Saints or Satans?
By sachinksingh – August 20th, 2010
This year was fun-filled for some of our self-proclaimed swamis; it seems they have drifted away from their ways of spirituality and were in the limelight for all the wrong reasons. The latest was the Swami Nityananda sex scandal who is said to have more than two million followers in 33 countries.
On March 4, a local Tamil TV channel played a video that showed him in a compromising position with two women.
After a month-long hunt on April 21, 2010, he was nabbed in Himachal Pradesh and was released on bail on 11th June.
I believe this is called ‘The Ultimate Godman’s power’.
Later on in an interview regarding his arrest, he said ‘I have not done anything against law’, and while stepping down, he made his driver a swami too.
These good-for-nothing swamis are good speakers who preach to people, play with their emotions and fool them in the name of God. They live on money from the unsuspecting devotee’s pocket, who’s more than willing to pay to compensate for his own sense of guilt.
For these so-called godmen, nothing is unattainable, forget nirvana; some of them are involved in the most heinous deeds possible such as kidnapping, murder and molesting kids, rape, spreading communal differences among people, and smothering harmony.
And if you think this was the first instance that rocked the nation, you are wrong. There have been numerous scandals that came into the limelight in the past but nothing has been done against them till now.
Hinduism already has more than 330 million gods, so then why do we need these self-made godmen in the way to get closer to our gods? And the worst part is, most of these godmen’s devotees are well-educated people of our society.
Isn’t it time to stop believing these fake godmen and find our own ways and means to God?
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