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Seeking Closure On Ayodhya

R. Jagannathan in the DNA argues that in our blind efforts to demonise the Sangh parivar, we have ignored the real gains made by our polity:

Every society learns by making mistakes. It is one of the big ironies of life that we learn only after societies and individuals sometimes pay a horrendous price for it, but there's no getting away from it...

Hindus have realised the follies of narrow Hindutva only after 1992 and 2002; they know that it diminishes Hinduism and is something the country cannot afford. Through a painful process, Muslims have made their own discoveries: that sham secularism and placing trust in rabble-rousers can land them in the ditch...

Babri also served as a wakeup call for Muslims, who were till then willing to let obscurantist leaders and phony secularists lead them to a dead end

Read more at the DNA

Would that it were so!

Seeking Closure On Ayodhya
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R. Jagannathan in the DNA argues that in our blind efforts to demonise the Sangh parivar, we have ignored the real gains made by our polity:

Every society learns by making mistakes. It is one of the big ironies of life that we learn only after societies and individuals sometimes pay a horrendous price for it, but there's no getting away from it...

Hindus have realised the follies of narrow Hindutva only after 1992 and 2002; they know that it diminishes Hinduism and is something the country cannot afford. Through a painful process, Muslims have made their own discoveries: that sham secularism and placing trust in rabble-rousers can land them in the ditch...

Babri also served as a wakeup call for Muslims, who were till then willing to let obscurantist leaders and phony secularists lead them to a dead end

Read more at the DNA

Would that it were so!

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