Religious indoctrination is real. It is a traditionally-based process of all cultures. It powers is such that peoples so affected have a “belief” they have chosen their particular “faith” above the many on offer throughout the planet.

All religions work on the principle of exposing each new generation to a single worldview, to the exclusion of all others, In a repetitious and authorative manner, doubts as to the veracity of such “teachings” are not encouraged, indeed, are not tolerated.

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Niels Henrik David Bohr (1885–1962) was Danish physicist, philosopher and footballer. He made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum mechanics for which he was awarded Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922. Bohr was a passionate footballer who played goal keeper for the Copenhagen-based Akademisk Boldklub.

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The word God (Kadavul in Tamil) does not signify anything in particular. Nobody can tell when the word God (Kadavul) originated.

That being so, no theist (believer in God), of whatever sort he is, can explain what god is. Every theist stubbornly sticks to his faith in god. But he has no understanding about god; he can neither know anything about god nor can explain about it to others.

If ever a situation had arisen to define or identify god, the people of the world would have come to a definite conclusion about the existence or non-existence of god.

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Chennai Puthaga Sangamam Presented by PSRPI in Association with NBTI

Dr. K.Veeramani , Secretary, PSRPI delivers special address

His Excellency Dr. Nicholay A. Listopadov, Consul General, Russian Federation in South India inaugurates.

‘Reading maketh a full man’. The development of knowledge and progress in civilization are facilitated through the  habit of reading. Reading habit inspires  many  on creativity and enable them  to write their thought and experience which again facilitate the progress of humanity.  In 1995, UNESCO, in order to promote reading, publishing and to signify copy right proclaimed April 23 as World Book Day.

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I make this submission to your reason : You are humans. You are capable of thinking. Think about what I say. I ask you to accept only those things that you consider to be proper and to reject the rest. We remain fools because we have been blindly accepting whatever is said by every Tom, Dick and Harry. That is why I appeal to you to put to the test of reasoning whatever you hear or read before accepting it.

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