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look what qadiyanis writes about pt lekhram

by Dr Vivek
dear aryajans

every one of us is familiar of great pt lekhram and his contribution to save
hindu race from clutches of islam.
he alone stopped the wave of conversion of hindus by mirza gulam ahmed.

he was stabbed is his full blown youth by islamic dagger but for whom he faced
death.

for we aryajans and we are all busy in fighting for sabhas and thirsty anti arya
leaders.

shame on us!

its now 111 years passed since pt lekhram martydem but we are not able to
publish works , contribution of pt lekhram on net.
only if i serach in google for pt lekhram most of links goes for anti remarks by
muslims .

what can be done for spreading glory of pt ji on net .
feedback are welcomed.

dr vivek

http://www.alislam.org/library/lekh-ram.htm

Death of Lekh Ram
A Sign for the people of India
I now turn to another prophecy; one of many which proved the truth of Islam to
the people of India. Their fulfilment moved several hundred thousand persons and
convinced them of the truth of Islam and persuaded many of them to declare
openly that Islam was the true religion. The effect of the prophecy has
continued since.
The circumstances of the prophecy are that late in the last century a new Hindu
sect called the Arya Samaj came into existence. Seeing the low condition of
Islam in our time, this sect conceived a bold plan to convert Muslims to the
Hindu religion. To this end Arya Samaj writers began to publish the most
scurrilous attacks on Islam. The most daring of these leaders and writers was
one Lekh Ram. In the course of several exchanges Hazrat Mirza Sahib tried to
explain to this Arya leader the truth of Islam. But to no effect. Lekh Ram stuck
to his anti-Islam ideas and schemes. He produced the most distorted translations
of Quran passages. Common decency found it difficult even to read those
translations. He held the most foul views about the Holy Prophet and the Holy
Quran. The best of mankind, he thought the worst of mankind, the best book in
the world the worst. A diseased eye cannot stand the light. This was the case
with Lekh Ram. Controversy with him began to mount. Lekh Ram went further and
further in his abuse of the Holy Prophet (on whom be peace), and ridicule of
Hazrat Mirza Sahib. He also became impatient for a sign. Hazrat Mirza Sahib
prayed to God and learnt that the end of this man was near. Before publishing
this prophecy Hazrat Mirza Sahib offered to withhold publication of the prophecy
if Lekh Ram had any objection. But Lekh Ram said he had nothing to fear from
such prophecies. Revelations first received were general. No time limit had been
laid for Lekh Ram's end. Lekh Ram insisted on a time limit. Hazrat Mirza Sahib,
therefore, withheld publication of the prophecy until he had more knowledge from
God. Eventually, he learnt that Lekh Ram was due to meet with a fatal calamity
within six years counting from February 20, 1893. On receiving this assurance
Hazrat Mirza Sahib published the prophecy. He added to it an Arabic revelation
relating to Lekh Ram.

"A miserable half dead cow; nothing awaits for it but disgrace and destruction."
Declaring his prophecy and this revelation Hazrat Mirza Sahib wrote, (addressing
all religious parties):
"If within six years from today February, 20, 1893, this man does not meet with
punishment from God, which is unusual in its poignancy and tragedy and which
impresses all and sundry with the fear of the Lord, then let everybody think
that I am not from God."
A little later, Hazrat Mirza Sahib elaborated the prophecy on the basis of
further revelations. He wrote:
"And God gave me the tidings that I will witness a day of Eid, and this day will
be close to the Eid."
He went on:
"And among the graces of God, which I have received, is this - that He has
accepted my prayers relating to one Lekh Ram and that He has informed me that he
will soon meet his deserts. This man was foul in his abuse of the Holy Prophet.
I prayed against him. So, my God informed me that this man will die within six
years. There are Signs in this for seekers-after truth."
A little later, Hazrat Mirza Sahib added further details to the prophecy. These
were published as a note inside the title cover of his book Barakat ul-Dua. It
was headed `A further prophecy about Lekh Ram of Peshawar.' In the course of it
he wrote:
"Today April 2, 1893 A.D., (Ramadhan 14, 1310 A.H.), early in the morning, in
semi-sleep, I saw myself sitting in a large house, some friends with me.
Suddenly in front of me I saw a man, fearful looking with blood-shot eyes. As I
saw, he seemed a strange creature, of a strange character. Not a human being I
thought, but a dreadful and dangerous angel. He struck terror in those who saw
him. As I looked at him, he asked, `Where is Lekh Ram?' Then he named another
and asked me his whereabouts also. I then understood that this person had been
appointed to punish Lekh Ram and this other man."
Hazrat Mirza Sahib also referred to Lekh Ram in his Persian verse included in
his book Aina-i-Kamalat-i-Islam:
Foolish and misguided foe,
Fear the sharp sword of Muhammad,
Denier of the greatness of Muhammad,
And of the luminous light of Muhammad!
Miracle may seem a thing of the past,
Come yet and see one through the devotees of Muhammad.

The prophecies relating to Lekh Ram put together foretold;

that Lekh Ram will meet with a calamity which will prove fatal for him;
that this calamity will take place within six years;
that it will be on a day close to Eid, just before or just after.
that Lekh Ram will meet the fate of the Calf of Samri; that is, dismemberment
and death and dispersion of ashes into a river;
that this fatal process will be carried out by a person ruddy with blood-shot
eyes;
that Lekh Ram will be a victim of the sword of Muhammad.
These details are so clear and determinate that nobody can have any doubt about
their meaning and content. Five years after the publication of these prophecies,
people started ridiculing the Promised Messiah. The time limit of the
prophecies, they said, was over and nothing had happened! Could Mirza Sahib
still be true? However, the next Eid-ul-Fitr, (which marks the end of the
Ramadhan), in the afternoon, an unknown person stabbed Lekh Ram in the stomach
with a sharp knife. Stabbed on Saturday, Lekh Ram died on Sunday. The Word of
God came true in all its grim detail. The prophecy had laid down a six year
limit. Lekh Ram died within six years. The prophecy said the fatal even would
occur on a day close to the Eid, and that this day will prove the Eid of the
believers. It happened exactly like this. Lekh Ram was stabbed on the day
following the Eid. The prophecy said that Lekh Ram would meet his end at the
hands of a fearful red-looking person. That is exactly what happened. Lekh Ram
was to be a victim of the sword of Muhammad; so, he died of a stab. The prophecy
said that Lekh Ram would meet a fate similar to the fate of the Calf of Samri.
This calf was dismembered on a Saturday, burnt to ashes, the ashes dispersed
into a river. This is what happened to Lekh Ram. Being a Hindu he was cremated,
his ashes thrown into a river.
The story of the murder of Lekh Ram, as otherwise told, is that sometime before,
a man with blood-shot eyes had come to him, wishing to be converted from Islam
to Hinduism. People tried to dissuade Lekh Ram from entertaining him. But Lekh
Ram did not heed. This man became Lekh Ram's trusted companion. Lekh Ram had
appointed the fateful Saturday as the day of his conversion. Lekh Ram was busy
writing. He asked for some book. This man pretending to reach Lekh Ram with the
book, slipped a knife into his stomach, and turned the knife round and round so
as to cut the entrails thoroughly. He then disappeared, this being the statement
of Lekh Ram's family. Lekh Ram was on the upper floor of the house. Near the
gate, on the ground floor, were many men; but no one saw the murderer come down
and escape. Lekh Ram's mother and wife were certain he was still in the house.
On a search of the house nobody was found. Where did he disappeared? Into the
earth or on to the sky? Lekh Ram died in great pain on Sunday. On a Sunday, the
Promised Messiah has seen in a vision this red-looking fearful murderer who
asked for Lekh Ram. Lekh Ram's end was a Sign of the truth of the Promised
Messiah, divine warning for those who would heap vile abuse on the holy person
of the Holy Prophet (on whom be peace and blessings of God).

(By Hazrat Al-Haaj Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih II,
Second Successor to the Promised Messiah, in his book "Dawat-ul-Amir", English
translation: "Invitation to Ahmadiyyat" pg. 257-261)

Dr Vivek's very appropriate

Dr Vivek's very appropriate message should be well felt by all of us.

First some one has to prepare Pt. Lekhram's English biography of about 100-150 pages including a summery of his important thoughts and sayings. It should be very factual and free from any sort of imagination and exaggerations etc. It should also not be a source of unnecessary tension or friction with the believers of alien faiths.

After publication of such a book in the latest English same can be placed on web for wider circulation. Panditji's useful books also need simple Hindi translation. Prof Rajendra Jignasu (Abohar - Panjab) is considered an authority in matters related to Panditji and his history.

Lekhram was a man of extra-ordinary courage and passion. His actions were charged with emotions. His history therefore demands extra precautions.

= Bhavesh Merja

This is the right time to

This is the right time to publish book on Pt Lekhram and respect the great arya.
We can contact his family to get details and also Arya Samaj where he was associated.
We should condemn Quadians and project to the world the reality.