“जिहाद “का जवाब “जिहाद” से देने वाला पहला हिंदू योद्धा तक्षक

From K C Garg < >

“जिहाद “का जवाब “जिहाद” से देने वाला पहला हिंदू योद्धा तक्षक
मुहम्मद बिन कासिम ने सन 712  में भारत पर आक्रमण किया।
वह बेहद क्रूर और अत्याचारी  था।
उसने अपने आक्रमण में एक भी युवा को  जीवित  नहीं छोड़ा।
 
कासिम के इस नरसंहार को 8 वर्ष का बालक तक्षक 
चुपचाप देख रहा था। वही  इस कथा का मुख्य पात्र है।
 
तक्षक के पिता सिन्धु नरेश राजा दाहिर के सैनिक थे।
कासिम की सेना के साथ लड़ते हुए वह वीरगति को प्राप्त हुए थे।
राजा दाहिर के मरने के बाद लूट मार करते हुए अरबी सेना तक्षक के गांव में पहुंची, तो गांव में हाहाकार मच गया।
 
स्त्रियों को घरों से बाहर खींच-खींच कर सरे-आम इज्ज़त लूटी जाने लगी।
भय के कारण तक्षक के घर में सब चिल्ला उठे। तक्षक की दो बहनें डर से कांपने लगीं।
 
 तक्षक की मां सब परिस्थिति भांप चुकी थी। उसने कुछ पल अपने तीनों बच्चों की तरफ देखा। 
उन्हें गले लगा लियाऔर रो पड़ी।
 
अगले ही पल उस क्षत्राणी  ने तलवार से दोनों बेटियों का सिर धड़ से अलग कर दिया। 
उसकी मां ने तक्षक की ओर देखा और तलवार अपनी छाती में उतार ली। 
 
यह सब घटना आठ वर्ष का अबोध बालक “तक्षक” देख रहा था।
वह अबोध बालक अपने घर के पिछले दरवाजे से बाहर निकल कर खेतों की तरफ भागा।
और समय के साथ बड़ा होता गया।
तक्षक भटकता हुआ कन्नौज के राजा “नागभट्ट” के  पास पहुँचा। उस समय वह 25 वर्ष का हो चुका था।
वह नागभट्ट की सेना में भर्ती हो गया।
 
अपनी बुद्धि बल के कारण वह कुछ ही समय में राजा का अंगरक्षक बन गया। 
तक्षक के चेहरे पर कभी न खुशी न गम दिखता था।
उसकी आंखें हमेशा क्रोध से लाल रहतीं थीं। उसके पराक्रम के किस्से सेना में सुनाए जाते थे।
तक्षक इतना बहादुर था कि तलवार के एक वार से हाथी का सिर कलम कर देता था।
 
सिन्धु पर शासन कर रही अरब सेना कई बार कन्नौज पर आक्रमण कर चुकी थी लेकिन हमेशा नागभट्ट की बहादुर सेना उन्हें युद्ध में हरा देती थी।और वे  भाग जाते थे। युद्ध के सनातन नियमों का पालन करते हुए राजा नागभट्ट की सेना इन भागे हुए जेहादियों का पीछा नहीं करती  थी।
 
इसी कारण वे मजबूत होकर बार बार कन्नौज पर आक्रमण करते रहते थे।
एक बार फिर अरब के खलीफा के आदेश  से सिन्धु की विशाल सेना  कन्नौज पर आक्रमण करने आयी।  
 
यह खबर पता चली तो कन्नौज के राजा नागभट्ट  ने अपने सेनापतियों की बैठक बुलाई।      
सब अपने अपने विचार व्यक्त कर रहे थे। 
इतने में महाराजा का अंग रक्षक तक्षक खड़ा हुआ। 
उसने कहा महाराज हमें दुश्मन को उसी की भाषा में ज़बाब देना होगा।
 
एक पल नागभट् ने तक्षक की ओर देखा,
फिर कहा कि अपनी बात खुल कर कहो तक्षक क्या कहना चाहते हो।
 
तक्षक ने महाराजा नागभट्ट से कहा कि अरब सैनिक महा बरबर, जालिम, अत्याचारी, जेहादी मानसिकता के लोग हैं। उनके साथ सनातन नियमों के अनुसार  युद्ध करना अपनी प्रजा के साथ अन्याय होगा।
उन्हें उन्हीं की भाषा में ज़बाब देना होगा।
 
महाराजा ने कहा किन्तु हम धर्म और मर्यादा को कैसे छोड़ सकते हैं “तक्षक”।
तक्षक ने कहा कि मर्यादा और धर्म का पालन उनके साथ किया जाता है जो मर्यादा और धर्म का मर्म समझें। इन राक्षसों का धर्म हत्या और बलात्कार है। इनके साथ वैसा ही व्यवहार करके युद्ध जीता जा सकता है ।
राजा का मात्र एक ही धर्म होता है – प्रजा की रक्षा। राजन: आप देवल और मुल्तान का युद्ध याद करें। मुहम्मद बिन कासिम ने  युद्ध जीता, दाहिर को पराजित किया और उसके पश्चात प्रजा पर कितना अत्याचार किया।
 
यदि हम पराजित हुए तो हमारी स्त्रियों और बच्चों के साथ वे  वैसा ही व्यवहार करेंगे।
महाराज: आप जानते ही हैं कि भारतीय नारियों को किस तरह खुले बाजार में राजा दाहिर के हारने के बाद बेचा गया । उनका एक  वस्तु की तरह भोग किया गया।
महाराजा  ने देखा कि तक्षक की बात से सभा में उपस्थित सारे सेनापति सहमत हैं।
 
महाराजा नागभट्ट गुप्त कक्ष की ओर तक्षक के साथ बढ़े और गुप्तचरों के साथ बैठक  की।
 तक्षक के नेतृत्व में युद्ध लड़ने का फैसला हुआ। अगले ही दिन कन्नौज की सीमा पर दोनों सेनाओं का पड़ाव हो चुका था। आशा थी कि अगला प्रभात एक भीषण युद्ध का साक्षी होगा।
 
आधी रात बीत चुकी थी। अरब की सेना अपने शिविर में सो रही थी। 
अचानक ही तक्षक के नेतृत्व में एक चौथाई सेना अरब के सैनिकों पर टूट पड़ी।
जब तक अरब सैनिक संभलते तब तक मूली गाजर की तरह हजारों अरबी सैनिकों को तक्षक की सेना मार चुकी थी। किसी हिंदू शासक से रात्री  युद्ध की आशा अरब सैनिकों को न थी। सुबह से पहले ही अरबी सैनिकों की एक चौथाई सेना मारी जा चुकी थी। बाकी सेना भाग खड़ी हुई। 
 
जिस रास्ते से अरब की सेना भागी थी उधर राजा नागभट्ट अपनी बाकी सेना के साथ खड़े थे। सारे अरबी सैनिकों को मौत के घाट उतार दिया। एक भी सैनिक नहीं बचा। युद्ध समाप्त होने के बाद राजा नागभट्ट वीर तक्षक को ढूंढने लगे।
 
वीर तक्षक वीरगति को प्राप्त हो चुका था। उसने अकेले हजारों जेहादियों को मौत की नींद सुला दिया था।
राजा नागभट ने वीर तक्षक की भव्य प्रतिमा बनवायी।
 कन्नौज में आज भी उस बहादुर तक्षक की प्रतिमा विद्यमान है।
 
यह युद्ध सन् 733 में हुआ था। उसके बाद लगभग 300 वर्ष तक अरब से दूसरे  किसी  आक्रमणकारी को आक्रमण करने की हिम्मत नहीं हुई।
 
यह इतिहास की घटना है जो सत्य पर आधारित है।
 
जागो हिन्दू जागो अपनी मातृभूमि की रक्षा करो।
 
राजेन्द्र सिंह आर्य

 

Kashmiri Pundits, the Untold Stories

From: Deva Sarran samaroo < >

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The Saffron Valley of Kashmir stands desolated today as if vultures have descended on the sacred land of mystic splendour. So far legendary Kashmiri Pandits have suffered SEVEN BRUTAL FORCED EXODUSES from their HOMELAND. In 1989-90,  barbarous terrorists hounded the legendary Kashmiri Pandits out of their homes; brutally killed thousands of natives; and, ventured to change the 6000 years old history and culture of Kashmir. The satanic cruelties of the terrorists crossed extreme limits in inhuman behaviour  that even the iconoclast Sikander, bigoted Ali Shah, dogmatic Haider Shah, sectarian Chaks, intolerant Aurangzeb and tyrannical Afghans will be feeling stung in their graves for the native people of Kashmir. But the pretended world bodies, contaminated human rights organizations, pseudo-secularists, self-styled leaders, so-called policy makers, tainted political parties and slack bureaucracy have failed to express serious concern at this great human tragedy of satanic genocide. Kashmiri Pandits are still living in forced exile since last 31 years.

Portuguese Conquest In India

From: Deva Sarran Samaroo < >, is this the questi

Portuguese Conquest In India

AN UNTOLD STORY IN OUR HISTORY BOOKS

TRUE HISTORY OF INDIA

DID YOU KNOW OF THIS STORY ABOUT ABBAKKA CHOWTA 👇👇👇?

The year was 1555. Portuguese colonial power was at its peak in the 1500’s. They destroyed Zamorins of Calicut. Defeated the Sultan of Bijapur.

Took away Daman from the Sultan of Gujarat, Established a colony in Mylapore,

Captured Bombay and made Goa as their headquarters.

And while they were at it, pretty much unchallenged, they even ruined the ancient Kapaleeswarar Temple to build a Church over it.

Their next target, the super profitable port of Mangalore.

Their only bad luck, just 14 kilometers south of Mangalore was the small settlement of Ullal – ruled then by a feisty 30-year-old woman – *RANI ABBAKKA CHOWTA*

Initially, they took her lightly and sent a few boats and soldiers to capture and bring her back to Goa – Those boats never came back.

Shocked and enraged, they sent a huge fleet of ships this time, under the command of much celebrated Admiral Dom Álvaro da Silveira – The admiral soon returned, badly injured and empty handed.

Thereafter, another Portuguese fleet was sent – only a few injured from the crew managed to make it back.

Then the Portuguese went on to capture the Mangalore port and the fort anyways, perhaps planning to tackle Rani Abbakka Chowta from the convenient distance of the Mangalore fort.

After the successful capture of Mangalore, a huge army under João Peixoto, an experienced Portuguese General was sent to Ullal.

The brief was simple: Subjugate Ullal and capture Abbakka Chowta.

The plan was foolproof- there was no way a 30-year-old lady with a few men could withstand the might of an army of thousands with advanced weapons.

*The Portuguese reached Ullal and found it deserted. Abbakka was nowhere in sight.*

_*They roamed around, relaxed and thanked their stars – Just when they were about to call it a victory – Mrs Chowta attacked with 200 of her chosen men – there was chaos all around and many portuguese lost their lives even without a fight. *_

General João Peixoto was assassinated, 70 Portuguese were captured and the rest just ran away.

*So, if you’re Abbakka Chowta, who’s just defeated a large army of aggressors, killed a general, captured fighters and defended her city – What will you do? *

– Rest and enjoy the moment, right?

– Right?    No!

*_Rani Abbakka Chowta, rode with her men towards Mangalore that same night, and laid a siege of the Mangalore fort – She not just broke inside the fort successfully – but assassinated Admiral Mascaren has the Chief of the Portuguese power there and forced the remaining Portuguese to vacate the fort. *_

She didn’t just stop at this but went on to even capture the Portuguese settlement at Kundapura, a full 100 kms, north of Mangalore – Just to make a point.

The Portuguese finally managed to get back at Abbakka Chowta by *convincing her estranged husband, (a traitor) to betray for money. * She was arrested and put in the prison where she revolted again and was killed while trying to escape.

*Lesson from story: It is the local Indians, who themselves are responsible for slavery of our nation for 1000 years by siding with Enemies. *

*Abbakka Chowta was a Jain who fought against the Portuguese for four decades, with an army comprising of both Hindus and Muslims, a full 300 years before the First War of Indian Independence in 1857. *

What did we Indians do to her, as a mark of our respect and gratitude? – We just forgot her.

We didn’t name our girls after her. We didn’t even teach her stories to our kids.

Yes, we did release a Postal Stamp in her name, named a boat after her and erected 2 statues – yes just 2 statues in the whole of India for someone who should be our national hero.

The Indian Coast Guard ship ICGS Rani Abbakka the 1st of a series of five inshore patrol vessels built at Hindustan Shipyard Ltd is named after Abbakka Mahadevi.

We might have got to read a chapter about her in our text books, had she been a European or an American.

Many talk about her being the last Indian to have the power of the agni-ban. In all this cacophony, our generation has lost a great hero – a great source of inspiration.

Still wondering why you’ve not heard about her yet?

 

A rare peep into horrific life at the “Partition”,1947.

From: Rajput < >

A rare peep into life at “Partition”,1947.

All such personal stories are invaluable since they point to “who is who” in our midst, or neighborhood, and who will do WHAT when the “chips are down”.

 
Such true and honest accounts make us (PEOPLE) prepare for the worst when the “Sarkaar” fails, falls, or is seen standing among the “KAURAVAS” (the asuras), as it happened in 1947.
 
 They are all the more important since the governments of the time feed only good news to keep the voters in humor in order to get votes. Moreover they lean heavily on the old well-established icons like “Gandhi” in order to convey the impression that they served the nation well. They avoid mentioning the word, “Partition”!

 
PEOPLE need to write down these accounts whenever they appear. It is for the sake of self preservation. We were surprised and punished in 1947 for only one crime, IGNORANCE OF HISTORY. “Partition” will soon fall into “history”. The traitors who betrayed our United India, perhaps encouraged by our masters from the UNITED Kingdom, are not only forgotten but revered and worshiped. Hence it is vital to WELCOME such frank and true accounts. (E-mail below). 
 
Israel has done the honorable thing: to establish HOLOCAUST MUSEUMS to keep such accounts safe for ever. Hindus (and Sikhs) need to catch up with them in this respect. What’s the reason that neither State nor Center (governments) in Bharat “deny” Partition. Is the reputation and image of MK Gandhi ABOVE Bharat Mata? (It seems so to the whole world!)
 
rajput
16 August 2020

—–Original Message—–
From: ‘Ishwinder Singh’ < >
Sent: Sun, 16 Aug 2020 10:30
Subject: [learning-zone] As mobs came, the women chose death over dishonour

Aware of the looming threat, the villagers started arming themselves in the spring of 1947; even women were asked to renounce ornaments and take up arms.
Written by Kamaldeep Singh Brar | Amritsar | Published: August 15, 2020 1:28:22 pm
Kartar Kaur, Sawinder Kaur, Kesra Devi, Shakuntla, Harbanso….
The list of the brave women who chose death over dishonor during Partition is long indeed. Inscribed on a plaque installed at the Golden Temple, their names are synonymous with valor. Daughters, mothers and sisters of Bhuller village, now in Pakistan, they fought the army of rioters that descended on their village in August 1947 when freedom from the British was accompanied by the division of Punjab. Finally outnumbered, some jumped into the wells of their homes while others had themselves shot by their menfolk.
Their stories would have gone untold, had it not been for Dr Virsa Singh, a graduate of Government Medical College, Amritsar, who was then posted as chief surgeon at the Multan dispensary. A badly wounded Dr Singh managed to flee to Amritsar, and sure of his death, recorded a detailed statement of the bloodshed that took place at the village. As luck would have it, the doctor, whose wife Kartar Kaur and daughter Sawinder Kaur died at Bhuller, survived to run a flourishing practice near Jallianwala Bagh, and wrote a 52-page first-person account of the horrors that visited his village in Sheikhupura district.
What happened at Bhuller
A large, prosperous Sikh-majority village in Shekhupura district of Pakistan, Bhuller was rendered vulnerable by a network of canals that separated it from other Sikh-majority villages. Aware of the looming threat, the villagers started arming themselves in the spring of 1947; even women were asked to renounce ornaments and take up arms. Well-trained men formed ‘shahidi jathas’ who were to deter any attacks by goons. A moat was also dug around the boundary of the village habitation. As tension built up, some Hindu families from nearby villages too took shelter with them. But even though they were prepared, the support given to the army of marauders by the local police and army proved to be their undoing.
Dr Virsa recounted how the local police, instead of guarding them, took away their weapons. But in the midst of this wave of hate, a Muslim panchayat of neighboring Sran village promised to protect their life and property on August 28, 1947. Together, they formed what they called a ‘Sialkotia brotherhood’.
Nambardar Mohammad Khan of Vahle village told Dr Virsa Singh how the government machinery had given rioters a free hand till September 1, and the air was agog with rumors that poor Muslims would be given the land of rich Sikh landowners.
The first group of rioters attacked the village on the wee hours of August 31. The brave villagers used crude homemade bombs to beat them back. However, the rioters reassembled on September 1, and this time they were backed by the local police with weapons.
It was then that Dr Virsa Singh’s wife and daughter asked him to shoot them dead. In the melee that followed, many women committed suicide by jumping into the wells in their courtyards.
What followed was a bloodbath. Three Sikhs-Mool Singh, Vajinder Singh and Gupal Singh-managed to escape thanks to one Sher Mohammad, who hid them in his house.
Just when all seemed over, Balwant Kaur of Marur Kalan village across the canal led a jatha of Sikh warriors to the village. This group forced the rioters to flee. That is how Virsa Singh lived to tell the tale.
Then Akali leader Master Tara Singh took special care of these families, and ensured they were given land near Batala. Some women and children, who were kidnapped by rioters, were rescued within the next one year with the help of the Pakistan government. But there were many who never came back.
Kulwant Singh, who was just four when Bhuller was attacked, visited the village in 2004 to a different kind of reception. “A Muslim family living in our house greeted me warmly, now we remain in touch. But we have never broached the topic of Partition.”
On his part, Kulwant Singh holds an annual ‘Shahidi Jor Mela’ on August 31 along with other families who survived the attack. As they say, heroes never die.