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Don't leak traditional secrets

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in response to reader comment: The term 'Hindu Humanist' is an oxymoron

Submitted by Rama Z Zutshi (India), Feb 13, 2009 at 22:56

Pamodha, I agree with what you are saying. You seem to be having good knowledge of hinduism. But please do not leak these closely guarded secrets of Hinduism. Do you know that there are many westerners converting to hinduism every year for acheiving true peace? They will feel bad and so will all the hindus who read your comments on hinduism. Your comments may be true, but they hurt hindus.

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