"इतिहास - दृष्टि बदल चुकी है...इसलिए इतिहास भी बदल रहा है...दृश्य बदल रहे हैं ....स्वागत कीजिए ...जो नहीं दिख रहा था...वो दिखने लगा है...भारी उथल - पुथल है...मानों इतिहास में भूकंप आ गया हो...धूल के आवरण हट रहे हैं...स्वर्णिम इतिहास सामने आ रहा है...इतिहास की दबी - कुचली जनता अपना स्वर्णिम इतिहास पाकर गौरवान्वित है। इतिहास के इस नए नज़रिए को बधाई!" - डॉ राजेंद्र प्रसाद सिंह

24 August 2010

Bhagat Maha Sabha Meets at Pathankot

Pathankot, August 22
A meeting was held by Bhagat Maha Sabha under the leadership of district co-ordinator G.L. Bhagat.
The Chief guest of meeting was National President of Bhagat Maha Sabha Prof. Raj Kumar Bhagat and Tara Chand was guest of honour. The co-ordinators of different Bhagat Maha Sabha units of Tehsil Pathankot has participated the meeting.
In this meeting the working of Sabha was inspected and the policies for new years was discussed. Speaking on the occasion Prof. Bhagat said that Sabha had also constituted women cell and to promote it the presidents will be appointed soon who will constitute the women committees in their own area as per the directions of higher authority of Sabha.
He also praised the work done by Asha Bhagat, G.L. Bhagat, Pawan Bhagat, Varinder Bhagat, Vishav Bhagat and Ratan Bhagat.
On this occasion Karm Chand, Sansar Chand, Lal Chand, Des Raj, Ratan Chand, Vijay, Ami Chand, Ramesh Bhagat, Satpal, Jagdish, Shashi, Omprakash and Tara Chand were present.

19 August 2010

Christianity, Buddhism and Islam

In India Buddhism, Christianity and Islam are a hated lot. Lot of research has been done in the recent past and there are definite clues to the problem. Buddhism was made a target by the then ‘enveloped mind' for Buddhism's opinion regarding the prevailing system. After Buddha, there came another great incarnation of compassion. He silently studied Buddhism in India. Jesus Christ lived in India. Here are  links pointing to the fact. 1 Jesus Lived in India  2 Jesus Lived in India  
Buddhism did a lot over few centuries but same ‘enveloped minds’ and inhuman faces surfaced again. Buddhism was uprooted from India. Buddhism spread to other countries of the world. Many Buddhists including Meghvanshis fled from India and settled in other countries. Jesus Christ through his preaching successfully transformed the society he belonged to. Buddhism failed in India, but Christianity was a success story.
Prophet Mohammad, then observed principles of Christianity and used them for transformation of his own people. It was again a success story. The basic instruments were compassion and freedom from ‘enveloped mind’. It is obvious from holy Quran.
Christianity and Buddhism trust each other. There is a vast area where Christianity and Islam meet whole heartedly.
Can they have mutual trust on the land of India and work together for the less fortunate people in favor of whom they had come into existence.
Buddhism has returned to India in various forms via various routes and all of its forms are hated in India by Brahmins. Can this stop somewhere? Can the religion of Humanity prevail? Will any of the learned courts in the world ever address Religion of Humanity as ‘Religion’? We wait.

10 August 2010

The Epic of Meghvansh-1

The Epic of Meghvansh is being written
In the present times Meghvanshis and non-meghvanshis have started doing research work on various smaller groups of Meghvansh. I have known a few. Dr. Dhian Singh Bhagat from Jalandhar has completed his doctorate on Kabirpanthis of Punjab (now it can be seen at this link - http://meghkabir.blogspot.com/). Mr. Mohan Devraj Thontya from Karachi has submitted his thesis on Meghwars. Mr. Navi Achariya is doing research and seems interested in some particular gotras and Megh Bhagats and visits MEGHnet regularly. Thanks to all of them and good wishes for their career. Dr. Dhian Singh’s thesis is in Hindi and requires to be retyped in Unicode before it can be published on net. An article of Mr. Mohan Thontya has been published on the website of Maheshwari Meghwars and his full thesis is expected soon which will be in English. In addition to this research work, recently I have seen a book named ‘Meghvansh: Ek Singhavlokan’ written by Mr.R.P. Singh, an IPS officer from Rajasthan cadre. I am getting some parts of it typed in Unicode Hindi fonts and soon you will see it on MEGHnet. There is yet another book ‘Meghvansh:Itihas Aur Sanskriti’ being printed by Samyak Prakashan, New Delhi. They are reputed publishers of Buddhist literature. It is learnt that the book will be in the market by January 2011. For the time being, however, I can offer you reading of Mr. Mohan Thontya’s article on this link.  ORIGINS OF MEGHWAR AND MEGH RIKH