“The Katirs in the Bashgul valley informed me that
they came from the west, and were once part of a numcroiis tribe which divided into two parties.One division, consisting of all the wealthy and other notable persons, went to London, while the other, comprising menials only, settled in Kafiristan. This depreciation of themselves is in the true spirit of Oriental politeness. They warned me not to trust the Kam, or to believe them for an instant if they declared that they and I were descended from a common ancestor ; for it was notorious that it was the Katirs, and not the Kam, who were of my race, the Kam being really more akin to the Russians. This also indicated that the Kafirs of the Bashgul Valley know something of the antagonistic sentiments with which the English and the Russians are supposed to regard one another in the East. (page 160)
“The Káfirs of the Hindu-Kush”
-Sir George Scott Robertson
The “Above Sentences” are pillars of present research. Frankly speaking ..fair complexion of Kafir warriors and above alarming clue WORDS became Keynotes to present research.At the end of research I also become Kafir. Kafirs had no books, they had no time to show you evidences . They were just fighting. But blessings of “Internet –Dev” helped me to UNFOLD KAFIR’S LAST CRY BEFORE YOU…IF YOU CAN LISTEN.
Today we forget Kafirs and their Gods. But Robertson mentioned them all in his preface to the book . He mentions that….
“But Gish, the war god, is dead. It was his worship
which kept Ktifiristan free for so many generations.
His blood-saturated shrines are demolished.”
An English man was aware about Kafir’s Gods “Gish” , “Moni” and “Imra”. We forget them all. We forget Kafirs and their Gods too. Ram took note of everything. He knew why Kafir’s war God “Gish” was dead at the gate way of India itself. At the end of research I am in position to give you clue to Kafirs God Moni (Tamil God Muneeswarar) and Imra (Yamadev)…but War God “ Gish” is really dead. Even Internet-dev don’t help me to Search “Him” out . Ram painfully declared him dead, so how can I find “Him” ?
Link to Muneeswarar
Link to Imra (page 142)
Kafir’s Signals towards London
Kafir of Bashgul valley says that one wealthy group went to London. Yes he says….
“One division, consisting of all the wealthy and other notable persons, went to London, while the other, comprising menials only, settled in Kafiristan.”
We never looked at those kafirs who faught for 1000 years at gate way of India. But can we trust their last words? Kafir knew that his second group went towards London. He clarified it before “Ram” and “Ram” also testify kafir’s words at concluding para. These words do not create curiosity in your mind ?
London / Lau-nandan
These curiosity was base of this research. In previous chapters we have seen all hanging truth of Europe and Anatolia .But the facts about Afghanistan connects Kafirs and Ram. I do believe in Last words (or Last shricks) of Kafir warriors. Why and how – a sinking Kafir could speak lies?After long research I believe that London stand for Lau –nandan , Britain..Brizh stand for Baijnath and Bahraich(The geographical name of Awadh).Belgic tribes that reached Britian in antiquity carry history of Balond Badri..Chalta badri..Badrinath. Gulliver’s travel is nothing but “Gurhwali’s safar”. Raj Barah of Almora are still intact in form of 12 Olypmpians.United Kingdom (UK) nothing but replica of Utarakhand (UK) .
Link to Lau-nandan(London)
Link to Hastinapur(Hasting)
Link to Stonehenge
Now let us check facts about Kafirs and struggle of Ram to reach them. Let us check straight facts…………
LIBERTION OF AYODHYA
ya, they begin with liberation of Ayodhya. Victory of Robert (Raw Bharat) clive in the battle of Plassey( 1757A.D.) and Buxar ( 1764 A.D.) liberated Ayodhya . Thereafter “Ram “ had to spend long 100 years to reach Capisa. Meanwhile the course of history turned Capisa ( Gate way of India) into Kafiristan. During the course they took control of Delhi . There after they moved towards Capisa .Look to the historical facts – how Ram had to struggle to reach his ardent Bhakt Kafirs to whom entire country forgot.
Henry Walter Bellew the india born British army medical officer ,narrates the events that lead East India company to Afghanistan. In his book named ,”The races of Afghanistan -being a brief account of the principal nation inhabiting that country. “(1880) he narrated everything.
Book link (Races of Afghanistan)
Author mentions that “Tymur died in 1793. War of succession brought Zaman (Blind) in Ludhiana. He Lived there as British pentioner . Zaman shah appointed Runjitsjngh as ruler of Lahore.
In1803 – the year, East India company took new Delhi. Tymur’s another son Shuja-ul-Mulk captured Kabul.Mr. Bellew further says that ,” In 1809 first treaty signed with Durani soverein to protect Shuja from persian and Nepoleon’s invasion.It was first British engagement with Afghan.Shuja defeated by Fatahkhan and came to Ludhiana with Zaman as British pentioner.
Durani dynasty colapsed and in 1826 suddenly Dost Mahmad became ruler of Kabul(Firdt Amir) and his brother Sherdil held Kandhar. Shahi ends and rule of Amir begins.
In 1834 – Shuja marched towards Afghanistan to recover his lost kingdom with army but defeated.Came back to Ludhiana. He took refuge with Ranjitsingh. At that juncture Shuja gave precious and historical Kohinoor diamond to Ranjitsingh.
Meantime persian seige of Herat and Sikh defeat againt Afghan caused anxiety in British Govt. Russian acted mysteriously. British took side of Shuja. Decided to restore him on throne.Triparty treaty signed between Shuja, Ranjit and East India Company. The seeds of Afghan war lies in these events.These were the events that brought East india company near Capisa.
First Afghan war (1839–1842 )
(Remember, the war faught before Indian Mutiny of 1857))
British wanted pro-British ruler in Afghanistan. To restore Shah suja’s rule in Afghanistan .Tri- party treaty reached between Shah suja, East india company Ranjitsingh, and thereafter simla menifesto was declared.
As per Simla treaty (1939 )SHUJA marched with British Army . An army of 21,000 British and Indian troops under the command of Sir John Keane (subsequently replaced by Sir Willoughby Cotton and then by William Elphinstone) set out from Punjab in December 1838. By late March 1839, the British forces had reached Quetta, crossed the Bolan Pass and begun their march to Kabul. They took Kandahar on April 25, 1839.
On July 22, in a surprise attack, they captured the until-then impregnable fortress of Ghazni, the rule of Shah suja were restored in Kabul. Thereafter the majority of the British troops returned to India (only 8,000 remained in Afghanistan), but it soon became clear that Shuja’s rule could only be maintained with the presence of a greater number of British forces. The Afghans resented the British presence and the rule of Shah Shuja.
Dost Mohammad unsuccessfully attacked the British and their Afghan protégé, and subsequently surrendered and was exiled to India in late 1840.
Meantime reduced pention of Afghan sardars created sparks.Afghan tribes invaded Kabul and in January 1842 British army reteated towards India.
“By October 1841, disaffected Afghan tribes were flocking to support Dost Mohammad’s son, Mohammad Akbar Khan, in Bamian. In November 1841, a senior British officer, Sir Alexander ‘Sekundar’ Burnes, and his aides were killed by a mob in Kabul. .On 1 January 1842, following some unusual thinking by Elphinstone, an agreement was reached that provided for the safe exodus of the British garrison and its dependants from Afghanistan.
Five days later, the withdrawal began. The departing British contingent numbered around 16,000, of which about 4,500 were military personnel, and over 12,000 were civilian camp followers. The military force consisted mostly of Indian units and one British battalion, 44th Regiment of Foot.”
Link to First Afghan war
“Despite the safe-passage the British had been granted, they were attacked by Ghilzai warriors as they struggled through the snowbound passes.
The ground was frozen, the men had no shelter and had little food for weeks. Of the remaining weapons possessed by the survivors, there were approximately a dozen working muskets, the officers’ pistols and a few swords. The remnants of the 44th were all killed except Captain James Souter, Sergeant Fair and seven soldiers who were taken prisoner. The only Briton to reach Jalalabad was Dr. William Brydon.”
Link to Dr.William Brydon
Story of Sacrifice
Yes ,out of 16000 persons only single person Dr.Willian Brydon could reached Jalalabad on horse to say the story of dead warriors and civilians. We have to remember that even Indian Sypoys lost their lives in massacre. But nobody from us ever try to keep record of those unknown brave soldiers, who went there to die. Yet ,Afghan Chuch of Bombay still keeping the record of those Brave soldiers who lost their life on Afghan Soil. Even their sacrifices could not create Sensitivity in our hearts. Perhaps only Maharaja Dulip remained sensitive and sensible towards them .
Link to Afghan church
Link to Dulipsingh
Now let us check above story with different historical Shade effects.
Kohinoor and Kafiristan
Now we know that Simla manifesto was key to Afghanistan war path .The Tri- party Simla agreement (1839)was reached but Ranjit Singh died in 1839 itself. Britishers took the leadership of first Afghan war at their own. After Ranjitsingh”s death his kingdom began to fall into disorder.In 1945 only single heir Duleepsingh remained. Ranjitsingh recognized Britishers but what about sikh peoples? Sikhs were not knowing Britishers.
“When Ranjit Singh died in 1839, there was a succession of short-lived rulers at the central Durbar (court), and increasing tension between the Khalsa and the Durbar. circumstances lead towords the first Anglo -sikh war.”
“The First Anglo-Sikh War was fought between the Sikh Empire and the British East India Company between 1845 and 1846. It resulted in partial subjugation of the Sikh kingdomn. The Treaty of Lahore on 9 March 1846, the Sikhs were made to surrender the valuable region (the Jullundur Doab) between the Beas River and Sutlej River. In a later separate arrangement (the Treaty of Amritsar), the Raja of Jammu, Gulab Singh, purchased Kashmir from the East India Company for a payment of 7,500,000 rupees (75 lakh) and was granted the title Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir.Maharaja Duleep Singh remained ruler of the Punjab and at first his mother, Maharani Jindan Kaur, remained as Regent.”
“The Second Anglo-Sikh War took place in 1848 and 1849, between the Sikh Empire and the British East India Company. It resulted in the subjugation of the Sikh Empire, and the annexation of the Punjab and what subsequently became the North-West Frontier Province by the East India Company.The infant Maharaja Duleep Singh of the Sikh Empire was allowed to retain his throne, but a British Resident, Sir Henry Lawrence, controlled the policy of the Durbar. Duleep Singh’s mother, Maharani Jind Kaur, continually tried to regain some of her former influence as Regent and was eventually exiled by Lawrence. This victory brought diamond Kohinoor in British crown.On March 29, 1849, the British raised their flag on the citadel of Lahore and the Punjab was formally proclaimed to be part of the British Empire in India. The Treaty of Lahore, the legal agreement formalised the legal possession of Kohinoor by Queen of England.”
History of Kohinnor Diamond
Nadirshah took Kohinnor with him. But after the assassination of Nader Shah in 1747, the stone came into the hands of Ahmed Shah Abdali of Afghanistan. In 1830, Shah Shuja, the deposed ruler of Afghanistan, managed to flee with the Kohinoor diamond. He then came to Lahore where it was given to the Sikh Maharaja (King) of Punjab, Ranjit Singh; in return for this Maharaja Ranjit Singh won back the Afghan throne for Shah Shuja-ul-Mulk.”
Link to Kohinoor
Maharaja Dalip Singh(born: 6 September 1838 in Lahore,)was the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire. He was the youngest son of the legendary “Lion of the Punjab” Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Maharani Jind Kaur, and came to power after a series of intrigues, in which several other claimants to the throne and to the Koh-i-Noor diamond killed each other. After his exile to Britain at age 13 following the British annexation of the Punjab, he was befriended by Queen Victoria.
Dalip Singh was much admired by Queen Victoria who is reported to have written “Those eyes and those teeth are too beautiful” about the Punjabi maharajah. She was also the godmother to several of his children.
Today he is considered as Britain’s first Sikh settler, having been exiled to its shores in 1854, after being dethroned and having his country annexed by the British Raj in 1849.
Dalip Singh died in Paris in 1893 at the age of 55.A life-size bronze statue of the Maharajah showing him on a horse was unveiled by HRH the Prince of Wales in 1999 at Butten Island in Thetford, a town which benefited from his and his sons’ generosity
Dalip Singh married twice, first to Bamba Müller and then to Ada Douglas Wetherill. He had eight children in total, six from his first marriage to Bamba.All the eight children died without legitimate issue, ending the direct line of the Sikh Royalty.
Indian Mutiny of 1857
Meanwhile in 1857 there was Mutiny against British rule in India. The people who considered victory of Robert clive in battle of Plassey…was liberating process of Ayodhya , might not jopined mutiny.
.While those ,who considered Clive’s victory as beginning of subjugation , might have took part in mutiny.
The rebellion began on 10 May 1857 in the town of Meerut when a group of sepoys, native soldiers employed by the British East India Company’s army, mutinied because of perceived race-based injustices and inequities.
The immediate result of the mutiny was a general housecleaning of the Indian administration. The East India Company was abolished in favour of the direct rule of India by the British government.
Crossing all these hurdles Britain further geared up to reach Capisa.
Link to Indian Mutiny
Second Afghan war (1878)
After tension between Russia and Britain in Europe ended with the June 1878 Congress of Berlin, Russia turned its attention to Central Asia. In the summer of 1878 Russia sent an uninvited diplomatic mission to Kabul, setting in motion the train of events that led to the Second Anglo-Afghan War. Sher Ali tried to keep the Russian mission out but failed. The Russian envoys arrived in Kabul on July 22, 1878, and on August 14 the British demanded that Sher Ali accept a British mission. Sher Ali had not responded .
The British presumably considered this as an insult, but more likely it was viewed at the highest levels as a fine pretext for implementing the Forward Policy and taking over most of Afghanistan. The British delivered an ultimatum to Sher Ali, demanding an explanation of his actions. The Afghan response was viewed by the British as unsatisfactory, and on November 21, 1978, British troops entered Afghanistan at three points. Sher Ali, having turned in desperation to the Russians, received no assistance from them. Appointing his son, Yaqub, regent, Sher Ali left to seek the assistance of the tsar. Advised by the Russians to abandon this effort and to return to his country, Sher Ali returned to Mazare Sharif, where he died in February 1879.
With British forces occupying much of the country, Yaqub signed the Treaty of Gandamak in May 1879 to prevent Britsh invasion of the rest of Afghanistan. According to this agreement and in return for an annual subsidy and loose assurance of assistance in case of foreign aggression, Yaqub agreed to British control of Afghan foreign affairs. yes,Control on foreign affairs of Afghanistan was outcome of second Afghan war.
The second British venture into Afghanistan resulted in about 2500 British and colonials killed with some 1500 Afghans killed.
Link to second Afghan war
During these wars Britishers came into the contact of Kafiristan and chitral. The vedic people of both the region were fighting against invaders since one thousand years. Britisher tried their level best to protect and save them. British Army surgeon Henry Walter Bellew ‘s book “The races of Afganistan being a brief account of the principal nations” also gives detailed account of different Afghan tribes and their gradual forceful conversion. The details in the book gives signal of large scale migration of same tribes in antiquity towards west. Giving signal of pakhtun and Afridi migration from the area towards west he mentions that-” In time of Herodotus this very country was called Pactiya or Pactiyiea. There is very remarkable coincident that Herodotus mentions one ohther country of htis name in Armenia provence. And it is not difficult to trace ancient Pictavium or modern Poitiers in France,and then Picts in Britain.
In this Pakhtun-kwa country Pacts and Scyth inhabitants inhabitit ,while Picts and Scots in England . Large section of Afridi people called Kambar-khel or and Kamari togather with Logari or Loga parallel with Cambarian or Logarin of ancient Britain.”(PAGE 57) He further says that Afridi were previously Budhist or Fire worshiper. (P.81 )
Henry Walter Bellew’s detscription in the book conveys the sense as if he was knowing all these tribes till late antiquity.
Book link to “The Kafirs of the Hindu Kush: Art and Society of the Waigal and …, Volume 1” By Max Klimburg
The Man Who Would Be King
Meanwhile Rudyard Kipling wrote a short story “The Man Who Would Be King . The theme of the story based upon the kafirs warriors of Kafiristan. In 1975 film adapted from the Rudyard Kipling’s short story of the same title. It was adapted and directed by John Huston and starred Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Saeed Jaffrey, and Christopher Plummer as Kipling (giving a name to the short story’s anonymous narrator).The film follows two rogue ex-non-commissioned officers of the British Raj who set off from 19th century British India in search of adventure and end up as kings of Kafiristan.
Without reading the short story, you will not understand pain of Ram for their Kafir brethern ,who were fighting at Gate way of India for 1000 years and entire country forget them. The story will remind you of Ashokvatika where Sitaji and Rama met after Ram’s victory.
Link to The story
I am providing you link to the story. The story says pain of Kafirs, unknown fighters of Hindukush,Who recognised struggle of Ram to reach them. They were waiting their Ram in Ashokvatika.
.Nobody in the country recognizing or remembering them and they continued their fight.It was situation full of dilema. In this complicated struggleful situation unrecognized Ram was standing before his ardent Bhakt. Read The book – “Kafirs of Hindukush”- and short story – “The Man Who Would Be King” with full sensitivity .I gaurantee you that now you can recognize Ram.
Pl. don’t miss single line of the story. It is story about kafiristan , last shricks of Kafirs and struggling Ram to reach them. Don’t miss single word.
Link to the short stroy by Kipling
A Book :kafirs of Hindukush
Gilgit agency surgeon George Scott Robertson did the best research work about kafirs.. He asked the Government of India for permission to attempt the journey, and by October 1889 was on his way, departing from Chitral in northwest Pakistan in the company of several Kafir headmen of the Kam tribe. His journey lasted just over a year, ending in 1891, and providing Robertson with first-hand experience of the strange customs and colorful people of Kafiristan. But before the publication of his book kafirs were forcibly converted in year year 1895 to Islam by Abdur Rahman Khan, the Emir of Afghanistan (1880 to 1901). This ended the millenia of old primitive religion of the Kafiristani people which was thence-after replaced by the radical Islamic culture now known as Nuristani culture.The new name of kafiristan is Nuristan.
The detailed account of Robertson’s tour throughout Kafiristan was originally published in London in 1896 by Lawrence & Bullen, LTD. The name of the book was Kafirs of Hinndukush.”
The Nuristanis exhibit European-like physical characteristic of light hair, blue eyes, and white skin. These physical features are mainly due to a preservation of the characteristics from the initial migration of Indo-Iranian (Kamboja) peoples into the region (likely in the 2nd Milenia B.C.). At last kafiristan became Nuristan. With that Capisa-The gate way of India sank.
Robertson was the last eyewitness of kafir culture. He was last person , who saw kafirs of Capisa .Very few people took note of kafirs of Hindukush.
In his book description one can smell that he was not just writting book but worshiping great warriors of kafiristan. He might have written account with his weeping eyes.
– On page no. 75 of the book author classified kafir warrior tribes as under….
(1) Katirs – siahposh
(2) Madugal – siahposh
(3) Kashtan or kashtoz – siahposh
(4)Kam – siahposh
(5) Istrat or gourdesh -siahposh
(6) Presungulis or viron – safedposh
(7) Wai gulis -safedposh
He notes that ..”It is probable that numerically , the katirs are more important than all the remaining tribes of kafiristan put togather.”
on page 76 of the book he mentions sub katir tribe
namely (1) kamoz (living in bashgul valley) ,(2) kti or katwar (residing in kti valley) , (3) kulam(4) Ramgilis or gabariks, they are also called ramgul kafir (5) kamtoz
while talking about presun or viron tribe he says that
they are simple , peaceful and industrious people. He mentioned that
priestly clan “ Utahdari “ resided at village named Agaru . while bilezhedari clan of kam people reside at Agasti village.
on page -21author mentions kafir’s supeme war god – shrine of gish. and moni.kafirs were worshipping their supreme deity “ Imra( Yama), the creator of all things in heaven and cartli. (page 38) “ (even wikipedia says it is hindu god yama) .he also mentoins that nominally higher grade than the ordinary
Jast is called by the Kam Kafirs “ Mir,” by which they
mean king.(page -472)
Yes people of Bashgul valley and Kam Valley faught for Bharatvarsha for 1000 years. I think nobody from us can challange their love for Bharatvarsha.The unknown soldiers of Bashgul Valley knew that their Ram is in London (Page -160 Kafirs of Hindukusha).The facts on page-472 also signals who Russians are. Yes they are clue to Kam valley. And we don’t know anything about? Is Kam valley is clue to worshiping Imra (Yama) too. To undrstand realtion between Kam valley of Kafiristan and Kama river of Russia..one has to read Okha Haran.Okha haran is clue to that migration historty.
Author also gave description how Kafir women danced before God of war “Gish” with wearing Horn Dress. Horn dress is ancient tradition of vedic Sindhu culture.The Harapan Pashupatinath had also two horns.In Ancient gaul there was also tradition of worshiping “Horned God”.George Scott Robertson mentions that ….
All the horns are about an inch in diameter at the base, and are made of the same material as the pad. At the front of the pad, resting on the brow of the woman, is an ornamented square iron bar five inches in length and about a third of an inch in thickness, and immediately below this is a spiral iron ornament, three inches and a half from side to side and one inch in diameter.”(page -513)
Mentioning weapons of kafirs author mentions “ Kafir weapons are the dagger, bows and arrows, spears, and matchlocks. The arrow-head is of a peculiar shape. It is three-sided, and has three sharp edges which meet at the point, and are peculiar from the fact that their other extremity is prolonged backwards from a quarter to half an inch beyond the base of the bayonct-sliapcd arrow-head. This must make the arrow very difficult to extract from a wound. (page -574)
Three pronged arrow heads
If we see the record of “Three pronged arrow heads” then in the book “Classical Hindu mythology: a reader in the Sanskrit Puranas”Cornelia Dimmitt, Johannes Adrianus Bernardus Buitenen mentions that constellation Pusya,the three cities were joined together in a row. And Hara , the three eyed master of the three strides,immediately shot his three -pronged arrow made of the three deities at Tripura.(page -197)”
Means Three pronged arrow head has its origin in ancient Indian tradition and the World knows that three pronged arrow heads reached Europe.
In previous post we seen that Coat of Arms of Dutch (Devashch?) east India company carry picture of Shiva with Trishul in his hand .Now look at symbol of French East India Company.The symbol will remind you of three pronged Arrow. Is it clue to Ram ?
KASYAP PURA AND kALSA RAJA
THE LINK WILL EXPLAIN YOU CONNECTION BETWEEN kASHYAPAPURA AND kISHTWAR….NOW DONT UNDERSTAND THESE LEGENDES ONLY…LAV NANDAN
(TURN EVERYTHING INTO REALITY. THE LINK WILL SAY YOU ABOUT KASYAPPURA AND ITS KING kALSA….
( STILL YOU CAN NOT UNDERSTAND KALAS PROVINCE AND KALASH TRIBE? WHO STILL DEFEND GATE WAY OF INDIA?)
Last cry of sinking “Sita”
In fact Rudyard kipling and George Scott Robertson told us the sotry of “The last cry of sinking of Sita”. Kafirs , the protectoers of gate way of india were fighting since 1000 years with full trust on “Ram”. Unfortunately during turmoilic period of 1000 years ,entire country forgot Capisa and its warriors. Only unrecognised Ram was present there (In the form of Britishers and French) to listen to last cry of sinking Sita. .Entire country forgot the kafir warriors of Capisa . The movement started by Gorakhnath on the Bank of jhelam was also forgotten.. Everybody , yes, virtualy everybody forgot Capisa and its last Brahmin king Kallar. Last kashtriya king left Kapisa gave command of Capisa to Brahmin King and departed for Long war. Nobody remembers that last Kashtriya king..No body care to search out last kashtriya king of Kabulshahi..Only he is carying soul of Bharatvarsha.
At last “Ram”was present to listen to the last cry of sinking people of Capisa. By 1896 kafiristan became Nuristan.
After this catastrofic event of Indian history , there was drought and famine in India.The 1899 famine, took 4.5 million life.
Druaght and famine further detorieted the situation . But in 1919, gearing up with its full strength , British troops entered Afghanistn for the third time .
Third Anglo-Afghan War (1919)
(1919 : Turning point of History)
“ The Third Anglo-Afghan War) began on 6 May 1919 and ended on 8 August 1919. While it was essentially a minor tactical victory for the British in so much as they were able to repel the regular Afghan forces, in many ways it was a strategic victory for the Afghans. For the British, the Durand Line was reaffirmed as the political boundary between Afghanistan and British India and the Afghans agreed not to foment trouble on the British side. In the aftermath, the Afghans were able to resume the right to conduct their own foreign affairs as a fully independent state.
If we look at Durandline , then we can see that Durandline runs between Kafiristan and chitral. on one side of Durand line there is chitral while on another side there is Nuristan (Kafiristan). I want to say that Third Afghan war made possible Durand line and that way Kalash people(In border of present Pakistan)people made safe from Afghan invaders.
Link to Third Afghan war
Link to Durand line
Khilafat Movement (!919)
Ram was struggling hard for his Kafir Bhakt. But opposition slogans started in India . Unfortunately those opposition movement paved way for “Khilafat Movement “in the same year (1919).Khilafat Movement got support in the Land of Ram ,and so called Britishers could not do anything for Kafiristan thereafter. “The Khilafat movement (1919-1924) was a pan-Islamic, political campaign launched by Muslims in British India to influence the British government and to protect the Ottoman Empire during the aftermath of World War I.”
Link to Khilafat movement
who will save Chitral ?
when Amir of Afghanistan created Nuristan out of Kafiristan , escaping peopoles took shelter in neighbouring Chitral valley (Present Pakistan). The British rule prevailed there.On the highest peak of Hindukush “Tirichmir”indeginious kalash people are dweling since antiquity.
“The Kalasha or Kalash, are indigenous people of the Hindu Kush mountain range, residing in the Chitral District of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. They speak the Kalasha language, from the Dardic family of the Indo-Iranian languages, and are considered a unique tribe among the Indo-Aryan population
The culture of Kalash people is unique and differs drastically from the various ethnic groups surrounding them. They are polytheists and nature plays a highly significant and spiritual role in their daily life. As part of their religious tradition, sacrifices are offered and festivals held to give thanks for the abundant resources of their three valleys. Kalash mythology and folklore has been compared to that of ancient Greece, but they are much closer to Indo-Iranian (Vedic and pre-Zoroastrian) traditions. kalash people have also European look. when some asks about their look they have no escuse but to say that they are descendants of Alexander the Great’s soldiers. But Hindukush know that they are indigenous people living on highest pick of Hindukush named Tirichmir.
The three main festivals of the Kalash are the Joshi festival in late May, the Uchau in autumn, and the Caumus in midwinter.
Joshi is celebrated at the end of May each year. The first day of Joshi is “Milk Day”, on which the Kalash offer libations of milk that have been saved for ten days prior to the festival.
The most important Kalash festival is the Chawmos (cawmos, ghona chawmos yat, Khowar “chitrimas” from *caturmasya, , which is celebrated for two weeks at winter solstice at the beginning of the month chawmos mastruk. It marks the end of the year’s fieldwork and harvest. It involves much music, dancing, and the sacrifice of many goats. It is dedicated to the god Balimain who is believed to visit from the mythical homeland of the Kalash, Tsyam (Tsiyam, tsíam), for the duration of the feast. Food sacrifices are offered at the clans’ Jeshtak shrines, dedicated to the ancestors.
Link to Chitral
Link to Kalash people
Khilafat V/S last cry of Kafirs (1919)
Unfortunately the people of India , who were not listening to the last cry of Kafir warriors ( the warriors of the gateway of India)but opted to listen to the cry of Khalifat of Istambul .It was turning point for destiny of ancient Bharatvarsha. It happened after 1000 years.Unique idea of supporting khilafat movement emeged after 1000 years..! until that juncture people of India were fighting against invaders. The death of war God “Gish” failed to create feelings of anguish and pain into heart of Indian people ,instaed they see miracle in new idea of supporting Khilafat movement of Istambul. People spell bound with the unique idea of supporting Khilafat movement . The attraction to that miraculous Idea changed the fate of Bharatvarsha.People forgot the movement started by “Gorkhnath” ,instead they started supporting Khilafat. The people who remained sensitive to last cry of Kafirs become sensitive for khilafat cause .History of Bharatvarsha took “U Turn” without knowing unrecognised “Ram” ,his anguish and his pains. Yes, it was paradox. while Ram was behind Kafirs of Hindukush, people of the country started supporting Khilafat.
“Ram” saw that people of Hindustan forgot Capisa . They are not listening to kafir’s last cry but joined hands to fight for “Khilafat” cause. After long 1000 years people of India masmarised with reverse motion. They saw like miracle in the new idiea , because “The Idiea” propagated after 1000 years. The Gorkhnath movement started by Gorakhnath and Kallar ( last Brahmin king of Kabul) mat dead end. The long 1000 years war given by the brave people of Capisa ….. all in vain. “Ram” came , but people could not recognize him. At last Ram concluded (In 1919 itself) that people of India forgot “Gate way of India” and “Ram” too.
Now we have list of Kafr tribes, who faught at Capisa -Gate way of India – for 1000 years .In coming chapters we shall try to recognize those great Kafir warrior tribes. None of us ever look towards those unknown fightrs…who gave brave fight for 1000 years but trapped at last …because people of counry took “U” turn suddenly. People of the country forget them totally. We shall check..who they were? Either they were Gods?
Link to Khilafat movement
Reminder to the history of Capisa (Jara Yad karo kurbani)
Link to Nuristani people (Jara yad karo kurbani)
Link to Chitral people (Jara yad karo kurbani)
Essense of entire research
Echoes that connect Capysa and London
What Kafir mentions about London…and what Bard to King of “Isle of Man” mentioned before 2000 years…are the clues between London and Lav nandan. Is it not surprising that two person at different continents speak the same word? After spell of 2000 years? Kafirs words echoed in my ears through out research..when I come to listen to echo of Kafir’s words in to the poetry by Bard in personification of King of Isle of Man…I felt like Blast. I decided to find more and more clues. Present research is echo of those words of Kafirs only..surprising Kafirs last cries was not misleading.
Bard to King of Isle of Man says that..
“In the name of the God Trinity, exhibit thy charity ! A numerous race, of ungentle manners, ‘ Repeat their invasion of Britain, chief of isles : Men from a country in Asia, and the region of CapyS ; J A people of iniquitous design : the land is not known That was their mother. They made a devious course by sea. In their flowing garments, who can equal them ? With design are they called in,with theiir short spears, those fqes.”
Book link to “ THE MYTHOLOGY AND RITES OF THE British Druids”
1919 paradox of Indian History
Until 1919 people were fighting against invaders. But suddenly some people decided to support Khilafat Movement. That was turning point of Sanatan History of India. People felt some sort of miracle in that Idea. yes it was ” U ” turn of Sanatan history of Hindustan after long 1000 years.People liked Sudden Idea of supporting Khilafat of Turkastan. It was begining of reverse process. The moment we started telling Goodby to Ram.. ! Seed of Quit India movement lies in support to Khilafat movement of Turkstan…!
What Ram Thought ?
The people did not look at warriors who faught at gate way of India ..and shading their Bloods since centuries..! People strated walking on dead Bodies of warriors…who shed their blood since centuries…and shook hands with invading forces. People lost their Intrest in martyres and theeir cause. People decided different cause and different goals.
queiton that puzzle me
Kafir verses Khilafat
The people who nevevr looked at Gate way of India and denied to listened to the last shricks and cries of Kafirs….suddenly started listening cries and shricks of Turkastan. They nevevr listen to the kafirs who were fighting at Gate way of India to defend them…but suddenly they listened to cries and Shricks of Troubled Khilafat of Turkstan..far away from Hindustan…!Why this happened ? why this happened ? This quetion puzzle me. This ” U ” turn cause of our fall? Cries of Kafirs never listened by us. we started harrasing Ram..our own Ram. Ram..Lav nandan became helpless.
(But now Last shricks are listened and echoing in our ears…that we dont want to listen since centuries…It will continue to Haunt us.)
When Ram started war Against Rawan…No manav helpled him..Only Vanar clans(Monkeys), Garuds(Eagle clans) helped him…..But in the case of his war for “Gate way of India ” … Manav and Mahamanv hindered his all the efforts.
My last straight quetion….why we nevevr listened to cries and Shricks of Kafirs..who were defending us since centuries?
Why suddenly cries and shrick of Khilafat of Turkastan reached our Ears? What sort of sensitivity we are carryin or nurturing ? If cries of Khilafat of Turkstan can be listened suddenly ? why not Srinks or cries of Kafirs never listened to? From there story of Betrayal to our own Gods begin..Robertson had to write..” War God Gish dead at Gate way of India “.. Nitzsche had to write …”WE Killed the GOds..we all are Murderers.”
History proceed further..
We opted to name our new history..with beutiful name..”Rashtrawad”….Miracle after Miracle played in Bhratvarsha. Model of Rashtrawad minus Gate way of India accepted in Ibdia..as new model….A model in which no body can talk about Gate way of India…! New MOdel of HIndutva emerged .Previuosly we were Sanatani…Sanatani minus so many things = Hindutva model accepted by India. Ram minus Lav nandan model accepted in India. People felt themselves clever and happy in these new emerging models.
Surprising, new model of “Banana eating” also emerge. It was wonderful model .In which one can eat Banana and throw skins on Lav nandan. Lav nandan became our dust bin. We created Model in which …evrything can be blamed on Lav nandan and …we can eat Banana peacefully…(simultaneouly can throw Banana skins on Lav nandan) .
Now , that dust Bin has been searched …Cries of Kafirs that we never listened to …lead us towards Lav nandan…to whom we put into dustbin and throwing skins of Banana joyfully..! WE NEVER LOOKED AT KAFIRS..WE NEVER LISTENED TO CRIES OF KAFIRS..SHOULD WE TRUST HIS LAST WORDS? NOW.. ONLY LAST WORDS OF KAFIR REMAIN ONLY CLUE BETWEEN BHARAT VARSHA AND RAM.(YA BELIEVE LAST CRY OF kAFIR DO YOU ?)
We are blaming Lav nandan for Listening to last cries of Kafirs..who were fighting at gate way of India. We punished Ram..Lav nandan for his that act.
Surprisingly new model of feelings also emerged..New model of proud and senmsitivity. Marvellous prudentness AND skills required for all these New Models ?
you may surprise by the event of conversion of Dulipsingh to Christianity….You read about Ranjitsingh and Dullipsingh. What Khalsa forget after long interwal of time frame..Ranjitsingh and Dulipsingh could remember.They know their origin. They also faught at gate way of India for 1000 years alongwith Lav nandan. Kafir worshiper of Imra belong to this tribe.
For thier historical connection with Manu you have to read founding History of Ayodhya.Agni , Friend to Manu came to Ayodhya and informed Manu that is Brother Yama also got saved in Jal Pralaya. Yama has reached Far west see shore. There he found so many dead bodies at see shore. He founded there two colonies…..Swarge and Narke. Dear original name of Sweden is Swarge and there is Narke province too there. They belong to Irminons group of Aryans in Europe. Think…about History of Ayodhya…when Manu founded Ayodhya his brother Yama was in far west…….There should not be two sided migration ? After all Manu and Yama were Brothers.
Read about Goths and Jat now. Both says ancient history of Talwandi.Ranjitsingh and his son Dulipsingh could recognise Lav nandan but remaining sikhs could not recognise Him.
Link to Goth people.
Link to Jat people
Link to Thervingi in Europe.
Link to Talwandi in Punjab.
Look what sikh did for thier Ram.…we also failed them.
Read The Link and Look yourself How Ramdasi sikhs gave fare well to Ram….when entire country said quit India to Lav nandan.
Look How Ramdasi sikhs ever remain With Ram..Lav nandan during his struggle for Gate way of India .