The Way We Are

Dutt, Ela
September 2012
News India Times;09/28/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 39, p5
The article discusses a Pew Research Center's study which found that Asian American Hindus are tolerant but not so prayerful. It states that the study sought to know how Hindus can keep their traditional practices and beliefs while adopting aspects of the predominantly Christian religious culture of the U.S. Sudha Acharya, executive director of the South Asian Council for Social Services, offers her comment.


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