Ban conversions to protect Hindu Dharma, says Christian historian

“Ghar wapsi is not religious conversion. It is a measure of opening doors for those who left earlier from poorva dharma due to historical reasons. Article 25 of the Constitution is not a provision for a one-way traffic or of a non-return valve. In no way with this Article, the founding fathers of our Constitution thought of any sort of conversion. Their intention was the healthy coexistence of all cultures and religious groups. Conversion by brainwashing, coercion, allurement, incentives, etc. is cruel in cultural terms,” says Dr CI Issac, the Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) member.

The conversion is a criminal offence against humanity. The death of a religion means the total vanishing or death of a culture, civilization and knowledge system which generated by a religion through generations. ​

The lone Christian member in ICHR, Issac says, “The conversion is a criminal offence against humanity. The death of a religion means the total vanishing or death of a culture, civilization and knowledge system which generated by a religion through generations… We lost the Greeks, Mayans, Persians, Romans, etc like classical societies legacies. We missed Bamian rocks of Afghanistan. Nobody can retrieve the lost knowledge. They have a substantial, objective, and observationally demonstrated information framework, obtained through generations. We, as an enlightened society, are bound to secure all societies and their commitments appropriately.”

5 COMMENTS

  1. One should be free to choose any religion. A person’s life is more important than religion. Religion is a means to an end; it can never be the end. Religion can only be treated as a map to guide one through life. if the map is not good then change it.

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