Sunday, May 10, 2009

Heres another good reply to Hindus

As they say, "If you cant beat them then join them".. Hindus are also very active in pointing out the "so called" mistakes..

Here is something I found on the web.. Its supposed to mean that Hinduism and all its forms are wrong.. Its just an example that Allah knows best and we humans are just fools.. For those hindus who deny Islam based on those "So Called" errors, I would like that you deny Hinduis, if you find all these things down here to be true.. Even One of Them.. My challenge..


In Mahabharata, particularly in the Bhagavad Gita, and other Hindu scriptures, we find that Krishna is depicted having only two hands. But, at one place in the Gita, we see a mistake mentioning four hands!

Gita 11:46 “…Appear with that very form with four hands!


Actually, Sanjaya is watching all the happenings including the show of Viswa Roopa that is shown to Arjuna. And, previously, as it is reported in the Maha Bharata, some of the enemies of Arjuna have seen this form before many others. But, strangely enough to read, it is mentioned as :

Gita 11:47 “ Out of grace, O Arjuna, this supreme, radiant, cosmic, infinite, primeval form – which (form) of mine has not been seen before by anyone other than you, has been shown to you by me through the power of my own yoga. ”

“Arjuna, by my favour, you have seen this loftiest form by my yoga revealed! … that none except yourself has ever seen


As we already know, Sanjaya is narrating the whole process to the emperor Dhritarashtra, the father of Arjuna’s enemies. Normally, if ‘A’ is speaking to ‘B’ and A wants to say that B’s brother is coming, he would say, “Mr. B! your brother is coming.” Or, “B! your brother is coming.” But, he would not say, “B’s brother is coming.”

Let us see the same thing in the Gita. It is mentioned in Gita 1:19-20, “the blowing of these different couch shells became uproarious. Vibrating both in the sky and in the earth, it shattered the hearts of the sons of Dhritarashtra… O King, after looking at the sons of Dhritarashtra drawn in military array, Arjuna then spoke to Krishna these words.”

As we all know today that the sun, moon and stars are all inanimate objects and cannot have wife and children like the human beings. But, in the olden days, the Hindu brothers did not know this fact and they used to hold the belief that these are all gods only. Further, they used to believe that they had marital relationship and parental relationship with human beings. Anyway, we are going to see it in detail under the heading, “Hindu Gods”. Here, we are going to have a look at the sample, which proves beyond doubt that even the Bhagavad Gita is not immune from this belief!

It is mentioned in Gita 4:1, “I have given this infinite knowledge to Sun, he taught it to his son Manu (one of the ancestors of the mankind) and he taught it to his son Ikshwaka (one of famous saints)”

It is surprising to see that the Gita attributes sonship of a human to a star that is ‘the sun’.

Some scholars of Hinduism hold that the Gita doesn’t say that Manu was a son of the sun. But, they all admit that the Gita mentions the sun having taught a particular knowledge to Manu. Even this is hard to defend against scientific criticism.



A reminder again! Please double check the verses.. If you find them true.. Then I win..