Brahmanic Dark Ages Classified


The Brahmanic Dark Agee which lasted from 1500 BC to 1000 AD were the most severe period of darkness in the entire history of the world. During no other period in human history did mankind descend to such depths of darkness and ignorance, and in no other era did a race of invaders inflict such brutality and cruelty on an Indigenous population. What the white Aryan Hindu invaders did to the Native Sudroid Blacks far exceeded in horrors the Genocide of Native Americans by Spaniards, the Extermination of Australoids by Anglo-Saxons and the African Holocaust. The worst perpetrators of Aryan crimes were the Brahmin priests. The Brahmins turned India into a desert populated by mindless slaves upon whom they imposed the worst tyranny seen. There existed the following sub-stages of this long era :

Vedic Dark Ages ( 1500 BC - 500 BC )

The major characteristics of the Vedic Dark Ages are :

The term Veda is applied to the Samhitas, Brahmanas and Upanishads, justifying the use of the word `Vedic Dark Age' to cover all the 3 sub-stages :

" [I]t [ the term `veda' ] is applied to the Vedic literature, comprising Samhitas, Brahmanas, Aranyakas and Upanishads."

-- `The Vedas and Their Religious Teachings', Swami Sharavananda, in `Cultural Heritage of India' , Vol.I, p.182-198, p.182.

The Sutric Dark Ages are generally taken to start after the Vedic period.
" After the Mantra period, representing the beginning of the Veda and Samhita (collection of mantras) period, come the Brahmana period, the Upanishad period, and the Sutra-Vedanga period, completing the whole [ collection ] of literature, there being an interregnum, which witnessed the growth of Jainism and Buddhism, between the last 2."

-- `Editor's Preface II', A.D.Pusalker,
in `Cultural Heritage of India', Vol.I, p.L
Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Calcutta 1958.

The Sutra Ages began with the advent of Panini, who started the traditionof writing in the sutra style :

" Panini's grammatical sutras (5-6 century BC) became in may repects a model for later compositions... [ sutra was ] the basic form of the scruptire of the Theravada and Mahayana traditions."

-- [ EB 11.420 `sutra' ]

Buddhist Golden Age ( 500 BC - 200 AD )

The Sutric Dark Ages are characterised by the following : We note the following points: The so-called Mahabharatan and Ramayanic Ages, somtimes referred to as the Itihaasic Age, are also part of the Sutric Age : " Hindus regard the Mahabharata as one of the Dharma Sastras" [ Enc.Brit. Vol.20, p.534 ].

Another aspect of the Brahmanic Dark Ages that became very evident in the Buddhist Golden Age is the Brahminist engineering of massive foreign invasions of India. In order to maintain their vicious grip over the enslaved Indigenous Sudroid Blacks, the Brahmin Whites encouraged the large-scale immigration of kindred white immigrants into India. One need only recall Kautilya the Brahmin's encouragement and assistance rendered to Alexander the Great on his invasion of India.

Puranic Dark Ages ( 200 AD - 1000 AD )

The much-hyped `Guptan Golden Age', a hypothetical concept originated and propagated by the fascist Brahmins, was no Golden Age at all. The following points prove that it was in fact darker than the preceding Ages : The Brahmanic Ages of Indian History then come to a close in 1000 AD, with the advent of the Islamic liberators, who destroyed the Hindu Tyranny and freed India from Brahminist Occupation. Thus. one can categorise Indian history as : After 50 years of Brahmin exploitation of India under the Brahmin Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, India is still suffering from the burden of massive Brahmin-inflicted poverty. The majority of the population is hovering near starvation at living standards close to animals while Brahmins like Brahmani Indira Gandhi, Brahmin Sastri, Pandit Nehru, Brahmin Rajiv Gandhi and Pundit Atal Vajpayee live a life of extreme wealth and power, and often one of unrestrained debauchery and sensuality. In essense, the British Whites helped the Brahmin Whites to plunge India into another Brahmanic Dark Age.

-- Shankar Barua,
Dalitstan Journal,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (October 1999)


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