Wednesday, September 24, 2014

SHAME OF BHARAT

SHAME OF BHARAT .....THE UNGRATEFUL BASTARDS STILL EAT OUT BREAD AND THROW STONES AT US !
Photo: SHAME OF BHARATA .....THE UNGRATEFUL BASTARDS STILL EAT OUT BREAD AND THROW STONES AT US !!!!

The Tarikh-i-Firishta records that Sultãn Sikandar Butshikan of Kashmir (AD 1389-1413) hatefully known as 'Sikander But-shikan' (the iconoclast), father of Zain-ul-Abidin. Assisted by Suha Bhatt, his Prime Minister, a neo-convert to Islam, assuming the name of Saifud-Din, the king in mad frenzy of skewed religious fanaticism and bigotry surpassed even the greatest tyrants of History. 

Putting hundreds and thousands of his Hindu subjects, mostly Brahmins, to sword, desecrating, plundering and destroying all the famous temples and libraries, focibly converting some to Islam, inflicting all possible cruelities upon them, the king stopped short at nothing. His equally ruthless soldiers tired of wielding their swords dragged their hapless victims to the Dal Lake and drowned them in it at a place which is still known by the name of 'Bhatta Mazar' meaning the graveyard of the Hindus. Those who yielded, got converted; those who could, escaped to the subcontinent; but those who resisted, perished.
The Tarikh-i-Firishta records that Sultãn Sikandar Butshikan of Kashmir (AD 1389-1413) hatefully known as 'Sikander But-shikan' (the iconoclast), father of Zain-ul-Abidin. Assisted by Suha Bhatt, his Prime Minister, a neo-convert to Islam, assuming the name of Saifud-Din, the king in mad frenzy of skewed religious fanaticism and bigotry surpassed even the greatest tyrants of History.

Putting hundreds and thousands of his Hindu subjects, mostly Brahmins, to sword, desecrating, plundering and destroying all the famous temples and libraries, focibly converting some to Islam, inflicting all possible cruelities upon them, the king stopped short at nothing. His equally ruthless soldiers tired of wielding their swords dragged their hapless victims to the Dal Lake and drowned them in it at a place which is still known by the name of 'Bhatta Mazar' meaning the graveyard of the Hindus. Those who yielded, got converted; those who could, escaped to the subcontinent; but those who resisted, perished