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Georgia ‘Hinduphobia’ Legislation: Becomes First US State To Pass Condemning

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Georgia ‘Hinduphobia’ Legislation: The resolution condemned Hinduphobia, stating that Hinduism is one of the world’s largest and oldest religions, with over 1.2 billion members in over 100 countries, and that it encompasses a wide range of various traditions and belief systems based on acceptance, mutual respect, and peace.

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According to PTI, the Georgia ‘Hinduphobia’ Legislation condemned Hinduphobia and anti-Hindu bigotry and stated that Hinduism is one of the world’s largest and oldest religions, with over 1.2 billion adherents in over 100 countries, and encompasses a diverse array of traditions and belief systems with values of acceptance, mutual respect, and peace.


According to the Georgia ‘Hinduphobia’ Legislation, the American-Hindu community has made significant contributions to a variety of fields, including medical, research and engineering, information technology, hospitality, finance, academics, manufacturing, energy, and retail trade, among others. It was also highlighted that the community’s contributions to Yoga, Ayurveda, Meditation, Food, Music, and the Arts have enriched the cultural fabric and have been extensively accepted in American society, improving the lives of millions.

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“The challenges experienced by Hindu Americans in Georgia and the rest of the country via misleading, Hinduphobic narratives are badly harming a community that has been hardworking, law-abiding, and enriching the fabric of America,” stated CoHNA general secretary Shobha Swamy.

“We pleaded for their assistance in countering such intolerance, which promotes hatred and gives the impression that Hindus and persons of Indian heritage require special legislation and oversight due to charges of an innate proclivity to discriminate,” she said.

According to the resolution, there have been documented incidents of hate crimes against Hindu-Americans in several parts of the country over the last few decades. According to the resolution, individuals in academics who advocate the deconstruction of Hinduism and accuse its sacred texts and cultural traditions of violence and injustice intensify and institutionalise Hinduphobia.

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