Contemporary usage has modified "belief in all religions" to refer more to an acceptance of the legitimacy of all religions . The OED elaborates that an omnist believes "in a single transcendent purpose or cause uniting all things or people". That is not necessarily the conclusion of those who describe themselves as omnists. Some omnists interpret this to mean that all religions contain varying elements of a common truth, or place omnism in opposition to dogmatism , in that omnists are open to potential truths from all religions. However, as with modern physics, this does not mean that there is a single transcendent purpose or cause that unites. There may indeed be an infinite number of possibilities, or a deeper form of uncertainty in reality. There may be an influence more akin to existentialism in which consciousness is a power or force that helps determine the reality, yet is not a divine influence.
* Harappa cities were one of the oldest cities in the Indian subcontinent.
* Cities were divided into two or more parts with the higher one known as the citadel. Walls of baked brick can last for thousands of years.
* Planning of the City: Special prominence was given to the citadel. We can find special buildings in the citadel. For eg; in Mohenjodaro a special tank called Great bath was built. Other cities like Kalibangan and Lothal have fire alters where special sacrifices can be performed. Some cities like Mohenjodaro, Harappa, Lothal have elaborate store houses too.
* Houses and Streets: Houses were of one or two storeys and built around a courtyard. Most houses have separate bathing area and wells to supply water. Many cities have covered drains.
* City Life: City was a very busy place. Trade in metal and precious stones existed with far off places. There were crafts persons who made special seals made of carnelian, statues made of bronze etc. terracotta toys with which children used to play with. They also used seals for authentication.
* Occupation: It was mostly a farming community. People living in countryside, grew crops and reared animals. They grew many crops like Wheat, Barley, mustard, rice, pulses etc.
He spread rumors himself that angels come to listen to his lectures: On one hand Maskeen Ji used to tell good things in his lectures, but on the other hand he used to tell unscientific and ludicrous things very often. Recorded audios and videos are witness to my writing. One lie that he often used to tell on his stages is: “angels and gods come to listen my lectures. They are not visible to anybody but just to me”. Maskeen Ji had no regret to tell this one more lie that with faith in Naam a human can become bodyless and within a flash of an eye can go anywhere he wants to. In Maskeen Ji’s own words, “I have seen these type of people”. I don’t know which religion Maskeen Ji had been serving with these kinds of lies? Why he himself could not become bodyless with the power of 40-50 years of his own Naam faith? There would have been no need for automobiles, planes and ships.