Ghazwatulhind, A Threat In Development!

Hello Everybody,

I have been looking keenly over internet for some thoughtful response to some of the prophecies about “Army of Three Lions” and its “Terrible Defeat” and the deep crises initiating from within.

Have a look at what Nostradamus stated:…us-predictions

Go to Page 96, Verse No. 16 which says

The deep entry made by the great Queen
will make the place powerful and incredible;
the army of three lions will be defeated
causing within a thing hideous and terrible.

While searching, I also came across the interpretation of it over the following URL:

This is not the only prophesy which says something like that, I have seen few Muslims spreading propaganda about Ghaz-watul-Hind, (Ghazwa-tul-Hind) Ghazwa-e-Hind or Jihad-e-Hind.

This seems to be a well thought plan by the Muslims to demoralize and spread the hoax about Indian fall or “Terrible Defeat” as Nosterdamus calls it. This seems like a cold war. Has anybody done some work to counter that back? If this propaganda is spread within India and we have no “thoughtful attack back” on that, we could be at the receiving end. Is some mind out there in the population of over bullion people thinking on these lines? Is somebody prepared or has done some research how to counter that and if this is true at all? and What if it is?

I am particularly concerned about “Ghazwatul-hind” which has potential to excite Muslims within India and elsewhere to stand against ourself.

Only Thoughtful answers please.. Dont show your enthusiasm here, Its time to be thoughtful, mindful and reasonable! Just Sense able replies are requested!


6 Responses to “Ghazwatulhind, A Threat In Development!”

  1. Any thing can be justified using vague verses from scriptures. It can be refuted by facts too. For example when you talk of the country with a symbol of three lions, well it ain’t India cause Indian Symbol has 4 lions. Its just that the fourth one is hidden and cannot be seen in 2D. This is how hoaxes are created and propagated among illiterate masses. When u talk of believers, why do u think only of muslims. All those who believe in God are believers. People of all religions worship/ believe in the same supreme being.

    • ghazwatulhind Says:

      Hello Tiger,

      Thanks for posting and sharing your thoughts.

      Regarding 3 and 4 sides of the lions, this has been addressed and answered up-to satisfaction many times. You might want to make some research and you will get a reasonable answer to that.

      Regarding being believers and non-believers, the matter is with God that who is believer and who is not but there are religions of Allah who came in row before Islam and those comprise Judaism, Christianity and finally Islam. If anybody is following Judaism as God wanted Jews to follow, he is on the right path and same goes for Christianity and Islam. However, books of Jews and Christens have been manipulated intensively and are not in the form in which they were originally sent down. Qur’an is the only book of God that is protected by God Himself and He has guaranteed this will remain unchanged and so it has been.

      If you want to follow the faith of God and in the form in which it is originally laid out, then study Qur’an. Even if you don’t want to embrace Islam, studying Qur’an won’t harm you.


  2. Those who go to fortunetellers fall into three categories:

    1 – The one who goes to a fortuneteller and asks him things without believing in what he says. This is haraam, and the punishment of the one who does that is that his prayers are not accepted for forty days, as it is narrated in Saheeh Muslim (2230), that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever goes to a fortuneteller and asks him about something, his prayer will not be accepted for forty days.”

    2 – When a person goes to a fortuneteller and asks him about something and believes what he says. This is disbelief in Allaah (kufr), because he is believing the fortuneteller’s claim to have knowledge of the unseen, and believing a human’s being claim to have knowledge of the unseen constitutes disbelief in the verse in which Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

    “Say: None in the heavens and the earth knows the Ghayb (Unseen) except Allaah”

    [al-Naml 27:65].

    Hence it says in the saheeh hadeeth: “Whoever goes to a fortuneteller and believes what he says has disbelieved in that which was revealed to Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).”

    3 – When he goes to a fortuneteller and asks him questions so that he can explain to the people what he is really doing, which is deceiving people and leading them astray. There is nothing wrong with this. The evidence for that is the fact that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) went to Ibn Sayyaad. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) though of something to himself. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) asked him what he was thinking of and he said, “Al-dukh” meaning al-dukhaan (smoke). End quote.

    Majmoo’ Fataawa wa Rasaa’il al-Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, 2/184

    Based on this, whoever goes to a fortuneteller or soothsayer and believes what he says and believes that he has knowledge of the unseen has committed major kufr which puts him beyond the pale of Islam. But if he does not believe what he says then he has not committed kufr.

    • krishnamurthy Says:

      before the revelation of bible to arabs/jews and death of sarswathi river in india that is almost 6000 year back we in india have called god as Niranjan, nirakar & nirgun .

      Calling god in single name caused all blood shed, leave branding the god in one name and live as human being, do not believe in conquering india & same way conquering pakistan are elsewhere

  3. i did not understand that why indians afraid too much from ghuzwa e hind they always had a deep eye on this topic and thats why they becomes like mad dogs and funding to ttp dogs and wants to break pakistan but day by day india comes to trouble….pakistan zinda bad ghuzw e hind zinda bad……

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