What was Gandhi's conception about religion and how did it affect his political view? Gandhi believes in unison of human life. All life is one to him. Truth is the ultimate reality and individuals are sparks…
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Short essay on The Game of Cricket – Religion in India. Cricket is the national game of the English. Of all outdoor games, it requires the most of the skill for playing. It is played in India also and has got so much interest that it has even well said it is worshipped as a new religion of Indians.
Essay on the concept of Religion in modern world. Religion has lost much of its significance today; whether religion created out of some sort of necessity..
In the later Vedic period the religious conditions had undergone a change, some of the old beliefs and practices of the Rig Vedic period continued to be in vogue.
The Rig Vedic religion was very simple and the people worshipped various forces and phenomena of nature. Thus they worshipped sky, surya, human forms and bestowed them with human qualities. The various gods worshiped by the people during the Rig Vedic period can be classified into three categories:
Science and religion play undubious role in human life. Man has been instinctively religious since antiquity. Even after the discovery of Darwinism and successive scientific inventions, religion has still remained predominant.
Religion has been a part and parcel of human life since time immemorial. Religion represents a great system of human thought. Religion is the predominant influence over the conduct of our lives.
Science and religion represent two great systems of human thought. In modern times, science has set up its landmark, has invaded into our daily life. Even so, man has been fundamentally religious. Religion is the predominant influence over the conduct of human affairs.
This essay Science and Religion in a Changing World is an extract from God and the New Physics. In this essay, the author deeply examines the nature of Religion and Science.
He was indeed a poor boy from a backward caste in the erstwhile Travancore State (now part of the Kerala state) in pre independence India.