Indians to show China how ‘Falun Gong’ should be treated
Indians know the relevance of spirituality, and spiritual teachings and practices. The framers of our constitution deserve appreciation for their effort to give freedom to all citizens to follow their religious and spiritual practices. Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism, Christianity, Islamism, Sufism and many other religious and spiritual doctrines have contributed several practices and teachings, making our country rich in terms of the spiritual knowledge which many countries still lacks. While analysing the latest developments, it is apparent that a spiritual revolution is taking place in our country: the people are now trying to explore the practices and teachings of all kinds of doctrines, breaking the wall created around the doctrines which their community or parents believe. As a result of this revolution, some practices have been evolved as a universal practice. Yoga is one of the spiritual practices that have successfully broken the religious boundaries and has gotten into the hearts of almost every person irrespective of their religion, colour, caste or gender. Do our neighbours give as much importance to the spirituality as we give? India and China are the leaders of the South Asian region. Does Beijing protect the spiritual practices? Observers ask had they do so the Falun Gong, the Chinese spiritual practice, might have been in the daily routine of many Chinese citizens. It seems that Indians are not going to let China eliminate the spiritual practices and teachings and persecute those Chinese citizens who are practising it. On July 15, the Falun Dafa Association of India is going to celebrate the Falun Gong, denouncing the Chinese government’s move to persecute all people who practice this spiritual practice, which helps to develop and nourish ‘Truth’, ‘Compassion’ and ‘Tolerance’.
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