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News & Trends - Indian Society Lifestyle Standards

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<!--QuoteBegin-vishwas+Sep 27 2006, 02:42 PM-->QUOTE(vishwas @ Sep 27 2006, 02:42 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Thanks, Ravish!
Clearly, you have exerted a considerable amount of thought-effort in this matter. I would like to hear from you about what can be done to reverse the process.
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I dont think Ravish is suggesting any solution. From what I understand after reading his recent posts in various threads, one of the following is possible:

a) He loves Hindu traditions deeply, and therefore disappointed seeing the change in those.
b) He is not really concerned about tradition. His only point is "What are you guys talking about Hindu Rashtra and future? Hindu culture is decaying, rotting, and the process is irreversible."
c) He is a genuine thinker, but out of touch with reality.

Though, I wish the first one was true, it doesn't seem so. A self-admitted beef-eater would not love Hindu tradition. Then it is either 'b' or 'c'.

arre Veeren bhai. Our Captain saheb is only cheering. Dont get angry. Cheers. Yes I know you told me to not get into personal choice of eating etc. I will not. It is just that beef-eating is the Lkshman Rekha of a Hindu. Is paar or Us paar.
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