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Old April 13th, 2015, 05:26 AM
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Re: How is buddhism similar to hinduism?

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Originally Posted by PeaceSeeker View Post
What are you implying from the first line, I did not get it.
Sikhism is an Indian Religion and is related to Hinduism in the way that Christianity is to Judaism. Guru Nanak was born a Hindu

And if you opened any newspaper or followed TV news, every day in the 80s, there was an incident from Punjab. Either some bus was hijacked and all the Hindu passengers shot down, or there was a bomb blast somewhere. In fact people used to stay away from any Sardarji with a Suitcase. And then there was this Kanishka Tragedy where a full Boeing Flight went down into Atlantic.

It is only towards the later half of 80s that we used to hear Terrorists getting gunned down. It was a great and now forgotten achievement that the duo of Beant Singh and KPS Gill managed to end this in 2 years.

And what were you saying? There is no Chaos from any Religions born out of Hinduism.
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