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Swami Nikhilanand

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"God is absolute. He is one Supreme Being, formless, yet he can have a form. He is omnipresent" (Giri, 2011).
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In 2011, Swami Nikhilanand was one of a number of high profile leaders of Hinduism and Judaism who participated in the First Hindu-Jewish Solidarity Day in Houston. The above statement was made by Swami Nikhilanand in the course of his keynote speech at the gathering.

 
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