On Temple’s Scheduled Walkathon to support non-violence on 10/15/2022
By Suresh Vyas
This message is for the Hindus of the world and for any temple’s Hindu leaders.
The temple’s activities related to show existence of the Hindus in the USA’s political field is most welcome, and I wish that Hindus to enter local politics to serve Hindu interests of NRI Hindus.
Non-violence is a supreme principle in the Vedic Dharma (and Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism are branches of the Vedic Dharma.) So, Gandhi preached अहिंसा परमो धर्मः in Hindustan’s politics against the British rulers. अहिंसा परमो धर्मः is only first half of a Vedic shlok. The second half part of the Vedic shlok is धर्म हिंसा तथैव च ॥ This says that to use violence to protect Dharma, that is to protect innocents’ lives, lands, women, honor and dignity, and freedom and liberty against the demoniac forces, is also a supreme principle. Gandhi totally neglect this “धर्म हिंसा तथैव च” Vedic teaching. This made the inherently non-violent Hindus tolerant like stones against Muslims.
It is well-known that the Britishers quit Hindustan in 1947 because of Subhaschandar Bose and his Azad Hind Fauj, and the possibility of mutiny by the Hindus in their military, and not because of Gandhi. That is why Modi has put Bose’s huge statue in Delhi recently.
I request Vedic temples’ to influence politics or people by sharing Vedic teachings from the scriptures, and talk about those who acted per Dharma principle and influenced politics positively, e. g. Krishna, Buddha, Rishabdev, etc.
Krishna acted per this Vedic teaching अहिंसा परमो धर्मः। धर्म हिंसा तथैव च ॥ When Arjun, out of compassion, said he does not want to fight, Krishna convinced him that he must fight per his Kshatriya Dharma. Therefore, in any Vedic temple-events to assert Hindus’ political presence in the USA, they should talk about Krishna and the supreme principles, and not Gandhi because Gandhi was not a Vedic authority or God.
Below are more facts to forget Gandhi, and remember and talk about Krishna and Bhagavad Gita.
So, I request temple leaders to not talk about Gandhi, but talk about Vedic dharma personalities and Vedic Dharma principles to influence politics in the USA or anywhere.
Below link has many articles in support of what I wrote above.
Remember that a majority decision of a Hindu group cannot change the eternal Dharma principles, and no decision should go against Dharma principles.
Dharma is only one, and it is all inclusive and universal, the सनातन धर्म .
Islam is an exclusive asuric desert मजहव, and Christianity is an exclusive religion.
A Talk on Gita and Bhaagavat
ॐ अज्ञान तिमिरान्धस्य .. ..
हे कृष्ण हे करुणासिंधू .. ..
वांछा कल्पतरुभ्यास् च .. ..
Why should we talk on Gita and Bhaagavat on Janmastami?
Balkrishna bhakti is wonderful, but we also need to know what Krishna tells us in Gita. Without knowing Krishna’s message and the spiritual science given in Gita we cannot live per Dharma correctly. So, please congratulate the temple leadership and Rajubhai for adding a talk on Gita in Janmastami celebration the first time.
Dharma is only one, the Sanaatan Dharma, or Vedic Dharma, or Hindu Dharma is all inclusive.
Islaam is a majhab, and Christianity is a religion; and they are exclusive and dogmatic.
Today I am tasked to talk on Gita as well as Srimad Bhagavat. I will share with you some information that you might already know, but it is good to repeat, especially for the new generation who have the responsibility to carry forward our Vedic dharma and culture.
Gita is a chapter in Mahabharat written by Vyasdev, and it is also known as Gitopanishad.
Bhagavat is one of the 18 Puranas (Vedic history books) also written by Vyasdev.
Gita has 700 verses that provide the summary of the 20,000 Veda mantras.
Bhagavat contains 12 Books, 382 chapters, and 18,000 verses.
The 10th book is full of Krishna Lilas (divine pastimes.)
In Gita, the Supreme Personality of Godhead Krishna informs us, the mankind, about Himself.
In Bhagavat many Devas, Devis, rishis, and great spiritual personalities talk about Krishna.
Gita and Bhagavat both provide the same message of the Veda.
Gita provides the Veda’s message philosophically,
and the Bhagavat provides the same message, but in story forms.
Gita, Bhagavat, and the Veda are not mythology. These scriptures inform us, in one way or other, about the Absolute Truth, which is an aspect Krishna, the Supreme God. So, to say that Puranas, or the Vedic scriptures, are mythology is a serious insult to the Hindus; and anyone who says so, or believes so, cannot derive any benefit from the Vedic scriptures.
A Dharma practicing Hindu should never listen about dharma from a non-Hindu or one who hates Hindu dharma. The authentic sources for knowing Dharma are three:
Krishna first spoke Gita to the Sun god, who then spoke to Manu the father of mankind, who spoke to King Ikshvaahu. Over time the knowledge became almost lost, so Krishna spoke Gita last to Arjun 5123 years ago. (-Gita 4.1)
Brahmaa’s first sons, the four Sanat Kumaras, spoke Bhagavat to the Brahmaa’s youngest son Naarad. There is a story why Naarad spoke Bhagavat to Vyasdev.
From Vyasdev his mahaa-vairaagi son Sukasev Goasami heard Bhagavtam. Sukadev Goswami was totally dethatched from the worldly attractions and desires.
There is a story why Sukadev spoke Bhagavat to Maharaaja Parikshit, the son of Abhimanyu, and grandson of Arjun. Suta Goswami heard Bhagavat the same time and place from Sukadev.
The last time the Bhagavat was spoken was in the Naimishaaranya forest by Suta Goswami.
There in the forest a great mass of sages had gathered under the leadership of Shaunak to perform a 1000-year yagna/satsanga to pacify the bad effects of Kaliyug that just had started.
Shaunak had invited Suta Goswami to do Bhagavat kathaa for the assembly.
Why Krishna spoke Gita to Arjun?
.. .. युद्धाय कृत निश्चय॥ So, fighting and winning over the asuras is a part of Dharma.
अहिंसा परमो धर्मः। धर्म हिंसा तथिव च ॥
The Buddhists Burma had to fight against the asuras; and they have taken away the asuras’ voting rights. Buddhism and Jainism are good to practice only till there is peace in the nation and vicinity.
Dalai Lama lost Tibet to China because of non-violence principle. 98,000 Kashmiri Hindus lost everything in 1990. The asuras expelled them out of Kashmir overnight.
द्वौ भूतसर्गौ लोकेस्मिन् दैव आसुर एव च। – Gita 16.6
In the current times there are many asuric forces within and without Hindustan who are unitedly working against the Hindus and Hindu culture in pre-planned ways. In the last 1000 years the Hindus and Hindustan are suffering immensely from the forcibly invaded foreign majhab. You should see the documentary movie – The Kashmir Files. We the Hindus tolerated it so longtime in the false hope that if we be good to them, they will be good to us also, and the false thinking that all religions are same. Now we and the world are awakening.
.. .. अशांतस्य कुतः सुखन्॥ – Gita 2.66
One cannot accomplish anything if one does not feel shaanti / peace.
The asuras constantly destroy our peace in many ways. The Gazva-e-Hind jihad war by the asuras / mlechchhas is imposed on the Hindus and Hindustan since a few centuries. Innocent Hindus are being killed almost every day by their best asur friends or customers.
So, then we need to fight first to establish peace before we can do any dharma-saadhnaa or yog.
शरीरम् आद्यम् खलु धर्म साधमन् ॥ So, we need to maintain our body, mind, and intelligence healthy. You cannot do any dharma-saadhna or yog when “the house is on fire,” that is when you are terrified.” Therefore, we first need to establish peace sequentially within ourselves, in our family, neighborhood, city, state, nation, and finally in the world. If peace is lost at any level, we need capability to re-establish it.
अधिष्ठानम् तथा कर्ता .. .. (-Gita 18.14) To do any saadhnaa (dharma practice/yog) a secure place is required.
How to prepare for winning over the asuras in a variety of situations?
Each of the four Vedic varNa need to fight asuras per its own varna-dharma.
All the varnas need to stay united respectfully supporting each other, and act with unity to win.
संघे शक्ति कलौ॥
धर्मः रक्षितः रक्षति॥
In some situations, one needs to act per to another varna’s dharma temporarily. That dharma-karma then is called one’s aapad-dharma. E.g., A brahmin Parashuram became a Kshatriya who single handedly killed most of the Kshatriyas of the world who were not living per their kshatriya-dharma and had become asuric. ChaaNakya is another example.
You know that most of the Vedic deva devis keep arms. So, we should begin keeping arms, and get well-trained to use arms; and know well when to use arms and when not. We have the right to keep arms for self-protection. Police cannot reach in time to protect most of the individuals. So, each person is responsible to stay prepared for self-protection.
First preparation is the mental preparation, without it no arms can help. So, the Hindus groups need to do some chosen activities periodically for mental preparation.
What information is in Bhagavat?
A Bhagavat-chapter describes fully what is in a PuraaN.
Many times, it has stories within stories.
In the 12th Book, it tells the number of verses in each of the 18 Puranas.
Information about God
Many incarnations of God and their deeds
Stories of many Vedic king who ruled over the world per dharma
Genecology of kings and god’s avataaras
Information about Bhakti yog, Gyan yog, Karma yog, Kriyaa yog, etc.
Space travel and its effect on time
Pastimes of Krishna
How God created the universe
Information about the four varna-dharmas
Prediction of the incarnation of Buddha and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu,
and Kalki avatar that has not happened yet
Predicted symptoms and effects of Kali yug, that we see are coming true
Information about the 9th incarnation of Vishnu as Rishabh Dev, the aadi Tirthankar of Jainism.
Characteristics and length of the four yugas (satyug, tretaayug, dwaaparyug, and kaliyug)
Dharma is described as a bull with four legs:
Gyan and Vairagya are described as two sons of Bhakti.
As time moves from 1st Satyug (the best) to 4th Kaliyug (the worst), one leg is lost. In Kaliyug only the satya stays and gradually keeps diminishing.
That means no accomplishment in Kali if no promise is truthfully kept.
Bhagavat is very dear scripture to the VishNu or Krishna Bhaktas.
All kind of yogis love Bhagavad Gita.
Bhagavat describes how to plan and execute Bhagavat Saptaah (7-day Bhagavat kathaa program.)
Rich Vaishnavas do saptaah program in grand way, giving joy to the whole attending community.
So, when you are invited to attend Bhagavat saptaah, attend it joyfully.
Usually, such programs are open to all.
Hindus (any human) should read Gita, even for 5-10 minutes or more, everyday regularly.
One should listen Bhagavat kathaa at least once life,
and should also do pilgrimage to Vrindavan once in life.
Thanks for listening.
Jaya sri Krishna!
॥ जनसंख्या नियंत्रण के बारेमे ॥
हिन्दुस्तान मे जनसंख्या नियंत्रण का कानून जल्द क्युं आना चाहिये और विरोधियोको कैसे समज़ाना चाहिये वो यहां बताया गया है। मै अमरिका मे रहने वाला निवृत्त engineer हुं , और मेरे गांव मे सनातनी लोग मुझे एक हिन्दु धर्म प्रवक्ता व पुरोहित सुरेश व्यास के नाम से जानते है।
पहले देख लेते है कि भगवद गीता मे क्या कहा है। जनसंख्या का विष्फ़ोट होने से अधर्म बढता है।
“अधर्म की प्रबलता के साथ हे कृष्ण! कुल की स्त्रियां दूषित हो जाती हैं और स्त्रियों के दुराचारिणी होने से हे वृष्णिवंशी! अवांछित संतानें जन्म लेती हैं। अवांछित सन्तानों की वृद्धि के परिणामस्वरूप निश्चय ही परिवार और पारिवारिक परम्परा का विनाश करने वालों का जीवन नारकीय बन जाता है। जल तथा पिण्डदान की क्रियाओं से वंचित हो जाने के कारण ऐसे पतित कुलों के पित्तरों का भी पतन हो जाता है। अपने दुष्कर्मों से कुल परम्परा का विनाश करने वाले दुराचारियों के कारण समाज में अवांछित सन्तानों की वृद्धि होती है और विविध प्रकार की सामुदायिक और परिवार कल्याण की गतिविधियों का भी विनाश हो जाता है।“[i]
ज्यादतर हिन्दु लोग इतना हि बच्च्चे पैदा करते है जितने को वो हिन्दुस्तान के अच्छे नागरिक बना शके। इसलिये कोई हिन्दु जनसंख्या नियंत्रण कानून लानेका विरोध नहि कर रहा है। किन्तु मुसलमान दो कारण से कानून लानेका कडा विरोध है ।
अब ये शोचें कि ये कानून लाने का किसको हक्क है।
हर एक देश के सरकार की जिम्मेवरी है कि वो अपने देश् की जनसंख्या का नियंत्रण करे। इस लिये भारत सरकार का ये हक है।
इस्लाम को विरोध करने की भूमिका निम्न कारणो से नहि है।
अब ये भी सवाल है कि इस्लाम भारत मे बैन नहि है , और इस्लाम नियन्त्रन कि मना करता है तो इसका क्या ?
तो इसका उत्तर ये है कि इस्लाम एक मजहब है, धर्म नहिं है । धर्म तो विश्व मे एक ही है और् वो सनातन धर्म है। कोई भी मानव के लिये वो है। वह बहूत पुराना है। उसके वहूत धर्म शास्त्र है। सभी हिन्दु प्रार्थना ए पूजा ए सब जिवो के कल्याण के लिये है। कहिं भी शास्त्र मे नहि कहा है कि जबरन किसी को हिन्दु बनाओ । जब की इस्लाम कहता है कि सब अन्य धर्मिओ को किसी तरह मार के भी मुसलमान् बनाओ, या कत्ल कर दो। और् हम रोज देख रहे है कि वे कत्ल करते है।
इसलिये हिन्दुस्तानमे जनसंख्या नियंत्रन कानून तुरन्त लाना चाहिये जिससे हिन्दु धर्म बचेगा और् हिन्दु देश भी बचेगा।
ये विडीयो जिसकी निचे भी दी गयि है उसमे हिन्दु धर्मगुरु देवकिनंदन ठाकुर ने कुछ कहा :- ” मुसलमान् लोग हिन्दु की कतल करने का कब रुकेंगे ? अगर वे मेरी जान लेना चाहते है तो लेलें, किन्तु इस्के बदले हिन्दु ओ का शर तन से जुदा करना छोड दें।” देखो ये विडियो। https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJJUepi6OWo
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jaya sri krishna!
From: Swati Goel Sharma < >
Yesterday, I visited a quiet picturesque hill town in Himachal Pradesh. It almost broke my heart that the residents, who until now have led a largely relaxed life, away from the madness of congested cities and urban jungles, are shaken and feeling insecure even inside their homes.
Two weeks ago, a man named Asif Mohammed barged into the house of a minor girl, Prachi Rana, and slit her throat after she resisted him.
This happened in Amb tehsil of Una district in Himachal Pradesh, located at foothills of Shivalik range. The town of Amb derives its name from goddess Amba, who the hill folks revere.
Residents say the murder is an “ultimate signal” to them that radicalization has finally set up base in the hills of Himachal. For the past few years, the largely Hindu population has been witnessing a change amid them. Several new mosques have come up. The existing mosques have become bigger.
Maulanas from as far as Uttar Pradesh and Bihar stay for weeks and months in the mosques. Local Muslims, who are mostly from nomadic tribes such as Gujjar and Bakarwal, have traditionally worshipped Hindus deities including Amba, but are increasingly shunning these practices. They have begun sporting skull cap and burqa. Last year residents had a spat when loudspeakers were mounted atop mosques.
And now the murder.
Is the majority population being paranoid? Or is it alert to a problem that is consuming all of the Indian sub-continent?
Here is my ground report from Amb. Hill towns are not the kind of places where such crimes happen and life moves on, as usual.
Residents are alarmed, and this is just my humble effort to make them heard.
Swati Goel Sharma.