I was recently at a conference on India’s soft power in Delhi organized by India Foundation and the Center for Soft Power. On the first evening, after the inauguration by the Vice President of India, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev was in conversation with Professor Subhash Kak and answered question on varied topics.
The plus points of Hindu Dharma were stressed, yet the elephant in the room – the two dogmatic religions, which have absolutely no regard for those plus points, and still claim that Hindus are very wrong and need to be corrected if they want to be saved, was left untouched.
Sadguru had mentioned that India is a land of seekers, not believers. Every youth is a seeker and is very much interested in truth, he said. So I took courage and asked a question.
Here it is: