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SOCIETY & CULTURE
societies - Wisdom and Challenges
SOUTH ASIAN FEATURE
the celebration of one year !
the-south-asian.com was a year old in July. This issue focuses on some of the previously published articles that reinforce the beliefs of the-south-asian.com
We take this opportunity to thank all our contributors who have provided the brick and mortar for the foundations of this journal.
South Asian thoughts ....
Look at the weavers,
delicate is their love,
they join every day,
and learn not to part.- Shah Latif (Sufi poet)
"...those who wallow in the past also learn how to hate and never move ahead or progress."
"Religion is only meant to make you a good human being – it is not meant to turn you into a fanatic" - Sunil Dutt (Film star, politician, social activist)
" Koi Bole Ram Ram koi Khudaee,
Koi sevay Gosainyan koi Allah "
Some call him Ram, some Khuda
Some say Gosain, some Allah.
(Guru Arjun Dev - Sri Guru Granth Sahib)
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