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Politics / Religion Nov 06, 2015 - 12:44 PM GMT

By: Dr_R_M_Mathew

Politics Had Adolf Hitler been alive, he would have been shocked to know the Jewish or the Israelite connections of the Aryan ideology and Brahmanic Hinduism of India, now propagated and practiced by the RSS and the BJP Government in India. They include cow worshipping, the ban on cow slaughtering and killing beef eaters and those who oppose the RSS ideology besides, reintroduction of the Vedic Practices and projecting the epic heroes as the symbol of the Indian nationalism.   

The Israelite Root of the RSS Ideology

A deeper understanding of the Old Testament of the Bible, especially the Laws of Moses and the his Manuel of War and Terror scattered in the Books of Exodus, Leviticus and Deuteronomy as well as the Ancient Indian Texts such as the Four Vedas and the Laws of Manu or Manu Smirthy help us trace out the striking similarities between the Israelites and the Vedic Hindus on the Priests, Animal Sacrifices, Prayers, Hymns, Eating the Meat, Crime and Punishment, Governance and etc.

It can be seen that the RSS ideologies have been deeply rooted in the faiths and practices of the Israelites who questioned the leadership of Moses, his God, the Ten Commandments and the Promised Land. While the men of Moses moved towards the Land of Canaan, the Israelites who revolted against Moses and worshipped the Golden Bull had marched towards the Land of Hindoos or Indus Valley and the River Sindu in India, as their promised land.

The Semitic Invasion

They invaded the fertile land with horses, spheres, bow and arrows, besides cattle, ploughs and seeds from Egypt, especially rice and wheat. They could easily conquer the original inhabitants, the highly civilized and peace-loving people whose way of life was known as Sanadhana Dharma or a set of eternal principle.  They were non-vegetarians.  A large number of the people, including the great scholars and teachers were forced to move towards the Southern part of India that lead to the spread of Sanadhana Dharma in the rest of India.

 The Semitic Invasion of India resulted in the destruction of the Great Indus Valley Civilization and the establishment of the Vedic or Brahmanic Hinduism as a modified version of the early Judaism at the time of Moses besides codifying the wisdom of the land in a secret language called Sanskrit which was a modified version of the ancient Hebrew using the alphabets and terminology of the land so as to monopolize the entire knowledge by the Priests and their families. The invaders had established their socio-political system, putting them at the upper social ladder either as Priests and Protectors or Warriors who kept a safe distance with the rest of the society without any inter-mingling.

Brahmin-Dominated Caste System

‘Brahma’ was the supreme God of the land. The Priests who made animal or human sacrifices and prayers in the temples, or ‘Kshethras’ to please the Brahma called themselves as ‘the men of Brahma’ and came to be known as the Brahmins. They also assumed the role as the teachers of the rulers and warriors and the custodians of knowledge.

The treasures of the society had also been kept in the temples or ‘Kshethras’. The Brahmins settled around the Kshethras. It was the duty of the rulers and the warriors to protect the ‘Kshethras’ besides ensuring the safety of the Brahmins and their cows. Cows were very important for the Brahmins to perform animal sacrifice besides using the milk and ghee for sacrifice. They ate the meat of the sacrificial animals. The processed skin of the cows and rams were used for making drums and chapels. Those who had been assigned the task of protecting the Brahmins and the treasures of the Kshethras came to be known as ‘Kshatriyas’.

The common citizens engaged in farming and trade came to be known as ‘Vishays’ with the right to own land and run business and also to engage slaves. It was the duty of the Vishays to ensure the basic things needed by the Brahmins and Kshatriyas.   The salves had been employed to do the menial job without any right to learn or social mobility and they became the untouchables and later called as the Daliths.

Laws of Moses and Manu

The four fold division of the society had been structured based on birth without any room for intermingling except the Brahmins and Kshatriyas who had effectively utilized the Vishays who in turn employed the Daliths. The Brahmins reinterpreted Sanadhana Dharma as iron law specifying the role and responsibilities of each of the four castes or categories and specified in the Laws made by Manu as had done by Moses for the Israelites. They were based on the ideology of ‘the chosen people’ and ‘the promised land’ or Fascism in which women had been reduced to the status of mere cows or cattle.


In due course of time, the Brahmins became dominant over the rest of the society, even reducing the Kshatriyas as mere protectors of the Brahmins and their cows with the evolution of the Vedic Age. The entire society had been tuned to serve or obey the Brahmins and their ‘manthras’. The Brahmins preformed animal sacrifice and ate cows, bulls and lambs.    In the place of the Vedic Gods, the Trinity God consisting of Brahma, Vishnu and Siva and their incarnations besides a series of Mythologies or ‘Puranas’ besides the two popular epics- Ramayana and Mahabharata had been introduced.

Indian Epics and Mythologies

While the popular kings, heroes and warriors from among the invaders also known as Devas or Aryas had been made as the incarnations of the trinity God, the leaders of the original settlers had been branded as Asuras, Rakshasas or Demons and Vanaras or Monkeys.

The mythologies on the ten incarnations of Vishnu, the war god of the invaders, known as ‘Vishnu Puranas’, tell about the prolonged war between the Devas and Asuras for power and knowledge or enlightenment. The two well-known Indian epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata, give an elaborate account of the fall and decline the invaders especially the Kshatriyas by a clever strategy of the black skinned Asuras or Dravidians who avenged upon the invaders.

The Ramayana

Ramayana is the story of the end of one of the Kshatriya kingdom of Rama who cleverly made use of the strategy of divide and rule, keeping Hanuman, a Vanara in his side while the majority was against him. King Desharatrha was the father of Rama.  Kikayi, a Dravidian woman and one of the wives of King Desharatrha, took revenge upon him and managed to send his beloved son Rama to wander in the forest for twelve years.

Sitha, another Dravidian woman or the daughter of the earth and the wife of Rama, also took revenge upon him for humiliating and insulting her besides spoiling her life, even by ending her own life after cursing him. Rama had brutally violated the basic rules of war and moral principles and treacherously killed so many Dravidian kings, including Bali and Raven. At last, Rama realized his crimes and misdeeds that made him to commit suicide in the River Sarayu.

The Mahabharata

Mahabharata is also the story of the tragic end of Kshatriyas represented by the self-defeating war between the two dominant groups of Kshatriyas, called the Pandavas and Kauravas. The five Panadava brothers jointly made Panchali, a native woman, their common wife and they even sold her to Kauravas. They dishonored the native women, including their own wife.  The revengeful women with the help of Krishna, a black native king, managed to make war between the Pandavas and Kauravas, including all the Kshatriyas kings and warriors that resulted in their total elimination.  

Rise and Fall of Buddhism

As a revolt against the Brahmanism, two popular movements or religions, namely Jainism and Buddhism were emerged by about six century BC. They became very popular. Buddha using his wisdom and knowledge empowered the masses, including the women and untouchables.   Buddhism virtually challenged the authority of Brahmins, even denying God and telling the meaninglessness of sacrifices and advocated non-violence, including meat eating. Several powerful kings embraced Buddhism. As a result, the Brahmins became very poor and weak.

By eight century AD, Two Brahmin scholars or philosophers, Sanakra and Ramanjua joined together to annihilate Buddhism using cold-blooded terror and violence, at least from the southern part of India and to re-establish Brahmanism with more rigor and vigor with the help of several Kshatriya kings, including Parasurama. They set up a special army and destroyed all the well-known Buddhist temples and centers of learning besides massacring the ardent and practicing Buddhists and reestablished Brahmanism with rigorous caste system, projecting Vedic Practices based on Manu Smirthi or the Laws of Manu.  To counter the criticisms of the Buddhists, the Brahmins also forced to stop animal or human sacrifices and to become vegetarians, declaring cows as sacred animals.

In order to attract the common people, they glorified the Epic heroes like Rama, Hanuman, Krishna, Arjuna and etc. as gods or incarnations of the Trinity god, Vishnu, though Sanakra was a devotee of Siva and Sakthi.   That had led to the spread of ‘bhakthi’ or devotional movement. The Mythology of Parasurama very popular in Kerala tells about the elimination of Buddhism which is also known as the ‘the sea’, from Kerala and reestablishment of   the Brahmin dominated caste system.

RSS Ideologies and the Decline of the Modi Government

It was a fact that both the RSS and BJP projected Narendra Modi, belongs to a lower caste, as the Prime Minister candidate to gain power in the last national election of India and Modi became the Prime Minister of India. But they have a hidden agenda of establishing a Hindu Republic with Brahmanism as the underlying ideology, including the violent strategies employed by both Sankara and Ramanjua.

As a follow up, RSS and VHP and their affiliates have been vigorously and violently promoting cow worshipping, banning cow slaughtering, declaring beef-eating as a deadly offense inviting murder and violence, besides treating non-Hindus as the second class citizens. The paradox is that they are employing not Brahmins or Kshatriyas, but the low caste Hindus to execute their agenda.

Consequently, Modi cannot champion his pet themes such as ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’, ’Clean India’ and etc. effectively. This has affected the working of the Modi Government besides damaged the image of India as a tolerant and benevolent democracy. As a result, the intelligentsia and cultural leaders in India besides the liberal minded Hindus are turning into the enemies of the BJP Government under Narendra Modi who is getting away from the common people.

It is an undeniable   fact that ‘Sanadhana Dharma’, the wisdom and the way of life of the people of the Ancient India, have a deep rooted influence on the entire people, including the Muslims and Christians in India, rather than the underlying ideology of Brahmanism built upon the ideology of the Israelite or Semitic invaders.  Unless the RSS and BJP correct their blunders, they can never buildup a united, developed and progressive India but only disintegrate India and damage the image of India globally.

This work is made on the basis of my earlier research on the Vedas and Upanishads, the Bible and the Koran besides my backgrounds in Economics, Knowmatics and Political Science. The following works listed below are also helpful to understand more clearly some of the themes discussed in this work.  

  1. 03 Dec 2014 - Countering Terrorism and Fundamentalism With The Ancient Indian Wisdom: ‘Sanadhana Dharma’ (6006 Reads)

2) 16 Feb 2015 - Prime Minister Naredra Modi and the Ideological Contradictions of The Hindu Fundamentalism (4436 Reads)

3) 21 May 2014 - Modi and India Election - The Rotten Is Thrown Out: Lessons For Narendra Modi and His BJP (16494 Reads)

4) 11 Apr 2015 - End of Islam, Hinduism And Christianity And Rise Of The Age Of Humanism, Spirituality And The Universal God - Sanadhana Dharma (4090 Reads)
5) Sanadhana Dharma-The Ancient Indian Wisdom…/sanathana-dharma-10883064

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