Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb-2

Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb

DSM Satyarthi

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Chapter 2 

Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar

Aurangzeb was furious.

He could not bear Dārāshikoh was still following Dīn-e-Ilāhī.

Roshan Ārā smiled cunningly.

“Muħīuddīn, are you crazy?”

“Bājī,” Aurangzeb looked at her furiously.

Xatrasāl was laughing at your foolishness.”

“And you think Xatrasāl is right. I am really a damn fool?” Aurangzeb asked his sister heatedly.

He was fed up of Dīn-e-Ilāhī.

He could not understand why Mughal-e-Åāzam Shahanshāh Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar devised this new religion.

Wasn’t it Hinduism itself renewed?

 

He could not bear that Bairam Kħān killed Samrāŧ Hém Chandr Vikramāditý with his sword, despite Shahanshāh Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar had ordered Bairam Kħān not to kill him.

Why the hell his great grandfather, Shahanshāh Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar, could not bear it?

Didn’t he know then Hindus were not as innocent as they claim to be?

If they were why their ever mysterious leader,  Kumār Durgesh of Shivgađh, had raped his Nagađ-Dādī Ħuzūr, Ħamīdah Bano Bégum, in her Shab-e-Ůrosī?

 

Roshan Ārā smiled.

“He has a point, Muħīuddīn,”

Xatrasāl?”

“Sure.”

“What?” Aurangzeb was not interested actually.

“It’s in our favor that Dārāshikoh still believes in Dīn-e-Ilāhī. The entire Musalmīn would favor us against Dārāshikoh Bhāījān.”

“I’ve already thought about it, Bājī,” Aurangzeb said disinterestedly.

“Oh,”

“They are not as many in numbers now even as they were when our ancestor, Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar, invaded India.”

Shahzādī Roshan Ārā was dumbfounded.

She could not believe what her ever ambitious brother, Aurangzeb, was reporting to her.

How the hell was it possible?*

Humāyūn’s Wife Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, and Humāyūn were in Humāyūn’s bedroom, making out.

Humāyūn had one hand inside her blouse and another up her skirt, and it was just getting really good when Humāyūn’s Hindu Brother in law Durgesh walked in.

Humāyūn’s beautiful sister, Shahzādī Gulbadan Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar, wasn’t married to me now exactly.

Yet, Humāyūn knew she loved the mysterious Kumar Durgesh of Shivgarh and even  Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar was interested in this relationship, to retain it at every cost.

There were some communal Musalmīn who thought it was an insult to them.

Yet weren’t such damn fools always present everywhere?

“No successful Musalmān Badshah ever heard such Pseudo Musalmīn.” Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar had grimaced, “They are damn fools. Actually they are jealous of our success with ever powerful Hindus.”

Humāyūn agreed with his father.

“Whoa, sorry,” I said seeing them. “Don’t worry, I’ll sleep on the couch.”

Humāyūn felt bad because he knew I’d get no sleep outside in the dorm common room.

Humāyūn pulled a blanket over Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, and himself, and told me to stay a while.

Humāyūn figured the least we could do is drink a wine with me before requesting me out.

Humāyūn could tell Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, was embarrassed, and Humāyūn felt her buttoning up her blouse and pulling her skirt down under the blanket.

One beer led to another, and Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, and Humāyūn had already had some before I got there, so Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, and Humāyūn were getting pretty buzzed.

Then I rolled a joint, so soon Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, and Humāyūn were high on beer and grass.

Humāyūn started kissing and fondling Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī.

The blanket got pushed off and Humāyūn’s hands were inside her blouse and up her skirt again.

It got so hot Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, and Humāyūn, both forgot about me.

When Humāyūn remembered, he looked over to me and expected to see me asleep, or politely pretending to be asleep, but I wasn’t.

Instead, I was intently watching as Humāyūn kissed and fondled Humāyūn’s Wife.

Surprisingly, being watched by me turned Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, and Humāyūn on.

Consequently Humāyūn didn’t stop or tell me to look away. Instead, Humāyūn unbuttoned Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī’s blouse so I had a clear view of her lacy bra.

Right around then Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī, remembered that I was in the room, and Humāyūn felt her body tense.

Maybe it was the beer and pot talking, but Humāyūn whispered “Let’s give Durgesh a show. He is proud of his unique legendary Hindu sex prowess. The ever sexiest Hindu is sleeping now with almost our entire beautiful Musalmān houseladies whether Sunni, Shiå or else. I want him to show that even if we Musalmīn don’t have any Kām Sūtr, neither we ever worship their Shiv Ling, we Musalmīn are still not very much far behind than Hindus in sex too.”

Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī’s eyes grew wide.

“Are you serious, Jahānpanāh?”*

 

Humāyūn understood the hardships of life more than Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī.

It was Humāyūn Shershah Sūrī had defeated, not Ħamīdah Bāno Bégum, Maryam Makānī.

She didn’t know how Durgesh saved his life and the honor of his extremely beautiful Sunni Musalmān houseladies.

Shershah Sūrī had followed him when he was defeated and running away from Shershah Sūrī to gather his power once again.

The wind howled and swept down, almost ripping the tent flap from its seams.

Frigid air elbowed in, sending arctic fingers down warm napes, devouring the thin blue flames of the fire.

The beautiful woman lying on the muslin mattress on the bed put her legs on both of my nude shoulders.

“There’s only one way, Kumar, to save the beautiful Musalmān houseladies of my cousin, Nasīruddīn Muħammad Humāyūn. Yet, you are too moral to do that.”

I penetrated her smiling cunningly.

“You don’t know me exactly, Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah. I don’t belong to this era even. My actual homewhen is Sr’shŧi Samvat 1, 97, 29, 49, 115.”

Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah laughed.

“I do understand. Mughalistān isn’t very much faraway from Hindustan. Our mankind are too much rough and tough. They are fighters, looters, attackers and hate a peaceful life intrinsically.”

“They are Pashavo Jāymānāh. Theyare underevolved still now.”

“My father, Jahāngīr Mirzah Sānī, says you always act mysterious to make us believe that you don’t belong to this era.”

I smiled paternally almost.

“You can’t understand me, neither can your father, Jahāngīr Mirzah Sānī, too. However, I’m glad you Musalmān cuties love us Hindu mankind more than even your own Musalmān mankind.”

Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah smiled cunningly.

“Our mankind loves wars even more than us, while you Hindus even war with Musalmīn for us. It’s quite natural that we Musalmān cuties too love you Hindus in return. You always protect us from our ever inconsiderate rough and tough war loving Musalmān mankind. While our ever inconsiderate rough and tough war loving Musalmān mankind even use us to get the inside information from you Hindus even if we sleep with you Hindus for it. They say it’s our religious duty.”

To sleep with us Hindus?” I smiled scornfully.

Everything is fair in love and war. You Hindus don’t understand it.”

“Sure, neither we want to understand it ever. Anyway what’s it now you are doing with me actually, love or war?”

“Love for us, war for my ever inconsiderate rough and tough war loving Musalmān mankind.” Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah chuckled.

I laughed caressing her heavy pink glorious Musalmān buttocks, increasing my pace too.

“There are some Musalmīn that are very afraid of you.” Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah constricted her vaginal muscles around my ever utmost experienced Uncut HinduPenis, “They say you don’t want Muslim rule on India.”

“Sure, they are correct. I can even appreciate Islamic rule on India, if it’s really Islamic. That’s even better than humanity. Yet, why the Muslim rule anywhere, until and unless there aren’t Musalmīn in majority?”

Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah smiled.

“Don’t worry. You Hindus are too obsessed to fuck us MusalmānBeauties now that most of you Hindus have more Musalmān wives than Brāhmañ, Rājpūt, Vaishý and Shūdr wives even. Your Musalmān wives may preach your Hindu sons Islam even. Can’t you ever smart Hindus even understand it?”*

 

I smiled affably yet more confidently than Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah had thought I might.

Ħuzūr sallallāhu ålayhi wa sallam got his ever first revelation in 610 CE. It is 1542. 942 years have passed now since Ħuzūr sallallāhu ålayhi wa sallam were blessed with the ever first revelation of TafsīlAlKitābi.”

Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah interrupted me.

“Why do you Hindus usually always call Al Qur’an Al Karīm TafsīlAlKitābi, not Al Qur’an Al Karīm as we Musalmīn do?”

“Well, that’s what Al Qur’an Al Karīm itself calls it in its tenth Sūrat-e-Pāk, Yūnus. Doesn’t it?”

Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah laughed ironically.

Hindu Scoundrel, don’t think I can’t understand what the hell you imply when you call Al Qur’an Al Karīm TafsīlAlKitābi.”

I smiled.

“If you really, why do you ask me?”

“You imply that Al Qur’an Al Karīm isn’t a separate book, dependent on itself, it’s only TafsīlAlKitābi.”

“Not, ‘only’. That’s what you Musalmīn imply from what we Hindus’ say. We Hindus never say that.”

“Sure,” Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah said sarcastically, even curtly somewhat, “But that’s only your Diplomatic courtesy with us Musalmīn, nothing more.”

“How do you know?”*

Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah grimaced.

“If you were not only diplomatically courteous to us Musalmīn ever, why you Hindus haven’t embraced Islam even after 932 years of the first Islamic revelation?”

“Who says we haven’t?”

“What do mean?”

“Originally Islam was an ideological social movement.”

“Not a religion?” Nādirah Jahāngīr Mirzah said sarcastically.

“That’s the problem with you Pseudo Musalmīn, Pseudo Christians, Pseudo Jews and even Pseudo Hindus.”

 

  Chapter 3

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1. More On History

2.  Science Fiction

3. Commentary on Ved

4. On Hinduism

5. On Islam

6.  Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

7. Durgesh in Hindi/Urdu

Counter Revolution: 1

Counter Revolution

DSM Satyarthi

Chapter 1

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu walked through the quiet streets of Makkah Mukarramah.

None knew at that time that herzu was the future Kħalifah of Islam.

Herzu himself didn’t know it.

Neither, herzu had even dreamed of it ever.

Tonight everything had changed.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu needed to tell someone.

Normally, herzu would have gone straight home.

It was hisrzu routine.

After emerging from Rasūl-al-Allahs’s house, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu always went straight home.

Their dwellings were next door to each other.

After what Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu had seen and heard tonight, herzu needed to take a walk.

Besides, his wife, Umm Rumanrza, had entered labor earlier today.

Hisrzu home was, consequently, an exclusive domain of midwife.

Through the birth of a daughter and two sons, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu had learned to give the tribe of women its privacy they needed.

A man could only serve as an annoyance.

The safe delivery of this child was not only important to Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu.

It was equally important to the entire Ummat-e- Muslimah.

All twenty of them.

Yes, they were twenty now.

The child taking birth from his wife, Ħazrat Umm Rumanrza, would be the twenty first.

If the Ummat-e- Muslimah survives.

The Sheikħs of Makkah Mukarramah now knew of Islam.

Yes, it is beneficial to all of them.

But Abī Sufyān has never listened to reason.

He could see it as a threat to his empire of Ignorance.

Rasūl-al-Allahs himself says the Ignorance and the Zia ul Ħaq can’t stay together.

For a moment, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu wondered what kind of the world his child would grow into.

Herzu had hoped for years that the Ħaq, the Truth, would spread discreetly, unnoticeably.

The masters of Makkah Mukarramah would be surprised one day to find that their tribal religion has died in sleep.

And they were not even aware of it when it was dying.

The most ancient, ancestral religion, Islam, has replaced it once again.

That’s what always happens.

Islam was the everfirst religion of humankind.

Ħazrat Ādama was its first messenger.

Hea was brought on earth in today Hind, India.

The Arabs never forgot it.

They still name their children ‘Hind’ in respect to this incidence.

Ħazrat Ħavvaha was brought on earth in Arab.

Why?

Ħazrat-e-Ħaq, Allah SWT, wanted it so.

If He SWT did not want it, could it happen ever?

Yet, the vile Arab Burdāfaroshs are wrong that Allah SWT wants Hindu, Indian, men and Arab women spouses.

The scoundrels use it as an excuse.

They kidnap the extremely beautiful Arab girls and sell them to Hindus of Hind, India.

Hind is called the Golden Bird, ‘Soné kī Chiđiyā’ nowadays.

Rasūl-al-Allahs says:

‘I get Rabbānī fragrance, the fragrance of God, from Hind, India.’

Yet, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu has never understood why the Hindus, the Indians, purchase Årab Beauties if Rasūl-al-Allahs does really get Rabbānī fragrance, the fragrance of God, from Hind, India.

Is Allah so biased in favor of Hindus?

They always enjoy the Årab Beauties.

Why?

Isn’t it a grand and constant humiliation of the Årabs?

Hindus not only purchase the Årab Beauties, they also come here clandestinely in large armed groups.

The mysterious Kumār Durgesh of equally mysterious Shivgađh is the leader of such Hindus.

He pretends that he can be everywhere.

Yes, he maybe a magician.

Hind, India, is infamous for its Black Magic too.

Kumār Durgesh maybe the Master of Black Magic.

But he, with his other friends, tries to stop Årabs from burying their girls, their daughters, alive.

Kumār Durgesh beats such Årabs, demolishes the graves of their daughters, and takes them out alive before they are dead.

Rasūl-al-Allahs praises Kumār Durgesh and the Hindus for it.

But, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu never could understand why Kumār Durgesh and the Hindus must be praised for it.

Isn’t it a grand and constant humiliation of the Årabs, once again?

They take Årabs’ daughters anyway to use them for sex with them.

The Hindus are the sexiest men Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu has ever known.

And they must be praised for it?

Nonsense!

Tonight he knew that whatever path Islam would take, it could not be a quiet one.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu paused to look up at the sky.

There was no moon tonight.

The sky was aflame with a multitude of stars.

The foolish Årabs believed that the future could be determined by the sparkling patterns that played across the sky.

Almost all the Sheikħs of Makkah Mukarramah believed in such nonsense.

Perhaps only Rasūl-al-Allahs and Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu are the persons in Makkah Mukarramah who believed it was a superstition.

Hindus also believed so, but they are not Årabs.

Even the Jews and the Christians hate Hindus.

The Hindus are equally after the Jew Beauties and the Christian Beauties too.

Rasūl-al-Allahs says:

The Hindus are not capable to produce enough baby girls.

So they have to depend on other women for their own survival.

“But, Rasūl-al-Allahs,” Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu argued, “If we forgive Hindus on the ground that they are after other women for their own survival, how the Årab Burdāfaroshs are wrong? They also attack other tribes of them, and kidnap their beautiful girls and women for their own survival.”

Rasūl-al-Allahs smiled,

“Abu Bakr, I never expected such a wrong argument from you.”

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu hesitated somewhat.

What was wrong in his argument?

Since Bhoj and Kālidās have embraced Islam, Rasūl-al-Allahs has become more lenient to the Hindus.

Hes had not even changed their names.

Bhoj is still Bhoj as he was before he brought Īmān on risālat-e-Muħammadīs.

Similarly, Kālidās is still Kālidās.

Rasūl-al-Allahs has allowed both of them to take so many Årab Musalmān Beauties with them.

“I could not understand, Rasūl-al-Allahs, what’s wrong in my argument.” Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu asked politely.

“Don’t you?”Rasūl-al-Allahs smiled, “The Årab Burdāfaroshs attack other tribes.”

“So do the Hindus too.”

“Never on their own accord, Abu Bakr.”Rasūl-al-Allahs kept smiling, “Never on their own accord. They always attack the Årab tribes to help their better Årab opponents.”

“But they take the Årab Beauties in their remunerations.”

“Because the Hindus need Årab Beauties, not the other māl-e-ghanīmat. India is Soné kī Chiđiyā, the Golden Bird. Never forget.”

“The Hindus are humiliating us Årabs.” Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu protested.

“You are quite wrong. The Hindus are not humiliating us Årabs. We Årabs are humiliating ourselves.”Rasūl-al-Allahs contradicted Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu gravely, “If Hindus don’t purchase our Årab Beauties, what do you think, it will be stopped?”

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu could not answer it.

Herzu knew very well, the Persians are the second customers.

Only the Persians are not as lenient as the Hindus are.

The Hindus have more money.

So, they pay better.

Even if the sale to Hindus is stopped, the sale to the Persians would continue.

The sale of the Årab Beauties would not stop.

It would continue for lesser money.

The Persians are worse if compared with the Hindus.

The Persians never marry the Årab Beauties they purchase.

The Hindus almost always do.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu had to admit Rasūl-al-Allahs was right.***

The real name of Ħazrat Umm Rumanrza was Zaynab bint Åāmir.

Sherza was raised in Sarat in the Arabian Peninsula.

Sherza was not married originally with Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu.

Originally, Ħazrat Zaynab bint Åāmir  Umm Rumanrza was married to a young man of her own tribe.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was not her first husband.

Herzu was herrza second husband.

Unlike in India, Satītv and Pātivratý were not so common in Årab those days.

The Årabs those days were more practical than Hindus.

The Hindus were more spirituals than the Årabs.

It was natural too.

The Årabs were the poorest people those days.

They had to fight hard for their own survival.

The survival is the first thing utmost necessary in life.

Not only the human beings, even the animals fight their hardest for their own survival.

All the ethics and moral come after the survival.

The Hindus had a long cultural history.

They were so old and established that they could easily have the luxury of culture and philosophy.

The Årabs however were exactly in opposite condition to the Hindus.

They were in primitive condition.

Their culture could not afford Satītv and Pātivratý.

Ħazrat Zaynab bint Åāmir  Umm Rumanrza was married originally with Åbd-Allah-bin Ħāris bin Sakhbarah Azdi.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was married originally with Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá.

The great Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr was the daughter of Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá and Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu.

Sherza raced out of her father’s home.

Her father, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu, had divorced her Ammī, Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá.

Her Ammī, Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá loved her self respect more than she loved her father, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu put before her two options:

1.       Accept Islam and continue as hisrzu wife.

2.       Remain polytheist and divorce him.

Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá chose second option.

“What do you think I am,Abdullah bin Abi Qahafa? I’m a woman. I have my own brain, my own thinking, my own ideology.”

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu looked at his wife gravely.

“You love these things more than you love me?”

Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá smiled.

“Don’t you love Islam more than me?”

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was surprised.

His wife Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá was arrogant.

Most of the Årab women were arrogant.

They knew their importance in Årab economy.

So many of them were richer than even their Årab husbands.

So many of them were the employers of their husbands even.

Their husbands were their servants.

Even Rasūl-al-Allahs was a servant of hiss wife, Ħazrat Kħadījatul Kubrahrza.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu never liked it.

But the fact was fact.

And even Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu could not deny it.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr had seen Ħazrat Zaynab bint Åāmir  Umm Rumanrza’s pale face, the blood on herrza thighs, and had known that the birthing had gone wrong.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr had already lost her own Ammī, Qutaylah bintʻAbdu l-ʻUzzá.

Sherza could not bear to lose Ħazrat Zaynab bint Åāmir  Umm Rumanrza too.

Sherza ran down the steps.

Sherza stepped out into the narrow alley between the two adjacent houses of Rasūl-al-Allahs and herrza father, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu.

There was a pool of dark mud, residue of rare and welcome rainfall of the night before.

The rainfall was not normal in Makkah Mukarramah.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr splashed herrza feet in the pool of dark mud.

Herrza friends had all gone this morning to pray at the sacred temple.

It always happened.

The Årabs always used to thank their gods for the life giving water that so rarely fell from sky in the desert valley.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr could not understand why did the Årabs do it.

The foolish gods never understood that their worshipers needed more, plenty of, water for their survival.

And if they understood, they damn cared for their survival.

Why such a careless and tyrant gods must be thanked for these rare bounties?

Why should not they be complained instead?

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr deliberately refused to join herrza friends.

Herrza father, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu had taught Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr that the idols in the Kābā’ were false gods.

They could not do anything.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr agreed with herrza father.

The believers, instead, had gathered inside the home of Rasūl-al-Allahs to thank the One God in secret.

What a tragedy.

The real God was being thanked secretly and the false gods were being thanked publicly.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr was sure, this grand foolishness of the foolish Årabs was the real reason the Årabs were suffering.

The false gods couldn’t help them.

And the real God was never approached.

Yet, Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr could not deny that Sherza had always enjoyed the secret services of the believers.

It thrilled herrza doing something forbidden.

Moreover, it was a special time that Sherza could share with her father.

The believers had bowed in unison.

Their foreheads were touching the dark earth as Rasūl-al-Allahs recited the most recent verses of the Qur’an.

It was the Tafsīl-al-Kitābi, Allah SWT was revealing to Rasūl-al-Allahs bit by bit.

Why bit by bit?

Why not the entire Tafsīl-al-Kitābi at once?

Because Allah SWT was practical.

He wanted his Tafsīl-al-Kitābi be a practical book for the guidance of the believers, ‘Hudallilmuttaqīn’.

Herrza father, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was a prosperous merchant.

Herzu was forever busy inspecting caravans from Yemen.

Herzu was busy in buying and selling frankincense, carpets, and pottery in the marketplace.

Herzu used to serve as an arbiter of commercial disputes among the various trading parties of Makkah Mukarramah.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakr rarely saw his father, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu, during the day.

Sherza relished the few hours every night.

Herzu set aside then the ledger of a businessman.

Herzu used to take the robes of a believer then.

Ħazrat Asmā’rza bint Abī Bakrrzu always been surprised by how Herzu would change in the presence of Rasūl-al-Allahs at these meetings.

‘Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was born in Mecca some time in the year 573 CE, in the Banu Taym branch of the Quraysh tribe.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu‘s father’s name was Usmān Abu Quhafa nicknamed Abu Quhafa, and his mother was Salma Umm-ul-Khair nicknamed Umm-ul-Khair.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was a thin man with white skin.[64]

Tabari relates (Suyuti also relates the same through Ibn Sa’d al-Baghdadi‘s report) from Aisha her description of Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu:

He was a man with fair skin, thin, emaciated, with a sparse beard, a slightly hunched frame, sunken eyes and protruding forehead, and the bases of his fingers were hairless.[65]

He was born in a rich family of the tribe of Quraysh.

He spent his early childhood like other Arab children of the time among the Bedouins who called themselves Ahl-i-Ba’eer– the people of the camel, he developed a particular fondness for camels.

In his early years he played with the camel foals and goats, and his love for camels earned him the nickname of Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu, the father of the foal of the camel.[66]

When Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was 10 years old he went to Syria along with his father with the merchants’ caravan.

Muhammad who was 12 years old at the time, was also with the caravan.

In 591 at the age of 18, Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu went into trade and adopted the profession of a cloth merchant which was the family’s business.

In the coming years Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu traveled extensively with caravans.

Business trips took him to Yemen, Syria, and elsewhere.

These travels brought him wealth and added to his experience.

His business flourished and he rose in the scale of social importance.

Though his father Usmān Abu Quhafa was still alive, he came to be recognized as chief of his tribe.

Ħazrat Abu Bakr Siddīqrzu was assigned the office of awarding blood money in cases of murder.

His office was something like the office of an honorary magistrate.[67]

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Chapter 2

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More Untold History from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

2. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

3. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-4

4 Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb: 1

5. Maamekam Sharan’am vraj

6. Gandhi, Not so great: 1

7. Gandhi, Not so great: 2

8. Counter Revolution: 1

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More thought provoking articles from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Why can’t we love each other?: Innallāh yuħibbul muttaqīn

2. Should we advocate abolishing religion from planet earth?

3. Does religion provide false security?

4. Polygamy: a discarded system of life

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1. More Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

2.Durgesh in Hindi/Urdu

3. Science Fiction

4. On History

5. Commentary on Ved

6. On Hinduism

7. On Islam

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More on Hinduism from DSM Satyarthi:

1. ‘Bhoorbhuvah svah!’ ‘The Existence! The Consciousness! The Bliss!’

2.‘Devasy’ pashy’ kaavyam, n’ mamaar, n’ jeeryati.’

3. Hinduism shines

4.Ved is the eternal law book having infinite knowledge in it for human beings

5. ‘According to facts’: ‘Yaathaatathyatah’

6. ‘SET THIS WOMAN for WELL DOER’: ‘Imaam naareem Sukr’te dadhaat’

7. The Evernew Hinduism: Yaathaatathyatah: Ved 2|40|8

8. ‘How to cross death’: ‘Tamev viditvaati mr’tyumeti’: Ved2Yajurved|31|18

9. According to Hinduism: We must be polite, not coward

10.Ye yathaa maam prapadyante taanstathaiv bhajaamyaham: Lord Kr’shn

11. N’ karm lipyaté naré

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More on Islam from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Bal huv qur’anum majeedun fe LAUHIM MAHFOOZIN

2. Innahu laquranun kareemun Fee kitabin maknoonin

3. ‘Hudallilmuttaqeen’: ‘Guidance for controllers of organs’: 2 Al Baqarah: 2

4. ‘Alaa qalbik litakoon minal-munzireen’ ‘upon your heart one of who to warn’

5. Muslimahs! Come to India. I recommend Hindu lovers for all the Muslimahs.: Khadeejah Muhammad

6. Islam according to Qur’an and Maulana Maududi rahamatullh alaihi

7. A Moment of grave thinking for the entire sophisticated Muslim Community

8. ‘SET THIS WOMAN for WELL DOER’: ‘Imaam naareem Sukr’te dadhaat’

9. ‘V’ innahu fe UMMALKITAABI ladainaa la’liyyun hakeemun’: 43/4

10. Most Present day Muslms don’t do what Huzoor(SAW) did:

11. The Muslim beauties are wooing Hindu men FASTEST

12. ‘What really matters in the sight of God’: Maulana: Maududi

13. Why did Islam face a counter revolution at Karbala?

14. Why there are differences among us?

15. No differences Please!

16. Llā yamassuhu illā almutahharūn

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More Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 26| Mantr 2

21. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

26. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

28. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

35. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

36. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 31| Mantr 18

37. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 40| Mantr2

38. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 40| Mantr8

39. Saamved: Mantr 1

40. Sāmved: Mantr 115

41. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

42. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

43. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

44. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

45.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

46. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

47. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

48. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

49. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

50. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

51. Atharv Ved: Kaand 4| Sookt 13| Mantr 1

52. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

53. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 4| Mantr 22

54.  Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

55.Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

Gandhi, Not so great:2

Gandhi, Not so great

DSM Satyarthi

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Everything that shines is not Gold

I watched Kħātūn-e-Jannat shrewdly.

Despite her vehement denials, I knew she did not love me basically.

None of them loved me, basically.

All of them loved Islam .

They loved me because in their views, I was the most liberal Vedic Monotheist Hindu.

Even the other Vedic Monotheist Hindus were not so dedicated to Sharīåt-e-Muħammadī.

“Gandhi has come, Durgesh.”Kħātūn-e-Jannat smiled at me teasingly.

“So what?”

“You said he can play a vital role in the Freedom Fight of India.”

“Well, I said what Gopal Kr’shñ Gokhale said to me. I don’t know him personally.”

“Can it affect our heaven?”

“Our heaven?”

Shivgađh.”

I smiled.

“Fātimah, we don’t belong to Māyā Vyom here. We belong to Param Vyom actually, the Absolute Space.”

Kħātūn-e-Jannat Saiyadā Fātimah smiled at me, teasingly.

“You said you were planning to participate in Indian development, physically, after its independence.”

“Well, it’s 1, 97, 29, 49, 016 Sr’shŧi Samvat.”

“So?”

“There isn’t any sign of Indian Independence anywhere. The Indians could not take any worthwhile benefit of Edmund Burke even.”

She smiled.

“The Mysterious Prince of Shivgađh, Edmund Burke died in 1797. It’s 1915. Complete 118 years have passed since. And you are still complaining the Indians could not take any worthwhile benefit of Edmund Burke.”

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD did his best, Fātimah. But unfortunately, even he could not survive to enjoy the fruits of his continuous untiring efforts.”

“What do you mean?”

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was the pivotal hero of 1857, yet, Alas, he could not survive to watch and enjoy it.”

“Nevertheless, he did it, even after his death, through his Courtpersons and Interns.”

“You are right. Maharani Laxmi Bai was more than his daughter, Nana Sāħab was his adopted son and Tatya Tope was his Intern and a Courtperson.”***

Chapter 3

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More Untold History from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

2. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

3. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-4

4 Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb: 1

5. Maamekam Sharan’am vraj

6. Gandhi, Not so great: 1

7. Gandhi, Not so great: 2

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Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

21. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

26. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

28. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

35. Saamved: Mantr 1

36. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

37. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

38. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

39. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

40.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

41. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

42. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

43. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

44. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

45. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

46. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

47. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

48. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

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Science Fictions from DSM Satyarthi:

1. The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 1

2.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 2

3.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 3

4 . The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 4

5. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 5

6. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 6

7. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 7

8. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 8

9. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 9

10. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 10

11. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 11

12. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 12

13. The Foundation story continued: Chapter 13

14. Prelude to Ten Commandments-1

15. Prelude to Ten Commandments-2

16. Prelude to Ten Commandments-3

The Proud Disobedience

The Proud Disobedience

DSM Satyarthi

Gandhi wanted village industries all over India

Jawahar Lal Nehru wanted mechanization of the country

Gandhi disobeyed the people of India when he unashamedly favored Nehru on duly elected Sardar Vallabh Bhāī Patel, denying the absolutely right popular verdict of then India

Nehru served Gandhi right

He kept on the proud tradition of disobedience

Gandhi disobeyed India, Nehru disobeyed him

The country is indebted to Nehru for his proud disobedience, and mechanization

We are on the path of world power once again due to this deserving disobedience

Coming Soon

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Gandhi, Not so great:1

Gandhi, Not so great

DSM Satyarthi

Chapter 1

A Brief Introduction

After independence, the British bestowed power to Congress they had invented already for.

Congresspersons did their best to keep on the dirty tradition of divide and rule Indians

They never allowed Indians to unite themselves

NS Gehlot exposes it in his proud work ‘Politics of Communalism and Secularism: Keeping Indians Divided

Is Gandhi not responsible for this unpatriotic behavior of his proud disciples, at all?

I don’t think so

The root lies somewhere in Gandhi’s attitudes themselves

A bold authentic analysis of Gandhi and his proud disciples

Everything that shines is not Gold

Chapter 2

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More Untold History from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

2. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

3. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-4

4 Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb: 1

5. Maamekam Sharan’am vraj

6. Gandhi, Not so great:1

7. Gandhi, Not so great:2

8. Gandhi, Not so great:3

9. Gandhi, Not so great:4

10. Gandhi, Not so great:5

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Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

21. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

26. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

28. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

35. Saamved: Mantr 1

36. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

37. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

38. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

39. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

40.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

41. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

42. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

43. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

44. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

45. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

46. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

47. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

48. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

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Science Fictions from DSM Satyarthi:

1. The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 1

2.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 2

3.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 3

4 . The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 4

5. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 5

6. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 6

7. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 7

8. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 8

9. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 9

10. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 10

11. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 11

12. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 12

13. The Foundation story continued: Chapter 13

14. Prelude to Ten Commandments-1

15. Prelude to Ten Commandments-2

16. Prelude to Ten Commandments-3

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Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-4

Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah

The untold history of our freedom fight

DSM Satyarthi


Jātvédsé sunavām somamarātīyato ni dahāti Vedah,

S’ nah parshdati durgāñi vishvā  nāvév sindhum durtātyagnih.’

‘We purify som for the one having born for Ved.

Ved certainly scorches off the persons, reaching those who don’t give Āýpanchmānsh.

He protects all our forts, like a ship, one who leads to light, bravely cross the sea.’

Ved: 1 R’gved 1|99|1

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

The History of India

Mountstuart Elphinstone smiled thoughtfully.

He knew one thing about Hindus more than the rest of the British either never knew, or never believed it to be true, if even they knew it.

Mountstuart Elphinstone was determined not to make the fact public ever.

If the stupids never wanted to believe something that was a fact, let them not.

Why the hell, Mountstuart Elphinstone should worry about it.

In this quite undemocratic autocratic period of politics, aren’t knowledge and experiences, themselves the weapons?

He wasn’t born yesterday.

He was born on 6 October 1779 instead.

He is thirty plus now.

“Sir,” Emily Elphinstone addressed Mountstuart Elphinstone, “You haven’t still answered my question. I’m waiting for it still now.”

Bājīrāo II isn’t as resourceful as his grandfather Bājīrāo I was, Emily.”

“You know about the history of India more than I do.”

“You should too study history of India, Emily.”

Chapter 5

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More Untold History from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

2. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

3. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-4

Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb: 1

5. Maamekam Sharan’am vraj

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More from DSM Satyarthi

1. On History

2.  Science Fiction

3. On Hinduism

4. On Islam

5.  Commentary on Ved

Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah

The untold history of our freedom fight

DSM Satyarthi


Jātvédsé sunavām somamarātīyato ni dahāti Vedah,

S’ nah parshdati durgāñi vishvā  nāvév sindhum durtātyagnih.’

‘We purify som for the one having born for Ved.

Ved certainly scorches off the persons, reaching those who don’t give Āýpanchmānsh.

He protects all our forts, like a ship, one who leads to light, bravely cross the sea.’

Ved: 1 R’gved 1|99|1

Chapter 1

Chapter 2


Chapter 3

Va lā tankiħū al Musharikāti

Naåīmah Kħān Qajar, however, was not working alone on Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD.

She had a whole flock of Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān Beauties that belonged to Qajar family and its supporters.

It was not a normal fight of power Naåīmah Kħān Qajar was fighting against Zand dynasty.

It was a greater fight than even Lotf Ålī Kħān had ever anticipated.

It was actually Al Jihad fil Islam fī Sabīlillāh.

“Let’s fight against Shiåāism and Sunniism both too.” Naåīmah Kħān Qajar said enthusiastically.

Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb smiled.

Her efforts were not as fruitless now as they were when she came to Iran.

Al Muħammad Al Wahāb was immensely doubtful of his daughter’s success.

“Al Fātimah, my daughter, they are neither Shiåā nor Sunni actually.”

“Abbū!”

“They hate us Arabs because we conquered them.”

“Okay. Let me ask you one simple question, Abbū!”

“I know your question.”

“That’s not a secret.”

“What had we ourselves have done if instead of us, the Iranians had conquered us?”

“Al Fātimah, you want to say it’s natural?”

“Of course, it’s natural, Abbū!” Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb smiled, “When we won them, they were ruling almost all the rest of the world.”

“Not India, even then.”

“Well, we ourselves couldn’t rule India. Could we?”

“Well, Muħammad bin Qāsim—”

Muħammad bin Qāsim paid a heavy price for what he did. Hadn’t he?”

Imām Al Muħammad Al Wahāb raised his eyebrows.

“What do you mean?”

Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb smiled.

She was smart enough not to indulge in an endless futile discussion whether the Saħābah Karāmrz are måsūm, innocent, or not.

She accepted the proposal of the ever-mysterious Kumār Durgesh of Shiv Gađh.

“Why should we waste our time in futile discussions, Al Fātimah?”

Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb sighed.

“You Hindus can never understand our predicament.”

I smiled.

“Al Fātimah darling, we Hindus are Ahl Alkitāb, the everfirst Musalmeen.”

“Yes, I know. You Hindus always claim so.”

“Don’t you agree?”

“Of course, I do agree. Otherwise we haven’t come this far.”Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb smiled, “We are married, Durgesh. I’m now your duly married wife.”

I watched my extremely beautiful Saåūdī Årab Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān wife, Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb, gravely.

“Not only you, my darling. All of you Binnāt-e-Tāhirātrz, all of you Ummihātul Mominīnrz, all of you—”

“Yes, yes, yes!”My extremely beautiful Saåūdī Årab Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān wife, Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb interrupted me, “we’ve discussed it so many times already. It doesn’t matter whether we Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān Beauties do agree with your so incredible claim or not, we do agree that Islam faced a counter revolution at Karbala.”

“And you Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān Beauties accept the fact that we Hindus are Ahl Alkitāb, the everfirst Musalmeen?”

“That’s why we Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān Beauties marry you Hindus more than we marry even the so called Musalmeen. Don’t we?”

“Of course, darling. We Hindus have more Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān wives than the others of them.”

“That’s only because you are the true Musalmeen actually now. Nevertheless, you Hindus must stop marrying non-Muslimahs altogether, Durgesh. We Musalmān Beauties are so many in numbers already. Moreover, the Musalmeen after Yazīd Malåūn, believe in political wars more than in the peaceful tablīgh-e-Islam. It’s making the Panjvaqtā Namāzī Musalmān Beauties widows in large numbers continuously. You Hindus have to marry those unfortunate Panjvaqtā Namāzī beautiful Musalmān widows too. Have you not to?”

“Of course, darling. And you can’t say we Hindus are not marrying those unfortunate Panjvaqtā Namāzī beautiful Musalmān widows too. Can you?”

Imāmzādī Al Fātimah Al Wahāb smiled.

“No. But even then you Hindus must stop marrying non-Muslimahs altogether.

It’s prohibited: ‘Va lā tankiħū al Musharikāti’.”

“Al Fātimah!”

“We don’t want al Musharikāti in our households, Durgesh. Please! The only thing we demand from you Hindus is to keep al Musharikāti away from our households. Are we Panjvaqtā Namāzī Musalmān Beauties not enough in numbers for you?”***

Imām Al Muħammad Al Wahāb winked and smiled at Muħammad Kħān Qajar.

Only Panjvaqtā Namazī Musalmān wives for Hindus. What do you say? Who is converting whom?”

Muħammad Kħān Qajar smiled.

“Is it possible?”

“Just wait and watch.”

Lotf Ålī Kħān can’t put this condition to Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD.”

“And our women would never compromise for anything less than ‘Va lā tankiħū al Musharikāti. The Hindus would have to surrender ultimately.”

Muħammad Kħān Qajar watched Imām Al Muħammad Al Wahāb gravely.

“Have you read Al Tārīkħ Al Musalmeen ever, Imām Sāħab?”

“Of course, Qajar Sāħab. I’m an Imām.”

“Our extremely beautiful Panjvaqtā Namazī Musalmān women are demanding this right from Hindus ab initio. It’s nothing new. The Musalmeen after Yazīd Malåūn always played this card against Hindus. But they never succeeded. Our extremely beautiful Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān Beauties even, never stopped marrying Hindus with even preferring them on Musalmeen.”

Chapter 4

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More Untold History from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

2. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

3. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-4

4 Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb: 1

5. Maamekam Sharan’am vraj

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Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

21. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

26. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

28. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

35. Saamved: Mantr 1

36. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

37. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

38. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

39. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

40.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

41. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

42. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

43. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

44. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

45. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

46. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

47. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

48. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

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Science Fictions from DSM Satyarthi:

1. The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 1

2.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 2

3.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 3

4 . The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 4

5. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 5

6. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 6

7. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 7

8. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 8

9. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 9

10. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 10

11. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 11

12. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 12

13. The Foundation story continued: Chapter 13

14. Prelude to Ten Commandments-1

15. Prelude to Ten Commandments-2

16. Prelude to Ten Commandments-3

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More Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

1. Bahoo Bégum

2. The obsession

3 The daughters and wife of my Musalmān friend

4.The Extramarital affair: Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah:Social Service

5.   Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–1

6. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–2

7. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–3

8. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–4

9. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–5

10. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–6

11. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–7

12. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–8

13. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–9

14. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–10

15. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–11

16. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–12

17. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–13

18. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–14

19. A deserving unfaithfulness

20. A deserving unfaithfulness-2

21. Yåqūb Family-1

22. They conspired against me

23. A secret Smile

24. A new young wife at sixty

24. My dad’s new Musalmān wife

26. The Beaming Knowledge

27. The three pregnants-1

28. The three pregnants-2

29. In the Moonlight

30. Sālī, Ammījān!

31. Now entirely secured and safe

32. She needed me extremely

33. Al Jihād fil Durgesh fī sabīlillāh

34. Kħadījah Åbdullah Bājī  seduced me

35. Her Brilliant Decisions-1

36. Her Brilliant Decisions-2

37. Her Brilliant Decisions-3

38. Her Brilliant Decisions-4

39. No Hindu, Please!

40. Only Hindus, Please!

41. Scintillating Ammī and daughter

42. I do hate hypocrisy

43. I still love Durgesh, with immense pride

44. Hell, I revolt

45. She loved me all along

46. She told the untold-1

47. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-1

48. Making love and understanding everything

49. We both, Nādirah, and Arzumand, love Durgesh

50. After the death of my husband

51. The everbest wives-1

52. Ultimately, I’m an Ammī now

53. The most memorable Eidī of her life

54. It was 24×7, that was all we three cared

55. You are the best. You don’t know

56. I’m not defeated even yet-1

57. Misunderstanding: Everyone thought she’s my wife

58. Yūsuf or Kr’shñ?-1

59. Kħadījah Durgesh Åāyeshah:  I Lost My Sister And Wife To Durgesh

60. A rapist Hindu Piya-1

61. Åli Muħammad Satyarthi-1

62. I love my wife Kħadījah Muħammad

63. Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb-1

64. I live with him

65. The only man she loved

66. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-1

67. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-2

68. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-3

69. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-4

70. My Hindu Dad’s two Musalmān Wives

71. It all happened just naturally-1

72. It all happened just naturally-2

73. Under Open Sky

74. Ammī the competent

75. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-1

76. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-2

77. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-3

78. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-4

79. The Extent

80.Ashvinātam intimacy-1

81.Ashvinātam intimacy-2

82. Three sons three Ammīs

83. Ahl-Al Bayt 1: College tour

84. Ahl-Al Bayt 2: The Aftereffect

85. Ahl-Al Bayt 3: The Aftereffect

86. Ahl-Al Bayt 4: Satisfaction

87. Ahl-Al Bayt 5: The Surprising Rest

88.  Ahl-Al Bayt 6: The Nude Day Arranged

89. Ahl-Al Bayt 7

90. Ahl-Al Bayt 8: The Uncut Hindu Obsession

91. Ahl-Al Bayt 9:The Obsession Continued

92. Ahl-Al Bayt 10: The Obsession Still Continued

93. Ahl-Al Bayt 11: One More Obsession

94. Ahl-Al Bayt 12: Obsession One More

95. Ahl-Al Bayt 13

96. Ahl-Al Bayt 14

97. Ahl-Al Bayt 15

98. Ahl-Al Bayt 16

99. Ahl-Al Bayt 17

100. Ahl-Al Bayt 18

101.Ahl-Al Bayt 19

102. Ahl-Al Bayt 20

103. Ahl-Al Bayt 21

104. Ahl-Al Bayt 22

105. Ahl-Al Bayt 23

106. Ahl-Al Bayt 24

107. Ahl-Al Bayt 25

108. Ahl-Al Bayt 26

109. Ahl-Al Bayt 27

110. Ahl-Al Bayt 28

111. Ahl-Al Bayt 29

112. Ahl-Al Bayt 30

113. The everincreasing infinite lust

114. The women in my life

115. My Social Service: My Sex Empire: Durgesh

116.  A Deep Conflict-1

117. I’m never ashamed of it

118. Jahān Ārā Aurangzeb Bājī and a Fools’ Paradise

119. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 1

120. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 2

121. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 3

122.  Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 4

123. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 5

124. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:1

125. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:2

126. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:3

127. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:4

128.Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:5

129. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:6

130. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:7

131. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:8

132. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:9

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More creative adult sex in Hindi/Urdu from Durgesh:

1. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 1

2. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 2

3. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 3

4. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 4

5.Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 5

6. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 6

5. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 7

7. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 8

8. Karwā Chauth kā Rozā

9. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-1

10. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-2

11. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-1

12. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-2

13. Eidul Fitr-1

14. Mérī mubārakbād qabool farmāýén, Ħazrat!

15. Méré Māmūzād Cousin kī Sasurāl mein main

فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ16Fabiayyi ālāi Rabbikumā tukazzibāni?’

17. Ahal-e-Bait-1

18. Main térī dīvānī

19. Al Jihad: No incest: 1

20. Buniyādī insānī ħaq

21. Majājī Kħudā: 1

22. Majājī Kħudā: 2

23. Majājī Kħudā:3

24. Majājī Kħudā:4

25. Majājī Kħudā: 5

26. Majājī Kħudā: 6

Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah

The untold history of our freedom fight

DSM Satyarthi


Jātvédsé sunavām somamarātīyato ni dahāti Vedah,

S’ nah parshdati durgāñi vishvā  nāvév sindhum durtātyagnih.’

‘We purify som for the one having born for Ved.

Ved certainly scorches off the persons, reaching those who don’t give Āýpanchmānsh.

He protects all our forts, like a ship, one who leads to light, bravely cross the sea.’

Ved: 1 R’gved 1|99|1

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Zubédah Bājī Rao

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was not foolish enough, not to understand what Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar was really after.

Once Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar raped him, Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD himself enjoyed sex, without any hesitation whatsoever.

He was 16 now.

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar was also 16.

Sweet 16!

Wasn’t she?

She was more aggressive in sex than even Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was ever.

It was 1791 AD, 1,97, 48, 892 Sr’shti Samvat/Creation Era.

His father had already expired in 1782.

Nine long years had passed since his father’s death.

He was only 7 years old then, and did not understand anything properly.

Nevertheless, he had learned from his late father to respect Xatrpati Shivājī, very much.

He remembered once he argued with his father.***

“Pitr’shrī, you say the Mughal Emperors were Vedic Monotheist Hindus.”

Raghunāth Rao smiled at his brilliant nationalist son, Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD.

Even in his 7 years old age, it was clear that Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD would go far more ahead of even him.

It was 1782.

What a tragedy!

Raghunāth Rao never knew it was the last year of his life.

Twenty five years had passed the British defeated Mirzā Muħammad Sirāj-ud-Daulah.

He was one of Raghunāth Rao’s very good friend, but always doubtful of his extremely beautiful Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān wives of having sexual relations with Raghunāth Rao.

Even his Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān wives teased him implying so.

Raghunāth Rao always claimed,

“Sirāj, our enemies spread such rumors against us. Why should I betray you, my dear friend?”

Mirzā Muħammad Sirāj-ud-Daulah looked at Raghunāth Rao gravely.

“Raghunāth, they never claim it’s your fault. They always claim my Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān wives rape you.”

“Nonsense! Sirāj, We say—”

“You’ve nothing to say. I know my wives. They are not satisfied with my Nawābī of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. They want Pune too.”

Raghunāth Rao smiled curtly.

“I wouldn’t have been a Peshwa if you hadn’t helped me. And you think I’d betray you?”***

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD described in quite detail to his younger Musalmān brother.

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar does not deserve your honest love, Saåīd.”

What a tragedy!

His younger Musalmān brother was more credible to him than even to his Hindu brothers.

Imām Saåīd Muħammad’s role model was Laxmañ.

Wasn’t it surprising?

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was Imām Saåīd Muħammad’s Lord Ram.

He smiled.

“It’s all right, Bhāījān! I doubted Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar ab initio.”

“What?”

“She is too ambitious to keep her true intentions hidden very long.”

“She raped me last night.”

“Because her Abbū, Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar, believe sooner or later you’d be Peshwa.”

“So, it was planned by her own father, Saåīd?” Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD could not believe.

“Bhāījān, why are you surprised?”

“A Saåūdī Årab Sunni Musalmān Maulānah—”

“I’ve told you so many times, it’s not the real Islam they are practicing now.”

“But you are also a Saåūdī Årab Sunni Musalmān, Saåīd.” Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was worried, “I never questioned your religion. But— ”

“Never worry about me. I’ll never do anything that you don’t appreciate.”

“That’s your promise to your elder brother, Saåīd?”

“Of course, Bhāījān!”

“I’ve nothing you don’t own equally.”

“I know.”Imām Saåīd Muħammad’s eyes were filled with tears of immense love, respect, and gratitude, “You never need to tell me. I’m not blind.”

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD hugged his younger Musalmān brother.

Imām Saåīd Muħammad was younger than he was for only three hours.

Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar has destroyed the great Islamic morals from his daughters as the others Musalmeen have done.”Imām Saåīd Muħammad told him, “Yazīd Malåūn had destroyed what Ħuzūrs and Kħulfa-e-rāshidīn built up in Årab.”

Kħulfa-e-Banī Umayyah were not the true Musalmeen?”

“You must really study Al Tārīkħ Al Musalmeen, Bhāījān. How can you rule them, if you don’t know them exactly what they are?”

“You know them, don’t you?”

“Yes, Bhāījān, but— ”

“You know Al Tārīkħ Al Musalmeen too. Don’t you?”

Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled.

“I’m an Imām, Bhāījān.”

“So, why can’t you take care of them?”

“I can, and I do. But even then, you have so many Musalmān wives and beloveds.”

“So?”

“What do you think; they are with you, only because they love you?”

“No.”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD smiled, “I’m not that dumb. We can’t achieve our goal being dumb, Saåīd.”

“They are with you to take care of the political interests of their firqahs, their own religious groups.”

“To what extent the Musalmeen have fallen!”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD sighed, “Can anyone believe they really follow Ħuzūrs and Kħulfa-e-rāshidīn? Eishān Param Brahm Paramātmā!”

Political dependence plays a large role in human life and their self respect too, Bhāījān.”

“Are you telling me?”

“Bhāījān, we have to fight the East India Company first. These are our internal matters. We can decide them mutually afterward.”

“Yes, of course!”***

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar was very much happy.

She could not believe it would happen that easily.

She never said to anyone that she loved Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD.

When his Ammījān Sakīnah Wājid Ashraf, noticed that she always went to Imām Saåīd Muħammad she never suspected her daughter actually loved a Hindu.

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was not Peshwa at that time, yet his father, Raghunāth Rao was.

It was natural to think Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD the next Peshwa.

She was surprised that instead, Mādhav Rāo II was declared Peshwa in 1782  by the treaty of Salbai.

Nana Phađnavīs protected him, running the Peshwāī through a council of influential Generals.

“The Shiåās have put their lady spies on all the twelve Generals, Sakīnah.”Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar gritted through his teeth, “They are too active in Pune to be ignored now.”

Sakīnah Wājid Ashraf looked at her elder sister, Sajdah Wājid Ashraf.

“What do you say, Bājī?”

Bālājī Janārdan Bhānu is my lover since my childhood, Sakīnah. You know it.”

“What do you want to say, Bājī?” Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled, “You can control him still now? The British say he is “the Marāŧhā Machiavelli“.

“Bālājī still love me very much.” Sajdah Wājid Ashraf smiled, “He was always proposing me to marry, but it was not good for us Sunni Musalmān.”

“I know.”

“His family is very conservative.” Sajdah Wājid Ashraf said, “They have warned Bālājī if he’d marry us Musalmān Beauties, they’ll rebel against him.”

“I can’t understand these damnfools called Hindus ever.”

“What do you mean?” Sajdah Wājid Ashraf laughed.

“Some of them are so liberal to us Musalmeen that they have countless Musalmān wives duly married to them. They don’t even bother to convert them to Hinduism.”

“Maulānah,” Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar’s ex wife, Tasbīħ Fātimah Allāhrukħī addressed him, “Hindus never believe in the conversion of their Musalmān wives. On the contrary, they allow their Musalmān wives to offer their Salawāt five times a day.”

“Because they know their Dīn is not true.”

Tasbīħ Fātimah Allāhrukħī laughed.

“You are quite wrong, Maulānah. Have you ever thought why the Pre Babar Musalmeen could not rule Hindus?”

“They were not as shrewd as Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar was.” Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled.

“You are right. Quite contrary to what the British say about him, Babar never made his attacks on Hindus religious. He made them moral attacks in protection of the Hindus themselves.” Tasbīħ Fātimah Allāhrukħī smiled.

Even in those days of immense male dominance in Musalmeen, the brilliant Musalmān Beauties always managed to learn Arabic and Sanskr’t.

Even the shrewd Musalmeen helped them in mastering different Hindu languages.

With the rise of Maratha Power, Mahārāshtrian became also one of those necessary languages.***

The First Saudi State was established in the year 1744/1157 A.H. when imam Muhammad ibn Abd al Wahhab and Prince Muhammad ibn Saud formed an alliance to establish a religious & political sovereignty determined to cleanse the Arabian Peninsula of heretical practices and deviations from orthodox Islam.

This joint effort in reviving the Islamic religion in its purest form was seen by Muslims, in India particularly, as the restoration of the basic belief in Tawhid, while Orientalists maintained it marked the beginning of the Wahhabism movement.

Both Saåūdī Årab and Iran were almost always more active in Indian Politics, than the Indians even realized it ever.

Saåūdī Årab was interested in leading Sunni Musalmeen while Iran was interested in leading Shiåā Musalmeen.

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD knew very well how he could keep peace among his people.

He knew the Indians were not interested in their mutual religious differences, basically.

They were interested in fighting with the British more.

But, Jafar Kħān couldn’t bear the Sunni influence spreading in India after 1757.

The Battle of Plassey had defeated the Islamic Power in India.

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was utterly surprised when he was invited to meet Lotf Ålī Kħān himself.

He could not believe he was seeing the Shah of Persia in person.

“Well,” Lotf Ålī Kħān, the Shah of Persia, smiled, “What’s there so incredulous, my dear friend?”

“I can’t believe I’m facing the great Shah of Persia himself, in person.”

“Well, I’m 21, only 5 years older than yourself.” Lotf Ålī Kħān smiled, “Call me ‘Lotf’.”

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD watched the Shah of Persia scrutinizing him.

“I’m unable to understand why the Shah of Persia is interested in me so much.”

“How much?” Lotf Ålī Kħān smiled.

“Well, Saåīd, my younger brother; told me you wanted to meet me.”

“You are right.” Lotf Ålī Kħān the Shah of Persia kept smiling, “My younger sister Zāhidah Ålī Kħān loves India so much that she wants to marry here.”

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD looked at the great Shiåā Irānian Beauty watching him so earnestly, right from the moment he entered there.

“You are most welcome in India, Shahzādī Sāħibah.” Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD smiled, and bowed in her honor.

Lotf Ålī Kħān smiled.

“We came here, Ajmer Sharif, only to pilgrimage, to pay homage and expiate our sins, Bājī Rāo. We never knew our younger sister Zāhidah Ålī Kħān would be so impressed that she would decide even to marry here.”

“I feel pride to welcome the Shahzādī Sāħibah here, Your Majesty. However, I still don’t understand the honor I’m being bestowed with of seeing the great Shah of Persia in person.”

“We propose our younger sister Zāhidah Ålī Kħān’s hand for your younger brother, Imām Saåīd Muħammad, Bājī Rāo.”

“We are honored Your Majesty.”

“Bhāījān!”Imām Saåīd Muħammad interrupted, “Please listen to His Majesty first, before any commitment.”

“Saåīd, it’s a great honor to us.”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD admonished his younger Sunni Musalmān brother, “We are indebted to His Majesty, Shah of Persia, Lotf Ålī Kħān, for even he thought you worthy of marrying his own younger sister Zāhidah Ålī Kħān.”

“Yes, Bhāījān, I do understand. But actually, His Majesty Shah of Persia is under wrong impression.”Imām Saåīd Muħammad said gravely.

“What?”

“His Majesty Shah of Persia is under wrong impression that I’d be the next Peshwa of Pune.”

“I see.”

“I’ve told them that only the eldest of us will be the Peshwa, and I’m not eldest.”

“Well,” Lotf Ålī Kħān smiled, “we think it can be managed, Bājī Rāo. Can it be not?”

Imām Saåīd Muħammad immediately recognized the trap.

“How?” he interrupted curtly.

He did not have the time to update his elder brother his agents had informed him.

Lotf Ålī Kħān hasn’t come to Ajmer Sharif for pilgrimage, Imām Sāħab.”

Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled at Rājvīr.

Rājvīr was not only his agent; he was his childhood friend also.

He was shrewd enough never to believe on any person he didn’t know very well.

Lotf Ålī Kħān has come here with the same goal in mind as Mohammad Khan Qajar has?”

Rājvīr smiled.

“You already know?”

“No. I only suspected. That’s why I sent you to Lotf Ålī Kħān and Rājdév to Mohammad Khan Qajar.

Rājvīr smiled.

“Rājdév told me that Mohammad Khan Qajar has already succeeded.”

“You idiots,” Imām Saåīd Muħammad laughed, “you are not supposed to meet each other without my permission.”

“Hey, only because we call you Imām Sāħab, never try to act our superior.”

“Why not?”Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled teasingly at one of his closest friends, “I’m a son of Peshwa Raghunāth Rao. Am I not?”

“Sālé!” Rājvīr laughed.

Imām Saåīd Muħammad also laughed.

“Rājdév has done something more you couldn’t do, idiot.”

Rājvīr laughed.

“Jabeen Kħān Qajar fell for Rājdév madly.”

“They never fell madly for anyone.”Imām Saåīd Muħammad said curtly, “They only act so.”

“I see.” Rājvīr said gravely.

“Warn Rājdév. Naåīmah Kħān Qajar is working on Bhāījān, Baji Rao, and her younger sister, Jabeen Kħān Qajar, is working on Rājdév.”

“You’ve warned Bhaiyā, Baji Rao?”

“Bhāījān is more careful than all of us. He was not born yesterday.”

Chapter 3

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More untold history from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

2. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

3 Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb: 1

4. Maamekam Sharan’am vraj

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Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

21. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

26. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

28. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

35. Saamved: Mantr 1

36. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

37. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

38. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

39. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

40.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

41. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

42. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

43. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

44. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

45. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

46. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

47. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

48. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

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Science Fictions from DSM Satyarthi:

1. The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 1

2.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 2

3.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 3

4 . The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 4

5. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 5

6. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 6

7. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 7

8. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 8

9. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 9

10. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 10

11. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 11

12. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 12

13. The Foundation story continued: Chapter 13

14. Prelude to Ten Commandments-1

15. Prelude to Ten Commandments-2

16. Prelude to Ten Commandments-3

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More Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

1. Bahoo Bégum

2. The obsession

3 The daughters and wife of my Musalmān friend

4.The Extramarital affair: Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah:Social Service

5.   Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–1

6. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–2

7. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–3

8. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–4

9. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–5

10. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–6

11. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–7

12. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–8

13. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–9

14. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–10

15. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–11

16. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–12

17. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–13

18. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–14

19. A deserving unfaithfulness

20. A deserving unfaithfulness-2

21. Yåqūb Family-1

22. They conspired against me

23. A secret Smile

24. A new young wife at sixty

24. My dad’s new Musalmān wife

26. The Beaming Knowledge

27. The three pregnants-1

28. The three pregnants-2

29. In the Moonlight

30. Sālī, Ammījān!

31. Now entirely secured and safe

32. She needed me extremely

33. Al Jihād fil Durgesh fī sabīlillāh

34. Kħadījah Åbdullah Bājī  seduced me

35. Her Brilliant Decisions-1

36. Her Brilliant Decisions-2

37. Her Brilliant Decisions-3

38. Her Brilliant Decisions-4

39. No Hindu, Please!

40. Only Hindus, Please!

41. Scintillating Ammī and daughter

42. I do hate hypocrisy

43. I still love Durgesh, with immense pride

44. Hell, I revolt

45. She loved me all along

46. She told the untold-1

47. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-1

48. Making love and understanding everything

49. We both, Nādirah, and Arzumand, love Durgesh

50. After the death of my husband

51. The everbest wives-1

52. Ultimately, I’m an Ammī now

53. The most memorable Eidī of her life

54. It was 24×7, that was all we three cared

55. You are the best. You don’t know

56. I’m not defeated even yet-1

57. Misunderstanding: Everyone thought she’s my wife

58. Yūsuf or Kr’shñ?-1

59. Kħadījah Durgesh Åāyeshah:  I Lost My Sister And Wife To Durgesh

60. A rapist Hindu Piya-1

61. Åli Muħammad Satyarthi-1

62. I love my wife Kħadījah Muħammad

63. Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb-1

64. I live with him

65. The only man she loved

66. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-1

67. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-2

68. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-3

69. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-4

70. My Hindu Dad’s two Musalmān Wives

71. It all happened just naturally-1

72. It all happened just naturally-2

73. Under Open Sky

74. Ammī the competent

75. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-1

76. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-2

77. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-3

78. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-4

79. The Extent

80.Ashvinātam intimacy-1

81.Ashvinātam intimacy-2

82. Three sons three Ammīs

83. Ahl-Al Bayt 1: College tour

84. Ahl-Al Bayt 2: The Aftereffect

85. Ahl-Al Bayt 3: The Aftereffect

86. Ahl-Al Bayt 4: Satisfaction

87. Ahl-Al Bayt 5: The Surprising Rest

88.  Ahl-Al Bayt 6: The Nude Day Arranged

89. Ahl-Al Bayt 7

90. Ahl-Al Bayt 8: The Uncut Hindu Obsession

91. Ahl-Al Bayt 9:The Obsession Continued

92. Ahl-Al Bayt 10: The Obsession Still Continued

93. Ahl-Al Bayt 11: One More Obsession

94. Ahl-Al Bayt 12: Obsession One More

95. Ahl-Al Bayt 13

96. Ahl-Al Bayt 14

97. Ahl-Al Bayt 15

98. Ahl-Al Bayt 16

99. Ahl-Al Bayt 17

100. Ahl-Al Bayt 18

101.Ahl-Al Bayt 19

102. Ahl-Al Bayt 20

103. Ahl-Al Bayt 21

104. Ahl-Al Bayt 22

105. Ahl-Al Bayt 23

106. Ahl-Al Bayt 24

107. Ahl-Al Bayt 25

108. Ahl-Al Bayt 26

109. Ahl-Al Bayt 27

110. Ahl-Al Bayt 28

111. Ahl-Al Bayt 29

112. Ahl-Al Bayt 30

113. The everincreasing infinite lust

114. The women in my life

115. My Social Service: My Sex Empire: Durgesh

116.  A Deep Conflict-1

117. I’m never ashamed of it

118. Jahān Ārā Aurangzeb Bājī and a Fools’ Paradise

119. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 1

120. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 2

121. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 3

122.  Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 4

123. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 5

124. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:1

125. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:2

126. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:3

127. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:4

128.Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:5

129. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:6

130. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:7

131. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:8

132. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:9

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More creative adult sex in Hindi/Urdu from Durgesh:

1. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 1

2. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 2

3. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 3

4. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 4

5.Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 5

6. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 6

5. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 7

7. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 8

8. Karwā Chauth kā Rozā

9. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-1

10. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-2

11. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-1

12. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-2

13. Eidul Fitr-1

14. Mérī mubārakbād qabool farmāýén, Ħazrat!

15. Méré Māmūzād Cousin kī Sasurāl mein main

فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ16Fabiayyi ālāi Rabbikumā tukazzibāni?’

17. Ahal-e-Bait-1

18. Main térī dīvānī

19. Al Jihad: No incest: 1

20. Buniyādī insānī ħaq

21. Majājī Kħudā: 1

22. Majājī Kħudā: 2

23. Majājī Kħudā:3

24. Majājī Kħudā:4

25. Majājī Kħudā: 5

26. Majājī Kħudā: 6

Counter Revolution

DSM Satyarthi

1. Why does counter-revolution take place even to the best revolution, sooner or later?

2. What can be done to stop it for ever?

3. Even the best revolution can’t convert everyone to his/her optimum.

4. The part less optimum, in everyone, is negligent, at least somewhat, to the persons who were not with the revolution, but now have submitted, due to the success of the revolution.

4. The persons against revolution capitalize on it.

5. They build their strategy on it to counter revolt.

6. How did it happen with Islam ?

7. Why and how did Yazīd Malåūn succeed?

8. Why did Ħazrat Ålīrzu not revolt against Ħazrat Siddīq-e-Åāzamrzu, Ħazrat Fārūq- e-Åāzamrzu and Ħazrat Ůsmān Ghanīrzu?

Get all the answers in the great historical novel ‘Counter Revolution’ from DSM Satyarthi

Chapter 1

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Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-1

Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah

The untold history of our freedom fight

DSM Satyarthi

Jātvédsé sunavām somamarātīyato ni dahāti Vedah,

S’ nah parshdati durgāñi vishvā  nāvév sindhum durtātyagnih.’

‘We purify som for the one having born for Ved.

Ved certainly scorches off the persons, reaching those who don’t give Āýpanchmānsh.

He protects all our forts, like a ship, one who leads to light, bravely cross the sea.’

Ved: 1 R’gved 1|99|1

Chapter 1

Imām Saåīd Muħammad

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD, looked at Imām Saåīd Muħammad,

“So, you want me not to fight with East India Company?”

“Bhāījān, why don’t you understand? We don’t want to be orphan again.” Imām Saåīd Muħammad said to him with all due respect.

Baji Rao II smiled,

“Do Zubédah, Musarrat, Naåīmah and Shāziyah, also want me to be a coward?”

All the four wives of Imām Saåīd Muħammad looked at each other.

Then, Zubédah, the eldest of them, said authoritatively,

“We need your life, Bhāījān, even if you don’t need it. We’ve already left Pune. Now we don’t want to lose Biŧhoor too.”

“Zubédah,” Baji Rao II was curt now, “Do you know about their new rumor they are spreading about us?”

“Only the fools and selfish persons can believe them.” Musarrat, the second wife of Imām Saåīd Muħammad, said indignantly.

“Musarrat, you don’t understand anything.” Baji Rao II said furiously.

“They are our enemies, Bhāījān.” Naåīmah, the third wife of Imām Saåīd Muħammad, gritted through her teeth, “We never expect anything benefiting to us, from them.”

“They are assassinating my character.” Baji Rao II said curtly.

“Bhāījān,” Shāziyah, the fourth wife of Imām Saåīd Muħammad, smiled, “We are assassinating their empire. They doubt that we are behind all the revolutionary attempts against their empire. But they can’t prove it. They are doing their best what they can do.”

Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled,

“So, Bhāījān, you can see, we are still integrated.”

“Saåīd,” Baji Rao II, too, smiled now, “Keep the Musalmeen’s faith in us.”

“So many Hindu kings, Peshwas and administrators have a large number of Musalmān wives and Musalmān beloveds. Yet, none has shown the courage enough, to accept publicly, that his Hindu father had some Musalmān sons too.”

“Only you have come forward, Bhāījān.” Zubédah said with her eyes suddenly filled with tears, feeling somewhat guilty herself too.

“Well, that’s the truth, Zubédah.” Baji Rao II said gravely.

He ignored her reaction deliberately.

He had to.

It was the time when the East India Company had not realized the actual danger of Hindu Muslim unity.

If it had realized so, it had certainly opposed the Musalmān Beauties to be married to Hindus in such a large number.

The Musalmān Beauties were being married to Hindus in such a large number, in those days of great Hindu Muslim unity, that they were not being married even to Musalmeen, in such a large number.

The reasons were simple:

1. The Musalmeen were never interested in sex as much as they were interested in practicing Islam.

2. Muslims couldn’t have more than four wives, according to Islam, while Hindus could have unlimited number of wives if they could afford them.

3. The Musalmeen, in those days too, had so many sex taboos Hindus never had. Yazīd Malåūn, in conspiracy with then Årab Burdāfaroshs, was bound to spread such taboos in Musalmeen, to accomplish their vested sinister financial interests, through then Mullahs and Maulavīs.

There were so many arranged marriages even.

The Musalmeen were still following the track devised by Mughal-e-åāzam shahanshāh Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar.

They thought Monotheist Hinduism of Ved the everfirst version of Islam.

Monotheist Hindus were accordingly, not only Musalmeen, but the Everfirst Musalmeen too.

The Bachhalyās headed the Monotheist Hindus and the Brāhmañs headed the rest of them.

“The Bachhalyās are the actual leaders of the Hindus.” Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled at Imām Saåīd Muħammad, “the Brāhmañs are fools.”

“I’m sorry.” Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled too, at his father in law, “but I certainly disagree with you. The Brāhmañs are the religious leaders of the Hindus, while the Bachhalyās are their political leaders.”

“Yet, the real command lies in the hands of the political leaders.”

“The Brāhmañs are the fathers in law and the sālās of the Bachhalyās as we Musalmeen are that of the Hindus.” Imām Saåīd Muħammad said gravely.

Mughal-e-åāzam shahanshāh Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar forced us Musalmeen to marry our beautiful Musalmān daughters and sisters with the eligible Hindus, despite our armed protests even.”

“Well, Mughal-e-åāzam shahanshāh Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar is not alive now.” Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled, “Why the Musalmeen are still following the track established by Mughal-e-åāzam shahanshāh Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar? Why can’t now they have their own way?”

“Because our majority feels that the Muslimāt married with the Hindus are in a far better condition than the Muslimāt married with the Musalmeen. Almost every Muslim father, every Muslim mother wants to marry his/her daughter to a  Hindu husband. Almost every Musalmān brother dreams to marry his beloved Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān sister with some most eligible Hindu.”

Hindus are the dream lovers of Musalmān Beauties.” Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar blurted out.

Imām Saåīd Muħammad laughed.

“Shouldn’t we Musalmeen investigate and find out, why is it so?”

Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar watched his son in law furiously.

“Are you trying to tell me that Hindus are better in morals than us Musalmeen?”

Imām Saåīd Muħammad sighed.

“Never.”

“Then what do you want to say?”

“One bitterest truth, one cold and hard truth, every Musalmān knows at his heart, but none wants to accept it even to himself.”

“Allah, even to himself, Saåīd?”Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar looked at his brilliant son in law helplessly.

“Yes, Abbū. Even to himself.”

“And what’s that?”

Marital relations are basically based on sex, not on morals.”

“Oh!”

“Every woman, whether she is a Musalmān or not, basically wants sex from her husband, not morals.”

“But that’s not right, Saåīd!”

Zubédah immediately looked at his Abbū in strong protest.

“Why Musalmeen are so against nature nowadays, Abbū?”

Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar looked at his daughter Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar.

She was his eldest daughter.

He wanted her to marry with Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD himself.

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar did not refuse.

She met Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD.

Bhāījān, Abbū wants me to marry with you.”

“What?”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD could not believe it, “Zubédah, how can I marry you? You are like my real younger sister. We can’t marry ever. You love Saåīd.”

“That’s the problem, Bhāījān.”

“What’s the problem? You idiot, you couldn’t tell your Abbū that you love Saåīd?”

“We are Muslims, Bhāījān.”

“So what?”

“We can’t talk with our father in this way.”

“Why? He is your father. If you can’t talk with even your father openly—”

“It’s not our tradition.”

“So, you want to marry me now?” Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was furious.

“Please Bhāījān, try to understand me. I know you’d never marry me.”

“I’d never marry you?”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD was immensely surprised, “Would you marry me?”

“Why not?”

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD as if fell from seventh sky.

“What?”

“Bhāījān, I loved Saåīd, because he resembled you.”

“What do you mean?”

“Actually I love you, not Saåīd.”

“Zubédah!”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD thundered at her.

“Please, listen to me.”

“It’s incest. I can’t even hear it. Zubédah, you—”

“Please listen to me.” Zubédah raised her hand, “You are a Peshwa. You must be patient enough—”

“Now I understand.”

“Oh, what?”Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar looked at Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD, “What do you understand now?”

“Actually you don’t love any one, neither Saåīd nor me.”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD said curtly.

“Oh!”

“You acted to love Saåīd because he is my younger brother. But he is not a Peshwa. As soon as you learned that it’s possible for you to marry a Peshwa, you immediately realized that actually you don’t love Saåīd, you love me.”

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled.

“What’s wrong in it, even if it is true? Why should I marry a Peshwa’s younger Musalmān brother, if I can marry the Peshwa himself?”

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD looked at Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar scornfully.

“Why have you come to me?”

“To request you not to refuse to our marriage.”Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled victoriously at Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD, “I never loved Saåīd. He was my marital choice only because I didn’t know I could marry you. I am not foolish enough to choose to be the second fiddle deliberately when I can get the first place even.”

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar tried to grab Baji Rao’s manhood, but he dived anticipating her action.

“Stop it.”Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD thundered at Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar.

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar laughed and attacked on Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD.

Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD tried his best to save himself from Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar, but she was a lot smarter than Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD even.

After a few attempts, ultimately she grabbed Baji Rao’s manhood in her young right palm.

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar was so incredibly beautiful that despite his various attempts Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD could not stop his manhood from getting a grand hardon in her hand.

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled victoriously, winked at Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD erotically and squeezed his manhood significantly.

After a whole grand night with Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD alone, when Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar left the room she had done everything with Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD, she never did with even Imām Saåīd Muħammad ever.

Imām Saåīd Muħammad was an ardent Musalmān.

He believed in Shariåt-e-Muħammadī to the extent that he had not even touched her hand till date.

Hindus were always different in the matter.

They believed in Vivāhāshŧakam and Ashŧmaithunam.

‘Brāhmo daivastathaivārshah prājāpatyastathāāsurah,

Gāndharvo rāxasashchaiv paishāchashchāshŧamo’dhamah.’

1Brāhm, 2Daiv, 3Ārsh, 4Prājāpatý, 5Āsur, 6Gāndharv, 7Rāxas, and eighth 8Paishāch utmost worst.’

‘Smarañam kīrtanam kélih prexañam guhyabhāñam,

Sankalpo’dhyavasāyashch’ kriyānivr’attirév ch.’

1To remember 2to talk about, 3playing, 4to watch, 5clandestine exchange, 6determination, 7effort, and 8ultimate act.’

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar was too smart to allow Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD even to pull out and ejaculate.

She compelled Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD even to ejaculate deepest inside her.

Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar wanted to receive and bear Baji Rao’s son in her virgin womb before leaving the room.

And she was confident, she had succeeded in doing it.***

Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar looked at his eldest daughter.

“What happened?”

“Allaho Akbar!” Zubédah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar laughed cunningly.

“Fataħ?”

“Fataħ.”

“You are sure you bear his son now?”

“Of course, Abbū, your daughter was not born yesterday.”

“There was nothing else we could do.”

“Yes, Abbū, I understand. I’m sorry, I underestimated my great beauty.”

“You are not made to play the second fiddle, you fool.”

“Yes, Abbū, I’m sorry.”

“You chose that foolish Musalmān, Imām Saåīd Muħammad? I never expected it from you, Zubédah.”

“I’m sorry, Abbū, sorry, sorry, sorry, please forgive your foolish daughter.”

“You hundred sisters can write a new Mahā Bhārat with your incredible Sunni Musalmān Beauty.”

“I never knew Shiåā Musalmeen were so active here at our own Pune.”

“They are.” Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar blurted, “The Shiåās are active everywhere. Iran is our neighbor. Even our Årab is farther away.”

“Yes, Abbū.”

“Pune must be in our hands, Sunni Musalmān hands, not in Shiåā Musalmān hands ever. One Mughal empire is more than enough. The bastards  could not save it from Hindus.”

Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar was really a Hindu?”

“He invented Dīn-e-Ilāhī. Didn’t he?”

“Of course, Abbū.”

“Then what’s  the difference whether Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar was a Hindu or not? Isn’t it clear that the Murattid was not a Musalmān?” ***

Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar watched at all of his one hundred one daughters.

He once again thanked Allah that they were extremely beautiful.

However, it was no miracle at all.

He had deliberately planned it.

He deliberately married extremely beautiful Sunni Musalmān Beauties and when each of them gave him 13 extremely beautiful daughters, he divorced them.

“This divorce is necessary.” He told them, “Yet, none of you would have to face any financial problem, if you still work for me.”

“Work for you?”

“Of course. You don’t think I am such an oppressor that I’d take as much as thirteen extremely beautiful daughters from  each of you , and leave you to wander here and there to die ultimately begging.”

“What do you mean?”

“In this Land of Kāmsūtr we can’t win ever if we don’t have enough Womanpower with us.”

“Allah, you mean—”

“Yes! The Shiåās are trying their best, frantically, to win the eversexiest Hindus to their side. The British are bringing their utmost beautiful White Beauties to keep watch on powerful and capable Hindus. They deliberately send them to the powerful and capable Hindus. How can we win if we too don’t keep our own agents there?”

“Agents or concubines?” Salmah thundered at his ex husband.

Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled at his ex wife.

“Salmah darling, there’s no other way to keep Balance of power in our side. Hindus cannot be controlled in any other way. They are the sexiest males I’ve seen ever.”

“As far as their being sexiest males, I agree with the Maulānah, Salmah.” Zamurrad said, “They worship the ‘Sexual Organs In Action’, calling them ‘Shiv Ling Vigrah’ ‘The Penis Benevolent Gripped Optimum.’ Allah, I can’t believe the utter shamelessness.”

“They are the Pagans, darling.”Maulānah Zahīruddīn Muħammad Bābar smiled at his four extremely beautiful ex wives.

“And you are planning to give our Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān Beauties to them for their sexual enjoyment? Shame on you.”

“It’s Al Jihad.”

“Nonsense!”

Al Jihad fī Sabīlillāh.”

Al Jihad fil Ħukūmat.” Salmah said scornfully.

“Even then, don’t you really want to defeat the ever cheating British? They came to India in the commercial disguise, cheated us Musalmeen and thrown us out of power everywhere. Don’t you think we Musalmeen should punish them for their historical cheating of us?”

“By converting our Panjvaqtā Namazī Sunni Musalmān Beauties into concubines of Hindus?” Salmah said scornfully once again, “No. Never.”

“Everything is fair in love and war.”

“I hate you.”***

Richardson observed himself in the mirror,

“We’ve different problem here in Biŧhoor.”

Lily smiled at him,

“And what’s that, if I may ask?”

“Have you joined Baji Rao’s ravenous sexual orgies?”

“Of course.” Lily smiled, “And you are quite right. Most of the Beauties join Baji Rao’s those ravenous sexual orgies, are Musalmān Beauties.”

Sunni Musalmān Beauties or Shiåā Musalmān Beauties?”

“Both.” Lily winked at Richardson impishly, “In fact they constantly try to outnumber each other.”

“God!”

“The Sunni Musalmān Beauties try to outnumber Shiåā Musalmān Beauties.” Lily was still smiling impishly, “And the Shiåā Musalmān Beauties try to outnumber Sunni Musalmān Beauties, adding thus more and more Musalmān Beauties everyday in his sexual orgies.

“Can’t we make it a question of religious self respect to the Musalmān subject of Baji Rao?”

“He has already thought of that, Richardson. He is keeping Imām Saåīd Muħammad in the front to cool of Musalmeen. Most of Baji Rao’s wives, beloveds, women and even concubines are extremely beautiful Musalmān Beauties. Understand? He is not confronting with us British without any proper preparation. ” Lily smiled, “Watch your every step before doing anything against Baji Rao here at Biŧhoor.”

Richardson smiled shrewdly,

“That’s why you are there.”

“Yes, that’s right.”

“You opposed when I suggested that East India Company must try to bring Shiåā Musalmān Beauties here more and more from Iran.” Richardson smiled.

“Well, I didn’t know Sunni Musalmān are so crazy in opposing Shiåā Musalmān that they would send their own womankind even, in these sexual orgies of Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD.”

“Communalism does wonders, darling.”

“Yes, I can see it now.” Lily said, “How many attempts I did to bring the Sunni Musalmān Beauties to these sexual orgies before, but I could not succeed. And as soon as the Shiåā Musalmān Beauties started to join the sexual orgies of Baji Rao II, 1775–1851 AD, Sunni Musalmān Beauties were suddenly started to flood there too, to outnumber them.”

Sunni Musalmān and Shiåā Musalmān can never stop to fight for keeping balance of power to their own side.” Richardson laughed.

Lily laughed too.

“Yet, Baji Rao is a shrewd Peshwa.” she sighed.

“He is not Peshwa anymore.” Richardson retorted, “Don’t call him Peshwa, if even his subject call him so. They are the only persons who do so.”

“Well, why not?” Lily looked at Richardson astutely, “I’m one of the British ladies who don’t like the company behavior with Hindus. We want to compensate Hindus for the British misdemeanor.”

Richardson laughed.

He came to her and sat down on a sofa chair, in front of Lily.

“Do they really believe that nonsense?”

“The Hindus are very much proud of their Uncut Hindu Penis, their Hindu sexology, Kaam Sootr by Brahmarshi Lord Vaatsyaayan, Anangrang, Rati Rahasy’, Naagar Sarvasvam, Rati Manjaree, and even Tantrs, an Upved of Atharv Ved.”

“I know, I know.” Richardson laughed, “So you play the part that you are rapacious for their Uncut Hindu Penis and wild Hindu Sex Kicks?”

“That’s the easiest way to fool Hindus.”

Hindus? Only Hindus?”

“What do you mean?”

“Can’t we have the Musalmeen too?”

“Not in this way.”

“Why not? Are Musalmeen impotents?”

“Not all of them. Yet, they have so many sex taboos.”

“Yes, I think so too.”

“They have Prophet Joseph as their role model, not Kr’shñ.”****

Imām Saåīd Muħammad was not surprised, even in the least, when he was informed that Richardson had come to visit him.

“You are most welcome, my lord.” He greeted him gravely, “It’s certainly an unexpected honor.”

“I wanted to meet you Imām Sāħab! As soon as I assumed the charge of Biŧhoor here.”

“I can understand my lord.” Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled at him patiently, “There are administrative compulsions.”

“That’s so much understanding of you, Imām Sāħab! I’m grateful to you.”

Imām Saåīd Muħammad was not even a bit deceived by this flattery of Richardson.

He knew very well Richardson from his Pune days.

After the death of Phađnavīs in 1800, the Maratha leaders Yashwantrao Holkar of Indore and Daulat Rao Sindhia of Gwalior contested for control of the empire.

Their rivalry made its way to Pune, seat of the Peshwa.

Holkar ultimately triumphed, and Baji Rao fled west to Bombay in September 1802 to seek the willing hands of the British who were waiting for this opportunity with great patience.

There, he concluded the Treaty of Bassein in December 1802, in which the British agreed to reinstate Baji Rao in return for the Marathas allowing British troops in Maratha territory and paying for their maintenance, and acceptance of a British political agent, Resident, at Pune.

Richardson was the shrewd politician of East India Company, who was the intermediary.

Imām Saåīd Muħammad himself had done the negotiations on behalf of Baji Rao.

“I’ve come to deliver some good news to you, your highness.” Richardson came to the point ultimately.

“That’s very considerate of you, my lord.” Imām Saåīd Muħammad smiled at him politely, “Yet, if you remember, I’d requested my lord, not to address me ‘your highness’ ever.”

“It’s very polite of you, your highness.” Richardson said gravely, “Yet, I can’t forget I’d recommended you originally for the Peshwa of Pune.”

“I’m grateful to you, my lord. Yet Baji Rao are my elder brother.”

“So what?”

“Our father, Late Peshwa, Raghunāth Rao, had so many wives, I’d already told you.”

“Yes, yes, I remember.”

“My Ammī was not his Chief Queen.”

“Yes, I know. Your maternal grandpa, Navāb Buland Akħtar, fought for the honor of your Ammī, Bégum Islam Maħal.”

“Well, he did it on his own self. Ammī Bégum never appreciated it.”

“It does not make you less important, my dear friend.”

Imām Saåīd Muħammad watched Richardson gravely.

He knew, Richardson was trying his best to teach him the lesson of selfishness against Baji Rao, ab initio.

His Ammī, Bégum Islam Maħal had instructed him strictly,

“Saåīd, we Musalmeen don’t have a proud history in loyalty. On this or that pretext, the politicians have always succeeded us Musalmeen to betray our Hindu relations. I don’t want it from my own son.”

“Don’t worry, Ammī Ħuzoor, I’m your son.”

“That’s right. But you are a Musalmān too.”

“So what? My father was a liberal Monotheist Hindu.

“That’s why he allowed you to remain in Islamic faith as you wanted, despite so many objections from his courtpersons.”

“I understand Ammī.”

“I’m sorry to say that your maternal grandpa, my Abbū, Navāb Buland Akħtar wanted to make Pune an Islamic state.”

“Ammī!”

“I thought he was a liberal Musalmān that he allowed me to marry your father, Raghunāth Rao. No, he was not. He wanted to snatch away Pune from the Marāŧhās, the Hindus.”

“Why did he want it, Ammī?”

“The Musalmeen want it from him.”

“But why?”

“Because, we Musalmeen think Hindus are not worthy to rule anywhere.”

“And what about Hindus?”

“What do you mean?”

“What do Hindus think about it?”

“Well, Hindus practice religious democracy.”

“Why don’t we Musalmeen too, Ammī?”

“Well, basically, Islam wants us Musalmeen too to practice it, but Yazīd Malåūn counter revolted against Islam .”

“And he succeeded?”

“Yes, he conspired with the Burdāfarosh persons.” Bégum Islam Maħal said gravely, “Qabl-e-Islam , the economy of Årab was oriented largely on Burdāfaroshī. One Årab qabīlah used to attack on another Årab qabīlah and used to kidnap its extremely beautiful girls and women.”

“Allah!”

“Saåīd, we can’t understand it today very well, but actually it was their compulsion.”

“Ammī, are you defending the qabl-e-Islam Årab jāhil kidnappers and looters?”

“Never, darling. I’m trying to explain you why they did it.”

“Their brutality and ruthlessness, actually their inhumanity to be honest, cannot be justified, Ammī Ħuzoor.”

“Never jump to the conclusion, Saåīd.”

“They attacked each other. They kidnapped the Beauties of each other and sold them here in India. Didn’t they?”

“Yes, my son, but—”

“Gradually, the Årab qabāil themselves started to bring their Beauties to India and sell them here. Why India? Because it had enormous wealth and resources then. It was called ‘Soné kī chiđiyā’, a Golden Bird.”

“You are right, my son.”

“Actually, we are ‘Soné kī chiđiyā’, a Golden Bird, even nowadays. Are we not?”

Bégum Islam Maħal smiled,

“Why not? Why not? Of course, we are ‘Soné kī chiđiyā’, a Golden Bird, even nowadays. I can see my son is a proud Indian, as well as he is a proud Musalmān.”

“Well, Ammī, I think Mughal Samrāŧ, Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar was too a proud Indian, as well as a proud Musalmān.”

“Well, some of the Musalmeen don’t think so.”

“Why Ammī?” Imām Saåīd Muħammad was astonished very much.

“He invented ‘Dīn-e-Ilāhī’. The Sunnīs and Shiåās, both argue how a new religion inventor could be a Musalmān.”

“Well, what do you say?”

“I think he was a real Musalmān and a real Monotheist Hindu, both.”

“Great, Ammī.”

“Thank you, my son.”

“We were talking of Årab jāhils, Årab Ignorants, I mean. ” Imām Saåīd Muħammad resumed the subject, “They started to sell their own Beauties gradually. After some time, even the Årab Beauties realized they would be sold to Hindus either by their own qabīlahs or by their opponents, but they would be sold nevertheless. It was their destiny they were incapable to fight against. So, ultimately, they decided to contact their purchasers themselves.”

“That’s right.”

“They surrendered to their sales. They started to sell themselves on their own terms and conditions.

“That’s right.”

It was continued shamelessly till Islam . Ħuzoors tried to stop it. After him, Kħulfa-e-rāshidīn too tried to stop it, but the Årab economy was based mainly on it. So, it was continued clandestinely behind the curtains. It was more sinister now. Qabl-e-Islam it was the sale of Årab jāhil Beauties. Now, it was the sale of Musalmān Beauties. Naturally, neither Ħuzoors could neglect it, nor Kħulfa-e-rāshidīn. Yet, the Årab economy was still dependent on it. The Årabs were not ready to leave the easy remedy to their practical problems. It provided the clandestine background for counter-revolution. It succeeded when Yazīd Malåūn surrendered to it, and conspired with old Årab Burdāfaroshs. After that, it is a most shameful history for Musalmeen. The so called Musalmeen kidnapped the Musalmān Beauties from all over the Åālam-e-Islamī, and continued to sell them to capable Hindus.”

Raghunāth Rao looked at Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II,

“I can’t change my religion, Nizamuddaulah.”

“I can understand your siyāsī, your political compulsion, Shrīmant, yet you should also understand the same of mine.”

“Nizamuddaulah!”

“You have to rule a Hindu majority state, so you have to keep your religion. I have to justify to my Musalmān majority realm why I have to help you.”

“Nizamuddaulah!”

“Bhāījān is right, Shrīmant.” Ānandinī interfered.

Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II looked at her paternal cousin, Ānandinī.

One of his father’s so many sisters was married to Raghu Mahadev of Guhgarh.

Jabeen Ārah, his Buā Ħazrat, did her best what she could do at Guhgarh.

Her daughter, Ānandinī, was her duplicate, in not only extremely beautiful face and body, but she even outexcelled her Ammī, Jabeen Ārah, his Buā Ħazrat, in political conspiracies and diplomacy.

Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II was glad that she managed to bring her husband, Raghunāth Rao, to him.

It was the time Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II, was waiting for.

After Bachhalyās perhaps the Marāŧhās were the shrewdest administrators in Hindus.

Rājpoots were fools.

They were easily exploited.

Even Mahārāñā Pratāp was not as brilliant as he was thought by Hindus.

Even the Mullahs and Maulavīs of his time, were successful in keeping him away from Mughal Samrāŧ, Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar.

Mān Singh did his best to bring Mahārāñā Pratāp and Mughal Samrāŧ, Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar together.

But the network of the Mullahs and Maulavīs of his time was more powerful.

They were fighting a holy war, a Jihād, against the murattid, Mughal Samrāŧ, Jalāluddīn Muħammad Akbar.

He lost his faith in Islam, practically, when Samrāŧ Hémchandr Vikramāditý was killed by Bairam Khan.

It was always doubted that Humayu was not his real father.

Instead, his father was a Hindu king, then ruler of Amarkot, who gave refuge to Humayu and his newly wedded wife, Ħamīdah Bano Bégum.

It was rumored that Humayu left his wife at Amarkot, for the sake of convenience, and fled from Shershah Suri here and there.

Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II smiled,

“Shrīmant, our sister, Ānandinī, says, ‘you don’t have too many fighters with you.”

“She is right.” Raghunāth Rao observed Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II cunningly, “I’m sorry to admit the cold and hard fact, Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II, that we Hindus are better lovers and you Musalmeen are better fighters in the battle field.”

“Yet, we Musalmeen could not win the entire India till now.”

“Nizamuddaulah!”

What we Musalmeen win in the battle fields, we lose on our beds, even more.”

“What do you want to say?”

“The states we Musalmeen win in the battle fields, when come under our administration, the Hindus of them are invited on our beds in a large number, by our Musalmān widows, and by our Musalmān wives even, as Hindus are better lovers on the bed than us Musalmeen.”

Raghunāth Rao smiled shrewdly.

He understood quite well what Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II was saying.

He understood too, quite well, what Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II was going to propose ultimately.

Bégum Imām Ārah, one of the numerous extremely beautiful bégums of Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II, smiled seductively at Peshwa Raghunāth Rao,

Hindu Nandoī Shrī,” Bégum Imām Ārah almost winked, “Our Nanad Dīdī, Ānandinī Raghu Mahadev Oake, tells us the Hindus outexcel Musalmeen in jinsiyāt, in sex, due to Kaam Sootr by Brahmarshi Lord Vaatsyaayan, Anangrang, Rati Rahasy’, Naagar Sarvasvam, Rati Manjaree, and even Tantrs, an Upved of Atharv Ved. Is it right?”

Raghunāth Rao was astonished.

He could not believe a wife was asking this question in the very presence of her own husband, Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II.

Strange!

Wasn’t it?

Yet true.

He could not deny it.

Were Musalmeen better only on the battlefields?

Not even in their own households?

He had to do immense efforts not to look at Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II.

He smiled,

“Of course, it is true, Bhābhī Bégum. We Hindus and Musalmeen differ only in our faith and practices. Physically, we are same.”

Hindu Nandoī Shrī, don’t be so polite.” Bégum Imām Ārah winked at him now more seductively and more openly.

Raghunāth Rao was dumb founded,

“Bhābhī Bégum, it’s true.”

“No, it’s not true, Hindu Nandoī Shrī. Ask your Sālé Miyān, Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II. You Hindus and these Musalmeen are even physically different. The Musalmeen lack something physically too, you Hindus don’t.”

Now, even Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II was stunned.

“Bégum!” He admonished his extremely beautiful Musalmān wife curtly.

“Am I wrong, “Nizamuddaulah?”

“You must not refer to that even if you are right.”

“Even if I’m right? What do you mean Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II? The Musalmeen cut their ajo physically. Don’t they? And Hindus don’t. Isn’t it true that Hindus have something more, even physically, than Musalmeen?”

“Imām Ārah,” Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II said curtly, “it is necessary not be eversexy to meet Sunnat-e-Islam , to meet Sunnat-e-Nabvīs.”

“Not to be eversexy as Hindus are?” Bégum Imām Ārah laughed politely yet significantly.

Now Ānandinī could not control herself,

“Bhābhī Bégum, what are you after? Want to snatch away my Hindu husband?”

“If it is possible.”Bégum Imām Ārah laughed melodiously.

“Nonsense!” Nizam-ul-mulk, Ålī Kħān Āsaf Jāh II was angry.

“Okay, let your sister give him to us on lease.”

Chapter 2

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More Untold History from DSM Satyarthi:

1. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-2

2. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-3

3. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-4

4 Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb: 1

5. Maamekam Sharan’am vraj

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1.  Commentary on Ved

2. More On Hinduism

3. On Islam

4. On History

5. Science Fiction

6.  Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

7. Durgesh in Hindi/Urdu

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Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8

4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2

6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3

7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4

8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5

9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6

10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7

11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8

12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9

13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46

16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2

19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

20. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

21. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

22. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

23. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

24. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5

26. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42

28. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2

30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3

31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4

32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1

33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4

34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3

35. Saamved: Mantr 1

36. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1

37. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10

38. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik

39. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

40.  Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3

41. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4

42. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6

43. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6

44. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7

45. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8

46. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6

47. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22

48.Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25

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Science Fictions from DSM Satyarthi:

1. The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 1

2. The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 2

3.  The Foundation Story Coninued: Chapter 3

4 . The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 4

5. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 5

6.The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 6

7. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 7

8. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 8

9. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 9

10. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 10

11.The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 11

12. The Foundation Story Continued: Chapter 12

13. The Foundation story continued: Chapter 13

14. Prelude to Ten Commandments-1

15. Prelude to Ten Commandments-2

16. Prelude to Ten Commandments-3

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More Creative Adult Sex in English from Durgesh

1. Bahoo Bégum

2. The obsession

3 The daughters and wife of my Musalmān friend

4.The Extramarital affair: Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah:Social Service

5.   Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–1

6. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–2

7. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–3

8. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–4

9. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–5

10. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–6

11. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–7

12. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–8

13. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–9

14. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–10

15. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–11

16. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–12

17. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–13

18. Årab Mahā Bhārat: 1/18: ‘Ādi Parv: Saůūdī Årabia’–14

19. A deserving unfaithfulness

20. A deserving unfaithfulness-2

21. Yåqūb Family-1

22. They conspired against me

23. A secret Smile

24. A new young wife at sixty

24. My dad’s new Musalmān wife

26. The Beaming Knowledge

27. The three pregnants-1

28. The three pregnants-2

29. In the Moonlight

30. Sālī, Ammījān!

31. Now entirely secured and safe

32. She needed me extremely

33. Al Jihād fil Durgesh fī sabīlillāh

34. Kħadījah Åbdullah Bājī  seduced me

35. Her Brilliant Decisions-1

36. Her Brilliant Decisions-2

37. Her Brilliant Decisions-3

38. Her Brilliant Decisions-4

39. No Hindu, Please!

40. Only Hindus, Please!

41. Scintillating Ammī and daughter

42. I do hate hypocrisy

43. I still love Durgesh, with immense pride

44. Hell, I revolt

45. She loved me all along

46. She told the untold-1

47. Arātīyato ni dahāti Vedah: The untold history of our freedom fight-1

48. Making love and understanding everything

49. We both, Nādirah, and Arzumand, love Durgesh

50. After the death of my husband

51. The everbest wives-1

52. Ultimately, I’m an Ammī now

53. The most memorable Eidī of her life

54. It was 24×7, that was all we three cared

55. You are the best. You don’t know

56. I’m not defeated even yet-1

57. Misunderstanding: Everyone thought she’s my wife

58. Yūsuf or Kr’shñ?-1

59. Kħadījah Durgesh Åāyeshah:  I Lost My Sister And Wife To Durgesh

60. A rapist Hindu Piya-1

61. Åli Muħammad Satyarthi-1

62. I love my wife Kħadījah Muħammad

63. Raziyah Akbar Aurangzeb-1

64. I live with him

65. The only man she loved

66. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-1

67. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-2

68. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-3

69. The Ammījān, Durgesh and her daughter: It was my duty-4

70. My Hindu Dad’s two Musalmān Wives

71. It all happened just naturally-1

72. It all happened just naturally-2

73. Under Open Sky

74. Ammī the competent

75. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-1

76. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-2

77. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-3

78. Sixty One Eighteen in Love-4

79. The Extent

80.Ashvinātam intimacy-1

81.Ashvinātam intimacy-2

82. Three sons three Ammīs

83. Ahl-Al Bayt 1: College tour

84. Ahl-Al Bayt 2: The Aftereffect

85. Ahl-Al Bayt 3: The Aftereffect

86. Ahl-Al Bayt 4: Satisfaction

87. Ahl-Al Bayt 5: The Surprising Rest

88.  Ahl-Al Bayt 6: The Nude Day Arranged

89. Ahl-Al Bayt 7

90. Ahl-Al Bayt 8: The Uncut Hindu Obsession

91. Ahl-Al Bayt 9:The Obsession Continued

92. Ahl-Al Bayt 10: The Obsession Still Continued

93. Ahl-Al Bayt 11: One More Obsession

94. Ahl-Al Bayt 12: Obsession One More

95. Ahl-Al Bayt 13

96. Ahl-Al Bayt 14

97. Ahl-Al Bayt 15

98. Ahl-Al Bayt 16

99. Ahl-Al Bayt 17

100. Ahl-Al Bayt 18

101.Ahl-Al Bayt 19

102. Ahl-Al Bayt 20

103. Ahl-Al Bayt 21

104. Ahl-Al Bayt 22

105. Ahl-Al Bayt 23

106. Ahl-Al Bayt 24

107. Ahl-Al Bayt 25

108. Ahl-Al Bayt 26

109. Ahl-Al Bayt 27

110. Ahl-Al Bayt 28

111. Ahl-Al Bayt 29

112. Ahl-Al Bayt 30

113. The everincreasing infinite lust

114. The women in my life

115. My Social Service: My Sex Empire: Durgesh

116.  A Deep Conflict-1

117. I’m never ashamed of it

118. Jahān Ārā Aurangzeb Bājī and a Fools’ Paradise

119. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 1

120. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 2

121. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 3

122.  Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 4

123. Durgesh Åāýéshah Siddīqah: Social Service: 5

124. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:1

125. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:2

126. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:3

127. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:4

128.Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:5

129. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:6

130. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:7

131. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:8

132. Durgesh Sidrah: One more mastermind:9

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More creative adult sex in Hindi/Urdu from Durgesh:

1. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 1

2. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 2

3. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 3

4. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 4

5.Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 5

6. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 6

5. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 7

7. Tujhé Dékhā Tujhé Chāhā: 8

8. Karwā Chauth kā Rozā

9. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-1

10. Mérā Piyā ghar āyā,Yā Allah! Uiiii!-2

11. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-1

12. Durgesh Sidrah Aħmad aur uski Bhābhījān-2

13. Eidul Fitr-1

14. Mérī mubārakbād qabool farmāýén, Ħazrat!

15. Méré Māmūzād Cousin kī Sasurāl mein main

فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ16Fabiayyi ālāi Rabbikumā tukazzibāni?’

17. Ahal-e-Bait-1

18. Main térī dīvānī

19. Al Jihad: No incest: 1

20. Buniyādī insānī ħaq

21. Majājī Kħudā: 1

22. Majājī Kħudā: 2

23. Majājī Kħudā:3

24. Majājī Kħudā:4

25. Majājī Kħudā: 5

26. Majājī Kħudā: 6