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      Why do the Brahmins of India and Nazis of Germany have the same symbol - the Swastika?






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      The swastika is a Sanskrit word, and has been used as a symbol in India and other ancient civilizations for centuries, including Aryans. Nazis adopted it to show their linkage to the Aryans.

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      ^^^ Thanks but What does this symbol represents, Good or Evil?

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      Quote Originally Posted by aasimtom View Post
      ^^^ Thanks but What does this symbol represents, Good or Evil?
      This symbol of swastika represents good luck.

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      nazi swastika is related more to the symbol used by friekorps in the fighting in 1917-22 against communists

      The Swastika and the Nazis. Page 5.

      and the baltic states and finland also used this as their symbol

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      Quote Originally Posted by aasimtom View Post
      Why do the Brahmins of India and Nazis of Germany have the same symbol - the Swastika?
      Swastika is a Hindu symbol, not just a Brahmin symbol.

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