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I am an atheist(not going in detail about that one), and I heard people say that "Hinduism accepts you no matter what". So that must mean I am a Hindu. Great. But here is the problem (other than being a paradox saying everyone is hindu), Pretty much NOONE accepts me >:). In my family, not hindu, in a temple, not let in. So on WHAT Vishnudamn terms(get it?...) does one say I am "accepted" as a Hindu by hindus unless acceptance means being rejected everywhere??? You are still judging me based on the terms on my belief.
EDIT: If rather I am supposed to be judged based on this, can someone provide me a couple verses from books most hindus agree on? The gheeta?
EDIT 2: This isn't a duplicate as I want a straight forward answer. The other discussion consists of reading through an entire chapter