God has one religion

Being an Indian is of great advantage… Apart from being the second most populous country in the world, we are perhaps the most tolerant, diverse and democratic country. We respect and have home for various religions and boast of a history rich in culture, bravado and mythology.

We have a sizeable population of various minorities and have a place for each to call home. Even the fact that we have often had ethnic violence somewhere lends belief to the fact that every community holds power in our country. And what really works for us is the freedom of speech.. We dont restrict anyone from forming and more importantly sharing their opinions.. Using this privilege i am free to explore every religion and form and share my opinions 🙂

I am from a place called valley of Gods and to be honest 74000 gods from the valley are a bit too much to research explore and follow, so i bow my head to all and sundry as a mark of respect. Many a times i have no clue as to which god i m praying to but i believe if the gratitude is sincere it will only add up. and gods are supposed to be kind .. right??

I loved history more than any other subject at school and when i was working, i had access to wikipedia and it used to be my favorite website to browse. I read a lot about Mahabharata and Ramayana n for me Karan and Ravan were the real unsung heroes. I also read a lot about Sikhism and am genuinely grateful for the sacrifices the community made. I read the bible in school and have no qualms with Jesus being the healer and at the same time Islam attracts me for the fanaticism it evokes.

I believe the essence of all religions is love and it is nowhere conveyed better than in songs of Sufism. Sufi music alone has the power to transcend religions and appeal to the consciousness of humans and coupled with selflessness of the poets over the centuries, provides us all an escape to spirituality.. a place where we are not calling god different names distinguished by our religion but try to be one with the universe.

I hope you like this song…



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