Hinduism has many teachings and practices, such as the steps to reach moksha, the origin of Hinduism and the importance of the cow. Hindus believe that each individual soul can become one with the world soul after they understand the relationship between Atman and Brahman. In order to reach Moksha Hindus have to follow a set of rules called dharma. Dharma tells Hindus how to live properly so they will have good karma, Hindus always have to respect the caste system and the laws. During the process of reaching Moksha Hindus have to follow dharma, if Hindus follow the rules they will get good karma, Karma is good deeps or actions Hindus have done in their life. If Hindus make the best of their life’s, follow their dharma, and have good karma than theirs a possibly in their next life their soul will be reborn into a higher class or a better life. According to Hindus after a Hindu dies their body gets reincarnated into another newly born animal or human soul. Reincarnation is a person’s reward or punishment for their previous life until Moksha is achieved. If a Hindu has a difficult life now, they are just getting what they deserve from... [continues]
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