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Hindu religion has solutions to all problems in the world: Amit Shah

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sangom

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Is Religion not practised in developed countries, Sir?

The Republican Party in the US has wide support from Christians.

Most of the Western Countries mention 'Christianity' as Official Religion.

The method of following may be different from country to country and from religion to religion.

I feel "religion" is not practised by majority of the ordinary citizens in developing countries; surveys reveal that belief in god is coming down steadily among those populations. It would seem that they put more trust in humans and their own ability to tide over life's difficulties rather than put the trust in some idol in a place of worship, etc.

'Official Religion' is more a status symbol; it is just like official flower or other things like that. Possibly, any open attack on the official religion will not be allowed but that is that. Whereas in India and many of the African countries which are all underdeveloped and with no sign of improving their condition in the near future, religion and/or tribal beliefs rule supreme and most people are preoccupied with such things only.

In India we find a great preoccupation with religion, bhakti, etc., but at the same time people are corrupt whether they are poor or rich bureaucrats/ministers/crorepatis.
 

prasad1

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I feel "religion" is not practised by majority of the ordinary citizens in developing countries; surveys reveal that belief in god is coming down steadily among those populations. It would seem that they put more trust in humans and their own ability to tide over life's difficulties rather than put the trust in some idol in a place of worship, etc.

'Official Religion' is more a status symbol; it is just like official flower or other things like that. Possibly, any open attack on the official religion will not be allowed but that is that. Whereas in India and many of the African countries which are all underdeveloped and with no sign of improving their condition in the near future, religion and/or tribal beliefs rule supreme and most people are preoccupied with such things only.

In India we find a great preoccupation with religion, bhakti, etc., but at the same time people are corrupt whether they are poor or rich bureaucrats/ministers/crorepatis.

With my experience, your statement is spot on Sangomji.
We waste lot of time and energy on wild goose chase.
 

yesmohan

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Hindu religion has solutions to all problems in the world: AMIT

[h=2]Hindu religion has solutions to all problems in the world. Especially to the problem of rooting out congress. lol[/h]
 
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