In Class Notes - I n Class Notes for Test #2 2/15/10 Early...

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In Class Notes for Test #2 2/15/10 Early Hinduism does not begin with a prophet or singular event of God speaking out or carrying out an act to create it. Hinduism does not have the kind of beginning as Islam, Christianity, or Judaism. o Did not begin with a gospel or savior or with one god with one act. Hinduism began under the influence of a dominating nomadic people who presented myths that worked in their favor. o They started migrating in North West Europe and moved south-south- east into the Indus river valley. o They were called the Nomadic Aryans. There were people who were already living in the Indus River Valley at the time of the Nomadic Aryan’s arrival. o They were called the Dasas. o There were more of them and yet they were dominated by the Aryans. o The Dasas called the Aryans Deva’s, which means shining ones. The Aryans dominated/exploited the Dasas and the Indus River Valley. o
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2010 for the course PHL 111 taught by Professor Eskridge during the Spring '10 term at Community College of Allegheny County.

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