Aspiration for wealth is Differentiates human from animal

Aspiration for wealth Differentiates human from animal
Aspiration for sustainability differentiates an agrarian folk from a pirate or nomad

Monday, May 16, 2016

Is it true that forefathers of majority of the Muslims, living in India today, were Hindus? If yes, why did they accepted Muslim religion? Whether they accepted Muslim religion willingly or forcibly?

Ajay Saxena, I want to let Indians know about soul of India; Founder:
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Is it true that forefathers of the majority of the Muslims, living in India today, were Hindus?

If we see this question in the perspective

What makes us Hindu or Muslim?

  • Neither Hindu nor Muslim has any liberty to choose their forefathers.
  • What is the use of wasting our time in proving one argument against other?
  • Both of these are the offspring of much bigger global evolution.
  • At the particulate time at particular circumstances, they were born.

Neither you nor me are responsible for that incident.

Bigger question should be asked is;

is the objective of the birth has any relevance today?

And if our answer is yes then what it is?
How logically can we prove it?

Take an example

In a water pool, one person is bathing.
Another guy came from the outside and addressed the bathing guy by the name of Nanga

Another outsider came, first outsider introduced to second the bathing person as a Nanga (which is what at that time he was)

Now consider after few minutes when the bathing person came out of pool robed in his attire but both the outsiders still referencing him as Nanga (the name given by them)

The birth of the name Hindu has happened just like that.

  1. When some pirates came across the Sindhu Nadi they addressed the people across the river as Hindu neither the person in pool know the meaning of Nanga nor the people living in the subcontinent knows about the name of Hindu.
  2. The people living across river Sindhu in the subcontinent were mostly adopted the agrarian system of economy.
  3. The persons came Crossing River Sindhu were the mentality of pirates or nomads.
  4. In the agrarian system, we learned the importance of gene pool.
  5. Because of that, we have the culture of “Atithi Devo Bhava” .
  6. We always welcome new verities of species, thought, people with open heart.
  7. Because we know it will increase our sustainability, our wealth our biodiversity, our wealth of new perspectives.
  8. Because of that in entire Indus valley civilization, we found not a single sword.
  9. Because we believed in welcoming our guests, we were not fearful of them.
  10. We have not the mentality of paucity which was the root cause of the fight, we have the abundance of wealth created by our adherence of Karnyog.
  11. Our wealth allured to all ambitious nomad and pirate of the world to come here.

If we call a person in the name of Nangs in above example what it has any significance after a few minutes out of the pool?

Same if we call and fight in the name of Hindu and Muslim what significance it gives to our life, wealth, in our prosperity?

In practical terms we can say most of the Muslims emerged from this subcontinent were sons of agrarian mothers like the builder of Taj Mahal; Shah Jahan a son of Rajkumari Shri Manavati Baiji Lall Sahiba, urf Jodha Bai.

To know how that happened refer Ajay Saxena's answer to How did some Rajputs become Muslim?

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