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Other Religions-Which are different from Hinduism.

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You can call someone Hindu if - He/She believes in Karma theory. He/She derives his philosophy from Vedas or Āgamas (revelations). See, it is not necessary whether he/she have read scriptures or no …
answered May 30 '17 by Mr. Sigma.
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SanyAsa is not someone's monopoly and it is completely private. It is not dogmatic. It become dogmatic only when the SanyAsa is forced upon oneself by oneself. The Supreme Divine Personality said …
answered Apr 25 '18 by Mr. Sigma.
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Following verses by Lord Shiva can be considered as the earliest works where he is criticising Mleccha(foreign) religions/philosophies as it was claimed to say at the commencement of Kaliyuga. From th …
answered Apr 2 '18 by Mr. Sigma.