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Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
This paper will seek to carefully examine the historical development of Hindu as a religion in Canada and how it has benefited from the Act of multiculturalism.
In US, the Hindus are also referred to as Indians. Some of the Hindu people in Canada and US in general originate from various countries like the Caribbean, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, Mauritius and United Kingdom. In US, the Hindu migrated in two major streams. The first migration took place in 19th century and was composed of labor migrants and indentured workers who moved to the Caribbean, Surinam and Guyana. The second stream of migration took place in the 1960s and involved educated and skilled immigrants and their extended families. (Ember et al, 2005 p 445) Hinduism as a form of religion is comprised of the history of the Indians and thus there is no any belief or practice of the Indians that can be rejected or negated. The Hindu subscribe to the idea no old ideas or practices can be eliminated or transcended .The old ideas are practiced together with the more recent ones. Among the Hindu, divinity is respected and worshipped in its manifestation without any prejudice. The act of doctrine tolerance is ranked high among the Hindu when compared to other major religion. Therefore, a Hindu may worship non-Hindu gods and still remain a Hindu. The dispute between the Hindus who are monotheism and those that are polytheism do not divide the worshippers because they are seen as not being important in Hinduism. ...
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