Ham Kale Hai to Kya Hua Dilwale Hai” by Murli Menon
The most endearing memory in my life is not of any politician but the actor Mehmood (from Hyderabad) in the movie “Kunwara Baap” in the scene where he lifts his polio stricken son and on his shoulders and runs the school race and crosses the finish line after seeing his son struggling with his crutches. Does Tarun Vijay know his history? Civilisation started in Kerala and spread across the world. The Aryan invasion theory is balderdash propounded by historians who are living in a fantasy world like him. Malayalam and Tamil are the precursors of Sanskrit and not vice versa. I challenge any so called gora North Indian astrologer to inscribe a horoscope on a palm leaf manuscript in Sanskrit and provide to gora bhakts. (fair devotees)
In Kerala, horoscopes continue to be inscribed on palmleaf (known as jatakam in God’s own language) and I have mine till today, though I was born in 1966. My horoscope is more accurate than the so called atomic clock at Boulder, Colarado.
Yes, we are black and proud to be black as we do not have infidel blood in us. Just as western archaeologists defaced the nose of the sphinx and lightened the colours of the murals inside the pyramids to hide the fact that it was native Africans from Sudan who actually built the pyramids and not the so called White pharaohs. The pharaohs were black Africans and proud black Africans. Hats off to our African brothers who built a monument to the “Sun God” which still exists unlike the goras who tried covering up the fact that there are pyramids in Sudan!
If the pyramids of Egypt were built by light skinned mythical Euasians, then my friends, who built the magnificient pyramids of Sudan and why is the mainstream media not including the pyramids of Sudan in the wonders of the world? Why are the pyramids of Sudan hidden by the so-called goras?
Every pyramid in Africa was built by the original inhabitants of Africa and they are the proud native Africans. How and when did Tarun Vijay and his country cousins become goras? It is interesting to note that DNA research has shown that the present day white skinned Indians are scattered over Jammu, Kashmir, Punjab, Himachal , Uttaranchal, parts of Haryana and parts of Delhi. In 2001, Dr. Mini Kariappa found DNA proof of foreign genetic material in light skinned Indian communities. However, no foreign genetic material was found among dark skinned Indians. So, it is time for us to ask Tarun Vijay and his bhakts to undergo a DNA test and research from which gora DNA he got his light skin? Same question should be asked to all those irrespective of political affiliations who say they tolerate South Indians inspite of the colour of their skin.
Being a South Indian born and brought up in Ahmedabad, I can vouch the fact that Gujaratis in Ahmedabad are the most wonderful human beings and have always welcomed me to their homes, irrespective of the colour of my skin! At my alma mater St. Xavier’s college, Ahmedabad, we had several African students and also African Sidi students from Junagadh. I remember that Sidi Badshah the boxer, was my senior in college and we used to cheer him in all his inter-college boxing matches.
The fact that the Siddis live undisturbed in Ahmedabad and Junagadh is itself testimony to the average Gujarati’s friendliness to strangers.
The fact that Gujaratis are the most successful immigrants in both America, Africa and Europe and the bonds between Parsis, Gujaratis, Bohris, Siddis, Kutchis and Kathiawadis points to the fact that igoramusus like Tarun Vijay are venting their anger on non-existent ghosts. There is a saying in Bengali, “Soris thake, bhoot dakhe” (He sees ghosts even in mustard seeds). This saying is very appropriate for Tarun Vijay and his ilk. Whatever you throw at the universe comes back to you.
And here is some parting advice to the bhakts. The next time you are tempted to say something hurtful to a dark skinned person, just because you’re are light skinned, you might want to stop and remember this story: it’s a keeper. Read it here.
There once was a little boy who had a bad temper. His father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence.
The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered daily gradually dwindled down. He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence.
Finally the day came when the boy didn’t lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone.
The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, “You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things against others, they leave a scar on your own psyche, just like this one. So Tarun Vijay and his followers are on the suicidal path by his statements. And finally, I want to remind the bhakts, Hinduism puts it very appropriately, “Vinashakale Viprita Buddhi”. (Those whom God destroys, first he makes them mad).
Murli Menon, is the author of “ZeNLP-the Power to Succeed”, ZeNLP-the power to Relax” and ZeNLP-Learning through Stories”. He can be contacted over email at firstname.lastname@example.org or Whatsapp your feedback to +918460578357
Source: World Hindu News (WHN)