March 7, 2001
There stood tall and majestic soaring statues of Buddha in Bamiyan, surrounded by the TERRIFIED and INSECURE followers of Mohammed on all sides, like the tiny human "ants" surrounding giant sized Gulliver on the island of Liliput.
The still and noble statues stood rooted to the spot, DEFYING bigotry and tyranny, pouring tons of contemptuous scorn on the barbarism of Mohammed's followers who had wiped out the entire peaceful and gentle Buddhist population in Afghanistan centuries before, and wielded the sword as far as Delhi, to murder an unarmed native Holy Prophet, Guru Tegh Bahadur, whose manner of defying death was also a CRUSHING DEFEAT for Mohammed.
The message of Lord Buddha and Guru Tegh Bahadur (also known as "Hindu di Chadur" in Punjab and Kashmir) to mankind, was-
"They can chop off your head but cannot break your spirit."
While the finite earthly bodies perished, the IMMORTAL DIVINE SPIRIT REMAINED IMMORTAL.
The Spirit of the two little sons of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, who defied death in the same heroic manner, now permeates through the heart and mind of every Sikh boy and girl on earth.
Yes, God in Taliban's eyes was stupid or imperfect, who FAILED to send His "perfect" Messenger Mohammed the first time a man was seen walking on the earth.
Had he sent Mohammed down to Earth then, He would have saved all those lives of tens of millions of Buddhists, Hindus, Christians, Jains, Zoroastrians, Pagans, Infidels, and Sikhs from massacres at the hands of Mohammed's followers. They were wiped out after relentless warfare and unceasing onslaughts against them, lasting centuries.
India might also have been spared the BLOOD BATH of her devilish (Mohammedan) ‘separatist’ partition within two years of the end of World War 2.
But the task of the followers of Mohammed has remained undone and unfinished.
There is the defiant ISRAEL refusing to be pushed into the sea. And there are South Kashmir, South Philippines, South Sudan and rest of the world still to be converted in the despicable and degrading manner of Kashmiri, West Punjabi and East Bengali Hindus, or "killed" in the manner of these Buddha statues.
Note the similarities with the BEHEADING of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji in 1675 AD and the crucifixion of Jesus.
The statues stood silently at Bamiyan, defying destruction.
The Divine Guru sat silently in Delhi, defying death.
He marched silently bearing the Cross to his execution in Jerusalem.
(You can surely think for yourself that if with the destruction of these Buddha statues Mohammed suffered a humiliating defeat, then WHO won gloriously!)
Kurukshetra March 7, 2001