Religion is as bigoted or as liberal as one’s ability to interpret it

Durga Puja celebration in West Bengal, India Image courtesy: Reuters

I often get to hear that most of the problems the world is facing right now will be solved if we get rid of religion. No one can deny that a major chunk of unrests across the globe has its origin on some aspects regarding the idea of religion. In the eastern part of India we celebrate Durga Puja, a festival based on religious nuances, this time of the year. For someone…

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Budding scientist, finding my way through natural science. Writes about science, life.

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