How long will it take to stop superstitions?


From Dainik Viswamitra: 13.08.12

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6 Responses to “How long will it take to stop superstitions?”

  1. asok kumar das 15 August 2012 at 8:56 PM #

    Superstition will remain so long The President of India worship dolls in the secular Rastropoti Vabon, the Chief Minister of WB draws the Rath of Jagannath, the physically handicapped god, Amitav Bachchan pay donation to the Lord of Tirupoti. Superstition will stay so long Sourav Ganguli worships his domestic gods, the scientists of NASA pray god for safe landing of Curiosity on the Marse. When such people, whom the common people follow, encourage superstition, superstition will continue. The Gurubabas and Ashtrologers will continue their business, Gyangurus will burn the witches, Tantriks will behead the humans, Parents will kill their children in the name of holy honour kiling, girl children will be killed. And thus the holy superstition will continue.
    Asokdas Charbak
    Dubai, UAE

  2. Neha 16 August 2012 at 6:25 AM #

    Superstition is one of the biggest hurdle to progress of our country. Unless and until the minds of the citizens is free from superstition, state will keep them busy in religious matters and related superstition and not think about what is going on outside this world of superstition.

  3. sujoy chanda 18 August 2012 at 7:50 PM #

    our conventional edcation system never helps us from get rid of superstions . Huge number of meritorious students become doctor engeneer, professor,researcher, even big sceintist in life but they never become rationalist minded and sceintific minded because our syllabus is lack of rattionalism related topic . I think in school college syllabus rationalism should be included sujoy chanda Raiganj

  4. KAUSIK SARKAR 19 August 2012 at 10:10 AM #

    should be come in the text of ‘education’ immediately.

  5. Dwijapada Bouri 24 August 2012 at 10:26 AM #

    Good post….

  6. Madhusudan Mahato 30 August 2012 at 8:39 AM #

    Good post & good comments. GO ON…..

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