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True Hindu spirit is coming out of the crowd

People find comfort in being a part of the crowd. They don’t want to be creative. Even if they have different thoughts from that of the society they subdue it. Coming out of the crowd means you are rebelling. Now, rebellion is a bad word for any society. The Hindu society is no exception. But this is not true Hindu character.Hinduism accepts change. It moves with time. It incorporates the finding of scientific world. But the mindset of majority of Hindus is not willing to change. This is because they want to be part of the crowd. They are ready to sacrifice their individuality to bask in the glory of honor and respect provided by the crowd.To achieve something, you have to break away from the collective mind. You have to tread new path. All discoveries and inventions of the world are the result of the moving away from collective thinking.A major problem in Hindu society is its caste system. Many people know that it is bad. But are unwilling to openly speak or work against it. These pe…

Hindu links for 9/27/2006

Hindu NewsHindu tradition and Mother DurgaDurga is tranquil and turbulent, serene and fierce, shoumya and Rudra at the same time. This is because Her all embracing motherliness makes Her intolerant of those that are inimically disposed of towards Her human and divine children.Hinduism’s last Change to Reform – 1"Hinduism' the name given to the practitioners of Indo-Aryans' Vedic Religion, also called as "Sanatan Dharm", is today stagnating in a fast moving geo-cultural world where Islam's unchecked expansionist moves compete with Christanity to gain respect, acceptability, and control on world economy.Hindu offerings too voluminous for tiny riversideFerry Point Park West lies just to the west of the WhitestoneBridge, along the bank of Westchester Creek, offering a serene locale that some local Hindus have begun using for riverside ceremonies.Last weekend, Poggi, along with 10 Girl Scouts and six Parks Department workers, picked up cloth, shoes and pie pans t…