Classical Hinduism and Modern Culture
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In this article, the writer discusses that the Hindu religion is an ancient one. It has existed in many cultures, in many forms, having had for the majority of its existence a relatively ephemeral form. The writer discusses that however, in terms of being a cohesive religion Hinduism is a relatively one, which has not been without controversy for at least two hundred years. The writer maintains that it is nearly inevitable that Hinduism will continue to change and evolve in today's world. The writer concludes that it is almost as inevitable that those who practice the Hindu faith, who remain in touch with its original form and not the recent, more artificial construct, will continue its practice unconcerned by those who choose to analyze and modernize their faith.
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