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India has geeta, Ramayan, Guru Granth Saahib, Bible and Quran. Sadly Indians follow none of them. They Read and see Playboy, penthouse and follow them ? WHY ?

Tags: india, relationships, indians
Asked by Rani Maa, 09 Jan '13 06:03 pm
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U are not right............. I have seen terrorists quoting holy books.
And the most cunning and corrupt politicians citing events from puranas.
By the way i dont see why compare these 2 sets of books. The very purpose of these two kinds of books are different. The satisfaction u set from one, u cant get from the other!
A Qn so hypocritical, superficial and absurd.
Answered by Shunmugham, 09 Jan '13 07:26 pm

 
  
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If you strongly believe in the God, you know that all these books are religious books. Indeed they all tell and teach us about the God. However, human insticts and intelligence does not require a book to know about the God, because God Himself reveals Him to him. Many are wise and spiritual not because they read these books or follow them, because that is impractical, and at the same time many who read and follow them are wickeds and antisocials. Thus, religious books do not make one a perfect human. It is love in him, loving others and being loved by others one becomes a human whom God created originally. Reading Playboy or any other like books will not make one pollutted. Human interest is diversified and therefore he seeks which interests him and this condition changes time to time. The God is happy if he seeks Him any time, earlier or later.
Answered by Eva John, 09 Jan '13 07:04 pm

 
  
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Coz so called secularist don't want to allow d good lesson to show on TV
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 09 Jan '13 10:19 pm

 
  
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You are absolutely right friend
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 09 Jan '13 06:37 pm

 
  
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Kitne gharo me ye kitaabe roz padi jati hai,
agar hum ye aadaten bachho me nahi daal paye,
to ye dosh kiska hai ? Janam lete hi bachha filmy dhun
sunta chala aata, to baad me usse ye kitabe padne ka mauka
hi nahi milta. Badlao ki zarurat hai Rani Maa...har koi ko apni soch badalni hogi.
Answered by Raju Seth, 09 Jan '13 06:26 pm

 
  
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Yog ki jagha bhog ne le li hai, abb to Playboy, TB6 n REN TV hi dekhenge.
Answered by SUNIDHI, 09 Jan '13 06:25 pm

 
  
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Only a few are like that.
Answered by anantharaman, 09 Jan '13 08:56 pm

 
  
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Not all
Answered by anil garg, 09 Jan '13 08:36 pm

 
  
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You are absolutely right. But I have found this to be a temporary phase and ultimately everyone comes back to accept these holy scriptures/books when they had enough of the glamourous reading materials!!!
Answered by Vishwanath V, 09 Jan '13 08:01 pm

 
  
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Despite all frantic efforts of the fanatics ,writings of those BOOKS are nothing more than full of teachings /preachings/morals etc. depicted in the form of varying RELIGIONS, written by series of the then SOCIAL REFORMERS, their depths, stints and values are gradually on the wane, in face of OVERWITHDRAWALS ON SO-CALLED MODERNISM.
Answered by Kanai Chakraberti, 09 Jan '13 07:14 pm

 
  
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