A Postscript on Hinduism at Copenhagen

Inclusive, integrative, indiscriminate & pluralistic nature of Sanatana Dharma

I believe anyone who searches after truth is a Hindu. There is One and only God and One Truth. The very first book of Hindus named Rig Veda proclaim, “Ekam Sat, Viprah Bahudha Vadanti”. (There is only one truth; only men describe it in different ways). So a Jew or a Christian or a Moslem who is in search after truth is automatically a Hindu. There are about 1.5m Hindus in UK [including Jains, Buddhists & Sikhs]

As I replied on BBC The Big Question 23 August 2009 “Should religions tout for business?” & “Was Mother Teresa wrong in converting Hindus just before their death?” – inclusivity and non-proselytisation are mutually inter-dependent and respective. There is no need for a Hindu to convert anyone nor is it necessary for him to be converted.

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Filed under British Politics, Community cohesion, COP15 Conference, Diversity, Equality, Global Credibility, Hindu Human Rights, Inter-Faith, Race Realtions [Amendment] Act 2000, Social Justice

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