Vinayak Damodar Savakar is a hero to the Sangh Movement The fact is the RSS has never been associated in either the public mind or in historians minds with the Indian freedom movement They badly needed and still need a Sangh “freedom fighter” Unfortunately for them they picked up a coward turncoat and a man who in all probability was a British spy spying  on real freedom fighters

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was also a ChitpavanBrahmin ” Recent Research increasingly points to Chitpavan’s  being a branch of the Bene Israeli Jews of Maharashtra  The Irony of a Hindu Nationalist movement hero worshiping a crypto Jew  is rich indeed

Dr Mini Kariappa is a Asst. Professor/ Professor of Anatomy & Genetics at the Jubilee Mission Medical College of Thrissur and Kolenchery College of Medicine In 2001 she began research into DNA mapping at the HYDERABAD CENTER Dr Kariappas research found that Chitpavan “Brahmins”, Tulu “Brahmins”, the Namboothiri “Brahmins” and the Nazranies or Syrian Christians all have the same DNA factors (common  Haplotypes)  i.e. those of the Jews . Source

More links on Chitpavan Bene Israeli Jew links

NOT having participated in the anti imperialist freedom struggle , the RSS is hard put to it trace a legacy for their claim as the only nationalist party of India. In the countrywide door-to-door campaign a few months, ago it was forced to concoct facts and publish booklets that presented fabricated images of the participation of their leaders in the freedom struggle. VD Savarkar is, therefore “Veer” Savarkar in RSS folklore, and has been so for a long time, if one were to go by the Vidya Bharti school texts, and the popular nomenclature of VD Savarkar assiduously popularized by the RSS in its shakhas.

VD Savarkar, the RSS ideologue, in fact clearly and unambiguously broke away from India’s freedom movement and adopted a public position expressing this break

After a short flirtation with a ‘Free Indian Society’ located in England, during the course of which a member of that society killed a high ranking official in the India Office (London) and consequently had to face the British wrath, Savarkar decided to flee. He was arrested in Marseilles, put into the Andaman jail, and soon his ‘resistance’ collapsed, unable to face incarceration in jail.

Instead of fighting for Indian freedom, he preferred to secure his own freedom, under the most humiliating terms possible. Ignoring and bypassing the Indian National Congress’ demand for his unconditional release, he chose to give an undertaking which in a way was a total surrender, and which made him a public ally of the British policy of divide and rule. It also served the purpose of proving his distance from the politics of the Congress led national movement.

Savarkar had sent two mercy petitions to the colonial government from the Cellular Jail in the Andamans. The petition dated November 14, 1913, which refers also to Savarkar’s earlier petition of 1911, is reprinted in R.C. Majumdar’s `Penal Settlement in Andamans‘. The petition assures the British regime:
“I hereby acknowledge that I had a fair trial and just sentence. I heartily abhor methods of violence resorted to in days gone by and I feel myself duty bound to uphold (British)law and constitution to the best of my powers and am willing to make the reform a success insofar as I may be allowed to do so in future”.


In the end may I remind your honor to be so good as to go through the petition for clemency that I had sent in 1911 and to sanction it for being forwarded to the Indian Government? The latest development of the Indian Politics and the conciliating policy of the Government have thrown open the constitutional line once more.

Now no man having the good of India and Humanity at heart will blindly step on the thorny paths which in the excited and hopeless situation of India in 1906-1907 beguiled us from the path of peace and progress.

Therefore if the Government in their manifold beneficence and merely release me I for one cannot but be the staunchest advocate of constitutional progress and loyalty to the English Government which is the foremost condition of that progress.As long as we are in jails, there cannot be real happiness and joy in hundreds and thousands of homes of His Majesty’s loyal subjects in India, for blood is thicker than water; but if we be released the people will instinctively raise a shout of joy and gratitude to the Government, who knows how to forgive and correct, more than how to chastise and avenge.

Moreover my conversation to the constitutional line would bring back all those misled young men in India and abroad who were once looking up to me as their guide,I am ready to serve the Government in any capacity they like , for as my conversion is conscientious so I hope my future conduct would be. By keeping me in jail nothing can be got in comparison to what would be otherwise. The mighty alone can afford to be merciful and therefore where else can the prodigal son return but to the parental doors of the Government?

Hoping your honor will kindly take into notion these points.


A facsimile of this letter to the British authorities was published in Frontline, April 7, 1995, (p 94). The reforms he is referring to are the Montague-Chelmsford proposals of 1919 that fell far short of what the Indian nationalist leadership was demanding, and which were rejected at the time. He also accepted restrictions on his movement and residence within the Ratnagiri district, that he would not travel outside the district without permission of the government, or engage in any public or private political activities without permission. Obviously then, the only politics that he practised openly was that of the Hindu Mahasabha, which supplemented the British policy of divide and rule.

He didnt just free himself he got his brother Ganesh Savarkar free too Remember he was facing a 50 year sentence and got out after serving only 13

Subsequently ‘Veer’ Savarkar never participated in any anti British agitation. He busied himself with recruiting Indians for the British army. The Congress historian Pattabhi Sitaramayya recorded that ” On the day of the arrests of Gandhi and his colleagues, Savarkar’s call to the Hindus was one of ‘no support to the Congress move’.



Larry Collins and Domnique Lapierre (neither of whom had any axe to grind with Godse or Savarkar ) in their non fiction  best-sellar Freedom at Midnight have said that Savarkar (never married) and Godse (never married too  ) were HOMOSEXUAL LOVERS see Freedom at Midnight, New Delhi, 1976, Chapter 16




L.COLLINS – D. LAPIERRE, Freedom at Midnight, New Delhi, 1976, Chapter 16

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  1. sirfak says:

    what is ur view of Gandhi ?

  2. That he was an imperfect eccentric Great Soul (Mahatma)

    • I hope your view on Gandhi has evolved my friend, he was recruited from SA (or even sent there for a purpose)….perhaps he was the ultimate turn-coat….if events that panned out are any indication. You should read the Gandhi paper on Miles W Mathis’s website, quite eye opening…

  3. sirfak says:

    what is ur religious view ? it seems to me that you are following islam ?

  4. It seems to you? It seems to me Ajay Singh from मेलबोर्न you are a brain dead Sanghi who assumes anyone who does not worship the fagotty coward Savarkar is a Mooslim Guess what loser Im not a Mooslim and you dont get to troll me here

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