LGBT and Hinduism

On 2 July 2009, Delhi High Court court ruling decriminalised homosexual intercourse between consenting adults was and adjudicated Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code to be conflicting with the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India.Morden people support this act and having lots of reason behind it but still they have queerphobia and dont want to like himself to be called as a Gay or Lesbian …Most of the debate on the media watever it is ,talked about homosexuality I am fully against with this law and believe that these relationship only will ruin indian culture.Now, someone is coming with the question that why prostitution should not be allowed even it also cleared all the constraints which were in the
homosexuality.Even people asking that they love their pet and cant live without him then why dont they do sex with him 😛 ….

Ok I am not going to be biased ….I got some information.Lets talk about the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender),What a technical word …looking that they are working on latest technology …..anyways,In India people hear this word when Meera Nair came with her movie”Fire”.some of the states banned that movie
So,I didnt get the chance to see at that time.but,i was there in Banaras when it was shoot.After that Girlfirend” came …superflop !!!

I have some example which are given by those LGBT ppl about hinduism to support their concept

1. Ardhanarisvara
-LGBT say this means half male half female – But , It is interpret as “advait” priciple which tells that He alone is the cause of the entire existence “shiva” and “shakti”.Rigveda acclaims, ‘He, who is described as male, is as much the female and the penetrating eye does not fail to see it’. The Rigvedic assertion is explicitly defined. The male is only so much male as much he is female and vice versa the female is only as much female as much she is male. The maleness and femaleness are the attributes contained in one frame.

2.Following three examples are related to Vishnu Avatar “Mohini” .this was not the transaction but it is a seperate Avatar Mohini.So,no need to clarify

a. Aravan (a hero whom Krishna married after becoming a woman);
b. Ayyappa (a god born from the union of Shiva and Mohini, a female incarnation of Vishnu);
c.Harihara (Shiva and Vishnu combined);

3. Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (an incarnation of Radha and Krishna combined) -> for this I can suggest LGBT to go and read “Chaitanya Charitamrita”.for brief Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was an avatar of Krishna in the mood of Radharani.

4. Gadadhara
(an incarnation of Radha in male form)-> was also an associate of

So,before pointing to Hindu narrative tradition,people must have to go through to the facts and then express themselves.Even in hindu law code “Manu Smriti” there are many punishments for certain instances of male and female homosexuality.If a stri [adult woman] was found having sexual relations with a kanya [unmarried girl], for instance, her “head should be shaved immediately or two of her fingers should be cut off, and she should be made to ride on a donkey.” If two kanya have sex, each “must be fined two hundred (panas), pay the double of her (nuptial) fee, and receive ten (lashes with a) rod.

The Narada Smriti,forbids the marriage of homosexual men (mukhebhaga – men who perform oral sex on other men) to women: “These four [irsyaka, sevyaka, vataretas, and mukhebhaga] are to be completely rejected as unqualified for marriage, even for a woman who has been raped.”

So,Do whatever you want ,but dont relate Hinduism with your act……. Be happy LGBT, I can only pray for you 🙂


One thought on “LGBT and Hinduism

  1. I agree that homos shdnt grab hindu religion in between. But we have got no right to oppose them for their homosexual behaviour, they have got their own right to conduct their life in a way which they want..:)

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