Creating an awareness for amity that overcomes negative perceptions is a great challenge for today's India.
The divisive-exclusionary versions of religions have to be ignored for the better of humanity.
Inception of new members into the Muslim community is not a likely reason. Neither is aversion to family planning.
How do we deal with a situation where divisiveness created by communal politics is ruling the roost?
Whether in India or Pakistan, communal historiography serves only the political agenda of religious nationalism.
Misconceptions such as 'Cow is Holy for Hindus: Muslims kill her!' have become a part of ‘social common sense’ in India.
Times in India are changing fast with the RSS progeny emboldened by a Modi-BJP government.