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Why Religion (Dharma) Of Indian Culture Is Important?

Why Religion (Dharma) Of Indian Culture Is Important?

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There is no doubt that the sages of our country have not tried to inculcate faith and trust in the minds of the people. Continuous efforts are being made to inculcate faith in religion since time immemorial. Ancient people understood the essence, importance, and impact of religion on life. It would not be unfair to call religion a discipline of life. Because by following it, a man not only does self-interest but also does the welfare of all mankind. Such behavior which is beneficial to adopt or adopt is called Dharma. Meaning of Religion (Dharma) A person who wears Dharma, who incorporates Dharma in his conduct, one who lives his life on the basis of religion is called a religious person. Religion makes a person duty-oriented, walks on the best path. Apart from this, religion...
Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya: A Legend In Indian History

Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya: A Legend In Indian History

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Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya’s name is notable among the brave sons who had a great contribution in freeing India from the chains of slavery. He was engaged in the service of the country throughout his life. Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya made pioneering contributions in all fields of education, religion, and politics. He is also called the priest of humanity. Personal details Madan Mohan Malaviya was born on 25 December 1861 in Prayag. His father’s name was Pandit Brajnath. He was a Sanskrit teacher. His mother’s name was Smt. Mona Devi. Madan Mohan was the fifth child of his parents. He was of sharp intellect since childhood. He was enrolled in a school run by Vidyavardhini Sabha. On the strength of his extraordinary talent, he soon made his mark in that school. A teacher name