Jawaharlal Nehru: Hindu by Accident
"I do not fear the Hindu Organisations. RSS and Hindu Mahasabha cannot harm me. If there is some danger, it is from Hindu protagonists in Congress". - Nehru
Ref: 'Saptahik Sanatan Chintan', 6th Sept. 2007, Issue 30
After Independence, the great Vedic scholar of Kashi, Pujya Dravidshastri and H.H. Karapatraji said to Nehru and Patel, "We will study the Ramayan, Mahabharat and Chanakyaniti and write the Constitution of the country. Our names need not appear as authors; ascribe the Constitution to anybody. Our Nation will prosper over time with such a Constitution." They had a lengthy correspondence on this. I have read the correspondence. But Nehru was not one to listen. H.H. Karpatraji Maharaj had also advised Nehru before the creation of Pakistan, but instead of paying heed, Nehru put him behind bars. Later Nehru regretted his mistake and released Maharaj. - H.H. Kane Maharaj, Narayangaon.
(Nehru's descendants are propagating his legacy, by arresting Jagadguru Shankaracharya of Kanchi Kamkoti Peeth! - Editor)
Criticising Hindus just to prove his own nationalist credentials!
During partition, it was Nehru's favourite allegation that Hindu leaders wanted to create a Hindu rule. He thought that unless he criticised Hindus, his nationalist credentials could not be proved. The Rashtriya Swayam sevak Sangh was infuriated by this allegation. The RSS leaders said, "We have no objection if Muslims are given justice, help and shelter; But what is the need to criticise Hindu Organizations in such venomous terms?" (From: 'Pathik', Autobiography of Late Kakasaheb Gadgil)
Pandit Nehru declared Bhakra-Nangal dam as a 'holy place of modern India'. People thronged there for the sake of picnic. But within 30 years, the dam has become unusable due to deposit of silt it gathered over the years. The tourists also shy away from the dam. On the contrary the true holy places of Hindus are still vibrating with activity from time immemorial. Lakhs and lakhs of pilgrims are visiting them eras after eras. - H.H. Dr. Jayant Athavale
"Nehru was the only Dictator in our country. He declared that his heart would get filled with anger when he looked at Sanatan Hindu Dharma and culture. He tried to destroy Hindu Dharma and culture from their very roots. He brought into existence a secular socialist-democratic Constitution and Government."- Gurudev Dr. Kateswami (Ghangarjit, May 2007)
The so-called harbinger of Bharat's destiny and the uncrowned Emperor of Bharat, Nehru often made very irresponsible speeches by pumping his fists in the air, while unleashing hate campaigns against Sanatan Hindu Dharma. In his autobiography he wrote, ''The spectacle of what is called religion, at any rate organised religion in India has filled me with horror, I have frequently condemned it, I would like to make a clean sweep of it. I want to completely destroy this religion and culture. It stands for blind faith, dogmas, bigotry, superstitions, exploitation of the masses and preservation of vested interests." Anyone with common sense would not utter such reckless words ! - Gurudev Dr. Kateswami (Weekly Sanatan Chintan, 26th April 2007, Issue 13)
"Nehru deserves to be punished in hell till the end of Kaliyuga for his great sin of destroying manuscripts, scriptures and books that depicted Hindu progress and affluence !
Next only to God, the King of Kings, Jawaharlal Nehru, who had complete control over Bharat decided to establish a world-class University in Delhi on the lines of Harvard, Oxford Universities and spent crores of Rupees on the task. Thereafter, as a part of building of a new nation, (he called it 'Nation in Making') without any ancient or medieval history, he established a history department in the Jawaharlal Nehru University. He appealed to the people to send in all the ancient manuscripts, scriptures and books in their possession. Accordingly, the University received a large treasure of these. Nehru destroyed all manuscripts, scriptures that depicted progress and opulence of Hindus." - Gurudev Dr. Kateswami (Weekly Sanatan Chintan, 23rd August 2007, Issue 27)
"A history department was established in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). All the members of the Committee including the Chairman (Mr. Habib) were Marxist in their philosophy. A new history of Hindu culture was written by using the western parameters, which often depicted Hindu culture and history as the worst. Writing on the historians of Marxist colour of JNU, Sri Sitaram Goyal says, "Systematic distortion of Bharat's history was undertaken by the Stalinist historians of the JNU from their power positions in the Nehruvian stablishment. They insisted that Islamic heroes be accepted as national heroes, while they were converting Hindu heroes into villains" (Ref: How I became a Hindu, Pg. 93). The Marxist histo-rians wrote, "Mohammed Ghori, Mohammed Ghazni, Aurangazeb and many other Muslims aggressors and emperors came to Bharat for upliftment of the lowest rung of the Hindu society. Ghazni destroyed the Somnath temple, Krishna temple in Mathura and lakhs of other temples. He seized the huge wealth of priests of the temples and distributed it amongst the poor from the lowest rung of the society. Shivaji Maharaj, Guru Gobind Singh, Ranjit Singh were all dacoits and rebels." - Gurudev Dr. Kateswami (in Weekly Sanatan Chintan, 23rd August 2007, Issue 27)