Hindu Awakening- Need of Hindu Kshatriya
Where is the Hindu Kshatriyata?
Many civilizations existed in the world before but as time passed by none of them survived. But there was one civilization that survived all sorts of the onslaught is the civilization of India.
But even after great sacrifice today the existence of Hindus is under threat by Marxist, Christian missionaries, Islamist fundamentalists, and western forces. Can we ever expect the world to be all good and free of enemies?
Today most of us(Hindus) are doing good in life, properly settled and some have been sitting in quite good positions. But what about those who are suffering back in countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh. Even the state of Hindus can’t be considered good in our very own country.
In states such as West Bengal, Kerala, and J&K Hindus are slaughtered like lambs. And guess what? No one gives a damn.
Sadhus are being lynched, Hindu girls are easily lured into the trap of love jihad, RSS workers were literally slaughtered and some were killed with their family. Does that qualify for a happy Hindu state?
Although we may think that we are safe and sound for now and doing good in life and need not worry much about the happening around us unless or until someone is bothering us. But for how long we will be able to survive with this self-centered approach?
Now there are some who take a bold stand and fight against evil narratives being run against Hindus. But guess what? Many of us are hesitant to openly come out and support such people. Maybe in the fear of being criticized by certain people in the community or being tagged as a Sanghi or a fascist?
Now there are many keyboard warriors around who claim that war can be fought in the closed room by tweeting some tweets or posting some posts here and there. Although it is also an essential part of this war but is that it?
When will the time come when we’ll go out and directly take on the people who again and again shame our beliefs and vilify our culture. What is stopping us?
If we ought to defend dharma then we should be willing to fight. Our family members, people from our community may accuse us and call us names but we need to stand our ground. We may be outnumbered or people may even laugh at us but we should still fight.
Take for example if a general is sitting in a VIP lounge and orders his troops to go and fight without leading from the front how will that sound? So if we plan to lead the fight for dharma from the front we should be ready to take a blow.
“Hard times create strong men, strong men create good times, good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times.”
Our ancestors fought hard to preserve this culture but what should be our role? Are we the weak men who will create hard times?
Often some spiritualists pick up the principle of ahimsa and say that everything is Maya around and everything is temporary which will soon pass by. And the same teaching is then being passed down to their followers. As a result, we expect the world to be kind to us because we are kind to them.
It definitely does not work this way. We have to break this misconception and come out of this utopian world. History has been the witness that some times dialogue are failures.
It is time for us to apply the principles of Mahabharat and fight the war of dharma with utmost courage and faith.
“If you don’t fight for what you want, then don’t cry for what you lost.
If we want the dharma to prevail then be ready to be part of Kurukshetra.
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