Christian Imitators – I

via GSK Menon published on October 10, 2007

I had recently brought to notice the mischief being done by Brother. Dhinakaran in the name of Bhakti Gyan Ganga ( )Today I bring to your notice more imitations.


If you go to Bangalore, there is an institution called Christ College, next to it is a Christian seminary called Dharmaram College for training converters. A giant picture of Christ sitting in Padmasana pose is depicted. From far one will mistake it for a Hindu God, but as you come nearer you can identify the desert god masquerading as a Hindu ! I could not help laughing at this monstrosity ! Just imagine this Jew would not even have heard of yoga, even once he would not have been able to sit in Padmasana posture. Even he will be turning in his grave as also the other Missionaries who were ridiculing Hindu practices.


Even a few days back some American Evangelists were stating that Yoga practice is of heathens and should be avoided. They would have got a heart attack seeking their Jewish God in full yogic pose plastered on the walls of Dharmaram College !

If you go to Malleswaram area there is another Seminary called Sat-Chit-Ananda ! Another place near Christ College sports the name Sannidhanam !


What are we to make of such deceptive practices ? These people have been converted on the premise that everything about Hinduism is bad, heathen and mythological. So many conversions took place forcible or otherwise for greed and lucre, and on the promise that Christianity is superior. Now what should we make out from such imitations ?


Only superior things are imitated. Therefore we have to now convince the converts to RETURN TO THEIR ANCESTRAL RELIGION – SANATANA DHARMA.

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