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Unheard & Unspoken: Terror stories from Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is one of the biggest states in India, also known as the heart of India. In recent years every major bomb blast linked to the Hindutva groups whether it is Samjhauta Express, Mecca Masjid or Malegaon, all of them have been traced back to the Malwa region (western part) of the state. But in spite of M.P. being the capital of Hindutva terrorism, state police and intelligence focus seem to be on Muslims. In this series we trace the lives of several Muslims youth and their families and how they have been made to suffer in the heartland of India- their stories largely unheard and unspoken, until now.

This series was blocked in India for about six months by Government of India beginning in August 2012.

Part 1: SIMI, an excuse to harass Muslims of Madhya Pradesh

Part 2: A trial of 11 years and counting

Part 3: Muslim youths of Ujjain: Harassed by police and media

Part 4: Robbing their peace and declaring them dacoits

Part 5: Iqrar and Habeeb: two different paths to jail

Part 6: Bizarre case of Aamil Parvez

Part 7: Multiple stories of an arrest

Part 8: Destroying their lives when not killing them in encounters

Part 9: Inside MP prisons, a life of hell awaits Muslim prisoners

Part 10: Fighting phantoms: The story of Madhya Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad

Part 11: kise vakil karen, kis se munsifi chahen?

Part 12: Muslim life in Hindu Pradesh


Hindutva terror

stand up and rise your voice against the injustice
otherwise you can not survive

MP terror stories

Most Indian Muslims are converts either lured by wealth or terror of barbaric invaders of a peaceful and civilised land.They then demanded a piece of invaded land in the name of religion.Why are they still in India?To carry on their barbarism???????

Be calm

We are Indians, as you have right to follow your way and we have the same right, don't get angry, man we have to live side by side to prove India is a country where we strongly believe in Unity in diversity

Grow up guys and Listen to your religion

This is a reflection of true face of so called SECULAR INDIA, and how tolerant Baal Thakrey's Hindu religion is of other faiths. Where is your human values of equality, freedom and justice for all, I think you guys need to go through your religious books rather than paying heed to the hate mongerers, who know nothing but their self serving egos.

jai matha

this is Hindustan and it is clear from this name no more Christians and Muslims should be allowed in our country. They should be thrown out of the country rejecting their citizenship bloody terrorists.

Words quoted by you could

Words quoted by you could suit if u had written them during 60' muslim constitute 15% of population of India is no longer a Hindu country ...Where u r large in number ,u do attrocities with Muslims, and Muslims are large in number , they bang you like in J&k Kashmiri Hindus just keeep on hidin frm Muslims...Besides UR RELIGION is not religion of civilised people .ur religion is oldest one when nobody knew what's wrong or what's right ..u just started praying anything non livin stone and metals(vishwakarma) dont feel proud of bcomin ***** ur religion in short is rligion of ADIMANAVA.

Accept the fact

Mr.sharat chandra Muslims kings have ruled india for hundreds of year in most secular way. Dont try to sow the seeds of hatred. Dont be communial brother. U wil gain nothing. I wish u read the book 'aap ke amanat aap ka sava mai' & u wil understand muslims. I pray to almighty Allaha to guide u to straight path which leads u to sucess in this life & life after death. Ameen

If Muslim Rulers were secular -----------

If Muslim Rulers were secular why has the same Indian Muslims become the "worst communal force" in world injust 64 yeras of Independence as seen in PAKISTAN and are persecuting the HINDUS whom you claim led a SECULAR LIFE under Muslim Rulers??? Condition of HINDUS in BANGLADESH is no better. --------------------- Most of the MUSLIM RULERS were ISLAMIC FANATICS. The Indian population of MUSLIMS are less because of the history of India from 1720-1860 about which most PSEUDO- SECULARIST do not talk. From 1720, the HINDU KINGS led by Marathas & SIKHS actively exterminated MUSLIMS. Then the BRITISH also did it especially after 1857 and had declared ONE GOLD COIN for every Pathan HEAD. This persecution forced large number of Muslims to run back to Iran, Afghanistan & Central Asian Republics from where they originally came to India and were called Irani, Turanis, Decaanis etc etc.

double standards

i was use to think that all the religions were living peacefully before the partition of indian subcontinent and pakistan was a political stunt although myself being pakistani but after reading these pseudo comments against moslems em glad that i dont live in india.

Converted Muslim

Dear brother,
I am a muslim. I see you comments. Its full of jelous and dirty thinking. My dear brother , you have to know what is islam . Please read your Vedash, Upanishad, Most Pandits do not allow to read your scriptures. because the truth will unvail. It is clearly mention in your Vedash " Na tasi Pratima Asthi" Vhagowan ka Koi Akar Nahi hai" why do you people


by Dr. Zakir Naik


The most popular among the Aryan religions is Hinduism. ‘Hindu’ is actually a Persian word that stands for the inhabitants of the region beyond the Indus Valley. However, in common parlance, Hinduism is a blanket term for an assortment of religious beliefs, most of which are based on the Vedas, the Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita.

There are several sacred scriptures of the Hindus. Among these are the Vedas, Upanishads and the Puranas.


1. The word Veda is derived from vid which means to know, knowledge par excellence or sacred wisdom. There are four principal divisions of the Vedas
(although according to their number, they amount to 1131 out of which about a dozen are available). According to Maha Bhashya of Patanjali, there are 21 branches of Rigveda, 9 types of Atharvaveda, 101 branches of Yajurveda and 1000 of Samveda).

2. The Rigveda, the Yajurveda and the Samveda are considered to be more ancient books and are known as Trai Viddya or the ‘Triple Sciences’. The Rigveda is the oldest and has been compiled in three long and different periods of time. The 4th Veda is the Atharvaveda, which is of a later date.

3. There is no unanimous opinion regarding the date of compilation or revelation of the four Vedas. According to Swami Dayanand, founder of the Arya Samaj, the Vedas were revealed 1310 million years ago. According to other scholars, they are not more than 4000 years old.

4. Similarly, there are differing opinions regarding the places where these books were compiled and the Rishis to whom these Scriptures were given. Inspite of these differences, the Vedas are considered to be the most authentic of the Hindu Scriptures and the real foundations of the Hindu Dharma.


1. The word 'Upanishad' is derived from Upa meaning near, Ni which means down and Shad means to sit. Therefore ‘Upanishad’ means sitting down near. Groups of pupils sit near the teacher to learn from him the secret doctrines.

According to Samkara, ‘Upanishad’ is derived from the root word Sad which means ‘to loosen’, ‘to reach’ or ‘to destroy’, with Upa and ni as prefix; therefore ‘Upanishad’ means Brahma-Knowledge by which ignorance is loosened or destroyed.

2. The number of Upanishads exceeds 200 though the Indian tradition puts it at 108. There are 10 principal Upanishads. However, some consider them to be more than 10, while others 18.

3. The Vedanta meant originally the Upanishads, though the word is now used for the system of philosophy based on the Upanishad. Literally, Vedanta means the end of the Veda, Vedasua-antah, and the conclusion as well as the goal of Vedas. The Upanishads are the concluding portion of the Vedas and chronologically they come at the end of the Vedic period.

4. Some Pundits consider the Upanishads to be more superior to the Vedas.


Next in order of authenticity are the Puranas which are the most widely read scriptures. It is believed that the Puranas contain the history of the creation of the universe, history of the early Aryan tribes, life stories of the divines and deities of the Hindus. It is also believed that the Puranas are revealed books like the Vedas, which were revealed simultaneously with the Vedas or sometime close to it.

Maharishi Vyasa has divided the Puranas into 18 voluminous parts. He also arranged the Vedas under various heads.

Chief among the Puranas is a book known as Bhavishya Purana. It is called so because it is believed to give an account of future events. The Hindus consider it to be the word of God. Maharishi yasa is considered to be just the compiler of the book.


The two epics of Hinduism are the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.

A. Ramayana:

According to Ramanuja, the great scholar of Ramayana, there are more than 300 different types of Ramayana: Tulsidas Ramayana, Kumbha Ramayana. Though the outline of Ramayana is same, the details and contents differ.

Valmiki’s Ramayana:

Unlike the Mahabharata, the Ramayana appears to be the work of one person – the sage Valmiki, who probably composed it in the 3rd century BC. Its best-known recension (by Tulsi Das, 1532-1623) consists of 24,000 rhymed couplets of 16-syllable lines organised into 7 books. The poem incorporates many ancient legends and draws on the sacred books of the Vedas. It describes the efforts of Kosala’s heir, Rama, to regain his throne and rescue his wife, Sita, from the demon King of Lanka.

Valmiki's Ramayana is a Hindu epic tradition whose earliest literary version is a Sanskrit poem attributed to the sage Valmiki. Its principal characters are said to present ideal models of personal, familial, and social behavior and hence are considered to exemplify Dharma, the principle of moral order.

B. Mahabharata:

The nucleus of the Mahabharata is the war of eighteen days fought between the Kauravas, the hundred sons of Dhritarashtra and Pandavas, the five sons of Pandu. The epic entails all the circumstances leading upto the war. Involved in this Kurukshetra battle were almost all the kings of India joining either of the two parties. The result of this war was the total annihilation of Kauravas and their party. Yudhishthira, the head of the Pandavas, became the sovereign monarch of Hastinapura. His victory is supposed to symbolise the victory of good over evil. But with the progress of years, new matters and episodes relating to the various aspects of human life, social, economic, political, moral and religious as also fragments of other heroic legends came to be added to the aforesaid nucleus and this phenomenon continued for centuries until it acquired the present shape. The Mahabharata represents a whole literature rather than one single and unified work, and contains many multifarious things.

C. Bhagavad Gita:

Bhagavad Gita is a part of Mahabharata. It is the advice given by Krishna to Arjun on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. It contains the essence of the Vedas and is the most popular of all the Hindu Scriptures. It contains 18 chapters.

The Bhagavad Gita is one of the most widely read and revered of the works sacred to the Hindus. It is their chief devotional book, and has been for centuries the principal source of religious inspiration for many thousands of Hindus.

The Gita is a dramatic poem, which forms a small part of the larger epic, the Mahabharata. It is included in the sixth book (Bhismaparvan) of the Mahabaharata and documents one tiny event in a huge epic tale.

The Bhagavad Gita tells a story of a moral crisis faced by Arjuna, which is solved through the interaction between Arjuna, a Pandava warrior hesitating before battle, and Krishna, his charioteer and teacher. The Bhagavad Gita relates a brief incident in the main story of a rivalry and eventually a war between two branches of a royal family. In that brief incident - a pause on the battlefield just as the battle is about to begin - Krishna, one chief on one side (also believed to be the Lord incarnate), is presented as responding to the doubts of Arjuna. The poem is the dialogue through which Arjuna’s doubts were resolved by Krishna’s teachings.

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The perversions of the Right

The perversions of the Right wing Hindu organisations cannot be overlooked as they have brought our India to a state where not only the different faiths but even the individual so-called "Caste" based communities are having to fight for their Rights. For some the label given is "Reforms" for others the label is "Fundamentalism" the real issue is evaded.

what secularism

those who go with secularism r not Hindus i think so. Here in Hindustan the government started reducing the allowances made Hindus, which is now being divided among the Christians and the Muslims. Who the hell r they in our country

Muslims in India

Dear Fellows,
If the Poor people of India were 'converted' to Islam under the 'barbaric' Muslim rule of 800 years, they should have reverted to Hinduism soon after independence!
The fact is that people in India converted to Islam because: A: Caste based persecution under Hindu societies which persists till date. and B: Islam's pure teachings and fair and just rule by Muslims including Aurangzeb.
Your prejudice may not allow you to accept facts, but that does not make the facts any less truthful.
Wherever Islam reached its rule, people flocked under its fold and have remained steadfast. This is true of the first Islamic conquest outside Arabian penisula, i.e. Palestine, where the people are still Muslims. Also the former USSR or Russia, where even the brutal Stalin could not revert them to his religion.
Even in countries where Islam's rule did not reach, people came to Islam's fold, like in Indonesia and Malaysia and have remained Muslims.
Shed Your Prejudice.

sharath chandra tu kya

sharath chandra tu kya hindustan ka badshah hai jo muslim ko hindustan meh nahi dhekhna chatah atanki tum jaise kuch log ho jinke dil kaleh hai aur tumlog ka yahi kaam hai fasaad failana wi r muslim n v alwayz proud to be
Allah ka sukrh hai ki hum momeen hai ummateh rasool hai puri duniya ke har koneh meh hai muslim aur rahegi tum jaise log kuch nahi karsakteh atanki tumlog ho mera hindustaan kehteh zabaan ko sambhaal aur hamarah hindustaan bol proud to bi muslim alwayzzzzz

Same thing happened with

Same thing happened with Hindus in Mughal era and Muslim rules.
And those who think that Muslim rulers were secular,they must remember Somnath Temple,Nalanda University,Taxila University,Aurangzeb, Kashmiri Pandits force conversion and Sacrifice of life by Guru Tegbahadur for them.
Killing of 2 Sons of Guru Govind Singhji byy Aurangzeb.We haven't forget anything on the name of Secularism.
If these were the Secularism of Muslim rulers then even Bal Thakrey is Secular on this basis.

india is our country and all

india is our country and all indians are my brothers and sisters.yeh honi sahiya mari an youngster i proud to be an indian.yeh jo nahi samjhta unke liya ek baat kahna chahta hu.we muslims give you taj mahal,lal khila, you know read now.jab akbar badshah ka jamana unho tum hindus ku kis liya chod diya tha pata hai.kyu ki tumhari behan ku diya tha isliya.aaj bhi hamara akbar baba(hyderabad,mla,chandranguta) zinda hai tumhari bahen ku laka do.unho tumhari upar ki comment ki galti maaf kar deta.Moral of the story is hum mein hai kabhi nahi hon ga kaam.tumhara hanuman mein nahi tha dam is liya shaadi nahi kara.the followers of hanuman are sixers.bal bramachari means bal will grow but cock.Let me tell you this that go online and search that when and where your god ram born and live in the history and check in which year.that will show sorry no result found.thats why you are all like this.this all for them who hate muslim and those who are neutral.we always love our country.we proud to be muslim and after that indian.first comes religion them where we cannot change thinking of people.

Nobody has the right to say

Nobody has the right to say anything wrong about any religion!