Why youngsters run away from Dharma?
Part 1


Nowadays, most parents don't want their kids to follow certain rituals which were very necessary during earlier times. They avoid their children from visiting relatives and greetings them...

...in the name of studies. They also avoid their children from visiting temples or havan-pooja ceremonies at their homes. These little things, if taken care of since childhood, can cause tremendous change in behaviour of that child.
The presence and absence of divine interference surely affects young minds. Many parents deliberately make their kids watch aarti and pooja, and gradually, those kids start loving that. My twin nieces are examples of this behaviour. They are just two-year-old!
They jump and play the entire day, but when it comes to any sort of puja, they sincerely join their hands and curiously watch over everything that is going around them during that period. They love to attend such Dharmic ceremonies now.
Coming to schooling - we all know that schools play a tremendous role in shaping a child's ideology. Most schools preach secularism (pseudo secularism TBH), and little minds easily get influenced by them. Also, dearest NCERT has been teaching us that Mughals made India rich!
So, how can we expect youngsters to become rigid towards Dharma when they find nothing wrong with invaders? Few kids who understood this conspiracy changed their track, but even this wasn't easy for them. They were mocked by their friends and were left by them for this decision!

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