by and large is a religion without limits. To worship Hindu gods in most Jain
households is a prevalent practice. On the eve of the Diwali (also pronounced
Deepavali) one would find a horde of replicas of Indian deities installed for
For a Hindu...
to worship Jaina deities is not common, but for a Jain family to
worship every Hindu deity is common.
a part of extensive and deep praying. Conducting Hindu rituals in
Jain families is not common but worship is.
scriptures dictate is not followed in Toto. In India it is the case
with every religion and faith. People of one religion respect all
other religions equally. If one born in a Jain family has more faith
in Hindu gods... none stops him from doing so. Every one is free
to do whatever ones will permits.
the contrary... a follower of Hindu religion may worship Jaina deities as one
desires. Nothing stops him from doing so. In the present times the feeling of
patience, persistence and perseverance practiced in Hinduism is at its peak. Everyone
is free to abide by ones will.
Hinduism it has been made aptly clear that all paths lead to the same goal. Whether
you follow the Hindu rituals or the Jaina doctrine... both lead to the same goal.
This becomes the governing factor for most people governed by Hinduism at large.
Hindu religion is not predatory by any means like many other religions in the
world. The prime reason why Hinduism by and large is a religion of dharma, compassion,
forgiveness and ahimsa!
Kumar "Atma Jnani"
Kumar... The Man who Realized God in 1993 on name of the Worshipping Hindu Gods.
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