Written by London Swaminathan


Date: 29 September 2017


Time uploaded in London- 15-56



Post No. 4256


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Rig Vedic society was well advanced and highly civilized. They were an economic super power in the ancient world. Every prize is given only in big decimal numbers such as 10,000 or 100,000 and  gold is freely distributed as dakshina (fees for the priests). Half baked, white skinned “scholars” and their Marxist sycophants described the Rig Vedic Hindus as nomads, pastoral, silly, ridiculous, childish, gibberish, obscure etc. But the biggest wonder is there were 179 different jobs they were doing. One of them is Nakshatra Darshak (Star gazer= astronomer); Jyotish is different. It dealt with auspicious time and the 27+1 stars. India was the oldest civilization to teach jyotisha (astrology) as part of Veda Patasala syllabus. The Vedic youths must study six more subjects such as grammar, linguistics, astrology along with the Vedas. These 179 jobs are in Yajur Veda. White skinned scholars never give the list of 179 professions such as doctors engineers in the Vedic society but they always add one line “victim of Purushameda Yajna’ when such words occur. What is it?


Purushameda Yajna was sacrificing human beings and they should throw 179 different people into fire. The foreign scholars were very happy to read such passages in the Satapata Brahmana (of Yajur veda) Even Arya Samajists disowned the Brahmana literature saying that they were not part of the Vedas. They did it because of the bad atmosphere created by the Christian preachers.

The Brahmana literature was a huge mass with full of mysteries. The language is a secret language. Neither Tamil, Greek nor Latin had any literature. If anyone reads it, it wouldn’t make any sense. But the subjects it covers is very vast from astronomy to Zoology. At first the foreigners wrote Hinduism won’t survive even for 100 years with such materials. But those foreigners never said what professions existed at the Vedic period. If they give the full list everybody would know that they were highly civilized. Hindus describe even God as doctor and his advice as medicine ( In Rudram of Yajur Veda).


The fact of the matter is that nobody has any proof for Purushameda Yajna (Human Sacrifice). The only anecdote is Sunashepa Anecdote. The brief account is as follows:-


It is from the Aitareya Brahmana: King Harischandra of the race of Ikshwaku, being childless, made a vow that if he obtained a son he would sacrifice him to Varuna. A son was born who was named Rohita, but his father postponed, under various pretexts, the fulfilment of his vow (sacrificing children is in every religious book all around globe; thousands of mysterious children’s graves are in Bahrain; read my article about Mysteries of Bahrain).


When he was ready to perform the sacrifice, Rohita refused to be the victim and he ran into the forest. He lived there for six years. He then met a poor Brahmin Rishi Ajigerta, who had three sons. He gave his second son Sunashepa (meaning Dog’s tail)  for an exchange of 100 cows. Sunashsepa was tied to a pole. Viswamitra was passing that way and found Sunashepa and released him. He thought it was barbaric to sacrifice a human being. Ramayana and Mahabharata gave different versions where Viswamitra’s two divine mantras released Sunashepa. He was adopted as a son by Viswamitra and changed his name as Devavarta.

A series of seven hymns in the Rig Veda is attributed to Sunashepa.


This clearly shows that there was no such human sacrifice nor any custom before Harischandra, one of the long list of kings. Vedic literature was very huge and most of them came before Greeks started writing.


Foreigners thought they could use it against Hinduism; but they couldn’t because there was no sacrifice even in this episode.


But on the contrary Hindus, particularly Brahmins, used it in a positive way. This is the longest and most interesting story in Aitareya Brahmana. The mere telling of the story saves one from sin.


“If a sinful king has the story of Sunashepa told him, not the slightest trace of sin and its consequences will remain in him. He must therefore give a 1000 cows to the teller of this story and a 100 to him who makes the responses required; and to each of them the gold embroidered carpet on which he was sitting; to the priest, besides a silver decked carriage drawn by mules. Those who wish for children should also have this story told them; then they certainly will be blessed with children”.


Foreign “scholars” looked like idiots when this is known to the world. Golden carpet! Silver decked chariot! to the priests for telling a story!! How wealthy they must be! Before the Sumerians did the Tulabharam (weight equal to one’s body weight) of gold was given by the Hindus! Tamil King Cheran Senguttuvan gave 55 kilos of gold to a Brahmin just for advising him to do Vedic yajnas and stop killing people in the wars! It happened 2000 years ago in Tamil Nadu.


Now you can laugh very loudly when you read some silly things about Vedic Hindus written by Marxist idiots and white skinned fools.