The Vedas, The Quran, and Love

Hinduism promotes arranged marriages as a way to keep caste members (differing economic/social/political groups) within their confines. If a rich family member loves a person from a different poor family member, it is taboo to marry.

Vedas Logic; According to Manava Dharma Shastra (Laws of Manu) couples have to be married based on both their caste level (economic/social society standing) and astrological signs. Marriage in Hinduism appears to be another tool in Hinduism to keep the poor people confined within poor families at the cost of potential Love.

Hindu Excuse; non-arranged marriages are allowed.

Rebuttal: Anything is allowed in India, that does not make it legal or the norm. Breaking traditions such as arranged marriage can cause the couple to become “out casts”. Inter-faith or Inter-caste marriage in India is Minimal like eating beef.

Quran Logic: A Muslim can marry anyone who believes in One God (Jew, Christian or Muslim) A Muslim can even marry a non-believer after they accept One God.

“Do not marry idolatresses till they believe; and certainly a believing maid is better than an idolatress even though she would please you; and do not marry idolaters till they believe, and certainly a believing slave is better than an idolater, even though he would please you. These invite to the Fire, and Allah invites to the Garden and to forgiveness by His grace, and makes clear His revelations to mankind so that they may remember.” Qur’an 2:221.

In contrast, a Hindu caste member is a life sentence, life as a Hindu is a state of purgatory until after you die and possibly return as a higher or lower life form. God in Islam can Instantly Forgive you for accepting God and your doors are open to marry any believer.

The Theological Intelligence Score of Hinduism and Love is “0”