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Why I Am A Hindu - critical summary review

Why I Am A Hindu Critical summary review
History & Philosophy and Spirituality & Mindfulness
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Hinduism can be best described as flexible in terms of how people can practice their faith while not necessarily conforming to a prewritten set of beliefs, rules, and modes of conduct. In “Why I Am a Hindu,” Shashi Tharoor explains the basic concepts of Hinduism against the historical misuse rooted in caste-based oppression for political gain and manipulation.

Who wrote the book?

Shashi Tharoor is a former diplomat and writer who is currently serving as a member of Parliament in India. Runner-up in the 2006 United Nations selection for secretary-general, his articles are available in outlets such as Time and Newsweek magazines, The Washington Post, an... (Read more)