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  • wikipedia.org/wiki/Decline_of_Buddhism_in_the_Indian_subcontinent By hats off! - 6/11/2018 5:39:55 PM

  • Buddhism makes vegatarianism compulsory, for all irrepective of Profession and way of Living. Hence it is not possible for fisherman community to follow Buddhism.On that score they would abandon Buddhism.Buddhists unable to practice the teachings of Buddha fully,abandoned Buddhism.No Brahmin is responsible for that. By dr.A.Anburaj - 6/11/2018 1:58:48 AM

  • Instead of worrying about Brahmins and Dalits and lecturing them how about setting your own house in order and teaching your own folk some tolerance and acceptance.
    Aligarh Muslim University. Three students namely Omer Ghazi, Fahed Zuberi and Nasrah Ahmad, served a “Lifetime campus ban” notice for committing blasphemy by posting pictures of them drinking during Ramzan. All three of them are facing death threats.
    By indiewater - 6/11/2018 12:20:54 AM

  • Buddhism got reduced in the land of origins to the extent that it almost got extinguished, thanks to a virulent form of Brahmanism.
    Such an absolutely untrue statement trying to whitewash the moslem invaders. Buddhism was flourishing in India till 1100 AD when Ghori/Ghazni burnt down Taxila and Nalanda Buddhists universities where students from japan china sri lanka and south east asia studies. Buddhism was razed down by the same folks who razed down Bamiyan Buddhas in afghanistan. Do read a little more and dont give out JNU nonsense.
    And who killed the Sikh Gurus??? brahmins why do you not dare acknowledge the truth of the rulers of medieval times .
    By indiewater - 6/10/2018 11:54:15 PM

  • No one is there to Organise Hindus.If Hindus get Organised they could sit together and sort out and solve all problems facing the society.Muslims sit together after prayer at Mosque and resolve all Localproblems.A tamil Muslim attend Friday Namaz at Kashmir and gets a friendhip circle.He feel at home there. Similarly christians do.But Hindus do not sit together and give thought to the day today problems faced by fellow Hindus/next door neighbours.Even in next village a Hindus feels as strangers. RSS is working hard to organise Hindus who form 85% percent of our population.congress/communists/ samajwadi etc no one is thinking about HINDus .RSS is a nationalistic Hindu Organisation,which is vital for the welfare of Hindu society.Hindu scriptures promotes pluralism.RSS always promotes plularism. Mr.Mukerjee need not advise RSS men on that score.They know that very well. Mr.Mukerjee's visit to RSS camp is of any use.He must have exhorted all Hindus to join RSS.But Mukerjee is very careful about his words.Mr.Mukerjee's certificate is not essential for RSS. RSS would continue to grow and protect Hindu society and our National borders. Long live RSS. By dr.A.Anburaj - 6/10/2018 6:42:27 AM

  • Buddhism got reduced in the land of origins to the extent that it almost got extinguished, thanks to a virulent form of Brahmanism.
    Verysorry brother.You are mistaken and do not know Indian History at all.A branch of Hinduism founded by the spirit of admiration to the personality of Sri Gauthama Buddha flourished like anything. Hindu Buddhists had constructed tremendous service Oriented Missionary centres in all branches of knowledge and human activities like Education, Medicine . They excelled in social service. Because of their enriched life the status they had enjoyed was great.Vegetarianism and Ahimsa was taught across the length and breadth of the country. Even the life of an ant was very important to Hindu-Buddhist. Mr.Ambekgar categorrically states that  due to the invasion of Arab imperialims Buddhism was swept away from the soil of  India.
     Vegetarian was unable to meet the Meet eating Muslim at war.Swami vivekananda also says That " I have full respect for Buddha.But his teachings were responsible for the weakening of Military power -Khastriyas  which was responsible for defect India- India was unable to challenge the Invaders.
    By dr.A.Anburaj - 6/10/2018 6:30:02 AM

  • Pranab da's goal apparently was to stress the historical roots of India's diversity and pluralism without hitting any of the hot button issues of today. In this he, in my view, did succeed.
    By Ghulam Mohiyuddin - 6/9/2018 10:54:02 AM

  • Succinctly argued! Idea of composite nationalism is getting lost which is worrisome. Whose voices are being ignored are marginalised like Muslims and Dalits. 
    We have a long way to go...
    By Meera - 6/9/2018 3:34:17 AM

  • if anybody was dreaming that congress is a secular party, then it is time for them to wake up. By hats off! - 6/9/2018 3:20:16 AM