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The lion Akbar and the lioness Sita are not allowed to live together by Indian Hindus: 'blasphemous'

The lion Akbar and the lioness Sita are not allowed to live together by Indian Hindus: 'blasphemous'

India is known as a country where religious events occur regularly. Since President Narendra Modi came to power in the country, his party has placed great emphasis on Hindu nationalism. In India, about 80% of the population identifies as Hindu, compared to 14.2% who practice Islam. However, the country has a large Muslim minority of more than 200 million people.

President Modi's Hindu nationalist policies come at the expense of Muslims in the country, including discrimination in education, housing and employment. The group has little representation in the Indian Parliament. In addition, Muslim citizens are also regularly attacked by Hindu extremists.

The president recently opened a new Hindu temple at a religious site that has long been the subject of conflict between Muslims and Hindus. The temple was built on the spot where a 16th-century mosque once stood. As early as the 1980s, there were plans to demolish the mosque and build a temple in its place. Hindus believe that this is the birthplace of Lord Rama, Sita's husband and one of the most important deities in Hinduism.

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