The Satanic Hindu Gods and The Two-Dimensional Insanity in Hinduism

The sanatana dharma Hinduism has two-dimensional insanity- 1.Polytheism 2.Practicing polytheism. 1. If the greatest thought and teaching of Hinduism is in Bhagavad-gita, which is hailed to be a kind of summary of Vedas and Upanishads, then it is insane to believe in numerous gods who represent different aspects of nature or reality. If the ultimate true mission is to attain mukti with the pure state of consciousness then these gods are rather maya or illusion, forms of Satan (devil) which try to delude a true Hindu, making him more interested in appearances rather than the unique underlying reality called Brahman. This would mean that all gods like Vishnu, Shiva, Ganesha, etc and goddesses like Sarasvati, Lakshmi, Parvati, Durga, Kali, etc are Satanic. This Satanism further leads to the second dimension of insanity. Practicing polytheism: worshiping the gods and goddesses which is rather like worshiping the Satan. 2. Ganesha Utsava, a special day of the elephant headed god Ganesha held in August or September, would be a very good example. Ganesha is supposed to be the god of knowledge who is also thought to be good at removing obstacles from the path of the devotee. (It is a different thing that the Hindus should actually see the Brahman itself as the source of knowledge and its attainment to be the way of removal of obstacles.) In Ganesha Utsava a variety of statues of this god are made and often there are competitions amongst clubs or Mandals on who makes the best statue, etc. These are accompanied by loads of Bollywood songs in background with air, water, and noise pollution. As a consequence, knowledge and divine inclination remains in theory and what is left in practice is terrible insanity and madness across the country.