Osho: Ever since I regained consciousness, I have been continuously hearing that
The tradesman is stingy.
Barber is clever.
Brahmin fools everyone in the name of religion.
Yadav’s intelligence is weak.
Rajputs are oppressors.
Dalits are dirty.
Jats and Gujjars are unnecessary fighters.
Marwaris are greedy.
And don’t know how many such untrue things of ultimate knowledge were taught slowly to all Hindus. outcome! inferiority complex!!
Suspicion and hatred towards each other’s caste gradually started clashing with each other and the final result was that the strong, Karmayogi and tolerant Hindu society started to weaken by fighting among themselves. He achieved his goal. You were together for thousands of years. It was difficult to fight with you. Now it’s easy to delete you. You should have asked why the tyrannical Rajputs always shed their blood to protect all castes?
You had to ask that if Brahmins considered Dalits so dirty, then why do everyone worship Valmiki’s Ramayana which was written by a Dalit? Why did mother Sita stay in Maharishi Valmiki’s ashram? You didn’t ask what was the contribution of Marwaris and Baniyas in making you golden birds? All the people who build temples, schools and hospitals are tradesmen who work for public welfare. Those who give employment to all are tradesmen. The highest income tax payers are tradesmen.
Why do you get freedom from the fire given by the hand of the dome which you considered low? If Jats and Gurjars were not hardworking fighters, then who would have produced food grains for you, who would have been recruited in the army? As soon as someone talks bad about any caste, even in a minor way, interrupt him and object.
You are just a Hindu. Hindus are those who have been living in Hindustan. We have never insulted any other religion, then how do you insult your Hindu brothers.
i am brahmin
When I study and teach
i am kshatriya
When I protect my family
i am vaishya
When I manage my household.
i am shudra
When I keep my house clean
All this is within me, I am made by the combination of all these.
Can they be separated from my existence even for a single moment?
Can we separate Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya or Shudra from within a Hindu of any caste?
In fact the truth is that we go on changing between these four varnas from morning to night.
Don’t try to tear me into pieces.
I am proud that I am a Hindu.
(Courtesy of Umar Vaish family’s Facebook wall)