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Thought For The Day


05/29/2007


It is important to appreciate that the historical achievements in India in critical reasoning, public deliberation and analytical scrutiny as well as in science and mathematics, architecture, medicine, painting and music, are products of Indian society – involving both the Hindus and non-Hindus, and including the skeptical as well as the religious.

~~~ Amartya Sen (Indian economist)



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