Section IV

This article exposes the insatiable sexual apetite that the Aryan Hindu gods possessed. As shown in the chapter `Women in Hinduism', the Vedas, Ramayana and Gita justify treating women as mere fuel for fire and an object for sexual gratification. As a result, the Ramyana and other `holy' books seem to have verses that pop up conveniently so that the gods can justify perverted secual actions with animals, female relatives, and other men.


Pornography is replete in the Ramayana, especially in the older unedited versions. The oldest Ramayanas are in fact Buddhist versions, and they preserve much of the true character of the vicious Rama and his adulterous wife Sita. Much of this material was later on deleted , so one must go to the older Ramayanas in order to uncover the truth. Thus, Dr. Charles claims that Ramayana contains much pornographic material and cannot be read in public. He gives the following examples:

Rama's description of Sita's beauty is lewdly detailed and full of obscene details (refer to C.R. Srinivasalyengar's translation of Aranya Kandam - chapter 46).

This shows Rama, who considered women as mere sexual objects.

In Kiskind Kandam, the Rama of the religion of Hinduism explains to Lakshmana in graphic details his sexual experience with Sita. According to Ramayana, the Aryans (Brahmins) used to drink liquor (of nine different kinds), eat meat, marry many wives and prostitution was an accepted way of life amongst the priests and gods.

Ramayana also recounts the "story of King Dasharatha who, in order to have a baby son, made a big sacrifice (yagnam) of sheep, cattle, horses, birds and snakes. He then delivered his three wives Kaushaliya, Sumatirai and Kaikeyi to three priests. These holy men, having fully satisfied their carnal desire, returned the ladies to the King. By this means, the King was able to have three sons - Ram, Lakshman and Bharat" (Bala Kandam, Chapter 14. For more details on yagnam, refer to the book "Gnana Surian", published by Kudi Arasu Press).

The handing over of Rama's mother to the three disciples occurred after the Vedic horse sacrifice (ashwamedha), in which Rama's mother copulated with the dead horse in accordance with Vedic Hindu requirements.

The Ramayan tells us much about the unlawful relationship of incest (Please refer to Aranya Kandam, chapter 45, verses 122, 123, 124 & 125). Brahma had intercourse with his own daughter Sarasvat; and even Sita is, in the older Buddhist and more authentic versions of the Ramayana, the sister of Rama.


Lingam and Yoni are the male and female sexual organs respectively. Hindus are allowed to worship anything - including sexual organs. It is not unknown for them to name their children Shiva Lingam (god Shiva's sexual organ) or Rama Lingam (god Rama's sexual organ). (In some places in Karnataka, the gods demand both male and females to pray naked together.)


The Devadasi system was set up, according to a Times of India report (10-1 1 -87) as a result of a conspiracy between the feudal class (pseudo-secular word for `Rajputs') and the priests (pseudo-secular word for `Brahmins'). The latter, with their ideological and religious hold over the peasants and craftsmen, devised a means that gave prostitution their religious sanction. Poor, low-caste girls, initally sold at private auctions, were later dedicated to the temples. They were then initiated into prostitution.


The Bharat Natyam is a dance performance which, because of the Brahmin media, has gained much recognition as a form of art. However, the origin of this dance lies in the Brahmins abducting low-caste women, raping them and forcing them to become prostitutes in order to earn money. As part of the captured womens' training as `Devadasis', they were required to learn the Bharatnatyam. The celebrated Bharat Natya expert, Rukmini Devi, admits in a National Geographic video programme, that the Baratha Natya was really the art of Devadasis (temple prostitutes) to please their audience and admirers. This is the reason why you might have seen various Baratha Natya's postures in Hindu temples. The Bharat Natya helped the poor low-caste women who had been raped and incarcarated by the Brahmins, to attract customers and eke out a living.

Whilst Sudra women were shamefully exposed to the views of the males, the Brahmin females were locked up in a life of seclusion ! That is why Sudra women in Kerala were, down to the 20th century forbidden from wearing bodices or any form of upper body-garment which the Aryan women were forced to wear.


Brahminism has also created Kamasutra -a set of instructions on how to have sexual intercourse. Some of the postures detailed in Kamasutra are so complex that they can only be performed with the help of one or more ASSISTANTS!

The Kamasutra was written in one of the Devadasi temples, those brothels where Sudra women were forced to a life of prostitution by their Brahmin captors. It is in these brothel-temples that Sanskrit, that hybrid mongrel language descended from the Old Indo-Aryan tribal tongues and the Sudric (Dravidian & Kolarian) languages.


UNI. - TIMES OF INDIA - 10th Nov. 1987: confirms that the practice of dedicating young Harijan girls (Mahars, Mangs, Dowris and Chambhar) at childhood to a goddess, and their initiation into prostitution when they attain puberty continues to thrive in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and other parts of South India. This is largely due to social backwardness, poverty and illiteracy, according to a study by two doctors of the India Health Organisation.

The report clearly indicates that the Devadasi system was the result of a conspiracy between the feudal class and the priests (Brahmins), who with their ideological and religious hold over the peasants and craftsmen, devised a practice which acquired religious sanction. They noted in their study on - "Devadasis - the link between religious culture and child prostitution".

The study revealed that girls from poor families were sold after puberty at private auctions to a master who initially paid a sum of money to the families ranging from Rs. 500 to 5000.

The study, made during health camps organised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in the devadasi populated areas, revealed that the dedicated girls formed 15 percent of the total women involved in prostitution in the country, and as much as 70 percent to 80 percent of the prostitutes in the border districts of Karnataka and Maharashtra.


Many of the Yogis of Kashi (Banaras) live naked and beg for their living. They live in dirty, unhygienic conditions, and drug addiction is rife among them. Among the worshippers of such naked godmen, there are a number of high court judges, advocates, engineers, doctors, professors, politicians, cinema actors and actresses.

For more details on these Hindu saints and Yogis, watch the documentary video - "SHOCKING ASIA" - which is available from the following addresses: Atlas International Film GMBH, Munich, W. Germany. Replay Video, London, G. Britain. Distribution First Film Organisation, Hong Kong.


AGENCIES News Agency reports on 23-9-87 that at Kurushetra (India) about 1,000 NAKED Hindu "Sadhus" (saints) plunged themselves into the river during a solar eclipse, claiming this to be a "holy dip". Over one million pilgrims, naked and semi- naked, both male and female, also followed them into the river. The largest of the pools is Brahmasarovar, and is said to accommodate 100,000 bathers at a time. There was still no room for everyone in the water at one time and there was much pushing and shoving. The huge crowds waiting on the banks barely had space to turn around. People crowded the shore waiting for their chance. A Haryana Government spokesman said that they posted 20,000 policemen to avoid misuse of this mixing opportunity for perverted reasons.

In addition to this spectacle, the pilgrims also look directly at the sun with the naked eye. Scientists and doctors strongly advise against this as it is likely to cause blindness.


DPA News (6-1 1 -86) reports that Police have arrested a "miracle man" in the Western India city of Prune for raping a number of women, on the pretext of solving their troubles, by making them sit naked before an idol which was supposed to render "divine advice". He would hold a blank sheet of paper over a fire on which written words would appear. He would then convince the women to have sex with him on the strength of the "miracle". Police discovered that his "divine advance" was nothing but a simple chemical trick by which words written on paper with invisible ink became legible when held over a flame.


According to the Hindu Holy books, god Brahma arranged the marriage of god Shiva to goddess Parvathi. When they went around the fire as per Hindu religious ritual, god Shiva looked at the thighs of goddess Parvathi and ejaculated his semen into the Fire and they became Rishis (priests). According to the Hindu Puranas this "god" can do such an act!


In many Hindu temples there are sculptures depicting men having sex not only with women but also cows. What is the meaning of this?


Dr. Charles claims that the Ramayana is nothing but the culture and way of life of the Aryans (Brahmins) which is still having a great impact on present day India. According to Ramayana, the Aryans (Brahmins) used to drink liquor, used to eat meat, used to have many wives, and prostitution was a way of life to the Rishis (Priests) and even the gods.

The concept of "re-incarnation" or avtar is the bed-rock of the Hindu belief. Rama, Vishu, Hanuman etc ... are all believed to be avtars. But according to Hindu scholar Kshiti Mohan Sen, there is nothing in the Vedas to support this belief! Rather, it is an Aryan / Chinese concept that may have crept into the Hindu thoughts. This shakes the whole foundation of Hinduism!

"Hindus accept many incarnations of god. While some Hindus take the doctrine literally and accept figures like Rama, Krishna, and Buddha as actual incarnation, others prefer to treat it as a useful myth.

The origin of the concept of avatara is obscure. It cannot be found in the Vedas, but it is possible that it came from the Aryan settlers in Iran. The idea of discontinuous incarnations can be found in the Bahram Yasht, which forms part of the Zoroastrian corpus, where incarnations of the deity Verethragna can be seen. According to another theory, the concept originated in central Asia, as the Bahram Yasht shows traces of Chinese influence and mythology. In none of these beliefs, however, does the concept play as important a part as it does in post- Vedic Hindu thought, particularly that of the epics, Ranayana and Mahabharata.


The origin of the holiness of the cow in popular Hinduism is not quite certain. The Aryans loved to eat beef, though they seem to have admired the cow as a very useful animal.