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Crimes Against India: And the Need to Protect its Ancient Vedic Tradition

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India has one of the oldest and most dynamic cultures of the world. Yet, many people do not know of the many attacks, wars, atrocities and sacrifices that Indian people have had to undergo to protect and preserve their country and spiritual tradition over the centuries. Many people also do not know of the many ways in which this profound heritage is being attacked and threatened today, and what we can do about it. Topics included: • How there is a war against Hinduism and its yoga culture. • The weaknesses of India that allowed invaders to conquer her. • Lessons from India’s real history that should not be forgotten. • The atrocities committed by the Muslim invaders, and how they tried to destroy Vedic culture and its many temples, and slaughtered thousands of Indian Hindus. • How the cruelest of all Christian Inquisitions in Goa tortured and killed thousands of Hindus. • Action plans for preserving and strengthening Vedic India.
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Published
March 12, 2013
Language
English
Pages
384
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.06 MB
Product ID
20756955

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