Shri balaji said...
Why dont u dare to talk about Quran and Bible why do u talk only about Hinduism..U cannot read bible when it crosses 100 pages do u know read it if u can.. why dont u speak about that If u have the real guts my friend..dont jus speak about one religion if ur idealogy is common then apply to all religions if u are speaking only about hinduism then ur idealogy is not common its only a Anti-Hindu idealogy do u understand..
*I am a born Hindu.
*I have not left Hinduism.
*I have not left Hinduism because other religions too have their own shortcomings. Changing a religion is like dropping a stone from your back and loading it with another stone.
*Hinduism evolved over Centuries with discussions on philosophical matters. It is not a religion preached by one man.
*One can criticise one's own religion. -- A person has a duty and a right to clean his own house. This right and duty have a boundary: This is to be done without hurting the sentiments of others of the same religion. I believe that I am doing my duty and exercising my rights within these limits.
*We cannot keep our homes dirty, because others are keeping their houses dirty.
*One can criticize other religions only to the extent permitted by the other religions.
*Studying Hindu philosophy itself takes several years.
*I have not studied in depth the philosophies and theologies of other religions.
*The practitioners and scholars of other religions have a duty and right to check up their religions as to whether they contain cruel and inhuman elements such as burqa. The Governments of the respective countries have a duty and right to correct the malpractices prevailing in their countries.
*Others can also help in the process, if there is a tolerant climate.
I have to add something more to this reply. I shall do it shortly.