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Are we are promoting “symbolism and double standards” ?

Since time immemorial, Indian land has always encouraged education and reasoning, and our aim is to boost India and INDIANS to be proud of their heritage

Are we are promoting “symbolism and double standards” ?



We got a few messages that we are promoting “symbolism and double standards” which doesn’t mean anything anymore…

In response to this WE would like to say-

India is a rich and diverse land and the only country in the world where a person, despite his personal faith, can go to any other place of worship. Where else will you find people paying their respects in a temple, gurudwara, church or a muslim shrine. Discrimination is more rampant outside of India than one cares to admit, but the sad truth is that India’s own media is hell-bent on only focusing on her negative aspects for their 5 seconds of fame and a bit of change in their pocket. Its a shame really as to how detrimental they are in boosting India’s pride and success. Other countries barely discuss their fallacies or showcase their dark side to the rest of the world.




Amidst the mad dash rush of the global village, India’s new generation is losing touch with its heritage, where many things were and are still beautiful. We cannot just trample over others in this Western civilization that we live in and forget our way of life before it is truly obliterated.

Since time immemorial, Indian land has always encouraged education and reasoning, and our aim is to boost India and INDIANS to be proud of their heritage – and this includes everyone INDIAN, non-indiscriminately between faith, creed and caste. We want them to understand the true meaning behind what truly makes up the country as it is, and not just emulate some empty, half-hearted rituals or teachings.

PLEASE LET US KNOW IF WE ARE ON THE RIGHT PATH AND ITS WORTH DOING WHAT WE ARE TRYING TO ACHIEVE HERE!

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