Kathmandu, Nov 14 (UNI) British film director and screenwriter Guy Ritchie should not be infuriated with Hindu mysticism, Universal Society of Hinduism said, adding that they were willing to help Ritchie unravel the ancient and timeless wisdom of Hinduism.
''Madonna's new Hinduism fad was last straw for Guy. The singer infuriated Guy when she suddenly became fascinated with Hindu mysticism,'' a UK newspaper said, while reporting about Ritchie's doomed seven plus years marriage with American entertainer Madonna.
President of Universal Society of Hinduism Rajan Zed said in a press release that Hinduism is oldest and third largest religion of the world with about one billion adherents and a rich philosophical thought. Among various mysticism practices, Hinduism has the oldest tradition.
Mr Zed stated that he or some other Hindu scholars would be willing to sit with Guy Ritchie and unfold the depths of Hindu mysticism and enlighten him about realisation of the oneness of 'Atman' (self) and 'Brahman' (Supreme Being), state of liberation known as 'Moksha', etc.
He pointed out that if Madonna needed help in further exploring the depths of Hinduism or any aspects of it, Hindu scholars would gladly share their knowledge.
Hinduism is meant to unite and not divide, he added.
''Ancient Hindu wisdom is open to all and we are willing to clear any misunderstandings about it'', Mr Zed said.
BAFTA nominated Guy Stuart Ritchie is known for ''Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels'', a 1998 crime movie. Golden Globe winner Madonna, also known as 'The Material Girl', played Argentinean Eva Peron in the movie ''Evita''.
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