Thursday, April 22, 2010

LET LOOSE THE DOGS OF WAR -- CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL





















WHO LET THE DOGS OUT — CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

Whoever let the dogs out, pray like hell they are not Tibetan mastiffs.

These powerful and highly spirited dogs , who CAN IGNORE PAIN , scare away leopards and packs of wolves. They can zig-zag corners with greater differential agility and grace than mountain leopards.

“ Let loose the dogs of war” is actually a true call given by the likes of Genghis Khan and Attila the Hun.

They had hordes of tenacious and agile Tibetan mastiffs , each weighing more than 100 kilos with their armies. Their booming barks could be heard miles away, terrorising enemy horses. These dogs size up the situation before attacking, and can conserve energy.

There is no other animal on the planet of its like.


Alexander the Great was presented with one and he took it with him back to Europe. By the way, Alexanders horse was never the same after being terrorised by an elephants roar during a battle in India. Queen Victoria was also presented with a huge one by the Indian Viceroy.


I once had a conversation with a shipping billionare. He boasted after a couple of drinks -- “ I have a yacht, airplane, Harley Davidson blah blah” . I asked him , “ Do you have a Tibetan mastiff ? “ -- and that pricked his bubble . He did not even know what it was.

Tibetan mastiffs are the most expensive dogs to own as a pet.  Prices for a trained dog, can go up to  1.8 million US dollars . These dogs have a penchant for cleanliness, like cats.


They have two spots on each inner eyebrow.


These dogs are found only in the Himalayas. They guard the Buddhist monasteries in Tibet. Lack of inter breeding has kept the race pure.

The dogs are brave , fierce , loyal , elegant and have outstanding intelligence and stamina. Even if the noble and strong willed dog is deliberately kept starved it will not attack the livestock of its master.


At night it loves to bark as is programmed in its DNA, but the moment you take it indoors it stops barking. It has a kind expression as is seen in the picture—notice the mane and the huge bear like head.

Its booming bark contains the mysterious INFRASOUND that freezes blood ( cortisol release affecting neuro transmitters ) due to fear.  Even mountain leopards run away.

As soon as Chanakya came to know that Alexander the great had crossed the Dardenelles with his Greek army, he resigned from Taxila University. He mentored a handpicked student Chandra Gupta Maurya .  Kingmaker Chanakya got him crowned Emperor of a new formed Maurya empire. 

This united kingdom empire was waiting for the Greek invader .  Even before Alexander fought King Porus, his frightened army horses were mentally disintegrated just by the barks of a horde of Tibetan Mastiffs collected by Chanakya .


It is difficult to train this dog as it is aloof and does not like being bossed around. However it is very eager to please its master and people it knows.

The opposite holds good with strangers, it will not trust them or eat food if offered.


No wonder this dog has tremendous awe value and holds the respect of all.



Grace and peace!



CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL
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15 comments:

  1. Haha! Very nice post capt. ;)
    Ok tell me one thing, I have read the puranic lore stating that Indian race was very tall and stout, there heads were big like pumpkins n so were their golden crowns, what according to you were the heights of pure Aryas like Rama, krishna, arjun, bheem etc also the height of Ravan the asura??

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    1. hi vv,

      yes they were taller than the current generation as they had better DNA and lesser pollution.

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  3. Hi capt.
    That I know they were tall! But what are their heights suppose to be? Mahabharat describes them to be 10 footers that sounds insane. lol

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    1. hi vv,

      probably 6.5 feet.

      bhima and ravana were taller -- wrestler great khali types.

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  4. Hi capt.
    I am 6.5 as well, may be I have lesser junk DNA then others. lol no kiding. ;)

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  5. Dear Captain,

    Wonderful post. I had a German Sheperd for 12 years. He died last year due to old age. He was very good, and loves my family like anything. I wanted a Tibetian Mastiff, the moment i saw its pic on google. But now knowing how loosing a pet feels like. Ive decided to stop buying pets. But if at all my mind changes. Id definitely go for a Mastiff.
    Regards
    Gautam

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  6. Greetings Sir,

    Is it true that all the other dog breeds came from this mastiff?

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  7. Great information

    I used to breed Rottweilers when I was young. They are amazing dogs also.

    https://dublinsmick.wordpress.com/2015/06/16/genghis-khan-emperor-of-emperors-bogdo-race-of-the-gods/

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  8. By the way capt, I wish I was as young as you. I am 70 years old

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  9. Thank you for the good writeup. It in fact was a amusement account it. Look advanced to far added agreeable from you! By the way, how can we communicate?


    The Summer's

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  10. Veena N
    August 23, 2016 at 9:51 AM

    Dearest Captain
    In Kerala we dont celebrate Raksha Bandhan.
    But now the Rss is bringing the ritual of tieing Rakhee. Kindly do explain captain.

    Pranam
    Dr. Veena J.Nair

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    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    August 23, 2016 at 1:02 PM
    hi vn,

    IN KERALA WE DONT CELEBRATE RAKSHA BANDHAN

    after king bali was shoved off to patala by vishnu -- vishnu developed remorse and went to patala where he stayed as a guest of bali

    vishnu wife lakshmi disguised herself as a brahmin woman and tied a sacred thread around king bali, declaring him as her brother --

    bali asked her what her wish is--and then he coaxed vishnu to go back to vaikunta

    The event initiated the custom of sister’s trying Rakhi on the day of Shravana Purnima.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/09/why-kerala-does-not-celebrate-diwali-or.html

    2300 years ago alexander the great took an indian wife roxanna , to know the secrets of the hindu kush pass.

    the greek army was routed by king porus. the elephants and the tibetan mastiff dogs psyched the greek horses. the greek army saw indian sages in deep meditation covered by cobras and they were afraid.

    when alexander was mortally wounded roxanna ran to porus and tied a rakhi around his wrist and made him her brother.

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/05/alexander-great-and-king-porus-hidden.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2010/04/wwho-let-dogs-out-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

    capt ajit vadakayil
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  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XztoJ3BvpZU

    WE NEED 2000 PITBULLS AND 2000 SNIFFER DOGS IN KASHMIR AND THE RED CORRIDOR .

    A TRAINED SNIFFER AND A PITBULL MUST WORK AS A TEAM .

    DESPITE BEING TASED ( ELECTRIC SHOCK ) ON ITS BALLS AND ASSHOLE , THE PITBULL DOES NOT RELEASE ITS HOLD. SUCH IS ITS DETERMINATION .

    capt ajit vadakayil
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