#Religion

Religious Evolution of Sindhi Hindu Diaspora

At the time of partition there were about 1.3 million Sindhi Hindus. Most migrated to India. This is a record…

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Where God dwelt

The Christian concept of heaven, so familiar today from popular depictions of clouds and haloed angels, was an invention. By…

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Truths, Not Myths, About Pakistan’s Founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah

In 1916, Jinnah declared that India was “not to be governed by Hindus, and … it [was] not to be…

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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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Cross-Border Contacts In South Asia: Why Privilege Religious Visitors Over Other Motivations?

When a non-believing, pork-eating, dignitary visits Pakistan he/she is received at the airport with honor. Clearly, this is a situation…

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Where lies the priority—Humanity or Religion?

Pakistan likes to call itself a “democratic republic”, and therefore shies away from actually judicially executing anyone for sacrilege —…

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Christianity’s route to Heavenly Citizenship…

Christianity absolutely has political implications, which include justice, mercy and dignity for all. By Nazarul Islam Denouncing Christian Nationalism is…

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Sindhi Civilization and Universality of Religions

We belong to a civilization of Sindh which flourished some 5000 to 8,000 years ago at a time when people…

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Our day’s unfulfilled transactions…

Geography and history together have divided us into several nations that will not tolerate intrusions or interference. We may preach…

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When truth sees itself in the mirror…

What is “self-evident”? Is it evidence looking at itself in the mirror?  Men are certainly not born equal in this…

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