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LESSON 4015 Tue 29 Jun 2021 Buddha said “Hunger is the worst kind of illness” Manimegalai fed the hungry with AMUDHA SURABI which never became empty even as many people were fed. Earth is AMUDHA SURABI where vegetables and fruit trees could be planted as did by Ashoka Chakravarti. Like the birds humans can feed on raw fruits and vegetables and live happily with peace and attain Eternal Bliss as their Final Goal. Propagate growing vegan and dwarf fruit bearing trees in homes and spread all over the world like Samrat Ashoka did Kushinara NIBBĀNA BHUMI Pagoda is a 3D 360 degree circle vision meditation laboratory
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LESSON 4015 Tue 29 Jun 2021

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Buddha said “Hunger is the worst kind of illness” Manimegalai fed the hungry with AMUDHA SURABI which never became empty even as many people were fed.

Ashoka and Arboriculture in India. - AWA Trees

Ashoka and Arboriculture in India. - AWA Trees
Evidence of a vast network of managed street trees across India, from over 2000 years ago, that would surpass the most ambitious of todays tree planting. Ashoka founded arboriculture in India.

Ashoka and Arboriculture in India.

Ashoka: pillar and tree
It is commonly believed that street trees originated in the capital cities of Europe in the 1500s. First in France, then Holland and then to London and the rest of the continent. This European history of street trees is rightly uncontested. However, there is compelling evidence of a vast network of managed street trees, from over 2000 years ago. A massive programme of tree planting and arboricultural management along routes over many thousands of miles across India and South Asia. A scheme that would surpass even the most ambitious of today’s tree planting projects and one that can lay claim to the practice of arboriculture beginning in India, over 1500 years before the first trees were planted on the streets of Europe.
Ashoka the Great reigned from 269 BC to 232 BC. He was the third emperor of the Maurya dynasty and is now considered ancient India’s greatest ruler and the key figure in spreading Buddhism across the globe. At the greatest extent, his empire expanded into India’s central and southern regions, along the Himalayas to the north, into Assam to the east, and to the west into what is now Afghanistan, with his influence reaching as far as Greece and North Africa.

Ashoka: Empire
Apart from a few mentions in some Buddhist texts, Ashoka’s great empire was all but forgotten, until in 1837 a young British administrator in Calcutta managed decipher engravings on a range of mysterious stone pillars that were scattered around India. These monumental stone pillars were up to 80ft high, and some were found thousands of miles apart. In what was the first example of writing in Indian history, the British administrator discovered that the pillars were inscribed with advice from Ashoka, on how to live a good life and with examples of what Ashoka had achieved across his empire. These statements, or edicts, were inscribed both on the stone pillars and also on large rocks, all across the empire, in several different languages – even Greek.
The pillars revealed clear evidence that this great ruler’s empire was not due to vast armies and battles, but welfare. They provide evidence that the king was the first (and only) whose conquest was not by force but by the value of ideas and the welfare of the empire’s citizens – and the cornerstone of this scheme to improve people’s lives was by planting roadside trees.
Listed second on the list of 14 statements, or edicts, written on the monumental stones was:
• “Along roads I have had wells dug and trees planted for the benefit of humans and animals”.
• “Along roads I have had banyan trees planted so that they can give shade to animals and men, and I have had mango groves planted.”
It is believed that state funds were used for the tree planting programme along the roads, and to ensure that the projects were carried out correctly, Ashoka would go on frequent tree inspection tours and he expected his district officers to follow his example.
Today it is unlikely that many, if any, trees from this time remain, to confirm the scale of the tree planting. However, to have gone to the trouble and expense of the stone pillars, and for tree planting to form a key headline on them, we can reliably confer that roadside trees were a key policy of the empire and that the level of the tree planting was substantial. To give some comparison, this would be akin to modern political parties putting street tree planting above policy pledges on health services, the economy, education and housing. Likewise, it is reasonable to assume the street trees must have been welcomed and would have formed a highly valued aspect of citizens lives.
A street tree is defined as a tree located next to or within a public road. They provide a wide range of social, environmental and economic benefits and managing them is a major undertaking and cost for local authorities, with much political debate relating to their presence and management.

The definition of urban forestry involves the planned, systematic and integrated management of these trees. Although we wouldn’t easily recognise this environment as ‘urban’ by today’s standards, these definitions perfectly fit what was undertaken over 2000 years ago. As well as his other achievements, Ashoka has to be credited as developing arboriculture in India, he was the first, and possibly only, person to devise and implement an empire-wide roadside tree planting policy.

Ashoka the Great - Rise of the Mauryan Empire Documentary

Ashoka the Great - Rise of the Mauryan Empire Documentary
By Kings and Generals

Ashoka the great planted fruit bearing trees throughout the country

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Mayawati coins slogan for U.P. poll 2021-06-29 - Special correspond­ent Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Monday released a new slogan for next year’s Uttar Pradesh Assembly election —”UP ko bachana hai, bachana hai. Sarvajan ko bachana hai, bachana hai, BSP ko satta mein lana hai va zaroor lana hai (We have to save UP.

Buddha said “Hunger is the worst kind of illness” Manimegalai fed the hungry with AMUDHA SURABI which never became empty even as many people were fed.

Earth is AMUDHA SURABI where vegetables and fruit trees could be planted as done by Ashoka Chakravarti. Like the birds humans can feed on raw fruits and vegetables and live happily with peace and attain Eternal Bliss as their Final Goal.

Propagate growing vegan and dwarf fruit bearing trees in homes and spread all over the world

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According to the University of Singapore survey/review based on 131 countries. From June 18, world will be 100% free and happy from December 8th. Their predictions about Italy and Spain fit exactly.

Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated | Winter Watch

Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated | Winter Watch
By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020 RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever […]

Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated
November 25, 2020 Winter Watch

By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020

RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.” Hodkinson, who is the CEO of a biotech company that makes COVID tests, says “There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians.” We are seeing “politics playing medicine, and that’s a very dangerous game.”

Positive test results do not mean a clinical infection, he says. All testing should stop because the false numbers they produce are “driving public hysteria.” Hodkinson says the risk of death for people under the age of 65 is “one in three-hundred thousand” and it is “outrageous” to shut down society for what is merely “just another bad flu.” […]

Travancore’s temple entry proclamation of 1936 for ‘lower …
Travancores temple entry proclamation of 1936 for lower castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala-India News , Firstpost

Travancores temple entry proclamation of 1936 for lower castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala-India News , Firstpost
Just as the French revolution had its dark side, so does the social revolution in Kerala: the egalitarianism of this proclamation brought with it a reverse discrimination.

Lower castes bore the brunt of it, leading to extraordinary practices such as not only untouchability, but also un-seeability. Also, bizarrely precise laws of untouchability and even un-shadowability were in effect: a Nair must stand at least 5 feet away from a Nambudiri, an Ezhava 10 feet, a Pulaya 15 feet, and so on.

But this COVID though it is Hoax and just another bad flu helped creating all humans as untouchable, un see ables and even un shadow ables which is leading to practice un attachablity and not detachabilty.

Un attachment
not
Detachment

The root of all suffering is attachment

I’m practising non-attachment. Not detachment.
Accepting what comes
and allowing it to leave when it’s time.
What’s for me will be for me effortlessly.

Letting go is a painful part of life. But according to Buddhism, we must let go of attachment and desires if we are to experience happiness.

However, letting go doesn’t mean you don’t care about anyone and anything. It actually means you can experience life and love fully and openly without clinging to it for your survival.

According to Buddhism, this is the only way to experience true freedom and happiness.

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Mayawati demands ballot paper-based Lok Sabha polls in 2019

Mayawati demands ballot paper-based Lok Sabha polls in 2019
Former UP Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Saturday demanded voting through ballot paper in the 2019 general elections.

Mayawati demands ballot paper-based Lok Sabha polls

Mayawati predicted that if ballot papers were used, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would never win an election.

In 2014, they had manipulated the EVMs and in 2017 they again did so, with the single aim of capturing power and wearing the BSP

Mayawati said her party was committed to its motto of “Sarvajan hitay, sarvajan sukhay” (Welfare of all, prosperity for all).

Throw out EVMs of chitpavan brahmins
Bring back Ballot Paper.

And Save the Country
Save the Country.

Save All Aboriginal
Awakened Societies.
All Aboriginal Awakened Societies

Bring BSP to Power
Definitely to Power
(we have to save Prabuddha Bharat)

Mad murderer of democratic institutions (Modi) is the modern Gandhi. Gandhi began farmers agitation to divide & deprive the All Aboriginal Awakened Societies of their rights given by the British in 1917. But Babasaheb had scuttled his plans. Today Behanji Mayawati is playing the role of Babasaheb to save the farmers.”

Get Your Zen On with These 101 Buddha Quotes on Love, Life, and Happiness

Get Your Zen On with These 101 Buddha Quotes on Love, Life, and Happiness
By Parade

Buddha was a spiritual teacher in Nepal during the 6th century B.C. whose teachings became the foundation for the Buddhist religion. One of the most influential spiritual leaders of all time, Buddha (born with the name Siddhartha Gautama), was a phil

Get Your Zen On with These 101 Buddha Quotes on Love, Life, and Happiness

Get Your Zen On with These 101 Buddha Quotes on Love, Life, and Happiness
By Parade

Buddha was a spiritual teacher in Nepal during the 6th century B.C. whose teachings became the foundation for the Buddhist religion. One of the most influential spiritual leaders of all time, Buddha (born with the name Siddhartha Gautama), was a phil

Buddha Quotes

1. “Radiate boundless love towards the entire world.”

2. “A disciplined mind brings happiness.”

3. “Give, even if you only have a little.”

4. “Conquer anger with non-anger. Conquer badness with goodness. Conquer meanness with generosity. Conquer dishonesty with truth.”

5. “Those who cling to perceptions and views wander the world offending people.”

6. “Drop by drop is the water pot filled. Likewise, the wise man, gathering it little by little, fills himself with good.”

7. “I will not look at another’s bowl intent on finding fault: a training to be observed.”

8. “Let none find fault with others; let none see the omissions and commissions of others. But let one see one’s own acts, done and undone.”

9. “Should a person do good, let him do it again and again. Let him find pleasure therein, for blissful is the accumulation of good.”

10. “May all beings have happy minds.”

11. “Delight in heedfulness! Guard well your thoughts!”

12. “Should you find a wise critic to point out your faults, follow him as you would a guide to hidden treasure.”

13. “Should a seeker not find a companion who is better or equal, let them resolutely pursue a solitary course.”

14. “In whom there is no sympathy for living beings: know him as an outcast.”

15. “Hatred is never appeased by hatred in this world. By non-hatred alone is hatred appeased. This is a law eternal.”

16. “Live with no sense of ‘mine,’ not forming attachment to experiences.”

17. “Better it is to live one day seeing the rise and fall of things than to live a hundred years without ever seeing the rise and fall of things.”

18. “One is not called noble who harms living beings. By not harming living beings one is called noble.”

19. “If a man going down into a river, swollen and swiftly flowing, is carried away by the current — how can he help others across?”

20. “All conditioned things are impermanent—when one sees this with wisdom, one turns away from suffering.”

21. “Ardently do today what must be done. Who knows? Tomorrow, death comes.”

22. “The world is afflicted by death and decay. But the wise do not grieve, having realized the nature of the world.”

23. “Resolutely train yourself to attain peace.”

24. “To support mother and father, to cherish wife and children, and to be engaged in peaceful occupation — this is the greatest blessing.”

25. “All tremble at violence; all fear death. Putting oneself in the place of another, one should not kill nor cause another to kill.”

26. “They blame those who remain silent, they blame those who speak much, they blame those who speak in moderation. There is none in the world who is not blamed.”

27. “Just as the great ocean has one taste, the taste of salt, so also this teaching and discipline has one taste, the taste of liberation.”

28. “If with a pure mind a person speaks or acts, happiness follows them like a never-departing shadow.”

29. “As an elephant in the battlefield withstands arrows shot from bows all around, even so shall I endure abuse.”

30. “The one in whom no longer exist the craving and thirst that perpetuate becoming; how could you track that Awakened one, trackless, and of limitless range.”

31. “The root of suffering is attachment.”

32. “Whatever precious jewel there is in the heavenly worlds, there is nothing comparable to one who is Awakened.”

33. “As a water bead on a lotus leaf, as water on a red lily, does not adhere, so the sage does not adhere to the seen, the heard, or the sensed.”

34. “It is in the nature of things that joy arises in a person free from remorse.”

35. “All experiences are preceded by mind, having mind as their master, created by mind.”

36. “Purity and impurity depend on oneself; no one can purify another.”

37. “All tremble at violence; all fear death. Putting oneself in the place of another, one should not kill nor cause another to kill.”

38. “Ceasing to do evil, Cultivating the good, Purifying the heart: This is the teaching of the Buddhas.”

39. “Understanding is the heartwood of well-spoken words.”

40. “He who can curb his wrath as soon as it arises, as a timely antidote will check snake’s venom that so quickly spreads — such a monk gives up the here and the beyond, just as a serpent sheds its worn-out skin.”

41. “As I am, so are these. As are these, so am I. Drawing the parallel to yourself, neither kill nor get others to kill.”

42. “Just as a solid rock is not shaken by the storm, even so the wise are not affected by praise or blame.”

43. “We will develop love, we will practice it, we will make it both a way and a basis…”

44. “There is no fear for one whose mind is not filled with desires.”

45. “Whatever is not yours: let go of it. Your letting go of it will be for your long-term happiness & benefit.”

46. “The one in whom no longer exist the craving and thirst that perpetuate becoming; how could you track that Awakened one, trackless, and of limitless range?”

47. “Meditate … do not delay, lest you later regret it.”

48. “Whatever has the nature of arising has the nature of ceasing.”

49. “Resolutely train yourself to attain peace.”

50. “Know from the rivers in clefts and in crevices: those in small channels flow noisily, the great flow silent. Whatever’s not full makes noise. Whatever is full is quiet.”

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51. “Whatever living beings there may be — feeble or strong, long, stout, or of medium size, short, small, large, those seen or those unseen, those dwelling far or near, those who are born as well as those yet to be born — may all beings have happy minds.”

52. “If you knew what I know about the power of giving, you would not let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way.”

53. “Let him not deceive another nor despise anyone anywhere. In anger or ill will let him not wish another ill.”

54. “Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think. Suffering follows an evil thought as the wheels of a cart follow the oxen that draw it. Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think. Joy follow a pure thought like a shadow that never leaves.”

55. “If you meditate earnestly, pure in mind and kind in deeds, leading a disciplined life in harmony with the dharma, you will grow in glory. If you meditate earnestly, through spiritual disciplines you can make an island for yourself that no flood can overwhelm.”

56. “Good people keep on walking whatever happens. They do not speak vain words and are the same in good fortune and bad. If one desires neither children nor wealth nor power nor success by unfair means, know such a one to be good, wise, and virtuous.”

57. “One who conquers himself is greater than another who conquers a thousand times a thousand men on the battlefield. Be victorious over yourself and not over others.”

58. “Your own self is your master; who else could be? With yourself well controlled, you gain a master very hard to find.”

59. “Not by rituals and resolutions, nor by much learning, nor by celibacy, nor even by meditation can you find the supreme, immortal joy of nirvana until you extinguish your self-will.”

60. “It seems that although we thought ourselves permanent, we are not. Although we thought ourselves settled, we are not. Although we thought we would last forever, we will not.”

61. “Don’t run after pleasure and neglect the practice of meditation. If you forget the goal of life and get caught in the pleasures of the world, you will come to envy those who put meditation first.”

62. “Conquer anger through gentleness, unkindness through kindness, greed through generosity, and falsehood by truth.”

63. “Train your eyes and ears; train your nose and tongue. The senses are good friends when they are trained. Train your body in deeds, train your tongue in words, train your mind in thoughts. This training will take you beyond sorrow.”

64. “Like someone pointing to treasure is the wise person who sees your faults and points them out. Associate with such a sage.”

65. “All wrong-doing arises because of mind. If mind is transformed can wrong-doing remain?”

66. “Whatever is not yours: let go of it. Your letting go of it will be for your long-term happiness & benefit.”

67. “Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.”

68. “I do not dispute with the world; rather it is the world that disputes with me.”

69. “You cannot travel the path until you have become the path itself.”

70. “Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.”

71. “If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.”

72. “The only real failure in life is not to be true to the best one knows.”

73. “Drop by drop is the water pot filled. Likewise, the wise man, gathering it little by little, fills himself with good.”

74. “Be truthful; do not yield to anger. Give freely, even if you have but little. The gods will bless you.”

75. “The whole secret of existence is to have no fear. Never fear what will become of you, depend on no one. Only the moment you reject all help are you freed.”

76. “If anything is worth doing, do it with all your heart.”

77. “It is easy to see the faults of others, but difficult to see one’s own faults. One shows the faults of others like chaff winnowed in the wind, but one conceals one’s own faults as a cunning gambler conceals his dice.”

78. “Meditation brings wisdom; lack of meditation leaves ignorance.”

79. “When you attain victory over yourself, not even the gods can turn it into defeat.”

80. “Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace.”

81. “What we think, we become.”

82. “Silence the angry man with love. Silence the ill-natured man with kindness. Silence the miser with generosity. Silence the liar with truth.”

83. “If you do not change direction, you may end up where you are heading.”

புத்தர் மேற்கோள்கள்

1. “முழு உலகத்திற்கும் எல்லையற்ற அன்பை கதிர்வீச்சு செய்யுங்கள்.”

2. “ஒழுக்கமான மனம் மகிழ்ச்சியைத் தருகிறது.”

3. “உங்களிடம் கொஞ்சம் இருந்தால் கூட கொடுங்கள்.”

4. “கோபத்தை கோபத்துடன் வெல்லுங்கள். நன்மையுடன் கெட்டதை வெல்லுங்கள். தாராள மனப்பான்மையுடன் அர்த்தத்தை வெல்லுங்கள். நேர்மையுடன் உண்மையை வெல்லுங்கள். ”

5. “உணர்வுகள் மற்றும் பார்வைகளில் ஒட்டிக்கொள்பவர்கள் மக்களை புண்படுத்தும் உலகில் அலைகிறார்கள்.”

6. “டிராப் பை டிராப் என்பது தண்ணீர் பானை நிரப்பப்படுகிறது. அதேபோல், ஞானி, அதை கொஞ்சம் கொஞ்சமாக சேகரித்து, தன்னை நன்மையோடு நிரப்புகிறான். ”

7. “தவறு கண்டுபிடிப்பதற்கான மற்றொருவரின் கிண்ண நோக்கத்தை நான் பார்க்க மாட்டேன்: கவனிக்கப்பட வேண்டிய ஒரு பயிற்சி.”

8. “யாரும் மற்றவர்களிடம் தவறு செய்யக்கூடாது; மற்றவர்களின் குறைகளையும் கமிஷன்களையும் யாரும் பார்க்க வேண்டாம். ஆனால் ஒருவரின் சொந்த செயல்களைச் செய்து, செயல்தவிர்க்கலாம். ”

9. “ஒரு நபர் நன்மை செய்ய வேண்டுமென்றால், அதை அவர் மீண்டும் மீண்டும் செய்யட்டும். அவர் அதில் இன்பம் காணட்டும், ஏனென்றால் நன்மை திரட்டப்படுவது ஆனந்தமானது. ”

10. “எல்லா மனிதர்களுக்கும் மகிழ்ச்சியான மனம் இருக்கட்டும்.”

11. “கவனத்தில் மகிழ்ச்சி! உங்கள் எண்ணங்களை நன்கு காத்துக்கொள்ளுங்கள்! ”

12. “உங்கள் தவறுகளைச் சுட்டிக்காட்ட ஒரு புத்திசாலித்தனமான விமர்சகரை நீங்கள் கண்டால், மறைக்கப்பட்ட புதையலுக்கு நீங்கள் வழிகாட்டியாக அவரைப் பின்பற்றுங்கள்.”

13. “ஒரு தேடுபவர் சிறந்த அல்லது சமமான ஒரு தோழரைக் கண்டுபிடிக்கவில்லையென்றால், அவர்கள் ஒரு உறுதியான போக்கைத் தொடரட்டும்.”

14. “அவற்றில் ஜீவராசிகளுக்கு அனுதாபம் இல்லை: அவரை ஒரு வெளிநாட்டவர் என்று அறிந்து கொள்ளுங்கள்.”

15. “வெறுப்பு இந்த உலகில் ஒருபோதும் வெறுப்பால் சமாதானப்படுத்தப்படுவதில்லை. வெறுப்பு இல்லாதால் மட்டுமே வெறுப்பு திருப்தி அடைகிறது. இது நித்திய சட்டம். ”

16. “அனுபவங்களுடன் இணைப்பை ஏற்படுத்தாமல்,‘ என்னுடையது ’என்ற உணர்வு இல்லாமல் வாழ்க.”

17. “பொருட்களின் எழுச்சி மற்றும் வீழ்ச்சியைக் காணாமல் நூறு ஆண்டுகள் வாழ்வதை விட, ஒரு நாள் பொருட்களின் எழுச்சி மற்றும் வீழ்ச்சியைக் கண்டு வாழ்வது நல்லது.”

18. “ஒருவர் உயிருள்ளவர்களுக்கு தீங்கு விளைவிக்கும் உன்னதமானவர் என்று அழைக்கப்படுவதில்லை. உயிரினங்களுக்கு தீங்கு விளைவிக்காததன் மூலம் ஒருவர் உன்னதமானவர் என்று அழைக்கப்படுகிறார். ”

19. “ஒரு மனிதன் ஆற்றில் இறங்கி, வீங்கி, விரைவாக ஓடுகிறான், மின்னோட்டத்தால் எடுத்துச் செல்லப்பட்டால் - அவன் மற்றவர்களுக்கு எப்படி உதவ முடியும்?”

20. “நிபந்தனைக்குட்பட்ட எல்லா விஷயங்களும் அசாத்தியமானவை one இதை ஞானத்துடன் பார்க்கும்போது, ​​ஒருவர் துன்பத்திலிருந்து விலகுகிறார்.”

21. “செய்ய வேண்டியதை இன்று தீவிரமாக செய்யுங்கள். யாருக்கு தெரியும்? நாளை, மரணம் வருகிறது. ”

22. “உலகம் மரணம் மற்றும் சிதைவால் பாதிக்கப்படுகிறது. ஆனால் ஞானிகள் உலகின் தன்மையை உணர்ந்து துக்கப்படுவதில்லை. ”

23. “அமைதியை அடைய உறுதியுடன் பயிற்சி செய்யுங்கள்.”

24. “தாய் மற்றும் தந்தையை ஆதரிப்பது, மனைவி மற்றும் குழந்தைகளை வளர்ப்பது, அமைதியான தொழிலில் ஈடுபடுவது - இது மிகப்பெரிய ஆசீர்வாதம்.”

25. “அனைவரும் வன்முறையில் நடுங்குகிறார்கள்; அனைவரும் மரணத்திற்கு அஞ்சுகிறார்கள். தன்னை இன்னொருவருக்குப் பதிலாக வைத்துக் கொள்வது, ஒருவர் கொல்லவோ, இன்னொருவரைக் கொல்லவோ கூடாது. ”

26. “அவர்கள் அமைதியாக இருப்பவர்களைக் குறை கூறுகிறார்கள், அதிகம் பேசுபவர்களைக் குறை கூறுகிறார்கள், மிதமாகப் பேசுபவர்களைக் குறை கூறுகிறார்கள். குற்றம் சொல்லப்படாதவர்கள் யாரும் உலகில் இல்லை. ”

27. “பெரிய பெருங்கடலில் ஒரு சுவை, உப்புச் சுவை இருப்பதைப் போலவே, இந்த போதனைக்கும் ஒழுக்கத்திற்கும் ஒரு சுவை இருக்கிறது, விடுதலையின் சுவை.”

28. “ஒரு நபர் தூய்மையான மனதுடன் பேசினால் அல்லது செயல்பட்டால், மகிழ்ச்சி ஒருபோதும் விலகாத நிழலைப் போல அவர்களைப் பின்தொடர்கிறது.”

29. “போர்க்களத்தில் ஒரு யானை சுற்றியுள்ள வில்லிலிருந்து சுடப்பட்ட அம்புகளைத் தாங்குவதால், நான் துஷ்பிரயோகத்தைத் தாங்குவேன்.”

30. “இனிமேல் ஆகிவிடுகிற ஏக்கமும் தாகமும் இல்லாதவன்; விழித்தெழுந்த, தடமறியாத, மற்றும் வரம்பற்ற வரம்பை நீங்கள் எவ்வாறு கண்காணிக்க முடியும். ”

31. “துன்பத்தின் வேர் இணைப்பு.”

32. “பரலோக உலகங்களில் எந்த விலைமதிப்பற்ற நகை இருந்தாலும், விழித்துக் கொண்ட ஒருவருடன் ஒப்பிடத்தக்கது எதுவுமில்லை.”

33. “தாமரை இலையில் நீர் மணிகளாக, சிவப்பு லில்லி மீது நீர் போல, ஒட்டாது, எனவே முனிவர் பார்த்தவர்களோ, கேட்டவர்களோ, உணர்ந்தவர்களோ கடைபிடிப்பதில்லை.”

34. “வருத்தத்திலிருந்து விடுபடாத ஒருவருக்கு மகிழ்ச்சி எழுவது விஷயங்களின் இயல்பு.”

35. “எல்லா அனுபவங்களும் மனதிற்கு முன்னால் உள்ளன, மனதை அவற்றின் எஜமானராகக் கொண்டு, மனதினால் உருவாக்கப்படுகின்றன.”

36. “தூய்மையும் தூய்மையும் தன்னைச் சார்ந்தது; யாராலும் ஒருவரை சுத்திகரிக்க முடியாது. ”

37. “அனைவரும் வன்முறையில் நடுங்குகிறார்கள்; அனைவரும் மரணத்திற்கு அஞ்சுகிறார்கள். தன்னை இன்னொருவருக்குப் பதிலாக வைத்துக் கொள்வது, ஒருவர் கொல்லவோ, இன்னொருவரைக் கொல்லவோ கூடாது. ”

38. “தீமை செய்வதை நிறுத்துதல், நல்லதை வளர்ப்பது, இருதயத்தை தூய்மைப்படுத்துதல்: இது புத்தர்களின் போதனை.”

39. “புரிந்துகொள்ளுதல் என்பது நன்கு பேசப்படும் சொற்களின் இதய மரமாகும்.”

40. “தன் கோபத்தை அது எழுந்தவுடன் கட்டுப்படுத்தக்கூடியவன், சரியான நேரத்தில் மருந்தாக பாம்பின் விஷத்தை அவ்வளவு சீக்கிரம் பரப்புகிறான் - அத்தகைய ஒரு துறவி இங்கேயும் அதற்கு அப்பாலும் விட்டுவிடுகிறார், ஒரு பாம்பு அதன் தேய்ந்த தோலைக் கொட்டுவது போல. ”

41. “நான் இருப்பது போலவே இவையும் அப்படியே. இவர்களைப் போலவே நானும் இருக்கிறேன். உங்களுக்கு இணையாக வரைந்து கொள்ளுங்கள், கொல்லவோ மற்றவர்களைக் கொல்லவோ கூடாது. ”

42. “ஒரு திடமான பாறை புயலால் அசைக்கப்படாதது போல, ஞானிகளும் புகழால் அல்லது பழியால் பாதிக்கப்படுவதில்லை.”

43. “நாங்கள் அன்பை வளர்த்துக் கொள்வோம், அதை நாங்கள் கடைப்பிடிப்போம், அதை ஒரு வழியாகவும் அடிப்படையாகவும் ஆக்குவோம் …”

44. “மனதில் ஆசைகளால் நிரப்பப்படாத ஒருவருக்கு பயம் இல்லை.”

45. “உங்களுடையது எதுவுமில்லை: அதை விட்டுவிடுங்கள். நீங்கள் அதை விட்டுவிடுவது உங்கள் நீண்டகால மகிழ்ச்சி மற்றும் நன்மைக்காக இருக்கும். ”

46. ​​“இனிமேல் ஆகிவிடுகிற ஏக்கமும் தாகமும் இல்லாதவன்; விழித்தெழுந்த, தடமறியாத, மற்றும் வரம்பற்ற வரம்பை நீங்கள் எவ்வாறு கண்காணிக்க முடியும்? ”

47. “தியானியுங்கள்… தாமதிக்காதீர்கள், பின்னர் நீங்கள் வருத்தப்படக்கூடாது.”

48. “எழும் தன்மை எதுவாக இருந்தாலும் அதை நிறுத்தும் தன்மை உண்டு.”

49. “சமாதானத்தை அடைய உறுதியுடன் பயிற்சி செய்யுங்கள்.”

50. “ஆறுகளில் இருந்து பிளவுகளிலும் பிளவுகளிலும் தெரிந்து கொள்ளுங்கள்: சிறிய தடங்களில் உள்ளவர்கள் சத்தமாக ஓடுகிறார்கள், பெரிய ஓட்டம் அமைதியாக இருக்கிறது. எது முழுதாக இல்லாதது சத்தம் போடுகிறது. எது நிரம்பியதோ அது அமைதியானது. ”

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51. “அங்குள்ள உயிரினங்கள் எதுவாக இருந்தாலும் - பலவீனமான அல்லது வலுவான, நீண்ட, தடித்த, அல்லது நடுத்தர அளவு, குறுகிய, சிறிய, பெரிய, பார்த்தவர்கள் அல்லது காணப்படாதவர்கள், தூரத்திலோ அல்லது அருகிலோ வசிப்பவர்கள், பிறந்தவர்கள் மற்றும் இன்னும் இருப்பவர்கள் பிறக்க - எல்லா மனிதர்களுக்கும் மகிழ்ச்சியான மனம் இருக்கட்டும். ”

52. “கொடுக்கும் ஆற்றலைப் பற்றி எனக்குத் தெரிந்ததை நீங்கள் அறிந்திருந்தால், ஒரு விதத்தில் பகிர்ந்து கொள்ளாமல் ஒரு உணவை கூட நீங்கள் விடமாட்டீர்கள்.”

53. “அவர் வேறொருவரை ஏமாற்றவோ, யாரையும் எங்கும் வெறுக்கவோ கூடாது. கோபத்திலோ அல்லது நோயிலோ அவர் இன்னொரு நோயை விரும்பமாட்டார். ”

54. “நம் வாழ்க்கை நம் மனதினால் வடிவமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது; நாம் என்ன நினைக்கிறோம். ஒரு வண்டியின் சக்கரங்கள் அதை இழுக்கும் எருதுகளைப் பின்தொடர்வதால் துன்பம் ஒரு தீய எண்ணத்தைப் பின்பற்றுகிறது. நம் வாழ்க்கை நம் மனதினால் வடிவமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது; நாம் என்ன நினைக்கிறோம். ஒருபோதும் விலகாத நிழல் போன்ற தூய சிந்தனையை மகிழ்ச்சி பின்பற்றுங்கள். ”

55. “நீங்கள் ஆர்வத்துடன் தியானித்தால், மனதில் தூய்மையாகவும், செயல்களில் இரக்கமாகவும், தர்மத்திற்கு இசைவாக ஒழுக்கமான வாழ்க்கையை நடத்தி வந்தால், நீங்கள் மகிமையில் வளருவீர்கள். நீங்கள் ஆர்வத்துடன் தியானித்தால், ஆன்மீக ஒழுக்கங்களின் மூலம் எந்தவொரு வெள்ளத்தையும் மூழ்கடிக்க முடியாத ஒரு தீவை நீங்களே உருவாக்கிக் கொள்ளலாம். ”

56. “நல்லவர்கள் என்ன நடந்தாலும் நடந்துகொண்டே இருப்பார்கள். அவர்கள் வீண் சொற்களைப் பேசுவதில்லை, நல்ல அதிர்ஷ்டத்திலும் கெட்டவிலும் ஒன்றே. ஒருவர் குழந்தைகளையோ செல்வத்தையோ சக்தியையோ வெற்றியையோ நியாயமற்ற முறையில் விரும்பினால், அத்தகையவர் நல்லவர், ஞானமுள்ளவர், நல்லொழுக்கமுள்ளவர் என்று தெரிந்து கொள்ளுங்கள். ”

57. “தன்னை வெல்லுகிறவன் போர்க்களத்தில் ஆயிரம் ஆயிரம் மனிதர்களை வென்றவனை விட பெரியவன். மற்றவர்கள் மீது அல்ல, உங்களை வென்றெடுங்கள். ”

58. “உங்கள் சுயமே உங்கள் எஜமான்; வேறு யார் இருக்க முடியும்? உங்களை நன்கு கட்டுப்படுத்தினால், நீங்கள் ஒரு எஜமானரைக் கண்டுபிடிப்பது மிகவும் கடினம். ”

59. “சடங்குகள் மற்றும் தீர்மானங்கள் மூலமாகவோ, அதிக கற்றல் மூலமாகவோ, பிரம்மச்சரியத்தினாலோ அல்ல, தியானத்தினாலோ அல்ல, உங்கள் சுய விருப்பத்தை நீக்கும் வரை நிர்வாணத்தின் மிக உயர்ந்த, அழியாத மகிழ்ச்சியைக் காண முடியாது.”

60. “நாங்கள் நிரந்தரமாக நினைத்தாலும், நாங்கள் இல்லை என்று தெரிகிறது. நாங்கள் குடியேறினோம் என்று நினைத்தாலும், நாங்கள் இல்லை. நாங்கள் என்றென்றும் நிலைத்திருப்போம் என்று நினைத்தாலும், நாங்கள் அவ்வாறு செய்ய மாட்டோம். ”

61. “இன்பத்திற்குப் பின் ஓடாதீர்கள், தியானத்தின் பயிற்சியை புறக்கணிக்கவும். நீங்கள் வாழ்க்கையின் இலக்கை மறந்து உலகின் இன்பங்களில் சிக்கினால், தியானத்திற்கு முதலிடம் கொடுப்பவர்களை நீங்கள் பொறாமைப்படுத்த வருவீர்கள். ”

62. “கோபத்தை மென்மையின் மூலமாகவும், இரக்கத்தின் மூலம் இரக்கமற்ற தன்மையுடனும், தாராள மனப்பான்மையின் மூலமாகவும், சத்தியத்தால் பொய்யுடனும் வெல்லுங்கள்.”

63. “உங்கள் கண்களையும் காதுகளையும் பயிற்றுவிக்கவும்; உங்கள் மூக்கு மற்றும் நாக்கைப் பயிற்றுவிக்கவும். புலன்கள் பயிற்சி பெறும்போது நல்ல நண்பர்கள். செயல்களில் உங்கள் உடலைப் பயிற்றுவிக்கவும், உங்கள் நாக்கை வார்த்தைகளில் பயிற்றுவிக்கவும், உங்கள் மனதை எண்ணங்களில் பயிற்றுவிக்கவும். இந்த பயிற்சி உங்களை துக்கத்திற்கு அப்பாற்பட்டது. ”

64. “புதையலைச் சுட்டிக்காட்டும் ஒருவரைப் போல, உங்கள் தவறுகளைப் பார்த்து அவற்றைச் சுட்டிக்காட்டும் புத்திசாலி. அத்தகைய முனிவருடன் இணைந்திருங்கள். ”

65. “எல்லா தவறான செயல்களும் மனதினால் எழுகின்றன. மனம் மாற்றப்பட்டால் தவறு செய்வது தொடர்ந்து இருக்க முடியுமா? ”

66. “உங்களுடையது எதுவுமில்லை: அதை விட்டுவிடுங்கள். நீங்கள் அதை விட்டுவிடுவது உங்கள் நீண்டகால மகிழ்ச்சி மற்றும் நன்மைக்காக இருக்கும். ”

67. “உங்கள் வேலையை உங்கள் வேலையைக் கண்டுபிடிப்பதும், பின்னர் உங்களை முழு மனதுடன் வழங்குவதும் ஆகும்.”

68. “நான் உலகத்துடன் தகராறு செய்யவில்லை; மாறாக உலகமே என்னுடன் தகராறு செய்கிறது. ”

69. “நீங்கள் பாதையாக மாறும் வரை நீங்கள் பாதையில் பயணிக்க முடியாது.”

70. “கடந்த காலங்களில் குடியிருக்க வேண்டாம், எதிர்காலத்தைப் பற்றி கனவு காணாதீர்கள், தற்போதைய தருணத்தில் மனதைக் குவிக்கவும்.”

71. “ஒரு மலரின் அற்புதத்தை நாம் தெளிவாகக் காண முடிந்தால், நம் வாழ்நாள் முழுவதும் மாறும்.”

72. “வாழ்க்கையில் ஒரே உண்மையான தோல்வி, சிறந்தவருக்குத் தெரிந்தவர்களுக்கு உண்மையாக இருக்கக்கூடாது.”

73. “டிராப் பை டிராப் என்பது தண்ணீர் பானை நிரப்பப்படுகிறது. அதேபோல், ஞானி, அதை கொஞ்சம் கொஞ்சமாக சேகரித்து, தன்னை நன்மையோடு நிரப்புகிறான். ”

74. “உண்மையாக இருங்கள்; கோபத்திற்கு அடிபணிய வேண்டாம். உங்களிடம் இருந்தாலும் குறைவாக இருந்தாலும் இலவசமாகக் கொடுங்கள். தெய்வங்கள் உங்களை ஆசீர்வதிப்பார்கள். ”

75. “இருப்பதற்கான முழு ரகசியமும் பயப்படக்கூடாது. உங்களில் என்ன ஆகுமோ என்று ஒருபோதும் அஞ்சாதீர்கள், யாரையும் நம்பாதீர்கள். எல்லா உதவிகளையும் நீங்கள் நிராகரிக்கும் தருணம் மட்டுமே நீங்கள் விடுவிக்கப்படுகிறீர்கள். ”

76. “எதையும் செய்யத் தகுதியானதாக இருந்தால், அதை முழு மனதுடன் செய்யுங்கள்.”

77. “மற்றவர்களின் தவறுகளைப் பார்ப்பது எளிதானது, ஆனால் ஒருவரின் சொந்த தவறுகளைப் பார்ப்பது கடினம். ஒருவர் காற்றில் அடிப்பதைப் போன்ற மற்றவர்களின் தவறுகளைக் காட்டுகிறார், ஆனால் ஒரு தந்திரமான சூதாட்டக்காரர் தனது பகடைகளை மறைப்பதால் ஒருவர் தனது சொந்த தவறுகளை மறைக்கிறார். ”

78. “தியானம் ஞானத்தைத் தருகிறது; தியானத்தின் பற்றாக்குறை அறியாமையை விட்டுவிடுகிறது. ”

79. “நீங்கள் உங்கள் மீது வெற்றியை அடையும்போது, ​​தெய்வங்களால் கூட அதை தோல்வியாக மாற்ற முடியாது.”

80. “ஆயிரம் வெற்று வார்த்தைகளை விட சிறந்தது, அமைதியைக் கொடுக்கும் ஒரு சொல்.”

81. “நாங்கள் என்ன நினைக்கிறோம், நாங்கள் ஆகிறோம்.”

82. “கோபமுள்ள மனிதனை அன்போடு ம ile னப்படுத்துங்கள். மோசமான குணமுள்ள மனிதனை தயவுடன் அமைதிப்படுத்தவும். தாராள மனப்பான்மையுடன் ம er னமாக இருங்கள். பொய்யரை உண்மையோடு ம ile னமாக்குங்கள். ”

83. “நீங்கள் திசையை மாற்றவில்லை என்றால், நீங்கள் செல்லும் இடத்திற்கு நீங்கள் செல்லலாம்.”

84. “ஆரோக்கியமே சிறந்த பரிசு, மனநிறைவு சிறந்த செல்வம், சிறந்த உறவினரை நம்புங்கள், நிர்வாணம் மிகப்பெரிய மகிழ்ச்சி.

Un attachment
not
Detachment

Letting go is a painful part of life. But according to Buddhism, we must let go of attachment and desires if we are to experience happiness.

However, letting go doesn’t mean you don’t care about anyone and anything. It actually means you can experience life and love fully and openly without clinging to it for your survival.

According to Buddhism, this is the only way to experience true freedom and happiness.

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Travancore’s temple entry proclamation of 1936 for ‘lower …
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Lower castes bore the brunt of it, leading to extraordinary practices such as not only untouchability, but also un-seeability. Also, bizarrely precise laws of untouchability and even un-shadowability were in effect: a Nair must stand at least 5 feet away from a Nambudiri, an Ezhava 10 feet, a Pulaya 15 feet, and so on.

Native Brahmins and Non-Native Brahmins | The Orient Views
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Few days back, i came across a Choliya Brahmin through my friend. While casually interacting with him, there was a discussion about the sharp divide among different sects of brahmins. In that he was saying that the Vadama brahmins treats them as untouchables, and will perform purification when the choliya brahmins entered their house. This…

Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated | Winter Watch

Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated | Winter Watch
By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020 RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever […]

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Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated
By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020
RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.” Hodkinson, who is the CEO of a biotech company that makes COVID tests, says “There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians.” We are seeing “politics playing medicine, and that’s a very dangerous game.”
Positive test results do not mean a clinical infection, he says. All testing should stop because the false numbers they produce are “driving public hysteria.” Hodkinson says the risk of death for people under the age of 65 is “one in three-hundred thousand” and it is “outrageous” to shut down society for what is merely “just another bad flu.” […]

But this COVID though it is Hoax and just another bad flu helped creating all humans as untouchable, un see ables and even un shadow ables

which is leading to practice un attachablity and not detachabilty

Travancores temple entry proclamation of 1936 for lower castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala-India News , Firstpost

Travancores temple entry proclamation of 1936 for lower castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala-India News , Firstpost
Just as the French revolution had its dark side, so does the social revolution in Kerala: the egalitarianism of this proclamation brought with it a reverse discrimination.

Travancore’s temple entry proclamation of 1936 for ‘lower’ castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala
Just as the French revolution had its dark side, so does the social revolution in Kerala: the egalitarianism of this proclamation brought with it a reverse discrimination.

On November 12, 1936, the birthday of the young Maharaja of Travancore, Sri Chitra Thirunal Balarama Varma, he issued a proclamation in his capital, Trivandrum. The proclamation said, in its entirety:
‘Profoundly convinced of the truth and validity of our religion, believing that it is based on divine guidance and on all-comprehending toleration, knowing that in its practice it has throughout the centuries, adapted itself to the needs of changing times, solicitous that none of our Hindu subjects should, by reason of birth or caste or community, be denied the consolation and the solace of the Hindu faith, we have decided and hereby declare, ordain and command that, subject to such rules and conditions as may be laid down and imposed by us for preserving their proper atmosphere and maintaining their rituals and observances, there should henceforth be no restriction placed on any Hindu by birth or religion on entering or worshipping at temples controlled by us and our Government.’

To us today, this may seem commonplace, but for that time and place it was revolutionary. For this was Travancore, which Swami Vivekananda had called “a lunatic asylum” for the indignities heaped on its lower castes.

Today, Kerala is probably the least (overtly) casteist part of the country, although it is almost certainly the most (covertly) communal part as well. But nobody questions egalitarianism. This edict was as powerful as the ideals of the French Revolution: liberty, equality and fraternity.
But just as the revolution had its dark side, so does Kerala’s social revolution: the egalitarianism of this proclamation brought with it a reverse discrimination, so that today the Hindus are at the receiving end of what is for all practical purposes an apartheid: in every way, they are behind the Christians and Muslims, who also benefit from official benefits for them.

Be that as it may, a little history lesson is in order. What is now Kerala was, like most of South India around 1500 years ago, heavily Buddhist and Jain: and there are occasional discoveries of seated Buddhas by farmers tilling the fields. There is evidence from Xieun Tsang, the Chinese traveler, who described his trip to Sabarimala where he said the presiding deity was worshipped simultaneously as both Siva and the Avalokitesvara Padmapani.

And I am quoting Communist leader EMS Namboodiripad, so those of you about to outrage at me may calm down. An army of Hindus arrived circa 600CE, headed by Nambudiri Brahmins and defeated the Buddhists, imposing Hindu culture again over the area. Those Buddhists who collaborated became ‘high-caste’ sudras (eg Nairs), and those that didn’t became ‘low-caste’ (eg Ezhavas). This invasion is immortalized in the story of Mahabali, who ‘ruled over a kingdom where all were equal’, and was sent to Patala: thus exiled.

This situation continued for over a thousand years, partly because it was a stable equilibrium wherein all parties knew their roles in society, even those who were oppressed and at the bottom of the pile as feudal peasant untermenschen. There were also small groups of Christians (the first of them arrived around 345CE, contrary to popular mythology, as refugees led by Thomas of Canaan, a Syrian merchant), Jews, and Muslims.

The next big disruption was when the Portuguese, instigated by Francis Xavier, invaded and converted at gunpoint most of the coastal fisherfolk. They were annoyed to find the Syrian Christians who had never heard of the Pope (their allegiance was to the Patriarch of Antioch, Syria) and so proceeded to persecute and forcibly convert them as well.

Next came Tipu Sultan around 1790. He conquered Malabar and parts of Cochin, but was thwarted from entering Travancore by the use of a ‘river bomb’, wherein Travancore soldiers purposely burst a dam, causing a wall of water to course down the Periyar river. This flooded Tipu’s batteries and killed his troops, forcing him to retreat. But Tipu’s advance had caused a large number of Hindus to flee persecution and settle in Travancore. Many Hindus were also converted at swordpoint.

The net result of Tipu’s invasion was that Travancore became impoverished and thus dependent on the British, who took full advantage of the situation. They forced the regent queen in 1819 to donate Rs. 10,000 (an astronomical sum then) to set up the Valiya Palli church at Kottayam, and large-scale conversions of Hindus began, because they offered poor, low-caste people basic education if they converted.

In 1819, there were, according to the Travancore Manual, 6% Muslims and 6% Christians in Travancore. But under the stress of British overlordship, high tributes extracted by them, and the threat of conversion, paradoxically Hindu society turned destructively inwards and became dysfunctional, even suicidal. Lower castes bore the brunt of it, leading to extraordinary practices such as not only untouchability, but also un-seeability. Also, bizarrely precise laws of untouchability and even un-shadowability were in effect: a Nair must stand at least 5 feet away from a Nambudiri, an Ezhava 10 feet, a Pulaya 15 feet, and so on.

One of the most ridiculous laws prevented lower-caste Hindus from not only going to temples, but even walking on the public roads around them.

Unbelievably, they had a simple way around it: just convert, and then you can use the public roads. Thus a Sankaran merely had to become a Thomas or a Bashir, and he could automatically enjoy a lot more freedom! As a result of all this, by 1930, Travancore was 33% Christian, up from 6% in 1819: Ezhavas and Nadars converted in huge numbers (data from the Travancore Manual).

Increasing awareness of their rights by the lower-castes, especially the Ezhavas, led to agitations for more rights, including entry into government jobs and the Praja-sabha (Assembly) for them. The leadership of Sree Narayana Guru and the poet Kumaran Asan ensured this anger was constructive, and not destructive. But the Vaikom Satyagraha, 1924, about access to the roads around the Vaikom Siva temple, crystallized the anger, and Ezhavas began to discuss en masse conversion to Christianity.

It was in this situation that the wise Maharaja, supported by his brilliant prime minister C P Ramaswamy Iyer, decided that natural justice and sheer decency indicated that temple entry should be granted. Thus the events of November 12, 1936. All Hindus could now, with dignity, go to all temples. In fact, police officers were required to escort low-caste people there. A great-uncle of mine, a dentist, recounted how the very lowest caste people had been led to believe that their eyes would burst if they entered temples, and so it was necessary to demonstrate to them that no such thing would happen.

The net result of all this, unfortunately, was that the previously oppressed became enamored with the siren song of radical egalitarianism and became Communists. To this day, they remain so, thus enabling Communism to retain a foothold in Kerala.
The royals of Travancore, who ruled as regents to the real sovereign Sri Padmanabha, had defeated the Dutch (Colachel 1741) and Tipu (Aluva 1790), and remained one of the best kingdoms in the country, retrieved their lost honor by this far-sighted and bold move in 1936. It was a landmark declaration, no less remarkable than the successes of human rights movements elsewhere.

At the entrance to the Travancore royal palace on the 103rd birthday of Sri Chitra Tirunal. on 10 November, 2015. Image: Rajeev Srinivasan/Firstpost

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Lower castes bore the brunt of it, leading to extraordinary practices such as not only untouchability, but also un-seeability. Also, bizarrely precise laws of untouchability and even un-shadowability were in effect: a Nair must stand at least 5 feet away from a Nambudiri, an Ezhava 10 feet, a Pulaya 15 feet, and so on.

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Few days back, i came across a Choliya Brahmin through my friend. While casually interacting with him, there was a discussion about the sharp divide among different sects of brahmins. In that he was saying that the Vadama brahmins treats them as untouchables, and will perform purification when the choliya brahmins entered their house. This…

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By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020 RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever […]

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Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated
By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020
RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.” Hodkinson, who is the CEO of a biotech company that makes COVID tests, says “There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians.” We are seeing “politics playing medicine, and that’s a very dangerous game.”
Positive test results do not mean a clinical infection, he says. All testing should stop because the false numbers they produce are “driving public hysteria.” Hodkinson says the risk of death for people under the age of 65 is “one in three-hundred thousand” and it is “outrageous” to shut down society for what is merely “just another bad flu.” […]

But this COVID though it is Hoax and just another bad flu helped creating all humans as untouchable, un see ables and even un shadow ables

which is leading to practice un attachablity and not detachabilty

Travancores temple entry proclamation of 1936 for lower castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala-India News , Firstpost

Travancores temple entry proclamation of 1936 for lower castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala-India News , Firstpost
Just as the French revolution had its dark side, so does the social revolution in Kerala: the egalitarianism of this proclamation brought with it a reverse discrimination.

Travancore’s temple entry proclamation of 1936 for ‘lower’ castes: Why nobody questions egalitarianism in Kerala
Just as the French revolution had its dark side, so does the social revolution in Kerala: the egalitarianism of this proclamation brought with it a reverse discrimination.

On November 12, 1936, the birthday of the young Maharaja of Travancore, Sri Chitra Thirunal Balarama Varma, he issued a proclamation in his capital, Trivandrum. The proclamation said, in its entirety:
‘Profoundly convinced of the truth and validity of our religion, believing that it is based on divine guidance and on all-comprehending toleration, knowing that in its practice it has throughout the centuries, adapted itself to the needs of changing times, solicitous that none of our Hindu subjects should, by reason of birth or caste or community, be denied the consolation and the solace of the Hindu faith, we have decided and hereby declare, ordain and command that, subject to such rules and conditions as may be laid down and imposed by us for preserving their proper atmosphere and maintaining their rituals and observances, there should henceforth be no restriction placed on any Hindu by birth or religion on entering or worshipping at temples controlled by us and our Government.’

To us today, this may seem commonplace, but for that time and place it was revolutionary. For this was Travancore, which Swami Vivekananda had called “a lunatic asylum” for the indignities heaped on its lower castes.

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