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  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 6 years ago


    <p>The intention of giving comparative figures of worshipping places vs schools is to highlight the impact of the religion in the Indian life. The religious activities are mostly based on the belief whereas the education gives us the power to set up a logic behind every happening. The blind faith in rituals leads to superstitions and for elimination of the superstitions, we need education. Secondly, worship place includes mosques, churches, gurudwaras and other set-ups too. In some of such set-ups, we find educational wings like madarsa etc. too which impart religious teachings only. Only religious teachings sometime make out fanatics who create problems for the followers of other religions as we are witnessing now. Here, lies the need of enhancing independent educational institutes where career oriented programmes can be carried out.<p>


  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 6 years ago


    mohan manohar
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    Absolutely, the need and importance of education can never be denied. Installation of quality education is the need of hour. Even if religious institution goes and carries on religion based education system still, they can widen the scope for modern education side by side. It is the truth and fact that one need to be emblem bed with modern education and professional education in order to stay ahead in the cut throat competitive environment.


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  • Re: Education vs Religion

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    rambabu
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    The basic purpose of education is to create skill and knowledge and awareness of  our glorious National heritage. Quality education should be the first word  if India wants to stand along with the Developed Nations.

     


  • Re: Education vs Religion

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    vijay
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    Vinod Kumar Gulati wrote:

    <p>The intention of giving comparative figures of worshipping places vs schools is to highlight the impact of the religion in the Indian life. The religious activities are mostly based on the belief whereas the education gives us the power to set up a logic behind every happening. The blind faith in rituals leads to superstitions and for elimination of the superstitions, we need education. Secondly, worship place includes mosques, churches, gurudwaras and other set-ups too. In some of such set-ups, we find educational wings like madarsa etc. too which impart religious teachings only. Only religious teachings sometime make out fanatics who create problems for the followers of other religions as we are witnessing now. Here, lies the need of enhancing independent educational institutes where career oriented programmes can be carried out.<p>

    Wish you were right. In India people get educated to learn a skill which will give them bread and butter. Otherwise almost all are as superstitious as the uneducated. Education has not made the desired dent. Even the Director of the Mars mission, before the Mangalyan launch held a pooja to boost chances of success. He apparently had more faith in it than his scientists and engineers (who also were praying) 

     


    Thank you said by: Vinod Kumar Gulati

  • Re: Education vs Religion

    by » 6 years ago


    rambabu
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    Director of the Mars Mission before the Mangalyan launch holding Pooja has hampered the Success of Mangalyan success ? What's wrong if the director holds a puja for the success of the mission . Had he wished success without doing any efforts, then that's wrong.

    Let's see the final output.

     


  • Re: Education vs Religion

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    usha manohar
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    Belief is personal and just because a person is educated does not mean that he or she is going to give up his beliefs in god or religion. As long as it does not stand in the way of progress it hardly matters what ones personal leanings are.this is where the so called rationalists of our country have failed to make any mark because they force their views on believers going to the extent of ridiculing peoples faith which is why they are in turn hated by the majority of people. This also goes to show that most of them have failed to gauge the majority feeling ! Education may alter ones lifestyle and beliefs to a certain extent but not completely because these beliefs binds a person to his family, community and place.


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Education vs Religion

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    vijay
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    Irrationalists will obviously hate rationalists. What is new about it. After all who likes to be shown a mirror about their superstitions. Nothing wrong in having rational beliefs. 


  • Re: Education vs Religion

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    rambabu
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    Ok. if yo want to be a rationalist, that's up to you. It's your right.

     


  • Re: Education vs Religion

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    usha manohar
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    People have right to their beliefs and a rationalist should not infringe on the beliefs and views of who he perceives as an irrationalist, however right or wrong he or she may be ...Let people have the freedom to decide for themselves instead of being constantly ridiculed about their faith and belief.


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Education vs Religion

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    rambabu
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    I agree with you. Rationalist doesn't have any right to force his ideas and thoughts on others whose beliefs are different from a Rationalist.

     


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