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Cultural beliefs in colours and religious

This paper has a qualitative investigation of the experiences of colours and religion which are also two social aspects experienced by two different cultures Indian (Sikhism, Hindu) and Canadian (Christian). According to my experience, because I grew and brought up in INDIA. Here, all the rituals and ceremonies are probably the same they have their same beliefs and motives like…

Religious laws and religious crimes in developing and developed nations

Religion is the basis of our lives and everyone try their best to follow religious laws and sometimes these laws create chaos in the society. Whether the tension occurs among Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus in India, or between Jews and Muslims in Jerusalem” . No major world religion can get rid of generating violence radical movements from within its ranks…

Discuss the diplomatic initiatives in response to religious, ethnic conflict

1.Introduction Africa is a continent filled with beauty and diversity. There is abundance of wonderful natural beauty in the game reserves and wide expanses of untouched land. There are so many diverse and beautiful cultures contained in Africa. However, this continent is filled with conflict upon conflict. There have been many diplomatic efforts to stop some of these conflicts. This…

Are religious people moral?

The Oxford Dictionary defines the word moral as “A lesson that can be derived from a story or experience, or Standards of behaviour; principles of right and wrong” (Oxford University Press [online] 2019). When this is mixed with religion does having faith really determine if you have more morals that someone who doesn’t? A practising Christian would argue that the…

Religious study

In this paper I will be focusing on the religious symbolism of water and the similarities between the two practices, specifically within the two spiritual rituals, The Kumbh Mela and The Mikvah. Celebrated four times every 12 years, Hindus gather to bathe in a sacred or holy river after a ritualistic pilgrimage/fair known as the Kumbh Mela. This historic event…

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