This is a safe space for Brahmins, Kashmiri Pandits and all the Indian Hindus (in general) who believe that a lot of mis-information is spread against them and would want a more real depiction of our culture. In a dharmic society, the Brahmin was the marg darshak, if a person cannot see their own marg, how can they guide society? If they are themselves lost, how can they call themselves "a Brahmin"?
It's perfectly possible to be a member of the Brahmin samaj and be totally lost in terms of Dharmic purpose and marg. As the group’s focus is not caste rather the community as a whole.
If you don't wake up every morning with a burning desire to restore dharma, save humanity, restore harmony, reduce suffering.... with a list of actions which you know need to be done, automatically by intuition, then look at yourself in a mirror HONESTLY and ask, am I truly a Brahmin yet? Or merely born into the opportunity to become one?
If you do not burn with an inner passion to save the Dharmic vision, family, society, civilisation and nation, then you must support those who do, and from supporting them you will be "opened" to a darshan of Dharma.
If you are asking incessant questions, mostly irrelevant and asked irreverently, of those who do burn to serve and save, you are a succubus, sucking their prana shakti and best avoided by those who do see a marg.
If you are lost, unable to SEE what to do, without cunning computation or cerebration, and you are blessed to encounter someone who is a marg darshak, taking purposeful strides, you should ask "what do I do next? Please instruct me".
What you must not do is stop the real Brahmin on his path and engage in interrogation masquerading as "intellectual exploration" when all it really is, is "mental mast*****ion", self indulgent and harmful to self and samaj.
Either lead on the path or follow on the path, either BE a margdarshak or shut up and follow a marg darshak. If all you do is distract marg darshaks, you are harmful and to be avoided. So much work to be done .... tired of speaking softly.
@Pt. Satish Sharma ji
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