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Loard Buddhas Interpretation of atheism:

Loard Buddha simply denied to have discussion and debate on the question of existance of supernatural power .He was silent on this point it doesnt mean that he had faith in the philosohpy of existance of supernatural power and the god his sileance certifies that he was certain and specific that there was no supernatural power and the god. Loard Buddha was interested to liberate common man and all human being from all types of exploitation and humialation.

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Nasteekta sirf adhunik bharat ki paschatya sauch matr nahi hai,aur Bharat main matr Upanishad o ke Nirgun Brahm..ya Budhhism ki concept matr nahi haiNasteekta ya Atheism ka prachalan Pracheen bharat main bhi tha..Unhe Nastibad bhi kaha jata tha. and there are many bits and pieces of rational thought scattered in ancient India. It was developed as a philosophy by Dishan who existed before Buddha. Buddha is believed to have lived in the 6-5th century B.C. He said that death was the end and perception was the only reality. (In truth it is the only reality we have.) .
The major atheist school of India was the Charvaka or Lokayat Darshan (Darshan = philosophy). Brihospoti who wrote a major part of the Rig Veda, probably the world’s first rational Nastik, is considered the spiritual Guru of the school. The school developed around the 6th century B.C. The Brahmins could not defeat the logic of the Charvaka school and ended with personal attacks. They demonized the rationalists in their at …more

Nasteekta sirf adhunik bharat ki paschatya sauch matr nahi hai,aur Bharat main matr Upanishad o ke Nirgun Brahm..ya Budhhism ki concept matr nahi haiNasteekta ya Atheism ka prachalan Pracheen bharat main bhi tha..Unhe Nastibad bhi kaha jata tha. and there are many bits and pieces of rational thought scattered in ancient India. It was developed as a philosophy by Dishan who existed before Buddha. Buddha is believed to have lived in the 6-5th century B.C. He said that death was the end and perception was the only reality. (In truth it is the only reality we have.) .
The major atheist school of India was the Charvaka or Lokayat Darshan (Darshan = philosophy). Brihospoti who wrote a major part of the Rig Veda, probably the world’s first rational Nastik, is considered the spiritual Guru of the school. The school developed around the 6th century B.C. The Brahmins could not defeat the logic of the Charvaka school and ended with personal attacks. They demonized the rationalists in their attempt to contain the free-thinking which was becoming popular among the common people. The Brahmins even gave the name of the school (Charvaka) from an immoral monster called Charvaka in the Mahabharat hoping that the common people would come to hate it
And just like some modern western schemes, the Vishnu Puran and Moitri Upanishad said that the “monstrous” ideology was spread “intentionally” among the Asurs (to delude them and lower their moral character so that it would be easy for the Gods to defeat them in war. The much celebrated Shankaracharya and some other known ideologists were not above such petty mentality. They said that the philosophy was called Lokayat (folk) since it was of the Itor Lok (vulgar people). Other ideologists like Krishnamisra, Kumaril Vatta, Haribhadran Suri, Gunaratna, Jayrashi Vatta, Madhabacharja, Patanjali, Arjadeva, Vashakaracharja, Chandrakirti all attacked the Charbakas. They were, however, unable to refute the logic and also ended up with name calling. Manu, the strict conservative authoritarian, and often very cruel, hated these rationals (despicable Haitukas) said that those who reject the Vedas and Smriti for logic (Hetu Shastra) would be driven out and banned believers from speaking to them.
Brahmin Pandyas incensed by the popularity of the Lokayat eventually destroyed their books. However, their influence could not be wiped out. Some believe that their influence exists in different sects. Rational thought existed in Bengal and a sect which calls themselves Vaissnavas (they do not worship Vishnu or his incarnations) believe that the body is all that should be taken care of and are concerned with the union of a man and a woman. They are also called Sahajia ,which is the name of a sect of Buddhism which developed in the last four centuries of their existence in India.Nasteekta ka yeh ek matr arth nahi neekala jana chaheeye ki “ANESHWARWAD” lekin ush main neerakar upashna bhi jodi jani chahiye….. closWe know that the Lokayata was the most consistent materialist system of thought in India and came to acquire much influence among the people. So it met the most systematic cruel treatment from the Indian idealists. Undoubtedly the Lokayata Darshan had original texts and commentaries on them. Several idealist thinkers are also found to have quoted extensively from them in their attempt to refute them. But in the name of refutation what they have mostly done is to pour ridicule upon them. [end of p. 18] Often they have been also depicted as asuras and daityas. Brihaspati, the proverbial father of the Lokayata School, was depicted as an imposter. Moreover, not a single book of this great school of thought could be traced as yet, and scholars are of opinion that its texts and commentaries were all destroyed by the followers of the Vedas. It is also feared that some of the prominent spokesmen of the Lokayata darshan were liquidated by their opponents. In the Santiparva of the Mahabharata, Charvaka, the most outstanding spokesman of the Lokayata thought, was described as a Rakshasa and was murdered by the Brahmins present at the court of Yudhistira because of his raising conscientious objection to the latter’s accession to the throne after killing so many of his kinsmen. As admitted by one of such opponents, Madhavacharya, in his Sarva‑darshana‑sangraha, such harsh treatment was meted out to the materialists because it was difficult to contradict their contentions।

—-अब आप स्वयं ही देखें, पढ़ें , समझें की किस प्रकार उदाहरण रहित , ऊळ-जुलूल बातें, ब्रहस्पति को असुर, नास्तिक आदि कहाया जाने वाला बताना , जो सब के जाने हुए देवगुरु हैं और उन्हें ऋग्वेद का लेखक कहलवाना , आदिशंकराचार्य को छुद्र मानसिकता वाला कहलवाना ,लोर्ड बुद्धा की चुप्पी का अतार्किक अर्थ ठहराना ;—-क्याआपको लेखक के ज्ञान तर्क मूर्खता , नीचता पर दयामिश्रित क्रोध नहीं आता| ये उद्दृत आलेख गूगल पर पढ़ें |

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