Did Nehru hate Hinduism?


Who was Nehru and what is his influence on modern politics of India?

Nehru was one of the foremost leaders of India’s freedom struggle. First Prime Minister of independent India and the creator of modern India.

Creator of modern India???

As the so called “Speak Truth gang” created the narrative.

Apart from these things, there is another image of Nehru which is discussed more now. That is the anti-Hindu side of him.

We hear many stories of Nehru being anti-Hindu, are these really true? Or is Nehru’s anti-Hindu image a conspiracy of opposition political parties?

If we look carefully and study the literature written by Nehru, it becomes clear that Nehru left no stones unturned trying to show that Hindu religion was inferior to Islam in order to appease the Muslims.

Nehru’s political philosophy was based on anti-Hinduism.

Some examples of literature written by Nehru himself.

Varanasi and Nehru

Nehru had visited Varanasi since his childhood, surely he must have been well aware about Varanasi and how deeply this city is linked with Hinduism. But surprisingly Nehru becomes completely biased while writing about Varanasi.

Nehru talks very little about the city of Varanasi before Buddha, according to him the importance of Varanasi starts only from the first sermon of Buddha. Not only this, Nehru, at every possible instance tries to glorify the Buddhist organization.

At the time when Nehru was trying to make his place in Indian politics, India, especially Varanasi, was a big center of religious conversion of the Christian missionaries.

All the prominent nationalists of that era, Annie Besant, Malviya ji, Bhagwan Das, etc. were against the evil efforts of the missionaries. Gandhi’s own views were clear on this subject, but Nehru avoided writing on this subject and remained silent.

Varanasi is also known as the Oldest Living City, it has been a city of knowledge since ancient times, that is why Buddha also chose this city for his first sermon. Nehru’s evil attempt to dwarf the antiquity of Varanasi will always raise questions on his credibility.

Mockery of Hindu traditions

Nehru always regarded Hindus as primitive and exotic. According to his book GLIMPSES OF WORLD HISTORY Once when he was lodged as a political prisoner in Naini jail, he described the people going to take bath in Makar Sankranti Magh Mela as extremely superstitious.

Nehru however could not muster the courage to say anything on Muslim and Christian festivals; hardly any divine sermon of Nehru is found on the sacrifice of animals in Muslim festivals.

False interpretation of Indian history

Nehru was the originator of fake history of India. Undoubtedly Nehru was the first politician to use Indian history for power.

Wahhabism, the ideology of Islamic terrorism in India, had a great influence in the nineteenth century. Even today, this is the main ideology behind Muslim terrorism in the world.

Nehru maintains a mysterious silence on this subject. He saw applying Tilak and bathing in holy rivers as fanaticism, but Nehru did not see any threat from fanatical Jihadis who were determined to paint the entire world in Islamic colors with the help of violence.

Thus we see that Nehru could go to any extent to appease Muslims.

Nehru should always be remembered as a cowardly leader who surrendered to Muslim fanaticism instead of fighting Muslim fanaticism or perhaps it would be correct to say that Nehru wanted to create an India where Hindus would be treated like animals

Unfortunately, Nehru was successful in his objective to a great extent. As a result, during the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, when lakhs of Hindus were massacred, Hindus once again, like previous massacres in history, accepted it as destiny. This acceptance of Hindus was Nehru’s biggest victory because this acceptance opened the way for GANDHI FAMILY to remain in power for many generations to come.

Author: nitinsingh

Postgraduate in International relations. Experience in writing in various journals, from BBC WORLD NEWS SERVICE to India's one of the oldest hindi daily. I like to write on international relations, religion, religious conflict. Social media has bridged the distance between writing and reading. Now writing is not just the expression of one's own thought, but also knowing the expression of people on various subject.

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