“I want my children to follow our Hindu culture. But they say it is not applicable to the modern world. How can I explain it to them?”
“Everything about our Hindu practices appears confusing, complicated and contradicting. It cannot be practiced in the modern context and in the developed world…”
“I want to bring my child up in the path of Sanatan Dharma. In our country, the systems and life style are totally different. So how can I bring up my children according to Hinduism?”
-These are the gist of some letters, e-mails and messages that I get from lot of NRI parents, especially those who are working in non-democratic countries.
The only requisite to follow Sanatan Dharma is logical reasoning and scientific temperament. The very meaning of ‘Sanatan’ is eternal, natural and everlasting. ‘Dharma’ is law, duty and responsibility. There is no confusion or contradiction.
“The TRUE practice of our Dharma has nothing to do with time, age, place, space, culture, country and religion. It has nothing to do with caste, creed, colour, boundaries or ideologies. It can be practiced everywhere and anywhere, anytime” I used to reply to all.
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