The word Aryans is derived
from the Sanskrit word ‘arya’ which means
noble, and it is a fairly recent term referring to a mythical race whose key
founding value is racism. It is generally stated that they entered
are also called the Rg Vedic people and are
classified as the religious patriarchs of all religious thought in
In tracing the history of these Vedic people it is seen that they have been involved in manipulating society for self gain. The Brahmin ancestors, the Vedic people, are the authors of caste system with them at the top of the hierarchy. Over the years the caste system has been used to cause divisions and conflicts in society, and many innocent lives have been either seriously hurt or killed, and certain people are living under the most oppressive circumstances. The vicious religious philosophy of the caste system is also referred to as brahminism. Today brahminism is also practiced by Dravidians to oppress and manipulate fellow Dravidians!
Brahminism is contrary to the Gospel since man
is liberated in Jesus Christ. The religion and culture of
the Brahmin ancestry, the best evidence seen thus far is their religious
affinity to the Rg Veda. That is why they are often
referred to as the Vedic people.2 The earliest evidence of Vedic worship is
seen in on a cuneiform tablet excavated at El-Amarna
The gods are invoked to witness the conclusion of the treaty and guarantee its observance. The gods of the Mitannians are named in these forms: Mi-it-ra, U-ru-ua-na, In-da-ra, and Na-sa-at-ti-ia-an-na. It is evident that these names correspond to Mitra, Varuna, Indra, and Nasatuau of the Vedic pantheon. The following curse is pronounced against the Mitannians: “If you, Kurtiwaza, the prince, and the sons of the Hurri country do not fulfill the words of the treaty, may the gods, the lords of earth, blot you out, you and the Hurri men together with your country, your wives, and all that you have” .5
treatise, Mithra (or Mitra)
is invoked as the god of contract and mutual obligation. In short Mithra may signify any kind of communication between men
and whatever establishes relations between them.6 The treatise is
in the time frame of
of Mithra is next seen in
taught the concept of two kingdoms, the
An interesting piece of evidence surfaces when we look at cultic reforms due to Zoroastrianism.
Zoroaster forbade all sacrifices in honor of Ahriman or of his adherents, the daevas, who from pre-Zoroastrian times had degenerated into hostile deities. In the prevailing religious tradition, Zoroaster probably found that the practice of sacrificing cattle, combined with the consumption of intoxicating drinks (haoma), led to orgiastic excess.8
The Vedic people had a similar potent drink called soma which is the same as haoma in Persia, drunk only at sacrifices, and caused the most invigorating effects.4 Another interesting fact is also seen, Indra to whom nearly one-quarter of the hymns are dedicated10 appears in the Avesta as a demon.11
In the Bible after the incident of the den of lions king Darius made the following declaration,
Then king Darius wrote unto all people, nations, and languages, that dwell in all the earth; Peace be multiplied unto you. I make a decree, That in every dominion of my kingdom men tremble and fear before the God of Daniel: for he is the living God, and stedfast for ever, and his kingdom that which shall not be destroyed, and his dominion shall be even unto the end. He delivereth and rescueth, and he worketh signs and wonders in heaven and in earth, who hath delivered Daniel from the power of the lions.12
The influence of Daniel continued in the reign of Cyrus the Persian.13 The monotheistic faith, teachings and reforms of Zoroastrianism strongly suggests that this religion arose through the influence of Daniel in the Medo-Persian Empire. Apart from the biblical evidence for the source of Zoroastrianism no other can be found.
Zoroastrianism seems to have slowly decayed into fire worship. Early reliefs show the king praying to Ahura Mazda before a flaming altar. However, later the king appears on coins without Ahura Mazda, dressed in the costume of a fire priest, praying directly to a fire. This change occurred around the late 5th or 4th century BC.14 The worship of fire, Agni, is also of importance to the Vedic people.
Alexander the Great conquered the Persian Empire around 330 BC, the old
structure of worship appears to have broken down completely and about the
worship of Mithra in
Mithraism is a western mystery
cult which sprang into existence in the last century BC and flourished during
the first centuries of the
Mithraism had evolved to become acceptable to the Roman world and it was a religion
of loyalty to the emperor. Prior to
Empire at it’s peak (2nd c AD) extended
time, the Arabs develop as a civilization (7th to 12th c AD) which was far advanced to anything
For some fifty years Mauryan kings continued to rule in
Most scholars agree that the Sungas were the ancestors of the Brahmins, though they were not called Brahmins at this time. However, their affinity to the Vedic practices and the usage of Mitra in their names (Pusyamitra’s son was called Agnimitra) are evidence that they were Vedic people. The Sungas were overthrown by the Kanvas in 72 BC, and the Kanva dynasty came to an end in 28 BC. The Kanvas are also considered in the Brahmin ancestry.19 The Sungas and the Kanvas were weak empires which did not last very long.
present Brahmin race can be traced from the Sunga empire through
“Sacrificial ritual was beginning to be replaced by the practice of bhakti (personal devotion), positing a personal relationship between the individual and the deity”20
The numerous Vedic deities lost significance and,
The numerous solar deities of the Vedas were merged in Hinduism into a single god, usually known as Surya (“the Sun”)21
Numerous temples of the sun are found in Gupta and medieval times. Amongst these is the “Black Pagoda” of Konarak, Orissa, built in the 13th century AD. This sun temple contains very explicit pornographic sculptures.22
After the fall of the Sungas and Kanvas nothing significant is heard of the Brahmin ancestors for a while and there was religious and social harmony in the land,
Till the close of the sixth century AD different religious sects lived together in admirable harmony.23
after the death of Harshavardhana in 647 AD, his
empire crumbled and there was great confusion in
maintained their unchallenged supremacy over northern
were the descendants of Sakas, Hunas,
and Kushans who came to
The foreign origin of the Rajputs is based on the fact that the word Rajput does not appear in ancient Sanskrit literature prior to the rise of the Hunas.26
Khurana points out the salient features27 of the Rajput period,
3. It is stated by foreign travelers like Ibn-Batuta that prostitution was not considered as an evil. There were several shortcomings in religion. People were habitual of drinking. Morality, chastity and religious contemplation had bidden adieu, and intoxication and luxury were the order of the day. The monasteries and dwelling places of monks and nuns had become the centers of immorality and luxury.
The entire northern
5. The presence of Charans and Bhats (bards) was a new feature of the Rajput period. They were appointed at the courts to recite poems in praise of their masters. They also used to sing the heroic deeds of the ancestors of Rajputs. They used to accompany the army to the battlefield. Their duty was only to sing the heroic deeds and rouse the feelings of courage and bravery in the soldiers. They often used to act as messengers.
Further the caste system was the foundation stone of the Rajput society. The posts of Purohitas (family priest or court chaplain) were reserved exclusively to the Brahmin ancestors and the posts were hereditary. These Purohitas were never given capital punishment since they were considered an authority in the field of religion and spiritualism and they seem to have been the chief advisors to the king during the Rajput period. The Rajput society was marked by a lack of unity, mutual quarrels and pride. Sati system, child marriage and female infanticide were evil practices rampant.28
Thus based on
these evidences we can see that the Brahmin ancestors and Rajputs
set up the caste system during the Rajput period to
control the Dravidian population of
It is often amusing to read the contradictions of historians when describing the Rajputs. They are described as brave and valorous, but with whom? Their wars were basically internal fighting with one another due to personal conflicts and mutual jealousies.
During the Rajput period the Brahmins and Kshatriyas developed the Laws of Manu or Varnashrama Dharma in order to bring racism into Indian society under the guise of religion. They elevated themselves as a superior caste by birth and degraded the Dravidians as a lower caste by birth. The Deivanayagams write2,
In Northern India after the
reign of Harsha, that is in the 7th c.A.D., the reign of ‘Huns’ started spreading
and they are referred to as demonic hordes by the historians. Huns were the
cruel rulers who tyrannically suppressed and oppressed the Dravidians in
fact during the Rajput period is brought out in the
account of the religion, philosophy, literature, geography, chronology,
astronomy, customs, laws and astrology of
“The Indian scribes are careless, and do not take pains to produce correct and well-collated copies. In consequence, the highest results of the author’s mental development are lost by their negligence, and his book becomes already in the first or second copy so full of faults, that the text appears as something entirely new, which neither a scholar nor one familiar with the subject, whether Hindu or Muslim, could any longer understand. It will sufficiently illustrate the matter if we tell the reader that we have sometimes written down a word from the mouth of Hindus, taking the greatest pains to fix its pronunciation, and that afterwards when we repeated it to them, they had great difficulty in recognizing it.”
This is a
clear opposite to Hiuen Tsiang’s
time in the 7th c AD, when this young Chinese Buddhist scholar came to
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total market value of all final goods and services produced in a country in a given year, equal to total consumer, investment and government spending, plus the value of exports, minus the value of imports. Both India and China were the most affluent regions in the world for many centuries.
However, when the British came to India for trade, they deceptively took control by setting Indian against Indian, assisted by the Brahmins. This completely destroyed India's moral fibre and ruined its economy. The Brahmins worked with the British to take control of India. They were quick to portray Manu Dharma (the law of the Caste System based on ones skin color or varna) as the Hindu law, and through the translation of William Jones this poison entered the society of the world.
In conclusion, there is no
such race as the Aryans and the term is synonymous with racism and deception.
Today there is much being written in the media denying the Aryan race and
declaring it a myth. However, the intention is not to bring equality in the
society, but rather to cover up the deception in history exposed by the
discovery of the
by John Hinnells and Eric Sharpe, Hinduism, Oriel Press in association
2. Vijaya Pushkarna, Looking
3. Ehsan Yarshater - editor, The Cambridge History of Iran, Volume 3(I), Cambridge University Press, 1983, pages 411-412.
4. Nirad C. Chaudhuri, Hinduism, Oxford University Press, 1979, page 42-43.
5. For the original document see Keilschrifttexte aus Boghazkoy (1916-68). Translation by A. Goetze is in Ancient Near Texts relating to the Old Testamant, edited by J.B. Pritchard. Third Edition (1969), p.205.
6. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Edition, Macropaedia Volume 12, page 289.
7. Ibid, page 288.
8. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Edition, Macropaedia Volume 19, page 1170.
9. A.L. Basham, The Wonder That Was India, Rupa & Co, 1994, pg 237.
10. Edited by John Hinnells and Eric Sharpe, Hinduism, Oriel Press in
11. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Edition, Macropaedia Volume 19, page 1171.
12. Daniel 6:25-27.
13. Daniel 6:28.
14. Ehsan Yarshater - editor, The Cambridge History of Iran, Volume 3(I), Cambridge University Press, 1983, page 101.
15. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Edition, Macropaedia Volume 12, page 289.
16. Ehsan Yarshater, page 566
17. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Edition, Macropaedia Volume 12, page 289.
18. A.L. Basham, The Wonder That Was India, Rupa & Co, 1994, pg 58.
19. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Edition, Micropaedia Volume V, page 697.
20. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Edition, Micropaedia Volume V, page 356.
21. A.L. Basham, The Wonder That Was India, Rupa & Co, 1994, page 315.
22. A.L. Basham, pages 363-364.
23. K.A. Nilakanta Sastri and G. Srinivasachari, Advanced History of India, page 305.
24. K.L. Khurana, Political and Cultural History of India, 1992, page 359.
25. Ibid, page 289.
26. Ibid, page 359-360
27. K.L. Khurana, Political and Cultural History of India, 1992, page 362.
28. M. Deivanayagam and D. Devakala, Christianity in Hinduism, Dravidian Religion Trust, 1997, page 107.
29. Dravida Samayam, June 1998
30. Patrick Johnstone, Operation World, 5th Edition 1993, page 502.
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