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A Hindu-only 'model village' for neighbouring villages

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prasad1

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KRNji,
You joined the forum in 2010, You were inactive for this long, suddenly you are very active.
Your style and topics are very similar to some other member who is not active anymore.
 

tbs

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KRNji,
You joined the forum in 2010, You were inactive for this long, suddenly you are very active.
Your style and topics are very similar to some other member who is not active anymore.
hi

lookilike...OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLE...LOOKLIKE NEW AVATAAR..LOL..
 
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dhikshita

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I would like to stick to the topic and not to drift to old wine and sudden active participation, etc

There may be a section which feels that it is better to go by the way as said in Puranaanuru..by மாபெரும் புலவர் கணியன் பூங்குன்றனார்

யாதும் ஊரே யாவரும் கேளிர்..

எல்லா ஊரும் எம் ஊர் எல்லா மக்களும் எம் உறவினரே

And it is what insisted in Vasudhaiva Kutumbagam (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam is a Sanskrit phrase found in Hindu texts such as the Maha Upanishad, which means "the world is one family)

It appears the people of this particular village are against rampant religious conversion which is happening around with (as has been reported) financial support of foreign countries under the guise of charity, etc.

The Government of India has recently blocked foreign funding..

But in Tamil Nadu, some of the activists of one particular religious movement were murdered and attacked ruthlessly (there were daylight murders) perhaps by a section of other religious faith and the local Government promising effective enforcement of law and order.. and there seems to be no end.

While there is a State, wherein some of villages are slowly becoming mini Jammu & Kashmir, we have a village in AP slowly preventing religious conversion…

Highly sensitive topic...let us discuss....the pros and cons..
 
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Raji Ram

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கணியன் பூங்குன்றனார்
(KaNiyan PoongunRanAr) might be tumbling in his grave!! :dizzy:
 

Brahmanyan

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Here is an interesting account of a place in neighbouring Country Pakistan, where people of different religious faith live in peace and absolute amity.

"Mithi is as sweet as the name it has been given. Approximately 80 per cent of the population here is Hindu. It is a town where Muslims, out of respect for Hindus, do not slaughter cows; and where Hindus, out of respect for Muslim rites, have never organised any marriage ceremonies or celebrations during the month of Muharram.

Not only that, the Hindus of Mithi also happily participate in providing food and drinks for Muslims during Ramazan, and both groups exchange sweets on Eid and Diwali. The crime rate in Mithi is at two per cent and never has anyone witnessed any incident of religious intolerance."
Please read full account about this place in the DAWN, Pakistan's leading newspaper, in the following link:

https://www.dawn.com/news/1167315/mithi-where-a-hindu-fasts-and-a-muslim-does-not-slaughter-cows

There is a sizable population in both the Countries who would like to live with amity and peace among all religious communities.

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 
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dhikshita

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Here is an interesting account of a place in neighbouring Country Pakistan, where people of different religious faith live in peace and absolute amity.

"Mithi is as sweet as the name it has been given. Approximately 80 per cent of the population here is Hindu. It is a town where Muslims, out of respect for Hindus, do not slaughter cows; and where Hindus, out of respect for Muslim rites, have never organised any marriage ceremonies or celebrations during the month of Muharram.

Not only that, the Hindus of Mithi also happily participate in providing food and drinks for Muslims during Ramazan, and both groups exchange sweets on Eid and Diwali. The crime rate in Mithi is at two per cent and never has anyone witnessed any incident of religious intolerance."
Please read full account about this place in the DAWN, Pakistan's leading newspaper, in the following link:

https://www.dawn.com/news/1167315/mithi-where-a-hindu-fasts-and-a-muslim-does-not-slaughter-cows

There is a sizable population in both the Countries who would like to live with amity and peace among all religious communities.

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.


Sir,

The report says there were twelve RSS Activists murdered in Karnataka during the last two years..

Similar is the case of Tamil Nadu and equally Kerala....!!

Report: https://hinduexistence.org/2017/03/...eld-and-destination-of-bloody-jihad-in-south/
 

B V RAAGHAVAN

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Namaskarams,

In TN also there are places where Muslims and Hindus are co-existing for generations together. They celebrate all the festivals in a congenial atmosphere. All the "hulla hulla " are being done by the politicians and their stooges for the own political mileage. If people are left alone without political inteference, there will be peace everywhere.

Anbuden
Adiyen
 

prasad1

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It might be politics to "cultivate" divisiveness, but it is not good for the country.
The original principle of this site has been communal harmony.

Secondly, it is dangerous to promote illegal practice on this site and the country.
Yes, the members of this site are mostly Hindus, but the moderator wants this site to welcome all faiths and people from around the world.


In the end, segregated housing–now increasingly driven by religious discrimination–is a blight on India’s progress.
“This marks the end of intimacy and formal integration of communities that every modern, civilised society needs,” says political psychologist Ashis Nandy.
Mr Kadri, 45, offers his example to show how such segregation is harming India. “I am what I am because I grew up in a cosmopolitan environment in mixed neighbourhoods,” he says.
“Unfortunately my 12-year-son does not have the same privilege as he’s growing up in a ghetto. This is a big tragedy. We are moving backwards.”


https://www.amren.com/news/2014/12/why-segregated-housing-is-thriving-in-india/

So for people who want it to become lawless and preach communal hatred, this may not be the place.
 
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