I AM NOT TO ABLE TO UNDERSTAND GANDHI JI LINE IN CHAPTER THAT RELEGION CAN NEVER BE SEPERATED FROM POLITICS. HOW IS THIS LINE CORRECT. EXPLAIN WITH EASY EXPLANATION AND EXAMPLES IF POSSIBLE.
Asked by Ikshit | 9th Sep, 2016, 07:03: PM
When Gandhi said that religion could never be separated from politics, he did not emphasize on any one religion (Hinduism or Islam) that should be followed in politics. Infact he meant that all the moral principles (positive points of all the religions) should be taken into consideration in politics/while governing. He believed that ethics drawn from religion must be the main criteria that should guide the actions taken by the people in politics.
Answered by Akanksha Kaul | 10th Sep, 2016, 04:51: PM
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