ईद मुबारक कह क्या होगा ?

गऊ, भारत जिनकी माता नहीं,  वे मेरे भगिनी- भ्राता …नहीं,
ईद मुबारक कह क्या होगा ? जब भावों का ही नाता नहीं |

गोमांस खायं, त्यौहार मनायं, कश्मीर पाकिस्तानी बतायं,
आतंकियों के बनें सहाय,  देवालय तोड़ें और इतरायं,
ईद मुबारक कह क्या होगा ? भाई का सम्मान तक जब आता नहीं |

तकिया खेलें , दीन बतायं, गैय्या पर जब छुरी चलायं,
मैय्या हिन्दू की बतायं, फिर कुटिल मुसकायं,
माँ का रक्त देयं बहायं,ईद मुबारक कह क्या होगा ?
जब देश धरम का नाता नहीं |

छद्म छुरिका छिपायं,करें पीठ पर घायं,
बस खडग का न्याय,इनको समझ में आय !
ईद मुबारक कह क्या होगा ? पेट्रो डालर मुझे ललचाता नहीं |

दुनिया कहती है समझाय पर सेकुलर समझ न पायं
गाँधी भी जब विफल हो जायं, भारत विभाजन रोक न पायं
तो प्यार कहाँ है उपाय ? ईद मुबारक कह क्या होगा ?
वोट बैंक मुझे है भाता नहीं |

गऊ, भारत जिनकी माता नहीं, वे मेरे भगिनी- भ्राता नहीं,
भगिनी-भ्राता कैसा नाता ? एक ही मानें जब माता नहीं |
ईद मुबारक कह क्या होगा ? जब भावों का ही नाता नहीं,
————-अतुल रावत |


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Posted on November 7, 2011, in poems. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Very good said.

  2. Dharamvir Yodha

    A New Approach by M M Bajaj, Ibrahim and Vijayraj Singh; H. B. Prakashan, Indore;
    This book is a forceful plea to stop slaughter of animals, birds, and (even) fish because it will avert earthquakes. It is difficult to say what prompted the authors – all physicists of fame and high learning – to enter the rough and tumble of geology and that, too, of earthquakes. But, then, science has its own angularities. After all, the high priest of modern science, Albert Einstein, also meddled with the science of geology by propagating EPW (Einsteinian Pain Waves) theory.
    Whatever one’s predilections, it has to be conceded that the idea is unique. And novelty is not the only argument in favour of the book which is actually based on paper(s) read by the authors. The BIS (Bajaj-Ibrahim-Singh) Theory is claimed to be a further development on EPW of Einstein. The book claims it is possible to forecast earthquakes which are caused by excessive killing of animals. Now either it is all based on ‘real’ correlations or is a set of spurious ones. The answer would depend upon whether, and a priori, one is willing to subscribe to the theory whose validity is all but proven so far. And to that extent, the book is truly novel and hence absolutely and eminently readable. After all, science still does not have even the modicum of an answer as to why the earthquakes happen and how they can be predicted with reasonable accuracy. The book certainly fills the gaps in the science of seismology which is still a nascent science.
    The argument, otherwise highly technical and full of scientific jargon, given so lucidly and simply in the abstract of the book is quite unique to say the least. It is based on the, “reports received” from different parts of the world that several earthquakes have the history of millions of animals being butchered in or near the high risk seismic zones. Hence the suspicion and the scientific inquiry that organising the butchering of animals in the abattoirs worldwide has something to do with the quakes. The book claims to have studied the complex role of nociceptive waves (or the waves generated by the immense noise by the animals on the verge of being butchered) in shear-wave splitting which is related to seismic anisotropy. This splitting is associated with the cracks in the crust aligned by stress. The origin of earthquakes due to the interaction of nociception waves with gravity waves is critically examined in the book. An earthquake of 8 Richter occurs only when the resonant frequency is extremely high. Low frequency resonances lead to earthquakes of 0.1 to 0.2 Richter. Low frequency resonances are hardly felt or realised by the ordinary people. High frequency resonances (originating due to the slaughter of millions of animals daily for years together) lead to powerful singularities with the gravity waves.
    Dying Animals Cause Acoustic Anisotropy
    Now the point which the authors have tried to make is that acoustic anisotropy leads to a very strong anisotropic stress on a rock. The daily butchering of thousands of animals continually for several years generates acoustic anisotropy due to Einsteinian Pain Waves (EPW) emitted by dying animals. And the accumulated acoustic anisotropy is found to be related with the stress history of rocks.
    The book claims that since the EPW travel a great distance with time, abattoirs of one country may lead to havoc in another country. But then comes a final “warning” from the scientists laced with spirituality: ‘…we should close down all the abattoirs (visible and hidden) of the world. Our environmental problems are responsible for the mega-event of earthquakes. ‘ If this had come from a religious saint, people would have taken it at face value. But, coming from scientists of some fame, the approach needs a careful analysis sans religiosity which is a tall order given the Indian context.
    The central theme of the book that shear wave splitting occurs possibly due to aligned fluid-filled inclusions and abattoirs, is open to question, and needs a further in-depth study, which the authors claimed to have done with a promise that a fresh book of over 600 pages is coming out shortly on this very aspect. However, the authors have been fair to mention, if not examine in the introductary part, all existing hypotheses on the subject though finally, they settle down on their own hypothesis of large-scale abattoir activity being the causative agents for major earthquakes. In chapter 2 they move to the complex theory which is a set of mathematical formulae which may not be of much interest to a person not properly initiated in mathematical and statistical mumbo jumbo.
    Latur Ealthquake Explained
    It is “Experimental Aspects” in chapter 3 which is absolutely revolutionary and candid. After preliminary observation as to how the nociception waves (EPW) interact with the earth’s natural rhythmatic vibrations and lead to responses which are extremely powerful (of the order of 10 40 MW) causing crack density (CD) which is directly proportional to EPW – itself a result of ‘animals butchered daily’ the authors come straight to the most recent of the Indian calamities – the Latur (Khillari) earthquake. And from here it is a non-stop journey to earthquakes at various places. Indian earthquakes of Utterkashi, Assam follow the Latur tragedy. Then comes America where the earthquakes of Northridge (1994), Long Beach (California – 1933), Landers (California -1992), San Francisco (1906), New Madrid (Missouri – 1811-12) have been mentioned. Russia is next where Neftegorsk (1995) finds a major mention. Kanto (1923), Nobi (1891), Kita-Tango. (1927), Sankiru Tsunami (1933), Shizuoka (1935), Tonankal (1944), Nankai (1948), Fukui (1948), Off-Tokachi (1952), Kjta-Mino (1961), Nigata (1964), Off-Tokachi (1968), Kobe (1995) – all of Japan – have also been described not so much as a part of scientific inquiry but to demonstrate the pattern and familiarity of the authors with what they are talking about.
    Some of the data accumulated from aforementioned places, juxtaposed with the famous study by Nemichand has been put to productive use by the authors to make a comprehensive table of strong earthquakes of the 20th century and the date from 3,937 ,,officially recognised major abbatoirs” in different parts of India to establish further the hypothesis proprounded that earthquakes are caused by large scale animal slaughter. Some of the obiter dicta by the authors are certainly open to serious question.

    The “Theory” will be Tested
    The hypothesis propounded in the book will be testable very shortly when in the wake of “Mad Cow” disease afflicting cows in England resulting in an overall ban on exports of beef from England to other European Union countries there is a proposal for the ‘destruction’ of an estimated 4.5 million to 11 million cows in England. Whatever the number of cows destroyed eventually it will surely be the first time in the world anywhere that so many animals will be killed at one go. And going by the BIS Theory it must (automatically) produce a major earthquake. And going by the same, BIS analysis, England or at least neighbouring Europe can hope to have the biggest jolt in history – not figuratively but literally – in the shape of an earthquake.
    From the Book
    In the words of Nils Bohr, ‘Prediction is difficult, especially of the future.’ Despite this, one of the objectives of the present investigation is to explore the possibility of earthquake prediction based on well defined hard core principles.
    Mathematicians and scholars can predict the tides. Then, why do they have so much trouble in predicting earthquakes? Accurate tables of the time of high or low tide can be worked out months or even years ahead. Earthquake forecasts often go wrong within a few days, sometimes within a few hours. People are accustomed to the difference. They are not surprised when a heat wave turns out to be a blizzard. In contrast, if the tide table predicted low tide but the beach was under water, there would probably be a riot. Of course, the two systems are different. The mechanism of earthquakes is extremely complex. It involves following parameters: (1) air pressure, (2) tectonic plate movement, (3) Einsteinian pain wave intensity, (4) geographical location, (5) local rate of killing of animals, (6) underground nuclear testing, (7) faultlines in the rock, (8) volcanic activity, etc. Compared to earthquakes, tides are much simpler, because they can be easily predicted.
    We speak of the unpredictable aspects of earthquakes just as if we were talking about rolling dice or letting an air balloon loose to observe its erratic path as the air is ejected. Since there is no clear relationship between cause and effect, such phenomenon are said to have random elements. Yet there was little reason to doubt that precise predictability could, in principle, be achieved. This fundamental randomness has come to be called chaos.
    Recent supplementary commentary of one of the authors, Dr. Vijay Ray Singh:
    Bisology is a new subject which has developed recently. It deals with the Breakdown of Integrated Systems and indiscriminate slaughtering or Brutal and Intense Slaughtering.
    Basically it is the subject which has originated from the Bajaj-Ibrahim-Singh effect, which was reported by us for the first time in Suzdal (Russia) in 1995. Some noted scholars have written whole chapters on Bisology in their books. The discovery of the BIS effect was so sensa-tional that an Indian Journal brought out a special issue devoted to the subject. Several young scholars have studied this subject in their Ph.D. theses submitted to different universities. We have been extremely fortunate to have the blessings of a great teacher, Prof. Nemi Chand-Jain in the proliferation of our scientific ideas regarding vegetarianism and the direction in which true science should move.

  3. Dharamvir Yodha

    I request all the Arya Purush to collect materials on Pain Wave Theory of Ibert Einstein.

  4. ek baat kahu wriiter ji s e

    ke app ke dharm me cow ko mata ka darja mila hai me ye manta hoo

    app kon dharm se hai or app kya uska palan karte hai ye app per nirbahr hai magar ek baat batadoo jaise apke bhagwan ki agya ka anusharan kar rahe hai vaise hi hum muslman apne rab ke farman ko man rahe hai isliye ke kya keh rahe hai or bolne se pehle sochna

    ab topic per ate hai ke allah ne cow goat hen camel etc chijoo ko halaal karaar diya hai ye apne dharm walo ki behteri mano ke kahi agar kisi non muslim ka meat halaal kar diya hota to tum socho tumhari nasal ka kya hota

    dekhte hi muslamnao ko bhagte firte ye tumhari khariyat hai samgho

    • nasal kisko kehte hein. tumhara aur mera khun to ek hi hein kyunki tumhare aur mere purvaj to ek hi the.

      yeh kaisa dhram hein jo nirapradh janwaron aur nirapradh manushyon ko isliye marne ki agya deta hein taki jannat mein bhog ke liye 72 hoore , sharab ki nadiya mile.

      jis din tum yeh samajh jaonge ki dharam aur andhvishwas mein kya pharak hein us din tum sabse pehle manushyata sikh jaonge.

  5. Keval Ek hi dharm hai Vaidic Dharm jo ki shrishti ke shuru mein tha. Baki sab baad mein aaye. Vedon mein kisi bhi dhrm ka naam nahein hai. Hindu bhi nahien. Keval VED hi Dharm hai. Baki sab Mat-matantar logon ko divide karte hain. VED toh kahta hai,” VASUDHAIVE KUTUMBKAM”, means the whole world is one family. Yahan kisi ke khilaf koi baat hai hi nahein. GAU yadi hinduon ki mata hai toh kya Muslim aur isaiyon ki nahien hai???? Doodh toh vo bhi peete hain. Mata to vo sabki hai. Chahe aap use mmaro ya pyar karo. Maroge toh
    Ahsaan faramosh (Krikghan) kahlaoge. Pyar karoge toh Kritagya kahlaoge. Vaise Ek Gau agar Doodh nahien bhi deti toh bhi use katna nahein chahiya, kyon ki vo apne GO-MUTRA, GOBAR se hi ittni kamai desakti hai ki uska palan ho sakta hai. Go-Mutr se davaiyaan banti hain. Gobar se Gobar gas aur uske baad khaad banti hai. Uplon se maleria, Dengu door hota hai. Details ke liya aur bahut matter hai Internet par , Dekh lo. Dhanyawad.

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