Monday, October 19, 2009

IIPM News - Hindutva - Life and afterlife

Hindutva is no politico-religious ideology though this fervour has been drummed up to capture votes. It is the way of life of the Indian subcontinent. It should be treated as such and not as any religion or faith. In fact, it is a loosely bound unit of mutually opposite and contrasting people. Some believe in God, some don’t. There are no laid down rules and strictures. It is a mixture of several ideologies and philosophies and constantly evolve over time. It was not started by the proclamation of one prophet, one messenger of God or a great soul. It has been nurtured by the mixture of scientific approaches, superstitions, progressive philosophies, irrelevant and relevant discussions and the soul of the Indian society.

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Source :
IIPM Editorial, 2009
An IIPM and Professor Arindam Chaudhuri (Renowned Management Guru and Economist) Initiative

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