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Unformatted text preview: Lesson Title: Hinduism Group Members: Leader: Espinosa, Harlan A. Members: Gonzales, Alexis Ioannes M. Valdellon, John Benedict B. Borja, Jason M. Berroy, Red D. Francisco, Noah Johndan C. Bucad, Heherson F. Cajayon, Lawrence Jerome I. Key Concepts: Key Concepts: Type of religion – Type of religion – henotheism; trimurti, the many henotheism; trimurti, the many deities, etc. deities, etc. Caste system as related to Caste system as related to karma and Reincarnation and karma and Reincarnation and moksha moksha Samsara Samsara Four duties Four duties HINDUISM • it is the oldest of all living religions • it is not born of the teachings of particular prophets • it is not based on a set of dogmas preached by a particular set of teachers (it is free from religious fanaticism) • also known by the names Sanatana- Dharma (means eternal religion) and Vaidika-Dharma (means the religion of the Vedas) TYPE OF RELIGION HENOTHEISM • belief in one god without denying the existence of other gods. From the Greek for one ("heis, mia, hen") and the Greek for god ("theos") TRIMURTI composed of three beings:- Brahma - Vishnu- Shiva • nothing in the universe is created, preserved, or destroyed without the mutual agreement of all three aspects of the Supreme Being • is often depicted as a man with three heads sharing one body • is the creator of the universe, and all living things are said to have evolved from him • is the god of sacrifice, and unlike the other Hindu deities, he does not carry a weapon BRAHMA (CREATOR) VISHNU (PRESERVER) • is the preserver of the universe • he represents kindness, compassion, mercy, protection, and general goodness • responsible for the destruction of the universe • a god of darkness who is sometimes described as an "angry god“ SHIVA (DESTROYER) CASTE SYSTEM...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course ANY 191 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '12 term at Mapúa Institute of Technology.

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