If all stood firmly in the religion they believe in and follow its culture, there was no need for any conversion, he said at a function in Sivagiri Math here.
   
However, if there was consensus among poitical parties on this matter, governmemnt would think of brining an anti-conversion law, Singh said.
 
He was speaking at the 82nd Sivagiri pilgrimage at the math where the 19th century social reformer and sage Sree Narayana Guru was enlightend and got salvation.
 
Narayana Guru was a great spiritual leader who heralded a progressive movement in the state, Singh said.
 
Whenever the country passed through difficult time, divine incarnation had manifested like Narayana Guru, he pointed out.
 
The waves of progressive movement started by the Guru were still cotinuing in the country, he added.
 
The Sivagiri Mutt is the headquarters of the Sree Narayana Dharma Sangham, an organisation established by the Guru to propagate his doctrine 'One Caste, One Religion, One God for
Man'.

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