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    Hinduism Hinduism is like most of the other Indian religion ways that have been categorized together as if they were a single tradition. The term Hinduism is derived from the name that has been applied by foreigners to people who are living in the region of the Indus River (pg. 71). This was introduced in the nineteenth century under the colonial British rule that was a category for census-taking (pg. 71). There are Indians that are now asserted that the Western analysis of Hinduism

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    and understanding” is based on Hinduism. This project posse the information one requires for basic understanding and awareness of Hinduism. We tried our level best to gather more and more information. This project answers many questions what one wants to ask in order to understand this faith. Our work carries the information taken from the books on Hinduism as well as the interviews of people. Our work also discusses the misunderstandings regarding Hinduism created by the people of different

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    Part One: The worldview I have to write about is Hinduism. One interesting fact about Hinduism is that it has no founder‚ no timeline. · The Questions of Origin: Hindus believe that God and the universe are one or the same thing. “Pantheism views God as an infinite‚ impersonal force (Weider &Gutierrez‚ 56). They do believe in God but they don’t believe that he is the created of anything that everything was already here before he came. · The Question of Identity: “Pantheists consider

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    From 1648 Hinduism With over 900 million followers‚ Hinduism is the third largest religion today. Only Christianity and Islam have more. The major difference between them though‚ is that Hinduism did not spread like the other two religions. Out of the 900 million followers that the Hindu religion has‚ only 20 million are located outside of India. The religion barely spread outside of India‚ mainly because of how the Hindu religion is followed and how its culture is. Hinduism has a very rich

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    Hinduism as a whole is a simple yet complex religion that has had a great impact on the region of its conception. The Hindu religion as a whole has one ultimate goal and that is to become liberated from the earthly existence we know and to be without worldly limitations of this earth. Even though Hinduism lacks a uniting belief system there are many aspects that make Hinduism a religion. There are also many cultural and societal influences that have made Hinduism a vital influence to many across

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    Hinduism 70+1000=1070 Introduction Hinduism is the third most popular religion in the world after Christianity and Islam. Their origin comes from India in a place called the Indus Valley‚ which actually pertains to Pakistan. Is considered one of the most archaic religion ways and is the result of an enormous variety of religious traditions‚ ranging from innumerable small‚ unsophisticated cults to the major religious movements with millions of adherents spread over the entire subcontinent. It

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    great religion work of the Aryans - the Rig Veda. The Veda and the Brahmins‚ the priests‚ came to hold a most prominent place in Vedic society. By about the forth century B.C. Hinduism had supplanted the older Vedic faith and became supreme. During this period two new religions Buddhism and Jainism developed out of Hinduism. The basic institution of the society was the extended family. The family consisted of eldest male and his wife‚ their sons‚ grandsons and heir wives and children and unmarried

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    Professor Roy Shaff World Religions March 11‚ 2012   Hinduism is a very complex religion that consists of a variety of beliefs and traditions. The Indian religion embraces the belief and practices of Hindu. Hinduism is a religion of many gods and goddesses. There are many elements that characterize the Hindu religion. The oldest and most sacred scriptures‚ is the Vedas which originated around fifteen hundred B.C. The Hindu people believe that Vedas is timeless. Veda means “knowledge”

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    Hinduism Chandler W. Morgan HUM/130 3/10/2013 Dr. Virginia Merlini Hinduism Paper Hinduism originated in India around 2000 B.C.E. (Before Common Era). At the time of origination Hinduism had 1‚000‚000‚000 followers (Reincarnation of Hinduism‚ 2012). This religion has originated from the ancient Vedic Age and other indigenous beliefs. Incorporated over time‚ Hindu religion comes in many different religious beliefs. Hindu religion includes Dharma‚ meaning religion‚ encompasses

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    Hinduism Hinduism is the predominant religion of the Indian subcontinent‚ and one of its native religions. Hinduism includes Shaivism‚ Vaishnavism and Śrauta among numerous other traditions. It also includes historical groups‚ for example the Kapalikas. Among other practices and philosophies‚ Hinduism includes a wide spectrum of laws and prescriptions of "daily morality" based on karma‚ dharma‚ and societal norms. Hinduism is a conglomeration of distinct intellectual or philosophical points of

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