Today, let’s talk about the much-hyped term Blasphemy and its connection with the majority community of India.
But before I lay down my points, I want to make one thing clear, the Hindus or say the followers of Sanatan Dharma do not comprise the majority community as their numbers are steeply declining and they are a minority in almost 8 Indian states.
So, back to the topic, the community larger in number can go through humiliation, especially in a country like India whose media as well as academia is highly controlled by the left-liberal cabal.
The recent incident in point is a poster of a film that has drawn flak from society for the misrepresentation of Hindu goddess Maa Kaali.
Inappropriate depiction of Maa Kaali draws flak
A recent controversy has erupted after the poster release of the documentary film “Kaali”. Leena Manimekalai’s film “Kaali” poster depicts a character who is donning an attire similar to that of Hindu Goddess Maata Kaali. The character with that similar attire, mukut and trishul in hand has been shown as smoking a cigarette. With multiple hands, holding several astras in hand, in one of her hands, the character is holding the LGBTQ flag.
The poster was shared by Leena herself, as her film Kaali was being launched at the Aga Khan Museum as a part of Rhythms of Canada.
Well, no matter what the cabal propagates about the screening and tries to form public opinion. This is just an attempt to practice Goebbels’s principle of ‘making a lie so big, that people start perceiving it as the truth.’ But the truth that lies underneath is, that these people think that they can get away with anything under the garb of creativity and no one will seek any answers from them.
While the demand for her arrest is trending on the micro-blogging platform Twitter, the actual issue is seeking the cause of why the Hindu community is at the receiving end of these kinds of humiliations and insults.
It’s okay to insult Hindu Devi-Devatas
It has become a trend in the entertainment industry to draw controversy and gain media attention. From “Sexy Durga” to “Kaali”, objectionable representation of Hindu Devis and Devatas have become a common trend, courtesy of the left-liberal cabal who enjoy firm control over these industries.
To say it simply, the Marxist stronghold on the Indian institutions needs to be tackled immediately. As the back-to-back making of such films and the normalisation of such insults of Hindu deities inculcates a narrative into the young minds that are to be ashamed of the roots they belong to and bash them in order to look cool.
Well, with the hyped ongoing debate around blasphemy and rape and death threats issued to the ones accused of Blasphemy, here is one question that we want to put up here, aren’t such objectionable films a form of blasphemy? Or is it okay to insult deities as there is no threat from the Hindu community as Hindus are the actual ‘peacefuls’ on this planet?
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