Monday, 11 February 2013

This Article disclose the hidden reality of Hinduism.

a)Sex Verses in Hindu-Scriptures.
b)Women in Hinduism
c)Caste system in Hinduism.
d)Scientific Errors in Hinduism.
e)Evidence from Newspaper.

a)Sex Verses in Hindu-Scriptures.

Brahma’s daughter Sarasvati said to herself,“After begetting me from his own body, how could he 
copulate(Sex) with me? I know — I’ll hide myself.’ So she became a cow. But he(brahma) became a bull and copulated(Sex) with her. From their union cattle were born. Then she became a mare, and he a stallion; she became a female donkey, and he, a male donkey. And again he copulated with her, and from their union one-hoofed animals were born. Then she became a female goat, and he, a male goat; she became an ewe, and he,a ram. And again he copulated with her, and from their union goats and sheep were born. In this way he created every male and female pair that exists, down to the very ants.… Then he churned like this and, 
using his hands, produced fire from his mouth as from a vagina. As a result the inner sides of both these
— the hands and the mouth — are without hair, for the inside of the vagina is without hair.”— Brhadaranyaka Upanisad 1:4:2-6.

Then the host, while praying to the horse says: "O horse, please throw semen on the upper part of the anus of my wife. Expand your penis and insert it in the vagina because after insertion, this penis makes women happy and lively" - Yajur veda 23/21. 

For example consider the following hymn: "All wife of the host reciting three mantras go round the horse. While praying, they say: 'O horse, you are, protecter of the community on the basis of good qualities, you are, protecter or treasure of happiness. O horse, you become my husband.'" - Yajur Veda 23/19.

"After the animal is purified by the priest, the principal wife sleeps near the horse and says: 'O Horse, i extract the semen worth conception and you release the semen worth conception'" - Yajur Veda 23/20. 

The horse and principal wife spread two legs each. Then the Ardhvaryu(priest) orders to cover the oblation place, raise canopy etc. After this, the principal wife of the host pulls penis of the horse and puts it in her vagina and says: "This horse may release semen in me." -Yajur Veda 23/20. 

In the vedic age, the customs of polygamy was prevalent. Each wife spent most of the time devising ways 
and means to become favourite to her husband. Clear references are available in 'Rig Veda', (14/45),' and Atharva Veda (3/81)' Custom of Polygamy 

The Aryans in those days used to attack the original inhabitants of this place, or other tribe within their own race; loot them and snatch away their women. Thus, militant and wicked men had more wives. This custom of polygamy helped a great deal in bringing down the women. In 'Rig Ved' (10/59) it is written that Lord Indra had many queens that were either defeated or killed by his principal wife. 

In 'Aitrey Puran', preachings of 'Rig Veda', (33/1), there is a reference to the effect that Harish Chandra had one hundred Wives. 'Yajur Veda' in the context of 'Ashva Medha' (Horse Sacraficing ceremony), says that many wives of Harish Chandra participated in the 'Yagyna' (religious sacrafice). 
In 'Shatpath Puran(Shatpath Brahmin)', preachings (13/4/1/9), of the Veda, it is written that four wives do service in 'Ashva Megha'. 

In another Puran (Tatiraity Brahamin, 3/8/4), it is written that wives are like property. Not only one man had many wives (married and slave girls), but there were cases of many men having a joint wife. It is 
confirmed from the following hymn in 'Atharva Veda': 

"O men, sow a seed in this fertile women" - Atharva Veda 14/1 
Both these customs clearly show that a women was treated like a moving property. The only difference between the two customs was that whereas according to former one man had a number of movable properties, in the latter, women a joint movable property. 'Vedas' also sanction 'Sati Pratha'

"Brahma desired Sarasvati and went to her, asking her to stay with him. She, being his daughter, 
was furious at this and said,'Your mouth speaks inauspiciously and so you will always speak in a 
contrary way.' From that day, Brahma's fifth head always spoke evilly and coarsely. Therefore one 
day when Siva was wandering about with Parvati and came to see Brahma, Brahma's four heads
 praised Siva but the fifth made an evil sound. Siva, displeased with the fifth head, cut it off. The skull 
remained stuck fast to Siva's hand, and though he was capable of burning it up, Siva wandered the
 earth with it for the sake of all people, until he came to Benares." -- Siva Purana, Jnanasamhita 49:65-80.


Samba's mischief and that of the women combine here in one neat episode: he misbehaves with them. 
Thus the destruction of the race of the Yadus (Yadavas) is blamed on Krsna's wives, on Krsna's son, 
and on the rage of Krsna himself:

"One day Narada came to Dvaraka to see Krsna. All the Yadu boys received him with respect, but Samba, 
proud of his young beauty and deluded by the fated, inevitable force of the curse, disregarded Narada.
 To teach Samba a lesson, Narada told Krsna that all of Krsna's sixteen thousand wives were in love with 
Samba. Samba (Krsna's son) was summoned, and the women, whose minds were blurred by wine, 
showed unmistakable signs of passion when Samba appeared. Furious, Krsna cursed them to be carried off
 by barbarians after his death, and he cursed Samba to be afflicted with leprosy. Therefore the women were 
carried away under the very eyes of Arjuna. Later, Samba remembered what had happened before, and as 
he was impelled by inevitable fate, he enraged the sage Durvasas and prompted the curse that destroyed 
his whole family." -- Samba Purana 3:6-55; Bhavisya Purana 1:72-73.

What does Sita look like? Is she sexy? The demon Ravana apparently thought so & kidnapped her. The Ramayana gives an unnecessarily detailed description of Sita; the raksasa Ravana's description of Sita is the following:

"[Ravana:] 'Who are you, golden woman dressed in garments of yellow silk, wearing a lovely lotus garland, and like a lotus pond yourself? Are you the goddess Modesty or Fame? Are you Sri or lovely Laksmi or perhaps an apsaras, lovely lady? Could you be Prosperity, shapely woman, or easygoing Pleasure? … Your hips are full and broad, your thighs smooth as an elephant's trunk. And these, your delightful breasts, how round they are, so firm and gently heaving; how full and lovely, smooth as two palm fruits, with their nipples standing stiff and the rarest gems to adorn them.' " -- Ramayana 3:44:15-19.

Pushan is the lover of his sister [ Rig Veda VI.55.4 ] [ Apte 11 ]

Agni is the lover of his own sister [ Rig Veda X.3.3 ] [ Apte 11 ]

Ashvins are referred to as the sons of Savitar and Ushas who are
brother and sister [ Apte 11 ]

The Ashvisns married Surya and Savitri who is their sister [ Rig Veda
I.116.19 ]

Agni is the son of his father and his sister [ Rig Veda.I.91.7 ]

Yama wards off his sister Yami, saying marriage between brother and
sister is forbidden [ Rig .Veda .X.10 ] [ Apte 11 ]

Father-daughter *** occurs in the famous story of Prajapati (later identified with Brahma, in tunr incorporated as an incarnation of Vishnu) and his daughter [ Rig Veda III.31.1-2 ].
Moreover, this was punished.

Prajapati is thought to have done something wrong, and Prajapati waspierced by Agni as a punishment [ Sat.Br. XIII.9 ] [ Apte 63 ].

From Lord Indra to Lord Siva to Lord Rama to Lord Krsna, the characters & their families are utterly
dysfunctional and sexually perverted.

 8. On seeing his beautiful daughter Padma, Brahma was sexually excited. He wooed his daughter and wanted to copulate with her. How could a daughter give consent to her own father? Padma refused. Brahma could not give up his desire. He began to quote the Vedas to convince her that there was nothing wrong in having sex with anyone, anytime, anywhere for the sake of giving birth to a child. " 
-- ( Puran ) 

This is the Vedic verse Brahma quoted to justify incest : Mathara Mupathya, susara Mupatithe, Puthrartheetha. Sagamarthi, Napathra loka, nasthee thath. Saravam paravo vindu ha, dasmath Puthrar tham. 
Matharam suransathee Rehathee 
- ( Vedas, cited in Puran ) 

Translated this verse means " This is the sanskrit sloka Brahma quoted to his daughter. The sacred verse enjoins, that for the sake of a child one can enjoy her own sister or daughter, without any sin attached to it. 
( Puran )" 

References to this practice abound. Often the girls were unwilling, but were then forced by their brothers/fathers.

References abound even in the Rig Veda, showing that the perversion of
brother-sister *** was introduced by the ancient Hindus:


"Formerly the gods lusted for Gautama's wife and raped her, for their wits were destroyed by lust. Then they were terrified and went to the sage Durvasas [an incarnation of Siva], who said, 'I will remove all your defilements with the Satarudriya Mantra [an ancient Saiva prayer].' Then he gave them ashes which they smeared upon their bodies, and their sins were shaken off." -- Padma Purana 4:101:174-9.

 lap is a sacrificial altar; her hairs, the sacrificial grass; her skin, the soma-press.
 The two labia*(lips) of the vulva are the fire in the middle." [Brhad-Âranyaka Upanisad, 6.4.3]
"This man (ama) am I; that woman (sâ), thou!
That woman, thou; this man am I!
I am the Sâman; thou, the Rig!
I am the heaven; thou, the earth!
Come, let us two together clasp!
Together let us semen mix,
A male, a son for to procure!" [Brhad-Âranyaka Upanisad, 6.4.20]

Rig-Veda   10.61.5-7,  1.71.5  ,  1.71.8  ,   1.164.33

As his penis was stretched out in eagerness for the act of a man, the manly one pulled back. 
He drew back again from the maiden, his daughter, that tireless phallus which had been thrust in. 
As they were in the midst of the very act of union, when the father was satisfying his desire for the
 younger girl, the two of them left a little of the out-flowing seed shed upon the back of the earth in
 the womb of good deeds. When the father shed his seed in his own daughter, he split his seed 
on the earth as he united with her. The benevolent gods created sacred speech and fashioned
 Rudra Vastospati, the protector of sacred rites….. As Agni made the seed for the great father,
 heaven  , he entered into the womb, having noticed that she was inclined to him. The hunter shot
 an arrow at him boldly. The god satisfied his lust in his own daughter….As the heat of passion 
came to the king for his enjoyment, heaven laid aside on the ground the seed that had been spilt. 
Agni caused to be born the blameless benevolent group of youth and made them great…. Heaven
 is my father, the engenderer, the navel here. My mother is this wide earth , my close kin , Between
 these two outstretched bowls is the womb (it is translated as womb literally Vagina-yoni ) in it the
 father placed his daughter’s embryo. [Translated by Wendy Doniger in her Book Hindu Myths on page 26  

Rama’s description of Sita’s beauty which is lewdly detailed (refer to C.R.
Srinivasalyengar’s translation of Aryana Kandam, Chapter 46).

Ramayana also recounts the “story of King Dasharatha”, who in order to have a
baby son, made a big sacrrifice (yaham) of sheep, cattles, horses, birds and
snakes. He then delivered his three wives Kaushaliya, Sumatirai and Kaikeyi to
three priests. These holy men, having fully satisfied their carnal desire,
returned the ladies to the King. By this means, the king was able to have three
sons – Ram, Lakshman and Bharat (Bala kandam, Chapter 14.

Aranya Kandam, Chapter 45, Verses 122, 123, 124 and 125).

eeped. May I regain my virility, my ardour, my passion; let the fire and the fire-mounds each return to its place.' As he recites this he should take the semen with his thumb and ring finger and rub it between his breasts or brows. If, moreover, he sees his reflection in water, let him address it thus: 'May vigour, virility, fame, wealth, and merit remain in me!' Surely a woman who has changed her clothes at the end of her menstrual period is the most auspicious of women. When she has changed her clothes at the end of her menstrual period, therefore, one should approach that splendid woman and invite her to have sex. Should she refuse to consent, he should bribe her. If she still refuses, he should beat her with a stick or with his fists and overpower her, saying: 'I take away the splendour from you with my virility and splendour.' And she is sure to become bereft of splendour. If, on the other hand, she accedes to his wish, he should say: 'I confer splendour on you with my virility and splendour.' And then they are both sure to become full of splendour. If he wants her to love him, he should slip his penis into her, press his mouth against hers, and stroke her vagina as he softly recites: 'From my body you spring — from every inch! Born from my heart, you are my body's pith! Make her crazy about me, as if she's been hit with a dart carrying a poisoned tip.' If he does not want her to become pregnant, he should slip his penis into her, press his mouth against hers, blow into her mouth and suck back the breath, as he says: 'I take back the semen from you with my virility and semen.' And she is sure to become bereft of semen. If, on the other hand, he wants her to become pregnant, he should slip his penis into her, press his mouth against hers, suck in the breath first, and then blow it back into her mouth, as he says: 'I deposit the semen in you with my virility and semen.' And she is sure to become pregnant. In case someone's wife has a lover whom he hates, this is what he should do. He should place some fire in an unbaked pot, spread out a bed of reeds, arranging them in a way that is the reverse of the normal, apply ghee to the tips of those reeds, again in an order that is the reverse of the normal, and offer them in that fire, as he recites…." — Brhadaranyaka Upanisad 6:4:4-12.

Quran is different  as Allah says,''And do not approach unlawful sexual intercourse. Indeed, it is ever an 
immorality and is evil as a way.(Surah Isra 17:32)

Allah also says,''O Prophet, when the believing women come to you pledging to you that they will not associate anything with Allah , nor will they steal, nor will they commit unlawful sexual intercourse, nor will 
they kill their children, nor will they bring forth a slander they have invented between their arms 
and legs, nor will they disobey you in what is right - then accept their pledge and ask forgiveness
 for them of Allah . Indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.(Al-Quran 60:12)

b)Women in Hinduism

"Tasmat striyam jatam parasyanti ut pumamsam haranti" 
" Hence they rejet a female child when born, and take up a male." 
--[ Taitt. Samh. VI.5.10.3 ][ Muir I 26 ] 

'Rig Veda' itself says that a women should beget sons. The newly married wife is blessed so that she could have 10 sons. So much so, that for begetting a son, 'Vedas' prescribe a special ritual called 'Punsawan sanskar' (a ceremony performed during third month of pregnancy). During the ceremony it is prayed: 
"Almighty God, you have created this womb. Women may be born somewhere else but sons should be born from this womb" - Atharva Ved 6/11/3 

"O Husband protect the son to be born. Do not make him a women" - Atharva Ved 2/3/23 

In 'Shatpath Puran (shatpath Brahman)' a sonless women has been termed as unfortunate. 

'Rig Veda' censures women by saying: "Lord Indra himself has said that women has very little intelligence. She cannot be thaught" - Rig Ved 8/33/17 

At another place it is written: "There cannot be any friendship with a women. Her heart is more cruel than heyna" - Rig Ved 10/95/15. 

'Yajur Ved (Taitriya Sanhita)'m- "Womns code says that the women are withouth energy. They should not get a share in property. Even to the wicked they speak in feeble manner" - Yajur Ved 6/5/8/2 

Shatpath Puran, preachings of the 'Yajur Veda' clubs women, 'shudras' (untouchables), doga, crows together and says falsehood, sin and gloom remain integrated in them. (14/1/1/31) 

“And whilst not coming into contact with Sûdras and remains of food; for this Gharma is he that shines yonder,and he is excellence, truth, and light; but woman, the Sûdra, the dog, and the black bird (the crow), are untruth:he should not look at these, lest he should mingle excellence and sin, light and darkness, truth and untruth.”(Satapatha Brahmana 14:1:1:31)

Women are dumb !

“Indra himself hath said, The mind of woman brooks not discipline, her intellect hath little weight.”
(Rig Veda 8:33:17)

they could not discern the world of heaven, they saw this (cup) for the wives, they drew it; then indeed did they discern the world of heaven; in that (the cup) for the wives is drawn, (it serves) to reveal the world of heaven.Soma could not bear being drawn for women; making the ghee a bolt they beat it, they drew it when it had lost its power; therefore women are powerless, have no inheritance, and speak more humbly than even a bad man”(Yajur Veda – Taittiriya Samhita 6:5:8:2)

A wife without a son is a discarded wife !

“And on the following day he goes to the house of a discarded (wife), and prepares a pap for Nirriti;–a discarded wife is one who has no son. He cooks the pap for Nirriti of black rice, after splitting the grains with his nails. He offers it with, ‘This, O Nirriti, is thy share: accept it graciously, hail!’ For a wife that is without a son, is possessed with Nirriti (destruction, calamity)“
(Satapatha Brahmana 5:3:1:13)

Women = Idiots = Animals = Untrustworthy 

“At the time of consultation he should have removed idiots, the mute, blind, or deaf; animals and very old people; women, barbarians, and those who are ill or who lack a part of the body.”“(Such) despicable (persons), likewise animals and especially women betray secret council; therefore he should be cautious among them.”(Manusmrti 7:149-150)

Women r not fit for independence ! 

“Men must keep their women dependent day and night, and keep under their own control those who are 
attached to sensory objects. Her father guards her in childhood, her husband guards her in youth, and her
 sons guard her in old age. A woman is never fit for independence.“
(Manusmrti 9:2-4)

All women think like whores ! 

“Women donot care for beauty, nor is their attention fixed on age (thinking)“It is enough he is a man.”
 They give themselves to the handsome and to the ugly.”“Through their passion for men, through their mutable temper, through their natural heartlessness, they become disloyal to their husbands, however they may be carefully guarded over this.”
(Manusmrti 9:14-15)

But Quran is different Allah says,'' says,''Kill not your children for fear of want: We shall provide sustenance for them as well as for you. Verily the killing of them is a great sin.(Al-qur'an 17:31)

Allah says,''"And when the girl-child buried alive is asked for what sin she was killed."(Al-QURAN 81:8-9)

Allah says,''We have enjoined on man kindness to his parents; in pain did his mother bear him, and in pain 
did she give him birth”. (Al-Qur'an 46:15)

Allah says,'' Indeed, Allah orders justice and good conduct and giving to relatives and forbids immorality and bad conduct and oppression.He admonishes you that perhaps you will be reminded." [An-Nahl: 90].

Sahih Bukhari Volume 7 : Book 62 : Hadith 114 :
Narrated by Abu Huraira: 
The Prophet said, I advise you to take care of the women, for they are created from a rib and the most crooked portion of the rib is its upper part; if you try to straighten it, it will break, and if you leave it, it will remain crooked, so I urge you to take care of the women."

Quran 3:195
1.The Muslim woman has the same right as the Muslim man in all matters including divorce.Quran 3:195
2. She enjoys property and inheritance rights. (Which other religion grants women these rights?). She can also conduct her own separate business.Quran 4:7
3. She can marry any Muslim of her choice. If her parents choose a partner for her, her consent must be taken. Quran 4:24-25
4. The dowry in Islam is a gift from a husband to his wife .Quran 4:4
5. A Muslim widow is allowed to remarry, and her remarriage is the responsibility of the Muslim society. Quran 2:234
6.Mixed marriage is encouraged and is a mean to prevent racism creeping in society.Quran 4:25
7. A Muslim mother (and father) is given the highest form of respect. Quran 17:23
8. Marriage is between consenting adults. Since marriage is  a more significant institution than a financial one which needs maturity, see 4:6. Maturity and understanding is required  for marriage as much.
9.God teaches clearly in the Quran "…do not reverence human beings; you shall reverence Me (God) instead…."  Quran 5:44, 9:18

c)Caste system in Hinduism

"If a man of inferior caste tries to sit down on the same seat as a man of superior caste, he should 
be branded on the hip and banished, or have his buttocks cut off." -- Manusmrti 8:281.

"If a man of one birth (Sudra) hurls cruel words at one of the twice-born, his tongue should
 be cut out, for he was born from the rear-end. If he mentions their name or caste maliciously, 
a red-hot iron nail ten-fingers long should be thrust into his mouth. If he is so proud as to instruct
 priests about their duty, the king should have hot oil poured into his mouth and ears." -- Manusmrti 8:270-272.

"If one who (being a member of the Candala or some other outcaste) must not be touched, 
intentionally defiles by his touch one who (as a member of a twice-born caste) may be touched 
(by other twice-born persons only), he (or she) shall be put to death. If a woman in her courses 
(touches such a person), she shall be lashed with a whip." -- Visnusmrti 5:104-5.

But Quran says,''O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and
 tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is 
the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted.(Surah Hujrat Ayat-13)

d)Scientific Erorrs in Hindu Scriptures

Question:Is earth immovable?

Answer:-Oh Man ! He who made the trembling earth static is Indra. (Rig Ved 2/12/12)

The God who made the earth stable (Yajur Ved 32/6)

Indra protects the wide earth which is immovable and has many forms (Atharv Ved 12/1/11)

Let us walk on the Wide and Static earth (Atharv Ved 12/1/17)

. “Sun is full of light and knows all the human beings, so his horses take him to sky to look at the world” (Rig Ved 1/50/1)

O, Bright sun, a chariot named harit with seven horses takes you to sky” (Rig Ved 1/50/8)

“O, man, the sun who is most attractive, takes round of the earth, on his golden chariot through 
the sky and removes the darkness of the earth” (Yajur Ved 33/43)

Quran says,''"It is He(Allah) who created the night and the day, and the sun and the moon, all (the celestial bodies) 
swim along, each in its orbit with its own motion." (Al-Quran 21:33)

Vedas say The Bull has supported the Sky
“The Bull has supported the sky.” Yajur Ved: 4: 30

The Bull has supported the sky.” Yajur Ved: 14:5

“He who fixed firm the earth that staggered, and set at rest the agitated mountains, who measured out the air's wide middle region and gave the heaven support, he men is indra.”
(Rig Ved 2:12:2) 

Quran is different Allah says,''Al-qur'an says surah Luqman ch.31 v.10 ''He created the heavens without pillars that you see and has cast into the earth firmly set mountains, lest it should shift with you''

“In the beginning rose hiranyagarbha, born only lord of all created beings. He fixed and holds up the earth and the heaven.” (Rig Ved 10:121:1) 

"Firm is the sky and firm the earth, and stedfast also are these hills. Stedfast is all this living world, and stedfast is this king of men.” (Rig Ved 10:173:4) 

"The bull hath propped the sky and air's mid-region, the compass of the broad earth hath he measured."
(Yajur Ved 4:30)

"Both these worlds, vishnu, hast thou stayed asunder, and firmly fixed the earth with pegs around it."
(Yajur Ved 5:16)


NARASINGA PURANA – Page 169 – Abithana Sinthamani – says that the earth is flat. 
Today it has been proved beyond doubt by the scientists that the earth is round.


VISHNU PURANA says that sun is 800,000 miles and moon is 2,200,000 miles away from the earth respectively. 
Astronomy has now proved that the moon is nearer to the earth, i.e. 240,000 miles and that the sun is 93,000,000 miles away from the earth.


MARKANDEYA PURANA says that the earth has an area of 4,000,000,000 square miles. 
According to astronomy, it is only 190,700,000 square miles.


The Vedas say that the cow is holy and should be worshipped. These Brahmins also claim that cow dung ash 
has medicinal value. Samples sent to a leading test laboratory in West Germany have proved this to be untrue. 
Even today ignorant Hindus smear their homes with cow dung.

In India people are dying of hunger. Why are these low caste Hindus prohibited from eating beef?
 In India cow meat is cheaper than other available meats. Instead of these Brahmins taking care
of the low caste peoples of India they are doing their best to save their “holy” cows. According to 
Valmith’s Ramayana, God Rama “ATE” meat. Why then have these Brahmins given up beef-eating?


The Vedas and Puranas say that all Hindus must pray to the sun god SURYA, and that if you look at the sun
 daily every morning with your naked eyes, your sight will improve. Accordingly many Hindus practise this act of worship; but instead of their eyesight improving, India is the country that has the most blind people in the 
world (2.5 million blind people and 9 million with corneal blindness).


Hindus are dumping half-cremated bodies, and the ashes of these corpses, into River Ganges
 for their salvation as ordered by the Hindu scriptures. In other words, the Holy Ganges water is
 a human soup! This has made the Ganges water polluted and a breeding ground for numerous diseases.

39:29 Allah also says,''Allah presents an example: a slave owned by quarreling partners and another belonging exclusively to one man - are they equal in comparison? Praise be to Allah ! But most of them do not know.(Surah Zumar Ayat- 29)

(How can you serve  many master when they  are quarreling with each other?  one say bring this other say don't bring that....on the other side if their is One Master surely we can serve him very easily...)

Allah says,''Had there been within the heavens and earth gods besides Allah , they both would have been ruined. So exalted is Allah ,Lord of the Throne, above what they describe.(Surah 'Anbiya Ayat-22)

(One will say I will shower rain other will say I won't shower rain then they would start fighting with each other.)

12:39 Allah says,''O [my] two companions of prison, are separate lords better or Allah , the One, the Prevailing?(Surah Yusuf Ayat-39)

23:91Allah has not taken any son, nor has there ever been with Him any deity. [If there had been], then each deity would have taken what it created, and some of them would have sought to overcome others. Exalted is Allah above what they describe [concerning Him].(Surah Mumin Ayat- 91)

Intercourse without marriage
A slave-girl was called 'Vadhu' (wife), with whom sexual intercourse could be performed without any kind of marriage ceremony. These girls belonged to the men who had snatched them from the enemies, or who had received them in dowry, or as gifts. Only the man to whom they belonged could have sexual intercourse with them. But some slave-girls were kept as joint property of the tribe or the village. Any man could have sexual relations with them. Thus these girls became prostitutes. In the 'Vedas', prostitutes were called by different names:Atitvri (Yajur Veda 30/15),
Atikdavri (Yajur Veda 30/15),
Apshakdavri (Taitriay Puran Brahmin), 3/4/11/1).

The 'Vedas,' also talk about 'Niyog' the custom of childless widow or woman having sexual intercourse with a person other than her husband to beget a child. In simple words 'Niyog' means sending a married woman or widow to a particular man for sexual intercourse so that she gets a son. Indication of this custom is available in =Rig Veda.'

In 'Aadiparva' of 'Mahabharata' (chapters 95 and 103), it is mentioned that Satyawati had appointed her son to bestow sons to the queens of Vichitrvirya, the younger brother of Bhishma, and as a result of which Dhartrashtra and Pandu were born. Pandu himself had asked his queen, Kunti, to have sexual intercourse with a Brahmin to get a son (Aadi Parva,' chapters 120 to 123).

It has been said in 'Aadi Parva' (chapters 64 and 104), that when Parshu Ram started killing the Kshatriyas, thousands of female Kshatriyas started going to Brahmins to get sons. Similar references are found at other places in 'Mahabharata' also. With regard to 'Niyog', there are detailed discussions at a number of places in other religious books. In 'Rig Veda', 'Niyog' is referred to in the following hymn:
'O Horses, the host performing the yagya is calling his own horse in the same manner in which a widow calls her husband's younger brother.' '(Rig Veda, 10/40/2)'

In an ancient preaching 'Nirkut' the meaning of 'dewar' that is, husband's younger brother, has been given as 'Duvitya Var' that is, the second husband (3/15).

An ancient commentator of 'Manu Smriti' (Manu's Code), Meghatithi has clearly accepted the existence of 'Niyog‘ (quoted from 'Dharam Shastra Ka Itihas', by Bharatratan Mahamahopdhyay, Dr P.V. Kane, Part I, page 341).

Child-producing machines

In the last century, Swami Dayanand Saraswati had claimed to have written a commentary free from defects in the interpretation, of the ancient commentators on the 'Vedas.' Dayanand had not only accepted the prevalence of 'Niyog' but also on the basic of 'smritis' (codes of traditional Hindu laws), discussed 'Niyog' in great detail in the language of the 'Veda mantras' (Vedic hymns). According to him there was a law that a woman or a man could have sexual intercourse with eleven persons. If no child was born from the one, then a woman could go to another. If even then she was unable to beget a child, then she could go to the third and so on till she had intercourse with eleven men (Dayanand's commentary on =Rig Veda', 10/85/45).
In his book 'Leaderi Par plague', Pandit Kalu Ram Shastri has written on Dayanand's discussion on 'Niyog' that his commentary implies that the woman or a man was permitted to have 'Niyog' at all times with eleven other persons and every time after performing 'Niyog', the woman and
man would automatically become entitled to have 'Niyog' with eleven other men and women (page 314).
Woman was sometimes even forced to have sexual intercourse with men in the custom of 'Niyog'. 'Devtas, Rishis, Munis' and 'Brahmins' used to participate in 'Niyog' (see 'Mahabharata Aadi Parv; chapters 64,95,103, 104).

Chastity of woman was not safe

In the name of 'beejdan' (seed donation), they used to have sexual intercourse with issueless women. This was a cruel religious custom and the chastity of women was not safe. The so-called caretakers of the religion were allowed to have sexual intercourse with another man's wife. From 'Niyog pratha', it can be inferred without fear of contradiction that the women were looked upon as mere child-producing machines.
In 'The Position of Women in Hindu Civilization', Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar writes: "Though woman was married to a man, she was considered to be the property of the entire family. But she was not getting share out of the property of her husband, only the son could be the successor to property."
Gajdhar Prasad Baudh says: "No woman of the Vedic age can be treated as pure. Vedic men could not keep even the relations between brother-sister and father-daughter sacred from the oven of rape and debauchery / adultery named 'Niyog'. Under the influence of intoxication of wine, they used to recognise neither sister nor daughter and also they did not keep in mind their relations with them. It is evident from their debauchery and adultery what the miserable plight of women was in the society then. (Refer 'Arya Niti Ka Bhandaphor', 5th edition page 14).

In the 'Vedas' there are instances where daughter was impregnated by her father and the sister by her brother. The following example of sexual intercourse between father and daughter is found in the Rig Veda:
?When father had sexual intercourse with his daughter, then with the help of the earth he released the semen and at that time the righteous Devas (deities) formed this 'Vartrashak (Rudra) Devta' ? (Pledge keeper deity named Rudra) (Rig Veda: 10/61/7)

If after you have slept, your brother and father have sexual intercourse with you at any point of time, then we will make both of them impotent and kill them. If he, being your brother, assaults you like an adulterer and wants to kill your children, then we will kill him.? (Atharva Veda, 20/96/15)

It is evident from hymns that a daughter and sister are complaining to a gentleman, who promises help. If this is the way the brother and father treat their sisters and daughters, then the behaviour of a man towards someone else's wife can be well imagined. Till such a time as these teachings have an overwhelming influence, the improvement in the position and status of the women is next to impossible.
Women: Low grade creatures in the Vedas

From the aforesaid account, it is clear that in the Vedas women have been considered to be low-grade creatures. It is high time we expose these scriptures, preaching such inhuman teachings so that they lose their credibility. Only then can there be a hope of women's liberation, and of the equality between sexes which is guaranteed by the Indian Constitution.

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e)Evidence from Newspaper

 The cruel and brutal treatment of Sudra Blacks by Brahmin whites and other 
Aryans has become institutionalised in the terrorist state of Brahmin-Occupied 
India. The inhuman treatment is amply borne out by the following examples : 
• Harijan women were forced to parade naked in the street. (CURRENT 6-
• A scheduled caste man was severely beaten as his dress happened to 
touch the body of a High Caste Hindu. (TIMES OF INDIA 18-11-84). 
• High caste Hindus threw dead animals and filth in a Harijan well. Police 
took no action. (TIMES OF INDIA 18-11-84)

In accordance with this philosophy of systematic apartheid, MANU
167-272 says: 
" If a Shudra arrogantly teaches Brahmins Dharma, the king shall
cause hot oil to be poured into his mouth and ears. " 
Again MANU 167-272 says: 
" Let the king never slay even a Brahmin though he may have 
committed all possible crimes. "

The tongue of a Shudra, who spoke evil about a BRAHMIN should
be cut off A Shudra who dared to assume a position of equality 
with the first three castes was to be flogged. (Apastambha 
Dharma Sutra III, 10-26)

Why are the so called low caste Hindus financially destitute? Why is India 
economically backward? It is because the Brahmins do not allow others to 
progress. They hold high offices in government, control the news media, 
educational system etc. How could others possibly rise up, and break free of 
the caste system bondage? Needless to say, with all the facilities at their 
disposal they produce brilliant scientists, doctors etc. Assuredly even the low 
caste Hindus could do this if they were provided with the same facilities.

The Times of India reported on 10th May 1987 that Swami Agnivesh, President 
of the Bonded Labour Liberation Front, said that more than 20,000 people, 
mostly Harijans and Adivasis, were still being exploited and were leading the 
lives of slaves in the West Champaran and Gopalganj districts of North Bihar. 
This he proved to the Government with unassailable evidence. These are the 
remnants of the ancient gulags which the Brahmins had established during the 
Brahmanic Dark Ages (1500 BC - 1000 AD) and which chewed up millions of 
Indigenous Indian Sudrans. Pandit Kautilya the Brahmin is the father of this 
horrible system, which he described in his Arthasastra. For thousands of years, 
the Brahmins maintained India as one giant forced labour camp. Such camps 
are abundantly mentioned in copper-plate grants as `agrahara' or `sasana' 
villages, with the land and the indigenous people being granted by kings, along
with the right to `visti' or forced labour extracted from the land-dwellers, 
without the consent of these inhabitants !


THE "Untouchables ARE NOT HINDUS"! So says THE 
"great leader" (India Express April 4, 1989).
Hence, the
Untouchables were till recently not allowed to enter the temple. 
Even to this day, supposed European `converts' to Hinduism are 
not allowed to enter the Puri-Jagannath temple due to their 
`lowly' birth ! 
According to Manu (A Hindu Holy Book) it says: 
• The Shudras belong to the same category as crows, frogs, 
ducks, moles, dogs or transport animals and have the same 
disabilities as members of their category. 
• It is permissible for a member of the high caste to 
expropriate the wealth of a Shudra by deceit. 
• The different castes shall pay interest at different rates, the
lowest will pay the highest rate. 
• A Shudra's witness is not normally to be accepted when 
there is no witness of a "twice-born" person

TULSIDAS, who was a Brahmin and did much to poison the veins of this nation
with Vaishnavism, was the author of the Hindi Ramayana. Due to his nefarious
activities, the virus of Brahmanism penetrated down to the very bones of 
see the Division 
Northern India.... His version of the Ramayan states :
" Even if a Shudra is learned and virtuous, he should not be given
respect and honour. When the British left India, almost all the
industries owned by them were taken over by the Brahmins. So
much so that today they own about 60 % of the leading Industries
in the country.