Shukracharya was blessed with secret and powerful mantras by Bhagwan Shiv. He mostly devoted thousand years of penance to pray Bhagwan (Supreme God) whenever he wanted some favorable boons to gain victory for his Daityas (devils) in war against Bhagwan.
Guru Shukra hated Devtas, he saw enemy in human devotees praying Devtas (Gods). He wanted to demolish significance of Gods to give more importance to his Devils and Rakshasas. His hatred towards devotees made him devise concept of Kafir (non-muslim) and muslim (his devil worshipper). He extended his animosity further in celebration of festivals.
Revelation of Kuran (Quran) in Shravan or Ramzan (Ramadan)
Kauravas respected Shukra for his mentorship and support in restoring their glory by giving them a submissive bunch of followers in the form of Muslims. Kauravas had complete knowledge about significance of important months of Vedic Hindus, followers of Bhagwan Shiv and Bhagwan Krishna.
To please Shukracharya and insult Hindu Gods, they tweaked the Vedic practice by making it an auspicious month for their muslim slaves of Adharmic islam. This would also help muslims remain loyal to islam without thinking about straying from islam and reverting to Hinduism.
Significance of Shravan Weekdays for Hindus and Piracy of Islam
Shukra also corruptly named a preceding Month to Ramzan as Shavan or Shaban, originally known as Shravan to Hindus.
Each day in the month of Shravan, importance is given to Bhagwan and his demigods. Hindu devotees get opportunity to connect with Bhagwan and his demigods in a single week.
Monday: Lord Shiva worship
Tuesday: Maa Gauri worship
Wednesday: Vishnu or Vithala or Krishna worship
Thursday: Guru or Rishi worship
Friday: Maa Lakshmi and Maa Tulsi worship
Saturday: For Saturn (Shani)
Sundays: Sun worship
Kuru dynasty wanted to break this worship pattern of Hindus so they introduced Ramadan (Ramzan) while sticking to the Vedic period coinciding with auspicious days of Pradosh Vrat with Chandra Darshana to end with Jyeshtha Amavasya or Ashadha Amavasya. Sun evokes positive energy but Shukracharya is Guru of dark forces so revoking worship of all Vedic Hindu Gods only one Moon God, Allah, representing negative energy was introduced.
To oppose positive energy Sun worship, fasting and eating at nights was made in the lines of Pisacha lifestyle. Kauravas made Muslims of Adharmic Islam follow Pisacha food habits in observing Ramadan (Ramzan) fast. Pisacha was also the one who gave Quran (Kuran) Revelations to Mohammed in the month of Shravan.
To showcase their gratitude towards Shukracharya, Kuru started practising vrat replicating his immense penance of remaining foodless for thousands of years. The penance of Shukracharya started during time of Pradosh Vrat with Chandra Darshana and ended with Jyeshtha Amavasya or Ashadha Amavasya. Ending penance on Amavasya has tantric significance of strengthening dark energy power to manifolds to help Asuras and Rakshas to win battle and harass Gods. Though each day individually Pradosh Vrat or Chandra Darshana and Jyeshtha Amavasya or Ashadha Amavasya both have spiritual significance too for extracting positive energies using mantras of Bhagwan and his deities.
Ramzan (Ramadan) in Islam is Vedic Hindu Practice Reversed for Shukracharya and his Devils
Hindus are celebrating different festivals and taking precautionary measures (in Amavasya) across world on each of the days since time immemorial. The same period was chosen by Kurus to organize Ramadan for their muslim slaves. Since almost 1500 years, Ramzan is observed during same period as observed by Shukracharya and common Hindus of Bharat. However the Ramzan extended the duration to dual fortnights, including all the days between Pradosh Vrat or Chandra Darshana to Jyeshtha Amavasya or Ashadha Amavasya.
There are other reasons too, Kauravas wanted their slaves to practice foodless days and nights to develop militant skills of staying alive in difficult circumstances during offensive terrorizing attacks on Vedic kings and places.
Pradosh Vrat is done on lunar fortnights and is done to please Bhagwan Shiv and Maa Parvati. Kuru slaves, muslims, do it to please moon god allah looking at moon. Moon is one of the bhakt of Bhagwan Shiv.
Amavasya is the time when all the evil spirits, anti-human, ghostly power are free to attack common people. Islam glorifies Amavasya by observing Ramadan embracing negative forces.
Vedic Hindu calendar use solar sidereal year and lunar months, giving importance to both Sun and Moon.
While Shukracharya introduced his own calendar based on Lunar cycles.
Islam followed its mentor Shukra and adopted lunar calendar giving respect to Kaaba moon god.
Bhagwan Shiv donned moon on his forehead to reveal he controls time, evil forces and is eternal. He is annihilator of all dark energies and invokes positivity in Universe.
[ HB: ASURAS KILLED THOUSANDS OF SAGES, VEDIC ACHARYAS DURING RAVAN AND KANS TIME. RAKSHAS HAMPERED DHARMIC RITES, PUJA PAATH, YAGNA AND DHYAN OF BHAGWAN MILLIONS OF TIMES. A DEVIL WORSHIPPER OR DEMONIC TRAITED PERSON NEVER CHANGES.
ABOLISHMENT OR KILLING IS ONLY OPTION LEFT. RAVAN AND HIS 1 TRILLION FOLLOWERS NEVER CHANGED. KAURAVAS AND THEIR 70 CRORE SOLDIERS NEVER CHANGED. IN ALL YUGAS, THEY ALL FOUGHT TO FINISH SANTAN DHARMIS, HARIBHAKTS (VEDIC HINDUS).
WHEN WILL HINDUS BECOME VIOLENT DHARMA YODDHAS TO FINISH ADHARMIS OF TODAY? IF THEY DO NOT THEY WILL PERISH LIKE THEY PERISHED IN 84 COUNTRIES. ]
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