Thursday, June 19, 2008


ek lakh sut sawa lakh nati;

ravan ke ghar na diya na baati.

(He had one lakh sons and one and a quarter lakh grand sons; and in the house of Ravan there is no diya, no baati; will that time come for this traitor with bastard progeny!)

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On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 12:22 PM, Bharat Gajjar wrote:

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From: Birendra Verma
Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2008 11:38 AM
Subject: [Shakti-L: 2617] Re: HINDU MARRIAGE ACT BREAKING homes- SC

For Hindus the greatest disaster that could befall them was Jawahar Lal Nehru. He hated Hindus and wanted to destroy Hindu culture. All the five Education Ministers appointed by him were Muslims. He could never bear the sight of his Hindu Ministers or even the Hindu President. When Rajendra Prasad died he did not even attend the last rites. He demolished Hindu law by bringing in a series of Acts replacing tradition Hindu law of inheritance and marriage etc.- Mitakshara and Dayabhaga. But purposely refrained from touching Muslim law. Unfortunately for Hindus Nehru lived as Prime Minister for eighteen years too long to complete the task of deculturising India and destroying Hinduism. He also acted against Indian nation by gifting Kashmir to Muslims and by allowing China to seize a large area of our territory, by describing the North Eastern region as useless piece of land where nothing grows. He purposely refrained from making Hindi the official language of the entire country. Today the nation is badly divided on the basis of language, regions and castes, thanks to Nehru's conspiracy. If there had been no Patel, Hyderabad would have gone to Pakistan. He was the greatest traitor India has sired.
BK Verma

HINDU Marriage Act breaking homes: SC

Tuesday, June 17, 2008 (New Delhi)
The Supreme Court has voiced serious concerns about the Hindu Marriage Act.

''The act has broken more homes than uniting,'' it said adding that even at the time of marriages divorce petitions are being filed.

It further added that this was having a disastrous effect on children of families with broken homes.

The Hindu Marriage Act, which came into effect in 1955, had undergone several amendments till 2003 and one of its provisions includes divorce - a concept the court said has evolved from the English law.