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Raman Emani
Raman Emani
29 days ago

Sorry to say this but I have lost faith in your channel and print media. You run with both the Wolves and the hares. Of late I find you are getting more and more biased and are running with the ???

prasad ratnakar
prasad ratnakar
29 days ago

Dear shekhar
What's reconciling

Ramnath Kumar
Ramnath Kumar
29 days ago

Canada had truth and reconciliation ministry sort of , that tries to reconcile red Indians and the Brits. In India's case, it the abrupt denial of liberal and some of the Islamist is what infuriates an average Hindu. What majority of Hindus expect is acknowledgement of destruction done and a heart warming apology.

Abhishek Sethi
Abhishek Sethi
29 days ago

What have u studied really? It's an insult to our intelligence to listen to u. Are you saying that the revered Shivaji Raje and The Sikh Rulers and Warrior Guru's were all as bad as aurangzeb n other hateful muslim rulers against whom they were defending the country? U r funny. God.

junk4swapnil
junk4swapnil
29 days ago

Mr Gupta you speak of Auranjeb as if he is your great grand uncle, his feelings were hurt, he felt insecure. He was plain and simple Jihadi. He saw other religions as kafir. He demolished temples to get back at them. Your argument Red fort was looted by Sikhs its apple and orange comparison. They did not demolish mosques because they want to seek revenge. Mughal though some of them were born in India doesn’t mean they were Indian. When rats infest your house and breed they don’t become family members.

Umesh Deshpande
Umesh Deshpande
29 days ago

You are such a bigot shekhar to compare fort with our holy temples. Disgusting

abdvbd
abdvbd
29 days ago

The demolition or destruction of temples had to be for religious reasons. If the destruction was only for economic reasons they would have plundered and carted away with wealth. Instead they destroyed temples and built mosques over it. That indicates in my view it is religious.
Different views are welcome.

Sravan Kumar Nunna
Sravan Kumar Nunna
29 days ago

hello Mr Shekhar. Firstly why are you obsessed about Red FORT ? your title says Mandirs and Mosques?

If you claim yourself to be thorough with facts, try to know about "sthala puranam", "sthala mahathyam" and "Aagama Shastra". Every temple built in Bharat has been very precisely and accurately chosen by the people of the day to tap into a concentration of cosmic energy which happen at specific points on the planet and create a living mechanism which makes it available for the people who visit it for their wellbeing.

There is an elaborate science for this called "Aagama Shastra" which has been practiced for millenia. You can't super simplify it and water it down by calling it just a place of worship. It ofcourse cannot be understood by a quick skimming of text over an evening tea.. but through some sources and guidance you can get atleast an idea that there are profound techniques and methods to do things and it needs its own lens and framework to fathom it.

One has nothing to believe or disbelieve it. It is a procedure, an empirical method of working with cosmic energy and has an engineered result.

So the point is that there is no place for replacement of a temple's location and are considered as the epitome of our civilization and as a divine technology. The reason why every hindu has a strong attachment to it is because of this deep-rooted science and what it means to them.

So when the invaders and barbarians destroyed them, naturally our hearts bleed and we would want each of the temples to be restored at every opportunity that we may see. Whatever said is less in trying to argue this side of the case as to why we should restore them and protect them as live temples and as a part of the great heritage of Bharat.

The other side of the argument is baseless, depthless, pointless and mere political correctness of the corrupted current times. It continues to reward the invader the perpetrator who simply had a barbaric agenda of destroying and build their place of public gathering to do their namaz which is worlds apart from the painstaking procedure of Aagama Shastras.. to the point of which I feel embarrassed mentioning both in the same sentence.

In the true form of islam no mosque and for that matter no place, thing or person can be called as 'holy' and to say so would be a sin as their Allah is the only one/ thing that is holy. So in essence, a mosque doesn't and is not supposed to hold any importance.. they can be demolished and relocated as per convenience.. it is only a place of gathering to read some verses and nothing else.

Now compare what a mosque means to them and what a temple means to us ?

koteswar009
koteswar009
29 days ago

Would this journalist have the guts to say the same if this happened to other religion's holiest sites such as Vatican church, Jerusalem Church, Mecca, Medina, Al Aqsa mosques, Golden temple Amritsar, Bodh Gaya Buddhist temple

koteswar009
koteswar009
29 days ago

In Australia we have National Reconciliation Day, National Sorry Week and before every event the first speaker pays respects to the Indigenous people of past, present and future saying the local tribe names. It means the white oppressors in the past did horrors on the Indigenous people and destroyed their culture forcefully converting them to their way of life and massacred them. Now the white majority feels sorry I saw this first hand in museum in Hobart. However, in India the invaders are glorified and the majority Indigenous people were oppressed but there is no Reconciliation for them till now. History has been whitewashed in the guise of communal harmony and prevent hatred towards the oppressors. However in Germany all school kids are taught and taken to Jewish camps where Nazis did horrors. Yes, the German kids are taught horrors of what their ancestors did same in Australia now. But in UK or US the schools are not what the whites did to Indigenous people in world. When it comes to Palestine the world supports them against the Israelis who came from elsewhere and settled but in India the invaders are worshipped, revered and people are expected to forget the horrors they did onto local Indigenous people and culture and their most revered places of worship since thousands of years. People like Shashi Tharoor wants UK to say sorry for imperialism in India and Modi for one Godhra but not anyone else, even the Godhra train that instigated the riots? Ofcourse sorry is minimum courtesy one must say but even that is lacking nowadays.

Why not say a spade is a spade as a true researcher without bias. Let people decide by themselves rather than being influenced by others.

Raj Shekhar
Raj Shekhar
29 days ago

SG is you are doing this without putting proper study. You first study Quoran n Hadis then make any programme which involves Muslims.

Doing anything according to constitution n democracy is not possible for muslims as most of the things are quite contrary prescribed in Quoran and in this way only it is being put to practice by most Muslims since 632.

XYZ
XYZ
29 days ago

Another verbose by Muslim apologist, pseudosecular person Sekhar Gupta.

Asr Kaul
Asr Kaul
29 days ago

there was plenty of time given for that… but the islamists did not heed. They in fact misunderstood our civility as our weakness. There are over 2000 thousand temples which were destroyed by Mughals or islamic invaders before them… 10 of those more important to Hindus. We asked for just 3 and these shameless creatures could not even give those back. They will give big lectures on Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb BS but will never concede wrongs of the past. In fact they eulogize tyrants like Aurangzeb, Ghazni, Ghouri etc. Now, we have to take everything back! nothing less will do.

NARA NAT
NARA NAT
29 days ago

IF AT ALL HISTORY NEEDS TO BE CORRECTED, WE NEED TO SEND THE PROGENY OF CASTE MONGERS TO CONCENTRATION CAMPS FOR THE SINS THEIR FOREFATHERS DID ON NATIVE HINDUS.

Raj Raj
Raj Raj
29 days ago

Check PTR views on fuel price cuts.. how he rips apart Union Govt dual standards..

Republic TV and Arnab does not have balls to interview PTR, the FM of TN.. Do u have it Mr Gupta..

Sridhar Jorapur
Sridhar Jorapur
29 days ago

@Shekhar Gupta the Idea of Truth and Reconciliation is as fascinating as a peaceful, prosperous and happy Akhand Bharat.
These issues grab headlines only because of lack of employment in the Hindi Heartland.
People will forget God Religion with Development and Prosperity.

utkarsh shukla
utkarsh shukla
29 days ago

If someone takes gupta ji's home by force.. then Gupta ji should be shown this video… Truth and reconciliation… And he must not go to court and fight for justice.. 😂😂

R
R
29 days ago

Why is that everytime only the Hindu's have to believe in the truth and reconcile to their fate acompli? And that this virtue of Hindus " Live and let Live" be taken as their weakness. And the Muslims take this weakness of Hindu's for granted and do more attrocities on the Hindu's… It's time Hindu's stopped adopting a reconciliatory stance everytime and be aggressive to reclaim what is rightfully theirs which was looted from them by the Muslim dacoits and their descendants….

Bharathi Venkitaraman
Bharathi Venkitaraman
29 days ago

Very one sided and disrespectful of Hindu sentiments..but what else did I expect from the print??

Krishna Mahesh
Krishna Mahesh
29 days ago

Where were Shekar Gupta's "just leave historical statues and buildings alone" argument when the issue was Confederate Generals in the US Civil War? Would Mr. Gupta be happy with a Nazi flag flying over Israel? Any "monument" built by Aurganazeb was built on razed and desecrated temples as an icon of Islamic subjugation and humiliation of Hindus. If Israel will allow Neo Nazis to run a concentration camp with a Nazi flag, if our Indian Progressives will openly encourage the use of Minstrel singers and Black face in the US, then we can discuss Hindus just ignoring Aurngazeb's standing monument of Islamic Intolerance
The places of Worship Act is a red herring- it's not a constitutional issue. It's merely a law. A new law will superseded it.

Pseudo Prophet
Pseudo Prophet
29 days ago

Basic structure of the constitution is an arbitrary rubbish SC made up, it doesn't exist, it's not mentioned anywhere in the constitution, and even if it did how can something made in 1991 be part of the basic structure of something that was made in 1950?. 🤔💩🙄

Pseudo Prophet
Pseudo Prophet
29 days ago

What rubbish is this, Nadir Shah destroyed Red Fort because it was a freaking Fort, are you now gonna pretend that you don't know what a Fort is?
Is there no difference between a Fort( millitary headquarter) and a temple ( religious place) for a fake secular? 🙄💩💩

chandrika bai
chandrika bai
29 days ago

There is no meaning in such discussion. It is hightime to stop these claims. 🙏🙏🙏🙏

Mvs Sarma
Mvs Sarma
29 days ago

Dies siva need all tgese tgings, lol

Mvs Sarma
Mvs Sarma
29 days ago

What ever it be, taking revenge on rulers mistakes , if they are, after thousand odd ears is rather non digestible.

Todays populations sufferings and the rulers mistakes will they be dealt with after 1750 years?

Nikhil Pandita
Nikhil Pandita
29 days ago

First time i fully endorse your views

Niranjan Ganjawala
Niranjan Ganjawala
29 days ago

Places of Worship Act: https://legislative.gov.in/sites/default/files/A1991-42.pdf

(2) It extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir

WAAAAH, so basically muslims in kashmir got a free hand after removing hindus from kashmir in 1991 to destroy temples as well.

Vijay Kumar
Vijay Kumar
29 days ago

It's a typical of human nature to re-write the history and ignore the future. Let's see if building more temples and other worship places will solve the climate, energy, food crisis. Help stop pandemic and wars. Cheers!

Pulkit Tiwari
Pulkit Tiwari
29 days ago

A well toned article as always. Thanks Shekhar & team. A proud member of the channel that is spreading rationality in a polarized world.

Looking to understand if we can collaborate on some projects together.

Best regards,
Pulkit
Marketing Head
Amazon India Books

birdsofkerala-in
birdsofkerala-in
29 days ago

Mentioning something about devotpaatana-nayaka will make this episode bit more colorful…

Chintamani Ranade
Chintamani Ranade
29 days ago

The arguments of SG not acceptable. Can't compare Temple and fort. Indians wants their pride back. Audit of all mosque before 1947 must be done.

satya
satya
29 days ago

3:40 i don’t understand how the mughals are indian. “fully indian shahjahan” …..
born in india – does it make for indianness?
“born to rajput mother” – did anyone ask these women how or why it happened? did these women have a choice? or compelled by circumstances?

MANDAR PUNALEKAR
MANDAR PUNALEKAR
29 days ago

I guess Sir you are trying to give hope. The fact is the seed pf hatred that was sown in 1992 has now turned into a big poisonous tree. The middle and higher middle class hindu minds are in no mood of reconciliation and no one asks the poor. India is already on a path of a religious democracy where Muslims and other minorities will be pushed sideways. I will not be surprised if before 2024 elections Modi government brings an amendment to Religious Places Act of 1992. India is turning into Germany of 1930s right before our eyes.

Lalit Rasam
Lalit Rasam
29 days ago

Stop normalisation of horrors of Muslim conquest. You cant invades someone house then force him to accept your version of history. Those destruction of temples were deliberate attempts to destroy india's history and we have every right to claim it back. Muslims should be aahamed of doing these.Think if someone had did this to you by capturing and destroying kaaba

Satish
Satish
29 days ago

Has anyone explored disappearance of boddha and jain monuments, which were dominant religions for at least 500 years before Hinduism ?

Vishal Goyal
Vishal Goyal
29 days ago

Bharat shall learn from Israel about how to keep Holocaust alive in the sych.
Israel do not let the world forgot it. Israel's every effort is to make world feel shame on the incident.

Contrary is our so called liberal and secular intellectuals. They do just opposite – Denial of "The kashmir files".
Despite the greater atrocities were commited by peace loving community on the name of religion compared to what Jews suffered just a tiny speck of the combined crime on hindus.

Karthik Gowda
Karthik Gowda
29 days ago

Hindus in name only should not talk for Hindus. Let's be very clear about this. Enough of pontification. If you can't empathize, you shd be out of the discussion table. Matter does not concern you.

Manas Patnaik
Manas Patnaik
29 days ago

I don't accept this idea of reconciliation now atleast after hearing from the most Muslims that the temples never existed. It just cannot be from one side.

Vishal Goyal
Vishal Goyal
29 days ago

Why Idgah case is accepted by Mathura Judge? He said that PoWA 1991 does not apply on it?

SG sir, are you saying that judge is not competant enough?

kathy miller
kathy miller
29 days ago

"Reconciliation" – the word sounds very nice. But I wish Mr.. Gupta would detail its structure and modalities in the current context.

Vishal Goyal
Vishal Goyal
29 days ago

(1) Modi using Red Fort – Imagine what the so called liberals/secular would do if not used? He keep uttering SSSVSV, still been portrayed right-winger.

(2) Why to carry the symbols of destructions by the invaders (Mughals included due to their lineage despite later generation were born in India).

(2)(a) How long our liberal intellectuals portray these destructions as non-religious? This is height of ignorance about the peace loving religion (flat earth theorists).

(3) No, I do not accept this that peace loving community is angry and afraid. They need to intorspect on the unthinkable atrocitis commited by their forfathers. Then the natural feeling would be of shameful.

(3)(a) A constructive action would be quick reconciliation by negating the wrong deeds of their forefathers. Plain and simple.

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