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PM Modi at ASEAN in Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia is the heir of converted Last Hindu Srivijayan king of Malaysia
‘It’s India’s turn now, our time has come,’ says PM Modi at ASEAN summit. Speaking at the summit, Modi further added, “I congratulate you for this achievement. I also congratulate you on the creation of one ASEAN community which are going to sign up tomorrow. India and ASEAN are natural partners. Our ties date back to ancient times.”
Muslim majority of Malaysia is the heir of converted Last Hindu Srivijayan king of Malaysia.
Malaysia is a multicultural society.
The Malays Muslims are the largest community, numbering 60% of the population. The Chinese comprise of about a quarter of the population, are mostly Buddhists, Taoists or Christian. The Indians account for about 10% of the population, are mainly Hindu Tamils from southern India, speaking Tamil, Malayalam, and some Hindi, and live mainly in the larger towns on the west coast of the peninsula. There is also a sizeable Sikh community.
Last king of Srivijay convert to Islam
The Srivijayan kingdom of Sumatra (200s – 1400s A.D.) was instrumental in bringing Hinduism to Indonesia and promoting it throughout the neighboring areas. King Rajendra Chola navy attacked and conquered the kingdom of another Hindu king Srivijaya. There was no permanent territorial gain and the kingdom was returned to the Srivijaya king for recognition of Chola superiority and the payment of periodic tributes. Due to this defeat last king of Srivijay convert to Islam, and founded the Sultanate of Malacca on the Malay Peninsula.
Iqbal’s ancestors were Kashmiri Brahmin
Iqbal was born in the Punjab on February 22, 1873. His ancestors, who were Kashmiri Brahmins, had embraced Islam. Some of Iqbal’s cousins (name Sapru) were not converted and stayed back in India.
One time Iqbal sang “sare jahan se accha hindustan hamara,” after that to shake hands with Jinna he became fundamentalist and he wrote “Tarana-e Milli” which says “Muslim hain ham watan hai saara jahan hamara, Chin-o Arab hamara, Hindustan hamara, Teghon ke saye mein ham pal kar jawan hue hain, Khanjar halal ka hai qaumi nishaan hamara”.
Jinnah himself was from a family who were converted Hindus. Jinnah’s wife’s family (Ruttie) was strong Indian nationalists. Jinnah married Ruttie when she was 16 years old and his best friend (Ruttie’s father) felt betrayed and never forgave him.
Though Jinnah married a Parsi and converted her to Islam, he was upset when Dinah his daughter married an Indian businessman Mr. Wadia. Dinah Wadia is now settled in New York and thinks the partition as not a good idea (maybe because of the present state of Pakistan).
Liaquat Ali Khan’s wife was not a Muslim
Her grandfather a Hindu Brahmin (Pants) converted to Christianity.
A Q Khan
A Q Khan was in Bhopal up to 1952. He became enemy of India to migrate Pak and became Nuke villain.
Zulfiquar Ali Bhutto’s mother was a Hindu who was converted to Islam. Benzair Hindu relatives from her paternal grandmother’s side are still in India (Jamnagar).
Can we know our forefathers? Why Riots and terrorism?
Here in India, there is a renowned editor. The name of his grandfather’s is Prayagnath.
Hinduism a mother of secularism
These two ancient Sanskrit epics of India exerted a profound impact upon the cultures of South East Asia and have played no small role in the indianization of the major portion of that region. Out of ASEAN TEN at least seven nations Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia have received the influence of Hindu culture since the early days of Indianaization.
Lack of sectarianism is the essence of Hinduism and the Bharatiya culture. And it is this quality that enabled it to spread its influence peacefully to countries near and far. World can’t find any example of using the sward or other type of fraud in the process of the indianization.
|Capital||· Palembang· Central Java
|Languages||Old Malay, Sanskrit|
|Religion||Mahayana Buddhism,animism and Hinduism|
|•||Circa 683||Dapunta Hyang Sri Jayanasa|
|•||Circa 988||Sri Culamanivarmadeva|
|•||Dapunta Hyang’s expedition and expansion, (Kedukan Bukit inscription)||650|
|•||Singhasari conquest in 1288, Majapahitput an end to Srivijayan rebellion in 1377||1377|
|Currency||Native gold and silver coins|
|Today part of|| Brunei
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