Religion should be free from mediators: Dr. Asgar Ali Engineer


Religion should be free from mediators: Dr. Asgar Ali Engineer

Department of Political Science and Public Administration organized an extension lecture today on the topic ‘Minority Secularism and Politics in India’ in the Silver Jubilee Hall of Manikya Lal Verma Shramjeevi College of Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

 
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Religion should be free from mediators: Dr. Asgar Ali Engineer

Department of Political Science and Public Administration organized an extension lecture today on the topic ‘Minority Secularism and Politics in India’ in the Silver Jubilee Hall of Manikya Lal Verma Shramjeevi College of Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth.

Chief Speaker of the program was the famous scholar, Dr. Asgar Ali Engineer. He said, “Religion, these days is taken as a tool to accomplish individual desires. Also religion has become a medium for creating conflicts. Such use of religion falsifies the objective of one’s existence”.

Religion should be free from mediators: Dr. Asgar Ali Engineer

Dr. Asgar also said, “Today’s society gives secondary treatment to women, which should not be the case. Every religion guides to respect women and treat them equally”.

Special guest of the occasion, Prof. Zainab Banu gave a brief introduction of Dr. Asgar Ali.

In his speech, Prof. P. K. Punjabi, Dean, Social Sciences and Humanities said that today the real need is to establish the religion of humanity, which only, can maintain peace and prosperity in the world.

Religion should be free from mediators: Dr. Asgar Ali Engineer

The program was presided by Dr. B. L. Fadiya, who said, “The day by day increasing trend to show off the power is diminishing real objectives of religion”. He said that religion should be free from show off; Simplicity is the heart of religion.

The program was conducted by Varsha Pargi, while Dr. C. L. Bhagora delivered the vote of thanks.

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