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Chapter25 - Conclusion

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Hindu Books > Introduction And References > What Every Hindu Ought To Know > Chapter25 - Conclusion


Though religions are many, the Religion is only one. It is the Religion of Man. Man is essentially divine and not a sinner. The goat of all religions is to help him realize his inner divinity.

Hence the Hindu has no quarrel with anybody. He concedes that there can be as many paths as there are persons. Ultimately, every man has his own religion. What suits one may not and need not suit another. That is why he shows a remarkable spirit, not only of tolerance but even positive respect, towards other faiths. What has gone on for thousands of years can go on for thousands of years more.

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