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Hinduism Paper - Hinduism Paper The Hindu religion lacks a...

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Hinduism Paper The Hindu religion lacks a uniting belief system; the Hindi religion is highly diversified, whereas only a few tenets of faith have been accepted by most Hindu’s, “scholars have found it difficult to identify any doctrines with universal acceptance in all doctrines”. (Wikipedia 2008). Hinduism is an old religion that has no founder or known time frame when it was created. Hinduism comes from the word “India” that also serves religious coulters and ideas that has developed in India for more than a thousand years. The Hindu society worships one or more gods that are called “Deities”; they also believe in reincarnation and enjoy mediation. Hinduism is also known to have a celebration for almost everything. “The Hindu's have always known the way of thinking of freedom of action, for the reason that they had a perfect religion, a religion on which one aspect of God was described as human, and their various Diva’s are nothing but various characteristics of human nature, each of them are adored and worshipped. In this way not only God, but the whole human nature in all its aspects was adorned and worshipped.
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