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Jack and Jill went up to the Hill to fetch bucket full of water is secular; but if we say Rama and his friend Krishna went to river to fetch a bucket full of water is communal and suffronising the education according to some Christian group/Secularists(ie Anti Hindus) and Italian Sonia's Congi!! in Karnataka!

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Asked by SREENIVAS, 13 Jan '13 11:23 am
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Jack & Jill means aiera gaira......not not Christ......where as Rama & Krishna represents Hindu gods.....
Answered by Rahee, 13 Jan '13 11:30 am

 
  
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It has been established, many times over, that Hindus are surrounded by hostile forces (such as the ones mentioned by you). We have to accept this fact and learn to face them and move on with life.
No one can deny a basic ground reality that, irrespective of whatever religion one might belong to, all humans have the same needs, aspirations, fears, etc. A person would do activities which fetch him material results. Non-material religious ideology comes later
It is not uncommon to see non Hindus performing yagna, practicing yoga, making trips to Shirdi and visiting various god-men. Any person would do such things only if he is getting some benefits out of it
Answered by Vikram, 13 Jan '13 12:20 pm

 
  
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If it is saffronising, then, jack and jill is christening; the whole country is either has become so, or '' without choti men'' are become islamik, giving them food on their day of Fasts
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 13 Jan '13 11:35 am

 
  
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You are absolutely right, sir its the position in India, where secularism means appeasement
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 13 Jan '13 11:25 am

 
  
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For Congressmen of India, a Secularist is one who is anti majority and pro minority. Nowhere else in the world, the word 'Secularism' is as badly understood as in India. Vote Bank politic has changed the meaning of Secularism here by our so called 'Secular' parties.
Answered by kishore malhotra, 13 Jan '13 11:38 am

 
  
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Who are anti Hindus
Answered by DNA, 13 Jan '13 11:29 am

 
  
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