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Posted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 2:38 pm
by Zazaban
Thank you very much! :D

Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2007 11:50 pm
by FruccalFrilia
Yes, thank you.

Book available online: "Hinduism and the Bahai Faith&qu

Posted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 9:56 pm
by British_Bahai
Hi Niranjan, I thought this might interest you:

There is a book called "Hinduism and the Bahai Faith" and the author (Dr Moojan Momen) has kindly put it online.


Posted: Sat Feb 24, 2007 8:17 am
by British_Bahai
I only posted that a few hours ago (~4am UK time) so i wasnt expecting an instant reply... give the poor (wo)man a chance :elkgrin: LOL

Even if he doesnt return, that book will be handy to other Hindus on this forum

Im sure he's ok... [-o<

Posted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 5:59 am
by British_Bahai
richard wrote:Other than the questions surrounding Niranjan, i hope your stay here is fruitful for you. Some of your interests in your profile suggest you are light hearted and of good humor. As far as potential discussions go, what are the most important & compelling topics for you?
Im interested in reading about different religions and bridging the gap - showing them that all religions originate from the same source.

Including me, there are only 4 Bahais at my university and we have set up a Bahai Society (I think you Americans would call it a "Bahai campus association") and thats what our events are based on. The other students who attend it love it.

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 9:59 am
by British_Bahai
niranjan wrote:So let us all strive to be true lovers of God. The rest will come automatically...

Exactly. This is one of the Bahai beliefs. There is also a Bahai prayer which relates to this:
Love Me, that I may love thee.
If thou lovest Me not, My love can in
no wise reach thee.
Know this, O servant.

God is telling us that if we dont love Him, his love cant reach us.
You can read some more here:
IF you want to find the above prayer on the link i have given you, look at #5 from the top.

The Hidden Words are a set of Short prayers and each one focuses on the essence of spirituality.

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 10:09 am
by British_Bahai
Namaste, Niranjan ;-)

I forgot to mention, since youre in India, did you know that the Lotus temple in New Delhi is a Bahai house of worship, but its open to everyone - its for people of all religions and races.

Go there if you get the chance to... I wish i was there right now :(

(Do a Google Image search for "lotus temple new delhi" if you're not sure of what im talking about!) ... earchLotus