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Taj Mahal is a useless tomb

Posted by The Mindset on August 7, 2013

Every time Muslims are asked what they have contributed to India they come up with a standard answer, in their typical arrogant tone – “well, Muslims built Taj Mahal.”

Yeah right, you built Taj Mahal, a stupid useless tomb.

First there are still doubts that whether Taj Mahal was built by Shah Jahan or not. There are ample proof that a Hindu temple existed at the site of Taj Mahal.Visit the following web page for more info:

http://www.stephen-knapp.com/was_the_taj_mahal_a_vedic_temple.htm

Even if Shah Jahan built Taj Mahal one is bound to question the benefit this grand building is yielding. What purpose this monument is serving ? except pampering the inflated ego of an uneducated moron.

The Mongol (Mughals) Shah Jahan looted the poor farmers of the Doab region – the region between Ganga and Yamuna – and used the money to build this useless tomb for his dead wife. Taj Mahal is a perfect example of misuse of power.

The Muslims never build any school or college even though they had enough money and resources. On the other hand they destroyed several educational institutes already present in the country – Nalanda and Taxila are examples.

I quoted Sir V.S. Naipaul in the post Muslims brought poverty to India – Sir V. S. Naipaul

V.S. Naipaul: I think I would like to go back just a little bit to the wretchedness of India, and to talk about what might have caused it, that people behave as though it was always there, it was an eternal. I don’t think it was an eternal. India was destroyed by the Muslim invaders, they ruled it severely and ravaged it for five to six centuries and they left nothing behind. They didn’t build a school, no institutions, so that was the cause of the poverty, that utter wretchedness where people had no faith in institutions, had no-one to appeal to ever, produced this idea of holy poverty. I think we have to understand that.

The fact is that the Taj Mahal is magnificently useless. The Muslims were never an educated, civilised lot. They were always the same uncivilised, barbarians that they are.

It’s only after 1947 that this tomb is generating some income from tourism but before that for nearly 300 years this tomb was completely useless. A public toilet has more value than Taj Mahal.

Taj Mahal shows all that had gone wrong with the Mogul rulers. They treated wealth as a means to personal aggrandizement. In their hands wealth ceased to be an instrument of production or growth or security and only served their personal agenda of ego pampering, luxury and of satisfying any stupid whim that crossed their poorly educated minds. This attitude towards wealth led to steady fall of Mogul emperors with each successive one being worse than his predecessor. The last Mogul emperor did not even know what governance is all about. He is remembered only for the kites that he used to fly and for the sad poems that he wrote. British soldiers did not have to make much effort to capture him and pack him off to exile.

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The ancient Nalanda University

Posted by The Mindset on December 6, 2011

I just want to share this article with my readers.

How visionary and progressive our ancestors were who built those great universities which were seat of education and skill.

But alas! then came the Muslims with their trademark barbarity & backwardness and brought poverty to this nation.

Read the article here

Really Old School

Here is a small excerpt:

Founded in 427 in northeastern India, not far from what is today the southern border of Nepal, and surviving until 1197, Nalanda was one of the first great universities in recorded history. It was devoted to Buddhist studies, but it also trained students in fine arts, medicine, mathematics, astronomy, politics and the art of war.

The university was an architectural and environmental masterpiece. It had eight separate compounds, 10 temples, meditation halls, classrooms, lakes and parks. It had a nine-story library where monks meticulously copied books and documents so that individual scholars could have their own collections. It had dormitories for students, perhaps a first for an educational institution, housing 10,000 students in the university’s heyday and providing accommodations for 2,000 professors. Nalanda was also the most global university of its time, attracting pupils and scholars from Korea, Japan, China, Tibet, Indonesia, Persia and Turkey.

The date should be noted. In 1192 after the Second battle of Tarain Muslims entered the Indian heartland. soon after this university was destroyed because  of it’s Buddhist culture.

Muslims have destroyed so many cultures – I have already written about how the Zoroastrians were treated in Islamic Iran. So were the Hindus & Buddhists in India.

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Muslims brought poverty to India – Sir V. S. Naipaul

Posted by The Mindset on November 24, 2011

In an interview regarding his visit to India Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad “V. S.” Naipaul said that it were the Muslims who brought poverty and misery to India. Before the arrival of Muslims India was a thriving civilization with excellence in art, literature, music, medicine. After the end of Muslim “Tyranny” in India nothing was left of it.

Here is an excerpt of the interview :

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Zoroastrians (Parsis) in India-Like Sugar in Milk

Posted by The Mindset on February 14, 2011

Parsis (Zoroastrians) arrived in India fleeing the persecutions by Muslim leaving their Motherland Iran. The account of arrival and settlement of Parsis in India is depicted in “Qissa-i-Sanjan” (The Story of Sanjan). Parsis beleive that Qissa-i-Sanjan is an accurate account of their ancestors.

The account begins in Greater Khorasan, and narrates the travel of the emigrants to Gujarat, on the west coast of present-day India. The first chapter, which is the longest, ends with the establishment of a Fire Temple at Sanjan (Gujarat), and the later dispersion of their descendants. In later chapters, the Qissa narrates the success in repelling Islamic invaders, then the failure in the same, and the subsequent flight of the Zoroastrians. The account closes with a chapter on the conveyance of the “Fire of the Warharan” to Navsari.

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