Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Swadesh Samhati Sambad - December 2015

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Friday, October 16, 2015

Hindu Religious Deities of Durga Puja Desecrated In Sodepur, West Bengal

Oct 16, 2015 - Published by Hindu Samhati Global Media

Reports of several incidents regarding desecration of Maa Durga's idol are coming from different areas of the State of West Bengal. In the most cases, when reported, police is apathetic to catch the perpetrators and advising the complainants to disturb communal harmony.
Last night, murthis of Ganesha, Laxmi, Sarawati & Kartik were thrashed at Sodepur under Pursura PS in the district of Hooghly. Hindus in that area became very furious and they approached police to nab culprits. Surprisingly, police advised them not to make a issue of it and offered them financial assistance. Villagers strongly refused the offer and organized road-block demanding arrest of the culprits. The blockade was withdrawn later after police assured them of arresting the culprits.

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Monday, October 12, 2015

The Solemn Promise Of Hindu Samhati

Hindu Samhati Is One Hundred Percent Committed To Struggle For Our Holy Land Of Bengal And The Lives And Honour Of Our Mothers & Sisters.

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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Press Release on Ban on Cow Slaughter & Consumption of Cow Flesh throughout the State of West Bengal

We believe that the Government is liable to treat everybody’s religious sentiments with due respect. In accordance with this, Hindu Samhati sent a letter to the Hon’ble Chief Minister of West Bengal requesting her to ban slaughter and trade of beef throughout the State. It, further, requested to begin the process during the four days of Durga Puja, i.e. from 19th October to 22nd October, 2015, the greatest festival of Bengali Hindus. We requested the government to strictly conform to the West Bengal Animal Slaughter Control Act 1950 which was ruled by Supreme Court also. In reply to this, however CM has clearly expressed her stand by postponing the immersion of Durga Idols by 2 days because of celebration of Muharram by Muslims.

It’s also being propagandized that beef ban would harm the religious sentiment of Minorities. However eating beef is not a ritual mentioned in any religious scriptures of Islam. So, banning on slaughter of beef does not violate the religious sentiment of Muslims in any sense. However, in India, the beef eating and cow slaughter have been associated with the religion of Islam in such a way that demand for ban has become synonymous with hurting the minority sentiment.

We believe that despite having no relation between eating beef and religious sentiment of Muslims, the trend of increasing cow slaughter in Hindu majority areas is being done only to hurt the religious sentiment of Hindus. We strongly condemn this evil intention of communal disharmony. We request all sensible citizens of WB to come forward and protest against this conspiracy.

 We have taken an initiative to send a signed mass petition to the Honorable CM. We got support from Hindus from all corner of the society irrespective of their political inclination. We also got support from respected members of various social organizations. We shall decide the next step of this movement according to the response we receive from administration.


Devdutta Maji
Vice President, Hindu Samhati


Sunday, September 20, 2015

Hindu Samhati's Appeal To Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee On Beef Flesh Ban During Durga Puja 2015 ------- Section of Media Distorts Intent !

Debtanu Bhattacharya, Secretary of Hindu Samhati, sent a letter to the Chief Minister of West Bengal, on 15th September 2015 requesting her to "ban slaughtering and transportation of cows and selling / mobilization of beef throughout the State of West Bengal immediately". He, further, requested the CM to "ban slaughtering and transportation of cows and selling / mobilization of beef throughout the State for 04 (four) days i.e. from 19th October 2015 to 22nd October 2015 during the auspicious occasion of the Durga Puja so that religious sentiments of Hindus does not get hurt".
Bhattacharya, in his letter, argued if the date for Visarjana (Vijaya Dashami) of Durga Idol could be altered last year as that collided with Eid, if the traditional route of the ISKCON Rath Yatra could be altered as that collided with Muharram and Hindus cooperated with Muslims & administration on both occasions, why can't beef be banned to honor sentiment of Hindus?


Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Swadesh Samhati Sambad - Bengali Mouthpiece of Hindu Samhati (April 2015)



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Sunday, March 22, 2015

Facebook - Tapan Ghosh - RSS Attempting To Explain Ideology to Muslims - Some Questions.

On March 18 2015, newly appointed Prant Karyavah (State Secretary) of South Bengal Sri Jishnu Basu addressed a press conference at RSS office at Kolkata. Not many paper/media covered it. But "Ei Samay", the Bengali newspaper of TOI group, published a 2 column report today. According to this report, RSS going to start a Post-Card campaign targeting Muslim youths, to change it's image among them. By printed message on these postcards, RSS will make a serious effort to convince the Muslim youths that RSS is not anti Muslim and not against any other religions.


 My question to W Bengal RSS :

(1) Is it not an appeasement policy?

(2) Should it be a priority for RSS in a border state like West Bengal with 30% Muslim population?

(3) Will it help the persecuted Hindus in Muslim dominated areas of rural Bengal to get rid of many types of tortures inflicted upon them by the fanatic Muslims?

(4) Will it not confuse the tortured Hindus more?

(5) Will it stop Hindu migration from many border areas?

(6) Will these post cards really be able to take out the Muslims from the influence of Masjid & Madrasas?

(7) Is not RSS aware of the large number of incidents of Hindu persecution everyday in innumerable places of rural Bengal?

(8) Does not RSS know the incidents of massive tortures/large scale violence upon Hindus by Muslims in the very district (South 24 Parganas) of Sri Jishnu Basu, e.g, Rupnagar-Taranagar (2012), Canning-Naliakhali (2013), Usthi (2015)?

(9) Is there any effort on the part of RSS to create any Hindu resistance in W Bengal?

(10) Does RSS feel at all any necessity of Hindu resistance in state like W Bengal?

(11) Does not RSS see any danger of another partition of West Bengal by the Islamic separatist tendency?

(12) Is RSS at all concerned about the safety, security and honour of defenseless ordinary Hindu people in rural areas?


Sunday, March 15, 2015

VIDEO - Hindu Samhati 7th Anniversary Rally-2015 - Part 1

Facebook - Tapan Ghosh - Fatwa Against Female Athletes In West Bengal

Leading Bengali daily Ananda Bazar Patrika today reported a very disturbing news which clearly shows that in West Bengal, Sharia is more powerful than Indian Constitution and Maulavis are more powerful than all IAS, IPS, WBCS officers. http://www.anandabazar.com/…/…/girls-dress-football-1.124047

 In the village of Chandipur under Harishchandrapur block in Malda district, yesterday local administration stopped Women's Football match obeying the Fatwa of local Maulavis. The Maul...avis ordered to stop the match because according to Sharia (1) women are not allowed to wear tight dress & (2) people are not allowed to see the women in tight dress. 

 Plz note the names of the village & the block. Both the devout Hindu names are testimony that this area was once predominantly Hindu area. Now it is Muslim majority area. Not only that, Sharia and Maulavis' words are rule here.

What awaits in future for the Hindus in West Bengal? Will the Secus & Mekus (Commies) have the spine to answer this question???


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Thank you Modiji for your courage of conviction in Hindutva ideology.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

End of a Secular Bangladesh?

Lipika Pelham

New York Times...March 6, 2015 (OP-ED)
Covered in blood, she stands over the body of her husband lying on a sidewalk on the Dhaka University campus. Onlookers, their faces stunned and fearful, circle the protagonists in what looks like a macabre scene from a Bengali jatra, or village opera.
Except this is not a play. The dead man is Avijit Roy, the Bangladeshi-American blogger known for his staunch atheism, and he has just been butchered with machetes. Islamist extremists are suspected in the attack.
This picture was relayed around the world after Mr. Roy and his wife, who were living in the Atlanta suburbs, were brutally attacked during a visit to Bangladesh as they were returning by cycle rickshaw from a book fair.
The spot where the attack took place is close to the university’s teacher-student center, where young people typically crowd around the tea stalls debating politics, philosophy and current affairs.
Some 25 years ago, I sat on those rickety wooden stools and discussed the same issues Mr. Roy wrote about in his blog, Mukto-mona (Free Mind) and his recent book, “The Virus of Faith.” We students openly proclaimed our atheism. We probably provoked some strong reactions, but we did not fear for our lives. We were proud of the Bengali tradition of secularism, unique to the Indian Subcontinent.
Bangladesh has changed. The expansion of the garment industry and the rise of microfinance and community development banks put an end to the stereotype of Bangladesh as a “basket case.” But economic empowerment also brought mass access to information. Today the disenfranchised and disgruntled can identify themselves with extremists anywhere in the world. What is their common identity? Religion.
When India was divided in 1947, East Bengal became part of Muslim Pakistan purely on the basis of its religious majority. A year later, Urdu was imposed as the national language. The Bengali language has always been linked with secular Bengali nationalism. Protests followed, and on Feb. 21, 1952, the Pakistani police opened fire on students at Dhaka University. That day — perhaps the beginning of the conflicts that culminated in the 1971 war of independence — is remembered every year in Bangladesh and in the Indian state of West Bengal, and the monthlong book fair is one of the commemorative events. When I tried to visit the fair just a few days before Mr. Roy was killed, I couldn’t make it through the crowds at the entrance to the university campus.
I had gone back to Bangladesh with two of my children so they could experience the sounds and colors that I grew up with. The first sign that things had changed was at Heathrow, when an attendant at the Bangladeshi airline desk said that we would not be allowed to enter the country because of the Israeli stamps on our British passports. I explained that I had visited with the same passport before, and we entered Dhaka without any hiccups. My confidence in Bengali liberal-mindedness thus restored, the children and I got in a motorized rickshaw, headed for the port of Sadarghat.
On the way, my 13-year-old daughter observed, “I thought it would be much more colorful. Are there no women in Dhaka?” Looking around, I realized that most women were covered in black burqas or hijabs — a style that I had seen in such large numbers only in the Middle East. Many of their male companions wore long white dishdashas and skullcaps.
I remembered that stretch as being one of the most colorful streets, with shop fronts spilling over with spices and trinkets, men and women loudly bargaining to get the best deal. Even in Dhaka’s swanky areas, I was dismayed to find stores filled with hijabs and full-face coverings, with signs on the front windows reading “For True Muslim Women.”
Were the Muslim women of my childhood, who simply flung the ends of their saris over their heads, not “true” enough?
My father was Muslim, but before I became an atheist, I had embraced my ancestral Hinduism, visiting temples and lighting lamps for the festival of lights, Deepavali. I never feared being treated as an apostate. Now I do. Now if a passport control officer in Dhaka asked me what religion I belonged to, I would think twice before saying I was a former Hindu. Or worse: an atheist.
Thinking of Mr. Roy’s book, “The Virus of Faith,” I asked my Bengali friends: How did this virus find such a welcome platform? How did it spread so far that secularism has become a restricted word?
“Unfortunately, over the past decade or so, all the attacks on secular thinkers — who include people from all religious backgrounds — were committed by self-styled defenders of Islam,” Jibanananda Jayanta, a Dhaka-based social activist, told me.
This prompted many secularists from Muslim backgrounds to distance themselves from Islam. They were in turn accused of blasphemy. The poet and author Taslima Nasrin went into exile in 1994 to flee death threats from Islamist radicals. But what were then threats or fatwas became in more recent years coldblooded killings on crowded streets.
Some friends described the murder of Mr. Roy as “copycat violence,” imitating similar attacks by fanatics elsewhere — part of the globalization of Islamism. In 2004, another writer, Humayun Azad, was severely injured during an attack that also occurred at the annual book fair. And in 2013, Ahmed Rajib Haider, an atheist blogger, was killed by machete-wielding Islamic radicals.
In both of those cases, the attackers demanded that the government pass a law against blasphemy, similar to the one that exists in Pakistan. Although the current government has strongly opposed such a law, it has nonetheless catered to Islamic political parties by harassing and arresting many secular bloggers. It has also used the existing law against hurting “religious sentiment” to punish dissenters.
After Avijit Roy’s murder, mourners placed a banner at the temporary memorial near the site of the attack. Its words could not be more true: “If Avijit is beaten, so is Bangladesh.”
Lipika Pelham is the author of the memoir “The Unlikely Settler.”


Twitter - Tapan Ghosh - BJP knew we were advancing cause of peace-PDP


Advani was HM when in 2002 we released Geelani,Yasin Malik,Shabir Shah.

Twitter - Tapan Ghosh - Mufti buying time to fulfill his separatist agenda

Twitter - Tapan Ghosh - Foreign funded NGOs responsible for this image of India abroad

Twitter - Tapan Ghosh - Will Bengal BJP React On This ?


This report clearly shows dat Muslims Will not be satisfied unless they get another chunk of West Bengal as Islamic land.

Twitter - Tapan Ghosh - Seven years of Hindu Persecution in West Bengal

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Facebook - Tapan Ghosh - The Price For Peace

Nothing in the world can be owned free of cost, so is peace. When you cannot own a petty pencil without paying for it, how can you expect to have peace free of cost? Our forefathers failed to pay the price of peace in East Bengal and as a result, became refugee. Do you still prefer to follow the same path they chose? You and your, so called secularism are taking West Bengal towards another Islamic land. West Bengal will not survive for long. Who is going to save a race, which has not learned any lesson from the partition of 1947?

Peace never comes without appropriate price and the price for peace is to acknowledge the root cause for disruption of peace. Peace cannot come by bowing before unjust acts. You have to fight against unjust for restoration of peace. Your naive attitude is not going to help you in this regard. Power is the best force for peace. Do Bengali Hindus have that power? Don't you know why Hindus are selling their properties in Park Circus area and settling to another places? You know it very well but pretend as unaware due to lack of power. You call yourself secular, liberal, progressive, why don't you go and stand beside those Hindus? In reality, you are so incapable that you even try to hide the reality of Park Circus and Metiabruz.

Hindus in Kashmir were never members of RSS or Shiv Sena. I visited their refugee camps and witnessed, they kept their children unaware about the name of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, they never raised the slogans like "Jai Shree Ram" fearing it might offend Muslims around them. Hindus in East Bengal never became members of RSS, yet they could not save themselves from Islamic persecution, atrocities and rape. You are leading West Bengal only to that way once again. So, before it is too late, try to understand that peace can be achieved only through war, nothing else.

Twitter - Tapan Ghosh - Dr. Radheshyam Brahmachari

Who are interested to read the strong articles of scientist historian Dr. Radheshyam Brahmachari, see -

Twitter - Tapan Ghosh - Celebrating Shiv Jayanti