17 March 2011

Scheduled Caste’s as a Separate Religious Identity

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Scheduled Castes' as a Separate Religious Identity Part-1


Sdheduled Castes as a Separate Religious Identity Part-2



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3 comments:

  1. I think, for the welfare of humankind,the Civilized Society should treat religious faith as a personal matter & should not create such situations for altercations resulting into circumstances wherein we are hindered in our attempts to promote humanity. Though, persons like me may not be here after passing their respective life spans, but with the progress of Civilized Society, a day may come when preference of religion as a matter of 'personal faith' may gradually become popular.

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  2. I think, for the welfare of humankind,the Civilized Society should treat religious faith as a personal matter & should not create such situations for altercations resulting into circumstances wherein we are hindered in our attempts to promote humanity. Though, persons like me may not be here after passing their respective life spans, but with the progress of Civilized Society, a day may come when preference of religion as a matter of 'personal faith' may gradually become popular.

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  3. They say, "Hindu youths must go back to their roots and understand their scriptures". But, I am afraid of the results that have been produced by these scriptures, and therefore suggest that the Constitution of India should be understood deeply much more than a holy scripture, or rather it must be accepted as a new religion. Moreover, if something is in the interest of the people, its flexibility can be used to realize the nation's objectives, particularly because the holy scriptures cannot be re-written, as they contained the will of the 'God'.

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