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Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: April 10, 2023, 09:09:21 pm »

Posted by: rp
« on: March 09, 2023, 12:04:55 am »

"Still too complicated:"
I agree. However, from my observation, at least the non-Westerners will not talk about how the temple should be exalted for its complexity (unlike False Leftists who fetishize complexity) and that its superiority should be measured with respect to it, but rather how it should only be evaluated with respect to its spirituality. But this approach is ultimately doomed to fail as the complexity doesn't suit the transcendental values they purpotedly seek to promote.

"Why isn't Kerala architecture promoted more?"
Absolutely agree! The pictures actually reminded me of this palace that I visited several years back, also in Kerala:


Compare with Western "palaces" (e.g. Buckingham)
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 08, 2023, 11:09:16 pm »

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I would go to MAdhurai Meenakshi

Still too complicated:



Why isn't Kerala architecture promoted more?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Hindu_temples_in_Kerala



































Posted by: rp
« on: March 08, 2023, 09:27:25 pm »

Psychologically colonization as manifest in architecture (temple was constructed in 2000s):
https://twitter.com/arya_amsha/status/1496559578636763136?s=20
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Aryāṃśa
@arya_amsha
Akshardham 🚩
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1:56 PM ∑ Feb 23, 2022


https://twitter.com/arya_amsha/status/1496560871061037058
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Akshardham is the crown jewel of temples in India, in my opinion.


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Aryāṃśa
@arya_amsha
It is not about how old it is, itís about the grandness of its architecture.





Not as bad as Western architecture, but nevertheless, this blind worship of grandiosity needs to stop.

Replies:
https://twitter.com/bellz_toll/status/1496731938488344578?s=20
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Chata
@bellz_toll
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@arya_amsha
I would never go here, it feels so devoid of meaning. It feels very grandiose and 5 star hotel type. I would go to MAdhurai Meenakshi or my local Shitla Devi temple.
Posted by: rp
« on: March 04, 2023, 09:37:57 pm »

To substantiate the previous point, look at this photo of the Andamanese Hunters, closest proxy to AASI Gentiles:


The modern Indian's skin tone looks nothing similar! The only people closest to them are the "untouchables" who by no coincidence also have the highest AASI ancestry of modern Indians.

"There is a trivial solution: convince Indian celebrities with Aryan faces to deliberately suntan."
Some celebrities seem to have done this:


vs.


Although it is unclear whether the second picture is her natural skin color or a result of whitening cream. So we do not know for sure if her darker skin in the first picture is a result of tanning. But regardless, it is a good example of an Aryan celebrity with dark(ish) skin. Now that I think of it, her skin tone in the first picture is similar to mine, and for that matter, the average Indian, but many of them do deliberately become fairer by avoiding the sun, so it is possible Konidela did something similar leading up to when the second picture was taken.
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 04, 2023, 09:31:08 pm »

There is a trivial solution: convince Indian celebrities with Aryan faces to deliberately suntan.
Posted by: rp
« on: March 04, 2023, 08:46:07 pm »

"And yet light-skinned women with similarly subhuman face shapes do not need to be half-naked....."
Yup:


"Can you do better?"
It is very difficult to find them tbh. This is why even those with Aryan blood memory are susceptible to Eurocentrism. Despite phenotypes like the above (which they will agree is unnatractive), those with Aryan blood memory still tend to associate dark skin with the Gentile phenotypes. This is because most Aryan celebrities are fair-skinned or at the very least golden-skinned, rarely dark-brown. In fact, the most non-Eurocentric thing I have heard them say is that golden skin is the ideal, and even better than fair-skin in some cases. Perhaps this is because it is true: that dark-skin = AASI = Gentile? We know that in "Europe" Aryan blood produced lighter skin due to the lack of vitamin D, so could we expect something similar in India?  Idk
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: March 04, 2023, 08:26:56 pm »

"It's not because of their skin color that the dark-skinned women, such as those in the photograph, can only be portrayed as "attractive" by making men lusty. It's because of their face shapes!"

And yet light-skinned women with similarly subhuman face shapes do not need to be half-naked.....

"instead of Aryan ones."

You should post some for contrast.

These guys trying to help also got it wrong:

https://twitter.com/IgnorantBoh/status/1630529259365335041

https://twitter.com/_Vadhak/status/1629181878271082496

Can you do better?
Posted by: rp
« on: March 04, 2023, 07:36:02 pm »

Wrong way to combat Eurocentrism
https://twitter.com/AASI_Amsha/status/1630264027510362112?s=20
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Globalist Front for Modernization & Anglicization
@AASI_Amsha

Feb 27
People tell me I have no self respect as a bhosadpillar but I have huge self respect. I love brown women. If I was put in charge of the propaganda division of Indian government I would be an Indian Goebbels and remove all skin colour associated inferiority complex of Indians.





Of course, this fails as expected:
https://twitter.com/arya_amsha/status/1630518278350331905?s=20
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Replying to
@AASI_Amsha
Have you noticed you need to post half naked women to make men lusty to portray dark brown/black skin as attractive. With fair or wheatish women, you can just post pictures of them in modest sarees and they will be seen as beautiful and pure.

It's not because of their skin color that the dark-skinned women, such as those in the photograph, can only be portrayed as "attractive" by making men lusty. It's because of their face shapes! If anything, this reveals the inferior taste of the original tweeter, as he chose to showcase the most subhuman phenotypes of dark-skinned Indians instead of Aryan ones.
Posted by: rp
« on: February 20, 2023, 11:49:15 pm »

Hmm, this does not seem to necessarily be the case. Upon further inspection, it seems the biggest Islamophobes are secular degenerates who like Hinduism because it is supposedly more liberal, and right-wing traditionalists who dislike Islam because it is universalist, as they themselves are tribalists. There does seem to be anti-Turanist component, however, but this is mostly from (non-rightist) traditionalists, who associate Islam with central asian barbarism and Koranic fundamentalism. However, these Hindus are a minority.

BTW:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babur#Background
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Babur hailed from the Barlas tribe, which was of Mongol origin and had embraced Turkic[22] and Persian culture.[23] They had also converted to Islam centuries earlier and resided in Turkestan and Khorasan. Aside from the Chaghatai language, Babur was equally fluent in Persian, the lingua franca of the Timurid elite.[24] Some of Babur's relatives, such as his uncle Mahmud Khan (Moghul Khan) and Ahmad Khan, continued to identify as Mongols, who loaned their nephews with Mongol troops to help him recover his fortunes in the turbulent years that followed.[25]
Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: February 20, 2023, 11:36:38 pm »

If anti-Turanism is the underlying motivation, there should be a positive correlation between Indian Islamophobia and Indian anti-Vedism. Is this the case?
Posted by: rp
« on: February 20, 2023, 11:32:44 pm »

I theorize that Indian Islamophobia is largely misguided anti-Turanism:
https://twitter.com/dharma__vijaya/status/1619398710550749184?cxt=HHwWgIDTwYOjofksAAAA
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Vijay
@dharma__vijaya
Accurate depiction of the invaders from Central Asia. Mughals, even those born in India were crystal clear in their proclamations that they were foreigners. They considered themselves racially and religiously superior.
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Madhav Kohli
@mvdhav
16/ BABUR
Posted by: rp
« on: February 14, 2023, 01:43:28 am »

Twitter account "Arya Amsha" exposed as degenerate racist and homophobe:
https://twitter.com/redactedaryamsa?lang=en


"samlaingik vivah" = homosexual marriage
"kaale" = black

Keep in mind this guy was the one who published this study: https://trueleft.createaforum.com/mythical-world/aryan-diffusion-part-3-confirmed/?message=17602. It is clear this account is an Indian Turanist trying to claim Turanians as "Aryan".
https://twitter.com/arya_amsha/status/1611315105618350084
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Aryāṃśa
@arya_amsha
R1a1a = Steppe Aryan
J2, L1a, G2, R2 = Indus Valley
J1 = West Asian/Arab
C1b = AASI
5:53 AM ∑ Jan 6, 2023

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Also, here is a tweet that I think stood out:
https://twitter.com/arya_amsha/status/1616516542325460992
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Aryāṃśa
@arya_amsha
Big fan of the Indus Valley and all, but the lack of literature from it means there is nothing for me to relate to. I have zero cultural/religious attachment to it. Who were these people, what did they believe in, what were their stories? Just gone in the sands of time.
2:22 PM ∑ Jan 20, 2023

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I think this is one of the reasons why even those with Aryan blood memory (not including Arya Amsha) are disconnected from pre-Vedic India.
Posted by: rp
« on: February 06, 2023, 08:19:26 pm »

Couldn't have said it better myself:
https://twitter.com/tuffimitten/status/1619655880689192961
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MN_shrmn
@tuffimitten
Why does history have to be a constant dick measuring competition ?

Even otherwise quite a stretch, what without a single piece of literature attributable to the IVC - compared to the vast amounts available for Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilizations
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Harappan Civilization was superior to other contemporary civilizations in the sense that, it focused more on the quality of life of its people, rather than showing religious or imperial fanaticism!

Yet, its expanse was the biggest, of all the known Bronze Age Civilizations! and

Posted by: 90sRetroFan
« on: February 05, 2023, 09:03:02 pm »

Among the replies:

https://twitter.com/BlackSh20965850/status/1603645366888456193

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Are Brahmins not on par with ashkenazi jews?

 ::)