Either they are joking or they are thinking we are fools!
India had a fantastic education system b4 these desert invaders stepped inside our land. Owing to large-scale destruction of libraries & academic institutions by invading armies in the 12 CE, our science was lost forever. But the surviving pvt collections tells us the greatness!
Mar 14, 2018 • 19 tweets • 11 min read
1/18 We were repeatedly told that Europeans came to India for trade while toning down their marauders' missionary objective in fear of politics. Worse, they were praised by the communist designed education system. We will unwind the true story through #ThiruchendurMurugan
2.A Quiz for you. Which is the world's first and oldest Multi-National Corporate?
Feb 27, 2018 • 13 tweets • 3 min read
Who is a Brahmin? Lord Buddha Defines in Dhammapada (Ch:26) as follows...
" O brahmin, strive and cleave the stream,
desires of sense discarded,
knowing conditioned things decay
Verse 383. Be A Knower Of The Deathless
"When by the twofold Dhamma
a Brahmin’s gone beyond
all the bonds of One-who-Knows
have wholly disappeared."
Verse 384. Cultivate Concentration
Feb 24, 2018 • 12 tweets • 9 min read
1. What’s #Hospice? It’s a recent term coined by #MotherTeresa to serve dying & destitute without any proper medical investigation. Simply put, feed them without any medical aid till they die, even if they recover & serve the society. #StJosephHospice2. #Hospice keeps patients against their will (read #kidnapping). They served us in their youth, worked in the farms to create crops, vegetables etc.. which we might have consumed. In-turn, our shameless society has no regard & leave them to die as destitute? #StJosephHospice
Feb 3, 2018 • 17 tweets • 8 min read
1. Vēḷāṅkaṇṇi is a Christian pilgrimage site—that is what most of us have been led to believe. We may however be surprised to learn about its Śaiva origins. Read more. #MissionaryMafia -2 ‘Kaṇṇi’ in Tamil means ‘she who has beautiful eyes’. @jayasartn@Bharathgyan2. ‘Vēḷāṅkaṇṇi’ is etymologically derived from the old name ‘Vēlana-kaṇṇi’—a name by which Ambikā is known in the Dēvāram, owing to her eyes appearing like a spear-head (vēl = spear) eyes, she is also known as vēlaṉa-kaṇṇi.
Dec 14, 2017 • 15 tweets • 8 min read
1/15 In today's thread I would like to focus on the grand Dravidian deceit on Tamil culture and Civilisation with the agenda to hide the Hindu identity of Tamil Nadu! Its about #Keeladi#Keezadi#Excavations2. .How many of us do really know that #Keeladi , a recent panchayat, is originally identified as a part of another adjacent village #Kondhagai? This beautiful village has 2 temples. Archaeologists knew about this village and its ancient history for a very long time.