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Why weren't Indians converted en masse to Islam or Christianity?
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It's because Hindusim is not a religion at all.Even if it is now considered as a major religion in India, it is having features of a culture more than a religion. The term "Hinduism" was coined ...

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Where is the Hindu law/instruction of Cremation?
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Hinduism(Sanathana Dharma) is mainly a culture than a religion which is followed in India. The culture of one region is based on that region's weather conditions and nature. . Cremation of bodies is a ...

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How close were the living standards of India compared to England during the medieval period?
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GDP per capita is an indicator of living standards. A solid comparison of share of GDP can be found in this link Since 01AD until today the world's changed quite a lot. But until 1700AD the ...

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Did the Tamil People discover that the earth was round 2000 years ago?
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The logic in the question is wrong, a Tamil poet mentioned about spherical shape of earth, so Tamil people invented that? The only true assumption you can be sure about from this poem is that Tamil ...

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Who invented the first flag?
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I have a different answer for this and just sharing what I know about this, it also does not mean the flag was invented in India, but in India more than 5000 years ago, flags were used. Perhaps it ...

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When was it discovered that the stars are not all lying on the same plane?
1 votes

There was ancient Indian scholars who studied about different planets and stars. They have made different start constellation during their period. Also there is Jyothisha in India which was based on ...

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Which religion was the first monotheistic one?
1 votes

Let me give an input regarding Hinduism which is considered as a major polytheistic religion and one of the oldest in the history. Hinduism is actually have another name, 'Sanathana Dharma', which is ...

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