Well I just joined think atheist so id like to tell you a bit about myself.
My story? I was born (Mumbai, India) - became an atheist when i could reason - continued being an atheist in school and college (typical - Oh my gods! with 10 heads, rituals, idols, millions of gods, superstitions) - then took advice from my agnostic father "Know everything thing about what you are leaving to know why you are really leaving" - so i studied hinduism - then studied hindu philosophy - now i am an atheist, but with a little twist... lets just say I "evolved" from an atheist to an athiest hindu. NO i don't believe in hindu God or Gods, but believe in philosophies inherent in hinduism that are atheistic.
So an atheist hindu... is it possible? I believe so. I am one. And yes i know what an oxymoron is. Or how it makes no sense. Just like one cant be a married bachelor, or be a virgin mother. Oh wait... LOL that was easy.
Do i know everything about being an atheist hindu? No. But i believe i am on the right track for myself.
I am not here to promote any religion or to rant and malign one. But i'm here to share and discuss a point of view about the schools of atheism in hinduism and my journey.
Feel free to inquire if you wish. I will write about my journey as soon as I can find time from work.
ps. English isn't my first language but ill try to keep it free from grammatical error.