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Religions in Globalizing India. Edition No. 1
VDM Publishing House, January 2012, Pages: 100
If India is to find its appointed place in the galaxy of developed nations, it must harness the energy of every Indian. Indians by nature are deeply religious. If the human energy is to be channelized in the right direction, then the Indian leadership needs to engage deliberately and constructively with all the religions that make its presence felt on the Indian landscape. This could build extreme pressure on the organizational set-ups of religions to reform, renew and rejuvenate their archaic rituals and dogmas to fulfill the high aspirations of their modern adherents. The author’s core concern is to re-discover the liberating and inclusive elements in various religions, stressing the need to adaptation to changing circumstances so as to create an inclusive and peaceful Indian nation, as it moves towards integrating itself with the globalizing world. The book is a must-read for all sensitive readers, especially students engaged in understanding the role of religions as extremism and fundamentalism in the name of religion is leaving scars all around the world.
geboren 1985 in Bruneck (Südtirol), Besuch der Pflichtschulen in St. Johann im Ahrntal, 2004 Matura am Humanistischen Gymnasium Bruneck, anschließend Lehramtsstudium in den Fächern Englisch und Geschichte, Sozialkunde, Politische Bildung an der Universität Innsbruck. Derzeit Lehrperson im Fach Englisch.