In Sanatana Dharma, there is no single life, no single judgment, or eternal punishment. There is more than one life and, of course, there is no single judgment.
In fact, there is no judgment at all as such, for the idea is to help and not to judge and condemn. The inner dynamics of incarnation is not reward or punishment but self-improvement, and ultimately self-discovery and self-recovery, moksha.
-- Ram Swarup (1920-1998)
a foremost spokesperson of Hindu spirituality and culture in India
Khalaf Al-Harbi is a liberal columnist and a thinker from Saudi Arabia. His liberal views and objective columns on various issues are a big hit and widely discussed across the world.
In his latest column in 'Saudi Gazette', he heaps praises over India describing it as the most tolerant nation on the earth. In his column titled 'India - A country that rides elephants',
Khalaf Al Harbi writes: "In India, there are more than 100 religions and more than 100 languages.
Just for a name like this,”DevaNaagari” I would stay with status quo!
Why some think otherwise I wonder; go with a script that does not even have a name for itself and has to take the help of Latin/Roman?
Recently we see Hindi being written using the Latin Script ( lipi). It is being used for names of movies, on the internet, some people who know Hindi even correspond this way on emails or even SMS. Some known personalities have suggested that this script be adopted for our National Language Hindi. I am completely against this way of thinking. In this articles I want to begin proposing reasons for not ever thinking of adopting any Script other than the present Devanaagari that we have been using for a long time!