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Just want to know whether I was correct - RegViews: 310
Jun 23, 2010 6:26 am re: re: Just want to know whether I was correct - Re

SOEB FATEHI
this leaves it open to examine many diverse viewpoints (possible with an open mind) . . .

pathway archives can add more light on this very important subject i believe . . .

some believe that one of the greatest acts of the sages of yore was to live a life of renunciation striving for moksha as wandering ascetic mendicants by living of bhiksha on their way to samadhi . . . . the better endowed can seek atonement and spiritual uplift by feeding such seekers . . .

btw - interestingly, The Bombay Prevention of Begging Act, 1959, which was adopted by Delhi about 45 years ago, in 1960 has no cases registered under its provisions till recorded in 2005 . . . . so society is probably apathetically inclined to look at begging as an offense though classified as one under law where enacted and applicable . . . in 2007 in a concerted drive beggers in score were rounded up all over Delhi in a supposed bid to give the city a face lift for the oncoming Commonwealth Games . . . http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/Delhi-jails-beggars-to-look-modern/249489/

i do not know of any anti beggary law in Tamil Nadu though . . . see this picture - http://wapedia.mobi/en/Beggar
Children in Tamil Nadu, India, begging in front of a Catholic Church on Sunday 27 February 2010











i have a very simple question here now . . . is it against any law of any land to offer to feed the hungry and the impoverished . . . food? knowledge? character? spirituality?

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