29 Aug Yes, Rangila Rasul was the first book to be banned in under then British India and it is still banned in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. 2. Why the book was. 21 Nov From ‘Rangila Rasul’ to ‘Padmavati’. The history of Section A of the Indian Penal Code shows that writers, filmmakers and scholars have. 31 Jul These opening lines of the provocative Rangila Rasul [The Colourful Prophet], a. slim volume published in in colonial north India.
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Tell us at views livemint. No political party can claim a clean record on protecting the freedom of artists and scholars, so the current finger-pointing is more opportunistic rather than one based on core principles. Originally written in Urdu, it has been translated into Hindi. The publisher of Rangila Rasul was stabbed to death by Ilm-Ud-Din, and what is worse is that his act was given legitimacy when Mohammad Iqbal spoke at the funeral of the assassin, who had been sentenced to death.
The Rajasthan chief minister has written to the Union information and broadcasting minister that the film should not be released without cutting out the parts that some fringe groups are protesting against, and nobody in the Union government seems ready to stand up for the principle of artistic freedom. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Retrieved from ” https: Parag Agrawal rated it it was amazing Mar 20, Best book to disclose all the mis deeds of this man who started “Islam”.
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Chamupati or Krishan Prashaad Prataab inwhose name however was never revealed by the publisher, Mahashe Rajpal  of Lahore. View all 4 comments. On rxsul basis of Muslim complaints, Rajpal was arrested but acquitted in April after a five-year trial because there was no law against insult to religion. The warning issued by Lala Lajpat Rai way back in is worth reiterating right now.
But what I personally liked about this book that it not only tells but also proves that Muhammad was sexually abnormal. Nov 25, Keshav Arora rated it it was amazing. To see what radul friends thought of this book, please sign up. Section A has no place in a modern republic that constitutionally guarantees individual freedom. These threats of violence came soon after Swami Shraddhanand was assassinated in A big NO NO from my part though, as this is just waste of time, reading someone belittle someone else without even knowing him personally or having any original knowledge about him other than the rumours that float around.
The author might have felt the anguish from the illiterates of the religion who believe that they are much bet It’s like a middle schooler writing about experience of life after marriage.
It was written by an Arya Ranyila named Pandit M.
In today’s world he surely fits the definition of Pervert. I have read one of the most controversial books of all time. Rangila Rasul had a surface appearance of a eangila and laudatory work on Muhammad and his teachings; for example it began with a poem which went “The bird serves the flowers in the garden; I’ll serve rangilaa Rangila Rasul”, and called Muhammad “a widely experienced” person who was best symbolized by his many wives, in contrast with the lifelong celibacy of Hindu saints.
Ramesh Kumar rated it did not like it Dec 15, Return to Book Page. Views Read Edit View history. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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But, I was disappointed with the content. The misuse of such a law in the years ahead would prove him wrong.
Ina book called Rangila Rasulbased on the personal life of the Prophet Muhammad, was published in Lahore. Abhishek Kumar rated it it was amazing Apr 05, Rangila Rasul or Rangeela Rasool meaning Colorful Ranyila was a book published during a period of confrontation between Arya Samaj and Muslims in Punjab during the s.
The dasul of Section A shows that it is not some scurrilous scribblers, but writers, filmmakers and scholars who have borne the brunt of censorship in India.
Insanely sarcastic, this book was Arya Samaj’s response to a pamphlet depicting Sita as a prostitute. None of the ‘controversial’ facts in the book are new for today’s Internet-age generation.