This journal aims to determine the factors of conflict and inter-religious conflict resolution methods in India especially in Southern parts of India .To get the accurate data and the results of the original, this study uses a qualitative approach by means of direct observation and interviews of people following different religions.
After doing research with a qualitative approach, the results found that conflict in this area stems from historical conflicts. While mostly the conflict related to the religion and culture are small and low but sometime these conflict become too dangerous for people of different religion fighting for their rights in society. The method to reduce conflict is done by building commitment of togetherness and support public leaders mediating conflicting parties. The dual role of religious leaders disseminate the universal values of religion and local wisdom that functioned to preserve harmony. Conducting dialogue across religious and ethnic communities of the various elements to be mutually open, honest and willing to understand and appreciate the heterogeneity of the religious community as a gift from God should be created, so that India should become more peaceful country.Introduction:- In the last several years, there occurred hundreds cases of religious violations includes the imposition of the will, vigilantism, harassment and violence.
Violations of religious freedom are often cited people both at home and abroad. For Example In the Kashmir region, approximately 300 Kashmiri Pandits were killed between September 1989 to 1990 in various incidents. In early 1990, local Urdu newspapers Aftab and Al Safa called upon Kashmiris to wage jihad against India and ordered the expulsion of all Hindus choosing to remain in Kashmir.In the following days masked men ran in the streets with AK-47 shooting to kill Hindus who would not leave. Notices were placed on the houses of all Hindus, telling them to leave within 24 hours or die. The separatist group National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) has proclaimed bans on Hindu worship and has attacked animist Reangs and Hindu Jamatia tribesmen in the state of Tripura. Some resisting tribal leaders have been killed and some tribal women raped.
According to The Government of Tripura, the Baptist Church of Tripura is involved in supporting the NLFT and arrested two church officials in 2000, one of them for possessing explosives. In late 2004, the National Liberation Front of Tripura banned all Hindu celebrations of Durga Puja and Saraswati Puja. The Naga insurgency, militants have attempted to exploit Christian ideological base for their cause.