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Concert I Love India Samedi 13 Juin à 20h

Les beaux sont là!! Dans nos yeux, dans nos coeurs et nous viendrions vous inviter à prolonger ces moments de bonheur et de chaleur
le samedi 13 juin pour un nouveau concert sous le thème de Ratha Yatra.
Nous introduirons ce grand festival indien qui aura lieu le 05 Juillet....

Venez nous voir à 20h au Studio Anjaliom : 144 Bd de la Villette Métro Jaures / entrée 5 euros et vous laissez bercer par le son du mridanga et les mélodies de l'harmonium!!



En espérant vous voir très bientôt,

L’équipe I Love India.

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Do you want the terrorist attacks to continue?????????????

The coming elections to Parliament are the most crucial for the country and for Hindus. It is DO-OR-DIE election for Hindus. Think very, very, very carefully before you cast your vote. Ponder over the issues and the risks. If you make a wrong choice you, your children, grand-children and all the future generations will be doomed forever. If you vote for anti-Hindu, pseudo-secular parties, you can be assured that there will be no Hinduism left for the next election. Before you make a decision as to which party to vote for answer these questions:
  1. Do you want the terrorist attacks to continue, with the government taking no action to appease the Minorities?
  2. Do you want to live always in fear of life and security?
  3. Do you want that terrorists sentenced to death by the highest court of India not hanged just to appease the minorities?
  4. Do you want terrorists to be released by the Government for electoral gains?
  5. Do you want Hindu Swamijis, Sanyasins and other Holy Persons to be branded as Hindu Terrorists and subject to utmost cruelty and harassment, just for heinous political gains?
  6. Do you want reservations in education and jobs for Muslims and Christians on the basis of religion?
  7. Do you want India to be converted into a Christian country as the Pope has ordained? (More than 5,000 foreign Christian Missionaries are working round the clock to convert India to Christianity. Billions of dollars of foreign money is pouring in. Conversion is the gravest danger that India is facing. Yet, no political party, except BJP, is talking about Conversions. )
  8. Do you agree that Hindus are so imbecile and impotent that a few foreigners with the collusion of some ‘Secularists’ can convert the oldest religion and culture?
  9. Do you want a Government of the Christians, by the Christians, and for the Christians?
  10. Do you want all the important government positions to be filled by Christians?
  11. Do you want Hindus to be totally marginalized in government posts? (In 2004 when the
  12. UPA govt. was formed the President, Prime Minister, UPA chairperson were non-Hindus. Pseudo-secularists and pseudo-intellectual s hailed it as a triumph of ‘Secularism”. But, it is an ultimate humiliation for Hindus. Can it happen in any Western democracy? Hindus have to ponder over it.)
  13. Do you want Christian symbols to be printed on currency notes and coins?
  14. Do your want Churches built in the Assembly premises of ‘Secular’ India?
  15. Do you want your children and grandchildren converted to Christianity by fraud, deceit and bribing?
  16. Do you want your daughters to commit suicide when they are forced to convert to Christianity by the Vice Chancellor and other officials of the University? (Mrs. Veena Noble Das, V.C. of Padmavati Mahila University in Tirupathi forced the students to convert and some girls committed suicide.)
  17. Do you want all the Hindu temples destroyed by the state governments through Endowment Act?
  18. Do you want your contributions to Hindu Temples spent on Haj for Muslims and for building Churches?
  19. Do you want HinduTemple lands grabbed by politicians and Churches built on those lands?
  20. Do you want Lord Venkateswara be confined to only TWO HILLS (if Congress comes to power again, they will reissue the G.O. to that effect)
  21. Do you want Churches built all over the Tirumala Hills?
  22. Do you want all the Maths and Ashrams taken over by the Government?
  23. Do you want a situation in which you will be ashamed or afraid to call yourself a Hindu?
  24. Do you accept the humiliation meted out to His Holiness Sri Sankaracharya of Kanchi?
  25. Do you want that all iconic symbols of Hinduism such as Ram Sethu, Amarnath etc. be destroyed?
  26. Do you want famous temples like Chidambaram to be destroyed by anti-Hindu governments?
  27. Do you want Hindu Gods like Lord Krishna depicted in Government text books as thief and womanizer?
  28. Do you want the Government of India to submit an affidavit in Supreme Court to declare that Lord Rama is a myth and Ramayana is just a story? Can the Government dare declare that Jesus is a myth?
  29. Do you want great patriots like Bhagat Singh and Veer Savarkar described as “terrorists”? (Bhagat Singh was described as terrorist in UPSC examination)
  30. Do you accept “Secular” government honoring painter M.F.Hussain who depicts Hindu Goddesses and Bharat Mata in nude and obscene poses?
  31. Do you want India to be fragmented again on the basis of religion?
  32. Do you accept banning of symbols like tilak on forehead for Hindu soldiers and no such restrictions for Muslim and Christian soldiers?
  33. Do you want the division of Indian army on the basis of religion?
  34. Do you want the creation of a new Muslim regiment of Indian army ?
  35. Do you approve special budgets and special funding for Muslims?
  36. Do you agree with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s statement that Muslims have the first claim over India’s resources?
  37. Do you want to live like a Third-class citizen in ‘Secular India’?
If the answer to any of the above questions is YES, then you can vote for Congress and other ‘Secular’ Parties.  If your answer is NO and if you want to protect your Religion and Culture then vote for BJP.
The ONLY Party that does not intend to harm Hindus and Hinduism.
The survival of your civilization is in your hands!
 PS: If you want to save our beloved Hinduism, if you feel you are a True Hindu and wanted to do something for our religion (Karma Yoga), then forward this to everyone you know, friends/relatives/ neighbors/ colleagues. If you don’t want to expose your identity on this campaign then create a dummy mail id and pass it.
The views expressed here are from friends and well wishers of BJP, not those of any party members or leaders.
Thanks & Regards,

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Six reasons why Congress will lose Election 2009

Many things about Indian democracy are not as complicated as they seem. For all the maddening diversities of our country -- regional, social, economic and political -- there is something which can be called the "collective mind of the nation", at work in any Lok Sabha election.

For example, there is a simple rule that governs whether an incumbent government wins or loses its bid for a renewed mandate. If the people are happy with its performance, it wins. If they are not, it loses -- except when there is no other viable alternative. Apply this test to the Congress party's bid to win a second term, and you will see that it does not have the ghost of a chance to return to power.

The five-year performance of the United Progressive Alliance government has been so poor that it can hardly enthuse the "collective mind" of the Indian people to want to see it in the saddle a second time. Moreover, there is a viable alternative before the electorate in the form of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance.

Here are six reasons the Congress will taste defeat in Elections 2009. The next part of this article will present the reasons that make the BJP-led NDA most likely to win the people's mandate.

1: Betrayal of the aam aadmi: The Congress party sought votes in 2004 in the name of the aam aadmi. Five years later, it has proved itself to be a party that brought pain to the aam aadmi and further prosperity to the khaas aadmi. The government is projecting near-zero inflation rate as a big achievement, but the common man knows that the prices of essential commodities, especially food items, have hardly come down from the record levels they reached during the UPA years.

The rich-poor divide got wider in the past five years, prompting Bimal Jalan, the former RBI governor, to lament last year that the wealth of 20 richest Indians was greater than the combined assets of 30 crore poorest Indians. Last month, a study by the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, revealed that the number of people living below poverty line increased by 5.5 crore or an alarming 20 per cent between 2004-05 and 2008-09.  To think that the poor would disregard this reality and vote for the Congress is to think that the poor have no intelligence.

2: Concern over economic security: Widespread unemployment and under-employment has always been a harsh reality in India. But when even those already employed begin to lose their jobs, as is now happening due to the current economic crisis, the outlook becomes bleaker. The pink slips that white-collar workers get in their offices are bad enough. But it is worse for the far more numerous workers in the unorganised sector, such as those in the construction sector that has been badly hit by the economic crisis, whose dismissal is not even accompanied by the dignity of a pink slip. They are simply fired. Would people, especially young people, whose economic security is so threatened, be still willing to vote for the government of the day?

3: Concern over national security:  India has been a victim of cross-border terrorism since the early 1980s, but the past five years were the most agonising. More terrorist attacks took place, and more innocent people died, in the UPA regime than during any comparable period in the past.  One of the UPA government's first decisions upon assuming office in 2004 was to repeal Prevention of Terrorism [Images] Act. With perverse pride, it projected the scrapping of POTA as a great achievement.

"India does not need any special anti-terror law; existing laws are adequate to deal with terrorism." This was the refrain of every leading representative of the UPA -- from Sonia Gandhi to Dr Manmohan Singh to Shivraj Patil -- for four and a half years.  It took the horrific 26/11 episode in Mumbai to shake the government out of its slumber and to force it to do a U-turn on the issue of anti-terror legislation.

Who kept an utterly incompetent Patil in the home ministry for four and a half years, and for what? Who projected POTA as "anti-Muslim" and thereby communalised India's fight against terror? What message is sent to terrorists by not implementing the Supreme Court's ruling on Afzal Guru, who has been convicted in the 2001 terrorist attack on Indian Parliament?

26/11 itself was the result of a monumental failure of governance, both at the Centre and in Maharashtra. Although this was the worst attack in the annals of cross-border terrorism, the government has refused to set up a commission of inquiry to find out what went wrong, who were culpable, and how to prevent recurrence of such attacks. After all, the possibility of a sea attack by Pakistan-based terrorists was publicly mentioned by the prime minister, defence minister and the national security advisor.

Here is a telltale indication of the government's failure to fight terrorism: people from all sections of society have a lurking fear about their security, and the security of their near and dear ones, whenever they go to crowded public places.

4: Other failures of the UPA government: For any party to overcome the burden of anti-incumbency, it has to project hope and inspire the people into believing that they can trust it to create a better future. It has to possess the "Vision Thing". The UPA possessed not an iota of it. In fact, its performance spread cynicism and despair, not trust and hope. For example, the Congress manifesto does not have a single word on the party's commitment to fight corruption.

Not surprising, since Dr Manmohan Singh, though personally incorruptible, presided over the most corrupt government in India's history. Under instructions from 10 Janpath, he allowed massive misuse of institutions of governance to let Ottavio Quattrocchi, the Italian wheeler-dealer who is the prime accused in the Bofors scandal, to go scot-free. In order to ensure his government's survival in July 2008, he allowed the "Cash for Votes" scandal, the most shameful case of political corruption in the history of Indian Parliament, to be enacted.

The Congress manifesto also does not have a single word on Bangladeshi infiltration into Assam and other parts of India, which the Supreme Court has described as "external aggression". This is a shocking case of the ruling party yielding to votebank considerations for short-term gains, disregarding apprehensions expressed by several neutral observers (including T V Rajeshwar, former IB chief who is now the governor of UP) that the demographic change due to the influx of Bangladeshis could lead to another "partition" of India in the North-East.

5: UPA has withered away:  Ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, a strange situation has arisen. The UPA government is still in harness, but where is the UPA? It has simply withered away. Telengana Rashtra Samiti in Andhra Pradesh, Laloo Prasad Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal and Ramvilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party in Bihar, and Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Pattali Makkal Katchi in Tamil Nadu have all left the UPA. The Left parties had already withdrawn their support to the UPA in July 2008 over the Indo-US nuclear deal. Dr Manmohan Singh's government, reduced to a minority, took the support of the Samajwadi Party. However, even the Samajwadi Party has now decided to ditch the Congress in Uttar Pradesh. Result: the Congress has no pre-poll alliance for Elections 2009. Does this speak of the Congress party's success in building a stable and cohesive coalition?

6: Crisis of leadership in Congress: The leadership matrix in the Congress presents several paradoxes. The person who leads the party, and who controlled the UPA government with an authority that was greater than that of Dr Manmohan Singh, cannot project herself as the prime ministerial candidate. The person who has been projected as the prime ministerial candidate, and who has already devalued his office by playing second fiddle to 10 Janpath, cannot even present himself as a candidate in the Lok Sabha elections. And the scion of the "dynasty", who has been projected as India's "future leader", is not ready to shoulder the responsibility of leading the campaign at present. 

In 2004, the Congress won a chance victory, managing to secure only seven seats more than the BJP. Unless a miracle happens, there will be no Congress-led government after the elections to the 15th Lok Sabha.

Sudheendra Kulkarni.

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What can one Hindu do?


Individuals who are concerned about the state of Hindus around the world and want to correct it frequently ask this question. More often than that, it is asked in a form that indicates the cause of their helplessness: "What can one Hindu do?" "How can an individual propagate the ideals of Hinduism on a scale large enough to effect the immense changes which must be made in every walk of life in order to create the kind of ideal society? Some ask the right questions, some feel that some wider scale of action is required. Many others ask the question, but do nothing. Some expect to perform instantaneous miracles; some however paralyze themselves by projecting an impossible goal. Some want to overhaul Hindu society overnight, and they tend to regard knowledge of Hinduism as irrelevant.


If you are a Hindu and are concerned with the present state of affairs, begin by identifying the nature of the problem. The battle is primarily intellectual, political, social and religious.  Politics is the practical implementation of the ideas that dominate our culture. One cannot fight or change the consequences without fighting and changing the cause, nor can one attempt any practical implementation without knowing what one want to implement.

In an intellectual battle, one need not convince every one. History is made of minorities, or more precisely, intellectual movements which are created by minorities. They make history. Intellectuals with foresight and commitment can develop abstract and functional strategies to change the society. An intellectual battle is a battle for man's mind, not an attempt to enlist blind followers. Only people who understand them can propagate ideas. An organized movement has to be preceded by an educational campaign, which require active and willing participants. Such trained persons are the necessary precondition of any attempt to change the Hindu society.

The immense changes, which must be made in every walk of life, cannot be made singly, piecemeal or retail. But the factor that underlies and determines every aspect of Hindu life is Hindu ideals. Teach every man the right Hindu ideals and his own mind will do the rest. The starting paoint is the family. Teach your children Panchatantra, Ramayana, Bhagavat Gita, Bhagavatam, Mahabharata, Chanakya Sutra, Vedas, Upanishads and Darsanas. These books contain everything you need to know about moral life, healthy living and spiritual directions.  Practice our rituals, protect it and promote it without reservations. Make temple visit a daily routine. Partcipate in temple festivals and pilgrimage.

Hindus cannot exist without practicing and protecting Hinduism.  Every Hindu is not intellectual innovators, but they are receptive to the ideas, when and if it is offered. There are also great numbers of Hindus who are indifferent. Such Hindus accept subconsciously dualistic and divisive ideas of other religions and thoughts without critical evaluation. They also accept whatever is offered by the distorted secular culture, and swing blindly with any transient ideas. They are merely oscillators-be they politicians, bureaucrats, businessmen, or educators-and by their own choice, irrelevant to the fate of the world.

Today, most Hindus are acutely aware of cultural pollution, coercive religious conversion, Jihadi  terrorism, ideological confusion, distorted secularism, and political turmoil created by the pseudo secularists and alienated intellectuals. But they are anxious, confused and groping for answers. Are we able to enlighten them? Can we answer their questions? Can we offer them a consistent ideology? Do we know how to convince them? Are we immune from the fallout of the constant barrage aimed at the destruction of our Hindu culture? To provide them with clear, consistent, and correct concepts, we need an intellectual, social and political struggle.

If we want to influence a country's intellectual trend, the first step is to bring order to our own ideas and integrate them into a consistent case, to the best of our knowledge and ability. Knowledge necessarily includes the ability to apply abstract principles of Hinduism to concrete problems, to recognize the principles to specific issues, to demonstrate them, and to advocate a consistent course of action. Our Rishis and Acharayas have given us philosophical guidelines in the Vedas, Upanishads and Darshanas.Our Puranas and Ithihasas are replete with examples, illustrations and guidelines to handle any imaginable human problem.

When our convictions and commitment to Hinduism are in our conscious, orderly control, we will be able to communicate them to others. This does not mean one must make philosophical speeches on Hinduism when unnecessary and inappropriate. We need the philosophy of Hinduism to back us up and give us a consistent case when we deal with or discuss specific issues.

How can we propagate our ideals of Hinduism? Do not wait for a national audience. Speak on any scale open to you, large or small---to your friends, your associates, your professional organizations, or any legitimate public forum. You can never tell when your words will reach the right mind at the right time. You will see no immediate results---but it is of such activities that public opinion is made.

Make any issue or problem an ideological issue. An issue of Hindu ideals versus sectarian philosophy (pluralistic, all inclusive, spiritual, open, and systemic philosophy versus pseudo secular, fundamentalist, dualistic, divisive, rigid, all exclusive, mechanical models).

Do not pass up a chance to express your views on important issues affecting Hindus. Whether it is discrimination, prejudice, race relations, international affairs, religious conversion, terrorism, distorted secularism, fundamentalism, personal law, polygamy, or any social, political or religious issues. Write letters to the editors of newspapers and magazines, to TV and radio commentators and, above all, to the political leaders.

Remember, the best democracy is still no guarantee against intolerance and bigotry, and eternal vigilance is an expression that will never become obsolete. The opportunities to speak about Hindu philosophy are all around you. Hindus need to repeatedly examine incidence and issues of prejudice and false propaganda. Hindus should not keep silent when the philosophy of Hinduism and Hindu values are being questioned. Always be vigilant and recognize warning signs of intolerance and its perpetrators, and contribute to efforts to preserve religious freedom to practice and promote Hindu values.

Always explore the nexus of pseudo-secularists and deprogrammers who want to demoralize Hindus. Above all, do not join the wrong ideological groups or movements, in order to do something. By ideological (in this context), I mean group or movements proclaiming anti-Hindu values. Many anti-Hindu groups substitute anarchism for liberal democracy, pluralism for theological fundamentalism, and reason to whims and faith. To join such groups means to reverse the noble philosophy of Hindus, and to sell out pluralistic principles for the sake of some superficial and intolerant ideologies. It means that you help defeat the noble values of Hinduism and the victory of sectarian and exclusive ideas.


The groups one may properly join today are organized to achieve a single, specific, clearly defined goal, on which men of differing regions and backgrounds can agree. Actively participate in organizations like RSS, VHP, Bajarang Dal, and Hindu Munnani. These groups have no hidden agenda, selfish motives or sectarian political purpose. These organizations have a mandate, mission and desire to assist those Hindus in difficult circumstances to improve their life. It is important to establish close working relationships with such Hindu organizations to foster coordination, cooperation and coalitions addressing specific Hindu needs. All across the globe thousands of volunteers regularly give their time and talents to make a positive difference in the lives of Hindus. They are proud of their part in a great endeavor. For Hindu society to prosper and survive, we all must live up to our responsibilities as Hindus.

It is a mistake to think that the intellectual movement to propagate Hindu ideals is without difficulties. It requires a profound conviction, that ideas based on Hinduism are important to you and to your own life. If you integrate that conviction to every aspect of your life, you will find many opportunities to enlighten others.

There is no short cut to achieve our objectives. Hindu philosophy is a permanent fuel and ideological powerhouse. So propagate it with activism. If others destroy our identity, and establish a mechanical, all exclusive, narrow minded and rigid political philosophy and life style, it will be the default of those who keep silent. We are still free enough to speak, organize and act. Do we have time? No one can tell. But time is on our side-because we have an indestructible and invincible thought system-Hindu ideals.

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Bhagavad Gita - Versets 1 à 3 du chapitre 16

Le Seigneur Bienheureux dit:
Absence de crainte, purification de l'existence, développement du savoir spirituel, charité, maîtrise de soi, accomplissement des sacrifices, étude des Vedas, austérité et simplicité, non-violence, véracité, absence de colère, renoncement, sérénité, aversion pour la critique, compassion, absence de convoitise, douceur, modestie et ferme détermination, vigueur, pardon, force morale, pureté, absence d'envie et de soif des honneurs,-telles sont, ô descendant de Bharata, les qualités spirituelles des hommes de vertu, des hommes nés de la nature divine.

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Real Facts Of Religion

Christianity ….One Christ, One Bible Religion…

You know the Latin Catholic will not enter Syrian Catholic Church.

These two will not enter Marthoma Church.

These three will not enter Pentecost Church.

These four will not enter Salvation Army Church..

These five will not enter Seventh Day Adventist Church.

These six will not enter Orthodox Church.

These seven will not enter Jacobite church.

Like this there are 146 castes in Kerala alone for Christianity,

each will never share their churches for fellow Christians..!

Wonderful..! One Christ, One Bible, One Jehova....What a unity!

Now Muslims..!

One Allah, One Quran, One Nebi....!

Among Muslims, Shia and Sunni kill each other in all the Muslim countries.

The religious riot in most Muslim countries is always between these two sects.

The Shia will not go to Sunni Mosque.

These two will not go to Ahamadiya Mosque.

These three will not go to Sufi Mosque.

These four will not go to Mujahiddin mosque.

Like this it appears there are 13 castes in Muslims.

Killing / bombing/conquering/ massacring/. .. Each other!

The American attack to the Muslim land of Iraq is fully supported by all the Muslim countries surrounding Iraq !

One Allah, One Quran, One Nebi....! Great unity!

All Muslims are not Terrorists, but all Terrorists are Muslims.  60% of all victims of Muslim terrorism are Muslims.

Now, Hindus

1,280 Religious Books, 10,000 Commentaries, more than one lakh sub-commentaries for these foundation books,  330 million gods, variety of Aacharas, thousands of Rishies, hundreds of languages...

still everyone goes to the SAME TEMPLE ...

whether unity is for Hindus or in others…?

Hindus never quarreled each other for the last ten thousand years in the name of religion.   Only Politicians had tried to divide and rule…  


Keep Religion out of Politics and India will be the most peaceful place on earth.

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