Freshersgo is a free job portal to find IT, BPO, Software, Technical,
A Platform To Showcase And Sell Your Crafts & Clothing.
Fueling entrepreneurship, Accelerating innovation.
People who think that India is becoming an intolerant nation
must read this.
A liberal columnist and a thinker from Saudi Arabia, Khalaf
Al-Harbi whose views and objective columns on numer...
People who think that India is becoming an intolerant nation must read this.
A liberal columnist and a thinker from Saudi Arabia, Khalaf Al-Harbi whose views and objective columns on numerous issues are a big hit and widely discussed across the world, praises India describing it as the most tolerant nation in the whole world in the latest file Saudi Gazette.
In his file titled 'India - A country that rides elephants', Khalaf Al Harbi writes: In India, there are more than 100 religions and more than 100 languages. Yet, the people live in peace and harmony. All the Indians have joined hands to build a strong nation that can produce everything from a sewing needle to a rocket . He says that he feels bit jealous as he comes from a part of the of the world which has one religion and one language and yet there is killing everywhere. No matter how other countries speaks, India remains the oldest and the most important country to teach tolerance, peace and coexistence regardless of the religious, social, political or ethnical differences.
He says, In the minds of many the stereotypical picture of India is linked to poverty and backwardness which is totally a false picture which has nothing to do in reality.
He also tries to tell the Arab that diversity and beliefs are in the DNA of Indian culture. He writes, "India is one of the largest and oldest democracies in the world. It had never known huge differences in religions or races. The country does not dislike its poor people nor hate its rich citizens. It is a nation which is proud of Gandhi and the British colonialists at the same time."
He adds that Indian people are distinguished in many ways. They are great people. Nobody can deny this fact except the envious or the ungrateful.
The problem with Arabs during their trip to India is that they harm the Indians and remind them of their religious and ethical differences. The Arabs may be able to convince the Indians that their religious and racial disparities may be enough of reason to kill each other."
It is time the world knows about India, known to be a melting pot of cultures. What better is to be asked of a country that is so tolerant towards every religion and cultures you could ever think of.