Varanasi, the holiest city of Hindus, is also called the city of temples. There are countless temples in this city. Each temple has its own importance, history, and specialty, it is not possible to give information about all these in a single post, so I have tried to give information about nine important temples.

Note: In this post, for the sake of reading, I’ve just mentioned the main highlights of the top 9 temples and haven’t elaborated much about them, that’s why I ‘ve mentioned the links to my other posts in which I’ve talked about them in detail, so feel free to check them if you need any further info about a particular temple.

The city of Varanasi is the nucleus of Sanatan Dharma. All the sects, branches, sub-branches of Sanatan Dharma are deeply connected with this city. The cults (panth) which were born on the soil of the Indian Subcontinent like ~ HINDUISM, JAINISM, BUDDHISM continue to admire Varanasi as an important religious city for them.

It is quite difficult to tell how many temples existed in Varanasi before the arrival of the Muslim invaders as most of the remains have been erased, but there is no doubt that there still remain the remains of many temples, buried inside the Earth.

Muslim invaders destroyed the temples of Benares but could not erase the love of the Hindus of this holy city.

Presently there are countless number of temples in Varanasi. Some temples are ancient, some are witnesses to historical events, some have great religious significance, some very unique, some very strange. Devotees visit these temples throughout the year. In such a situation, selecting the most major temples is a complicated task, for the simple reason that the importance of these temples changes with a change in the frame of reference and viewing.

I’ve tried to keep all the factors in my mind while listing out the most major temples but still if you think I’ve missed out any one which I should have kept in the list feel free to drop a comment below it’ll be awesome to hear it from you!!!


Main Gate of Markandeya Mahadev Temple

Markandey Temple is located at a distance of about 35 km from the main Varanasi city. This ancient temple is situated in a village called Kaithi near Saidpur on the route from Varanasi to Ghazipur.

Markandeya Tirtha situated at the confluence of Ganga-Gomti

This temple is situated on the confluence of river Ganga and Gomti. Since ancient times, the confluence of rivers has been considered very sacred in Hinduism and many pilgrimage sites are settled at the confluence of rivers.

Markandeya Mahadev Temple is one of the oldest temples of Hindus. The description of this temple is also found in Mahabharata.

मार्कण्डेयस्य राजेन्द्रतीर्थमासाद्य दुर्लभम् ।

गोमतीगङ्गयोश्चैव सङ्गमे लोकविश्रुते॥


According to the Mahabharata, there was a Markandeya shrine at the confluence of the Ganges and the Gomti. Hence the existence of Markandeya Tirth predates the Mahabharata.

Shiva (Mahadev) defends his devotee ~ Markandey from Yama(the god of death), Ravi Varma Press 1910.


When Markandeya Rishi was born, astrologers told his father ~Rishi Mrikand that the child would live only for 14 years. The parents were shocked to hear this.

On the advice of the learned Brahmins, parents of the Markandeya started offering prayers to Shiva on the confluence of the Ganges and the Gomti. As soon as the child Markandeya turned 14, Yamraj came to take his life. (Yama is the Hindu god of death and justice)

At that time the child Markandeya was absorbed in the worship of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva appeared as soon as Yamraj proceeded to take away his life. Lord Shiva ordered Yamraj to return when Markandeya has finished offering prayers.

Since then Markandeya ji and Mahadev ji were worshiped at that place and since then this place became famous as Markandeya Mahadev Temple.

NOTE :- This temple is located at a distance of 35 km from the main Varanasi city, but all the means of reaching the temple are accessible. At present, many air-conditioned buses of city bus service are also easily available on this route.


Ruins of Mulgandha Kuti Vihar

Ruins of Mulgandha Kuti Vihar found at Sarnath excavation in 1905 behind Lion Capital

The ruins of Mulgandha Kuti Vihar were found during the excavation of Sarnath in 1905.
This is the place where Gautam Buddha used to meditate during his stay at Sarnath. Later, Emperor Ashoka built a grand temple here.

Chinese traveler Xuanzang (HIUEN TSANG) came here during his visit to India and according to him Mulgandha Kuti Vihar was a grand temple. The temple was completely destroyed in 1194 by Muslim invaders.Even today, seeing the ruins of this temple, the grandeur of this temple can be easily estimated.

The new Mulgandha Kuti Vihar sarnath

In 1931 the construction of a new Mulgandha Kuti Vihar temple on the lines of the ancient Mulgandha Kuti Vihar temple was completed by theMahabodhi Societyat Sarnath. At present the new Mulgandha Kuti Vihar temple is a major Buddhist temple in Sarnath.

Golden statue of Buddha located in Mulgandha Kuti Vihar

Paintings made on the inner walls of the temple

The golden statue of the Buddha sits inside the temple and the events related to the life of Buddha are depicted through huge paintings on the inner wall of the temple.


Durga kund shri Durga temple

This temple is also one of the oldest temples of Banaras. This temple has also been mentioned inKashikhand. This temple was rebuilt in 1760 by the queen of Nadia of Bengal state. The temple is mainly divided into two parts.
1)Durga Mandir

2)Durga Kund

Painting of Durga Kund temple by George Chinnery (1774-1852)

A huge pond is also a part of the temple, due to which it is known as Durga Kund.(as kund typically means ~a square pond)
The red colour of the temple’s building is its specialty.
It is believed that Mata Durga took rest at this place after fighting and killing Shumbha-Nikumbha. In place of the idol of Mother Durga, her face and feet are worshipped in the temple.



Monkeys were seen in large numbers in and around the temple, due to which this temple got famous by the name of ‘Monkey Temple’ among tourists from western countries. At present, monkeys are seldom in and around the temple, but this temple is still quite famous as ‘The Monkey Temple’ amongst the tourists from western countries.

Read this article written by me for further details:-


Bharat Mata temple Varanasi

The building of this temple was designed by freedom fighter Babu Shiv Prasad Gupta and was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1936.

This temple is one of the unique temples of Varanasi. There is no idol of any deity installed inside this temple. Instead, inside the temple, a huge map of the country of India is made on the floor. This map shows the geographical nature of integrated India. A map of undivided India (Akhand Bharat ) is carved in marble as a votive object.

Bharat Mata temple

The main building is double storied and square in plan. The map comprises 762 square pieces of marble measuring 11″x 11″. The relief map carved on the floor can be seen from the first floor’s circumambulatory passage. It measures 950 m x 920 m at the scale of 1:405500 (1 inch being equal to 6.4 miles.)

I’ve written a complete separate blog post about the Bharat Mata temple which you can read over here if you want :-


Adi Keshav temple

Adi Keshav was the most prominent and revered temple of Varanasi in ancient times. This temple is situated at the confluence of Ganga and Varuna. Historians believe that ancient Kashi was situated over here. The remains of settlements from 2000 BC have been found here in the excavation ofRajghat.

Watercolour painting of temples near Rajghat in Varanasi. From ‘Views by Seeta Ram from Patna to Benares’ . (DATE : 1814). This idealised view shows a group of temples at Rajghat, at the confluence of the river Barna (Varuna) with the Ganges, where principally the Adi Keshava and Sangamesvara temples are located.



This holy temple of Hindus was destroyed in 1194 by Muslim invaders. It was rebuilt in 1807 by Scindia (Sindhia) of Gwalior.

Note: – Presently the newly built Khidkiya Ghat in Varanasi is becoming quite famous among tourists, the distance from Khidkiya Ghat to Adi Keshav temple is about one and a half kilometer. Tourists visiting Khidkia Ghat can easily reach Adi Keshav Temple by foot, boat or vehicle.

Please visit this post of mine for more information regarding Adi Keshav Temple:-



This is presumably the most famous temple of Varanasi. Exact information is not available regarding when this temple first came into existence. This temple is a symbol of the struggle of Hindus against Islamic imperialism.

From the eleventh century to the seventeenth century, the incidents of temple demolition and construction kept happening.

Whenever this holy temple was demolished by Islamic imperialists, Hindus struggled to retrieve the temple and rebuilt it.

Temple Of Vishveshwur (vishwanath temple )Benares by James Prinsep 1834

The temple was rebuilt by Maharani Ahilyabai of Indore in 1777-80.
Later, Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Punjab got gold plated on the top of the temple. Maharani Baijabai of Gwalior built a pavilion and a huge Nandi statue was installed there by the Maharaja of Nepal.

I won’t write any further aboutVishwanath Temple and its history in this blog post as it is already exceeding 2700 words and is more or less a pain to read, so please take a look at this blog post of mine for further information, :-

Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham


Kashi Vishwanath Temple has been expanded under ‘Shri Kashi Vishwanath Dham project’. The project of expansion of the Vishwanath temple by the Government of India was welcomed by all sections.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi told that earlier the area of ​​the temple courtyard was three thousand square feet and now it has been extended to five lakh square feet.

Prime Minister added that this whole new complex of Vishwanath Dham is not just a grand building. This is a symbol of the Sanatan culture of our India. It is a symbol of our spiritual soul. This is a symbol of India’s antiquity, traditions, India’s energy and dynamism. The Prime Minister said “when one comes here, they will see not only faith but will also feel the glory of the past here. How antiquity and novelty come alive together. How the inspirations of the ancient are giving direction to the future, We are witnessing this very vividly in Vishwanath Dham complex “.


A Preacher Expounding The Poorans. In The Temple of Unn Poorna, Benares. Lithograph by James Prinsep (1835). British Library.

This temple was built by Vishnu Pant Gajade.

This temple is located near the Vishwanath temple. The speciality of Maa Annapurna Temple is that here Maa Annapurna is shown in the kitchen. There are many other idols installed in the temple premises. In which Mata Parvati, Mata Kali, Lord Shiva, and other deities are present. Mother Annapurna Devi idol is placed on a silver throne in the temple.

Note: Although this temple remains open throughout the year, the golden statue of Mother Annapurna can be seen on only four days in a year from Dhanteras to Annakoot.

Ancient story related to Annapurna temple construction

It is said that once there was a severe famine on the earth and there was a shortage of food. This caused an outcry on the planet. The people of the earth worshiped Shiva and prayed to him to remove the food crisis. It is believed that after that Mother Parvati reached the earth with Lord Shiva.

Mother Annapurna donating food to Lord Shiva

Mother Parvati took the form of Mother Annapurna and donated food to Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva distributed that food among the people of the earth. And then only the food crisis ended.


Main Gate of Sankat Mochan Temple

This temple is also one of the historical and famous temples of Varanasi. The Sankat Mochan Temple was established by Tulsi Das ji about 400 years ago. Goswami Tulsidas (1511 – 1623) was a great poet of Hindi literature.Ramcharit Manasis considered to be one of his greatest works.
Tulsi Das ji protected the Hindus from the self-loathing of defeat and restored the character of Lord Rama in people’s mind. I’ve elucidated about Tulsidas Ji and his unmatched contribution in protecting the Hindus and their unique culture in this blog post of mine, feel free to check it out for any further info. :-

Ancient story related to Sankat Mochan temple’s construction

According to religious belief, Tulsidas went across the Ganges after taking a bath. There was a dry Babool(acacia) tree there. So, whenever he went to that place, he never forgot to give water to the acacia tree. Slowly the tree started turning green.

One day while pouring water, Tulsidas found a ghost on the tree. He said- “DO YOU WANT TO MEET LORD RAMA ?” Tulsidas asked in surprise-“CAN YOU REUNITE ME WITH RAM?”

The ghost told that to meet Lord Ram, Tulsidas would have to meet Lord Hanuman first. He told him that if he went to the temple of Lord Rama in Karnaghanta he would find a leprosy patient sitting at the last, that patient is none other than Lord Hanuman himself. Hearing this, Tulsidas immediately went to that temple.

As soon as Tulsidas reached the temple and went on to meet the leprosy patient, he left from there. Tulsidas followed him. That leprosy patient went on and on and eventually entered the forest area. At that time this forest area outside the city was known as Anand Kanan Van. Tulsi Das thought that now the forest area has started and he cannot follow the patient any further. So he thought of a solution .

In such a situation, he touched the feet of that person and said “ARE YOU HANUMAN ???”, PLEASE GIVE ME DARSHAN .

After this, Hanuman Ji appeared in front of him in his actual form and on the special request of Tulsi Das, Hanuman Ji turned into a clay idol. A temple was built in the future at the place where Tulsi Das ji installed this clay idol, and that temple is what we now know, as the Sankatmochan temple.


Main gate of Vishwanath temple at B.H.U

A bird’s eye view of the BHU Vishwanath Mandir.

Vishwanath temple of the BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY is a replica of the old Vishwanath temple which was built around 1585 during the reign of Akbar. During Akbar’s reign, Narayan Bhatt rebuilt the Kashi Vishwanath temple around 1585 CE with the help of his minister Raja Todarmal.

This temple was demolished by Aurangzeb in 1669 CE and a mosque was built from the ruins of the temple. This mosque is currently known as Gyanvapi Masjid.

The grand temple built in the B.H.U (BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY) campus is a replica of the temple built by Narayan Bhatt. Hence this temple is known as Naya (New)Vishwanath Mandir’ in Varanasi.

Due to the unimaginable cooperation of the Birla family in the construction of this temple, this temple is also known as Birla Mandir in other places of India.
It took almost 35 years to construct this temple, and it is one of the tallest temples in the country when measured from the top most summit.

Most of the temple is made of marble. The present building of Vishwanath temple is two storied and The idols of other major Hindu deities are also present in the temple.

The temples of Varanasi are not only important from the religious point of view but they are also living witnesses of ancient history. These temples also tell the history of Sanatan Dharma’s struggle against Islamic imperialism. In each and every difficult circumstance that one could possibly imagine, people saved their religion and culture and even today Hindu culture remains in its original form.

Who is Bharat Mata(Mother India)? Is it against Islam to say Vande Mataram?

For what is a nation? What is our mother country? it is not a piece of earth, Nor a figure of speech, nor a fiction of the mind .it is a mighty Shakti, composed of the shaktis of all the millions of units that make up the nation, just as Bhawani Mahisha Mardini sprang into being from the Shakti of all the millions of gods assembled in one mass of force and welded into Unity. Sri Aurobindo

Bharat Mata Ki Jay—Victory to mother India

We do not consider anyone else as mother Mother and motherland are superior even to heaven.”


Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world and also the holiest city of Hindus. It is also called The city of temples. For more information about Varanasi please visit :- Temples have been built here at every stage of India’s history. According to Islamic philosophy in the days of Islamic imperialism, many ancient temples were demolished due to the prohibition of idol worship, but new temples were being built by Hindus as soon as they got the chance, due to this the importance of this city always remained in Hindu culture. Even today there are countless temples here. Many temples are very unique and bizarre – For more information about this Topic please visit :- one such temple is ——

Bharat Mata Temple. (Mother India) In this temple, the country of India is depicted as Bharat Mata.

Bharat Mata Temple in Varanasi is located about a kilometer from Cant- railway station. This temple is near Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth University. The temple has a beautiful campus. The walls of this campus depict major events related to India’s freedom struggle through paintings. The Fine Arts Department of the University is also on this campus, due to which a large number of students can be seen here. Bharat Mata Mandir(Mother India) is a two-story building made of sandstone on the campus. Important Information related to the temple is written on the information plate.

The building was designed by freedom fighter Babu Shiv Prasad Gupta and was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1936.

The central atrium houses a map of undivided India (Akhand Bharat carved in marble as a votive object. The main building is double storied and square in plan. The map comprises 762 square pieces of marble measuring 11″x11″ Bach was built by 30. Sculptors and 25 masons. The relief map sunken in the floor can be seen from the first floor circumambulatory passage. It measures 950 m x 920 m at the scale of 1:405500 (1 inch being equal to 6.4 miles). The temple building is situated at a slight height, for which some stairs have to be climbed.

Complete Vande Mataram National Song (Rashtra-Geet) is written on both sides of the main door. Gayatri Mantra is inscribed on the main entrance of the temple. Swastik, the sacred mark of Hindus, is also built here. Do not pay attention to any Marxist, Propaganda; it is a very ancient Hindu symbol that has been in use for thousands of years. (These signs have also been found in the excavations of Harappa, Mohenjodaro). Some holy Hindu icons made with it can break the heart of any communist, Marxists.


SIX-POINTED STAR(SHATKONA) is two interlocking triangles; the upper stands for Shiva, ’Purusha’(male energy) and fire, the lower for Shakti,’Prakriti’(female power) and water. Their union gives birth to Sanatkumara, whose sacred number is six.


EIGHT POINTED STAR (eight-pointed star is also known as Ashthalakshmi or Star of Lakshmi. (Lakshmi or Laxmi a Hindu Goddess) for more information please visit :-

 What is the historical similarity between these holy and thousands year old Hindu icons and the holy symbols of Jews, The Star of David, Seal of Solomon? It would be better if left to historians.

On entering the main gate, a geographical map of India is made on the floor. This map shows Akhand Bharat (this map precedes the partition of India-Pakistan), for this reason, it is called Bharat Mata Mandir(Mother India). For the children studying in school, away from the world of boring books and school settlements, this was a great place to give them some good and entertaining education.  

Who is Bharat Mata? Why do we say Bharat Mata Ki Jai? Why do we say Bande Mataram? Answers to many such questions and our philosophy of civilization, culture, history, and the geographical journey can be done very easily here.

Mother is very important in Hindu religion, philosophy, due to this reason, nature, sacred rivers; a cow has the status of the mother in India.

Swami Vivekananda, who introduced the whole world through Hinduism, culture, yoga, and meditation, said that _

Her curse is a blessing!

“One who does not worship his mother can never truly rise.”

In India, the mother is the Centre of the family and our highest ideal. To us, she is representative of God, as God himself is the mother of the universe.


Why should the Hindu mother be worshipped? Our philosophers try to find a reason and they come to this definition: We call ourselves the Aryan race. What is the Aryan? He is a man whose birth is through religion .this is a peculiar subject, perhaps in this country; but the idea is that a man must be born through religion, through prayers. If you take up our law books you will find chapters devoted to this—the prenatal influence of a mother on the child.

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The following lecture was delivered at Cambridge, December 17, 1894, and recorded by Miss Frances Willard’s stenographer.

Sita is typical of India— idealized India. The question is not whether she ever lived, whether the story is history or not, we know that the ideal is there.

India did not even have its own independent national flag at the time of British colonialism. Every nation in the world has its own national flag, which symbolizes that country’s independence, sovereignty, integrity, unity. According to Indian civilization and culture, imagining the country as a mother was also compatible with the feelings of the common people of the country.

Bankim Chandra Chatterjee arrived under such circumstances. He had not said anything new – he had interpreted the Gita afresh. Amidst an atmosphere of despair, there was an assurance of victory in the verses of Gita.

Shri Krishna chanted the mantra of Shakti during Kurukshetra, encouraging Arjuna the war-bearer. After a long time, those mantras again filled the youth with hope. In his novel Anand Math, Bankim Chandra wrote the valor of the revolutionaries who challenged the British and made the Indians realize that freedom is their first right, which is the solemn duty of every Indian to achieve.

The novel, based on the revolt of the monks of Bengal against British imperialism, had a song on the worship of the motherland. The title of this song was —- Vande Mataram. Later this title became the epitome of opposition to British imperialism. Its popularity can be understood from the fact that it was accepted for greetings throughout the country.

In protest against Lord Curzon’s partition of Bengal —-

One slogan echoed throughout the country —– Vande Mataram

On seeing any British, children also started announcing Vande Mataram to tease him.

Describing the same incident, famous Bengali writer Vimal Mitra has written that after seeing a British officer who went out on a morning walk, some children started shouting Vande Mataram, upset and annoyed by this incident. British officer said ———-


Mahatma Gandhi himself, a very popular mass leader throughout the country, used Vande Mataram in place of greeting in his correspondence. For many revolutionaries who were hanged, the same sentence was used while hanging —— Vande Mataram. for more information please visit :-

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Sometimes as I reached a gathering, a great role of welcome would greet me: Bharat Mata ki Jay—‘Victory to mother India.’ I would ask them unexpectedly what they meant by that cry, who was this Bharat Mata, Mother India, whose victory they wanted. My question would amuse them and surprise them, and they not knowing exactly what to answer, they would look at each other and at me. I persisted in my questioning. At last, a vigorous Jat wedded to the soil from immemorial generations, would say that it was the dharti, the good earth of India that they meant. What Earth? Their particular village patch, or all the patches in the district or province, or in the whole of India? And so question and answer went on, till they would ask me impatiently to tell them all about it. I would endeavor to do so and explain that India was all this that they had thought, but it was much more, The mountains and the rivers of India, and the forests and the broad fields, which gave us food, were all dear to us, but what counted ultimately were the people of India, people like them and me, who were spread out all over this vast land. Bharat Mata, Mother India was essentially these millions of people, and victory to her meant victory to these people. You are parts of this Bharat Mata, I told them, you are in a manner yourselves Bharat Mata, and as this idea slowly soaked into their brains, their eyes would lit up as if they had made a great discovery.

                                  Jawahar Lal Nehru :- The Discovery of India.  for more information please visit:-

Vande –Mataram and Muslims:– Vande Mataram song was opposed by Muslims because of the worship of Hindu Goddess Durga at someplace in it. Islam believes in monotheism, for this reason, the Muslim spirit is hurt by singing the song Vande Mataram.

A committee was formed keeping in mind the sentiments of the Muslims. Nehru, the chairman of this committee, was appointed and Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad was also placed in this committee. The committee while submitting its report said that at the beginning of the song Vande Mataram there is a praise of Mother India, but later lines mention Hindu Gods and Goddesses. In order to maintain Hindu-Muslim unity and avoid controversy, only the homeland praise section of this song was accepted as a national song. Ravindra Nath Tagore’s “Jan-Man-Gag” was accepted as the national anthem to avoid controversy.


                            What is a nation? The Shakti’s of its millions.

For what is a nation? What is our mother country? it is not a piece of earth, Nor a figure of speech, nor a fiction of the mind .it is a mighty Shakti, composed of the shaktis of all the millions of units that make up the nation, just as Bhawani Mahisha Mardini sprang into being from the Shakti of all the millions of gods assembled in one mass of force and welded into Unity. The Shakti we call India Bhawani Bharti is the living unity of three hundred million, people but she is inactively imprisoned in the magic circle of the tamas the self-indulgent inertia and ignorance of her sons to get rid of tamas we have but to wake the Brahma within. (Sri Aurobindo)

For a subject people, there is no Royal Road to emancipation. They must wade to it through struggle sacrifice slaughter, if necessary. history suggests no short-cut other Nations also were weak disunited and denationalised like ourselves it is the rallying cry of freedom that combined their scattered units drawing them together with a compelling and magical attraction those who would win freedom must first imbue the people with an overpowering conviction that freedom is the one thing needful without a great ideal there can be no great movement small baits of material advantages will not nerve them to High Endeavour and heroine self-sacrifice; it is only the idea of national freedom and national greatness that has that overmastering appeal we must not bend the knee to others but try to be worthy of our past—- here is an ideal which if set forth with conviction and power cannot fail to inspire self-sacrificing action we need faith above all things faith in ourselves faith in the nation faith in India’s destiny.——————-

            Sri Aurobindo- Bande Matram (Vande Mataram) Newspaper April 25th, 1907. Sri Aurobindo (Vande Mataram song was translated into English by you. I have shown here only those lines which have been accepted as a national song.)

I bow to thee, Mother,

richly-watered, richly-fruited,

cool with the winds of the south,

dark with the crops of the harvests,

The Mother!

Her nights rejoicing in the glory of the moonlight,

her lands clothed beautifully with her trees in flowering bloom,

sweet of laughter, sweet of speech,

The Mother, giver of boons, giver of bliss.


The flags were physical evidence of the sudden and dramatic rise in the importance of national identity for Americans. But what does the American flag represent, and what are the cultural values it celebrates? For some, it is McDonald’s, Disney, and baseball. For others, its values are defined by those of the early British settlers who brought their own culture and language. For the African-American community and millions of Hispanic immigrants, it is none of these.

Wal-Mart reportedly sold 116000 flags on September 11 and 250000 the next day. Compared with 6400and 10000on the same days a year earlier.” The demand for flags was ten times what it had been during the gulf war, flag manufacturers went overtime and doubled, tripled, or quintupled production”.

                      SAMUEL P. HUNTINGTON: – WHO ARE WE?

                                 Pakistan Islamic Propaganda and Hindu phobia 

The Hindus consider the land as their mother and god. They consider it very holy. But they shit on it! They will plough it! What kind of absurd belief is this...

The Hindus believe that the partition of the subcontinent has chopped their god into several pieces. Pakistan consists of the hands of their God. Afghanistan consists of the legs of their god. And it is there duty to collect all the chopped parts of their god to give it the old shape. Therefore it is extremely essential to conquer all the country in the subcontinent .that is why they started hatching conspiracies against Pakistan soon after august 1947.they have mastermind Pakistan’s disintegration ……..


Some temples of Hindus have maps of India. One of the temples in Benaras (Varanasi) shows Pakistan as part of India in the map. The Hindus worship this map. Some Hindus sacrifice human beings to please their gods. The Hindus of Madras and Calcutta buy a human being and then slaughter him. They drink his blood and eat his flesh to please their gods. This rite is called Marbati and it is performed twice a year. It has been banned now but it is still widely practised secretly…

Amir Hamza the intellectual head of the Majallah ad-Dawa, Hinduism The Murderer of Humanity. for more information please visit:-

These things cannot be laughed at only. for more information please visit:-

Bloodthirsty people like Hitler, Lenin, Stalin, and Mao killed millions with the help of Propaganda. It cannot be avoided considering it as an internal issue of a failed country Pakistan. Such unrestrained things are part of Islamic Jihad. Such propaganda is bolstered by active Islamic extremists within the country and poor politics of appeasement.

For the past few years, the opposition of Vande Mataram, the opposition of the Indian flag, the country’s Republic Day, the Independence Day, has been opposed on the basis of the notion of Islamic monotheism. India is not an Islamic country, Sharia law cannot be imposed here.

Such pointless things not only insult our revolutionaries, the feelings of countrymen, but also our thousands of years old culture and civilization. The Muslims of the country have to understand clearly that the sentiments of this country cannot be mocked by praising Islam, and not this great country can be shaken by showing fear of Jihad and Gazwa-e Hind.

However, it is definitely that with such antics, people start to look suspiciously towards Islam.

After the Partition of India and Pakistan, the Muslims who did not go to Pakistan and stayed in India undoubtedly accepted mixed culture in place of religious fundamentalism, now they will have to live on it. for more information please visit:-


To Indian Muslims, I want to ask only one question. In the recent all India Muslim conference, why did they not open their mouths on the Kashmir issue? Why did you not condemn the action of Pakistan? These things create doubts in the mind of people. So as a friend of Muslims, I want to say a word and it is the duty of a good friend to speak frankly. It is your duty now to sail in the same boat and sink are swim together. I want to tell you very frankly that you cannot ride on two horses. Select one horse whichever you like best .those who wants to go to Pakistan can go there and live in peace! let us here in peace to work for ourselves……

6 January 1948 SARDAR PATEL