Erama Kiruttinan eraamak at HOTMAIL.COM
Fri Jan 18 15:20:16 CST 2002

I did a dumb thing.
I should have been more careful.
The quotation of Swargeeya Sri Nathuram Godse is a part of my signature and
only after I sent the mail did I realise, that I should have deleted it
while posting a mail to this list.
The domain of this list is on the teachings of Advaita and it should be kept
like that only.I'm all for it.I respect it.

Since Sri Jaladhar Vyas had mentioned that Swargeeya Sri Nathuram Vinayak
Godse's actions as murderous and detrimental to lakhs of Hindus,let me write
a line or two on this topic.

Many right thinking persons do sincerely feel that Swargeeya Sri Nathuram
Vinayak Godse did a very rightful thing and but for his action we would not
have India as it is now. Hyderabad would have been seperated. There are many
other positive things.I can go on and on....
But as the purpose of this list is not a study of history, let me refrain
from writing more the glory of Swargeeya Sri Nathuram Vinayak Godse.

I would like to apologise once again for not deleting the quotation of
Swargeeya Sri Godseji while posting my previous  mail to this list and I
assure that it will not be repeated.

> > ------------------------------------------------------------
> > "If devotion to one's country amounts to a sin, I admit I have committed
> > that sin.
>Sorry we cannot let such wrongheaded notions go unchallenged.  The
>terrorist is the prime example of a rajasic personality.  Godses' sin was
>not he cared too much but he didn't care at all.  The lakhs of Hindus were
>not helped one iota by his murderous actions.  In fact he set back the
>reputation of Hinduism and India in many peoples eyes just as bin Laden
>instead of helping Islam caused the destruction of the Islamic state in
>Afghanistan.  Fanatics like these are really only interested in stoking
>their own egos not in anyone else.  Those who really want to help defend
>Hinduism should start by learning as much of its' teachings as they can
>and helping others to learn so no one in our community remains ignorant.
>No one will be able to attack us then.

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