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MY FILE WAS UPLOADING AND TAKING A LONG TIME AND DIDN’T WANT TO BE ANOTHER DAY LATE AND ATTEMPTED TO OPEN NEW WINDOW AND SEND FILE AGAIN…IF I MAY ASK FOR A 1 MINUTE “BUFFER” BEING 12:01 WHEN FINALLY UPLOADED…THANKS AND THIS VERSION SHOULD BE EASIER TO READ. B.C. 8000- 6000 bce - vedas heard by rishis, carried orally 3102 bce – beginning of kali yuga, and recorded was vishnu incarnates as vyasa who writes down the vedas 2500-1500 – harappan civilization his life produces insight and wisdom leading to this wisdom and experiencing enlightenment, and nirvana. (1130-1200) life of zhu xi 1911 last imperial dynasty overthrown. confucianism de- established as state religion. 1949 onward mao zedong red book replaces confucian classica. (960-1280) taiji quan appears northen daoist sects flourish. 1911 imperial dynasty overthrown. 1950 national association of daoism (white clouds temple, beijing). 1966-1976 temples and books destroyed. 1990-2000 daoist HUM 130
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MY FILE WAS UPLOADING AND TAKING A LONG TIME AND DIDN’T WANT TO BE ANOTHER DAY LATE AND ATTEMPTED TO OPEN NEW WINDOW AND SEND FILE AGAIN…IF I MAY ASK FOR A 1 MINUTE “BUFFER” BEING 12:01 WHEN FINALLY UPLOADED…THANKS AND THIS VERSION SHOULD BE EASIER TO READ. 2000-900 aryan invasions of north india 1500 – early vedas first written 900-700 brahmanas written 600-400 upanishads recorded while bhakti increases numbers 1966-1976 temples and books destroyed. 1989 scholars’ requests refused HUM 130
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MY FILE WAS UPLOADING AND TAKING A LONG TIME AND DIDN’T WANT TO BE ANOTHER DAY LATE AND ATTEMPTED TO OPEN NEW WINDOW AND SEND FILE AGAIN…IF I MAY ASK FOR A 1 MINUTE “BUFFER” BEING 12:01 WHEN FINALLY UPLOADED…THANKS AND THIS VERSION SHOULD BE EASIER TO READ. CENTRAL BELIEFS Hinduism is tolerant of all other religious beliefs and sees goodness in all of them. Others that were followed and practiced: Dharma: ethics and duties samsara: cycle of birth, life and rebirth karma: action The search for inner truth is more important than material things. The belief is, the “four nobal truths” 1. life involves suffering, is imperfect and unsatisfactory. 2. suffering originates in our desires. 3. suffering will cease if all desires cease. 4. there is a way to realize this state: the Noble central belief of Confucianism is to live in harmony with the "Way (Tao) of Heaven" by believing in simple ways including humans are naturally good. respect and follow elders. worship your ancestors. Also strong influence by ying & yang keeping balance and harmony in life.
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