Saturday, January 31, 2009

Sudhir Neerattupuram

Sudhir Neerattupuram is well known Hindutva writer and activist from Kerala, Bharat. His articles are published in various Newspapers, Magazines, Weeklies, Souvenirs etc. He wrote essays, criticisms, stories, features, political stories, Book reviews etc.
He has a Bachelors Degree in Economics from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala. He has been working in the fields of Journalism and Publication for over eighteen years. He worked in Editorial section of Vrittantham Fortnighly, Janmabhumi Daily, Kesari Weekly and Vandhana Weekly.
His books are published by very famous publishing houses in Kerala.
  1. Eeswarante Chiri (Smile of God) – Kairali Children’s Book Trust (DC Books), Kottayam
  2. Swami Vivekanandan Paranja Kadakal (Stories Tell By Swami Vivekananda) - Bala Sahiti Prakashan, Aluva
  3. Subhashita Saram (short Poems) - Bala Sahiti Prakashan, Aluva
  4. Amrutavachanagal (Wordings) – Kurukshetra Prakashan, Cochin
  5. Ramayana Prasnothiri (Ramayana Quiz) - Kurukshetra Prakashan, Cochin
He is living in the “God’s Own Country” Kerala’s beautiful place of Neerattupuram, Kuttanadu in Alappuzha District. The famous Neerattupuram Boat Race is held here on Thiruvonam. Chakkulattukavu Devi Temple is a pilgrim centre which is attracting lakhs of devotees all around India.
Sudhir Neerattupuram’s published articles in various medias are given below for everybody’s attention for high thinking, understanding and strong reactions against anti hindutva elements in the pseudo secular world.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Global Hindutva

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Friday, June 27, 2008

ഹിന്ദുത്വ - സവര്‍കര്‍' view

Hindutva: Who is a Hindu?
In 1923 ideological pamphlet by Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. The text exhibits one of the early uses of the term Hindutva (a Sanskrit -tva, a neuter abstract suffix, meaning "Hinduness", "quality of being a Hindu"). It is one of the foundational texts of contemporary Hindu nationalism.
Savarkar wrote the pamphlet while imprisoned in Ratnagiri jail. It was smuggled out of the prison and was published by Savarkar’s supporters.
Savarkar regards being Hinduism as an ethnic, cultural and political identity. "Hindus", according to Savarkar, are patriotic inhabitants of Bharatavarsha, those who consider India (Bharat) to be their fatherland (pitribhumi) as well as their "holyland" (punyabhumi). Savarkar thus extends the concept of "Hindu" beyond religious adherence to a term of ethnic nationalism and irredentism, identifying Hindus with the inheritors of a postulated Aryan race "indigenous" to Greater India. Sarvakar includes all Dharmic religions in the term "Hindusim" and outlines his vision of a "Hindu Rashtra" (Hindu Nation) as "Akhand Bharat" (United India), purpotedly stretching across the entire Indian subcontinent.
the Aryans who settled in India at the dawn of history already formed a nation, now embodied in the Hindus.... Hindus are bound together not only by the tie of the love they bear to a common fatherland and by the common blood that courses through their veins and keeps our hearts throbbing and our affection warm but also by the tie of the common homage we pay to our great civilisation, our Hindu culture."
—(p. 108)

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, live on idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.
Good motives, sincerity, and infinite love can conquer the world. One single soul possessed of these virtues can destroy the dark designs of millions of hypocrites and brutes.
The national ideals of Bharat are Renunciation and Service. Intensity her in those channels, and the rest will take care of itself.
  • By work alone, men may get to where Buddha got largely by meditation or Christ by prayer. Buddha was a working Jnani, Christ was a Bhakta, but the same goal was reached by both of them.
  • All expansion is life, all contraction is death.
  • All love is expansion, all selfishness is contraction. Love is therefore the only law of life. He who loves lives, he who is selfish is dying. Therefore love for love's sake, because it is law of life, just as you breathe to live.
  • Mankind ought to be taught that religions are but the varied expressions of THE RELIGION, which is Oneness, so that each may choose the path that suits him best.
  • Who will give the world light? Sacrifice in the past has been the Law, it will be, alas, for ages to come. The earth's bravest and best will have to sacrifice themselves for the good of many, for the welfare of all.
  • For my own part I will be incarnated two hundred times, if that is necessary to do what I have undertaken amongst my people.
  • All my patriotism is gone. Everything is gone. Now it's only Mother, Mother!