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10 things to know about Indian Secularism

Do you think India is becoming an intolerant country? Or is it just hype created by media (print, television and social alike). If you concur and feel cherished after reading this post, then it is just a hype. Secularism in India is engraved in Constitution right at the beginning in the Preamble. It is a […]
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Interpretation of MK Gandhi’s Hinduism (3): Religion of Service

By Prashant Jain Next in the series of our articles on Gandhi’s Hinduism, we bring to you the main intent of any religion i.e. service. For those who have missed out on the first article which clearly defines the intent of this article series, I would request them to please read it here. Let’s look at […]
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Interpretation of MK Gandhi’s Hinduism (2): Sanatani Hindu

By Prashant Jain Next in the series of our articles on Gandhi’s Hinduism, we bring to you his definition of Sanatani Hindu. For those who have missed out on the first article which clearly defines the intent of this article series, I would request them to please read it here. Let’s look at the excerpts first from […]
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Interpretation of MK Gandhi’s Hinduism(1): What is Hinduism?

By Prashant Jain MK Gandhi is perhaps the most important proponent of the religion, which he wholeheartedly embraced all his life, Hinduism. It is interesting to see that he wrote extensively on his own religion given the fact that he was mentored by a Jain and read at length about Christianity. Gandhi always considered Buddhism […]
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