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"I ask them, my friend, you are doing this, you are oppressing people, but it is written in the Upanishad that all people are the same."
Even at the tender age of seven, Rida Zehra, a blind Muslim girl appears to have more wisdom than many several times her age: it’s impressive enough that Zehra, without the use of Braille, knows and c...
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With the Mahabharata, the epic war between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, replete with narratives of strife and conflict as its essential background, the Bhagavad Gita's message to humanity in regard to the problem of hatred and intolerance in human society at large is quite relevant.
The Gita addresses a major challenge and sets out to resolve it in the course of its teachings. If we understood the nature of a major challenge and all its factors, it would help us figure out how to face them as we set out to resolve them.