Source; Quora Those who looted, chopped, destroyed India,today they are honored in this country in the name of 'forget past' and are living a good life. Those who broke the limits of India, demolished the universities, burned the libraries of their knowledge of the world, and burned them alive, they are getting a happy life with all the facilities in today's India. But those Brahmins who have always sacrificed their lives for the advancement of the country, religion and society, they are excluded for fictional old sins in modern India, are condemnable. Modern historians teach us that Brahmins of India have always been exploiting Dalits. It is taught about them that they are cunning, there is a burden on the society, and the originator of the disgusting character system. Under the one-ideology of "5,000 years of tyranny of Brahmins," there is a work to bring them to the backward caste or the dalit class and to provide unlimited reservation facilities. Due to this fictional story so loudly and repeatedly, most people have begun to accept it as truth. Many people have been working hard to make it stand in its present form.This work of anti-Brahmin protest was implemented in the last two centuries. They say that Brahmins never gave the opportunity to write to any other caste people. For this reason, when listening to the name of the word Brahmin, an arrogant, vulgar, and tyrannical fanatic man is standing in front of the eyes, which saves the people of the lower classes and the Dalits until their life is gone. The movement against the anti-Brahmin took hold, when the leftists, clerics and clerics, separatist and charlatan forces, read the lessons from the British and then carried it in their own way. Renowed Researchers from big universities offered this work with great passion, and to keep saying that Brahmins have always been exploiting society and are still doing it, that they have composed the Hindu texts only for that That they can declare their place in the society and that India is the only root of the maximum problems of the country and only Brahmins. But all the logic is hollow and redundant, there is no historical evidence behind them. If a lie is said hundreds of times, it would eventually appear to be true, similarly this lie has also found the place of truth in modern India. Let us look at it with the wisdom of justice without any prejudice and without any discrimination, see the truth that has remained on the true events. Because we should stand our thoughts on the basis of truth, not just by what others say. Thinking from an open mind, you will find that 95% Brahmins are simple, gentle, innocent. Wondering how, over time, fictional stories also form a form of truth. There is no need to think too much to know that this anti-Brahmin ideology was created and fabricated by heresy intruders, imperialists, Christian missionaries and unscrupulous leaders, so that they could break the society of India and loot them comfortably. The truth is that in any period of history Brahmin was neither rich nor powerful. Brahmin is not Samurai of India. Every animal of the forest wants to hunt, it wants to eat it, and Brahmin of India is the deer. The situation of today's Brahmin is that of the Jews in the state of the Nazis. Is this condition acceptable? This misery of the Brahmins is not of any concern to anyone, the political parties who have been considered as Hindu supporter, they also do not have them. Many centuries have been the dominion of Muslims in India or of Muslims or Christians. The state of the Brahmins remained the exception. Then why did the blame of whatever happened in India, the head of the Brahmins? Brahmin has always been in a poor class! Can you give any such example when the Brahmins ruled all over India? (Chanakya helped Chandragup Maurya in the formation of an all-India. After becoming the emperor of India, Chandragupta fell at the feet of Chanakya, and he became the palace of his palace and he enjoyed the facilities of the palaces and remained with him. The answer to Chanakya was: 'I am a Brahmin, my karma is to teach the disciples and to live beggar, so I am returning to my village’. Can you tell a single example of wealthy Brahmin in any history or mythology? Is there any name of a rich Brahmin in a Puran? Even in the story of Shri Krishna, poor Brahmin Sudama is famous. Incidentally, Sri Krishna, who is India's most beloved adorable god, belonged to the Yadav-dynasty, which is now considered as a reserved tribe under OBC. If the Brahmins were as arrogant as if they were told, how is it possible that they gave their title to Gods of lower castes and their acceptance of worship? According to the Puranas, the god of Dev Mahadev Shiva is said to be a caste caste, which is found in the category of ST in the modern system and as mentioned above, due to being Sri Krishna Yadav in the category of OBC. To exploit others, a power-filled title is required of a powerful place. Whereas Brahmin's work has been done either in the temple or in the religious work or in the religious work of a priest or a poor teacher. He is the only means of earning money. Are these all very high titles? How can they be able to exploit other classes while staying at these places? Another word that is found in the book of every story-story is - 'Nirihansh Brahmin' which is considered as one of their qualities. The most honorable place in the society was of the ascetic Brahmins, and the means of his life was only almighty. (There may be some metaphor, but we are talking about ordinary Brahmins here.) It was expected from the Brahmins that they should keep their needs at minimum and offer their lives in the worship of knowledge. Alvin Taufler, an American writer, has also said that "Hindutva is considered as a virtue in poverty." The truth is that most of the people who exploited were Zamindar and Sahukar,OBC classes also exploited Dalits, but even after the historians sacrificed the Brahmin's sacrifice, Brahmin's. Do you know that even in Brahmins, there are only 20% of the priests? Some of these may be those who have taken advantage of their place and they are greedy, just like some clerics and clerics have wrong intentions in other religions. (After all, even Brahmins are human, so in every situation honesty can not be expected from every Brahmin, such as those from other profession.Due to a different kind of social order, the Namboodari Brahmin of Kerala is a class which was rich), but in any period of India's history, Brahmins did not get the power that leaders of other religions found. Nobody prevented Non Braham from learning. Shrikrishna Yadav was a Vansi, his education took place in the Ashram of Guru Sandeepani; Shriram was a Kshatriya, his education was first held here by Rishi Vashishth and then by Rishi Vishwamitra. Rather, the work of Brahmin was to provide education to all. Yes, it is of course that due to study and practice, they were considered the most knowledgeable, and due to being knowledgeable, influential and respectable. Because of this, some other classes started burning from them, but what is their fault? If Vidya had only had the capital of Brahmins, how would Valmiki write Ramayana and how to write Tiruvallur Tirukural? And where does all the devotion-literature from Abharman Santo come from? The Rishi Vyas, who composed the Mahabharata, was also the son of a fisherman mother. It is clear from all these examples that the Brahmins never refused to give Vidya. Those whose teachings are considered supreme in Hindu religion, if their names and castes are to be seen, then there are no Brahmins in the Vashisht, Valmiki, Krishna, Ram, Buddha, Mahavir, Tulsidas, Kabirdas, Vivekananda etc.. Then the question of monopoly on the knowledge and wisdom of Brahmins does not arise! It is only a false illusion that the false elements spread to their own advantage, and spread so much that it all began to accept the truth. In the two books which describe the system of character, the first is that Manusmriti was the man of Manu who was a Kshatriya, and the other was Srimadabhavadgita whose ritual was the diameter which was the son of the fishermen of the lower classes. If both of them gave Brahmin a higher position, then due to his knowledge and devotion, not because of any selfishness. Brahmin is famous for non-violence. In the ancient times, whenever any calamity came upon them, they did not take the weapon, sought help from the Kshatriyas. The poor helpless Brahmins were bitten by the Arab invaders, they were killed by the Portuguese on the cross in Goa, they were defamed by the English missionary people, and today their own brothers and sisters are jumping on their modesty and character. Have any reaction seen in all this, did they fight, did they move? Aurangzeb killed 150,000 Brahmins and their families in Banaras, Gangaghat and Haridwar; they raised a high tower of Hindu-Brahmins and their children's Sheesh-Mundo, which was visible from ten miles, he felt a heap of his genitals Do their hands with their fire. For this reason, because he refused his religion and refused to adopt Islam. Did we forget that he was a Brahmin community, because of which the child of our country becomes a qualified citizen after getting education similarly without any discrimination in Gurukul? Did we forget that the Brahmins were the ones who were called Rishi Muni, who had made the science in their fists. The Brahmin who gave us the mantra 'Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam',How can he be a deceiver? The Brahmin who said ‘Sarva Sukhino bhavantu' how can he hurt anyone? He who preaches not only his own, but also the family, caste, region or nation, but the gross world, how can he be a Brahmin selfish? All these questions need to be considered in a clear mind, without partiality, then we will know the correct answer. In today's age, being a Brahmin is like walking on a double-edged sword. If a Brahmin is unworthy and does not do anything good then people say that we already know that it is getting the fruits of the evils of its ancestors. If one succeeds, then he says that all of them are always sitting on higher degrees, what is the need of any kind of help from them? If any crime happens to a Brahmin, then everyone will get the chance to say the same, all the faults of the social downfall on the back will be blamed on their head. And the poor Brahmin has heard so much of the crime for so many decades that he does not even react, that he does not even react, he listens quietly and accepts his wish. Today, the Brahmin, without any fault, revolves around it. Brahmin has been victim of the interests of the leaders, the allegations of the society, and the conspiracy of anti-national forces. Many Brahmins have left the business of their ancestors today. Many have forgotten the sacraments too. They have been cut from the past but none of them connecting them from the present. What is the hope in the future? Thank You.