NO.200 India and Dar al-Isram 2


Indian society, the principle of ruin



This article is a continuation of NO.199.

Indian principles of behavior
NO.202 Principles of Hindu and Indian Behavior

Indian Caste System



Indian Caste seems to have been established in Varna and Jati.
Varna consists of four stages of caste: Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya, and Shudra.
In Caste in India, there is caste of the untouchable people (Dalit) who are outcasts under the Varna.

This untouchable (Dalit) is also stipulated as Scheduled Castes in the Indian Constitution. The Indian Constitution also provides for Scheduled Tribes.
The Indian Constitution provides for the guarantee of the rights of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

In India, there are many influential politicians from Dalit.
Prime Minister Modi seems to be from a social class outside Varna. Apparently Modi is not from Scheduled Castes.

Prime Minister Modi started his career as a politician by joining a Hindu supremacy group.


The fact of caste discrimination reported by Internet articles



Discrimination by the Indian Caste system seems to be due to Hindu doctrine. A caste person recognizes that if a lower caste person touches an object he touches, he will be defiled.
This seems to be a fundamental principle of Hinduism. In Indian society, this principle is strictly followed.
A person never touches anything touched by a person in his lower caste. This principle is thoroughly enforced in social life.

There was an article stating that untouchable women were always at risk of sexual assault when they were in love. It seems that the upper casters are sexually assaulting Dalit women so that they can understand the principles of Caste.

In Hinduism, it would be defilement if you touch the subordinates of Caste, so I think this sexual assault is a violation of Hindu principles.

I read the next episode. A love-aged young man sent a love letter to a lower Caste woman. The young man was lynched and killed by the same Caste as the woman who sent the love letter. It seems that the young mother begged the subordinate Caste not to take his son's life.
The mother's appeal was not heard.
For those who break the Caste principle, killing seems to be the practice of Indian society. This seems to be called a pore.

So how does Hindu position non-Hindu people?
The Hindu convert will belong to the lowermost Shudra of Varna. Those who are not Hindus are located outside of Varna.


I guess that the Indian Caste system was beneficial to India when it was isolated from the international community.



Based on the above, I conclude. The Caste system can cause the destruction of Indian society.
India has become a member of the international community.

Many untouchable people also support the Caste system. Indian people have no freedom of choice. The occupation to be engaged is determined by the caste to which the person belongs.
In other words, all Indians are guaranteed occupations.

Varna's top Brahmin works with religious ceremonies. Manufacture of tools used in the religious ritual is a profession of Dalit.

If Hindus live in the caste they belong to, they will be born to the next higher caste by reincarnation after death.
Hindus have hope for this and will live every day.
Accepting discrimination by subordinate Caste people would also prove that they are devout Hindus.

Even those in the upper caste, those who violate the caste system, will be sentenced to death by the lower caste.
Hindu justice is protected.
This principle has continued to maintain Hindu centripetal powers?

The Caste system would have been the most suitable system for India in order to properly maintain Indian society.
India is an extremely diverse society. India would have to establish a huge number of castes and establish a social division of labor for that purpose.

However, the situation would have changed radically as India became a member of the international community.


India's crisis structure as a member of the international community



Non-Hindus, especially Christians and Muslims, may have great difficulties in accepting the Caste system.
In Indian society, the only people who can truly be part of the international community may be Dalit people.
I think so.

In the past, various difficulties would have arisen in the coexistence of Hindus and non-Hindus.
Hindus would never have been able to discriminate against non-Hindus in principle.
Hindus seem to apply no caste principle to non-Hindus.
Hindus can be defiled when touched by a lower caste person, but they cannot be defiled when touched by non-Hindus.

However, this may be limited to low caste people.
High caste people never come into contact with non-Hindus.
For example, the top Brahman people must never be defiled. These people must perform religious ceremonies and reincarnate all caste people into a higher caste in the next life through reincarnation.
The people of Brahmin must always remain clean.
Brahmin people must eliminate all the possibility of defilement. Then, Brahmin people are allowed to live only in a small, isolated space.

In a big city in India, people seem to keep their castes secret. Even if a person touches what a lower caste has touched, he cannot defilement unless he knows the opponent's caste.
The people to whom this principle is applied are probably Vaishya, Shudra, and Dalit.

A young man has no resistance to touching what he touches unless he knows the opponent's caste.
However, the youth parent's generation cannot touch what the other person touches, as long as the other person may be a lower caste person.

As India's internationalization progresses, the obstacles caused by the restrictions of the Caste system will become increasingly serious.

Muslims and Christians will interact with India by thoroughly implementing the principles of their religion.
These people will respond without any remorse if Hindu behavior violates their principles.

The only people who can co-exist with Muslims and Christians in the true sense are those of the Dalit who can be completely free from the restrictions of the Caste system.

India for the international community would be Dalit people.
The work of Dalit people would be to isolate Caste people from the international community who could not be allowed to defile.
And this will be the action principle of the Indian state.

And when the Indian state can no longer isolate those who are not allowed to be defiled from the international community, the Indian caste system will end and the Indian society will collapse.
If there are no clean Brahmin people, there will be no religious ceremonies. None of the Hindus who are reborn in the upper caste due to natural rotation.
Undoubtedly, an acute anomie will occur.
Reference: Articles related to Acute Anomie

Will it be a situation where you do not know what will happen in the world situation?

How will the realized Dar al-Isram respond to this India?
This will be a challenge because the purpose of the constructed Dar al-Isram is to realize the purpose of Islam.


For now, I can only raise this issue.





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