Fror: Kewal Ahluwalia < >
Badly beaten Indian gang rape victim dies.
“I want to live, Mujhe bacha lo, main jeena chati hoon.”
Fighting with great fortitude and courage after sustaining grievous injuries, the 23-year-old gang- rape victim “Nirbhay Damini” who had expressed her intention to live and wanted her tormentors to be brought to justice has very sadly died. Not only has the family lost a daughter and a sister, every Indian where ever they are living in the world is today feeling the sense of loss. She fought valiantly for her life against this brutal and beastly behavior and shameful incident.
“Nirbhay Damini” may just be a name now. It is not her death, but the death of humanity in our country. Safety of women is a prerequisite of any civilized society. The Vedic society, where women as a tradition are regarded as Goddess, demands equality and greatest respect for women.
Hinduism is the only religion in the world of gender equality and where God is worshiped in feminine form as well. Among the many societies that can be found in the world, we as Indians have the most regard for women as per our Vedic culture. The Vedic tradition has always held a high regard for the qualities of women, and has retained the greatest respect within its tradition, and woman is honored as a Goddess; and our heads must hang in shame today for this young girl; the brave daughter of India had to go through.
(It is shame to the Vedics if the Vedics do crimes like rape, but it is a matter of anger against the criminals most of whom are the followers of the anti-Vedic invaded ideologies; and the Vedics need to unite and act against these ideologies. – Skanda987)
She may have lost her battle for life but it is up to us, the law makers of the country and the society collective resolve”
to stop such crimes to ensure that her death will not have been in vain.
Changes are needed.
Kewal Ahluwalia < >