Kali Sacrifice Anti Dharma

Deadly Shivput Rajput hindu warrirors has made threat to send its fighters to Kashmir , to Pakistan ,to carry out guerrilla attacks inside Pakistan . To wipe out Muslim jihadi and implement shiva law in Pakistan , the terror Hindu group fighters to launch attacks on Pakistan to start dharama yudh . Start Dharma yudh against anti Hindu . Shiv put

Hindu Dharma yudh Shivput says he felt joyous when sacrifice anti hindu people because .

I was killing Asur


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Start dharama yudh . Start Dharma yudh against anti Hindu . Shiv put
Hindu Dharma yudh Shivput says he felt joyous when sacrifice anti hindu people because .

I was killing Asur.Accounts of a secret Mahakali goddess of devotee s roaming India go back at least as far as the 13th century, but to modern history their story usually begins with the entrance of the British Empire in the early 1800s. For some years, India�s British administrators had been hearing reports of large numbers of British and anti hindu ,disappearing on the country�s roads; but, while disturbing, such incidents were not entirely unusual for the time. It was not until the discovery of a series of eerily similar mass graves across India that the truth began to dawn. Each site was piled with the bodies of individuals ritually human sacrify and buried in the same meticulous fashion, leading to an inescapable conclusion: these sacrify were the work of a single, organization. It was known as Kali Put Shivput deadly Mahakali devoteesAt its root, the word Kali put means devotee of Kali, and this name hints at the methods employed by the Goddess Kali who sacrify life of Anti Hindu . Bands of Kali put ,traveled across the country posing as pilgrims, merchants, soldiers, or even royalty, in groups numbering anywhere from a few men to several hundred. Offering protection or company, they would befriend fellow anti hindu or non hindu travelers and slowly build their confidence along the road. Often the impostors would journey for days and hundreds of miles with their intended victims, patiently waiting for an opportunity to strike. When the time was right, typically while their targets were encamped and at their most relaxed, a signal would be given . Bring the tobacco and the Kali put would spring. Each member had a well-honed specialty; some distracted their quarry, some made noise or music to mask any cries, while others guarded the campsite from intruders and escapees. Kali put of the highest rank performed the actual killings.As a prohibition against shedding blood was at the core of Kali put belief, the murders were performed in a bloodless fashion. The usual method was strangulation with a rumal, the yellow silk handkerchief each kaliput wore tied around his waist; but an occasional neck-breaking or poisoning helped to add some variety. It was a matter of honor for the secret force to let no one escape alive once they had been selected for death.For the members of Hindu Kali devotee , human sacrify was both a way of life and a religious duty. They believed their human sacrify were a means of worshiping the Hindu goddess Kali, who was honored at each stage of the sacrify by a vast and complex system of rituals and superstitions. Kaliput were guided to their victims by omens observed in nature, and once the deed was done, the graves and bodies were prepared according to strict ceremonies. A sacrificial rite would be conducted after the burial involving the consecration of sugar and of the sacred pickax, the tool the brotherhood believed was given to them by Kali to dig the graves of their prey. Kaliput were certainly not above robbing their victims, but traditionally a share of money ,would be set aside for the goddess Kali temple or Hindu religion.Their extreme secrecy combined with their mastery of murder made the kaliput the deadliest secret society in all of history. In the early 19th century they were credited with 40,000 deaths annually, stretching back as far as anyone cared to count. Some estimates put the overall death toll as high as 2,000,000, but with the cult potentially operating for more than 500 years before formal records were kept, the true number is impossible to determine.