“GOD has no religion,” Gandhi said.
It is not surprising to find that in a country like India this phrase came from someone known as pious, wise, and just. Religion had become a vicious sign. So the idea arose to rescue the perception of ‘God’ from narrow-mindedness and anger.
Gandhi himself is tragic proof of this fate. Towards the end of January 1948, he was shot dead by Nathuram Godse, an adherent...