freedom of praying the god of your choice given by hindu relegion


i liked the language of following paragraph. where freedom in hindu relegion is butifully written.

that is why i added this to my blog.

there are many verses in sri gita , which also gives the freedom to all relegion people.
one of them is chapter no. 9 verse no. 23

Chapter 9, Verse 23. 
Whatever a man may sacrifice to other gods, O son of Kunti, is really meant for Me alone, but it is offered without true understanding.

that clearly shows, that the god of hindus himself  have given permission to pray any god of our choice.

ashok gupta


@Y: Theoretically yes, because 

Hinduism represents a code of conduct and system that has spiritual freedom as its core. It's not like Christianity or Islam. Any spiritual vision that accepts the spiritual freedom of others may be considered part of Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism).

But practically Hinduism is not really that big outside of India, because Hindus don't allow others into the Hindu faith even if many New-Age followers are leaning towards Hindu philosophy and use much of its beliefs in what it practices, hence that is why many followers call Hinduism a universal religion. But we don't care too much numbers, we look at the essence, that's the most important aspect.
2 days ago
@Divyanka: I'm sorry, I didn't explain myself well... Hinduism don't allow others into the Hindu creed through the forced conversion. That's what I would say too and I regret you could have misunderstood my thoughts. Thanks for answering.


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