Friday, December 07, 2007

Dhimmi alert: Imposter "Shankaracharya" says remove Modi

"The Shankaracharya of Puri on Friday appealed to all secular parties to bury their differences and launch a concerted campaign to unseat the Narendra Modi [Images] government in Gujarat .....Swami Adhokshanand Dev Teerth said in a statement that the evil and unjust deeds of the Modi government, which had hurt communal harmony and brought shame to the Hindu community, now stood exposed...."

This fellow is a dhimmi clone of "Swami Agnivesh" and has hobnobbed in the past with such eminences as Yasin Malik, Syed Geelani of the Hurriyat conference as well John Dayal. In fact he was also the Vatican's "Sarkari Hindu" when that raving lunatic John Paul landed up in India for the christist millenium to proclaim a "great harvest of faith". The real Shankaracharya of Puri is Swami Nischalananda Saraswati, who can at least be counted upon to NOT collaborate with 3M thugs seeking to annihilate Hindu civilisation. What kind of sick joke is Rediff playing by calling this inculturationist fake Swami the "Shankaracharya of Puri"?


drisyadrisya said...

Here are some important News Reports about "Adhokshjananda"

DD in trouble for slip on Puri Shankaracharya

Impersonator on the loose

Is this shankaracharya for real?

Rival Shankaracharya arrested

Seer laying claim to Puri Peeth arrested

‘Duplicate' Sankaracharya ordered to leave Puri

Puri Shankaracharya to expose fake godmen

Puri shankaracharya goes on the offensive

Shankaracharya is Cong’s weapon for BJP’s Hindutva war

Uddharet said...

A reader comment under the Rediff news is reproduced below:
“rediff must be sued for wrong info
by Arun M on Dec 08, 2007 09:21 AM

“Indian express news: July 18, 2000
BHUBANESWAR, JULY 17: Swami Adhokshyananda, the rival claimant to the seat of Shankaracharya of Puri was arrested today along with seven of his disciples for violation of orders under Section 144 CrPC for prohibiting his movement within the limits of Puri district.

“They were arrested at Puri under Section 188 and 186 of CrPC and Section 173 of IPC from a house near the Catholic Church where the Swami had been staying since his arrival in the holy town on Saturday, police said.

“Police had to forcibly break open the main gate to effect the arrest. Earlier, Adhokshyananda had been served with an order of the sub-divisional magistrate, which he tore up in the presence of the magistrate and police.”