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Russian Girls Online

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What is the stereotype about Russian women?

What’s the stereotype about how they behave in relationships? Why do western men mail-order them? I even saw this e-book online about strategies to find a Russian girl.
What is the streotype about their personalities?
I’m not trying to meet them lol. Just curious.

Stereotype (facts in parentheses, I live in NYC and met many Russians):
1 -traditional minded (false, can be assertive & independant as any American woman)
2- model-like beauty (I’ve met hot girls, I’ve met really ugly ones, no different than any other place)
3- have a certain “mysterious” quality (they’re human)
4-not quite European, not quite Asian (most of them are indistinguishable from any European, many can pass for white Americans)

Fact: I’ve never been there, but Russia is a hard place to live in. It has a “GDP per capita” similar to many South American countries, PLUS long, brutal winters. Wouldn’t you want to leave if you were living in a place like Russia? It’s no secret the country also has a population decline and high suicide rate. Russians also need visas to enter US/Europe/Canada/Australia. So……this is how the mail order bride business forms, out of those concepts I just wrote about.
Also, Russian women are less traditional than Westerners think. It has to be understood that Russians still have strong leftist values, and leftist ideologies tend to reject tradition and encourage gender equality.
It amazes me how people cannot see that.
Mail order brides from Latin America are similar. Yes, Latinas ARE more traditional than westerners, but they’re also escaping their bad living conditions. Some people who have their visa applications rejected try to sneak the border. If they’re female and smart, they enroll in a mail order bride agency.

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Rusian Women

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Reasons Russian Women Seek Western Men

Russian women like Russian men. If they could, they would prefer to marry a Russian man. Of course, a Russian woman is looking for a good husband, and many Russian men often do not make good husbands.

Russian society is very chauvinistic. Women usually do the housework and take care of the children. Because of economics, they usually have a job as well.

From a cultural standpoint, drinking is socially acceptable and many Russian men drink to excess, which can also affect their health. Many Russian men are like the old cartoon character of Andy Capp.

Some are lazy, alcoholic bums who let their wives do all the housework, plus bring home a paycheck, while they go out with their friends and drink and chase women. If their wives object, they give them a swat, and if they object too much, they leave.

Because of all the single and available women, Russian men are spoiled. Many women feel lucky to have a husband even if he is like the type just described.

After the age of thirty-five, it is virtually impossible for a Russian woman to find a husband. If they are divorced and have children, the same situation applies.

Many Russian women believe that Westerners make better husbands. Right or wrong, they believe that Westerners are more liberated than Russian men and will pitch in with more of the household tasks.

Many Russian women are attracted to American men because they are better groomed and wear cleaner clothes than Russian men. American men are more polite and genteel than Russian men. Many Russians appear impolite to Americans.

They don’t say please or thank you very often. The older generation of Russians has table manners that Americans are not used to. During the Communist years, manners were considered bourgeois and they fell out of favor.

Because of the death of so many men in the Stalinist purges and World War II, many Russian men were raised without a father. Many of them do not know how to function as a father and are minimally involved with raising their children.

Many Russian women believe that they will have more economic opportunity for themselves and for their children in Western countries than in Russia.

All the women in the world are looking for economic security. Why should Russian women be any different?
America is a nation of immigrants. Virtually all of the people who have immigrated to America were looking for a better life. They operated out of what Adam Smith called ‘enlightened self-interest.’ Russian women are no different.

This has been the reality of immigration to America from the very beginning. The Spanish traveled to the New World to find ‘the fountain of youth.’ The English followed them to the New World to find the ‘streets paved with gold.’

The Irish left the Potato Famine behind for the chance of a new opportunity in America only to experience the Coffin Ships, cholera outbreaks, and signs stating ‘Irish need not apply.’

Prejudice against immigrants, including Russian women, is nothing new. They just happen to be the newest group of immigrants that are viewed with prejudice.

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Can you tell me the meaning of woman’s name Enehi?

It seems to be a Rusian or Czecoslovaquian name

I tried to find this name everywhere.. but I have not found anything. One thing I can tell you for CERTAIN is that it is NOT a Czech name. I am Czech and there are no such names in our calendar.

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Polish Girls

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Why are single Polish women looking for Black men online?

Single polish women are looking for black men online these days. It is quite vernacular these days. They do not prefer to go to the bars, clubs and pubs for searching out for their true partner. They have high respect for the marriage relationship. They usually believe that these public places do not provide long term relationships and serious partners. Thus, these girls find the online way the best to seek a marriage partner. They are willing to marry black males. Why do these girls use the free dating websites? Who do not they prefer other places? There are specific reasons. Actually Polish girls think that internet is the most comfortable place to find a date. They can now easily find out for a single black man at the comfort of their home. 

The whole world is familiar with Polish females. There are so many Polish dating websites available online. Almost all dating websites provide a different section for the Polish singles so that they can be found by others and can also find others. Polish ladies are settled in different corners of the world. Can you deny this fact? Actually, you cannot deny this truth. Even black males are quite attracted towards Polish females. You know why? These girls are very hard working and support their family to the optimum level. You should know that Polish females are always looking out for serious partners. You should never think of flirting with these girls. They will never trust you and will never get into any type of relationship again. There is no doubt that they will accept your friendship with much ease, but you have to be honest with them. 

First of all, it is advised to create a mind blowing profile to attract Polish females towards you. If you are a black male then it is advised to follow this step for sure. You need to have an attractive profile. Describe yourself in the best possible way. The description should not be too short or too long. It should be such that Polish females think at least once the girl must think of accepting your request or must send you a friend request at her own. The polish females are looking for black males because these males are strong and attractive in their physique. Moreover, they respect ladies and are protective towards them. What say? There are several more reasons for such relationships. 

If you are interested in black males then you must take your time in understanding their culture and their behavior. What they like and what they do not like. Black males try to learn how to date a Polish female. It is important for both the partners to understand each other. It is very crucial to understand this fact. Honesty is the best policy. You should always remember this saying. Just concentrate on the profile and advertisements. Moreover, be true and loving towards your partner. The internet world has made it possible. You can browse as many profiles as you want. There are no limitations. 

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PAPARAZZI, pink Hummers and polished toenails. They are the latest necessities in the snowballing world of kids’ parties.

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Ukrain Women

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Dating Ukraine Women | Dating Russia Women | International Women


I took an overnight train out of Odessa and ended up staying up way

too late drinking vodka with a local named Sergei. He was a native Russian who was more then a little whack after a tour of duty in Chechnya and a recent breakup with his Ukrainian girlfriend. The more we drank the the more I worried about falling asleep next to the dude.

I woke up in Kiev very hungover and looking around for Lena who had greed to meet me at the train station. She was nowhere to be found so Sergei suggested we go with his friend Sasha to get some breakfast. We rode the metro to a dodgy looking and completely foreign restaurant on the edge of town with a menu written entirely in the Ukrainian language. They ordered me red borsch and a beer.

It was 8am and I was still drunk from last nights vodka fest, but Sergei showed no signs of the previous night’s debauchery. I was really hoping for a Denny’s Grand Slam and a bottomless cup of coffee, but instead was stuck drinking Ukrainian lager and soaking my coarse black bread with spicy red broth. I kept checking my phone for some sign from Lena but there was nothing.

Around 9am I agreed to go to Sergei’s friend’s for a barbeque. After a sketchy cab ride to the edge of Kiev, we got to Sasha’s place. It was time to get the grill going and meet everyone. There was Andrei and a couple of nice young deyvotchkas working in the kitchen and all were beyond friendly to their exhausted and hungover guest from Hollywood. I sat down to eat around 10 and another bottle of vodka came out. By 11am I was shit canned and my hosts showed no sign of slowing down. At noon I pretended I had heard from Lena and asked them to call me a cab to meet her.

The cab took me to the hotel Lybid, where I proceeded to pass out for several hours. I awoke from a text from Lena on my Iphone. “I’m so sorry! I was sleeping! I will meet you in a taxi at your hotel at 9pm! Where are you staying?”

At last, I had a date, some rest and reason to throw on my glad

rags. Lena had stood me up at the train station, but I was hoping she’d make up for it by taking me out for a big night on the town in Kiev. This is why I had come here and I was ready for anything and everything.

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Japanese Beautiful Model

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The utilization of the Japanese brands still alive, a new thinking in Bangkok offshore

In Japan, business process outsourcing (BPO) services have expanded, and companies that provide services to Thailand and other Asian emerging economies, there is companies using it. In this paper, we discuss the BPO business model in Thailand and saw the new service model for companies that provide inspection services.

The collapse of the bubble economy in early 1990s, Japanese companies, business review, now face a so-called restructuring. “Selection and concentration” is taken seriously, outsourcing is now highlighted. Today, outsourcing has provided many Japanese companies are using.

And some outsourcing, based in Japan do not have to be done to become a base for international service. And based in overseas outsourcing say once, IT outsourcing are many, most recently, business process outsourcing (BPO) has become available as well.

I, for some Japanese companies visited BPO Center in Bangkok, Thailand. So what we saw, the type and BPO overseas image of the past were not only different, tips and new service models and business models “in Japanese by Japanese for Japanese business” respectively.

Visit BPO Center in Bangkok, Thailand

October 2010, I visited Bangkok. Walking in the heart of Bangkok, no longer “developing countries” and “emerging” is worthy of notice that the word represents. The city and urban features that could easily stand comparison with cities in developed countries.

That the heart of Bangkok, Central World in Chidlom station in the “delivery in Thailand” (Delivery Thai Co.Ltd) operated by Japanese companies that have a BPO center. New and beautiful interior of the building. Care and security as well, the elevator has no buttons to specify the floor, which controls the security card. Security card in the set of available office floors, which can not go now only available to such person on the floor.

The guide says he has been Miyata Mami where business management, BPO visited the center. She is a former colleague of mine. We have previously Japan’s IT management services companies BPO / ITO was involved in the transfer of business in Shanghai, Dalian, China as a service. There is such a margin, BPO could get the opportunity to visit the center.

BPO center in the atmosphere, rather than offices and centers in Japan, similar to those of western countries. Meeting rooms separated by glass, which are equipped with projectors and other devices, respectively.Spacious and cozy bedrooms refresh employees, and the sweets and magazines. Can be seen from the window views of the beautiful city. “Comfortable office” is a perfect image.

This “Thai Delivery” at the center of the BPO, which provides outsourcing services such as follows.

I was focused in this table is customer service. Indeed, that is also customer service centers in Shanghai and Dalian, China BPO will not exist because it would provide services to collect local Japanese-speaking staff as well. However, in Bangkok, are you people speak much Japanese, or how to secure personnel, in terms doubted.

Bearer of outsourcing to Japan

He asked this question Miyata Mami. According to her, they’ve also worked as an operator in Japan to live in Bangkok. I am, but I feel taken advantage of such a hollow, on second thought, she lives in Bangkok site, which is responsible for the management of a business here. It is a story go down.

Bangkok is visited by many Japanese. Many of these trips, but in the short term, he attracted the city, often based on Japanese life. Also, it seems many students and young people to stay in units of months. The customer will be bearers of this Japanese to Japan.Of course, but the level of local wages, hopes and dreams have come to Thailand for the Japanese students and young people living there, according to the level we get a living is bad news for Japanese favorite is not. It can build their livelihood in the field and not have to be fluent in English and Thai.

As an outsourcing company that provides the operator hired at salaries of Bangkok can be comfortably Working with the Japanese language is advantage. This exploitation has been living in Bangkok hire cheaper Japanese companies is wrong to interpret. The validity of a wage, because it is considered based on economies of life. Opportunities to use Japanese occupation the Japanese living in Bangkok, a problem that pay wages commensurate with the level of the economy is not.

Offshore BPO is different from previous models

In fact, Mr. Miyata Mami is my former colleague, both Japanese companies IT management services BPO / ITO was involved in the transfer of business as a service in Shanghai, Dalian, China. Maybe because there is such a common background, naturally, such as China once experienced in offshore and BPO, offshore BPO is now here in Bangkok, Thailand’s talk lasted differences.

Offshore BPO in the past we have experienced, as well as Japanese and thorough teaching style and customs services in Japan, as Japanese or services provided, as if to conduct business. This is in some respects so that the uniqueness of Japan will have a wall covered with Japanese language.

American companies, India’s BPO services have a lot of use, this is what it is made up of the common language of English. At a minimum, rather than be transferred to overseas and service operations in Japan, which is easier be transferred to overseas and service operations within the United States, which largely depends on that is used for the common language of English.

That is, these offshore BPO compared with English-speaking countries, Japan is an obvious disadvantage. In order to achieve the same level at which English-speaking countries, the measures may be enough to require an English official language of Japan.

But now here in Bangkok found offshore BPO is a new model that can break through the wall of Japanese language. And because the bearer service for the Japanese in Japan and overseas. “The Japanese, by Japanese for Japanese business” will be held in the form. This model is a potential that the new addition.

“The Japanese, by Japanese for Japanese business,” the necessary elements

We, the “Japanese, by Japanese for Japanese business”, the repeated discussion. To promote a more rational way to facilitate this, the offshore BPO companies in foreign countries and from the Japanese maker of BPO services and farmers, Win-Win to build a relationship of mutual understanding and cooperation mechanism整Wanaku not to be.Unless this element, such services would not be stable.

As mentioned above, the Japanese students and young people living in Bangkok, there is the livelihood and job opportunities, the offshore BPO staff can ensure a command of Japanese firms in the wage level in Bangkok is a bad relationship be. But one step further than this, that a true Win-Win relationship, and what will be necessary in order to strengthen the model.

In this regard, efforts have already one. It is not treated as mere labor force to support an internship experience abroad, and efforts to implement a program to combine business and support of study. This is sort of a company’s CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) is meaningful as a social business and social activities and will be valid for the company’s marketing strategy.

However, when we hear the voice of those who support the program to experience real “work time is taken away, unable to focus on more of study” or “after going through an internship job and its hard to see the future of mouth “and the voice also, it can not deny that there is still room for improvement.

Those taking into account the voices, and have built a Win-Win business and personal relationships and, on that “the Japanese, by Japanese for Japanese business,” and we thought, a new service model and more I should be able to imagine the business model.

New service models and business models for future

“The Japanese, by Japanese for Japanese business”, ie, the company’s operations services for Japan and Japan, and by developing a model that will play the Japanese out of the country, a greater likelihood find an idea of.

Visiting emerging Asia, which I feel they round the country is to have a great interest in the local Japanese people. I am what you have, what you are using, are using the service, I receive many questions and I like the entertainment pleasure. Japan itself, and say that is still recognized as one brand.

I think so, for example, intends to deploy products and services in developing countries, you can ask them to actively use the Japanese living in this site will be advertising their products and services or not. Instead of giving incentives available goods and services almost free, the Japanese living overseas, which have played a role of Publicity.

In addition, “international business services can do” and “business services abroad can only be” to organize, and Japanese living overseas Win-Win it may have something to promote in relation to should.

Progress of globalization, as well as students and young people in Japan, traveled throughout the world as well as adults and the elderly, and engaged in life, it will accelerate in the future. In such circumstances, “the Japanese, by Japanese for Japanese business,” new service models and business models are the cornerstone, who will not evolve in the future.

Marriage Advice:

teenage girls & guys in JAPAN?!? ?

im going to japan soonn..
and i was just wondering… do teenage girls and guys there mind tanned skin.. im asian and have tanned skin.. im kind of self-concious about going to japan since “white skin” is considered beautiful there & im tanned… im really into japanese style.. (fashion) and the guys over there.. but i wud like some advice and help …..
kthanks [:

and another question i want to be a model in japan also… will they accpe tme for my tanned skin? and becos im not JAPANESE? but im asian…

if your skin is tanned most likely no. they like the fresh innocent skin that has not been darkened with the suns rays. they like the fresh look its like natural tall are you? they require a certain height to be a model.

want lighter skin. spf 30 or spf 50 all over your body
wear hats to cover your face

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Polish Women

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Polish Rosary Society not ready to give up funds
The 23 men and women accused of misappropriating more than $35,000 start every meeting with the rosary. These members of the Polish Rosary Society clutch a set of beads laced together like a relic and slide their fingers across
GIRLS FROM POLAND /// Polish women

Why do women always want red polish on their toes?

I’m a nail technician, and most of the women that come in want some reddish colour on their toes. Why is that?

I honestly think it’s very boring and ordinary. It’s also a drag to remove cause it stains your skin everywhere!

Yeah It does stain. and it’s to plain.

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Armenian Women

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Replying the Wrong Quotes on Hinduism

Onslaught on Hinduism

True meaning of Religion known to Non-Hindus


I have, mentioned in nearly every chapter, the wrong notion people carry about Hinduism. This chapter is dedicated to answer to specific people, who have tried to bring their religion on top of Hinduism. Though, Hinduism does not teach to attack, it helps to bind people to God and Humanity, supports any methodology that is harmless and helpful to the society and is based on methodologies that unite people on their diversities, diversities being the basis of existence. Yet, people have tried to take out occasional incidences and outspread it as a hype of common Hindu practice. Arrogantly and enviously, they have cut out Hindu texts from actual context and tried to convince the world that Hinduism is a religion, with lots of pitfalls, wrong beliefs and blind faith. While Hinduism as a religion has never attempted to have comparative education, these leaders have forced Hinduism to become comparative. In the sections to follow, we will analyze how this great religion was attacked and is still under onslaught of various devastating forces.


We cannot go and elaborate each and every event of history in this book and hence, we will have quick background of how people of the eternal religion had suffered massacres and tortures by the invaders to India forcing their beliefs and practices from centuries.

Threat to ‘Sanatan Dharma’ started with Islamic invasion long back since 800 A.D. Will Durant says in his book ‘The Story of Civilization: Our Oriental Heritage’ page 459:

‘The Mohammedan conquest of India is probably the bloodiest story in history. The Islamic historians and scholars have recorded with great glee and pride of the slaughters of Hindus, forced conversions, abduction of Hindu women and children to slave markets and the destruction of temples carried out by the warriors of Islam during 800 AD to 1700 AD. Millions of Hindus were converted to Islam by sword during this period’

French Journalist François Gautier says:

‘The massacres perpetuated by Muslims in India are unparalleled in history, bigger than the Holocaust of the Jews by the Nazis; or the massacre of the Armenians by the Turks; more extensive even than the slaughter of the South American native populations by the invading Spanish and Portuguese’

Any historian as they know history, can see the figure in below table and understand what is has been happening to the country called ‘Bharat’ or ‘Hindustan’ or now India – a country every peaceful for the world, a country which is still majority of Hindus, Hindus that seem to be living as refugees in their own motherland – this book is a dedication to all of them.

Data relating to Attacks on Hindus:

Muhammad Ghazni (997 – 1030): Killed more than 50,000 Hindus, river at Thanesar was foaming with blood, people not able to drink the water

Muhammad Ghori (Around 1192): Slaughtered 20,000 Hindus and their heads offered to crow

Qutab-Ud-Din-Aibak (Around 1206): Slaughtered around 50,000 people, slaved 20,000

Badauni in 1254: Killed every male visible above the age of 8 and bound the women.

Firoz Shah Tughlaq (1360): Attacked an island on the sea-coast where “nearly 100,000 men of Jajnagar had taken refuge with their women, children, kinsmen and relations”. The swordsmen of Islam turned “the island into a basin of blood by the massacre of the unbelievers”. A worse fate overtook the Hindu women. Sirat-i-Firuz Shahs records: “Women with babies and pregnant ladies were haltered, manacled, fettered and enchained, and pressed as slaves into service in the house of every soldier.”

Timurlane (December 1398): Ordered the execution of at least 100,000 captives before the battle of Delhi, and after the battle those who had not been killed were taken as slaves

During Timur’s invasion in 1399 he quotes the Quran in his Tuzk-i-Timuri: “O Prophet, make war upon the infidels and unbelievers, and treat them severely.” He continues: “My great object in invading Hindustan had been to wage a religious war against the infidel Hindus…[so that] the army of Islam might gain something by plundering the wealth and valuables of the Hindus.” To start with he stormed the fort of Kator on the border of kashmir. He ordered his soldiers “to kill all the men, to make prisoners of women and children, and to plunder and lay waste all their property”.

By now Timur had captured 100,000 Hindus. As he prepared for battle against the Tughlaq army after crossing the Yamuna, his Amirs advised him “that on the great day of battle these 100,000 prisoners could not be left with the baggage, and that it would be entirely opposed to the rules of war to set these idolators and enemies of Islam at liberty”. Therefore, “no other course remained but that of making them all food for the sword”. Tuzk-i-Timuri continues: “I proclaimed throughout the camp that every man who had infidel prisoners should put them to death, and whoever neglected to do so should himself be executed and his property given to the informer. When this order became known to the ghazis of Islam, they drew their swords and put their prisoners to death.”

Bahamani Sultans (1347 – 1528): Killed around 1,00,000 Hindus.

Akbar (1556 – 1605): Emperor Akbar ordered the massacre of about 30,000 (captured) Rajput Hindus on February 24, 1568 AD, after the battle for Chitod. Another reference indicates that this massacre of 30,000 Hindu peasants at Chitod is recorded by Abul Fazl, Akbar’s court historian himself. The Afghan historian Khondamir records that during one of the many repeated invasions on the city of Herat in western Afghanistan, 1,500,000 residents perished.

Centuries later, the same fanatical bloodlust that drove tyrannical Muslim emperors and their generals into an orgy of slaughter and destruction continues to this day in Kashmir.

To classify with an example about the Barbarism faced by Hindus, a quote from ‘Tarikh-i-Firuz Shah written during Firuz Shal Tughlak’ says:

‘An order was accordingly given to the Brahman and was brought before Sultan. The true faith was declared to the Brahman and the right course pointed out. but he refused to accept it. A pile was risen on which the Kaffir with his hands and legs tied was thrown into and the wooden tablet on the top. The pile was lit at two places his head and his feet. The fire first reached him in the feet and drew from him a cry and then fire completely enveloped him. Behold Sultan for his strict adherence to law and rectitude’

Millions of Hindus were butchered including children and women, tens of thousands of their temples demolished during the Muslim rule in India. Hindus have seen the biggest slaughter of Humans ever known to the world and even today they are facing it in its fullest form, clouded under political and national boundaries. No other religion is as peaceful and tolerant as Hindus, no other religion is as matured as Hindus and no other religion has embraced any other religion as Hindus – and hence it is said that if God have ever come to land, He has come for Hindus and if He has to come again, he would come for Hindus – because it is only the Hindus who has understood God and shown their understanding over time through their sustained maturity and love towards even the Butchers. It is not that Hindus were not great fighters, instead they were not cowards – how can it be that the land of Gods would be devoid of bravery. Their bravery starts from holding the capacity to forgive even demons and allowing them to grow up as a human, and the one of the best example is Prithvi Raj Chauhan (who defeated and forgave Md. Ghori 16 times, but 17th time with help of Jaychand when Mr. Ghori won he did not hesitate to show his devilish character – a character Hindus would never have in their Hindu leaders). Hindus were the hardest fighters and the most valiant men world would ever see. Right from the existence, Hindus have shown unparallel courage. Mahabharat depicts many such realities. But Hindus were not cowards, they were not political and they were not among those who attacked hideously. India would not have seen the devilish face of Mughals, had Prithivi Raj achieved the union of Jaichand. Mughals would have again been overthrown had Mahrana Sanga been not deceived by Babur. Bravery is the property of the soil of India. It is defeated by treachery at times, but it again erupts to stand for the cause of Hinduism on this land.

In fact, tolerance of Hindus is itself a sign of bravery, which when it turns to battle never allows the enemy so easy to get across. True men are brave men. Hinduism is truth, and hence Hindus are the bravest on earth and their bravery is first reflected through their tolerance. Anyway, it would look unnecessary boasting as recent History has gone against Hindus, disintegrating them and then winning over them though. Even today, no religion stands near to Hinduism, no religious leader has courage to face Hindu saints and so they attack the lower section of the illiterate Hindu society to deceive and force conversions – a cowardly act full of inhuman activities.


To understand the biased and conspiracies created against Hinduism, by other religious groups we would start with and elaborate writings and speeches of one of the most known Islamic leader of current days – Dr. Zakir Naik. In his book, ‘Concept of God in Major Religion’ he has said a lot about Hinduism. I will not comment on whatever he has said about his own religion and all other religion other than Hinduism, as Hinduism do not teach me to do so. My focus would be purely to expose the facts about the notions created by him against Hinduism. He writes:

‘The Aryan religions are further sub-divided into Vedic and non-Vedic religions. The Vedic religion is given the misnomer of Hinduism or Brahminism. The non-Vedic religions are Sikkhism, Buddhism, Jainism, etc. Almost all Aryan religions are non-Prophetic religions.’

I would not comment on his categorization as Aryan religions and the divisions that he has made, as he has simply done this as other Western Historians. But, I would note, the use of word ‘Brahminism’ as a synonym of ‘Hinduism’ and calling them both as misnomer. First of all, did Dr. Naik at all understand the meaning of Brahminism – probably not? The way he mentioned this clearly implies that he has tried to correlate it with casteism, while ‘Brahminism’ in Hinduism clearly relates to ‘Brahma’ – the creator of Universe. We would anyway try to find out ahead in his book, if he has supported his perception in any form. Additionally, he has categorically told that Sikkhism, Buddhism and Jainism are not Vedic religions. He saying so clearly reflects from Hindu point of view that he knows neither of these religions in their true shape – they all are Vedic religions, as their philosophy is no different from Vedas. They may have developed their own base books, but the philosophy of these religions do not go against the constructive part of Vedas. In fact, if Dr. Naik had known Veda, he would have understood that even Islam is not outside the scope of Veda – only thing is that Islam have adopted in majority the destructive (‘Tamasika’) part of natural laws as described in Vedas.

Coming ahead in his book, in the chapter ‘Concept of God in Hinduism’, he has started with a description about ‘Hindu’ being the name given to inhabitants of people beyond Indus Valley – like other Historians. I have talked a lot on this under the chapter ‘Myth of Truth’ and just brief here that Hinduism is no religion known to Hindus, as the word Hindu or Hinduism is no where found in any of the Hindu scriptures – this name itself, including Brahminism is a deceit to the world about this eternal religion called as ‘Sanatan Dharma’.

Going ahead, he states:

‘Hinduism is commonly perceived as a polytheistic religion. Indeed, most Hindus would attest to this by professing belief in a multitude of Gods. Some Hindus believe in the system of three Gods, while some Hindus actually believe in the existence of thirty-three crore. However, learned Hindus who are well versed with their scriptures insist that a Hindu should believe in and worship only one God.’

Dr. Naik has produced three different views about Hindus, not based on the Hindu scriptures, but based on what he thinks is practiced and is known through the western Historians. I have addressed in detail about Hinduism as a polytheist religion in the chapter ‘Idolatry and 33 Crore Gods of Hindus’. Here, I just reiterate that the perception that Hindus believe in multitude of Gods or three Gods are ignorance of Dr. Naik about Hinduism and he should go through my chapter ‘A Hindu God’ to understand the actual Hindu God.

‘The major difference between the Hindu and the Muslim perception of God is the common Hindus’ belief in the philosophy of Pantheism. Pantheism considers everything, living and non-living to be divine and sacred. The Hindus therefore consider the trees, the sun, the moon, the animals and even the human beings as manifestations of God. For the common Hindu, everything is God.

Islam, on the contrary, exhorts man to consider himself and his surroundings as examples of divine creation rather than a divinity itself. Muslims therefore believe that everything is Gods’ i.e., God with an apostrophe‘s’. In other words we believe that everything belongs to God. The trees, the sun, the moon and everything in this (Universe belong to God).

Thus, the major difference between the Hindu and the Muslim beliefs is difference of the apostrophe’s’. The Hindus say everything is God. The Muslims says everything is Gods’, the God with an apostrophe’s’.

This is where I got impelled to write down an explanation to his writing. He is clearly reflecting his understanding of Islam being superior to Hinduism. No Hindu believes in such comparison and focuses on simply concentrating on God, unlike above ideology where the fight begins. How can God be superior or inferior, no matter how you call him – and this broad understanding is Hindu ideology, which is given a name of Pantheism? Moreover, developing an understanding of superiority and enforcing on others understanding is a sign of arrogance, a human nature under ‘Tamasika’ or destructive aspect, as said earlier.

But since Dr. Naik has brought this point, I am thankful to him as this point would clarify, why and how Hindus are more correct in their understanding of everything as a manifestation of God. Though this is elaborated in the chapter ‘The Hindu God’, I would still brief to clarify the wrong notion. First thing, if everything is Gods’ (an apostrophe’s’), then it implies that God is an entity (materialist) who owns everything. The attitude to own is human nature and hence by saying so that everything belongs to God, it reflects that God is like a king among many others like him, who owns this Universe (one of the many) as a property – a classical example of closed and materialistic thinking, binding God to materialistic behaviors, though the religion says God is not material and infinite. This also implies that God being the owner is a different and separate entity than the creations. While Islam stops thinking here, Hindus have gone beyond to think more on this. And starts asking simple questions: ‘How do you say that everything is Gods’? Is it because, Islam believes God created this Universe? Who is this God? How has he produced this material (Universe), if he is immaterial?

The law of conservation of mass and energy in a more universal form was laid down with proof by Hindu science thousands of years before modern science understood it. To understand the concept of God as manifestations, let us take an example of ‘Pot and Potter’. Potter creates the Pot, and he creates it out of Earth. Hence, Potter is the creator, and Earth is the source. While earth still remains the same even after creation of ‘Pot’ and simply goes cyclic transformation, ‘Potter’ is no more than a medium to make this transformation take place. In the world of creation, Hindus has similar questions well answered. If God created this Universe, from what did he create? And the answer is – if conservation is maintained, then Universe has to be the transformation of God himself and God has to be the medium too. This no doubt goes with the understanding of modern science – God being the infinite energy transforming into matter and existing as energy in them too. This also establishes the old saying – God is omnipotent and omnipresent. Thus, Hindus believe that everything has to be a manifestation of God has a very profound and well established law of nature behind this philosophy. This creation law has to be in place, because law of conservation is holding the universe in balance. The other way around question envelops, if this law is incorrect in any sense for God, then why we don’t find from thousands of years an incidence of imbalance. There is no explanation in this world – scientific or religious which can describe creation in completeness like in Hinduism. (Refer Rig Veda, 10.29, 10.30 and 10.31). I have simply tried to brief it out in reply to Dr. Naik’s philosophy of apostrophe’s’.

Philosophically, a perception about everything as a manifestation of God creates a mass ideology of respecting and utilizing everything as per natural laws, thereby creating a harmless and peaceful society. Hindu scriptures emphasizes on the fact that arrogance and ego are the cause of many sufferings and violent differences. And these two attitudes can be killed only by the strength of respect and love in worship-able form. And hence, a consideration of everything as a manifestation of God naturally brings down the ego and arrogance and helps a weak human understanding to strengthen his inner self. The concept that everything belongs to God, should not be falsified by inhuman acts, an example can be killing of animals and humans in the name of God. How can a creation of God be humiliated with a consideration that God has made if for humans? Either God has not created animals, or if he has created, it is respectable and lovable – after all God has created it and humans understand this. Very importantly, when God and we are viewed as two different entities, it immediately brings a separation between these two, thereby laying the foundation of all wrong and harmful doings (Boundaries, right and wrong both can be very easily laid down on this ground). While a unity of God and us, inspires us to hold and perform Godly and prosperous acts.

And it is not that Hinduism had not considered Dr. Naik’s apostrophe’s’ philosophy. In fact, Hinduism has matured as a religion after enveloping in so many fields like science, socialism, philosophy, psychology, etc. As another case, why has not other religions considered a simple truth – that no other planets has life as on earth or we require another galaxy and similar environment to realize life; such a planet is not known to modern science yet, it is detailed in Purans though. We can understand the concept of God and Creations being same and parallel and relative to each other, by simply considering the existence of other planets without life. A simple question – who would have talked about God had there been no life on earth? Who is talking about God on Jupiter, Venus or Mercury? How will God prove that all those planets belong to him and to whom would he prove over there? God becomes immediately meaningless if we consider that there is no life. Thus everything belongs to God becomes a meaningless sentence had there been no life on earth, while everything being a manifestation of God would still hold its meaning. Hence, life and God has to be parallel to each other and they are as per the far extended study of Hinduism. And if life and God are so important to each other, if so exists the relation between the two, it is also possible to realize this relation. But how! It is possible only if either of them is reachable. While Dr. Naik’s apostrophes’ conveys the message that God is ‘there’ segregating life and God and not allowing human to reach God in any terms, Hinduism understands the depth and first says under the manifestation theory that God is ‘here’ – in our Self in the form of life. First step thus in Hinduism is to realize the Self and then feel the God in the light of life-God relation.

Here are few quotes from Bhagwad Geeta that can initially be interpreted as what is emphasized by Dr. Naik, confirming that Hinduism have gone past all the considerations of Islam or any other religion of this world. And Hinduism, do not stop on putting a full stop that everything belongs to God. It goes ahead and ahead to ask questions that brings it near and dear to God.

Bhagwad Geeta,

9.4: This entire world is pervaded by Me in My unmanifested form; all beings exist in Me, but I do not dwell in them.

9.5: Not do beings exist in Me, behold My Diving Yoga! Bringing forth and supporting the beings, My Self does not dwell in them.

9.9: These acts do not bind Me, sitting as one neutral, unattached to them.

9.11: Unaware of My higher state, as the great Lord of beings, fools disregard Me, dwelling in the human form.

9.13: But the great-souled ones possessed of the Divine Prakriti, knowing me to be the origin of beings and immutable, worship Me with a single mind.

9.14: Glorifying Me always and striving with firm resolve, bowing down to me in devotion, always steadfast, they worship Me.

Till here, Dr. Naik would find everything matching to his concept of Apostrophe’s’, as God is said to be not dwelling in beings or non-beings, and asking the great souls to concentrate on one and only God. And Dr. Naik would get happy to cut these scriptures in say of this support. But then he is incomplete in his knowledge of Hinduism, as these scriptures are just a consideration of one of the philosophy known and understood by him. Hindus would not stop here. They do not want to close their eyes and go back into ignorance with one, only and limited philosophy. They want to understand God more. They want answers related to life and death. They want answers related to happenings in this world and universe. And hence, they move ahead from here. Thus, what Dr. Naik declares as a difference of apostrophe’s’, is actually a stepping stone too early in Hindu’s search of God. Let us see few more sentences ahead in Bhagwad Geeta in the same chapter.

9.8. Animating my Prakriti (nature), I project again and again this whole multitude of beings (Universal creation including life), helpless under the sway of Prakriti (nature).

9.10: By reason of My proximity, Prakriti produces all this, the moving and the unmoving; the world wheels round and round, because of this.

9.15: Others, too, sacrificing by the Yajna of knowledge (i.e., seeing the self in all), worship me and the All-Formed, as one, as distinct, as manifold.

9.16: I am the father of this world, the mother, the sustainer, the grandfather, the purifier, the (one) thing to be known, (the syllable) Om, and also the Rk, Saman and yajus; The Goal, the supporter, the lord, the witness, the abode, the refuge, the friend, the origin, the dissolution, the substratum, the storehouse, the seed immutable. I give heat; I withhold and send forth rain; I am immortality and also death; being and non – being am I.

Suddenly the meanings in the same chapter seem to be changing. It started as God do not dwell in being or non – being and it is coming to God is being and non – being both.

9.22: Persons who, meditating on Me as non-separate, worship Me in all beings, to them thus every zealously engaged, I carry what they lack and preserve what they already have.

The meanings go deep, and I have dealt with this depth in my chapter ‘The Hindu God’. Here, I have just brought to notice, that the picture exposed to the world about Hindus is either limited or negative.

Going ahead, we find Dr. Naik bringing in the texts of religious books.

‘The Holy Holy Quran says:

Come to the common terms as between us and you. The first common term is that we worship none but Allah.

So, let us try and find commonality by analyzing both Hindu and Islamic scriptures.

The most popular among all the Hindu scriptures is Bhagwad Geeta. Consider the following verse from Geeta.

Those whose intelligence has been stolen by material desires surrender unto demigods and follow the particular rules and regulations of worship according to their own nature.

Bhagwad Geeta, Chapter 7, Verse 20’

The lines of Bhagwad Geeta, seems to be saying the same thing as in Holy Quran, as long as the context and actual lines of Bhagwad Geeta are not exposed.

I would quote the actual lines here:

‘Kamaistaistarhritgyanah Prapadyantenyadevatah

Tang tang niyammasthaya prakritya niyatah swya’

Meaning: “Others again, deprived of discrimination by this or that desire, following this or that rite, devote themselves to other gods, led by their own natures.”

At one instance, this seems to be similar to what has been written by Dr. Naik. But there is a difference: while Dr. Naik’s translation hides the context (‘Tang Tang’), my quoted translation, not missing out all words, reflects that there is a context which is there in the word ‘this’ and the meaning becomes deep in context.

Translating the verse 19: “At the end of many births, the man of wisdom takes refuge in Me, realizing that all this is the innermost self, very rare is that great soul.”

This makes clear that Hindu text emphasizes on concepts like knowledge of self and self – confidence as a power of humans, in the path of realizing God.

As far as the concept of God as ‘One’ is considered, it is for sure that God cannot be bound by the smallest finite number and he is not so easy to be measured as ‘One’. If we say God is ‘One’ and ‘One’ only, questions add up – where is that One? And this would falsify many concepts, as God is not an entity and if he is not material, how can we define him as ‘One’.

The above two sentence from Dr. Naik also reflects the variance in boundaries between the two religions. While Holy Quran, according to Dr. Naik, strictly specifies that one has to come to common terms (an ideology that forces not to think ahead and not to challenge anything beyond what is said), Bhagwad Geeta, according to same Dr. Naik, very humbly lays down the path of wisdom to be followed by one’s own nature (an ideology that never puts a full stop on human thinking, allowing the knowledge to grow immensely to extent of achieving Godly qualities by self realization as a first step).

Dr. Naik further either very dexterously, or within his biased and partial study, starts quoting scriptures from Upanishads, hiding the actual text and exposing just what seems to support his understanding and his religion. This is also biased, as he seems to be apprehensive of disclosing the immense knowledge hidden in Upanishads, if he somehow and to some extent knows them. As a matter of fact, Vedas, Upanishads and Puranas are subject to higher studies in Hinduism and quoting a word or a group of words from them shows that the person has simply overlooked the details and tried to steal things which help him to criticize or limit Hindu understanding. Vedas and Upanishads should not be viewed and understood the way Dr. Naik has tried to do. If he really wanted to quote from these books, he should have quoted ten lines ahead and ten lines following the line that he has quoted and presentation would have completely changed. Anyway, I will for you, quote the whole lines and their explanations, following the quote of Dr. Naik (Svetasvatar Upanishad, 6.9).

‘Na casya kasuj janita na chadhipah’

Of him there are neither parents nor Lord.

A Hindu agrees to above meaning, but further asks: why there are neither parents nor lord. And the answer lies in the complete verse, which is not exposed. The complete verse goes as:

‘Na tasya kaschit patirasti loke

Na cheshit naiv na tasya lingam

Sa karnam karnadhipadhipo

Na casya Kaschijanita na chadhipah’

Meaning: Lord is the cause of everything; he is the creator and creation both. He is all manifestations. Had there been a parent or lord to him, he would himself be one from the manifestations. If he is not the Whole, if He is not the one that is all manifestation, if he exists as a separate entity than all manifestations and all belongs to him – then who made him? Some logic would then fit to prove that God is a manifestation of some Super God. Hence, there cannot be a parent or lord to him, as he is all manifestation himself – an answer that is not found in any other religious books.

(Svetasvatar Upanishad, 4.19)

‘Na tasya pratima asti’

There is no likeness of him.

A Hindu agrees to above meaning, but again asks: Why is there no likeness of him? The complete verse goes as:

‘Nainmurdhwam na tiryanchan na madhye parijgrabhat

Na tasya pratima asti ysya naam mahadyashah’

Meaning: No one can hold him either from beginning or end or in middle, as he is infinite in divinity and manifestations. He cannot be explained in words or images as human imagination cannot reach there, as he is all infinite manifestations. Now, one would come here to ask immediately, from his mood of onslaught, that then why do Hindus have images and idols – let them read my chapter ‘Idolatry and 33 Crore Gods of Hindus’ as an answer.

Dr. Naik very cleverly quotes the whole verse, where he in some form finds similarity to the verse of Holy Quran.

[Svetasvatara Upanishad 4:20]

‘Na samdrse tisthati rupam asya, na caksusa pasyati kas canaiam. Hrda hrdistham manasa ye enam, evam vidur amrtas te bhavanti’

Dr. Naik explains above lines as follows and immediately correlates it with Holy Quran.

His form is not to be seen; no one sees him with the eye. Those who through heart and mind know Him as abiding in the heart become immortal’

The Holy Holy Quran refers to this aspect in the following verse:

No vision can grasp Him But His grasp is over all vision: He is above all comprehension, Yet is acquainted with all things’ [Holy Quran 6:103]

I have not contradicted his quotes, about Hindu scriptures above; I have just exposed his partial quotations. What seemed to him similar to Holy Quran he brings forth in support and what goes against, he do not dare to look into them and simply diverts the topic to incidences of wrong practices in the society. Dr. Naik is wrong to perceive that Hindu scriptures if detailed would be against Quran. In fact, Hindu texts goes beyond Quran and Quran would be the stepping stone towards Hindu scriptures, if a Muslim would dare to know more about God. Probably, some fear envelops Dr. Naik, which he needs to break and first step would be to kill his own arrogance and accept that knowledge is not limited and is as vast as God. And thus, Quran alone or any scripture alone is not enough to wrap everything. Thus, Muslims should be allowed to grow in their knowledge and not live in boundaries, particularly those boundaries that give them wrong fame. This book can be an earnest request to Dr. Naik, or to Muslim brothers, to understand a very basic fact – had Hindu scriptures been against Muslims, they would not have enjoyed a free growth (from 5% to 20%) in country like India, particularly when Hindus are diminishing in their countries.

Had I wished to do a similar act, as Dr. Naik did by Quoting from Hindu scriptures, I would have easily and clearly formulated hundreds of similarity and contradictions between Quran and Hindu scriptures. But Hindus are not taught about this. Hindus have the culture of respect and regard in their blood, executed through the practice of worship and love. And, I have every reason to respect the Holy Quran, as long as it remains peaceful for humanity and creatures outside its practitioners.

I do not want to comment on what Dr. Naik has said about Quran and God in Quran, as it is in his understanding an attempt to define God, and follow that definition and should be respectable. But, coming across he lays down an example:

‘Tape recorder, for instance, are manufactured in large numbers. It has never been suggested that in order to understand what is good for the tape recorder the manufacturer should become a tape recorder himself. One simply assumes that the manufacturer will publish an instruction manual, since he has complete knowledge of his product. In short, the instruction manual gives the dos and don’ts for the machine.

If you think of Human Being as a machine, it is indeed a complex creation of Allah. Our Lord and creator Allah, need not come in the form of a human being to know what is good or bad for the human being. He only has to reveal the instruction manual to mankind. The Holy Quran is the instruction manual for human beings.

Moreover, Allah will call this creation to account on the Day of Judgment. It therefore stands to reason, that Creator informs us about the dos and don’ts of life’.

Now, here lies great error in such explanations.

1. First, comparison of Tape-recorder with human being is not a correct one. Tape-recorder is not the Realizer of its manufacturer. It is humans who created Tape-recorder and it is humans who judge it for dos or don’ts. And hence, human has to be human to judge it; and this is what a Hindu says that God has to take the utmost shape of Human to correct human errors. If the tape-recorder was to judge its operation and report back to its manufacturer, then it would have been a meaningful comparison to say that Quran is the manual for us and also a creation of Allah and would be judged based on the manual. And hence, the example would produce an effect like there are many Allah and creation of one is being judged by others based on the manual Quran; in fact, this can be thought as manifestations which is denied by Islam. Even Muslims would not agree to this.

2. Second, manuals are produced for the users of the tape-recorder, and it can go up gradation as the features enhances in the tape-recorder. Manual is produced for humans and hence, the manufacturer has to be necessarily being a human and enter the mind of its users to create a readable manual. Again, the manual is not a complete and closed chapter for the tape-recorder, as further improvement and enhancement to the tape-recorder features are possible, which would upgrade the manual. Obviously, humans are changing every day in their behaviors. So, Quran (the human manual) should accordingly change, which is not happening. The example and actual are contradicting.

3. Very importantly, such concepts are insult to Allah himself. We all know that humans have existed since thousands of years. There must be instruction manuals before Quran too, and they are probably Bible or even before that Vedas. If all these manuals are written by humans and not Allah, then what happened to the manual given by Allah during creation, as his creations have existed since thousands of years and human cannot have the power to destroy Allah’s manual. Either we accept with equal grace to the all the religious books (which Hindus do in respect of God or Allah) and there would be no fight, no comparison, no contradictions and no superior-inferior combat – all would be creations of Allah and Quran probably an upgrade to earlier versions, or we simply stop claiming that Quran is the last say or manual from Allah. As a matter of fact, earlier versions like Vedas, Upanishads, Purana, and Bhagwad Geeta of Hindus are so vast that Quran seems to be a river in the sea.

4. And one important error is to declare that Allah would go into the accounts only on the Day of Judgment. What about the people who are dying today and who have already died? Haven’t they seen the Day of Judgment? If Dr. Naik is talking of some specific day, which would probably be the end of the world, he is not doing a good job towards humanity. As this would strengthen his people to do inhuman acts in assumption that everyone would anyway get killed and punished on the final day. Vedas have described such destruction in terms of ‘Yug’ and that too don’t go without logic. It has considered that human population would grow, unlike other species, but not the size of the earth. Population would contain good and bad, constructive and destructive people with powers distributed in both. Ignorance and knowledge would always be there, diversities is the basis of existence, and hence the day would come when this would result in natural imbalance through various means like increasing pollutions of various types, attempts to tamper environmental balance through technological advancement, mass human envy in the name of religion, etc. And to come to such situation of imbalance, it takes a period described as ‘Yug’ in Vedas, following which Natural force (in form of Natural power of highest order in human form, otherwise resembled to God, in order to make sure that nothing unnatural takes place even in the phase of creating balance again – a concept of Hindu that is so logical and realistic) would come into play to reorder and reestablish the stability and balance. To me, it seems to be a logic, as this is what is happening – human population are increasing at a pace and humans have every reason to diminish population of animals and birds (some species have already extinguished). Pollution of all orders are traveling towards their top, human diversity are impatiently and agitatedly taking pace in the name of religion, region, nation, politics, policies, socialism, etc. Where would it lead to one final day? But this doesn’t mean that there would be a day of judgment for Allah and rest are for us. Though a calculation, Hinduism emphasizes on humans to behave so as to work towards the betterment of humans and all other creatures within the laws and limitations of natural laws.

5. Last but not the least; Allah has created millions of species, all living in the same world as us. Where is the manual for them and who makes them understand those manuals? And what stopped God from creating more species as intelligent as human? If Dr. Naik do not have the answer to this, let me state to him that manuals are meant to describe machines, machines that cannot do anything by itself. And if Quran is a manual, it means that its followers do not have emotions like humans (and is this the reason given by Mr. Naik to support terrorism). Actually, this is the biggest difference between Hinduism and Islam – while Islam (as I understand from Dr. Naik’s conclusions) is an ‘Order’, while Hindu scriptures are ‘Messages’. These two have different implications – ‘Order’ proves that humans are incapable and illogical, while ‘Message’ reflects that humans have their own thinking and they can interpret the message and do the right or wrong. While ‘Orders’ restrict human to go beyond, ‘Messages’ allows him to expand to outreach God.

As a conclusion, in no way, can the example of Tape-recorder suit an explanation that Allah cannot take human form. In reality, Bhagwad Geeta described why nature creates one in ages, a human capable of Godly qualities (Refer to chapter ‘A Hindu God’).

Dr. Naik quotes another example:

‘Each attribute of God is unique and possessed by him Alone’.

The example supporting above say goes as:

‘If someone says Neil Armstrong is an American, the attribute of being American possessed by Neil Armstrong is correct but not sufficient to identify him. Similarly, Neil Armstrong is an astronaut. The attribute of being an Astronaut is not unique to Neil Armstrong. To identify the person uniquely we must look for a unique attribute. For example, Neil Armstrong was the first human to set foot on the moon. So, when one asks; who was the first man to set foot on the moon, the answer is only one, i.e., Neil Armstrong. Similarly, the attribute of Almighty God should be unique e.g., Creator of the Universe. If I say creator of the building, it may be possible and true that it is not unique. Thousands of people can make a building, so there would be no difference between man and God. But each Attribute of Allah points to none but Allah.’

‘For example,

Ar-Reheem: the most Merciful

Ar-Rahman: the most Gracious

Al-Hakeem: the most Wise’

‘In continuation with the earlier example, if somebody says Neil Armstrong is an American Astronaut who is only four feet tall, the attribute (American Astronaut) is correct but its associated quality (only four feet tall) is false. Similarly, if someone says that God is the Creator of the universe with one head, two hands, two feet, etc. the attribute (Creator of the Universe) is correct but the associated quality (in the form of human being) is wrong and false.

Since there is only one God all the attributes should point to one and the same God. To say that Neil Armstrong was an American Astronaut who first set foot on the moon, but his the second was Edwin Aldrin is wrong. Both have unique qualities similarly to say that the Creator is one God and the cherisher is another God is absurd because there is only one God with all these attributes combined together’.

Again Dr. Naik has done the same mistake as in previous example.

1. The say and the example both clearly, forces God to be an entity, an identifiable entity, an identifiable physical entity with known attributes.

2. Unique is a term applied only when there are huge numbers of similar forces. Thus, this also implies that there are many equivalent forces as Allah, but Allah has unique attributes that segregates him from them. I do not know, how much Muslims agree to this, but Hindus do not surely.

3. The quotes that Dr. Naik has quoted do not fit to the example. The ‘most’ merciful, the ‘most’ gracious, and the ‘most’ wisest, is correct to give him identification. But it is then, not possessed by him alone and hence not unique to him. As the word ‘most’ clearly signifies that these qualities are held by many others, including humans. Thus, Allah simply excels to humans in these qualities. The qualities are thus not unique to Allah, only the quantity of these qualities surpasses his competitors. I do not say that the definition is wrong, but it is incomplete. Hindus go beyond to fathom that none can understand God actually nor can anyone measure the multitude of his manifestations. As far as ‘most’ is concerned, we have manifestations of God in human forms also with those qualities.

4. There must be many Neil Armstrong on earth. Every human being on this earth is unique, and can be made unique through various identifiable meanings as name, address, achievements, date of birth, etc. An attempt to define Allah with attributes and unique attribute, would lead to vision his world composed of many like him but with different features and qualities, thus requiring Allah to create uniqueness for himself for his identity. No doubt, these terms leaves an individual into darkness when it comes to actually understanding God and realizing God. This darkness is nothing but called Ignorance and answered in Vedic philosophy.

5. As far as trying to find Uniqueness of God is attempted by Dr. Naik, he has failed to realize that by the grace of same God, each and every creature of each and every specie are created unique, with variance in some other way. Hence, my features are unique and do not match to anyone in the world. Even the definition of God as per Quran has failed to convey a simple message that everything is a manifestation of same God because every other thing is unique in its nature. Thus, Hindu ideology has a universal meaning which is sound proof from all angles.

6. Very importantly, when Dr. Naik says, ‘Since there is only one God all the attributes should point to one and the same God’, he is committing a great error. An attempt to define and close God cannot take place as a part of human explanation. The sentence clearly shows how hard is the boundary on Allah that he should necessarily hold attributes that points to him alone. It reflects an immaturity in understanding God. This is also reflected further in his texts when he attaches hearing, seeing and other human attributes to God.

At one instance, he has mentioned about Vishnu as God and having four hands and other attributes of human. Though, I have elaborated this in detail in the chapter ’33 Crore Gods of Hindus’, I must reiterate here that Vishnu is not considered as God, but again a manifestation of God in natural and immaterial form (he is one of the Tri-Deva, thus a deity as Lord Shiva and Lord Brahma). God is very vastly explained in Hinduism (Refer chapter ‘A Hindu God’), and is subject to very high study. I suggest the religious leaders of the world to listen to the preachers and saints of Hindus – I am sure they would not find any onslaught on any religion, they would not find a word ‘Hindu’ in their preaching and most of the time the preaching would be philosophical, social, psychological and scientific. This would surely help them to change their perception about Hindu Gods and limited understanding of endless Hindu ideologies.

Apart from the understanding of God, Dr. Naik has also brought in the scriptures related to living standards and behaviors of Hindus, including their eating habits. In his book, ‘Answer to Non-Muslims, Common questions about Islam’, in the Chapter 6 – Eating Non-Vegetarian Food, he has mentioned many Hindu texts to support Islamic way of killing animals and feasting on non-vegetarian food. Though, I have detailed on this topic in my book ‘From the Laws of Nature’, I would at least visit Dr. Naik’s quotations from Hindu scriptures and expose the realities.

I would avoid commenting on anything in Quran, as Quran do not talk about Hinduism as such. And focus only on what Dr. Naik is saying about scientific and religious understanding of non-vegetarian diet.

‘3. Meat is nutritious and rich in complete protein (He mentions Iron, Vitamin B1 and Niacin).

First thing, there are rich sources of protein (cereals like ‘Dal’) and these elements in vegetarian diet as well. Hence, he is correct not to mention ‘only’ in non-vegetarian diet.

‘4. Humans have omnivorous set of teeth.

5. Human beings can digest both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food.

In his explanation, Dr. Naik either doesn’t know about Omnivorous teeth or has tried to hide in his explanation about it. Both Omnivorous and Carnivorous animals have sharp, pointed and protruded set of teeth, which they use to kill and tear animals naturally. Does Dr. Naik want to convince his followers that, we have natural ability to kill animals by our teeth and tear them live? We have pointed teeth, but they are not protruded and not pointed enough to tear live flesh. And this is one of the major reasons, why people mostly around the world cook meat and make them edible, which is not natural.

As far as digestion is concerned, our digestive system is not at all made to digest non-vegetarian food. Consider following points:

Herbivorous & Humans Carnivorous Omnivorous

Stomach acidity: pH 4 to 5 with food in stomach Stomach acidity: pH less then equal to 1 with food in stomach Stomach acidity: pH less then equal to 1 with food in stomach

Stomach capacity: Less then 30% of total volume of digestive tract Stomach capacity: 60% to 70% of total volume of digestive tract Stomach capacity: 60% to 70% of total volume of digestive tract

Small Intestine: More then 10 times of body length Small Intestine: 3 to 6 times of body length Small Intestine: 3 to 6 times of body length

Colon: Long and complex Colon: Simple, short and smooth Colon: Simple, short and smooth

Kidney: Moderately concentrated Urine Kidney: Extremely concentrated Urine Kidney: Extremely concentrated Urine

Humans have exactly the Herbivorous type of stomach. The digestive system undergoes tremendous pressure, wear and tear in order to digest uncooked non-vegetarian diet. Our immune system has the capacity to build the wear and tear and thus is not exactly understood by consumers of non-vegetarian diet. Anyway, we move ahead to reach that point, which is religious and impelled me to consider this topic as a part of this chapter.

Dr. Naik says:

7. Hindu scriptures give permission to have non-vegetarian food.

a. There are many books which are strictly vegetarians. They think it is against their religion to consume non-vegetarian food. But the true fact is that the Hindu scriptures permit a person to have meat. The scripture mentions Hindu sages and saints consuming non-vegetarian food.

b. It is mentioned in Manu Smriti, the law book of Hindus, in Chapter 5, Verse 30: ‘The eater who eats the flesh of those to be eaten does nothing bad, even if he does it day after day, for itself created some to be eaten and some to be eater.’

c. Again next verse of Manu Smriti, that is Chapter 5, Verse 31 says: ‘Eating meat is right for the sacrifice, this is traditionally known as the rule of the God’

d. Further in Manu Smriti, Chapter 5, Verse 39 and 40 says: ‘God himself created sacrificial animals for sacrifice,…, therefore killing in a sacrifice is not killing’

The first thing people must know that the divine creation in Hinduism is Vedas. Upanishads and Bhagwad Geeta are based on Vedas. Manu Smriti is pure human creation, based on life styles in those times. Anyway, life style has nothing to do with vegetarian or non-vegetarian food, as humans were then and are now humans only. More importantly, Manu Smriti had been rejected by Hindus long back as it goes against Vedas at many places. Somehow, the critics took this opportunity and brought it back to onslaught the Hindus, by declaring that Manu Smriti is the law book of Hindus. However, what is shown to the world of that book is not the true and complete picture.

To clarify this, I will quote from the same book that yet conveys the rules from Vedas.

Chapter 5, Verse 4: ‘Through neglect of the Veda study, through deviation from the rule of conduct, through being remiss in the fulfillment of duties, and through faults committed by eating forbidden food, death becomes eager to shorten the lives of Brahmin.’

The above statement clarifies that Vedas prohibits eating of non-vegetarian food as a rule of conduct (as natural law) and Vedas are made for the man kind and not for Brahmins alone. In fact, as I have detailed in my Chapter ‘Casteism’, Vedas do not segregate the society at all based on birth. It clearly says that the four fold path of an individual to exist in this world is necessary and the choice depends on individual to individual as per their nature and attitude. Thus, Brahmanism is not a caste or a birth in Vedas; it is the highest state of spiritual knowledge and true human behavior as per natural laws.

First misdirection by Dr. Naik is that he says ‘Manu Smriti’ is the law book of Hindus. In fact, for his knowledge, Manu Smriti is an optional subject for those who are learning Vedas and are directed to take is just for the knowledge sake. There is no law book for Hindus, there are only knowledge books. Vedas, Upanishads and Bhagwad Geeta are the only authenticated books that are to be followed and they are law books not because those laws are imposed on Hindus, but because they simply contains details of nature and natural way of leading life.

Let us look few more verses from the same chapter of Manu Smriti and things would be clear:

Verse 42: A twice born man who, knowing the true meaning of Veda, slays the animal for these purposes causes both himself and the animal to enter a most blessed state.

Sage Manu, starts emphasizing that a man (twice born: first in society, second in the world of true knowledge of Vedas), would kill the animal only to enter a blessed state. He does not mention here that he kills and eats the flesh of the animal. The killing happens only for the betterment of the society, maybe in war, in forest to protect the self, or for other reasons. And he makes his point further clear in terms of eating flesh.

Verse 33: ‘A twice born man who knows the law must not eat meat except in conformity of the law; for if he has eaten it unlawfully, he will, unable to save himself, be eaten after death by his victims.’

Verse 43: A twice born man of virtuous disposition, whether he dwells in his house, with a teacher, or in the forest, must never, even in times of distress cause an injury to any creature which is not sanctioned by Veda.

Verse 46: He, who does not seek to cause the sufferings of bonds and death to living creatures, but desires the good of all beings, obtains endless bliss.

Verse 49: Having well considered the disgusting origin of flesh and the cruelty of fettering and slaying corporeal beings, let him entirely abstain from eating flesh.

Verse 51: He who permits the slaughter of animal, he who cuts it up, he who kills it, he who buys or sells meat, he who cooks it, he who serves it up, and he who eats it, must all be considered as slayers of animals.

Verse 52: There is no greater sinner than that man who, though not worshipping the Gods and or the manes, seeks to increase the bulk of his own flesh by consuming the flesh of other beings.

From the above verses, it becomes very clear, how some people are trying to misdirect, the world about Hinduism as a religion. Unfortunately, not all Hindus read these books (most of them stick to Bhagwad Geeta alone – as it is concise form of the vast knowledge), and do not confront to these conspiracies.

At last, Dr. Naik, has quoted a conversation between Ydhistira and Bhishma, talking of animal sacrifices as a process of ‘Sraddha’ a ritual in Hindus. Moreover, Bhishma is describing the sacrifice and not the consumption of meat as a common practice. It is also to be noted that the whole episode of Mahabharat is based on the fact that crime and unlawful activities were at peak and birth of Lord Krishna was to ensure that the laws are reestablished.

Thus, first, the conversation cannot be taken as a base of authentication that Hindu scriptures allow non-vegetarian diet.

Second, Yudhistira and Bhishma are both from ruler and soldier family and killing (killing in war) is as per their nature. Had they been so correct and authenticated, Lord Krishna would have explained the whole Bhagwad Geeta to Arjuna. Discussion between these two soldiers are not the law of nature, it is simply their perception. And Veda Vyas has mentioned these things so as to make people realize that these things are not correct for the living standard of humans.

Third, Bhishma has just started describing the beliefs of Sraddha here. Later in the scripture, Bhishma described how the process of Shraddha started as a pure vegetarian diet, even without salt. As it is a very long discussion, I cannot mention them all. It is suggested to read the whole conversation before concluding on the cuttings of Dr. Naik.

Fourth, Hinduism, as I had emphasized always, is not a boundary of thoughtless laws. It allows people to think and do anything that can be constructive. It lays on the fundamental principle that definitions cannot bind the infinite God and Creations, only directions can be set towards them. Hence, vegetarianism is an explanation in Hinduism as a healthy and righteous food (Sattvika food). Hence, Dr. Naik’s claim that it is allowed in Hinduism is not a correct statement; it is only mentioned as harmful diet in Hinduism.

He further says:

‘7. Hinduism was influenced by other religions

Though Hindu Scriptures permit its followers to have non-vegetarian food, many Hindus adopted the vegetarian system because they were influenced by other religions like Jainism.’

This is absurd, and explained in detail above. To ensure, see below scriptures of Bhagwad Geeta, which I believe existed far before Jainism or any known religions of the world:

Bhagwad Geeta, Chapter 17, Verser 7, 8, 9, 10:

‘The food also (like worship, yajna, austerity, almsgiving, knowledge, action, intellect, fortitude, happiness, and others) is threefold’

‘The foods which augment vitality, energy, strength, health, cheerfulness, and appetite, which are savory, oleaginous, substantial, agreeable and pure, are Sattvika’.

‘The foods that are bitter, sour, saline, excessively hot, pungent, dry and burning, are Rajasika’

‘That which is stale, tasteless, stinking, cooked overnight, refuse and impure are Tamasika’.

No way has the concept of vegetarian a gift of Jainism. Jainism have gone the hard way, and produced out of Hinduism. Jainism has only tried to live the ‘Sattvika’ way described in Hinduism.

He further mentions:

‘8. Even plants have life

9. Even plants can feel pain

10. Killing a living creature with two senses less is not a lesser crime’

I don’t understand that a literary man like Dr. Naik cannot differentiate between vegetarian and non-vegetarian diet, even in terms of life, the way they are composed as organism, the way they exist as creatures.

I have detailed about Vegetarianism in second volume, yet let us see few things as known even to children.

We understand very well that animals grow proportionally within their body and after certain time period even that also stops while unlike animals, plants have the power to spread its life within and outside its body (we need not know the methodology of plant growth here). Plants grow on natural resources, while animal depends either on plants or other animals. More importantly, we can preserve plants for longer period in contrast to animals. Now what is more important to understand here is that preservation effects are different in both cases. When we are preserving plants, we are preserving their life. But when we are preserving animals, we are just keeping the dead body away from biological effects. Plants do not eat as animals do. Plant does not move as animals do. We all know these differences between Plant and Animal kingdom. Reasoning that when we eat plant we kill them is not at all rational. It can very simply be realized that when we eat plants we consume it in lively state, unless we cook them, but when we consume animals, we consume them dead. In fact, humans do not consume dead plants and the rotten part gets visible immediately unlike meat. Hence, there is no reasoning that can proof that eating of plant is same as eating of animals.

Moving ahead, we find more reasoning from him.

’11. Over population of cattle

If every human being was a vegetarian, it would lead to overpopulation of cattle in the world, since their reproduction and multiplication is very swift. Allah (swt) in His Divine Wisdom knows how to maintain the balance of His creation appropriately. No wonder He has permitted us to have the meat of the cattle.’

It is amazing to realize that Islam has no boundary on controlling its own human population, but allows humans to control other creature’s population. Do Dr. Naik want to say that cows multiply faster than human population – he may compare the two population in any country, any region to understand this, where people do not eat cow.

Second important thing: who is capable of controlling population, human or nature? If Dr. Naik thinks that human is the one who is controlling the population of millions of species, then I do not have to say further. But, if nature has this capacity, the conclusion becomes baseless. It is simply one reason in protection of our human taste.

‘12. Cost of meat is reasonable since all aren’t non-vegetarians

I do not mind if some people are pure vegetarians. However they should not condemn non-vegetarians as ruthless. In fact if all Indians become non-vegetarians then the present non-vegetarians would be losers since the prices of meat would rise.’

The price of meat is anyhow far more than vegetarian diets. Dr. Naik is so poor in his reasoning; I had not come to know till this point. It is so simple, if all Indians go non-vegetarians, there won’t be meat to meet the demand. But if all Indians go vegetarians, there would still be enough food to meet the ever growing demand and price also would come down and that is why nature created humans as vegetarians – balance is not broken.

How can the human say that human are more important than all other creatures? What if God would have not created trees and plants and created only humans? What if there would not have any water? What if there would not have been air? In fact, to make human realize the importance of all creatures and creations of equal value, God have created other planets which do not have these things and we all know what is the environment there – no life, no humans, no one to realize even God? Hence, every creature is of equal importance to God and they are expected to behave as per natural laws. All other actually behaves so, barring humans. Though naturally made vegetarians, they enforce methodologies and endeavor to support their unlawful behavior through various challenged logics that these pretty and helpless creatures are made to be murdered by them and for them (their taste and authority).

Thus the belief that Hinduism is against meat is true, as Hinduism understands that life is a property of God and life simply do not means human life, it relates to every other entity that is involved in creating life support system, it relates to every creature which has realized such system. The data that more than 99 percent criminals and 100 percent terrorists are meat eaters, allows the vegetarians to condemn eating of meat. Eating meat is a barbarian act and as per Hindu understating, who kills it, who sells it, who buys it, who cooks it, who serves it and who eats are equal contributors in the murder of humble animals. They all contribute to the killing of humbleness which in turn induce in them the barbaric nature, some carry this to ahead to become criminals, murderers and terrorists.

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Dating Asian Women – How To Get The Beautiful Asian Girlfriend Of Your Dreams

If you’d prefer to be dating Asian women, then you and I have something in common. I’ve been dating Asian women for many years, in America and during my frequent overseas travels, and I’ve come up with a specific set of rules and strategies that you ought to learn if your goal is to get a hot Asian girlfriend (or enjoy dating a variety of hot Asian girls!)  

There are some distinct differences in how you should pick up Western women, versus Asian girls. When it comes to American and European women, my usual style is to be a brash, playful “bad boy” — I’ll tease women and playfully criticize them, in order to let them know I’m not so impressed with them. My normal strategy is to make girls feel that I am the one who need to be impressed.

This means never answering her questions directly (rather than giving a direct answer, play it off with a joke); don’t ask HER the conventional questions (“so what’s your name,” “where are you from,” etc), and instead using creative conversation techniques to keep things flowing; and it also means teasing women and “busting on them” from time to time. Not in a harsh, disrespectful way, but in a teasing manner that implies something very important to her: that you’re not an ordinary guy who is hoping to impress her and “win” her.|One way to do this is to never answer a girl’s questions directly. Instead, you always sidetrack her questions with jokes (i.e. “What do I do for a living? I’m a lion tamer.”)

And, you don’t ask her typical questions (such as “where are you from,” etc.) You With Western women, it’s important for you to take command of the conversation and steer it down the right path, and this means turning the tables and playfully busting on them. This demonstrates that you’re absolutely not an average dude.

So the question is, should you try to approach dating Asian women the same way? The answer is, in some cases you will use a similar style of flirting. But there are some changes you will need to make to your “game.”

A specialized approach is required to successfully pick up most Asian women, and much of this has to do with their culture and the way they were raised. Growing up, they watched a LOT of local “romantic serials” on television. (In America, we refer to these shows as “soap operas.”) In these shows, the handsome lead actor is always treating his woman like gold, being super “sweet” and “caring” and tending to her needs.

Often, the storylineinvolves a desperately attempting to “win” the girl, but she keeps rebuffing him — and so he keeps itrying until he does something remarkable to “touch her heart.” Then she gives in and melts, and they live happily ever after.

Asian women are deeply influenced by this stuff. They’re conditioned to expect this same type of courtship in their own lives.

Sure, there are less-traditional Asian girls who go for “bad boys.” Generally, however, well-raised Asian girls would rather die than embarrass their families, so they would never be seen in public with a guy who wears shabby clothes and is covered with tattoos (no matter how “cool” other women might think he is).

This also means that you can’t approach her like a “pickup artist” would, using lines and routines on her and trying to quickly escalate to a physical level.

Indeed, the rules of attraction and seduction do change a bit when you are dating asian women.

But it’s certainly OK to pay an Asian women a compliment on how nice she looks. I don’t advise guys to do this with Western women, because it makes you predictable and unoriginal. But Asian women, because they are so feminine and take great pride in their appearance, will be flattered if you pay them a sincere compliment on how nice they look today.

(Even though she may act shy, and blush when you tell her, this just means that you’ve touched her emotionally.)

It’s also really important for you to demonstrate masculine behavior (i.e. “be the man”) when you are with Asian girls. One thing we all love about Asian women is their femininity. It’s one of the things we all appreciate most about Asian women: they are totally feminine in nature and appearance. (Unlike American women, who have been taught to try to “wear the pants” in a relationship, and will go out in public wearing a baseball cap and baggy clothes. You won’t see Asian women dressing this way — my Korean girlfriend used to spend an hour doing her hair and makeup just to go to the store! And they always look amazing…)

I can explain to you precisely how to project a masculine “energy” that Asian women are magnetically attracted to. Just visit our Dating Asian Women site and learn these tips, plus much more, and within no time you can be attracting and dating the beautiful Asian girls you’ve been dreaming about.

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