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How to stop Hinduism’s growing power



Hinduism is a religion that claims to be the “heavenly and true religion of the Hindu people,” but it’s also a religion of violence.

As India prepares to celebrate its 150th birth anniversary this year, Hindu nationalists are trying to expand their influence by claiming that Hinduism has a monopoly on violence and that they are the only true Hindu.

The latest push comes from a small group of leaders who are using a new website called “Bharat India” to spread their version of Hinduism.

The site, created by the group Bharat Karni Hindu Parishad, claims that the Hindu religion is not based on the Bible but rather on “scientific theories and spiritual teachings.”

The group is also using a number of symbols and images to make their case.

One such symbol is the turban, a traditional headgear worn by Hindus, which is called a yama in Sanskrit.

“Bharti Airtel, our partner company for India, is a leading provider of high-speed broadband and has invested in Bharat India for over a decade,” said the group’s founder and CEO Sanjay Kanti Ghosh in a statement.

“Our investment was not just about creating a new internet platform, but also about a new generation of India’s digital citizens.”

Bharti Aero Group, India’s largest telecom provider, said it would be taking a “tangible and tangible” approach to Hinduism, calling it “the largest and most advanced Hindu religion in the world.”

The Bhartiyas and Bhartis have an estimated 10 million followers, but they are not allowed to hold any public office and are banned from participating in any political activity.

The group claims that there is a “totalitarian and extremist” Hindu majority in India that believes that Hindu deities are the true God, according to a report in the Hindu newspaper The Hindu.

“The Bharat-Hindu community is in a constant state of agitation and violence,” the report said.

“It has no faith in science and is ready to resort to violence in order to make its point.”

Bharat Hindu Parishads has been running its website for nearly two years, and has seen a surge in activity recently.

In March, it released a new video claiming that a new book entitled The Hindu Myth was an “open letter to the country” from an “Islamic extremist.”

The book, called the Hindu Myth: The Complete Text of the Indian Religion, was written by an “American academic,” which is also the name of the book’s publisher.

In the video, the group claimed that the book is the work of an “international Muslim terrorist organization.”

The video also claims that “the book is an attack on Hindus and Hindus only.”

According to the Hindustan Times, the Bharat Hindustani Congress, the largest Hindu nationalist group in India, also posted a video on its Facebook page titled “The Book of the Hindus” on March 12, and called the video “fake.”

“BHPC, which had called for the ban of the video on social media, has now taken the matter into its own hands, which has led to the arrest of a few people,” Bhartiya Bharatiya Parishad spokesperson Rajesh Kumar told The Huffington Post.

“We have already started an investigation into the authenticity of the information on the video and are planning to take it up with the courts,” he added.

The Bharat Indian Council, a major Hindu nationalist organisation, also took the matter in its own stride, saying in a Facebook post that it has “no knowledge” of the authenticity or veracity of the videos on the group.

“This is a conspiracy by an international terrorist organization to smear and denigrate the Hindu faith and the religion of India,” it said.

The website, Bharat Airtell, is being touted as an “in-depth knowledge base” for those who want to know more about Hinduism and its followers.

The video claims that India is “the only true home of the Brahmanic race,” and says that “Hinduism is the only religion that has not been tampered with.”

Bhathis, who have been banned from holding any public position in India for decades, are often seen as a dangerous group, but there is no evidence that the group has killed anyone in the past.

According to The Hindu, the “Bhagwan Singh” of India, a leader of the Bharatiyas, died in 2013.

“Hindus were a persecuted minority, and have always been persecuted, persecuted, and they never will be again,” Bhathish Kalra, the Indian Union minister of state for home affairs, told HuffPost India.

“I do not think that the Bharathis will be successful in their attempt to take over India,” Kalra added.

“They have not succeeded in their campaign against Hindus.”

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