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There are a number or serious issues affecting Sanatana Hindu Dharma in its practice and promotion in western countries. Many schools and campus conversations reduce us to Monkey Worshippers( Hanuman reference) , Casteists – facists , or Mocking and misinforming about dharma. These are non hindu volunteers indoctrinating kids, youngsters and adults as well. Dharma Sansad will envisage one such topic every day , outlining its definition , process and steps to be taken by responsible parents to uphold practice of dharma among youngsters and adults alike.
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Interesting, and i think I know what your talking about, want to know more but your link appears to be malfunctioning.
I have been visiting your website for a while and I really enjoy your posts. I have a book that I would like to share with you. Luckily a version of it is available here: http://www.fixdisease.com/i_am_that.pdf however its powerful content almost requires you to buy the book physically. (http://www.amazon.co.uk/I-That-Talks-Nisargadatta-Maharaj/dp/8185300534/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1256665807&sr=8-1)
This book confirmed everything that I believed in as a western Hindu and has given me much deeper understanding of the spiritual nature of Self.
Please keep posting, your posts are very encouraging and interesting to read. Hinduism is so vast – you can read about it for several years and then a simple wordpress post teaches you something new.
Om Namah Shivaya
I love your blog. It took a sinner like me one step closer to GOD 🙂
Om Namah Shivay
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Found you through the WP forum…
Could I copy your complete “licence” text? Of course I will link to you and respect Hindu’s/ Hinduism. I’m looking forward to reading your blog, I’m very interested!
Thank you for asking, I am happy for you to use the complete license text.
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Hi, My question may seem unrelated to your actual page, although, I found I am really interested in your page….
My question is this….
You have a creative commons licence I really think this is a good idea but, I don’t understand what all the different URL’s are? PLEASE could you explain it to me?
Thank you so much and hugs your way.x.
The first important link is the link to the creative commons site:
This links to the legal; text that describes what you can do. Basically you can copy anything from this site to use non-commercially as long as you say where you got it from. This is the second important link, the link t my site:
This ,means that to say where you got it from quote this link. For example if you copied a picture or passage of text for something non-commercial like another blog you could say “originally from https://western-hindu.org/“ and then it would be legal.
I hope that explains things.
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