Posted by: ramrajya | December 1, 2013

“Great Jolly boy” S.V.Ramani interview in “Raj TV” on 15-2-2011 about Indian culture.

“Great Jolly boy” S.V.Ramani interview in “Raj TV” on 15-2-2011 about Indian culture.

“கிரேட் ஜாலிபாய்” எஸ்.வி.ரமணி “ராஜ் தொலைக்காட்சிக்கு” அளித்த பேட்டி.
http://youtu.be/XuVgTF2IlNw

    “Engal Baratham” editor S.V.Ramani during his interview in “Raj TV” News channel on 15-5-2011 has explained about Indian Culture, and told during the invasion of Afghan emperors, the Hindu Temples in India were ransacked and the God ideals were buried under the steps of Masjids in Delhi.

    The Moghal King Aurangazeb provoked by the Hindus of Banares he destroyed their temple of Vishnu and then razed to the ground a shrine at Matura an on its site built a mosque. He had the idols brought to Agra, where they were buried under the steps of a mosque, so that Muslims might feel they were trampling them under foot. S.V.Ramani asked why in the name of Jihad the Islam people are having so much vengeance on others.

    Ramani told that sages and poets in India have only preached the sense of unity love and moral habits as Indian culture. S.V. Ramani explained India has been a cultural unit on account of all-embracing religions; People of India have developed a peculiar type of culture and civilization, totally from any other type in the world. That civilization is called Indian culture. He also told that parents must cultivate good habits for their children from their young age, so that the western culture will not affect them.

    Jai Hindustan…! Jai Indian Culture…!

    http://youtu.be/XuVgTF2IlNw


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