Judge's son and wife killed by his Bodygaurd(Precursor Evangelical Terror?)

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  1. Chatrapathi

    Chatrapathi Regular Member

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    If all religions are violent then WHY we see only TWO RELIGIONS EXPAND across the world not ALL!!
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    PS: i consider them as ME death cults.
     
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  2. Icarus

    Icarus Regular Member

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    Because those two religions had great conquerors, whereas other religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, etc. did not. Simple.
     
  3. Sourav Kumar

    Sourav Kumar Regular Member

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    Sanatan Dharma does not teach/ ask its followers to conquer other people's land and convert them. Sanatan Dharma only teaches to fight adharma. Bharat in its thousands of years of history did not attack any country outside its geographical boundaries. Political rivalries were there among Hindu kings of Bharata but the dharma/ religion was not the reason for that and "conversion" was out of scope.

    Whereas your other two religions teach/ ask its followers to convert actively and since they claim that their path is the only path, those two religions tend to grow mentality which would try to kill/loot other civilizations and conquer/ convert them.

    Simple.

    Also Alexander and Caesar were great conquerors. Their religions vanished from earth many years back.
     
  4. Coalmine

    Coalmine Regular Member

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    Wrong. Because Great Hindu leaders didnt have intention to disrupt normal lives of alien people
     
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    Violent peaceful Senior Member Senior Member

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    No, because those two "religions" are hateful dictatorial political movement which relies on brainwashing it's followers to the extent that they start loving death more than life. It's a FASCIST political ideology masking itself as "religion" taking a little spirituality here and there from their conquered or destroyed civilization.
    While others are actual religion who teach us to be good humans ,while your Abrahamic cults teach to be "good" Muslims or "good" Christian both of which are nightmares for idol worshipping kaafirrs.
     
  6. Icarus

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    Hindu kings fought each other all the time. They just didn't have the guts to leave the subcontinent and conquer Europe or Arabia. Let's just accept our weaknesses, shall we? Let's learn from history. Europeans and Muslims had the guts to explore and conquer. We didn't, period. That's why we are restricted to the subcontinent, whereas Muslims and Christians are spread throughout the world.
     
  7. Sourav Kumar

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    You don't know history. The Hindu/Buddhist kings did not have to invade other countries for Indian Civilization/ Knowledge to spread in countries as far as Japan in the east and Greece/ Rome/ Egypt in the west. That is the beauty and strength of Sanatan Dharma/ Indian Civilization. It does not invade and it does not have to invade. India historically produced 25% of GDP of world till "industrial revolution" revolution happened in the west and hence Indian Kings had no reason to invade other countries even for economic reasons.

    The "weakness" that you mentioned happened in last 1200-1300 years when Sanatan Dharma degraded in Bharat and Islam was becoming powerful. During that period, the weakened Bharat was invaded by virus from outside. Otherwise those barbarians would have inavded Bharat much earlier.

    Now coming to some History + Spirituality lessons. We Indians generally consider Chandragupta + Chanakaya as some sort of ideal on how to rule. But Rishi Aurobindo says that even the path followed by Chandragupta + Chanakya was not solidly founded on the principles of Dharma and hence they could not secure Bharat for long. So according to Rishi Aurobindo, the glory years of Sanatan Dharma and Indian Civilizations were even before Mayuryan empire was founded. That history is unfortunately not recorded as "history" since Indian did not believe in recording "history".

    And Indian thought and spirituality will again conquer the whole world without invading any country. It happened in the past and it will happen in future too.
     
  8. SREEKAR

    SREEKAR DEEP STATE Senior Member

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    When did it happen in past?
    I didn't get this line.
     
  9. SREEKAR

    SREEKAR DEEP STATE Senior Member

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    When did it happen in past?
    I didn't get this line.
     
  10. dhananjay1

    dhananjay1 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Bauddha ideology spread all over asia. Hindus established kingdoms all over south east asia. They didn't have to follow hate cults of the dead jew and insane arab to do that. You are not part of "we", taqiyya artist.
     
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  11. Sourav Kumar

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    "And Indian thought and spirituality will again conquer the whole world without invading any country. It happened in the past and it will happen in future too."

    Good tackle :) I made a mistake in the quoted sentence. In the past, Indian thought did not conquer "whole" world but a major part of civilized world of those days. Especially in Asia, Indian thought and culture deeply influenced China, Japan, South East Asian countries. Australia and USA were not civilized enough those days and even in England evolving apes were just hanging around on trees.

    Towards the west, Indian thought reached and influenced Greece/ Rome/ Egypt.

    Quoting from Swami Vivekananda:
    "Wherever there is any philosophy or rational thought, it owes something or other to Kapila. Pythagoras learnt it in India, and taught it in Greece. Later on Plato got an inkling of it; and still later the Gnostics carried the thought to Alexandria, and from there it came to Europe."

    Source:
    https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_...edanta_and_other_lectures/Sankhya_and_Vedanta

    Also much later when Bharat was colonized by the English, the Germans, English and Americans kept learning and stealing from Indian sources. Rajiv Malhotra has very good videos on that.
     
  12. Kshatriya87

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    Nope. Some are for human growth mentally, physically and spiritually.
     
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    Hindu & Buddhist kings were not great conquerors? Ashoka rings a bell? Vikramaditya maybe?

    Difference is between forceful and peaceful conversion. Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism have effectively stopped converting others. There are very few cases here.

    Whereas christianity still uses billions to convert people and islam uses terror.
     
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    Christian and islamic kings did not fight each other? They used to kill their own fathers and uncles for power.
     
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  16. Longewala

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    How many forced conversions from Islam did you see in the Maratha and Sikh empires?
     
  17. Longewala

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    Those hindu Kings often followed different religious sects within Hinduism.

    How often did they force their sect or beliefs on others or mass destruct the conquered land's temples?

    Mass murder, genocide or destroying others religious temples is not about guts. The Maratha, sikh, rajput and vijaynagaras had plenty of guts and tolerance, but the minority religions within their regions did not mysteriously vanish.
     
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  18. Icarus

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    True, but that didn't stop them from conquering the world. Hindu kings were content to merely fighting each other. 3000 years ago a young man from Macedonia wanted to conquer the world and almost succeeded. Look at his vision. Contrast this with Indian kings - did even one of them say I will conquer Arabia or Europe? Nope, they were content to built temples, worship cows, and fight petty temples. Not very different from the Hindus today.
     
  19. Icarus

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    @Sourav Kumar you are taking about soft power. I am talking about real power. Today India has soft power like yoga and bollywood, but China has hard power, real power. That's the difference.

    Can you name at least one Indian king who conquered even an inch of Europe or Arabia?
     
  20. Icarus

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    Can you name a Hindu king who conquered an inch of land in Europe or Arabia, an inch of land in the Americas?
     

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