Editorial With Sujit Nair: Religious Tolerance in India| Analyzing Pew Research Findings

A new survey by US-based Pew Research Center shows that most Indians, across all religions, feel they enjoy religious freedom, value religious tolerance, and regard respect for all religions as central to India’s idea of a nation. Published on 29 June, the survey titled ‘Religion in India: Tolerance and Segregation’ found that 85 percent of Hindus, 78 percent of Muslims, 78 percent of Christians, 81 percent of Sikhs, 84 percent of Buddhists, and 83 percent of Jains believe respecting other religions is very important to be ‘truly Indian’. in this episode of the Editorial our Managing Editor Mr Sujit Nair shares his take on the matter,

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