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2 Responses to Same-Sex Weddings, Hindu Traditions, and Modern India

  1. Udayan September 1, 2011 at 8:05 am

    Another brilliant piece by Ruth! Proud of you!

  2. anonymous September 15, 2015 at 10:00 am

    This is absolutey ridiculous… The persons who say this must quote sanskrit text with meaning. There is no where you can see same gender relations in puranas. I read two of them with sanskrit moola and meaning. Could’nt find any.Now Arjuna was cursed and become enuch for a year,(name was brihannala) or lord Shiva and Godess in one form Arthanareeswara are not same gender relations or some thing like that.

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