PART I – RELIGIOUS
Riddle No. 1 : The difficulty of knowing why one is a Hindu
Riddle No. 2 : The Origin Of The Vedas—The Brahminic Explanation or An Exercise In The Art Of
Riddle No. 3 : The Testimony Of Other Shastras On The Origin Of The Vedas
Riddle no. 4 : Why suddenly the brahmins declare the vedas to be infallible and not to be
Riddle no. 5 : Why did the brahmins go further and declare that the vedas are neither made by
man nor by god?
Riddle no. 6 : The contents of the vedas: have they any moral or spiritual value?
Riddle no. 7 : The turn of the tide or how did the brahmins deceare the vedas to be lower than the
lowest of their shastras?
Riddle no. 8 : How the upanishads declared war on the vedas?
Riddle no. 9 : How the upanishads came to be made subordinate to the vedas?
Riddle no. 10 : Why did the brahmins make the hindu gods fight against one another?
Riddle no. 11 : Why did the brahmins make the hindu gods suffer to rise and fall?
Riddle no. 12 : Why did the brahmins dethrone the gods and enthrone the goddesses?
Riddle no. 13 : The riddle of the ahimsa
Riddle no. 14 : From ahimsa back to himsa
Riddle no. 15 : How did the brahmins wed an ahimsak god to a bloodthirsty Goddess?
PART II – SOCIAL
Riddle no. 16 : The four varnas-are the brahmins sure of their origin?
Riddle no. 17 : The four ashramas—the why and how about them
Riddle no.18 : Manu’s madness or the brahmanic explanation of the origin of the mixed castes
Riddle no. 19 : The change from paternity to maternity. What did the brahmins wish to gain by it?
Riddle no. 20 : Kali varjya or the brahmanic art of suspending the operation of sin without calling it
Appendix I : The riddle of the varnashram dharma
Appendix II : Compulsory matrimony
PART III – Political
Riddle no. 21 : The theory of manvantara
Riddle no. 22 : Brahma is not dharma. What good is Brahma?
Riddle no. 23 : Kali Yuga—Why have the brahmins made it unending?
Riddle no. 24 : The riddle of the Kali yuga
Appendix I : The riddle of Rama and Krishna