Accordingly they created three groups of
major falsehoods to deteriorate Hindu culture. They were:
1. Sages and Saints: To demean the Vedic Rishis,
Sages and brahmans by calling them savages and to degrade all our
great Masters and acharyas (because the early inhabitants of the
British Isles were like savages, and prior to that, according to the Old
Testament, the generation during the 1200’s BC was such that sometimes
they slept with animals for carnal fun. So, killing and eating bulls,
cows, horses and sacrificing animals was their regular routine).
2. Literature: To despise the authentic
greatness of the Sanskrit language and to condemn all the scriptures
including the Vedas, calling them a myth and poetical imagination (because
they themselves had nothing but myths and the frantic expressions of
fighting and killing of demons etc., like their ancient topmost classical
book, Beowulf, written around 700 AD, describes about the mythological
person Beowulf who went on an expedition and killed a savage monster and
fire breathing dragons).
3. History: To reject the authentic history and
to fabricatingly reconstruct a false history of India by making
Chandragupt Maurya a contemporary of Alexander and making it a fixed point
in their writings, and also by fixing the date of Hindu scriptures between
1200 BC and 1000 AD in order to fit in with their Aryan invasion fiction
(because their own early history is the history of barbarism, and the
later history is the history of lust, greed, cruelty, riots and wars with
no spirituality at all).
In this way throwing their social and historical dirt
on the Hindu culture by mutilating it, and thus, showing themselves that
they are better than us, they ruled India for about two hundred years.
During the 19th century and the early 20th century
almost all of the writers and the historians exactly followed the above
guidelines of falsehood as established by the diplomats of the British
regime. They were all either employed or appointed and influenced by them
to write such books. Thus, there were quite a number of books written by
the famous writers of that time with detailed statements and charts that
elaborated the wrong descriptions. So, the few, who were independent
writers, followed the same wrong tradition because that was the only
available material for them to get the information for their writings.
In this way the entire literary work of the whole world
was infused with such ideas. The Encyclopaedia Britannica was fed with all
the wrong information about Indian culture, religion and history as
written by Jones, Max Müller and others, and the other encyclopedias
blindly followed the same tradition. It should be kept in mind that the
British Empire was the most powerful empire in the world in those days. So
it was quite easy for them to manipulate all the literary works of that
We are giving the samples of the writings of a few
writers: some of the Asiatic Researches and Pargiter. You will see that their writings bear the
motivations of the same class and kind with the same kind of fabrications
of Bhartiya history.