Tolerance is a two way street
1. The Hindus who stayed strong and continued to stay Hindus in spite of torture and lure of money to convert by Mughals and British respectively.
Are the second and third groups made up of foreigners living in India who spread hatred against the indigenous Sanatan Dharm culture born from Indian soil. Who want funding and support from foreign nations to maliciously tarnish India at every possible time?
Who want to impose imported ideologies and want to spread foreign habits left behind by invaders in India?
If a Deity has been discovered in India, shouldnt every Indian, living here, irrespective of their current religion, feel happy, celebrate and come forward to build a Mandir? How can there be so much allegiance to foreigners and call oneself a Indian at the same time.
Shouldn't the Arab nations not tell their Muslim followers that insulting Sanatan Dharm and simultaneously living in India is unacceptable?
Tolerance is a two way street. How wrong is it to insult Sanatan Dharm, go to court against our culture, desicrate our Murthis and then call oneself an Indian to get minority monetary benefits. Its hypocrisy.
How is it that upholding culture and traditions that arose from Bharat soil is only the onus of Hindus? Isn't it the collective responsibility of all, across communities.
True independence is not just physical. In the mind, we are yet to get freedom from the shackles of foreign invaders. more