I lived in Pakistan during my teen years. It was also two other Moslem countries and Israel since I was a child. My interest in your religion is far-reaching to my personal interests. Yes, I was in Delhi and Agra when I was thirteen.
The things you have shared here is somewhat unfamiliar to the Western mind. Your language is quite the challenge to speak and understand. I am thankful that you have shared your most blessed ways, also a little different from the ancient ways of Northern Europe. I can truly understand the blessedness of honoring the deceased. I was at my mother's funeral in 2015. However, consistency and long distance travel are more challenging than I can accomodate. In the West, it is usual to sometimes visit the deceased. It is difficult with a lack of money to travel there.
I have a beloved picture of my mother, my father and my two sisters also, who have passed on to whats next. I came from a Christian family, but my studies have revealed the questionable "attributes" of that religion. There is no need to explain further. I have settled my self in my choices of "understanding". That is why I study your religion; to gain an understanding.
So far, I am pleased that everything of the Vedas is very relative to other practices.
Perhaps we may talk further of such things!!?
Here is a link to the basics of Hinduism:
Which neither space nor time touches.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 16-Apr-19 23:09 by Itatw70s.
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