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My Idea: Once, India is a secular country like US. We used to proclaim about our CULTURE. Even now, most of the people are in the clutches of Evil. What is evil?. One which is spoiling/corrupting/ruining/destroying/against the humanity is called evil as for as I am concerned. But knowingly or unknowingly, our people are following some stupid activities as superstitious believes. These illogical activities are not able to tolerate as a human being. I give some of the superstitious believes: Dowry harassment, Men Vs Animal marriages, Women Vs Animal marriages, Child marriages, Living without marriages(Dodas & Javvadu hill people), Human offering, Piercing body with iron sticks, pulling the chariot by the back, etc.
            We are planning to eradicate such superstitious believes from the minds of School Children, College Students & Employees of big concerns.
My Story:
            Most of the Indians are sentimental idiots. They fear on God and as such superstitious believes. So, so many false Sanyasis, Pastors, Gurus, Muths are emerging day by day. They are utilizing such idiotic sentiments and bribe huge amounts. Even they are ready to kill their own first born child for the sake of their blessings from God. Children are “GOD’S SPECIAL GIFT. REAL FREEDOM TO ACCEPT INDEPENDENCE”.  We can see the same story in Bible, Abraham ready to sacrifice his one and only son as God told. But later, God reveals him the goat behind them and not to kill his own son for God.   Every month one or two false sanyasis are arrested by Police for bribing people.
            One of my colleagues discussed with me about his marriage. Some astrologer told him that if you marry a girl, that marriage will kill that staff. So in order to eradicate the incident, he should first marry a “banana tree”, as per Hindu ritual, he should marry that tree with Vedas and mantras. Then he is eligible for second marriage. For which he spent around Rs.3500/- for the astrologer & pooja.
            Most of our Political leaders are having more than one wife. But they often spoken about Indian culture is one man one wife. But most of our fore fathers are having more than a wife. Our former Indian kings are having numerous wives, eloped ladies and prostitutes. King Thirumalai Naicker drove away a group of Sourashtra people from North India for his out house enjoyment. Even our Hindu Gods are having more than two wives. We can find the statues with sexiest poses in many Hindu temples. Even in our Cinemas and TV serials they depicted the illegal activities of men and women.  In general Moral activities are day by day reducing. Humanity is seen hear and there only.
            I compelled to submit this project due to the stupidity of the ancient Indians spent lot of money for such superstitious believes. Even some women lost their virginity with false Sanyasis. It shows their involvement or sentimental idiotism of accepting the superstitious belief. Also some of the women victimized are not arouse such molestation for the sake of society fear.   The results of such rape victims are become prostitutes or psycho patients. Ultimately they lost their happiness in their family life. Even in Tamilnadu the Dodas (trible community in Ootacamand) and Javvadu tribes are not worry about the virginity. They allow the opposite sex to mingle with one another and if satisfied or pregnant, then only they will arrange for their marriage, otherwise, they leave aside and live with another and goes on. 
            Humans are differs from animals and birds in all aspects. They should know both men and women are having virginity. Humans should not tend satisfy their sex appetite of another alternative when they bored on single companion. Lot of misunderstanding arises, separation, divorce, not able to live with their children, lack of family association and happiness, etc will lead to the cruel, dominant, arrogant, selfishness and even criminals in society in future. The future is based on today’s humans. Make it or destroy it. If you live as Bible says, one man one wife. Understandings, give and take policy, take it easy and forgiveness are the main reasons to grow in good culture.  
            First we should define culture. Culture is not able to define easily by oneself. It differs from place to place and time to time. Some of the cultures are based on the geographical base. Some of the cultures are based on climatic base. Some of the cultures are based on religions. For example…The muslim ladies are wearing gurdha for covering their whole body. The Hindu ladies use to wear sarees by showing their hip and head.   The Christian ladies are used to close their head while doing prayers.   If an individual is attains happiness by entertaining others means it should satisfy both by today, tomorrow and forever. It should not affect the other person’s mentally (soul), physically(body) and the society.
            It shows in all religions women are next to men only. They are part of men. The possessiveness of women are the main culture for women in all over the world.   Love failures are affected the male in most cases, it will not affect the female in most cases. Better loves after marriages are great success in life. Then only our future children will know the real culture of love, peace, compassion,
As says in the Bible, we should love every one as our brothers and sisters. So, it is our duty to educate, motivate, instigate and teach them “What is good for our future generation?.” Mind pollution will affect the next generation.
Report: Indian man marries dog in attempt to ward off curse after mistreating canines

Tuesday November 13, 04:14 PM
A man in southern India married a female dog in a traditional Hindu ceremony as an attempt to atone for stoning two other dogs to death _ an act he believes cursed him _ a newspaper reported Tuesday.
P. Selvakumar married the sari-draped former stray named Selvi, chosen by family members and then bathed and clothed for the ceremony Saturday at a Hindu temple in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, the Hindustan Times newspaper said.
Selvakumar, 33, told the paper he had been suffering since he stoned two dogs to death and hung their bodies from a tree 15 years ago.
"After that my legs and hands got paralyzed and I lost hearing in one ear," he said in the report.
The paper said an astrologer had told Selvakumar the wedding was the only way he could cure the maladies. It did not say whether his situation had improved.
Deeply superstitious people in rural India sometimes organize weddings to dogs and other animals, believing it can ward off certain curses.
The paper showed a picture of Selvakumar sitting next to the dog, which was wearing an orange sari and a flower garland.
The paper said the groom and his family then had a feast, while the dog got a bun.

Charmed woman marries cobra in India
Jun 2 01:43 PM US/Eastern
A woman who fell in love with a snake has reportedly married the reptile at a traditional Hindu wedding celebrated by 2,000 guests in India's Orissa state.
Bimbala Das wore a silk saree for the ceremony Wednesday at Atala village near the Orissa state capital Bhubaneswar.
Priests chanted mantras to seal the union, but the snake failed to come out of a nearby ant hill where it lives, the Press Trust of India (PTI) said.
A brass replica snake stood in for the hesitant groom.
"Though snakes cannot speak nor understand, we communicate in a peculiar way," Das, 30, told the agency.
"Whenever I put milk near the ant hill where the cobra lives, it always comes out to drink.
"I always get to see it every time I go near the ant hill. It has never harmed me," she added.
Villagers welcomed the wedding in the belief it would bring good fortune and laid on a feast for the big day.
Snakes and particularly the King Cobra are venerated in India as religious symbols worn by Lord Shiva, the god of destruction.
Das, from a lower caste, converted to the animal-loving vegetarian Vaishnav sect whose local elders gave her permission to marry the cobra, the world's largest venomous snake that can grow up to five metres.
"I am happy," said her mother Dyuti Bhoi, who has two other daughters and two sons to marry off.
"Bimbala was ill," Bhoi told local OTV channel. "We had no money to treat her. Then she started offering milk to the snake ... she was cured. That made her fall in love."
Das has moved into a hut built close to the ant hill since the wedding.
Earlier this year, a tribal girl was married off to a dog on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar.

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