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World Religion Report HUM 130May 1, 2014DeAnna Maddox
Hinduism originated from India, which is said to be one of the hardest religions to understand. Hinduism does not seem to have a direct theme as other religious practices. After, accumulating additional knowledge of Hinduism I noticed it is a mixture of religious, idealistic thoughts and practices of other cultures. Hinduism religion followed by educating the Vedas (holy text). The Vedas is followed by all whom practice Hinduism worship Hinduism. Guidance through hardship, empowering positive aspects instead of negative, prayers book of Vedas. Unlike other religious groups those who practice Hinduism worship Several Gods instead of one (Fisher, 2005). Hindu consider the religion of Hinduism as an eternal life change instead of a religion.Having more than a billion followers show Hinduism is a religion that many worship, which makes it the third largest religion worldwide. Learning that the religion does not have a combined system of beliefs. Hinduism beliefs are the act of fate. Many whom seem to be affected by poverty such as AIDS and HIV Sufferers are believed to have an accumulation of badfate throughout life (Sprunger, 2005). In order to be a strong believer and have a God-like image,you must be dedicated to follow the path of your religion. Also have aspiration to have become liberated form the life cycle and be united with Brahman. In addition to beliefs of Hinduism you must behave and conduct yourself in a certain manner, for example, precision, reparation, determination, prayers, truthfulness, contentment, purity, and most the most vital of all celibacy.Most Hinduism aspects is viewed upon influences by cultural and societal. Cultural and societal influences have allowed Hinduism to be an important and long-term part of the religion. The religion has spread, by the people of India with use of social systems and many traditions. Hinduism contain many ideologies and folklores that allowed a roundabout path for the divine tointeract and take on many images for them to interact with humans. It is said within the cultural
tradition the Gods would either protector punish one depending how well the rituals were performed. Those whom practice Hinduism Religion is a common objective in life to worship and please multiple Gods.Passing the tradition of Hinduism through generations is vital in order to explain the honor, love, and dedication of past deities. Hindu’s wrap their life in rituals, for example from

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