Economic Vulnerability & Conversion of Religion in India: An Analysis



Religious conversion has become the subject of passionate debate in contemporary India. From the early 20th century onwards, it has surfaced again and again in the political realm, in the media and in the courts. During the last few decades the dispute has attained a new climax in the plethora of newspapers, journals, and books whose pages have been devoted to the question of conversion. Apparently, a large group of Indians considers this to be an issue of crucial import to the future of their country. Generally Speaking, Religion is a system of faith and worship of supernatural force which ordains regulates and control the destiny of human kinds. The Merrian Webster Dictionary defined, Religion as an organized system of faith and worship, a personal set of religious belief and practice, a cause, principle or belief held to with faith and order. The Oxford Dictionary defined, Religion the belief in a super human controlling power, especially in personal God or Gods entitled to obedience and worship. Swami Vivekananda perceives religion as - it is based upon faith and belief and in most cases consist only of different sect of theories that is the reason why we find all religion quarreling with each other.

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