In the small hours of Gudi Paadva of 1949, Godse, in his condemned cell of the Ambala jail, had a dream. Saw Gandhi. After eighteen hours of tough conversation, starting from Godse telling Gandhi, “Yes, you bastard, I killed you and will kill again” to the end where Godse was heard saying, “Yes Bapu. Now I know that the real enemies of Hindustan and Hindus are, not so much the non-Hindus but, the frucking, coward, self-serving un-Hindu Hindu bastards. I promise I’ll lay the foundation of ‘Awaken the Real Hindu’ mission. Bless me, Bapu”. Godse was now a ‘new Godse’.
Godse: All one father Hindus pronounce नमः as ‘namah’ and not ‘namaha’. I have noticed that in those parts of India where the degenerated Hindus pronounce नमः as ‘namaha’ and not the correct ‘namah’, the opportunist Muslim and Christian missionaries find it very easy to convert the marginalized Hindus to Islam and Christianity. Check it up, yourself”.
“Just as all roads lead to Rome, all paths lead to AUM”. (Page 109). How to produce the monosyllable ॐ? (Page 166).” You have heard about TM. Now read here and learn TC, the Transcendental Chanting from the Parsee Yoga teacher Aspi Munsha”. (Page 160).
Godse was totally floored when he heard Gandhi say that he remembered the Yoga sutra’s number was 38 because it was in the year 1938 that the 22-year old Len Hutton scored 364 runs breaking records of the then record holders Wally Hammond and Don Bradman in the same match in which Wally Hammond was the captain of the host English cricket team and Don Bradman was the captain of the visiting Australian cricket team.