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Religions of India Two of the early religions of India are Hinduism and Buddhism. These two practices believed in passionate spirituality rather than rituals. Both sects were accepted by governing bodies. They also gave hope to the commoners of society which in turn gave them popularity. In Buddhism, the goal of spirituality is to gain enlightenment and to end suffering. In doing so Buddhist followers would end the cycle of incarnation. With Hinduism, a person could achieve salvation without renunciation and detachment. Hindu practices allowed its supporters to
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Unformatted text preview: live active lives and provide for their families. Hinduism could be a more stable way of life for government and citizens for several reasons. One it had the means to meet the needs of regular people. If someone had the ability to gain the proper balance of dharma, artha, and kama they would receive salvation and it would make them reverential. Having respect can help with agreeing on issues of the state....
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