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Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     27 October 2010

Head Priest of "SANKAT MOCHAN TEMPLE" Patna (Bihar) is by caste "Chamar" who comes under Shedule Caste.  He is popularly known as "FALAHARI BABA", belongs to a very poor family. There are some other people of SC community are doing priestship and engaged in astrology(Jyotish) work. Also from ST(Schedule Tribes)

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Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     27 October 2010

Pariahs turn priests in temples

8 Jul 2007, 0323 hrs IST,ARUN KUMAR,TNN

 

PATNA: Bihar, which earned notoriety in the past because of the

oppression of the Dalits by the privileged castes, has been witnessing

a silent social revolution these days. Now, the "pariahs" are

performing "puja" as priests in some famous temples of the state.

 

Kishore Kunal, who became Bihar State Board of Religious Trusts

(BSBRT) administrator in May, 2006, said Chandeshwar Paswan was the

first Dalit priest appointed by him at Vishwanath Mahadev Mandir,

Hajipur. His appointment as priest was done on the day of Shivaratri,

when a large number of devotees throng this temple to offer their puja

to lord Shiva.

 

On January 14, the Makar Sankranti day this year, another Dalit,

Jamuna Das, was appointed as a priest in famous Shiva temple at Bihta,

said Kunal.

 

On June 30 this year, on the occasion of Sant Kabir Jayanti, yet

another Dalit from the Mushahar community, Janardan Manjhi, was

appointed as a priest at the Ram Janki temple at Paliganj in Patna

district.

 

Kunal said he searched for Dalit Sanskrit scholars for their

appointment as priests. He felt these appointments would go a long way

in eliminating caste discrimination and bring social harmony in the

caste-ridden society of Bihar. He said at Begusarai and Bodh Gaya

temples, too, Dalit priests would be appointed soon.

 

He said this social revolution in not something unprecedented. The

state had witnessed in the past some kind of social revolt against

Brahminism under the banner of Buddhism. Even during the early days of

the post-independence era, Bihar's first CM Srikrishna Singh had

himself led the untouchable Dalits' entry into Shiva temple at

Baidyanath Dham (now in Jharkhand).

 

The movement, however, slowed down in the last decades of 20th

century. It was revived again by Kunal, who in his capacity as

secretary of the famous Hanuman Temple of Patna, appointed Phalhari

Suryvashi Das, a Dalit scholar, as a priest of the temple on June 13,

1993. According to Kunal, Das was brought here by him from Ravidas

Temple at Ayodhya. Since then, Das has been performing the religious

rituals in the Hanuman Temple. Sanjay Rajak, another Dalit, has been

engaged in distribution of "charnamrit" (holy nectar) at the temple.

 

 

Source/Link:

https://www.mail-archive.com/zestcaste@yahoogroups.com/msg07038.html

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Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     27 October 2010

Temple of hope for all in distress

- Mahavir Mandir Trust is second richest in North India after Vaisno Devi AMIT BHELARI

Patna, Aug. 12: The Mahavir temple in Patna, located near the Patna Railway Station, is one of the most visited temples in North India.

On an average, 10,000 devotees visit the temple everyday. On Saturdays and Tuesdays, when people from distant places come especially to worship Lord Hanuman, the number of worshippers at the temple easily crosses 20,000.

“It is a ‘manokamana’ mandir where the devotees’ come and pray to the lord. Their wishes often get fulfilled and this is the reason why the number devotees at the temple has only increased over the years,” said a priest at Hanuman Mandir.

Sudhanshu Shekhar, a devotee and a businessman from Delhi, said, “For the past five years, I have been visiting the temple regularly. Earlier, my business was not makingprofit. My friend asked me to visit the mahavir temple in Patna and soon after I started coming here, my business has started showing profit and has grown over the years.”

Former IPS officer and Bihar State Board of Religious Trusts chairman and secretary of Mahavir Mandir Trust Acharya Kishore Kunal said, “The Mahavir Mandir Trust is the second richest in North India after Vaishno Devi shrine trust. Many devotees donate here to show their dedication and devotion to Lord Hanuman”.

Acharya Kishore Kunal added, “The Mahavir Mandir trust organises medical camps, provides free medicines and subsidised treatment to a large number of poor and needy patients every year. All the cancer patients up to the age of 12 years are taken special care of by the temple trust and it spends more than Rs 2.5 crore per annum on philanthropic projects.”

“The present income of the temple is over Rs. 1 lakh per day, and the annual turnover is around Rs 4.15 crore. The total asset of the trust is almost Rs 100 crore,” said Nagendra Ojha, manager, Mahavir temple.

Its Naivedyam ladoos are making considerable profit for the trust. “It brings around Rs 1.2 crore every year,” said the manager. The Mahavir Mandir trust is presently running four hospitals in Patna. Among all, the Mahavir Cancer Sansthan is the most popular one. “It is one of the first trusts in North India where temple funds have been mostly utilized for philanthropic projects,” said Acharya Kishore.

Source:

https://www.telegraphindia.com/1100813/jsp/bihar/story_12804954.jsp

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Babar was a samaj sudharak.  Temples need Babar.  All are the ADDAs of of anti-social, anti equality, anti-constitutional, anti-democratic, anti-national conspiracies.

Democratic Indian (n/a)     28 October 2010

 Above statement of Ram Samudre has certain elements of truth.

Bulleh Shah was a great mystic poet, a humanist and a philospher, who resided in India between 1680 to 1758. Bulleh Shah's family was directly decendent of Hazrat Mohammad. He had a penchant of speaking nothing except the truth, even if it angered the Mughal rulers, the mullas and muftis. His writings caused controversy among Muslims of that time. His dead body was not allowed by the rich and powerful to be buried in a community graveyard and was thus buried outside the town. Mysterious is the turn of time. The man who had been refused by the mullahs to be buried after his death in the community graveyard because of his unorthodox views, today enjoys worldwide reverence and recognition. The tomb of Bulleh Shah in Qasur and the area around it is today the only place free of collective refuse, and the privileged of the city pay handsomely to be buried in the proximity of the man they had once rejected!

Bulleh Shah’s writings represent him as a humanist, someone providing solutions to the sociological problems of the world around him as he lives through it, describing the turbulence his motherland is passing through, while concurrently searching for God. The simplicity with which Bulleh Shah has been able to address the complex fundamental issues of life and humanity is a large part of his appeal. Thus, many people have put his kafis to music, from humble street-singers to renowned Sufi singers and even Bollywood films like examples include the songs "Chaiyya Chaiyya" and "Thayya Thayya" in the 1998 film Dil Se. I would quote some of his peoms if it helps anyone to get the message:



 

Not a believer inside the mosque, am I
Nor a pagan disciple of false rites
Not the pure amongst the impure
Neither Moses, nor the Pharaoh

Bulleh! to me, I am not known

Not in the holy Vedas, am I
Nor in opium, neither in wine
Not in the drunkard`s intoxicated craze
Niether awake, nor in a sleeping daze

Bulleh! to me, I am not known

In happiness nor in sorrow, am I
Neither clean, nor a filthy mire
Not from water, nor from earth
Neither fire, nor from air, is my birth

Bulleh! to me, I am not known

Not an Arab, nor Lahori
Neither Hindi, nor Nagauri
Hindu, Turk, nor Peshawari
Nor do I live in Nadaun

Bulleh! to me, I am not known

Secrets of religion, I have not known
From Adam and Eve, I am not born
I am not the name I assume
Not in stillness, nor on the move

Bulleh! to me, I am not known

I am the first, I am the last
None other, have I ever known
I am the wisest of them all
Bulleh! do I stand alone?

Bulleh! to me, I am not known

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Stay silent to survive.
People cannot stand to hear the truth.
They are at your throat if you speak it.
They keep away from those who speak it.
But truth is sweet to its lovers!
Truth destroys shara (shariah).
Brings rapture to its lovers,
And unexpected riches,
Which shara (shariah) obscures.
Those lovers cannot remain silent
Who have inhaled the fragrance of truth.
Those who have woven love into their lives,
Leave this world of falsehood.
Bulleh Shah speaks the truth.
He uncovers the truth of shara (shariah).
He opens the path to the fourth level,
Which shara (shariah) obscures.

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You have learnt so much
And read a thousand books.
Have you ever read your Self?
You have gone to mosque and temple.
Have you ever visited your soul?
You are busy fighting Satan.
Have you ever fought your
Ill intentions?
You have reached into the skies,
But you have failed to reach
What's in your heart!

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If the divine is found through ablutions
surely frogs and fish would find him first
if the divine is hidden in jungles
the cattle would have discovered him by now
O Bulleh, the divine is found by those
with pure and true heart 
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Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     28 October 2010

Originally posted by :Ram Samudre - DRF
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Babar was a samaj sudharak.  Temples need Babar.  All are the ADDAs of of anti-social, anti equality, anti-constitutional, anti-democratic, anti-national conspiracies.
"

 

This may be for you, but do not forget that u r only one out of 1.2 billion persons. People like u and others (a samaj sudharaks) have come and gone, but these things are here and will remain here.

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Thanks for highlighting the issues. For such acts you are also a samaaj sudharak. Pull all such conspiracies out of curtain which are made in these baseless stories. Please continue to submit all these references in open forum, don't worry of opening of any third eye, we will not go "BHASM" by any "SHROP" from Brahma Head Borns.
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Originally posted by :Ashutosh Jayaswal
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Originally posted by :Ram Samudre - DRF



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Babar was a samaj sudharak.  Temples need Babar.  All are the ADDAs of of anti-social, anti equality, anti-constitutional, anti-democratic, anti-national conspiracies.

"




 

This may be for you, but do not forget that u r only one out of 1.2 billion persons. People like u and others (a samaj sudharaks) have come and gone, but these things are here and will remain here.
"

 

Dear Ashutosh ji, do you mean 1.2 billion Indians are followers of Hinduism's Ideology of classification of human being in Brahma Head Born, Brahma Chest Borns, Brahma Stomach Borns, Brahma Foot Borns?  I think they are only 0.2 billion.  Please check.

 

And, also your statement that; "People like u and others (a samaj sudharaks) have come and gone, but these things are here and will remain here", is not seems like "Rassi jal gai par bal nahi gaya"?


(Guest)

Democratic Indian ! DRF Salutes you !!

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Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Advocacy)     28 October 2010

Saab,

ajgar me chetna jagarhe ho?


(Guest)

Sarvesh ji, I am not at all joking anything in this thread.  it is a very important and serious issue for betterment of not only our democratic India but if the castism whoud not be there the Hindu culture would be the best in the world.  Der aayad - Durust aayad.  Subah ka bhoola yadi shaam ko ghar laut aaye to use "Bhool" naheen kahte.  It should be considered for everyone to think on it and throw away the castism and start "Roti-Beti relation".  Or you know that how many Hindu girls are being married by muslims and why only Hindus go out to convirt???  These are "YAKSHA-PRASHN" before hinduism.  If really want to save it, very honest steps have to be taken to sort out the castism.  If one still like say "I am wrong", than what to say???  No one can save it.

Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     28 October 2010

" is not seems like "Rassi jal gai par bal nahi gaya"?

 

Above may be your perception, but it is not like that,

"Rassi Na To Jali Hai, Aur Na Hi Bal Gaya Hai"

 

The Invaders like "BABAR" to whom u r glorifying hve gone, "Bacha Na Kul Mein Rowanhara" Also, See this country growing in size in all respect and on the other hand countrie/places of those invaders have gone down sharply and are nothing in our comparison.

At last but not the least

"Defeat is the ornament the hero adorns himself with."

 

"Badi Baat Hoti Hai Gir Kar Phir Ussi Unchai par Uthana"


(Guest)

It was Hinduism caused for all time gulami of Babars in entire history.  They were the Britishers who polled out the Talwarbaaz Hindu RAJAs who were exploiting the people under misguidance of so called Brahma Head Born Brahmins.  It is the democratic & secular constitution of India which thrown away the fundamentalist hinduism so now we are growing in all respect otherwise we would have gone back under Talwar & Tilak exploitation under jungleraaj of Hinduism.  Where the generation of Babar gone?  What was their population in India?  Now see their strength including and compare with the Hindu countdown.

 

I wish you be happy with open eyes dreams.

Bhartiya No. 1 (Nationalist)     29 October 2010

Ghulami is matter of time/circumtances, strength and mental capacity.

It is not Hinduism rather some of the Hindu Traitors or back sttabers who have done Ghlami to Babar.

Malayasia, Indonasia and so many other countries too were Budhist and just go thru why they embraced Islam.

 

Now also North Korea was 100% Budhist, but now they are embracing Chistianity and around 50% have got converted in last 40 yrs.

 

But Hinduism survived after 1200 yrs of oppressive rule.

 

Also Do not forget that "Gupta Dynasty" and "Maurya Dynasty" were not either of your so called Tilak and Talwar.


(Guest)

 

"Each individual is a freedom, an unknown freedom.  it is impossible to expect.  One has to live in awareness and in understanding." - OSHO


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