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Monday, May 16, 2005

3-day mourning for Pope, but for Swami Ranganathanandaji.....

Hosadigantha, Kannada Daily, Mangalore, May 16, 2005

When the Pope died, the Congress-led UPA government observed three-day national mourning, while even the predominantly Christian nations did not do it. But when Swami Ranganathanandaji, the President of the Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, attain Mahasamadhi, the government of India did not even remember to express mourning. This is unfortunate, felt the anguished Hindu organizations. As they pointed out, Swami Ranganathanandaji was like the second Vivekananda “who took the message of Hindu culture and spirituality across the world in a manner that earned appreciation, understanding and also a high level of respectability.”

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At 5/17/2005 11:34:00 PM, Blogger sandeep said...

i dont know who ur sir but let me tell u smthng it pains like hell when supporting a hindu cause is treated as
a shame and communal i myself am a hindu and all my life has maintained that hinduism is the only nationhood concept india can have, bcos all this definition of hinduism as religion is blasphemy as hinduism is more a concept of nationality in itself quite contrary to western philosophy which we quite assuredly flaunt these days.
would like to correspond with u more
my blog is www.o3.indiatimes.com/myanswers

 

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