Muslim rulers were barbaric and they never showed love or affection towards public, women or slaves openly as they were afraid doing so would create an image of tolerant ruler among courtiers, and they might take ruler for granted. So to discuss their s*xual fantasies and dirty feelings; they took refuge of Badshahnamas; everyone had it right from humayu to aurangzeb. Akbar was barbaric and most hypocrite of all and he got the legacy of hypocrisy from Babur himself.
The main reason for some of the homos*xual inclinations of mughal rulers can be rooted back to the concept of 72 virgins and pervert fun with young boys in heaven, as promised in koran after jihad (Virgins/s*x: 39, 69, 217, 221, 226, 237, 239, 350, 519, 541-2, 628). Even today, globally, Pathans of middle-east are ill-famous for being desperate male lovers and perverts of unnatural s*x.
- 1 Confession of A Pervert Mughal – Homos*xuality of Babur (Babar)
- 2 Homos*xual Babur (Babar) Became Gay Poet for Baburi (Babri)
- 3 Abnormal Babur’s complete Assertion on His G*y Inclination and Homo Lover
- 4 To Express Homo Love to Baburi, Babur (Babar) Demolished Ram Temple to Build Baburi Masjid (Babri Masjid)
Confession of A Pervert Mughal – Homos*xuality of Babur (Babar)
Facts of Babarnama Show Abnormal Mindset of an Mughal Invader
One of the popular Badshahnamas was Baburnama, it was written by the emperor Zahir Ud Din Babr who came from Uzbekistan to invade Hindustan (Bharat). It was in 1504, when he invaded through Kabul to Bharat (now India). Born in February of 1483, Zahir ud din Babur was one of the founder of Barbaric Mughal Empire. But little does the world know about the s*xual orientations of this anti-Hindu Mughal emperor. In his so called masterpiece Baburnama, Babur puts forward the story of his life as an autobiography. In Turks it was a common practice to keep male s*x slaves who were young children (Recently in Afghanistan children from the age range 8 to 14 years – mostly males – were rescued from child s*x racket by an NGO, it is the old practice that hardly cease to happen again). As Babur speaks in Baburnama, he was married at an early age of 17 to a lady Ayisheh Sultan Begum but he had started to lose all the interest in his wife or any other lady and the reason, not so shocking, was a young boy from the local camp market. The homos*xual confession of Babur reveals it all.
Homos*xual Babur (Babar) Became Gay Poet for Baburi (Babri)
“During this time there was a boy from the camp market named Baburi,” he writes.
“Even his name was amazingly appropriate. I developed a strange inclination for him – rather I made myself miserable over him.”
“Before this experience I had never felt a desire for anyone, nor did I listen to talk of love and affection or speak of such things. At that time I used to compose single lines and couplets in Persian. I composed the following lines there:
‘May no one be so distraught and devastated by love as I;
May no beloved be so pitiless and careless as you.’
Occasionally Baburi, my young lover, came to me, but I was so bashful that I could not look him in the face, much less converse with him. In my excitement and agitation I could not thank him for coming, much less complain of his leaving. Who could bear to demand the ceremonies of fealty?”
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“It happens to me for some selected individuals, I spent several speechless moments seeing him quietly, several sleepless nights thinking of him until I got him”
Abnormal Babur’s complete Assertion on His G*y Inclination and Homo Lover
One can easily define Babur’s s*xual orientations based on his rantings and desperation for this young male lover. At another occassion the emperor writes
“In the throes of love, in the foment of youth and madness, I wandered bareheaded and barefoot around the lanes and streets and through gardens and orchard, paying no attention to acquaintances and strangers, oblivious to self and others.
When I fell in love I became mad and crazed. I knew not this to be part of loving beauties.
Sometimes I went out alone like a madman to the hills and wilderness, sometimes I roamed through the orchards and lanes of town, neither walking nor sitting within my own volition, restless in going and staying.
I have no strength to go, no power to stay. You have snared us in this state, my heart.”
Now as we can see Babar was openly g*y and he would fantasize about young lads all his life.
To Express Homo Love to Baburi, Babur (Babar) Demolished Ram Temple to Build Baburi Masjid (Babri Masjid)
It was old practice of muslim ruler to demolish temples or renovate the existing structure and rename it on their lovers name. Some of the times, even if they do not name it on their lovers; their courtiers enact fabricated stories to keep the Hindu religious structure under captivity.
But in case of Babur, it was then clearly the case of impressing his male lover and make him reciprocate the feelings while constructing a mosque in Baburi’s name.
Some fanatic muslims argue that Babur was not g*y, did construct the Babri masjid but not in name of Baburi but in his name. They give logic as such: Baburi cannot become Babri. Their logic can be easily defied if that is so then Akbar could have constructed his tomb as Akbari or Aurangzeb as Aurangzebi. Their logic further falls flat as the name is Babri masjid which coincides with the name Baburi (pronounced almost in similar tone) and not Babur and even Baburnama clearly mentions that Babur was happy to have male lover with almost similar name.
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So, Babur becoming Babri is wrong but Baburi as Babri is factually correct. Even in Persian translation of Baburnama done by Akbar, the term Baburi Masjid was used twice. It confirms that Babri Masjid was symbol of homosexual love affair of Babur and Baburi.
As per islam, homos*xuality is forbidden and sin; since it does not reproduce children so why muslims are so unhappy on demolition of symbol of homos*xuality, Babri Masjid ?
The conductance of prayers in Babri Masjid never happened since the death of Babur – this fact might be known to the muslim public of that time and they abandoned the g*y structure pertinently.