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Re: Hindu Gods don't get angry

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Submitted by Dave (United States), Nov 23, 2014 at 20:17

You are quite right. Hindu Gods will not get angry whatever you do or say to them They are Gods, so do not have human emotions like anger, hate, greed etc. If you are interested, please read http://thehindugods.com to understand where the Hindu Gods came from what meaning each has.

Also you can read a comparison of Hinduism and Islam at http://hinduismexposed.org

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