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Be prepared to change ALL your views about India. Sanjay Sonawani’s work will turn your understanding of India up side down.

My FB post a moment ago. I think this is worth sharing.

AN EXTRACT FROM SANJAY’S BRILLIANT WORK – DRAFT, IN PROGRESS. HE GOES TO THE HEART OF THE PROBLEM: THE MUTE ACCEPTANCE BY INDIAN SCHOLARS OF A PATENTLY FALSE HISTORY OF INDIA THAT WAS CREATED BY THE BRITISH (WHO WERE BIASED DUE TO A RACIST IDEOLOGY)

I THINK 99.99 PER CENT OF INDIANS WILL BE COMPLETELY SURPRISED BY SANJAY’S FORENSIC ANALYSIS. ALMOST EVERYTHING THEY KNOW ABOUT INDIA IS FALSE.

The Indian elite who arose from convent schools in which books by British historians (e.g. Vincent Smith and Rawlinson’s Oxford Student’s History of India) were taught effectively started believing that the Vedas were the source of their religion and that an Aryan Invasion had enslaved the aboriginal masses. They had no alternative way to verify these claims. This created a rift between the so-called aboriginals and the Brahmins.

It did not occur to the scholars on both sides that if there was a rift it must be religious in nature. They even forgot to ask why the deities they worship at home are absent from the Vedas and its allied literature. They did not ask about the strong ritualistic difference between the Vedas and the daily religious practice of Hinduism, a difference that could not have existed if the two religions were the same. The explanations given by Vedic scholars were mutely accepted. For example, it was said that the victorious Aryans accommodated some of the aboriginals Gods as part of their assimilation process. This surprisingly lame explanation went unchallenged for more than two centuries.

Sanjeev Sabhlok

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4 thoughts on “Be prepared to change ALL your views about India. Sanjay Sonawani’s work will turn your understanding of India up side down.
  1. Raj

    I disagree. Sir Rawlinson was right. The Aryan gods, assimilation and all seems true. And caste is racial in nature. The lower down you go, the more aboriginal it tends to be.

    Race means nothing, but that is truth. This is true all over India. Tamil Nadoo for instance derives most of its upper caste with genes of Y-haplogroup R1a, R2, J and L.

    Note that ONLY gene R1a is a white gene here. Which is why though most upper and middle caste Tamils are pretty Caucasian in looks, they are not fair for their genes derive from Mid-Eastern L and J, and even breakaway R2.

    Quite apart from the North (Ganges area) which receives over half the paternal line to R1a gene.

    The Pashtuns are the purest breed of original Vedic “Aryans” (This word is pretty racist) left.

    All in India are mix-breeds of various Caucasian invaders and the aboriginal F and H carriers.

    The Aryan invasion, were it to be called, is irrefutable. I’ve only seen tyrannical stone-worshipping “patriots” try to prove otherwise.

    We’ve got to see the fact — Caste is about race. And we need to get the f beyond looks, physical features and RACE!!

     
  2. Raj

    It is deeply, deeply disappointing that Sanjay needed “work” to come up with this.

    Fact and inquiry is the root of hope for prosperity. Galling, evident facts must not be denied in this fashion.

    We will never get beyond Caste if we cannot even agree it is racial in its root.

     
  3. Sanjeev Sabhlok

    No, Raj. The matter is far deeper than people know. Sanjay’s work is absolutely path breaking: it includes all relevant information and brings to an end the myth that caste is innately hereditary.

    It will totally shake India.

     
  4. Hemanth Popuri

    humility/optimism/patience/rigour/skepticism/lack of absolute certitude are marks of a logical mind, don’t you think?

    Could I humbly request timelines as to when this research is to be published? Could you kindly share primary sources of this research; who you consider to be authority of vedas? Any plan to engage and debate with people who disagree with your views?

    Punchlines please: what impact do you expect from this work? Is it primarily a quest to establish truth or drive behavioral changes in society?

    What are pre-requisites you expect of people you would want to engage/debate with, if at all?