My question How to introduce Hinduism to Children? was closed as "primarily opinion-based."
The SE standard explanation is:
Many good questions generate some degree of opinion based on expert experience, but answers to this question will tend to be almost entirely based on opinions, rather than facts, references, or specific expertise.", the answers have been some expert experience opinions and some reference to text, how can this question be closed what is the logic
After explaining my question, I have asked:
"Even better, is there a prescribed way to do this in any of our literature?"
This question only has two answers (if you really know it), "Yes there is an evidence" (which was provided in some of the answers in that question) or if you are a REAL EXPERT who knows everything, say "No there is none, Hinduism it to be taught as you wish because it is what you think it is"
How can this question be closed as "opinion-based" and if that is the case and Hinduism is not definable by facts, anything asked on this site is opinion based unless you are talking of things like how many pages did the original book Ramayana contain, which add very little to the understanding of the sum and substance of Hinduism.
The title of the original question has been now been changed to:
What do Hindu scriptures or Gurus say on How to Introduce Hinduism to Children?
The language in the body of the question is also now slightly modified to prevent individuals from writing their personal views as answers.
After making the above changes, through voting, the question is now re-opened.