Ageless Hindutva, Timesless Wisdom, and shameless Secularists

via Dr. Babu Suseelan published on May 29, 2007

Shameless secularists, phony intellectuals and alienated academicians are busy marketing ageless Hindu wisdom. They walk all the way to their bank with the money they earn by marketing Hindu wisdom in neat packets. They lack any commitment for Hindutva, self esteem, and sincerity for our  ideals.

They have an overwhelming need for acceptance from the outside world–an acceptance that is unfulfilling, momentary and leads only to disappointment and danger. While profiting from mass marketing of Hindu ideas, these approval addicts are fostering Hindu hatred in the west.They suffer from an epidemic of insecurity and feel insecure about themselves. In order to
avoid rejection, these approval addicts insult Hindutva to overcome their feelings of rejection and low self-esteem.


They are miserable if someone seems to not approve of them in any way or for any reason. In order to avoid anxiety and disapproval, they hide their Hindu identity. They may do almost anything to gain the approval they feel they have lost-even things their conscience tells them are wrong. For example, many Hindus prefer to identify themselves as Bengali, Malayalee, Tamilian, Kannada, Bihari, Marathi, Gujarathi etc. They compromise their Hindu identity for the sake of approval from Hindu baiters.

Deepak Chopra and several Swamis market our timeless wisdom without identifying the real Hindu source. They are ashamed to openly declare their Hindu roots while marketing yoga, meditation, and Hindu spiritual guidelines for the anxious, stressed out masses looking for Hindu spiritual guidance and ageless wisdom. Some Swamis openly declare that their mission is to make a Christian and real Christian and a Muslims a real Muslim. We know what a real Christian and a real Muslims is expected to do. In fact, these secular Hindus are strengthening our enemies that threaten Hindu communities.

Secular addiction is something that controls people-something they feel they cannot do without or something they do to alleviate their feelings of insecurity, low self-esteem and irrational inferiority complex.


Many varities of secular addicts are roaming the world trying to mass market our precious Hindu ideas. Part of our inheritance as Hindus is to be secure to know who we are as Hindus to have feelings of proud and righteousness as Hindus. The world will respect people who are proud of their heritage and not afraid to proclaim as it is without fear.

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