Unnecessary to talk about temples razed during invasions as you can’t rewrite history, says Sadhguru | Exclusive

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In an exclusive interview with India Today, Sadhguru said it does not make sense to talk now about the thousands of temples that were razed during invasions as history cannot be rewritten.

Sadhguru in conversation with Rahul Kanwal in Davos

Speaking exclusively to India Today’s News Director Rahul Kanwal, spiritual leader Sadhguru said that it does not make sense to talk now about the thousands of temples that were razed during invasions as history cannot be rewritten.

“Thousands of temples were razed during invasions. We could not protect them then. Now, talking about them doesn’t make sense because you cannot rewrite history,” he said.

He added, “The two communities [Hindus and Muslims] should sit together and work out which two-three sites are iconic and settle it. Instead of discussing one site at a time and keeping the controversy and unnecessary enmity between communities alive. There has to be some give and take – that’s the way forward for the nation. We should thinking in terms of Hindu community and Muslim community.”

Asked about the ongoing Gyanvapi mosque controversy, Sadhguru refrained from commenting as he said he was not up to date on the matter.



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