‘Mahatma’ Gandhi Equated Rama Rajya with ‘Khudai Raj’ or ‘Khalifa Rule’

We are made to believe that the ‘Mahatma’ was always singing, “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram…” tune in his prayers. The Bollywood films show people singing that bhajan to associate him with it. There has also been a rumor told to us repeatedly that “Hey Ram” were the last words of the ‘Mahatma’ when Nathuram Godse unloaded three bullets into him on 30th January 1948.

Hindus have been gullible for centuries and have been betrayed by all kinds of fraudulent mischiefs over and over for time immemorial.  The same Hindus have been cheated by the Gandhiwaadis, Seculars of India, and the Congress machinery repeatedly in all this propaganda. Since the name of the Lord, such as ‘Rama,’ ‘Hari,’ or ‘Krishna,’ can only be uttered by the most pious of the people in their last minutes, Gandhi was automatically understood to be the favorite of Lord Rama!

However, Nathuram Godse, who actually shot ‘Mahatma’ Gandhi at point-blank range, did not hear anything like ‘Hey Ram‘ coming out of Gandhi’s mouth. Instead, he thought that the word out of Gandhi’s mouth was only a faint ‘Ah..”. The details of that testimony are found in the ‘Gandhi Vadh Kyon” book by Gopal Godse. The question is, if Nathuram Godse did not hear ‘Hey Ram,’ how did other people who would have been either shell shocked or might have run away to save their own life, hear Gandhi utter the name of Rama so clearly and precisely? It sounds like a cooked-up story that was shoved down our throats for decades!

‘Mahatma’ Gandhi hardly wrote any books on any religious matters. There are no detailed accounts of his spiritual knowledge available in any comprehensive manner either. But, somehow, he was given the title of ‘Mahatma’ and then that was peddled recklessly by media, system, and everyone who benefited from Gandhi’s name… so far.

The best way to probe Gandhi’s knowledge on spiritual matters, and his knowledge, especially around Ram, Krishna, Bhagavad Gita, and Hindu literature is to look through the ‘Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi: Volumes 1 to 98’ available through Gandhi Sevagram Ashram website or  Gandhi.gov.in website.

Before we jump onto how he perceived Rama Rajya based on his knowledge of it, let’s not forget he already had said that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Maharana Pratap, like warrior kings and Guru Govind Singh, were misguided patriots. You can read the following post to get the details of that claim of Gandhi here:

Now, let’s talk about Gandhi’s knowledge of the Hindu religion, Hindu Shastras, the history of actual Mahatmas of India, and the glorious history of Bharat. Gandhi could not even comprehend the meaning and depth of the civilizational value of ‘Rama Rajya‘. Therefore, he seems to have a disgusting definition of it, acting as if he is taking the Rama Rajya to the next intellectual level. His majestic definition of Rama Rajya came out in 1947 when he decided to really define his version of ‘Rama Rajya’. In that attempt, the ‘Mahatma’ made a statement that clearly indicates his religious inclinations, his loyalty, and his vision of Rama Rajya. Here is what the ‘Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi‘, Volume 94 has on page number 46:

 

 

There we have it. The so-called ‘Mahatma’ was leading a double life. He was dressed in a Hindu saintly dress and sang the ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram….’ But in his heart, he had a dream of Khalifa Raj (Califate Rule). He wanted the raj of Khuda, not Rama. According to him, only a Khalifa could establish a Rama Rajya.

There are two things about Gandhi is exposed by this expression from him at the spiritual level:

  1. Gandhi had no knowledge of Rama Rajya. That means he never studied Ramayana or Ramcharitmanas or any Hindu scripture that would teach what RamRajya means. Since he had only a general idea, he created his own version that suited his political ambitions.
  2. Califa or Khalifa Rule is so diagonally opposite to Rama Rajya, and yet Gandhi thought it was only fair to make them synonymous just as he had adulterated a beautiful Rama Bhajan to suit his propaganda and inserted the line “Ishwar Allah Tero Naam…”  in it. This act of comparing Ram Rajya with Khilafat Raj also indicates that either he was equally uneducated about Khalifa Rule, or he was just like any insane cleric who would not mind making such insane comparisons. The only thing he knew for sure was that gullible Hindus would still not oppose his insanity because he dressed like a saint.

Either way, the level of insanity of Gandhi is exposed with this utterance from him. It’s clear as day that Gandhi was not only ignorant of Hindu scriptures Hindu concepts of God, but he was a Kaalnemi of Ramayana dressed as a Saint.

Now, the ever-gullible Hindus of Hindustan need to decide, is it acceptable to compare Bhagwan Rama with Khuda or Khalifa? Gandhi did that and got away unscathed. He faced no opposition because he was considered a ‘Mahatma’ just because he dressed like a detached Hindu saint. But was there any Muslim in the ‘Mahatma’s circle of influence who agreed with him? Did any Muslim say that Bhagawan Rama is Khuda and Khuda is Bhagawan Rama? As far as Muslims are concerned, they were not confused. They are never confused. For them, even considering such an idea is haram for Muslims. It is only Hindus who have always been at the receiving end of thugs like Gandhi who would cheat Hindus so easily by just dressing like a Hindu saint.

To Gandhi, RamRajya represented God’s dominion, and the Khalifa ruled that realm. Gandhi’s implicitly indicated the true faith he subscribed to. He clearly showed his view toward the Hindu value system and even Bhagawan Rama, whose name he kept singing to cheat Hindus like Kaalnemi of Ramayana, who also wanted to cheat Hanuman by singing Rama Naam dressed like a saint. Isn’t this something that should have been discussed in history classes?

The purpose of today’s historians, researchers, and academia should be to look into Gandhi’s life without the fore-drawn conclusion that he was a ‘Mahatma’ or he was ‘Baapu,’ or he was the ‘father of the nation.’ Instead, if we research independent of any prejudice, it’s effortless to conclude that Gandhi was anything but a Mahatma. He was anything but an intellectual. Also, Gandhi was anything but a ‘Hindu.’

 

References:

THE COLLECTED WORKS OF MAHATMA GANDHI – Volume 94 – Gandhi Ashram Sevagram

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