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15 Years Ago

Soma Wadhwa et al, on the return of god: God has made a huge comeback. To young, yuppie, urban India. Pampering the soul spiritua­lly, reconnecting with the inner self through meditation has become acceptable, even tre­ndy. Because today’s stressed-out, insecure, urban generation has taken to seeking solace and stability in the faith that God, or a Greater Power, exists. Add on the ideological vacuum of these times, unlike when Gandhian thought and Marxism fired imaginations and it’s understandable why young Indians are groping for a new Belief. http://bit.ly/1NnruXm

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