Asian religions work to restore the Hitler-corrupted Swastika symbol.

Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism have all used the sign for millennia to symbolize peace and good fortune. Indigenous people all around the world have also utilized it extensively in a similar way.

The right-angle-bent equilateral cross, which has been revered for millennia in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism as a sacred sign of peace and good fortune, was also widely used by Indigenous people all across the world.



However, in the West, this sign is sometimes compared to Adolf Hitler's Hakenkreuz, also known as the hooked cross, which is a sign of hatred that conjures up the horrors of the Holocaust and Nazi Germany. White nationalists, neo-Nazi organizations, and vandals have all used the image of Hitler to incite fear and hatred.


The demand to restore the Swastika as a sacred sign has gotten stronger over the past ten years as the Asian diaspora has increased in North America. Elders from the Native American tribe, whose ancestors have traditionally utilized the symbol as part of healing rites, are joining these minority spiritual communities.

Deo feels that a sacred symbol shouldn't require her or people of other faiths to make a sacrifice or an apology just because it is frequently confused with a corrupted version of the symbol.

That is terrible to me, she declared.

Others, though, find it incomprehensible to consider that the Swastika might be redeemable.

According to Shelley Rood Wernick, managing director of the Jewish Federations of North America's Center for Holocaust Survivor Care, Holocaust survivors in particular risk re-traumatizing when they see the sign.

Wernick, whose grandparents met at a camp for refugees in Austria after World War II, noted that trauma is known for shattering a person's sense of security. The symbol known as the Swastika represented the idea of a whole people being destroyed.


Islamic Philosophy and Religion logical Inquiry and Philosophical Traditions

Islamic philosophy and theology are two of the foundations of Islamic civilization and thought. They blend reason with revelation to explore questions about existence, knowledge, and the nature of God. In this article, we focus on Kalam (Islamic theology) and the philosophical traditions initiated by Al-Farabi, Avicenna (Ibn Sina), and Averroes (Ibn Rushd). Such studies demonstrate an extensive tradition of rational inquiry within Islamic intellectual history.

Kalam: Religion of Islam And Logical AnalysisKalam is a discipline of Islamic theology that aims at offering rational explanations for its doctrines, reconciling religious beliefs with a philosophical inquiry as well as defending them against intellectual challenges from within or outside Islam.

Reconciliation between Reason and Revelation Kalam also known as “science speech” emerged out of early theological debates among Muslims over issues such as God’s attributes; and free vs determinism among others. Theologians were trying to find ways in which they could harmonize the truth revealed through Quranic texts (revelation) with what is dictated by human intellects or reasoning powers.

Empowerment of women in Islam, rights and misconception.

The debate about the status and role of women in Islam has been discussed over centuries, with limited understanding or misrepresentation. Islamic teaching, often taken out of context and misunderstood, constitutes a framework that emphasizes women’s dignity, rights, and empowerment. The article explores several dimensions of Muslim women including addressing stereotypes, delving into historical backgrounds as well as highlighting some guiding principles for gender relations within the Islamic faith.

Historical Context:It is crucial to consider the historical circumstances under which the teachings of Islam developed in order to understand how women are placed within it. In ancient Arabia prior to the rise of Islam, women were viewed merely as chattels who had neither rights nor freedom from various forms of oppression. The advent of Islam led to substantial changes in terms of the position of women in society at large. Women’s inherent worth and dignity were emphasized in both the Quran (the holy book) and Prophet Muhammad’s teachings that set forth radical revolutionary rights for them never before seen at their time.

Many people are mistaken in thinking that Islam does not give women rights. These rights include the right to learn, the right to get a job, the right to have property, and the right to be part of the society’s politics and economy. Because of this body of verse contained in Quran “And their lord has accepted of them and answered them ‘Never will I cause to be lost the work of [any] worker among you, whether male or female; you are of one another’” (Quran 3:195), it is made clear that men and women are equal in God’s eyes.

Empowerment and Rights:Many people are mistaken in thinking that Islam does not give women rights. These rights include the right to learn, the right to get a job, the right to have property, and the right to be part of the society’s politics and economy. Because of this body of verse contained in the Quran “And their lord has accepted of them and answered them ‘Never will I cause to be lost the work of [any] worker among you, whether male or female; you are of one another’” (Quran 3:195), it is made clear that men and women are equal in God’s eyes.

In Islam education is a very important thing; even Prophet Muhammad said both sexes should seek knowledge. Women have always been scholars, teachers, or contributors in different areas of learning since Islamic times.

This also gives them freedom and ensures they own property themselves. This includes inheriting wealth from parents as well as having control over their own finances. Moreover, Islamic law recognizes that consent must be given by women when entering into marriage hence forbidding forced marriages too.

पानीपत में देवी मंदिर

देवी मंदिर पानीपत शहर, हरियाणा, भारत में स्थित है। देवी मंदिर देवी दुर्गा को समर्पित है। मंदिर पानीपत शहर में बहुत प्रमुख है और बड़ी संख्या में पर्यटकों को आकर्षित करता है। मंदिर सूखे के तालाब के किनारे स्थित है और सूखे के तालाब को एक पार्क में बदल दिया गया था जहां बच्चे और वरिष्ठ नागरिक सुबह और शाम की सैर के लिए आते हैं।

पिरान कलियार दरगाह पर देश-विदेश से आने वाले तीर्थयात्री कम हो रहे हैं

एक तरफ जहां उत्तराखंड सरकार धार्मिक पर्यटन को बढ़ावा देने के दावे कर रही है, वहीं दूसरी तरफ विश्व प्रसिद्ध पिरान कलियार दरगाह सरकार की उदासीनता का शिकार है. ऐसा लगता है कि राज्य सरकार राज्य में पर्यटन को बढ़ावा देने के बड़े-बड़े दावे करने तक ही सीमित है।