The Centre to Hinduism is the God Brahman. He is the universal soul which is found in everything. Brahman is worshipped in a variety of forms, including Vishnu, Krishna, Rama, Shiva and several others. Hinduism does not have any founder. Hindus believe that life is a cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. Hindus believe that every action has an effect and there is a cause for everything. This is called the law of Karma. Hindus believe that the soul passes through a cycle of lives and that the next life is dependent on how the previous life was lived.
The existence of suffering and evil in Hinduism is the concept of karma. Karma is at the same time the easiest of idea and the most difficult one. The word Karma itself means action. Karma is known as the universal law of cause and effect. When a person does something, it has an effect: good actions have good effects, bad actions have bad effects. Thoughts have effects as well. When a person dies, all of his or her karma is added up. A "positive balance" leads to a more positive rebirth; a "negative balance" leads to a more negative rebirth. It is said that if you have done positive things in your life, your rebirth may result to a better