Religion

France’s 1905 Law of Separation of Church and State

CHRISTIANITY WAS DESCRIBED AS A CONSTITUTIONAL ILLNESS THAT THE BOURGEOISIE HAD IN ITS BLOOD. By Stephen M Davis The 1905…

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Pakistan’s Forgotten Dalit Minority

There are 42 different Dalits castes in the country, the most numerous being Bhils, Meghwals, Odhs and Kohlis. Yoginder Sikand…

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History, Communal Narratives and Sectarian Politics

This politics draws heavily from history; rather it uses History as the major tool for spreading hate against the ‘other’…

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Siddha Hemachandra – A Great Indian Sage of Jainism

For writing the encyclopedia, Hemachandra had collected the historic manuscripts and literature from the ancient Sharda University of Kashmir. By…

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Hindus & Sikhs once were significant part of Afghanistan

Today many of Gurdwaras are damaged or locked, or usurped. These communities began fleeing to Canada, UK, Germany, Pakistan and…

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Navratri festivities to begin from Sep 26

The Sindhi community in India and around the world is all set to celebrate the Navratri. The festivities include fasting,…

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‘Man-made God’ defies traditions and encourages inclusivity

Named as ‘Man-made God, Prem Prakash Ashram’, it symbolizes the belief that religion should always be inclusive and personal. By…

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Society direly needs common platform of religious and secular leaders

“Our religious leadership must be acutely aware of secular trends, including those generated by this age of science and technology.…

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In ancient Punjab, religion was fluid, not watertight

Buddhism was very popular in Punjab during the Mauryan and post-Mauryan period. [Eminent historian Romila Thapar’s speech at the History…

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13 Little-Known Jewish Funeral Traditions

In Israel, it is not uncommon for the funeral to take place at night if that is the first possible…

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