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I would not say I know a great deal on Hinduism, only going to 2 festivals and one other Hindi thing that was more religious out of curiosity. Past that I just read some in the wiki. :-)

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Wow! You obviously know more about Hinduism than me, and I was born Hindu..lol. Thanks Hal, that's very informative.

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This moment stood out in a way, since I've met plenty of Hindus:


“Trump is very welcome here today. This event is to build harmony and love,” he said, standing just in front of the dais. “Race, religion and political parties don’t matter today.”


Religion indeed won't matter to many, but is a convenient banner to wrap themselves in, but some of course indeed believe in their gods Shiva and such. Back when I was far from God, I used to live outside of Austin, Texas near a Hindu Temple of some guru, and a friend invited me to go to their annual festival twice, and I did. It was very religious in a way. The guru was essentially worshiped.


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It was the "Howdy Modi" event hosted by 50,000 Indian Americans in Houston to felicitate the Indian Premier on his re-election among other achievements. I suppose, it was good election campaigning for the President as well:).


I was able to open and read the article. I don't have any subscription to CNBC. Not sure why it didn't work for you. Here's a link to a youtube video on CBS.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_wwNScNEX0


Hope this works.

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Sabertooth
Sabertooth
Sep 23, 2019

What was the occasion that PM Modi should be in Texas? (Article behind paywall.)

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