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Hinduism = zero intolerance

Hinduismzero intolerance

India is not a land of persecution, but of debate, dialogue and enquiry. Everyone can follow a different path to worship and salvation, make varied lifestyle choices, and still co-exist in harmony. This Diwali, four leading spiritual gurus shine a light on tolerance as the fundamental Indian way of life.


Official 'Well-Being' statistics show religious people are happier than atheists

Official Well-Being statistics show religious

Of all the faiths in the UK, Hindus are the happiest, scoring well above the national average, according to data compiled by the Office for National Statistics over the last 4 years in the UK and published a couple of days ago. Religious people from all different faiths are happier than those who have “no religion”, official data released on 2 Feb 2016 revealed.


Are Hindus Cowards?

Are Hindus Cowards

In the wake of Al Jazeera Channel – قناة الجزيرة الفضائية’s shameful interview of Ram Madhav RSS, where they tried to equate Narendra Modi & Hindus with ISIS, with hardly any protest from both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indian Media, the question needs to be asked again:


Towards a New Cosmopolitan Muslim Mindset

Towards a new cosmopolitan muslim mindset

During one of my recent summer trips to India, an incident in the Mewat region of Haryana reported in a local newspaper caught my attention. A road accident had escalated into a communal riot between Muslims and Hindus. Media reports quoted local observers, including police officials, who expressed surprise at the amount of firing that had emanated from a specific Muslim neighborhood and the quantity of weapons and arsenal that had been stockpiled in the households. What was disturbing to me, from a very neutral sociological standpoint, was that a road accident had degenerated into a communal riot and had created so much social chaos.