Q. 14.7( 3 Votes )
Explain the message of toleration in Vedic philosophy.
The Vedic philosophy seeks to maintain the principle of unity among all men. The principle indicates that the soul of all-pervasive Brahma in the world and man’s soul are one and the same. This emphasises on the ultimate objective of feeling Sachidananda, or Permanent bliss and happiness due to the realisation of this Ekatma. Vedic philosophy thus encourages the promotion of a message of tolerance, to all of mankind.
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