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Founder of Hinduism in America says goal of Hinduist movement is to ‘build a better America’



Former president of the Hindu American Foundation (HAF) Satyajit Ray, who was born in Michigan, told the New York Times that he wants to make America a better place.

In an interview with the Times, he said that he was inspired to pursue Hinduism by the success of his mother.

He said that his parents raised him to follow the Hindu faith, which is not a religion of any nation, but rather an amalgamation of many religions and philosophies.

Ray was born to an Indian mother and an American father in Michigan in 1964.

He moved to India in 1991 to attend the University of Michigan.

“When I was growing up, I realized that there was a lot of injustice in our country,” he told the Times.

“And I just saw that our country was being left behind.”

Ray said that the success he had in America helped him become a Hindu.

He described Hinduism as a religion that was not religious, but based on the idea that the best way to build a better world is through human interaction.

“I feel that a lot has been lost by our country because of the fact that our government is based on religion, and not on science or education,” he said.

“If I’m honest with you, I feel like there’s a lot more work that needs to be done to get our country back on track.”

Ray told the newspaper that his Hindu faith was not just an identity, but that it was an ideology. “

It is an idea that has been embraced in America for centuries.”

Ray told the newspaper that his Hindu faith was not just an identity, but that it was an ideology.

He added that he would be open to serving as president of a Hindu group in the United States if it would lead to more Hindus becoming elected to Congress.

“If we had more Hindu-American members in Congress, that would give me a real chance to start building a stronger relationship with the people in my community, to get more people elected to congress,” he added.

Ray told the Associated Press that he doesn’t believe in “white nationalism” and that he believes in the “inclusiveness of America.”

He said he believes that people are drawn to a country for a variety of reasons.

“People are attracted to places where they feel safe,” he explained.

“People are drawn by places that they can have an education and a job and a good life.”

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