The massacre of 6 million Jews by Hitler and the persecution that Jews suffered all over the world in the last 15 centuries has been meticulously recorded by Jews themselves after 1945 and has been enshrined not only in history books, but also in Holocaust museums, the most famous one being in Washington DC. It has not been done with a spirit of revenge - look at Israel and Germany today - they are in the best of terms; yet, facts are facts and contemporary Germany had to come to terms with its terrible actions during Second World War.
Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists have suffered also a terrible Holocaust, probably without parallel in human history. Take the
A few known historical figures can be used to justify this estimate. Encyclopaedia Britannica recalls that in December 1398 AD,
Or take the recent plight of the Kashmiri Pandits. Over 4 lakh Kashmiri Pandits have been forced to flee their homeland. Many Pandit men, women and children have been brutally murdered. About 70,000 still languish in makeshift refugee camps in
BURNING BOOKS, LOOTING OF CULTURE is also a very important part of the plan, as we have seen during the early Muslim invasions, where the Buddhist centres of learning were ruthlessly burnt and razed to the ground.
As a correspondent covering
This exhibition, which opened in Habitat Centre,
The Kashmiri Pandits’ exhibition was inaugurated by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the founder of the Art of Living Foundation And M..S. Bitta, president of the all
Our aim is manifold: we would like to take the present exhibition all around India and all over the world, particularly the United States, where most symposiums on Kashmir, including some organized by the US State Department, are peopled mostly by Pakistanis, Muslims and US based Indians who are anti-Hindu, such as Angana Chatterjee, who uses Sri Aurobindo’s name to teach anti-Indian stuff in an American university. Then we would like to start another exhibition on forced Christian conversions in the North-East. And ultimately, we would like to build a Hindu/ Sikh/