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  • Founder of Hinduism
    Hinduism was never founded by one. Indus River divides the Indian Peninsula from the Mediterranean region. The followers of Islam... who repeatedly attacked India from the West used to cross the Indus River before entering India. The always pronounced H for I! With passage of time they started calling people living across the Indus as Hindus.

  • Hindu Devas
    According to Bhagavad Gita... the most sacred Scripture of Hinduism... the doctrine given to mankind by Lord Krishna (an Avatar)... every Hindu Deva (aka Devta in Hinduism) having gained enlightenment (kaivalya jnana) and salvation (moksha) lives in the kingdom of God (aka Vaikuntha in Hinduism)... a point of no return! Having reached the kingdom of God no soul atman can again manifest a body. It has already regained its pristine pure original form.
  • Hinduism Beliefs
    In Hinduism there is a belief that there are above 320 million gods. How does it matter... how many gods are prayed to! The essence lies in the fact that we understand the true entity of God... gain enlightenment (kaivalya jnana) at the earliest and finally reach the stage of salvation (moksha).
  • Hinduism questions
    Hinduism is a very open religion. It has no bindings whatsoever. It is totally unorganized... the prime reason why it was subjected to slavery for over 600 years. The patience, persistence and perseverance that are practiced in India are without a parallel. It even exceeded its limits. Even when the enemy was at the door... they did not unite and ultimately lost the fight.
  • Hindus prayers
    Hinduism is a very open religion. It is not bound by the dogmas as exists in Christianity and also Islamic Dharma. Whenever a human being... a true Hindu is free to worship God... one says his prayers. Even while eating one can say his prayers! While on work or even partially in sleep (subconscious state)... Hindus often say their prayers.
  • Know Hinduism
    Hinduism religion is the foremost of all religions existent in world today. The teachings of Hinduism lead the follower of the spiritual path to its logistical end... the stage of enlightenment (kaivalya jnana) and finally salvation (moksha). No other religion preaches that human beings can reach the level of Mahavira, Gautama Buddha, Jesus Christ or Prophet Mohammed except Hinduism and Jainism.
  • Lord Brahma Hinduism
    In Hinduism, Lord Brahma forms part of the Hindus Trinity consisting of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh (Shiva). Brahma is the creative attribute of God Almighty. Brahma is considered responsible for all creation that exists in the Cosmos. Vishnu is considered the maintainer. One who looks after the running of the whole Cosmos! Mahesh (aka Shiva) is the deadliest of all... the most powerful among all the attributes of God Almighty. Shiva is attributed the power of ultimate governance... controlling the death of all bodies.
  • Untouchability Hinduism
    Untouchability was practiced long ago in India. Those were the time of the Vedas. Pundits and Acharyas never allowed people from the Shudra community (those destined to menial jobs) to wander near the temples. They were even prohibited to draw water from the same wells. The pundits and Acharyas considered it their sole right to know the inner depths of the wisdom. They prohibited the Shudra to gain the wisdom by any means.

  • Teachings of Hinduism
    Some of the primary teachings of Hinduism contain elaborate explanations of the essence of life! Who is a human being, what is our relationship with the lower forms like insects, plants and animals, who is God Almighty, how is big bang created, why God Almighty created the Cosmos, the doctrine of karma, meaning of Dharma, the importance of meditation and yoga, practicing absolute celibacy, traveling the path of absolute truthfulness, what is a soul atman, relationship between a soul atman and God Almighty etc. are some of the queries the answers of which can be found in Bhagavad Gita... the doctrine given to mankind by Lord Krishna in Mahabharata!
  • Views on Hinduism
    Hinduism primarily is not a religion... it is a way of life! It is Hinduism which explains to the world that our mortal world is ephemeral in nature. Our soul atman within the body is the real essence of life. Our soul atman within has taken the body to work out its karma. The moment the complete dross within removes... the soul atman regains its prime pure pristine original form and goes back to the kingdom of God (aka Vaikuntha in Hinduism).
  • Ultimate Religion
    Yes, Hinduism is the ultimate religion. It gives the gist of life in terms even a commoner understands. The doctrine of Bhagavad Gita... given to humanity by Lord Krishna in the battle of Mahabharata is without a parallel. Bhagavad Gita contains everything that is worth knowable by a human being. The knower of Bhagavad Gita becomes the knower of all!


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