Often a point of contention in religious debates, the idea of God manifesting in various forms is greatly misunderstood. There are some who believe that Hindus worship “330 million different gods” with Hindu verses taken out of context and misconstrued.
Muslims recited Quran while minority Hindus chanted hymns from Gita. They gathered on river Indus amid the country’s worst disastrous floods.
Salvation is the consummation, through grace, of a fundamental spiritual orientation; it is not the automatic reward granted for belonging to one community rather than another.
Do we help ourselves imitating celebrities or heroes in our scriptures?