Religion of GOD?? That's pretty weird. ‘coz people all over the country see GOD in different forms. It varies from humans in some part whereas objects in other parts who/which shows divine power; their action or commands which leads us in prosperous life. India is land of diversity. This diversity exists in all forms of cuisine and clothes and language and climate and ethnicity and so much more. A visit to India would definitely demand to taste the Prevalence of multi-religious and traditional transformation as you head from the crown Jammu (Jammu & Kashmir) to Kanyakumari(Southern tip).Being a democracy, people have the freedom to religion that led to Hindu, Islam, Christian, Buddhist, Sikh & Jain communities in majority. And this combined with the "Unity in Diversity" where people live together in harmony and peace is definitely an exquisite example for Pluralism.

                        Lord Ganesha, The Holy Cross , Buddha and Quran here depicts INDIVIDUAL BELIEFS. But TOGETHER they stand for GOD whose religion we interpret as we wish. But living irrespective of this difference, together in a mixed community, celebrating the festivals in oneness, sharing joy and tummy full of sweets and friendship in all other aspects.… the happiness you get , is something one should feel... Amidst the terrorists - "the inglorious bastards" & their assaults over religious discrimination in creating more boundaries, for those kind ones with love and passion for a united survival… I bow before you… and this much only : Respect!!!

 “United we stand…Divided we fall”

Sooraj Kumar.A.O
National Institute of Technology Calicut

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