The Plunder of Paradise

by Prof. Shankar Nadar


The Plunder of Paradise (1500 BC - 1000 AD)

"Brahmin Gold" refers to the staggering wealth aquired by the Brahmans through unlawful and questionable means during the `Brahmanic Ages' of Indian History, the 2500 years of Brahman rule in India from 1500 BC to 1000 AD. The illegal means included confiscation, fraud, and human exploitation in the form of forced labour and slavery, and the maintenance of the bulk of Non-Brahmins in a state of abject poverty. This book (in 3 volumes) seeks to provide an objective estimate of the extent of the damage.

Volume I : Doctrines & Legalization

Volume II : Means of Acquisition

Volume III : Brahmanization & Exploitation of Nations

Volume IV : References

`Brahmin Gold' by Shankar Nadar was published by Sudrastan Books, Jabalpur, 1999 without any Copyright. It was thence reprinted in Dalitstan Journal, Volume 1, Issue 2 (Oct. 1999) and has been archived in the Ambedkar Library at It is available for free public distribution as per the Ambedkar Library Public Licence: You may freely distribute this work, as long as you do not make money from it and clearly state the internet location of Ambedkar Library,, where you obtained it.

Further Reading :

The Brahmin Nuclear Bomb
Dalitstan Journal

Sudra Holocaust Museum

Bible of Aryan Invasions
By Uthaya Naidu

Myth of One Hindu Religion Exploded
By Hadwa Dom

Ambedkar Library

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