There is some inconsistency value in Hindu value. The core problem of the inconsistency value is there is other belief such as Western enters India and absorb by Indian. These Western values will assimilate with Indian values unintentionally. Then this new assimilation belief will be implemented by the major society and it will change from the core belief of Indian
a. Tolerance in Hindu
Hindu teaches that they should do the good things in their life in order to get a better life in the next life since there is a reincarnation. Hindu also belief in karma and samsara that require their people not do the sin since there is karma will follow them until the next life. Hindu also teaches about ahimsa or non-injury to living things. This is the core moral value of Hinduism, the protection of all life (which is ultimately divine). If Hindu require their people not injure the living things including animal, Hindu also require people to respect with other people. Therefore, Hindu people also have to pay respect to the other people including tolerance in terms of the religion differences.
On the other hand, in the past the India kingdom also has stated the tolerance with another religion, we can see from the plural nature of the society in India was encapsulated in an inscription of Asoka:
"King Piyadasi (Asoka) dear to the Gods, honors all sects, the ascetics (hermits) or those who dwell at home, he honors them with charity and in other ways. But the King, dear to the Gods, attributes less importance to this charity and these honors than to the vow of seeing the reign of virtues, which constitutes the essential part of them. For all these virtues there is a common source, modesty of speech. That is to say, one must not exalt one’s creed discrediting all others, nor must one degrade these others without legitimate reasons. One must, on the contrary, render to other creeds the honor befitting them.”
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