Hinduism - Hinduism 1 Hinduism Carmela West Axia College of...

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Hinduism 2 Hinduism is more like beliefs and traditions rather than a religion. Hinduism is considered to be monotheistic in the sense they worship one God and believe that is just one symbol of the Supreme God. Hindu has a strong belief in Karma as a reality and in each rebirth is determined through Karma. Brahman is the greatest worship and is thought to be the supreme reality. Aside from Brahman, the most worshiped deities are Shiva, Vishnu, and Shakthi (Devi). Hinduism search for blessings from other Gods as well as the Supreme Being. Hinduism has a belief during worship of chanting, “Mantra” which is the meaning for prayer, dedication, and is thought to take one’s mind to the Holy. Chanting allows the Hindu to make peace with the Gods. Hinduism is one of the oldest organized religions in the world. Most of the traditions years ago are still practiced among the Hindu today. There are different types of Hinduism beliefs but Vedas is practiced by all. The Vedas to the Hindu is like bible to the Christians. Rig Vedas is one of the oldest scriptures that explain the controlling forces of the cosmos. Hinduism refers to a philosophical system that help the
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