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Rajasekara had sex with young women. Nothing wrong with that as such.
The crux of the matter is that Rajasekara claimed to be a brahmachari, that too, a ‘realized master’. Further, he had sex with disciples.
Four things emerge from this act.
One, Rajasekara was not a brahmachari as he claimed.
Second, he was not a ‘realized master’, who overcame carnal desires.
Third, he had sex with disciples. guru-shishya relationship should not have been sullied in this manner.
Fourth, he did his act wearing the color of renunciation- kAvi.
These facts reveal the following-
1. Rajasekara was a liar, in claiming to be brahmachari and realized master. That he carried out this charade for many years means that he is a habitual liar. That using this charade he hoodwinked thousands of people for many years means that he had developed duplicity as a character trait.
2. This person, despite knowing the symbolic value of kAvi as representing sublimation of desires in the fire of spiritual enquiry, wore that while he indulged himself in carnal pleasures, while he enjoyed food, while he engrossed himself in television. Rajasekara was disrespectful towards the kAvi, its symbolic meaning and the tradition that values it.
3. This person had no qualms in exploiting trust. The disciple in the video sincerely served this person in the belief that this person is a realized master and that serving such an enlightened person is correct. Rajasekara exploited that trust and encouraged the misconception of the disciple. This reveals Rajasekara to be a conscience-less selfish individual who will betray trust without compunction.
Yet, despite these revelations, many people still considers it appropriate to refer to this charlatan as ‘swami’. Sample-
This tendency reveals three things: –
1. Inability to discern dharma.
2. Mis-identification with the so-called religion ‘hinduism’ that prompts extending support or consideration to one who has betrayed the values and ethos of bharatiya samskriti.
3. Rajiv Malhotra rushed to offer support to this charlatan. Similar to how Bhisma, who should have known better, fought for unrighteous Duryodhana in the field of Kurukshetra.
Feeding the Cuckoo
This episode reveals that otherwise right thinking people are allowing themselves be blindfolded with the label of ‘hinduism’, a cuckoo in the nest, placed by mleccha westerners.
The cuckoo child is growing and displacing the original progeny of this land, starving it and stifling it. Originally it looked similar to bharatiya samskriti, now it is starting to resemble its parent.
bharateeyas, blinded to consider it as the original progeny of this land, are striving hard to feed this imposter, while it cries voraciously for more and more.
Rajasekara and others mlecchas like him benefit from such efforts of the blindfolded bharateeyas.
Unfortunately this misplaced support and sympathy may further encourage such charlatans towards more duplicity. Duryodhana would not have gone to war but for the support from Bhisma, Drona, Kripa and Karna.
The final nail in the coffin of bharatiya sampada, so to speak, maybe hit not by westerners, or even their desi sepoys, but by the bharateeya who is unable to discern dharma and blindly feeds the mleccha cuckoo’s child.