|RE: I have answered your questions about some of the ills of India already |
You have not addressed the great sin of castes, nor addressed the 5% Brahmin class that has dominated India. Nor have you addressed the continued plight of the untouchables, nor have you addressed how the Hindu religion addresses the plight of the untouchable. What would a good Hindu do to help them? Kharma demands that a good Hindu do nothing. Hindu love seems to be no less than to ignore those in need, lest you interfere with their Kharma, and yours. A Hindu holy person is one who is isolated and who denies themselves. A Christian holy person is one who feeds, clothes and cares for "the least of these". Note that there are Christians who belive that isolation and self-denial are the primary characteristics of Christian living, but the Bible refutes such thinking.
Also, would you care to estimate how many children and virgins have been sacrificed to Hindu gods over the last 1000 years?