All I can say at present is that the Muslims in the Government of Sindi loved having Om Mandli as it gave them a stick to beat the Hindus with. Hindus in the Government of Sind detested Om Mandli, and the government was almost pulled down by them threatening to leave and so on. Om Radhe and my suspicions Lekhraj Kirpalani, although he was very canny to stick to the background absolving all responsibility, was unforgivingly and publicly rabid in her criticism against what she saw as the Bhaibund lifestyle (sex, meat, drink etc) and I am sure, I know, that members of the Moslems in the Government were loving every minute of you. You must dig out the papers of the day many of which were British owned and English speaking.proy wrote:This is what I was always taught, and I always had my doubts. Is it true? Did the Pakistani's really want them to stay or were they chucked out because they were Hindus and Pakistan was a new Islamic state? Or for some other reason? Or were they offered a better deal by the Indians around Mt. Abu?
POINT ONE: I need more time to go through the papers but I am ABSOLUTLEY sure that it was not some naive fairy story as has been recounted. It was a political and religious warzone, with serious money and underground influences flying around in the background, about which the right of the sexual act was at the heart of it.
I don't know. I would much rather ask the question, "... was Lekhraj Kirpalani daughter raped by the Mukhi's son whilst she was married and living under the protection of the Father?" I think that in a rational, down to earth manner, you might actually be closer to finding out the truth about what started all this hysteria off. It is like trying to analyse a child abuse case where the child cannot express and explain what happened to it expect by dreams and stories.
There was no such thing as the "the Pakistani people". If they know "the leaders" name them.
POINT TWO: around 1950, the Yagya was periliously near bankruptcy and was apparently bailed out by a large donation.
- Perhaps - and I am only asking the question - perhaps the Yagya was given an offer they could not refuse to clear out?
As for the
They were still advertising Prajapati God Brahma in 1949.BKWSU wrote:"very deep realizations about God – His name, His form"
OK ... anyone else help me out here? I am in touch with some Sindhis, and so may be it will all come out. If others would apply themselves, it might help.