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I think our political parties lackadaisical attitudes are the main reasons Communal disharmony and conflicts among religious factions in India in the name of secularism ,they camouflage their keenness for vote bank What is your view ?

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 26 Oct '10 12:31 pm
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We have communal disharmony because we don't have national values in our homes, only religious values. When we bring up kids we impart religious values to them, not nationalist values. So if each religion believes his is the best and there's a billion people believing the same thing, things are bound to get ugly.

Those politicians too come from Indian homes na?

The issue is w/ how INDIAN HOMES impart morals and ethics 2 their kids.

To be moral in India u should b a sober individuals w/o habit instead of beign a nationalist.

In modern Indian value systems, a sober individual who is communal but has no vices is considered "better" than a drunk who'se a nationalist.

Nationalism is given VERY low priority in Indian homes. That's why we have communal disharmony.
Answered by A Moin, 26 Oct '10 12:34 pm

 
  
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Abs true,no doubts about it.
Answered by prabir sanyal, 26 Oct '10 12:32 pm

 
  
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