Homosexuality not a crime in Hinduism, says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has come out against the Supreme Court saying homosexuality is not crime and nobody should face discrimination based on their ordinance.

hidden December 12, 2013 15:19:59 IST
Homosexuality not a crime in Hinduism, says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has come out against the Supreme Court verdict on Section 377 saying homosexuality is not crime and nobody should face discrimination based on their sexual preferences.

Homosexuality not a crime in Hinduism says Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. IBNLive

In a series of tweets, the founder of Art of Living Foundation said Hinduism has never considered homosexuality a crime and to brand a person a criminal based on sexual preference would be absurd.

Below are some of his tweets on the issue.

 

 

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