The Misinterpreted Verses Of The Holy Yajur Veda


There has been continuous efforts by Islamic Terrorists to attack hindusim in different ways and given is one of the way to take half/quarter hymns from... the Vedas and try to confuse the Hindus on its own faith.

But, O muslims, sinner on this earth, you are none other than a non believer who will be punished to spread lie for the one who is supreme and rules the entire world. If you really believe that you read vedas or know it in any form or way then try to post reality and not the half hymns. This way you are in no way ruining our faith or religion but you are the reason the create confusion in your own faith.
Below are some verses which are repeatedly used by islamic fanatics to prove that hindus are following wrong path, which is not as per veda, but to my surprise they failed to quote the VERSES FULLY and taking partial veda they want to prove that the entire faith is fake. Let me make you, O islamic fools that if you take a part of your body separately its going to be a fake body, or cant be considered as presentable body. Just pouring sugar in water and calling it tea wont make it tea.

The incomplete yajurveda verse as presented by scholars of islam - intervening a faith which they dont believe, but interested to do research in
"na tasya pratima asti
"There is no image of Him."
[Yajurveda 32:3]5

"shudhama poapvidham"
"He is bodyless and pure."
[Yajurveda 40:8]6

"Andhatama pravishanti ye asambhuti mupaste"
"They enter darkness, those who worship the natural elements" (Air, Water, Fire, etc.). "They sink deeper in darkness, those who worship sambhuti."
[Yajurveda 40:9]7

Try to use brain which is down in your feet and read the below full verse and their meanings

"Na Tasya Pratima Asti, Yasya Nam Mahadyash
Hiranyagarbh Ityesha Ma Ma Hinsidityesha Yasmanna Jat Ityesha"
The supreme god who is described in verses like Hiranyagarbh, Yasmanna Jat, Ma Ma Hinsit, whose name and glory is extremely broad buthe/she does not have any pattern - (which means, he does not have any specific pattern but by your meditational intellectual u can imagine his pattern) To be noted that the word Pratima here doesnt mean image but it means pattern
[Yajurveda 32:3]

"Sa Paryagaachukramkayamvranmasnaveer shuddhampapviddham
kavirmanishi paribhuh svayambhuryathatathyatorthan vyadghachaashwatibhyah samabhyah"
He (The Supreme) is pervasive, is magnificient. He is bodiless, nerveless and doesnt have pores.
He is pure and sinless. He is poet (here poet means he can create anything he imagines), he himself is language (ruler of mind, from where the words come), victorious and the onecreated by him/herself. He has managed since eternity for everyoneallsource as-qualified.
[Yajurveda 40:8]

"Andham tamah Pra Vishanti Yesambhutimupaste
Tato Bhuya Iva Te Tamo Ya Oo Sambhutyam rata"
Those people, who worship separation-destruction and are playing in such activities only, they enter darkness (here darkness is ignorance) and get surrounded by it and those who worship making organisation-creation only, they also enter the darkness of ignorance.

Here to note, worship means remain engaged in, and sambhuti is gathering and asambhuti means division, and engagement in such activities relates with, engaging in material life, forgetting the supreme to be worshipped equally and daily. Here it is nowhere mentioned about worship of natural elements" (Air, Water, Fire, etc.).
[Yajurveda 40:9]

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