The Honourable President,
Republic of India,
New Delhi- 110004
“Castes there were in those ancient times too, continuing for thousands of years of our glorious national life. There is nowhere any instance of it having hampered the progress or disrupted the unity of society. It, in fact, served as a great bond of social cohesion.”
— Guruji M. S. Golwalkar, Bunch of Thoughts
Sub: Annihilating caste, annihilation of our Hindutva dream: Appealing for a caste-based Hindu Nation
Respected Ācārya, our Gorakṣaka,
We, the adherents of the Saṅgh Parivār ideology and as the appellants for a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), are proud enough to stand for a homogenized, pasteurized, standardized, essentialist and uncontaminated Hindu raṣṭra of Bhāratvarṣa following our Guruji’s (Sri M.S. Golwalkar) imperative. This is for your kind attention that we have observed that the Upanayana (the holy thread ceremony for the Brahmins) as performed by the Hindus is totally a truncated version and ritualized condensed form of the pure sanatana ritual.
Boys or Brahmins by birth or high caste teens must cross the threshold of rites of passage through the liminal ritual ⤡ of the sacred holy thread ceremony (upanayana, the ceremony is for entering into the brahmacaryāśrama, i.e. the student life). The learning process needs at least 12 years to complete. After finishing this brahmacaryāśrama, they, then enter into the domain of gārhasthāśrama (householder’s life).
However, contemporary Hindu Brahmins (including Hindu Communists! Oxymoron???, cf. a paper on the upanayana: My Open Letter to You on Your ‘Sacred Thread Ceremony VIEW HERE ⤡⤡) perform the whole ritual in a metonymic form by completing the trajectory from the brahmacaryāśrama to the gārhasthāśrama within one or three days. This condensed ritual is the celebration of the Hindu caste system to become a homo hierarchicus⤡ in the formal elaboration of social hierarchy.
After that ceremony, A Brahmin must be taught to think of three types of lady during trisandyāhnika, i.e., thrice daily during ritual practice, at the moment of silently chanting the gāyatrīmantra (a secret psalm in the name of the mother Gāyatrī, which is hailing Savitā, the sun, though masculine gender in Sanskrit, in Bangla this name is exclusively used for females). They must depend on the oceanic supreme power of the saguṇa Brahman (sah, masculine gender), meditated by the female śakti.
So, a Brahmin should continue to live in a mythical, magical world of conjured up ajnana or maya. In this world, objects, events and other persons do not have an existence of their own. They are intimately related to the starved self (tṛṣṇā) and its mysterious moods, a state of being in which the whole world, including other people, is experienced as a part of the self (paramātman or the big I) and within one’s spontaneous control. ⤡
We, as ardent Hindus, are proposing for this type of Vedic tapovana-education system only for the Hindu Brahmins by excluding the western type of degree-based education system. Please, revive our age old catuṣpaṭhi system and ban condensed form of upanayana—it is a great deviation from our sacred scriptures. Following Kautilya’s Arthaśāstra only vidyā (√vid, “to know”) that comprises of anvīkṣiki (system of logic), trayī (knowledge of three Vedas except the Atharva Veda), varttā (Agriculture and Business Management), danḍanīti (disciplinary politics) along with the sixty-four kalās (Greek Ars, English art ) of Vatsyāyana’s Kāmasūtra, including carpentry, painting, beautician’s artwork, medical science, chemistry etc., will be included in the education system. Please consider our proposal for including kalā and vidyā in the New Education Policy, 2020, exclusively for the high-caste Hindu Brahmins.
In this case, we have to follow Bhagavān Śrī Kṛṣṇa’s divine imperative and his creation (Bhagavad Gītā: Chapter 4, Verse 13):
चातुर्वर्ण्यं मया सृष्टं गुणकर्मविभागश: |
तस्य कर्तारमपि मां विद्ध्यकर्तारमव्ययम् ||
“According to the three modes of material nature and the work ascribed to them, the four divisions of human society were created by Me. And, although I am the creator of this system, you should know that I am yet the non-doer, being unchangeable.” ⤡
And also shun off the people with sinful birth, viz., śūdra, vaiśya and women following Bhagavān Śrī Kṛṣṇa’s imperative:
मां हि पार्थ व्यपाश्रित्य येऽपि स्यु: पापयोनय: |
स्त्रियो वैश्यास्तथा शूद्रास्तेऽपि यान्ति परां गतिम् ||
(Bhagavad Gītā: Chapter 9, Verse 32)
Jyotiba Phule, the iconoclast of anti-caste politics, insulted our Hindu Brahmin tradition by criticizing our creator Prajāpati Brahmā and the creation of the caste system as depicted in our venerable Ṛgveda (Manḍala 10, Hymn 90):
“If the four Varṇas were created from the mouth, hands, thighs and feet respectively of Brahma, then these four limbs may be termed as the respective vaginas—Thus Brahma would have to be segregated for sixteen days in a month. Who, then, was looking after the domestic chores in his household? What has Manu to say on this?”
“If we call him [Brahmā] impotent, then how did he seduce his own daughter Saraswatī [or Śatarūpa]? That is why he was known as Brahmā the daughter-seducer (beti-chod, Electra Complex?)! Because of this vile deed he is not worshipped by anyone anywhere.” (“Slavery”⤡)
In this regard, we also condemn anti-Hindu Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s comments on the indispensability of inter-caste marriages to shatter down the caste system from its roots:
“Another plan of action for the abolition of Caste is to begin with inter-caste dinners (as followed by our beloved RSS—authors of this letter) . This also, in my opinion, is an inadequate remedy. There are many castes which allow inter-dining. But it is a common experience that inter-dining has not succeeded in killing the spirit of Caste and the consciousness of Caste. I am convinced that the real remedy is inter-marriage. (…) Among the Hindus, inter-marriage must necessarily be a factor of greater force in social life than it need be in the life of the non-Hindus. (…) The real remedy for breaking Caste is inter-marriage. Nothing else will serve as the solvent of Caste.” (Annihilation of Caste⤡)
How can any conscious Hindu ever uphold inter-caste marriages, since the same would lead to the mixing-up or commingling of varied blood-lines, emergence of hybrid castes (varṇa-śaṅkara), thus de-sanctifying and diluting our pure Hindu, Brahmin, Aryan blood!
The Manusmṛti mentions the reality of Anuloma (hypergamous marriage between a high-caste man and a low-caste woman) and Pratiloma(hypogamous marriage between a low-caste man and a high-caste woman) marriages in the context of the Hindu caste-hierarchy, though the latter form has been bitterly criticized by Manu himself as giving rise to “chanḍālas” or other such lowly creatures, i.e., contaminated untouchables.
Taken as a whole, an upper-caste man MAY surely utilize or make use of a lower-caste girl’s body as an “object of desire” for the purpose of his material pleasure and propagation of race, but the reverse would not be tolerated by us, the Hindutvavādins.
Even so, inter-caste marriages (top-down or otherwise) should be rejected in every form at a time when Hindu Brahmin lives are at stake due to Islamic infiltrators and upward social mobility of the inferior Dalits.
Another role-model of the disdainful anti-caste protagonists, EVR Ramasamy Periyar, once remarked:
“Is not Hinduism responsible for the creation of so many divisions and differences? Is not Hinduism responsible for the creation of so many castes, that too some as high and some as low? The Vedas and Sastras (Hindu Doctrines) prove these. If we are to get rid of castes and un-touchability without converting to other religions (…) What else is needed to prove that Hindu religion should be destroyed? ⤡”
What an extremely deplorable and utterly contemptuous comment regarding our supreme ancient religion! How these people were even allowed to publicly say these things?
After the justified demolition of this anti-casteist and atheist Periyar’s statue, as a backlash, Tamil Brahmins were ruthlessly attacked by the dalits. How do they dare to?
Brahmins attacked in Tamil Nadu as Periyar statue vandalism triggers violence, protests. VIEW HERE ⤡ (As reported on 18th March, 2018 ©Hindustan Times)
Stuck by such audacity on the part of dalits, we must reiterate the Manusmṛti:
यद् राष्ट्रं शूद्रभूयिष्ठं नास्तिकाक्रान्तमद्विजम् ।
विनश्यत्याशु तत् कृत्स्नं दुर्भिक्षव्याधिपीडितम् ॥ २२ ॥
[That kingdom where there is a majority of Śūdras, which is infested with non-believers and destitute of twice-born people, quickly perishes entirely, becoming afflicted by famine and disease.]
For this very reason, we do not want any member from the SC, ST or Other Backward Classes (OBC), like the Modh-Ghanchi-Teli (oil-presser) community or underprivileged Kori caste as our Hindu-rulers.
The present pandemic-affected nation is a result of such śūdrajāgaraṇa as propagated by Swami Vivekananda by eulogizing the leftist, anti-establishment tendencies of the then Western world:
“Yet, a time will come when there will be the rising of the Shudra class, with their Shudra-hood; (…) a time will come when the Shudras of every country, with their inborn Shudra nature and habits — not becoming in essence Vaishya or Kshatriya, but remaining as Shudras — will gain absolute supremacy in every society. The first glow of the dawn of this new power has already begun to break slowly upon the Western world, and the thoughtful are at their wits’ end to reflect upon the final issue of this fresh phenomenon. Socialism, Anarchism, Nihilism, and other like sects are the vanguard of the social revolution that is to follow. As the result of grinding pressure and tyranny, from time out of mind, the Shudras, as a rule, are either meanly senile, licking dog-like the feet of the higher class, or otherwise are as inhuman as brute beasts. Again, at all times their hopes and aspirations are baffled; hence a firmness of purpose and perseverance in action they have none.” ⤡
From the above quote of Swamiji, we condemn the part where he politically justified śūdra uprising. This historical description of Swamiji makes us remember the age-old custom of our Hindu society to treat śūdras as senile dogs or brute beasts. His epistemological thresholds are also clearly visible here.
Set against the above affirmation of Swamiji, Bal Gangadhar Tilak was veritably against empowerment of women, inter-caste marriages, increase in the age of consent, inclusion of farming communities and the underclass in public life. The śūdrajāgaraṇa is also against Veer Savarkar’s theory and praxis. He himself sometimes sought to reform the caste system. On the issue of inter-caste marriages, surprisingly enough, Savarkar encouraged marriages of Mahars with Brahmins and also believed that commingling of blood is inevitable!
“He invited the ire of the Hindu orthodoxy for his caste-related reformist activities. At the same time, however, he arranged the marriages of his own children within his own Chitpawan Brahmin caste. Savarkar did not fully damn caste, as if he did not want to lose the support of the Hindu conservatives. While calling for Hindu unity above the differences of caste, he also declared that the caste system was the bedrock of Hindu nationality, ‘All that the caste system has done is to regulate its noble blood on lines believed […] to contribute most to fertilise and enrich all that was barren and poor, he wrote in his Hindutva: Who is a Hindu?” VIEW HERE⤡ (As reported on 13th October, 2018 ©The Scroll.in). Even he lamented, “We know as a matter of fact that our northwestern and northeastern areas, where the influence of Buddhism had disrupted the caste system, fell an easy prey to the onslaught of Muslims.”
Moreover, Veer Savarkar himself advocated the following tool to effectuate the sanctity of the noble blood-line, establishing the absolute Hindu Brahmin supremacy:
“If in the cattle-herds the number of oxen grows in excess of the cows, the herds do not grow numerically in a rapid number. But on the other hand, the number of animals in the herds, with the excess of cows over the oxen, grows in mathematical progression.” Reading Savarkar: How a Hindutva icon justified the idea of rape as a political tool VIEW HERE ⤡(As reported on May 28, 2016 ©The Scroll)
This enunciation entails that we have to abduct and enjoy any women from any caste or religion, as long as the act enhances or contributes to the propagation our Hindu Aryan race. Savarkar even cited Ravana saying, “What? To abduct and rape the womenfolk of the enemy, do you call it irreligious? It is Parodharmah, the greatest duty!” Such an assertion is also subscribed by this ethical imperative from the Nītiśāstra (1.16):
Even from poison extract nectar,
wash and take back gold if it has fallen in filth,
receive the highest knowledge even from a
low born person;
so also a girl possessing virtuous qualities (strī-ratna).
In fact, we are mirroring our enemies’ strategy itself in the form of counter-revenge against their blameworthy historical atrocities, perpetuated in conjunction with the British Christians and Muslim invaders.
Savarkar described the Brahminical Peshwa rule as one of the most glorious periods in our Hindu history, which came to an abrupt end due to the proselytizing Christian British colonizers. The current west-sponsored Dalit supporters of the outrageous Bhima Koregaon event (1818) ⤡ sing laurels to their political predecessors, those agitating Mahars, for having marked the end to the so-called “unjust” (in their biased, anti-national gaze) Peshwa rule. We entirely denounce them by agreeing with Veer Savarkarji’s postulate that “…we have traced the organic growth and development of our Hindu nation to the fall of the Maratha Empire in 1818. ⤡”
It is our stern belief that the Saffron should overshadow the Blue in every respect. We need Brahminical “Hinduization” (Non-Hindu, anti-national urban naxal Kancha Ilaiah, writer of a blasphemous treatise Why I am not a Hindu  ⤡, coined this term) instead of obnoxious Dalitization. None but born-kṣatriyas, with Brahmin Chanakyas as their diplomatic aid, could justifiably rule the nation following the politico-moral dictates of the glorious Hindu-tradition, and not by the pāpayoni vaiśyas/catur baniyas (referred to as “crony capitalism”⤡ by the westernized, anti-Hindu Marxists). Say NO to terror-funding via Islamic terrorists in nexus with the super-rich vaiśyas (False allegations on the collusion among the BJP, Dawood-Mirchi, and the DHFL VIEW HERE ⤡) and there should be no appeasement policy for the sake of the vote-bank.
Maintaining unalternating division of labour (that filthy Ambedkar once called the caste system as not only a system of division of labour, but also the division of labourers into fixated, ascribed vertical ranks with the Brahminical hegemony or false consciousness of divine predestination) with its patron-client-based yajmāni system entails inalienable job security across all generations of Hindus. Instead śūdras, atiśūdras, dalits etc., should be punished and penalized following the strict imperatives of the Manusmṛti:
उच्छिष्टमन्नं दातव्यं जीर्णानि वसनानि च ।
पुलाकाश्चैव धान्यानां जीर्णाश्चैव परिच्छदाः ॥ १२५ ॥
Remnants of food and worn-out clothes shall be given to him; as also the grain-refuse and old furniture.—(125)
शक्तेनापि हि शूद्रेण न कार्यो धनसञ्चयः ।
शूद्रो हि धनमासाद्य ब्राह्मणानेव बाधते ॥ १२९ ॥
Even though he be able, the Śūdra shall not amass wealth; for having acquired wealth, the Śūdra harasses the Brāhmaṇas.—(129)
शूद्रं तु कारयेद् दास्यं क्रीतमक्रीतमेव वा ।
दास्यायैव हि सृष्टोऽसौ ब्राह्मणस्य स्वयम्भुवा ॥ ४१३ ॥
But a Śūdra, whether bought or unbought, he shall make to do servile work; since it is for doing servile work for the Brāhmaṇa that he has been created by the self-born one.—(413)
न स्वामिना निसृष्टोऽपि शूद्रो दास्याद् विमुच्यते ।
निसर्गजं हि तत् तस्य कस्तस्मात् तदपोहति ॥ ४१४ ॥
Even though set free by the master, the Śūdra is not released from service; since that is innate in him, and who can release him from it?—(414)
एकजातिर्द्विजातींस्तु वाचा दारुणया क्षिपन् ।
जिह्वायाः प्राप्नुयाच्छेदं जघन्यप्रभवो हि सः ॥ २७० ॥
If a once-born person insults a twice-born one with gross abuse, he should suffer the cutting off of his tongue; as he is of low origin.—(270)
नामजातिग्रहं त्वेषामभिद्रोहेण कुर्वतः ।
निक्षेप्योऽयोमयः शङ्कुर्ज्वलन्नास्ये दशाङ्गुलः ॥ २७१ ॥
If he mentions the name and caste of these men with scorn, a burning iron nail ten inches long shall be thrust into his mouth.—(271)
धर्मोपदेशं दर्पेण विप्राणामस्य कुर्वतः ।
तप्तमासेचयेत् तैलं वक्त्रे श्रोत्रे च पार्थिवः ॥ २७२ ॥
If through arrogance, he teaches brāhmaṇas their duty, the king shall pour heated oil into his mouth and ears.—(272)
(Trns. Courtesy: Shri Ganganatha Jha⤡)
We need to assert and unquestionably follow the aforementioned regulations of the Manusmṛti to save our Hindu nation from the face of imminent desolation by the might of the ever-increasing anti-caste, Dalit movements against Brahminical obscurantism, marginalization and social stigmatization. We must keep in mind that If caste dies, the dream of a Hindu nation dies VIEW HERE ⤡ (As reported on 9th April, 2019 ©Forward Press). We would not tolerate the public release of propaganda films like Article 15 (2019)⤡, which breed on leftist, anti-caste ideology, and tarnish the chimerical imago of our Hindu rastra. People like Rohith Vemula and Payal Tadvi are destined to commit suicide—they are burdens to our cherished Āryavarta. If they do not immediately submit to our Hindu majoritarian will, they should be lynched to the ground⤡ ⤡ or mercilessly flogged by our Saṅgh Kāryakartās. We warn these Dalit activists by recalling the gang-rape of anti-national Surekha Bhotmange, an Ambedkarite farmer, in the Khairlanji village in the year 2006⤡ ⤡.
It is high time for us to establish Brahminical Hindu nation-statist (a derivative of the European monocultural imagination) formation by dissolving the uncontradictory contradictions or aporias of our respected forerunners.
Yours most obediently,
Dr. Debaprasad Bandyopadhyay
Mrs. Rupa Bandyopadhyay
Mr. Akhar Bandyopadhyay
1. The Honourable Prime Minister, Government of India
2. The Honourable Minister of Home Affairs, Government of India
3. The Honourable Minister of Law and Justice, The Government of India
4. The Honourable Minister for Road Transport & Highways and the Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, The Government of India
5. The Honourable Chief Minister, Government of Uttar Pradesh
6. Dr. Mohan Bhagwat, Sarsanghchalak, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)
7. The Honourable President, Bharatiya Janata Party