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    Hinduism is very different. It thrives on diversity. Every community is seen as unique, with its own gods, its own vocation and its own beliefs and practices. As between trees and animals in the forest, there is tension between communities as they compete for resources, resulting in fluid hierarchy. Some communities, hence some gods, become more important than others, but not forever. There is always someone centre stage, someone at the periphery, but it is dynamic. Diversity breeds hierarchy, but when it becomes stagnant, it institutionalises inequality.

    Q. What is the most logical corollary to the above passage?

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    1. Diversity is not desirable as it leads to competition

    2. Hinduism can thrive only in those places which have diversity

    3. The practice of worshipping many gods is central to the idea of diversity

    4. Equality is central to Hindu philosophy which helps in establishing a dynamic diverse society

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