Vanishing religions and languages

As a competition between different faith, we will certainly feel envious about Islam. However, as a state craft, I find it deplorable as these nomads are truly not nomads but have an inherent value system in their practice. When we convert them, irrespective of religion, to Christians, Buddhist, Muslims or any other faith, we essentially destroy and lose these value microsystem, enriched over time, to eternity.

Truly speaking, all dominant religions are indulging in proselytization and conversion. Barring exceptions, only Hindus haven’t done so, not as part of virtue but the varna sanstha has no place to accommodate a new entrant. Major conversions have been initiated by Christians ( last 4 centuries), Muslim (mostly before Christian conversion and the recent one being mass conversion to Buddhism.

Somehow, there is an irrational dominant perspective with man that his faith is supreme and the final emancipator of humanity. To be true, we dumb humans need humanoid Gods, his existence is truly sublime and beyond our human perception of humanoid cult. Irrespective, any faith, including the nomadic faith, offers a perspective of his existence, ethos and expectation of our responsibilities. Why destroy one and impose our? That’s so humanly and that’s so deplorable.

Indonesia’s Orang Rimba: Forced to renounce their faith
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-41981430


 

[10:14 PM, 10/26/2017] Heda Shashank: One of the most impressive work and a facet of India that makes us feel proud about its heterogeneity and one that creates an awareness on keeping it alive. Truly deserves a bharat ratna!

The man who ‘discovered’ 780 Indian languages
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-41718082

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