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Old April 14th, 2015, 05:01 AM
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Re: How is buddhism similar to hinduism?

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Originally Posted by PeaceSeeker View Post
correct. during crisis these individuals change. but their religions do not.

the abramahic are 'different', crisis or not.

There are a lot like Jews and Mormons who have a strong glue. Coming back to Sardarjis, during my stay in Chandigarh, i could sense some condescending even before the Khalistan movement like one guy suggesting a Kabaddi betwen 'Sardars and Monas' and indirectly hinting that Sardars would win.

More than all the religions, Money is the strongest Glue. Why do you think Saudi rulers are still with Americans and vice versa. It is also why Sikhs, Hindus and Jains are together in Punjab despite all the differences, or quite a few silent Kashmiris would want ot be with India.
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