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Then where is the problem?

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in response to reader comment: i am now Usha Kumari, formerly known as Salma Noor

Submitted by Dip (India), Sep 26, 2008 at 06:17

My reply is not for any religions sake.....

Once how Islam and Christianity grew ? How are Indian subcontinent Muslims and Christians created? They are simply converts of lower caste Hindus...deprived by the upper castes..

Now they are converting to Hinduism...then where is the problem? Even neo-Hindus have find a path to be Hindu...so they are doing ....where is wrong there?

Every body born as Hindu...By sunnat or baptism they take religions...

For your knowledge -----Hinduism is not a religion it is a collection of religions....

Submitting....

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