Fear of ignorance or fear of ignorance?

The basic Hindu truth is that despite the experience of Hindus of slavery-plundering-extortion from emperors, kings, prime ministers and power, do not understand that there is no destination without intelligence-knowledge-science-truth-seekers, intelligences, think tanks. It is not possible for Hindus to become anything from the Soviet model of power and kingship, nor is it possible to become like Islam in hatred of Islam. Both paths are fearful or intimidating.

Start with a rough question. Journalism and Bollywood are both the hallmarks of India’s intelligence and creativity in recent times. When there was a shadow of fear on both of them, how did they dry up their intelligence and creativity, is the truth not evident from the experience of Indira Gandhi’s Emergency and Narendra Modi’s rule? The experience of both was accompanied by fearlessness and inertia in the atmosphere. Now think further whether fear locks the mind or a closed intellect locks on courage? So, the puzzle is whether the hen of fear first or the egg of ignorance first? Fear or ignorance in the life of Hindus? If we tighten this puzzle in the thousand years experience of slavery and think that how slavery came among the Hindus, then we will get very confused. Why did we not have that free-spirited intelligence, by which we would have been continuously resisting slavery with the courage to die and kill. Was the reason a pre-formed fear or some disorder of intellect and philosophy-thinking? Fearlessness first or ignorance, non-violence of delusion, brainstorming and behavior like Paramo Dharma first? There is no universally accepted answer to these questions. Only then can we consider both as two sides of the same coin. Yet it is impossible to decide who is first between the chicken and the egg.

It is difficult for us Hindus to understand the reason for slavery and its behavior and nature because there are no eyewitness Hindu historians for the events and circumstances. We get the details of slavery and its earlier history from the Chinese or Muslim conquerors. And they are not indicative of Hindu conduct and nature in times of calamity-attacks-slavery. Only then is the only way to guess the character-personality of a Hindu trapped in extraordinary situations in the sequence of circumstances and events. I’m guessing at that.

The first conjecture is that after the Kalinga battle of the Hindu emperor Ashoka, we lived in political dilemmas from the non-violence paramo dharma and in the fragmentation, confusion, ignorance, orthodox ignorance of Hindu-Buddhist scholars. In the seventh century, the Chinese traveler Hiuen Tsang, crossing the Amu Darya via Uzbekistan, roamed Kunduz, Balakh, Bamiyan, Swat Valley, Jalalabad, Peshawar, Taxila, Sindh, Kashmir, Jalandhar, Hinayan, Bairat, Meerut and Mathura in the Kullu Valley. These areas are in the North India region of the country. Hiuen Tsang then described five regions in India. In this ‘Northern India’ were parts of present-day Afghanistan, Pakistan and Punjab, Mathura. Along with Hindus in this ‘North India’ Buddhist followers also in large numbers.

Obviously, when the first organized Muslim attack on Sindh under the command of Muhammad bin Qasim in 711, eighty years after Hiuen Tsang, in India in 630, there was a truth of the differences of both Hinduism and Buddhism in ‘North India’. In its place is the enigma that why this tussle among the kings, courtiers, Hindu lord class, intelligentsia of Sindh, was not concerned that the neighboring Persia or old Iran has been trampled by Muslim invaders of Arabia and its old civilization-culture has been brutally We are destroying it from the root, people are taking shelter from there, so we should be very careful. The fact is that even before bin Qasim, by sea and land, Arab fleets were trying to infiltrate and attack the western borders of ‘North India’ since 643 AD. Meaning Hindus kept ignoring the danger for five hundred years. Why? What was the psychology behind that then?

It was irrational carelessness. When Mohammed bin Qasim attacked Sindh in 711, he was very bravely fought by the Hindu king Dahir Sen, but he and his army were Hindu-Buddhist (the previous king and brother Chandrasen was pro-Buddhist) inside the house due to differences and infighting in the court. killed by It is said that in Nironkot and Sivastan, Buddhist monks were welcoming Mohammed bin Qasim in the spirit of ‘non-violence paramo dharma’.

That first battle was a crusade in every sense. After the victory, Mohammed bin Qasim sent details to his Arab emperor Al Hajaz and told that the infidels were converted to Islam, mosques were built by demolishing temples and Khutba was read…. Obviously that first experience among Hindus was going to create panic. The misfortunes that occurred one after the other in the two hundred years of Muhammad Ghazni, then Muhammad Ghori, then Genghis Khan and then Timur (from 1001 to 1221) in northern India or the Hindu cultural centers of Ganga-Jamuna (especially the Vedic The mighty Punjab of faith) and the Hindu splendor of the Sindh-Gujarat road was so plundered, repeatedly plundered, that the experience of those two hundred years not only made the Hindus eternally terrified, but despairing of that dreadfulness. Frustration, desperation intensified in such a way that the intellect was completely dependent on God, escaped and hid in the shell of devotion!

Only then do I consider the fear and horror of thousand years of slavery to be the decisive and first responsible reason for molding the nature and behavior of the Hindu. After that, forgetting the truths and attainments of ignorance and the golden age, the reason for remaining blunt in the intellect is responsible. Yes, after 712, while living arrogantly, we forgot all that was achieved in good times or in Satyuga.

Only then the sanskars of knowledge and knowledge did not return and the free-spirited intellect did not get any food or water.

There are many reasons written in history. There are many interpretations of events. But without analyzing the mood of the enslaved nation, race, religion. It is unfortunate that we do not have any such research of history, there is no record, so that we can understand whether the Hindu Rajwada or Hindu elite class was even thinking about foreign invasions and subjugation or not? From what has been written, it seems thick that the Hindu was completely independent of politics and used to think about the solution of his fears and his worries in the shelter of the Lord. Despite facts such as agriculture, wealth, trade, movement of merchant convoys and facts like the presence of Hindu princely states in the Deccan and the East, why Hindu renaissance in medieval times did not become the flame of an intelligent ritual of self-respect, solidarity, this is also unanswered. ‘s puzzle. Then there is his argument again that in the early centuries, the tyrants from across Khyber killed such, destroyed such, kept such slaves that fear did not allow the seeds of thinking in the heart and mind to grow. The elite, aristocratic class of Hindus that was born out of the mansabdari of servitude was also estranged from Rana Pratap! Letting him die of hunger!

We live in fear and live in fear. That’s why making intellect, knowledge-science-certainty for truth, fearlessness, fearlessness is not a matter of Hindu’s power! This truth is equally applicable to both the common and the Khas (elite-lord class) Hindus. The common Hindu adopted the devotional text for freedom from slavery during the slavery period. Tulsi’s Hanuman Chali became a popular text of fearlessness in Kaliyuga Fear. That is why in Kaliyuga Hanumanji, Kaal Bhairav ​​or Shani, Rahu, Ketu have forty lessons, new rituals, new mantras, if there is an imperative for pious-common Hindus today, then that too is a disclosure of nature and mood. Slavery-fear has given Hindus new Ishta-Saint-Mahatma, new lessons, new rituals and mantras, and the belief of being protected by faces, idols and incarnations has also grown.

Due to the dire situation of fear, the gathering and creation of special Hindus or elite-intellectual class was also not possible. The making and deteriorating of a country, community, race is due to intelligence and intelligence. Not from the king but from Chanakya. Only then, in the Hindu thought-philosophy of Satyuga, apart from the king-ministers-karindas, the special importance and presence of the rishis, rajgurus, philosophers, ascetics of truth-sadhana used to be told. Its need is also evident from the experience of today’s developed-civilized democracies. Think tank, intelligence, intelligence was and is the basis of the achievements of America, Britain, France or Europe for five hundred years. But if that is not possible in fearful India, then this is the root cause behind our failures. When there is no importance of knowledge-intellect-intelligence, not only the circumstances of its construction and the country is to be run only by the king, power and servants, then the country will be wasting time by inertia, dragging. This truth is proved by continuous experiences after independence in 1947. In India, everyone has believed that power is everything and power is everything. If Pt. Nehru is the Prime Minister or Narendra Modi is the Prime Minister, then everything will happen to them.

Such thinking and belief is not only a mental disorder of race, religion, country, but it is a disability of the nation, due to which Hindus have killed many times in history. On the belief of one person that if King Dahir sitting on an elephant is killed, then the army and the country will end. If Anangpal’s elephant is spoiled, then it is subject to centuries. In the silence of a Prithviraj, repeatedly apologize to the enemy and all is over.

There is a diversion. The basic Hindu truth is that despite the experience of Hindus of slavery-plundering-extortion from emperors, kings, prime ministers and power, it is impossible to understand that there is no destination without intelligence-knowledge-science-truth-seekers, intelligence, think tanks. It is not possible for Hindus to become anything from the Soviet model of power and kingship, nor is it possible to become like Islam in hatred of Islam.

Both paths are fearful or intimidating. That is why many times it seems that the factor of horror in the history, present and future of Hindu existence is that maze of innumerable circles, which makes it fullstop again and again. Three leaves of the dhaka. Horror swallowing everything up. Everything stopped. Same experience is there in post 1947 power also! That’s why now more thoughts on fear and power are necessary! (Ongoing)

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