।। 8/270

This shloka is not the part of original Manuscript of manu smriti, it was later added, although the translation is here for the shloka-
Oct 22, 2020 10 tweets 2 min read
(1/n) Manu smriti 3.56
यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवताः । यत्रैतास्तु न पूज्यन्ते सर्वास्तत्राफलाः क्रियाः

The society that provides respect and dignity to women flourishes with nobility and prosperity. And a society that does not put women on (2/n) such a high pedestal has to face miseries and failures regardless of howsomuch noble deeds they perform otherwise.
Oct 1, 2020 13 tweets 3 min read
(1/n) Indica was originally written in Latin and Greek.
The original book is now lost, but its fragments have survived in later Greek and Latin works.
The earliest of these works are those by Diodorus Siculus, Strabo (Geographica), Pliny, and Arrian (Indica) (2/n) The root of caste is the Latin castus, which means "chaste" or "pure, separated."
So the word used by Megasthenes was referring to pure or separated.
That's also the Word ‘Varna’ refers to.
The word was later used by Britishers, no one said that it was invented by British
Sep 26, 2020 24 tweets 5 min read
(1/n) Many fake things are going around about Sati and jauhar by these idiots, in this thread I am going to bust the myths about them from historical perspective.
{THREAD} (2/n) Jauhar and Sati, the women walked into fire and gave up their life voluntarily, there is a fundamental difference.

Jauhar was committed when the husband was still alive whereas Sati was committed after the husband’s death.
Sep 26, 2020 9 tweets 2 min read
(1/n) 🤦🤦🤦😂😂Didi kya hoga aapka😂😂
Gorakhnath temple has a recorded history of at least 800 years. The temple existed even before Nawab Asaf-Ud-Daulah was born in 18th century. How could the Nawab grant land for construction of a temple that existed for hundreds of
{THREAD} (2/n) years before his own birth? Fake news! Gorakhnath temple is much older than the Nawab. It was believed to be established by Gorakhnath himself. Whatever the case, the temple was already destroyed by Khilji in 13th century,meaning it already existed
Sep 22, 2020 10 tweets 3 min read
(1/n) Cannabis is the most commonly used illegal drug throughout the world. It is derived from the annual plant Cannabis sativa L., which has a worldwide distribution. Cannibis sativa is grown commercially as hemp and its fibres used for the production of rope and cloth.
[THREAD] (2/n) Cannabis is a mild hallucinogen. The active components of cannabis responsible for its hallucinogenic properties are the tetrahydrocannabinols (THCs), especially D9-tetrahydrocannabinol (D9-THC), Image
Sep 21, 2020 7 tweets 3 min read
(1/n) @RiceBag10 You have rightly choosen your name RICE BAG, you act like one.
You also see this, because you also have the same hear say habit.
Believe in hear say eh??

Ekalavya or Eklavya is mentioned in Section Seven Sambhava Parva (2/n) Ekalavya was the son of Hiranyadhanu, the king of the nishadas. He came to Drona. However, since he was the son of a nishada, Dronarefused to accept him as a student of archery, out of consideration for the others. Image
Sep 20, 2020 16 tweets 4 min read
(1/n) This is the official map of “Janamstan I masjid” (so called Babri masjid) dating back to 1717 CE.
The map is now in City Palace Museum, Jaipur. This map can be found in Kapad Dwar collection. Land on which so called "Babri" Image (2/n) was built had been bought by Sawai Jai Singh of Jaipur in 1717 CE
If Babar really built Babri Masjid in 1527, can anybody tell me what the temple is doing it its place even in 1717? How is it that travelers like William Finch in 17th century did
Sep 19, 2020 6 tweets 2 min read
(1/n)First thing first give me that shloka where it is written.
You talking about racial discrimination?🤦 Idiot Krishna colour is dark black like dark cloud, the writer of Mahabharata and the one who made rule for purans Ved vyasa original name was Krishna Dwaipyana. Because 👇 Image (2/n) Varna comes from the Samskrt root Vr, meaning ‘to choose’.

1.A bridegroom or a bride is referred to as a Var / Varan in Indian languages, as he or she has been chosen from amongst many.

2. Colour is called Varna, for, colours give an option to choose.
Sep 17, 2020 7 tweets 3 min read
Hmm.. sharing without any comments John🥱 Image Ohh John atleast read your sources first, the data in that article was upto 2012.
And again to prove your point you showed this data👇👇now notice the amount of reduction in requested funding.🥱 ImageImage
Sep 7, 2020 25 tweets 7 min read
(1/n) Christian Lassen, an Orientalist from the 19th
century was the first to use the word ‘Arian’ as a race, in his book, ‘History of Ancient India’ , published in 1847, where he differentianted the North and the South Indians. (2/n) John Wilson - 1856

The Aryan Invasion theory did not become popular until John Wilson, President of the Asiatic Society of Bombay in 1856, mooted the concept in his speech of the Aryan race having invaded India, 3000 years ago Image
Aug 31, 2020 17 tweets 5 min read
(1/n) Recently India and Israel signed a Cultural agreement, this agreement would allow cultural exchange between both the countries, this agreement includes cooperation between ASI (Archeological survey of India) and IAA (Israel antiquities authority), this agreement also (2/n) includes organising cultural fests and book fests in both the countries, exchange of culture through our films e.t.c.
But Indo-Israel relation is not just 25 years old (after Independence of Israel from Britain in 1948, due to Nehruvian idealistic approach, until 1950
Aug 26, 2020 9 tweets 2 min read
(1/9) I want to add something more here..
Once Radha raani along with her friends Lalita and Vishakha stole the flute of Krishna. Further Lalita ji made fun of Krishna because he acted sad when he came to know that his flute is missing. (2/9) Krishna said: "Kundalate! You don't know the glories of My flute, that is why you speak like that! That is not so astonishing, because My flute never reveals its qualities (as an conjugal enchanter ) to you as it does to the other girls (because you are my relative)!
Aug 12, 2020 17 tweets 3 min read
(1/17) The recent decision (inheritance of ancestral property by daughter) by apex court of India is welcomed by many Hindus. But let's quickly look into this matter and based on which law this decision came.
And how it's related to Yājñavalkya smriti. (2/17) In Sanatan Parampara the knowledge is given in two forms :- Smriti /स्मृति/Smṛti), which means "that which is remembered" these texts are usually attributed to an author, traditionally written down, in contrast to
Jul 27, 2020 6 tweets 2 min read
Ohh dear🤦🤦 that's a true picture of Pakistan's education..
In northwest of India, we have the river called Sindhu Nadi, the Indus River. In the Persian language, the syllable Sa was pronounced as Ha
(1/n) When the Persians and Arabs came east towards the river Sindhu, they called the land around and beyond the land of river Sindhu as Hind Thus from the word Hind came the words Hindu and Hindustan (2/n)