So far we had to bear Liberal Gyaan Baazi on Hindu Festivals, now we have to put up with the Liberal RW Gyaanbaazi, who cleverly conceal their intent in the name of Reforming Hinduism. Karma.

PS: Not taking any names, it's apparent who they are.
Liberals openly hate Hinduism cam be dealt with, the problem is with the Liberal RW who seek to impose their own Protestant version of Hinduism, sans rituals, traditions in the name of reformation, they are like termites eating away from within.
It's easy to deal with blatant Hindu haters, it's harder to deal with those who claim to fight for Hindu issues and then proceed to superimpose their own sanitized, Protestant version of Hinduism on everyone else.
When it comes to crackerless Diwali, waterless Holi, how can we celebrate Navaratri when women are.., banning rituals, Liberal RW are on the same page as Liberals. Actually their very identity is that they are the true Liberals.

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