In Bhaarat all people born were Hindus since time immemorial. They have Vedic seed within them. It will continue to be and thrive therein. Even if some of their descendants claim to be 'other than Hindus' and continue to stay in Bhaarat, they ARE HINDUS. There is no difference between them and others that call themselves 'Hindus'. Their culture is same (even though of diverse nature, Bhaarateey Culture. Bhaarateey and Hindu are mutually transferable adjectives.
On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 7:47 AM, xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
TO BE HINDU IS NOT COMMUNAL –
RAM JETHMALANI – (QUESTION: "WHY WERE YOU FORCED OUT OF YOUR LAND OF BIRTH WHEN IT WENT COMMUNAL PAKISTAN IN 1947?
"DID YOU NOT GRASP THAT "HINDU SECULARISM BEFORE MUSLIM COMMUNALISM IS AS EFFECTIVE AS MUD, WHEN THE HINDUS HAD TO FLEE ONE THIRD OF INDIA, THEIR LAND OF BIRTH, IN 1947?)
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