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Devi Hinduism’s founder, Vishnu Haji is not a Hindu, writes Sanjay Joshi



New York magazine’s cover features a Hindu woman, but not one of the most recognizable figures of the religion.

It’s a woman whose name is Devi Haji and whose writings are still available in book form.

The magazine’s editors chose Devi because they felt that her name was a familiar one, because her life was in the Indian tradition, and because she’s a person who has become well known, according to the editors, a tradition that includes the Dalai Lama.

Devi is also the daughter of Devanagari writer Gita Bharti.

The editors also included Devi Bhartiches essay, “Hinduism and its Values: On the Path to Secularity,” which argues that Hinduism is the only religious tradition that does not seek to make distinctions between people of different faiths.

She also wrote a piece about “the great Hindu saints,” which is a reference to Hindu gods such as Vishnu, Shiva, and Ramdev.

In that piece, she writes, “God created humanity, and God created humanity to be human beings.”

The magazine also included a feature on Devi’s son, a self-described atheist and the founder of the Bajrang Dal, a Hindu political party.

Devis son, Akshay, wrote in the magazine that his father had been a member of the Hindu nationalist group the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.

The Rashtriyas ideology, according the journal, was a “religious and political agenda” that would “reduce India’s cultural diversity and eventually, ultimately, its existence.”

The article mentions that Akshays father had also written a piece that was written by his son’s brother, Suryav, who has since died.

Suryabh, in his piece, also describes how he is now in the process of converting to Christianity.

He also says that he believes that “the future belongs to a future that is more peaceful, inclusive, and egalitarian.”

The essay ends with a list of “the major Hindu holy sites,” including Ganga, the holiest river in the Hindu religion.

In this article, the editors noted that Hindu mythology includes a story about a king who, according a Hindu myth, killed all of the gods, except Shiva, who remained.

Shiva was resurrected as a man, but the king, being of a lower caste, was able to kill him.

In the end, he had to become a human.

Devs son, Sushruta, wrote about his mother and her religion in a piece published in the journal Hindu.

Devijan, in an article in the same journal, said his mother’s religion was “Hindutva Hinduism.”

According to Devijans essay, he has been trying to convert his father to Christianity for about five years, and the two have been in contact through social media.

Devishya was a Hindu nationalist who became an atheist after he learned that he was not allowed to join a Hindu-only society, the article states.

Devias mother, Devi, was not in contact with him at first, according with Devi.

But when he saw a Christian flag in the window of his apartment, Devij was shocked, the piece says.

Devichan, who said he is an atheist, said that he also has a strong Christian identity.

He wrote in a post in the online journal of the Rashtra Samithi Mahasabha, a political party that is affiliated with the Bharatiya Janata Party, that his mother is a member.

The Hindu article also featured an interview with the late founder of India’s largest Hindu nationalist organization, the Bharat Samaj Party, Dr. G.K. Chaudhary.

In his interview, Chaudhinary, who died in 2018, said Devi was not a “true Hindu,” and said she believed that the name Vishnu is a translation of the name Hindu.

In an interview published by the Indian Express newspaper, Choudhary said that Devi had converted to Christianity and had become a Christian after becoming “radicalized” by Christianity.

“My mother was an activist,” Chaudhalary told the newspaper.

“She never had a religious problem, but she was always anti-Hindu.

She was a very vocal Hindu nationalist, and that’s why she was killed.”

ChaudHary, the editor of the Indian Times, also wrote that “she did not believe in the existence of God and believed in a transcendent creator who is beyond the confines of the material universe.”

The Hindu essay included a profile of Devi and her son, Devju, and included an article about Devi who was also a student at the University of Notre Dame.

It also included an essay by Devi titled “Why Hinduism?” which discussed the origins of Hinduism and what it means to be a

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