Religious Freedom from Hindu perspective

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  1. KS

    KS Bye bye DFI Veteran Member

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    Yes thats what i like about Hinduism. Even if i dont go to a temple by compulsion, i wont be considered a Kafir. And this is exactly what i fear about the Missionaries. The loss of freedom to be free. I seriously dont want my children to become religious nutcases. But converts become nutcases too often, infact more of a nut case than actual Christians. So please preserve Hinduism for preserving religious liberties.


    But unfortunately many Hindus are becoming religious nutcase because of a reaction to these conversions. They think the only way to stop it is to organise the religion. But as soon as Hinduism becomes an organised one, it will lose its liberal values. This is really giving me nightmares.
     
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    All missionary organizations should be banned from operating in India. This will have several benefits:

    1) Will prevent possible radicalisation of gullible villagers.
    2) Will help put an end to demographic fear-mongering by the right-wing.
    3) Will deny radical Hindu organizations a major reason to exist.
     
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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    This thread should be made sticky, so that foreigners may get a chance to see why we don't need missionaries here.
     

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