Hinduphobic Indian Ads | Hinduphobia In Secular India
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Hinduphobic Indian Ads | Hinduphobia In Secular India

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Brooke Bond Red Label Teal re-released an ad they made for the Hindu festival of Ganesh Chaturthi. This ad follows the same Hinduphobic traits that we have … .

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34 thoughts on “Hinduphobic Indian Ads | Hinduphobia In Secular India

  1. Bhai kya huwa ki mei ek gaon meh rehta hoon hindu muslim saath rehte par pichle covid jyada fel raha tha aur rumour fel gayi ki muslims covid spread karte hai toh un logon neh humlogo ka uss side jana band kardiya sad to say but we live in country where muslims are discriminated

  2. Why would anyone criticize for slaughtering animals on a particular event when slaughtering of animals and other birds are happening for everyday consumption, for many other festivals of other beliefs? If you take off your communal hatemongering glasses, you can see things better, more rationally and won't blame someone for your own misled shortcomings!

  3. No wonder india will continue to live in its dirt poor reality since the Indians (the so called Hindus) wholesomely see everything in life through a very narrow and devisive communal lense!

  4. The caste system as it exists today is the result of developments during the rise of the British colonial government in India. The British Raj furthered this development, making RIGID caste organisation a central mechanism of administration. 1860 the British formulated the caste system into their system of governance, granting administrative jobs and senior appointments only to Christians and people belonging to certain castes.

    India provides specific representation to lower caste in education, employment and politics. Based on provisions in the Indian Constitution, it allows the Indian government to set reserved seats, which lower the qualifications needed in exams, job openings etc.

    Massive protests, who claimed that the government's proposal was discriminatory, discarded meritocracy and was driven by lower caste vote-bank politics.

  5. In my judgement, it is useless to make a distinction between the secular Brahmins(Hinduism)and priestly Brahmins(Hindutva). Both are kith and kin. They are two arms of the same body, and one is bound to fight for the existence of the other : BR Ambedkar

    Source : Annihilation of caste

  6. Muslims nafrat nhi karte hai yaar. Tum dharm ko badnaam karte ho. Woh sirf bomb banate hai taaki sablog jab ultimately marenge toh shor nhi hoga. Aur shor nhi toh matlab peace. Simple logic 😂😂😂

  7. We can clearly see a difference between a false faith and the only true faith, which is Christianity. False faiths put perspective and importance on physical dress sense. A Buddhist shaves their head, a Muslim dresses in certain clothes and women wear hijabs, etc, A Sikh wears a knife, and a Hindu wears certain clothes and wears the red dot on their head. This takes away from God and puts more importance of the founder in the form of homage. False faiths that make followers dress up as the chosen religious founders takes away from importance and reverence of God. Christianity is a faith that has no particular dress sense. This shows that Christianity is for everyone and anyone can join without pressure to do certain things and dress a certain way to be accepted by God.

  8. Bhi tere chutiyapa 3:52 pe hi smjh agya , isi jo do causes btye haai isse ye pta chl gya tere dimag me kite nichle staar ke kidde haia accha hai jo tu topi lgaye rehta wrna wo dimaar keede kisi doosre ke dimag me ja sakte haai.

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