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          After India, Bhutan too may give China BRI meet a miss      Comment   Translate Page      
While India has rejected China's invite for Belt and Road Forum meet, most of its neighbours including the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh have confirmed participation in the event. Diplomatic sources here said Bhutan is unlikely to attend the BRI Forum meet.
          If Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s Bid to Renounce his US Citizenshp is Delayed Due to the Lawsuits Filed Against him in the US, the Ex-Defence Secretary Wont be Able to Contest 2019 Presidential Elections.      Comment   Translate Page      
Former Defence Secretary and presidential aspirant Gotabaya Rajapaksa landed in Colombo on Friday to a jubilant welcome from supporters eager to buttress his spirits as his criminal proceedings in Sri Lanka have been compounded with a lawsuit filed in the United States alleging his complicity in the extra-judicial killing of his old nemesis Lasantha Wickrematunge, ...

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          Gotabaya Told a Sinhala Weekly “If Lasantha’s daughter wants to know who his murderers are,ask her to come to Sri Lanka and meet me. I will tell her what happened.” Now Ahimsa Wickrematunge Wants Gota to Tell her What he Knows in a US Court of Law      Comment   Translate Page      
BY DHATHUSENA YAHAPALANA (A PARALEGAL APPRENTICE) According to news reports, former Defence Secretary and Presidential aspirant Gotabaya Rajapaksa is facing two civil suits in separate cases linked to events in Sri Lanka during his term in office in the US federal district court in California. One is a suit filed by Ahimsa Wickrematunge who is ...

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          Former Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa Embroiled in Several Court Cases in Sri Lanka Now Faces Fresh Legal Battles in the USA After Two Separate Civil Law Suits Were Filed Against him In the District Court of California.      Comment   Translate Page      
By Manoj Colombage Gotabaya Rajapaksa, arguably once Sri Lanka’s most powerful man, faces legal battles in two countries after separate civil lawsuits were reportedly filed in the United States of America last week for allegedly instigating torture and extra judicial killing during his tenure as Defence Secretary. The fresh legal trouble followed Gotabaya Rajapaksa to ...

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          Gotabaya Rajapaksa Brother of Sri Lankan ex-President Mahinda Rajapaksa Sued in a US Court Over Alleged Torture and killing During the Period he Served as Defence Secretary -The Guardian.      Comment   Translate Page      
The brother of the former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa is being sued in a US court over alleged extrajudicial killing and torture, by the same lawyers who successfully brought a civil suit against the Syrian government for the killing of the Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin. Gotabaya Rajapaksa was Sri Lanka’s defence secretary during ...

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          Sri Lanka Travel Guide: Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant Shopping Highlights      Comment   Translate Page      

Sri Lanka sits in the Indian Ocean just off the southern tip of India. Known as the teardrop of India given its shape and position, Sri Lanka is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Indian subcontinent. With stunning beach resorts, multiple World Heritage sites, historical towns and a diverse culture, this island nation has much to offer to the visitor year round. Introduction to Sri Lanka - Overview - Culture - Location & Orientation - Climate & When to Visit - Sightseeing Highlights - Colombo - Colombo National Museum - Polonnaruwa - Kandy - Temple of the Sacred Tooth - Galle - Kalutara Bodhiya Temple - Galle Fort - Japanese Peace Pagoda - Anuradhapura - Batticaloa - Sinharaja Forest Reserve - Yala National Park - Adam s Peak - Beaches of Sri Lanka - Recommendations for the Budget Traveler - Places to Stay - Renuka City Hotel - Topaz Beach Hotel - Ranjit s Ambalama - Grand Ella Motel - Milano Tourist Rest - Places to Eat & Drink - Semondu - Taprobane at Cinnamon Grand - Royal Thai - The Honeypot - Crepe-ology - Places to Shop - Dutch Hospital of Colombo Shopping Mall - Barefoot - Laksala - Orchid House - Jayamali Batiks Studio
          Sri Lankan illegal migrants arrested in Turkey      Comment   Translate Page      
(MENAFN - Colombo Gazette) A total of 558 irregular migrants were held across Turkey on Friday, the Anadolu Agency reported. Security personnel spotted groups of migrants in wester...
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KAKUL: President of Pakistan Dr Arif Alvi attended the Passing out parade held at Pakistan Military Academy Kakul with the Cadets of 139th PMA Long Course, 9th Mujahid Course, 58th Integrated Course and 14th Lady Cadet Course passed out on completion of training. Cadets from Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka are also among passed out […]

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          SAARC Film Festival ’19 held in Sri Lanka      Comment   Translate Page      
Culture Desk SAARC Cultural Centre will be holding the SAARC Film Festival for the 9th consecutive year in 2019 in Sri Lanka. The SAARC Film Festival has built a reputation as being a very important platform and focal point for the promotion, celebration and enjoyment of some of the best films from the SAARC Region. [...]
          France : un navire de 120 migrants intercepté à La Réunion      Comment   Translate Page      
Un navire avec environ 120 personnes à bord a été intercepté samedi à Sainte-Rose, la côte est de la Réunion. « Il reste des vérifications à faire, mais les personnes arriveraient du Sri Lanka et elles auraient la nationalité de ce pays », a une source administrative. Si la nationalité des passagers était confirmée, il […]
          Four arrested in terror probe after arriving at UK airport      Comment   Translate Page      
Four men have been arrested on suspicion of belonging to a banned extremist organisation after arriving in the UK from Sri Lanka, police have said.
          Opinion: Will wrist spin win the World Cup?      Comment   Translate Page      

Will wrist spin win the World Cup?Since the last World Cup in 2015, four of the top six ODI wicket-takers have been wrist spinners - and each of them are well-placed to be influential in the 2019 tournament.

Adil Rashid of England leads that wicket-taking list with 125 scalps in 78 ODIs, followed by Rashid Khan of Afghanistan. The Proteas' Imran Tahir is fifth, while India's Kuldeep Yadav is sixth.

Adil's exile from the Test team has led him to hone his white-ball skills - and he is a vital member of an England side that will have to cope with the tag of favourites at the 2019 World Cup.

Every team in world cricket has sought their own wrist-spinning option, deployed to get their skipper those critical middle-over wickets that can turn an ODI contest on its head. The role has been pioneered in some ways by Tahir, but arguably the best of the bunch is Afghanistan's Khan.

Afghanistan start the tournament as rank outsiders but the leg-spinner, who bowls more googlies than leg-breaks, could give the fledgeling full member of the International Cricket Council the ability to surprise some of the big boys.

India's Kuldeep operates alongside leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal in a spin pairing that is the envy of world cricket. The left-arm wrist spinner has been the cause of big challenges for opposition batsmen - and he is one of the hardest bowlers in world cricket for batsmen to pick.

The potential spanner in the works for the wrist spinners could be the pitches in England and Wales, which are expected to be prepared with high-scoring contests in mind. Curators will operate under the instructions of the ICC, rather than their home board, for the duration of the tournament.

A willingness to attack a wrist spinner has been many batsmen's downfall through the years, though, and men like Tahir and Rashid have shown a willingness to get taken for a few in the name of making a breakthrough.

The best in the spinning game can have an impact on the contest even when the surface isn't playing along. A good wrist spinner could be the key to unlocking the door to World Cup success - and all the top teams will bring at least one to the party.

It would be a surprise if Adam Zampa wasn't picked in Australia's squad, while New Zealand have already named leg-spinner Ish Sodhi in their 15-man squad. The Proteas should take Tahir to a World Cup that will be his ODI swansong along with left-arm wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi.

Pakistan get a little extra mileage out of Shadab Khan, who has grown into a useful lower-order batsman as well as being a great leg-spinner.

Sri Lanka's mystery spinner Akila Dananjaya deploys some wrist-spin variations and is among the spinners pioneering a new approach to slow bowling. India Test stalwart Ravichandran Ashwin has even added a leg-break to his repertoire.

In an environment that is expected to favour batsmen, world-class leg-spinners could be the edge a team needs to propel them to the World Cup trophy.

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           Comment on Gotabaya Rajapaksa dubs court cases filed in US as politically motivated by Dilrook       Comment   Translate Page      
If GR contests, he wins. There is no doubt about that. Strangely he has used his American passport to travel to USA recently. That means he has not handed it over on March 19 when he applied to revoke his US citizenship. This further delays it. Without the US passport he will be treated as any other Sri Lankan by the police and the authorities. It will badly affect him in getting anticipatory bail and facing remand custody (and the conditions in prison). Another question is does he regain Sri Lankan citizenship automatically? He was given Sri Lankan (dual) citizenship based on his US citizenship. Once that is revoked, his Sri Lankan citizenship many also fall and he may need to apply for it. Hopefully he seeks proper legal advice, not lousy advice from politically motivated or incompetent people. Otherwise his dream of becoming president will shatter for good.
          Chinese Investments: Malaysia Dares Something Sri Lanka, Pakistan, And Philippines Didn't      Comment   Translate Page      
Many of China’s overseas infrastructure projects aren’t economically viable. They are built at inflated costs. And leave countries involved heavily indebted to Beijing.
          RBC: Cinco obras del comunistas en audio.      Comment   Translate Page      
RBC con el fin de adoptar las últimas tecnologías como arma de lucha contra el fascismo y el revisionismo ha decidido hacer difusión de algunos libros y/o obras comunistas destacadas en un nuevo formato: los audiolibros. Puesto que la difusión de las ideas del socialismo y la lucha ideológica debe realizarse en diferentes frentes y formas, sin descartarse ninguna.
Publicamos a continuación cinco audiolibros (clicad en los enlaces de debajo de las imágenes para acceder al audio):
  • Stalin escrito por Eugenio Gómez, obra comunista destacada en el movimiento comunista internacional por ser una de las primeras que denunció las calumnias contra Stalin y el triunfó de los revisionistas en la URSS con Nikita Kruschev a la cabeza. La línea de los seguidores de la vía del capitalismo tomo el poder en la URSS como en la gran mayoría de los partidos comunistas del mundo.

  • Una visión marxista de la historia de Ceilán, libro escrito por el líder antirevisionista de Sri Lanka N. Shanmugathasan. Traducido del inglés al castellano hace unos años por la Red de Blogs Comunistas.
  • Cuento del Pequeño Pez Negro de Samad Behrangi, cuento escrito por un profesor iraní comunista para mostrar a los niños la necesidad de la revolución y de tener un pensamiento crítico con las leyes establecidas en la sociedad.
  • Naxalbari, cincuenta años del trueno de primavera. Documento del Periódico de Revolución Obrera (Colombia) que narra el nacimiento y expansión de la Revolución Naxalita en la India, así como recoge algunos textos de los líderes naxalitas.
  • ¿Trotskysmo o leninismo? Discurso de Stalin de 1924 que clarifica que es el trotskismo y su carácter antimarxista-leninista. Publicado por el Partido Comunista (Marxista-Leninista) de Panamá.

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          IISD/ENB @ CITES CoP 18 | 23 May - 3 Jun | Colombo      Comment   Translate Page      
IISD Reporting Services, through its Earth Negotiations Bulletin (ENB) Meeting Coverage, will cover the 18th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES CoP18), from 23 May to 3 June 2019, from Colombo, Sri Lanka
           SriLankan Airlines' 5-year plan aims to boost cost-efficiency and productivity      Comment   Translate Page      
SriLankan Airlines has devised a five-year business plan through 2024 to transform itself into a financially successful organisation, while turning Sri Lanka into a hub for air freight and travel, serving markets in Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East.The plan recognises the contribution of the national carrier to a vast number of industries in Sri Lanka, including all export-, import- and travel-related industries. The plan requires the government's approval. It was formulated by the national carrier's new management team under the leadership of chief executive officer Vipula Gunatilleka, who was appointed in mid-2018.A key aspect of the strategic business plan includes developing a route network to match customer demand and market opportunities, including new destinations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, the Far East and Australia, as opposed to the limited point-to-point strategy, reported Sunday Observer, Colombo.It also focuses on selecting a fleet that is cost-effective and best matches the requirements of the route network; adopting best practices to improve productivity; growing online sales to reach a wider market in a more cost-effective manner; greater employee engagement; and implementing a competitive-cost structure through fostering a greater cost-consciousness companywide.The airline would also expand its use of standard operating procedures and global best practices. Furthermore, the blueprint focuses on digital transformation through the adoption of new technologies and increasing ancillary revenue from the group's sub-business units, including SriLankan Cargo.

Source: Transportweekly
          Theosophical Society      Comment   Translate Page      
Theosophical Society - Adyar is one of the best kept secrets of Madras. This is one of very few sites that boasts greenery in the city, which is otherwise a concrete jungle. The authorities of the Society need to be applauded for maintaining the site so well. Even during the peak summer time, the trees of the Society are in full bloom. The place is full of heritage rich structures and has a lot of historical significance. A tranquil walk in the early morning through the beautiful pathways of the Society and resting under the largest banyan tree is a unique experience. Let us explore about the history and various places of interest in Theosophical Society.


What does the word "Theosophy" mean? It's difficult to explain in one or two sentences. It is a broad subject. To put it in layman's term, I would say it is a branch of philosophy which deals with the study of divine wisdom.

Theosophical Society:

An occult movement originated in the 19th century in the US and it was called as "Theosophical Society". It is said that the roots of the movement can be traced to the Alexandrian Gnosticism movement and the Greek Neoplatonism movement.

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, a Russian oculist from Ukraine, after returning from India in 1871 CE, attempted to found the similar organization in Cairo. But it was not successful. Her attempt was successful after her meeting with Col. Henry Steel Olcott, an American journalist and lawyer. Blavatsky, Olcott, William Quan Judge, an Irish American oculist and few others formed the Society on 17th November 1875 in New York. Olcott was the first President of the Society.

Late in 1878 Blavatsky and Olcott left US and settled down in India. They established their headquarters in Bombay. They toured to various places in India and Sri Lanka for several years to give lectures and publish/distribute their works. The headquarters was later moved to Adyar in Chennai city in December 1886.

After the death of Blavatsky in 1891, the Society was split into two factions as Theosophical Society Adyar (Olcott-Besant) and the Theosophical Society Pasadena (Judge).

Annie Besant:

It would be an incomplete article, if I miss to mention about Annie Besant. She was born as Annie Wood in London. She married Frank Besant and had two children. She soon legally separated from Frank and returned to London. She became a powerful writer, orator and importantly an activist.

In 1889, after her meeting with Blavatsky, she was converted to Theosophy. She broke her links with the Marxists and other activists. When Blavatsky died in 1891, Annie was seen as a leading member of the Society. She represented it at the Chicago World Fair in 1893. She visited India for the first time in the same year. After the Society was split into two, she along with Olcott lead it from Adyar, Madras.

She started the famous Convention Lectures in Adyar and started the Central Hindu College in Benaras. In 1907, after Olcott passed away, she officially became the president of the Society.

Annie remained an important leader of Theosophical Society till date. She enlarged the headquarters by purchase of Blavatsky and Olcott Gardens. Along with her activities in the Society, she also joined Indian National Congress and actively participated in the Indian freedom movement.She passed away in 1934.

Charles Webster Leadbeater:

Charles Webster Leadbeater was one of the leading and popular members of the Society. He was from England. He became an associate of Annie Besant. He had to resign from the Society due to a sex scandal. He was later readmitted into the Society by Annie. He remained as a leading member till he passed away in 1934.

Jiddu Krishnamurti:

As a boy, Jiddu Krishnamurti was discovered by Leadbeater. He claimed that the boy had wonderful aura. He and his associates nurtured the boy in the Society. It was evident that the boy for prepared to become the expected World Teacher.

Jiddue became a close associate of Annie and Leadbeater. After few years, he traveled to various countries across the globe and gave lectures. In 1911, the Society established the Order of the Star in the East to prepare the world for the expected appearance of the World Teacher. Jiddu was appointed as its head. However, over the next few years, he developed different views and concepts, which were evident from his talks and writings. He dissolved the Order in 1929 and even broke his links with the Society. Otherwise, Jiddu would have become the most popular member of the Society after Annie.

Theosophical Society Campus:

The campus covers around 260 acres. It is also called as Huddleston Gardens. It is the home for so many migratory birds and varieties of trees. There are some architecturally beautiful and historically significant buildings located within this huge complex. Walking through the garden in early morning or late evening is a unique experience; the structures and the trees of the complex are treat to our eyes.

Adyar Library:

Adyar Library was founded in 1886 by Olcott. Originally situated within the Head quarters building, it was later shifted to the current building. The library has a bust of Olcott.

Religious Shrines:

The Society complex has shrines of various faiths. Among all the shrines, the Zoroastrian shrine is very unique and more attractive. The semi-lion and semi-human figures at the entrance of the shrine draw many visitors.

The Hindu temple is located adjacent to the Zoroastrian shrine. The bas-relief figures on the pillars of the temple are very attractive. Inside the sanctum, only light is found instead of any idol.

The Church of St. Michael and All Angels is the next structure. Look at the photograph. I don't need to explicitly mention how beautiful it is.

The mosque, which was modeled on the Agra's Pearl Mosque, was completed in 1937. The simple structure of the Sikh shrine is a later addition.

Situated away from all the above mentioned shrines and in the coconut grove, the Buddhist shrine is the most beautiful of all these shrines. Built in 1925, it enshrines the sandstone idol of Buddha. A picturesque lotus pond is located in front of the shrine. A Bodhi Dharma memorial stone and the Bodhi tree are also located near the shrine. The sapling from the Bodhi tree of Buddha Gaya grew into this tree.

The Great Banyan Tree:

The Great Banyan Tree of Theosophical Society, which is popularly called as Adyar Aala Maram, had been one of the major identities of Chennai for several years. It is said that it is the second largest banyan tree in the entire nation.

The tree is believed to be more than 450 years old and it along with its offshoots occupy a whopping area of around 40,000 sq feet. The main trunk was uprooted in 1989's cyclone. However, with a small portion of the main trunk, the branches still survive. The branches form canopy over the adjoining streets.

This is the most famous site in the entire Society.

Head Quarters and Other Structures:

The elegant Head Quarters Building is called as "Hall of Unity". In the center of the hall, the big statues of Blavatsky and Olcott are found. The first one is dated to 1899, whereas the Olcott's statue is dated to 1907. Although both the pilaster statues were made in different period, as both the statues are standing so adjacent to each other with Olcott's arm is resting on the shoulder of Blavatsky, it appears as if both were sculpted together.

The walls of the hall has a lot of bas-relief figures representing the images or signs/symbols of various religions. It includes the images of Buddha, Krishna, Jesus, Asshur (Jewish), Ashtaroth (Mesapotamian), Quetzalcoatl (Mesoamerican), Osiris (Egyptian), Orpheus (Greek), Shinto (Japanese), Mithra (Zorastrian) and more figures. The bust images of Annie Besant and Olcott are also found inside the hall.

The outer wall of the hall has eight big relief images of elephants, which is one of the most photographed site of the complex.

The life size statue of Subramanya Iyer, who was one of the active members of the Society, is located outside the hall. The memory stone with the symbol and message of Theosophical Society is not to be missed. It is also located near the statue of Subramanya Iyer.

There are so many centuries old Victorian style structures found in the campus such as Bhagirati Nivas, New Quadrangle, Blavatsky Bungalow, Leadbeater Chambers, Gujarati Quarters and others, which are used for administrative or lodging purposes nowadays. All of these buildings have notable features.

The path adjacent to the river used to be one of the highlights in those days. Now, it's not accessible due to vegetation grown there and as the river Adyar is not treated like a river anymore.

Some stone arches with the relief images of Hindu deities and Yali pillars, similar to that of temple mandapas, are found in few places across the garden.

Happy travelling.

The visiting hours for Theosophical Society is 8:30 am to 10 am and 2 pm to 4 pm from Mondays to Saturdays.

          Eye Sri Lanka wishes its readers a peaceful and prosperous Sinhala and Tamil New Year      Comment   Translate Page      
Labannawu nawa wasarakiriyen peniyen pirisamaya sathuta raja karanaleda dukin thorawedi wediyen lebenaSuba Aluth awruddak wewa
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German authorities have indicted a Sri Lankan man suspected of involvement in killing 15 captured government soldiers while fighting for the Tamil Tigers rebel group. Federal prosecutors said Friday that 37-year-old Sivatheeban B. is accused of membership in a foreign terrorist organization, war crimes, two …
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The United Nations Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture has completed its first visit to Sri Lanka from 2 to 12 April where it examined the treatment of people deprived of their liberty and the safeguards in place for their protection against torture and ill-treatment. “We …
          Touring Ramesvaram The Land Of Lord Rama      Comment   Translate Page      
By Sri Nandanandana dasa

While visiting Madurai and the surrounding area, it is easy to catch the early morning train for Ramesvaram. It is a relaxing ride (about six hours) as we head toward the coast. The first time I went there, it was a pleasant train ride all the way there, but the second time several years later everyone had to jump off and change trains about half-way there. Ramesvaram is a tropical island surrounded by coral reefs and sandy beaches with coconut palms and tamarind trees. It is a major holy place of pilgrimage for both Vaishnavas and Shaivites. One of the major reasons for its importance is its connection with Lord Rama and the Ramayana, and its vicinity and link to Sri Lanka, which plays a major role in some of the sites that we will see here

          Sri Lanka IS the Lanka of Ramayana      Comment   Translate Page      
Madhavananda Dasa: "A brahmana sees through the sastras.  A king sees through his spies.  A cow sees through its nose. And, an ordinary man sees through his eyes." 
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O deus Ganesha, cultuado entre os hindus (Foto: Pixabay)

Chamada por seus praticamente de Sanātana Dharma, que em sânscrito significa “a eterna lei”, a tradição religiosa é a terceira maior do mundo. No Hinduísmo, não há um sistema único de crenças, com conceitos abrangentes e diversos, que não preveem a existência de um único Deus — pode-se dizer que é a maior religião politeísta do mundo.

Algumas das divindades mais importantes são Brahma, que representa a força criadora do Universo; Ganesha, deus da sabedoria e da sorte; Matsya, que salvou a espécie humana da destruição; Sarasvati, deusa das artes e da música; Shiva, deus supremo, criador da Ioga; e Vishnu, responsável pela manutenção do universo.

Como, quando, onde e por quem foi fundada?
Estima-se que o Hinduísmo existe há pelo menos cinco mil anos e surgiu na região do vale do rio Indo, o mais longo e importante do Paquistão, que atravessa o norte da Índia — o país, aliás, recebeu este nome por causa do rio. A religião não foi fundada por uma só pessoa e não tem um único livro que guie as práticas, e sim vários. A coleção compõe os Vedas, textos considerados sagrados para o Hinduísmo.

Quais os principais preceitos?
Há quatro principais preceitos da religião, que distinguem as metas para a vida de um hinduísta: o dharma, que significa viver de maneira correta de acordo com a casta; artha, almejar ganhos materiais por meios legais; kama, buscar o prazer físico por meio dos sentidos; e moksha, alcançar a iluminação e se libertar da reencarnação.

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Quantos seguidores a religião tem atualmente e onde estão?
Atualmente, existem cerca de 1 bilhão de hinduístas, a maior parte deles na Índia e no Nepal. Mas Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Paquistão, Malásia, Singapura, Ilhas Maurício, Fiji, Suriname, Guiana, Trinidad e Tobago, Reino Unido, Canadá e Estados Unidos também têm representatividade de seguidores da religião.

Qual a maior curiosidade sobre o Hinduísmo?
Um dos princípios mais marcantes do Hinduísmo é o da não violência, que guiou os indianos para a liberdade nos séculos 19 e 20. Mahatma Gandhi, líder do movimento pela independência do país, apostou no princípio do Satyagraha, que quer dizer “força da verdade” e segundo o qual as pessoas deveria se recusar a se submeter à injustiça. O auge da desobediência foi com a Marcha do Sal, quando Gandhi estimulou a população a desobedecer a lei que proibia o povo hindu de fazer seu próprio sal.

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