We are pleased to present a scholarly work by Pt Bhagvad Datt. an eminent historian who had written a large number of research expositions on Vedas, Sanskrit and Indian History. In this work, he exposed the hidden motives of western indologists and historians to prove beyond doubt that the history of India has been written by their enemies. He cites from the letters and works of these fraud indologists to showcase their hidden motives. They had two-fold agenda – to spread Christianity and make Hindus hate their heritage. Thus the likes of Max Muller, Monier Williams and Weber who are hailed as great scholars of Sanskrit literature were actually Christian agents who have done greatest disservice to humanity by distorting Indian cultural and its intellectual heritage.

This work has been edited by Dr Vivek Arya who can be reached at drvivekarya @ yahoo.com for further details.

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  1. Western foundations are the real threat. They want to take Indian ideas and claim them as their own. Pretty sad. Look up the U-Turn theory by Rajiv Malhotra.

  2. The AIT theory is the foremost and best example of western conspiracy .i think it’s debunking and expose is delayed due to many factors what you people say.just showing what is true will make crumble whole theory and ultimately conspiracy.

  3. American archaeologist Mark Kenoyer was able to prove in 1991 that the majority of archaeological sites of the so-called Harappan (or Dravidian) civilisation were not situated on the ancient bed of the Indus river, as first thought, but on the Saraswati. Another archaeologist , Paul-Henri Francfort, Chief of a franco-american mission (Weiss, Courty, Weterstromm, Guichard, Senior, Meadow, Curnow), which studied the Saraswati region at the beginning of the nineties, found out why the Saraswati had ‘disappeared’ : ” around 2200 B.C., he writes, an immense drought reduced the whole region to aridity and famine ” (Evidence for Harappan irrigation system in Haryana and Rajasthan -Eastern Anthropologist 1992). Thus around this date, most inhabitants moved away from the Saraswati to settle on the banks of the Indus and Sutlej rivers.

    According to official history, the Vedas were composed around 1500 BC, some even say 1200 BC. Yet, as we have seen, the Rig Veda, describes India as it was before the great drought which dried-up the Saraswati; which means in effect that the so-called Indus, or Harappan civilisation was a continuation of the Vedic epoch, which ended approximately when the Saraswati dried-up. Recently, the famous Indus seals, discovered on the site of Mohenja Daro and Harappa, may have been deciphered by Dr Rajaram, a mathematician who worked at one time for the NASA and Dr Jha, a distinguished linguist. In the biased light of the Aryan invasion theory, these seals were presumed to be written in a Harappan (read Dravidian) script, although they had never been convincingly decoded. But Rajaram and Jha, using an ancient Vedic glossary, the Nighantu, found out that the script is of Sanskrit lineage, is read from left to right and does not use vowels (which like in Arabic, are ‘guessed’ according to the meaning of the whole sentence). In this way, they have been able to decipher so far 1500 and 2000 seals, or about half the known corpus. As the discovery of the Saraswati river, the decipherment of the…

  4. I say it again today, but I put it in another way. I say no longer that nationalism is a creed, a religion, a faith; I say that it is the SANATAN DHARMA WHICH FOR US IS NATIONALISM. This Hindu nation was born with the Sanatan Dharma; with it, it moves; and with it, it grows. When the Sanatan Dharma declines, then the nation declines, and if the Sanatan Dharma were capable of perishing, then along with the Sanatan Dharma, the nation would also perish. The Sanatan Dharma is indeed nationalism. This is the message that I have to speak to you. If India is held together, it is because of SANATANA DHARMA.
    – SRI AUROBINDO

  5. I have nothing personally against Sonia Gandhi, in fact she probably is a good person to win the allegiance of so many and certainly a loving mother. I share with her a love for India, like her I have lived in this country for over 30 years and like her I have married an Indian. But nevertheless, since she is at the top, Christian conversions in India seem to have gone in overdrive. More than 4,000 foreign Christian missionaries are involved in conversion activities across different states. In Tripura, there were no Christians at independence; there are 120.000 today, a 90% increase since 1991. The figures are even more striking in Arunachal Pradesh, where there were only 1710 Christians in 1961, but 1,2 million today, as well as 780 churches! In Andhra Pradesh, churches are coming-up every day in far flung villages and there was even an attempt to set-up one near Tirupati. Many of the North-East separatist movements, such as the Mizo or the Bodos, are not only Christian dominated, but also sometimes function with the covert backing of the missionaries. In Kerala, particularly in the poor coastal districts, you find “miracle boxes” put in local churches: the gullible villager writes out a paper mentioning his wish: a fishing boat, a loan for a pukka house, fees for the son’s schooling… And lo, a few weeks later, the miracle happens! And of course the whole family converts, making others in the village follow suit. During the Tsunami, entire dalit villages in Tamil Nadu were converted to Christianity with the lure of money.

    It is true that there have been a few backlashes against missionaries and nuns, particularly the gruesome murder of Graham Steins and his two sons. But Belgium historian Koenraad Elst laments that « When over a thousand Hindus are killed and a quarter million Hindus ethnically cleansed in Kashmir, the world media doesn’t even notice, but watch the worldwide hue and cry when a few local riots take place and a few missionaries are killed by unidentified tribal miscreants. Christian Naga…

    • Thank You, Mr. khemchandra9188 ,
      Very Rightly Used Words To Describe A Disturbing Trend Happening Almost Unnoticed By The Common Man.. Very Informative Of You … Thank You Again.

  6. The top two non-governmental donors to India were U.S.-based missionary organizations, World Vision International at ~$155 million and Gospel for Asia ~$99.5 million — together that’s $255 million into India in just one year. Overall, an astonishing 18,996 organizations in India, a disproportionate number linked to Christian missionaries, received donations totaling $2.4 billion in 2007 alone. And the inflow has been growing rapidly. 2007 showed contributions more than double of 2002. With these numbers, how can we say the concerns are unfounded?

    At the end of the day, numbers and statistics, though illustrative, fail to address the very real human factor on the losing side of the proselytization and conversion equation. Conversion, when born from genuine faith, belief, study, or religious experience, can be beautiful. But, conversion begot by aggressive or predatory proselytization is a form of violence.

  7. In a call for greater missionary funding for conversion of Hindus, the International Missionary Board (IMB), a wing of the Southern Baptist Convention, stated in a recent newsletter that Hindu worship is Satan’s stronghold and called for the elimination of the Hindu faith. The insidious statement reads as follows:

    “Did you know that the Sonar people of Maharashtra, India, are the primary crafters of gold and silver Hindu idols? These idols are the most powerful stronghold that Satan has upon the Hindu worshipers in India and around the world. When the Sonar people embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ, the subsequent change in their livelihood could have a huge ripple effect in the world of Hinduism. As one international Christian worker said, “When we reach the Sonar with the gospel, we will see the collapse of Hinduism.” Pray that the gospel would flow through and permeate the Sonar culture like molten silver fills a mold.”

  8. Is it not time that the descendants of the victims of The Great Holocaust of Bengal sought compensation from the present Government of the United Kingdom? Is it possible to initiate a criminal case against Winston Churchill and all those who were in power during 1942-45 (or during 1765-1947) in British Government? Is that too much to ask for? Do you believe that the systematic murder of six million white-skinned Jews was a crime worthy of punishment, while the killing of thirty million black-skinned people of Bengal does not even deserve a footnote in history?

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  9. BROTHERS THIS LETTER OF FAMOUS INDOLOGIST SIR WILLIAM JONES CLEARLY EXPOSES THE INTENTION OF INDOLOGIST LIKE GRIFFATH AND OTHERS TO MISTRANSLATE VEDAS TO CONVERT HINDUS TO CHRISTIANITY THAT IS WHY THIS MISSIONARIES SAY THAT THERE IS MENTION OF JESUS IN VEDAS WHICH IN ORIGINAL TRANSLATION THERE IS NO SUCH PREDICTION

    In 1784, the famous Indologist Sir William Jones wrote the following letter to Sir Warren Hastings, Governor General of India, confirming our suspicions that this was indeed part of their program:

    “As to the general extension [spreading] of our pure faith [Christianity] in Hindoostan [India] there are at present many sad obstacles to it… We may assure ourselves, that Hindoos will never be converted by any mission from the church of Rome, or from any other church; and the only human mode, perhaps, of causing so great a revolution, will be to translate into Sanscrit… such chapters of the Prophets, particularly of ISAIAH, as are indisputably evangelical, together with one of the gospels, and a plain prefatory discourse, containing full evidence of the very distant ages, in which the predictions themselves, and the history of the Divine Person (Jesus) is predicted, were severally made public and then quietly to disperse the work among the well-educated natives.” (Asiatic Researches Vol. 1. Published 1979, pages 234-235. First published 1788).

  10. Dear Kafir786,

    What is the use of citing the code of conduct of Dr. Zakir Nalayak’s here he is a conceit, deceitful person and a great hypocrite he is fulfilling his bread and butter by Islamic Propaganda creating foolish fanatic Muslims. Shame on his part silly useless scrap.

  11. Dear Kafir786,

    What is the use of citing the code of conduct of Dr. Zakir Nalayak’s here he is a conceit, deceitful person and a great hypocrite he is fulfilling his bread and butter by Islamic Propaganda creating foolish fanatic Muslims. Shame on his part silly useless scrap.

  12. Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902), Indian spiritualist

    On 9/11/1893 at World Parliament of Religions, Chicago he said to the gathering

    “We who had come from the east have sat here day after day and have been told in a patronizing way that we ought to accept Christianity because Christian nations are the most prosperous. We look about us and we see England the most prosperous Christian nation in the world, with her foot upon the neck of 250,000,000 Asiatics. We look back into history and see that the prosperity of Christian Europe begin with Spain. Spain’s prosperity began with the invasion of Mexico. Christianity wins its prosperity by cutting the throats of its fellow men. At such a price the Hindoo will not have prosperity.

    They come to my country and abuse my forefathers, my religion, and everything; they walk near a temple and say ‘you idolators, you will go to hell’, but they dare not do this to the Mohammedans of India, for the sword will be out, but the Hindu is too mild.

    And may I ask you, Europeans, what country you have ever raised to better conditions? Wherever you have found weaker races, you have exterminated them by the roots, as it were. You have settled on their lands, and they are gone for ever. What is the history of your America, your Australia, and New Zealand, your Pacific Islands and South Africa? Where are the aboriginal races there today? They have all been exterminated, you have killed them outright, as if they were wild beasts. It is only where you have not the power to do so, and there only, that other nations are still alive.

    If Christianity is a saving power in itself, why has it not saved the Ethiopians, the Abyssinians?”

  13. TECHNIQUES OF DA’WAH RELATED PUBLIC SPEAKING by Dr. ZAKIR NAIK
    I – IMPORTANT TIPS
    1. Body Language is very, very important. 2. It is preferable that the talk be given without the help of notes. 3. Speak without a podium to enable the audience to observe the body language. 4. Before beginning your speech, remove any disturbances that may cause obstruction or hindrance.
    II – PERSONAL APPEARANCE: 1. Keep a Beard. (Sahih Bukhari Vol. 7, Book of Dress, Chapter no. 64 and 65 Hadith no. 780 & 781) 2. It is preferable to wear a cap which is clean or cover your head.(if the label shows your intent, wear it!) 3. Wear formal clothes (avoid T-shirts, jeans and other casual wear). 4. Wear formal shoes (avoid track shoes, slippers, etc.). If footwear are not allowed, wear only clean, untorn socks. 5. Do not wear neck chains or wrist chains. 6. Avoid wearing glamorous things like shining watches, rings, etc. 7. Do not wear belts with big showy buckles. 8. Button your shirt (except for collar button, all the other buttons should be closed). 9. Do not fold your sleeves while lecturing. 10. Do not keep anything (not even a pen) in your shirt pocket. Do not clutter your trouser pockets with things not required. 11. If spectacles are worn then the frame should not be glamorous. (If the talk is being video recorded, then preferably the glasses should have an antiglare coating). 12. Your overall appearance should be smart, appealing and confident.
    III – POSTURE: 1. It is preferable to stand and talk rather than sitting and speaking. 2. While standing, your legs should neither be too far apart nor too close. 3. Stand erect on both your feet, without bending them at the knees. 4. Stand upright and not with drooping shoulders. 5. Do not move to and fro, i.e. sideways, or front and backward. 6. Do not shake unnecessarily. 7. Do not lean on anything like table, chair, etc. 8. Your posture should be confident and energetic. It should be relaxed and not tense.
    IV – GESTURES: 1. Do not stand rigid like a statue. 2. Make gestures with hands very often. 3. Gestures should be natural and not acted out or preplanned. (You may, however, see your own trial performance in the mirror to evaluate the effectiveness and impression of your gestures). 4. Gestures should be related to the matter that is being spoken. 5. Avoid making similar gestures repeatedly throughout the speech. 6. Your facial expressions should be warm, genial and cordial, and not appear stern or angry. 7. Your face should have expressions according to the matter of your speech. 8. If you have to turn or make a movement, do it from the hip and upper part of the body.
    V – TERMINUS: 1. Your hands should be placed one on top of the other on the navel or slightly below or above the navel, (or on the podium) when at rest, i.e. while not making gestures. 2. Do not put your hands in your pockets or behind your back. 3. Do not play with your fingers. 4. Do not bite your nails. 5. Do not fidget with your clothes. 6. Do not fidget with the mike, or the wire, or any article such as pen, paper, etc.
    VI – EYE MOVEMENT: 1. At the beginning of the talk give a glance throughout the audience. 2. Have eye to eye contact with as much of the audience as possible (each and every one if possible if you have a small audience). 3. Do not look at the opposite sex if they are present in the audience. You may however give a passing glance occasionally. 4. Look more often at the target audience (e.g. Non-Muslims, Questioners, etc.). 5. You may draw attention of a person in the audience by looking at him directly. However, if this person continues to disturb or distract, it may be advisable at such times to ignore the distraction and continue with your talk. 6. It will be helpful to you and enhance your confidence if you look more at those sections of the audience that appear to be supportive and attentive. 7. Do not look at or fix your gaze on the ceiling, floor, empty space or above the heads of the audience. 8. If referring to your notes is unavoidable, then do not peep at them from far in an apologetic half-hearted manner, but instead hold them close to you and look at them properly in a dignified manner.
    VII – MIKE HANDLING: 1. If possible, prior to the commencement of the programme, adjust the equalizer (treble and bass or hi, mid and low), i.e. quality of the tone suitable to your voice. 2. Always insist that the mike be fixed on a floor stand without a podium. 3. Adjust the mike according to your height before the programme begins. 4. If the mike is not adjusted before the programme, do it before beginning your speech. (It is better to spend a few seconds at the start, rather than being uncomfortable throughout the speech or to disturb your speech in between to adjust the mike). 5. If the mike has an on/off switch, check that it is in the ‘on’ position before beginning the speech. 6. The mike should not cover your face, as it would obstruct the view of the audience and the video shooting. 7. Your mouth should be a few inches away from the mike (not too close, nor too far). Distance also depends on the sensitivity of the mike. 8. The distance between the mouth and the mike should be constant throughout the speech and should not vary. 9. Sometimes for emphasis, you may move your mouth close to the mike without raising your voice. 10. The mouth should always be pointing towards the mike throughout the speech and should not vary at any point. 11. If you have to look in another direction, for eg. towards the chairman who is sitting behind on the stage, take a side step forward and then looking at the chairman, speak into the mike and not away from the mike.
    12. Do not speak when your mouth moves away from the mike, e.g. while picking up a book from the table.
    13. Never hold the mike on the stand while speaking.
    14. Avoid giving a talk with a handheld mike since the gestures become restricted. There is a tendency for the hand to move thereby creating variations in the sound.
    VIII – SPEECH: 1. Speak loudly. 2. Speak at a moderate speed, neither too slow nor too fast. 3. People can usually listen faster than the speed at which they can speak. Thus there should not be pauses or blanks, leaving the audience without something to listen and allowing their attention to be diverted.
    4. However, after speaking on a difficult or unusual matter, give a short pause for the audience to grasp and assimilate the information. 5. Speak clearly. Speech should not be slurred. 6. Speak confidently.
    7. Speak with energy and enthusiasm. (You have to enthuse and charge- up the audience). 8. Speak forcefully (assertively) with conviction. Be persuasive. 9. Repeat the important points for emphasis when required. 10. During normal speech there should not be any repetition.
    11. Do not speak monotonously. Modulate/Alter your voice. Change the Speed / Pace, Tone and Pitch appropriately (High tone, Low tone, hushed voice, depending on the matter). As far as possible, ensure that you hold the interest of your audience throughout your lecture.
    12. Do not have a patterned speech like a sing-song voice which goes up and down at regular intervals. The concentration of the audience is lost. (This is common in memorised speeches). 13. However, rhythmic tempo in choice of words can be used. 14. Do not interrupt your speech for petty reasons.
    IX – MISCELLANEOUS: 1. Before the commencement of the speech, walk confidently and calmly towards the mike and not in a tense and rapid manner.
    2. Pause confidently before starting the speech.
    3. If there is any disturbance during the speech, if it can be overlooked, overlook it; or ask the disturbance to be stopped verbally, but don’t interrupt your speech intermittently during the disturbance. The attention of the audience will be diverted at intervals and you will loose your grip on them. 4. It is preferable to drink water before starting the speech to lubricate the mouth. Only drink room temperature water and not cold water (Avoid drinking water while standing). 5. Visit the venue in advance, if possible, to familiarise yourself with the hall and the surroundings.
    6. The public address system should be professional, as sound is the most important part of the talk.
    7. Prepare a checklist of all the requirements. eg. (i) Professional Public Address System (ii) Mike on floor stand without a podium, (iii) A glass with a jug of water (at room temperature) to be kept on the table. These requirements and the check list can be given to the organisers, well in advance.
    X – SEEK ALLAH’S HELP: 1. Do your supplications and du’as seeking Allah’s help and support. 2. It is highly recommended that you offer two rakaah Salaah before the talk (seeking Allah’s help) and also after the talk (as thanksgiving). 3. Always be in ‘Tahaarat’ (state of ablution) while delivering a speech

  14. The conclusions are interesting, though some of them seem a bit too sweeping. The overly Christian bias of Monier-Williams and Bankim’s well-founded critique of Weber are valid, but Max Muller in fact lost to Monier in the race for the Oxford Boden Chair because he (MM) was considered to be so enamoured of Indian spiritualism as to be unsuited to the aim of that Chair which was to promote Christianity! To my mind, we should not belittle the contribution of western pioneers like Max Muller and William Jones in projecting the wisdom of ancient India to the world at large.

    • Abhijit,

      I’m sorry, but Max Muller had a gross misunderstanding or deliberate mistranslation of Sanskrit material. The only contribution he made was present false and misguided information.

      • Mr. Krishnarao,
        You Are Very Right !!! The Only Contribution Made By The Likes Of Max Muller, Monier Williams And Weber Who Were Considered Great Scholars Of Sanskrit Literature Is Falsehood, Misguided Information And Deliberate Mistranslations. I Do Not Understand Why Most Of The Indians Still Value The Works And Words Of Westerners So Much That They Are Willing To Accept Insults And Degradation Of Our Sanatana Dharma And Great Country Bharatha.

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