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Cellars of the Inferno: 

Confessions of an RSS Pracharak-

9 myths about Hinduism, debunked-

/STs Resist – 1st May to be Observed as “National Resistance Day’ Against the Supreme Court Judgment on SC-ST Act

planned to take to the streets on May 1st, which is also a Labour
Day.SC/STs organisations have decided to observe 1st May as ‘National
Resistance Day’.

call for holding the protest and observing 1st May as National
Resistance Day has been given by a collective of more than 500 SC/STs
organisations which goes under the banner of ‘National Coalition for
Strengthening POA Act and its Implementation’.

Dalit Atrocity

Protests on May 1st are expected to be bigger than what we have seen on 2nd April Bharat Bandh.

Organisations will be protesting against the Supreme Court’s order on
the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities)
Act. Last month on 20th March, Supreme Court had diluted the provisions of SC/ST Act in an attempt to save the perpetrators of atrocities on SC/ST.

Collective has issued 12 following demands –

Demand 1 – Government of India should ensure that
either through Judicial or Parliamentary recourse the status quo of the
SCs and STs (PoA) Act 1989 is restored to its original position as was
before 20.03.2018 judgment.

National Resistance Day

Demand 2 – The SCs and STs (PoA) Act 1989 and the
POA Amendment Act 2015 shall be included in the Ninth Schedule so that
it may get some protection in the matter of judicial review.

National Resistance Day

Demand 3 – Release of all the SC/STs and Human Rights
Defenders, activists, leaders, community members and employees arrested
on 2nd April, during the “Bharat Bandh”. Immediate action should be
taken against the people who were indulged in firing against the

National Resistance Day

Demand 4 – Robustly, enforce and implement the
amended SCs and STs (PoA) Act 1989 and Rules 1995 and in specific the
rights of victims and witnesses as enshrined in the amended Act.

National Resistance Day

Demand 5 – Establish mandatory exclusive special
courts as per the Section 14 of the SCs and STs (PoA) Act 1989 in each
district. These courts shall not take cases of any other legislation.

National Resistance Day

Demand 6 – Take immediate measures to appoint Public
Prosecutors of victim’s choice as per Rule 4 (5) of the SCs and STs
(PoA) Rules 1995 for speedy trial of the cases.

National Resistance Day

Demand 7 – Conduct an open and transparent
investigation under Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes
(Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Act, 2015 and prosecute those
Government and police officials under section 4 of the Act who are found
to be aided and abetted criminals or found to have negligent in their
responsibilities in implementing the provisions of the Act/plan and

National Resistance Day

Demand 8 – Immediate notification or G.O> to be
issued to all the state governments to frame contingency plan in line
with contingency plan framed by the Government of Tamil Nadu and
simultaneous framing of guidelines and schemes under the plan if any for
the purposes of rehabilitation, employment, pension, strengthening
socio-economic conditions of the victims. Unless this is done the plan
would be merely a piece paper.

National Resistance Day

Demand 9 – National Human Rights Commissions,
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribe Commissions shall conduct open
hearing all over the country on cases of atrocities and on the
implementation of SCs and STs (PoA) Act. The Commissions shall ask for
the annual reports from the states and present the same before the

National Resistance Day

Demand 10 – The Parliament shall also debate during
the sessions on the effective implementation of the PoA Act 1989. The
Parliament shall constitute a National, State and district level
Enforcement Authority for the effective implementation of the PoA Act

National Resistance Day

Demand 11 – Ensure that the underdeveloped SC/ST habitats, habitats prone to atrocities, and habitats which are arsoned
or damaged are provided with land, adequate housing, clean water and
sanitation facilities and infrastructure facilities from SCP/TSP from
the provisions of Contingency Plan.

National Resistance Day

Demand 12 – Ensure externment of the persons likely
to commit offence under the Act in any area included in ‘Scheduled
Areas’ or ‘Tribal areas’ as referred to in Article 244 of the

National Resistance Day


We urge everyone to stand up and resist, protect constitutional
rights of SC/ST and participate in the protests. Who says the
act is misused? Let’s resist the regressive judgement of the Supreme

Use the hashtag #SC/ST Resist while posting on social media!


This news was published in

New Delhi: A US-based risk management and consulting company has put
the Rowdy Rakshasa  Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in its category of ‘Threat Group’
and called it “a stealth, shadowy, discriminatory group that seeks to establish a hindutva cult Nation.”

Terrorism Watch & Warning provides intelligence, research, analysis,
watch and warning on international terrorism and domestic terrorism
related issues; and is operated by OODA Group LLC that helps clients
identify, manage, and respond to global risks and uncertainties while
exploring emerging opportunities and developing robust and adaptive
strategies for the future.

Although the company had included RSS in its ‘Threat Group’ in April
2014. Apart from the RSS, Terrorism Watch has
also put Naxalites, People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and Students’ Islamic
Movement of India (SIMI) among others in the category of ‘Threat

The websites describes: “The RSS is a stealth, shadowy, discriminatory group that
seeks to establish a
hindutva cult Nation

. The group is
considered the radical ideological parent group of India’s ruling hindutva cult party – Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths (BJP).”

“The RSS is a
hindutva cult movement, a right wing group that was
founded in 1925. Their philosophy, called hindutva, was termed fascist
by Communists, and their main demand of the central government was that
it stop appeasing Muslims,” the description continues, adding, “hindutva
has been translated to mean variously: hindu pride, patriotism,
fundamentalism, revivalism, chauvinism, or fascism. The group
self-justifies by ‘asserting the natural rights’.”

In its ‘Intel analysis,’ it further adds, “The RSS was banned in 1948
following the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi by an RSS member,
a chitpavan brahmin nathuram godse. The ban was lifted the following year. Since then, the
group has gained popularity. It later began the BJP, widely considered the political arm of the RSS, which now heads
the central government of India.”…

What is the ethnic origin of Chitpavan (Konkanastha) Brahmins?


The bene Isralies of the Kolaba district believe in a legend which says
that konkanstha bhramins and Bene Israel are decendants from a group of
14 people shipwrecked off the konkan coast.

One group converted to HInduism as the brahmins and the other remained Jewish.


“… non-recombining uniparental contributions in Chitpavan-brahmin
Mediterranean or East European type as shown by 20% (HV, U3) mtDNA
lineages and highly frequent (R1a and L) Y-haplogroups. The admixture
and PC analyses reflected genetic association of Chitpavan-brahmin with
Iranian, Ashkenazi-Jews (Turkey), Greeks (East Europe) and to some
extent with Central Asian Turkish populations elucidating their distinct
Nordic, “Scytho-Iranian” ancestry.” ———–abstract from the
research paper of Sonali Gaikwad and VK Kashyap. National DNA Analysis
Centre, Kolkata.

The observed genomic analyses has asserted the
ethnographical fact that Chitpavan-brahmin share ancestry with
conspicuously European-looking Pagan or Alpine group, who under
religious pressure had migrated from Anatolian Turkey or East Europe to
Gujarat coast probably via sea-vessel. Besides, their documented history
is untraceable beyond 1000 years, further indicating that they were not
part of the original Vedic migrations (early Indo-European) on the west
coast. Therefore, the present genome analyses conducted provides
conclusive evidence of their recent migration, genesis, and expansion
after they migrated from “Sopara” (India’s western trade zone) to
geographically isolated Konkan-region, where they adopted “Konkani”
language, and cultivated cash crop. 15% similar HVS -1 sequence motif
(M4 lineage) is observed between Chitpavan-brahmin and Bene-Israeli (or
Indian Jews).

So they could be greek decendants but chances of
them being bene israeli’s is more. Either ways all research done till
date show that they migrated from the Mediterranean or East European
region to India.

Firstly, the Bene Israeli Jewish claim they are
one of the lost tribes of the Israel and that Chitpavan Brahmins were
part of their group, but later converted into Hinduism and became

Going by genetics data, Chiptavan Brahmins are foreigners because they have “European maternal genes” .

Chiptavans are foreigners.

Role in Indian politics

After the fall of the Maratha Empire in 1818, the Chitpavans lost their
political dominance to the British. The British would not subsidize the
Chitpavans on the same scale that their caste-fellow, the Peshwas, had
done in the past. Pay and power was now significantly reduced. Poorer
Chitpavan students adapted and started learning English because of
better opportunities in the British administration.

Some of the
prominent figures in the Hindu reform movements of the 19th and 20th
centuries came from the chitpavan brahmin community. These included
Dhondo Keshav Karve, Justice Mahadev Govind Ranade,[ Vinayak Damodar
Savarkar, Gopal Ganesh Agarkar, Vinoba Bhave.

Some of the
strongest resistance to change came from the very same community. The
vanguard and the old guard clashed many times. D. K. Karve was
ostracised. Even Tilak offered penance for breaking caste or religious
rules. One was for taking tea at Poona Christian mission in 1892 and the
second was going to England in 1919.

The chitpavan community
includes two major politicians in the Gandhian tradition: Gopal Krishna
Gokhale, whom Gandhi acknowledged as a preceptor, and Vinoba Bhave, one
of his outstanding disciples. Gandhi describes Bhave as the “jewel of
his disciples”, and recognised Gokhale as his political guru.

However, strong opposition to Gandhi came from the chitpavan community.
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the founder of the hindu political ideology
stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult, was a chitpavan brahmin
and several other chitpavans were among the first to embrace it because
they thought it was a logical extension of the legacy of the Peshwas and
caste-fellow Tilak. These chitpavans felt out of place with the Indian
social reform movement of Phule and the mass politics of Gandhi. Large
numbers of the community looked to savarkar, the hindu mahasabha and
finally the RSS. Gandhi’s assassins, narayan apte and nathuram godse,
drew their inspiration from fringe groups in this reactionary trend.…

Can a SC/ST or OBC ever become head of RSS or Prime Minister?

Ms Mayawati after becoming the Chief Minister for the fourth time in
Uttar Pradesh, with her best and outstanding governance became eligible
to become the Prime Minister of this country. This was not tolerated by
the just 0.1% intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one terrorists of the
world, violent,militant, ever shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally
retarded, rapists foreigners Paradesi from Bene Israeli chitpavan
brahmins. So they tampered the fraud EVMs and made the Murderer of
democratic institutions (Modi) to gobble the Master Key negating the
Universal Adult Franchise.

Though Ms Mayawati strived for
Sarvajan Hitaya Sarvajan Sukhaya i.e., for the happiness, welfare and
peace of all societies she was defeated just because she belonged to the
Scheduled Caste Community.

RSS policy on casteism is that they
assert that all hindutvites, chitpavan brahmins Kshatriyas, Vaishya and
Shudras are equal, just for consolidation of votes though they believe
chitpavan brahmins as 1st rate athmas (souls), the others as 2nd, 3rd,
and 4th rate souls. And the ati shudra the aboriginal inhabitants the
SC/STs as having no souls at all, so that they can inflict any atrocity
on them including not allowing them to acquire the Master Key as desired
by Dr BR ambedkar. Let alone to become the RSS chief. But the Buddha
never believed in any soul. He said all are equal. Our Marvellous and
Modern Constitution is based on Equality, Fraternity and Liberty.

Hell, supporting an organization which claims to be rooting for a
stealth, shadowy, discriminatory hindutva cult while they themselves
have held exactly zero elections, that is downright delusional.

Now look at he the List of RSS heads

K. B. Hedgewar (1925–1930. 1931–1940)
Deshastha Brahmin
Laxman Vaman Paranjpe (1930–1931)
Konkanastha Brahmin
M. S. Golwalkar (1940–1973)
Madhukar Dattatraya Deoras (1973–1993)
Rajendra Singh (1993–2000)
Upper Caste Thanks (First Non Brahmin Head)
K. S. Sudarshan (2000–2009)
Sanketi Brahmin
Mohan Bhagwat (incumbent since 21 March 2009)

So from 1925 to 2016 … 91 years…. Not a single lower caste RSS
Sarsanghchalak (Head)… so there is more than likely that the RSS will
remain what it has always been.

A pseudo intellectual , pseudo
activist Upper class Hindu group…. With a narrow interpretation of the
great Sanatana Dharma which denigrates other religions and tries to
impose its Upper class Hindu Supremacy opinion a a fact !!!

stooges, chamchas, chelas, slaves, bootlickers and own mother’s flesh
eaters belonging the non-chitpavan bramins were, ar and will be given
top posts for their greed for money, power through votes. Now they
manage through fraud EVMs.

This country is of now of the chitpavan brahmins, by the chitpavan brahmins and for the chitpavan brahmins.

99.9% of the Sarvajan Samaj are still happy, well an secure!
They have calm, quiet, alert, attentive and an equanimity mind with a clear understanding that everything is changing.

(1 of 10): There are a few theories on the origin of the konkanstha
brahmins, none of them are completely accuarate as far as i know though.
Legend: The… confessions-of-an-rss- pracharak-why-this-book-is-a- must-read/


Cellars of the Inferno: 
Confessions of an RSS Pracharak

Publisher: Chintha Publications

Author: Sudheesh Minni

Pages: 122

RSS has been critiqued for long for its divisive and fascist ideology.

Its role in spreading hatred, communal violence, killings – arson and

loot, blasts has been pointed out by critics. However, the attempt of

RSS to project itself as a cultural and nationalist organization

working for the welfare of majority community, nation and practicing

non-violent methods is still believed by many to be the truth. This is

despite all the violence that is being instigated in the recent times.

The book by Sudheesh Minni titled ‘Cellars of the Inferno: Confessions

of an RSS Pracharak’ breaks any doubts on RSS.  Sudheesh was an RSS

pracharak, who was inducted to its divisive ideology at a very early

age of 5. He participated at different levels – both as a participant

in shakhas as well as organizer of shakhas, both at the state level

and the national level. He travelled across the country and spent

about 25 years of his life with RSS. The initial conviction with RSS

ideology later gave way to repentance for the activities carried. The

book is a product of his repentance for his role as an RSS pracharak.

The book provides an insider view of RSS, its activities,

functioning’s, role in divisive activities.

Sudheesh was born in a small village in Kannur district of Kerala. His

association with RSS started while he was 5 year old. He used to

attend Balagokulam, which used to be organized on weekends. This was

targeted at children. The natural curiosity of children to listen to

stories of child Krishna was used as a means to instill hatred.

Stories around Shivaji and Rana Pratap were also recited to children.

Shivaji was depicted as a protector of Hindus from Muslim invasion.

The facts of many Muslims being part of military machinery of Shivaji

were never depicted. In the manipulated stories with ideological

color, wars were never depicted as rivalries between kings for power

and territorial expansion but as a war taking place between two

different religions. The happenings of those times such as Mumbai bomb

blasts were discussed in Balagokulams and were pointed as activities

carried out by Muslims against Hindus.

The evening shakhas used to take place for an hour. Apart from yoga,

nigooda (traditional war education), marching – what also used to take

place was sports activities like kabaddi and khokho. In Kabaddi,

children were instructed that on the other side of the line were

enemies of the nation – who were Muslims, Christians and Communists..

The children were instructed to touch as many enemies as possible

during the game. This was followed by songs where they were made to

feel proud of their Hindu identity. Inculcating superstitious thinking

was common where in one instance it was pointed that a ‘political

enemy would die out of snake bite, through god who would come in the

form of a snake’.

The prathamik varg shikhak varg course used to be organized for a week

during Christmas vacation. It used to be residential and go on for a

week. It starts with morning prayers, followed by stick movement,

discussions, speeches and evening sports. Each event has a strong

anti-Muslim, anti Christian and anti Communist component. The content

was primarily from Golwalkar’s ‘Bunch of Thoughts’ and ‘We and our

Nationhood defined’. The last day was followed by lighting of lamp and

a talk calling out the trainees to shoulder the responsibility of

‘protecting hindus’ who are in danger. With this they were prepared as

primary instructors.

RSS has an organized structure. Based on duties, RSS has Khat Pramukh,

Mukya Shikhshak, Shikshak, Shaka Karyavaha and Seva Pramukh. At the

Mandal level are Mandal karyavaha, Saha karyavaha, Mandal sharirik

pramuch, Mandal Boumik pramukh, Mandal Seva pramukh and Mandal sampark

pramukh. Apart from this it has Taluk sangh chalak, Zilla pracharak

and Zilla vyavastha pramukh. These were based on geography and

functions such as sports, social activities and public relations. RSS

had no economic agenda. It had its connection with more powerful

sections such as large landholders. The concept of land belonging to

the tiller was not a principle believed by them. These were seen in

incidents where they stood by large landholders and against

cultivating landless. This was seen as an arrangement through which

they can get some land, monetary and political support for RSS


The creation of rumors was a regular process. Rumors were manufactured

to create the image of existence of threat to Hindu religious based

activities and the community. An instance of Theyyam festival is

pointed out where a rumor was spread of the festival going to be

disturbed by the other party. Any suspicion of activities targeted

against RSS was acted upon. Sathyan a famous athlete became a victim

of such suspicion.

Sudheesh attended his first Sangh shiksha varg in Madurai for 25 days.

Daily physical training, stick movement, speeches, discussions and

exams were integral. The shibhir stressed that adoption of

Christianity, Islam and Communist ideology had caused the destruction

of Indian culture. It was emphasized that to protect Bharat Matha from

becoming pieces and protecting its culture, they need to fight. The

participants are made to draw map of Akhand Bharat which includes

China, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Srilanka.

It is emphasized that as sevaks, they should rest in peace only after

getting back Akhand Bharat. Elimination of three enemies is projected

as a way and means to attain Akhand Bharat. In the second Sangh

shiksha varg attended by author, the points discussed also included

strategies for Hindu revivalism, anti-hindu behavior of Gandhi,

critics of hindutva ideology, pilgrimages, old temples, the need to

protect hindu temples etc.

The author points that events, which otherwise are not religious have

a hidden agenda when undertaken by Pracharaks. He cites his example

whereby he tried to reach out to minority institutions to impart vedic

maths to Hindu students. Once the students enrolled to the course

beyond the school, they were slowly inducted with ideas of a Hindu

nation. This happens even in Yoga classes run by pracharaks. Other

activities include spiritual activities, yoga, social activities,

tuitions, job trainings, coaching institutions for services by

Pracharaks. During these events there was subtle introduction to

aspects of RSS ideology. He feels that aspects such as vedic maths and

yoga can be taught by completely eliminating it of its religious

color. The pracharaks operated clandestinely.

The author points to the huge network of Sangh parivar. This includes

Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) targeting students, Bala

Gokulam targeting small children, Yuva Morcha targeting youth, Mahila

Morcha targeting youth, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh targeting workers etc.

Other wings included Vignana Bharati (Swadeshi science), Vidya Bharati

(Education), Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Hindu Aikya Vedika, Bharatiya

Vichaar Kendra, Kshetra Sanrakshan Samithi, Seva Bharati (Social

activities), Bhaskar Jyoti, Vanavasi Kalyana Ashram, Ekalavya

Institutions and Vivekananda Kendra. It also includes Ayyapa seva

samithi, Kannaki, Janmabhoomi, Kesari, Vrattantham, Kurukshetra

prakasamm. It also started associations with fisher community. Besides

large number of NGOs sponsored by RSS. Each of these works as part of

the larger ‘Sangh Parivar’ to carry their agenda of Hindutva.

The author talks of his experience in organizing the shibirs with

children in tribal areas. Ideas of Hindutva were introduced in a

primitive community ignoring their identity. An anti-muslim and

anti-chrisitan feelings was also propagated among them. This was in a

community who never believed in Hindu identity and that by itself was


Referring to his participation in Naipunya varg (secret summit) of RSS

at Nagpur, it also had famous industrialists including Adani attending

during inaugural session. To inculcate the idea of Hindutva among

sections, separate cells were proposed for Industrialists, Government

officials, Hindu priests, Teachers, Doctors, Media and Cultural cell.

Each cell was to identify loopholes in identified areas, review once

in three months and attack the government in power. Internet was to be

used as a means to propagate.  The closing ceremony was ended with a

speech of retired judge who called for accepting Hindutva as a way of

life. It points at the level of penetration of RSS ideology among the


The author observes that RSS owned infrastructure have been reduced to

places for corruption, sexual activities and preserving weapons. The

need to prepare and buy arms for eliminating enemies is emphasized in

Sangh. In the name of fighting back the enemies in Kannur, Karyavahak

suggested the usage of Rifles instead of Bombs and swords. The author

quotes an instance where he expressed his frustration to another sevak

stating that Swayamsevaks are groups which indulge in women

harassment, lootings and drinking. All this happens in the name of

protecting religion.

Sharing about his visits on RSS mission to Northern parts of the

country, he points that Swayamsevaks here also consisted of

professionals such as Doctors, Engineers, Scientists, Police

officials. Each had a sacred thread. Rich landlords with large

landholdings were also part of them. The responsibility for running

panchayati or block level shibirs was largely in their hands. Dalits

who were landless were exploited. An instance is quoted where a rich

landlord (a swayam sevak) was approached by lease farmer requesting

for delay in paying due to crop failure. Instead the lease farmer was

asked to send his wife and daughters to the landlord. Another instance

was seen where demands of a tribal leader to install Ganesh in a

temple in a tribal dominant locality was requested from Sangh leaders.

This was rejected on the premise that this is reserved only for upper

castes. When finally this was installed, the temple was put on fire.

The author points that while sangh mobilizes Dalits for events such as

Babri Masjid demolition, the ones who instigated from upper caste

continue to be safe. The Dalits who were made to participate became

victims. This was equally true of Gujarat.

The Sangh mobilizes about crores of rupees in the name of Guru

Dakshina. From within Kerala, about Rs. 250 crores is mobilized. Big

industrialists, business persons, contractors, government officials

also donate the RSS. A huge amount is mobilized from across the

country. This is used for creation of communal incidents, planning

terror activities, ending peace and harmony among communities.

The author parts away from RSS to join an alternative. He points that

corporatization and communalization have come together and posing

threats to the security and democratic values and secular fabric of

the nation. Hence he emphasizes on the need for alternative.

The book by Sudheesh Minni is a necessary reading for those who still

have an illusion about the RSS and Sangh Parivar. It also provides an

anatomy and the way the parivar functions. Most importantly it helps

in breaking the myth of RSS being a mere cultural and social

organization working for protection of Hindus. It convinces you that

more than protecting one, its activities are centered on propagating

the idea of eliminating the other. In the idea of building Hindu

identity, its attempt in maintaining caste and class based dominance

becomes clear. It is a welcome reading for those working to expose the

activities of RSS.

Author: T Navin works with an NGO as a Researcher

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