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    Christianity, Hinduism is portrayed as a family of beliefs. “Hinduism unites the worship of many gods with a belief in a single divine reality” (Molloy, 75). Hinduism can be compared to that of the Ganga Ma, a significant river in the Indian culture. Comparing it with the river saying that it flows and gains momentum. The Hindus have four very important life goals; kama or pleasure, artha or economic security, dharma or social and religious duty, and moksha or complete freedom. While Hinduism consist of

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    The concepts of God and the divine throughout different religions are both shockingly similar and vastly different. There are so many people in this world and each possess their own vision of who or what God is, as there were in the past. Medieval philosophy has provided us with so much fodder for religious debates, mostly revolving around God and the divine. The Hindus have been around for an estimated 5000 years, the Christians for 2000 and the Muslims formed about 600 years after that. These

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    In our world, religions professed by people are many and when you travel you can get in contact with a lot of them. This article will talk about the two main religions in India subcontinental: Buddhism and Hinduism. 
Hinduism and Buddhism influence each other in may ways; but the have developed some differences. Let start from the beginning.. The Buddha is an important figure in both religions; he was born as Siddhartha Gautama, in a Hindu family and grew up, not as a God or a prophet, he was a normal

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    Hinduism, Buddhism, and Shintoism Both Hinduism and Buddhism originated in India. Hinduism originated first when around 1500 B.C the Indian civilization was overtaken by an invasion of pastoral nomads from around the Caspian Sea, north of Persia. These nomads continued to invade the region over several hundred years, conquering and settling among the native people. As a result of the clashes between these two cultures Hinduism emerged as a result of the fusion of the beliefs that the native people

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    the regions and nations of the world. Hinduism and Buddhism were both major religions that were followed in ancient India. The two religions had very similar values but also had variations between them. The two religions created values and morals that impacted many people everywhere. Buddhism and Hinduism both had a major impact in shaping India and the world in total. Hinduism was started in 1500 B.C in ancient India . Unlike most other religions, Hinduism does not have a known founder or a formal

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    injected into it’s citizens heads through the law. The belief in any religion is a core part of a humans morals so the act of linking political power to religious authority is automatic when it comes to major religions like Buddhism, Christianity, and Hinduism. Every ruler in every society has a moral code, and a large part of their moral code is based on their religious beliefs- so it wouldn’t be too hard to pick out the morals they’ve been putting into their laws and regulations. The opposite, however

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    Comparing Hinduism and Buddhism While Hinduism and Buddhism come from the same cultural backgrounds, they are extremely diverse in their beliefs on afterlife, deity, and rituals. Both religions believe in reincarnation, but it is where an individual goes after he or she gets off the endless cycle that differs. These religions also part when it comes to whom they do or do not worship. Every religion comes with rituals and Hinduism and Buddhism are no exceptions. Hindu followers have no doubt they

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    Comparing Buddhism and Hinduism As mentioned at the first meeting of our seminar, I originally took this class to fulfill a requirement set forth by the Hutchins School. However upon a little investigation and contemplation of my own, I have begun to think that I might find myself truly enjoying this class. Never having been much of a religious person, I suppose I've shied away from the ideas of organized religion. Though this may always be the case for me, I have recently developed a

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    impact is the creation of Hinduism and, later, of Buddhism. These two religions and philosophies are similar in many ways, but also have significant differences. An important element of ancient and modern Indian society, as well as of Hinduism, is the idea of a caste system, separating the social classes with very little possibility for change. The caste system has an important role in Hinduism, and Buddhism came about as a reaction to the inequality present in Hinduism. Hinduism and Buddhism, while similar

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    Judaism and Hinduism Michelle Zhang Georgia Military College Judaism and Hinduism Judaism and Hinduism are two widely known and oldest religions in the world. Both of these religions have sacred texts and laws that are still used and followed today. Judaism and Hinduism both have social class systems that separate the higher religious followers from the average person (Hutchinson, 2017a) (Levinson, 2017). Judaism is a religion that is monotheistic, belief in one god (Hutchinson, 2017a). Those

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