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    Hinduism may be looked down upon because of the belief that cows are sacred, but the reason they should think of them as so is because in their eyes it is the reborn version of a highly ranked person in their world, it is part of their deep culture to stand by with it, and it could possibly be part of their family tree, there are three things people do not know about the hindu religion and most of those are symbols, how their custom work, and what their holy days are, Symbols, The first unknown

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    Hinduism is one big family of beliefs that unites the worship of many gods with a belief in a single divine reality. Hinduism does not have an identifiable founder nor a structure in place to defend it and spread its guidance, or a creed to steady its beliefs. At first many of its teachings and scriptures were passed down orally but eventually, were written down for all to cherish. In Christianity we find that Jesus is the originator of this religion, and is purely a missionary religion. Traveling

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    Hinduism and Judaism both have different views on their believes of social mobility. Hinduism unlike Judaism, believe that social hierarchy is legit. Judaism believed that everyone is equal. Judaism and Hinduism both view gender is similar ways. According to Hinduism and Judaism, the female was created as part of the duality in creation, to provide company for the men, to procreate, and to teach their religious tradition to their children. Hinduism, unlike Judaism, believe in reincarnation or the

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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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    1 Islam and Hinduism are two religions that may not overtly seem to have much in common with one another, but there are actually many ways that they can be compared. I will be comparing multiple elements of these religions in an attempt to better understand what makes them similar as well as what makes them unique. The elements of religion I will be covering in this essay are founders, history, practices, teachings, worship, scripture, worldview and ultimate goals. The objective for this essay is

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    afterlife has become a controversial subject across many religions. Religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism have provided a multitude of similar and different analysis behind their specific beliefs and practices. Similar to many religions practiced around the world, Hinduism portrays a great amount of belief in worshipping gods that they believe play a special role in their history. Though when speaking of Hinduism, I should mention that it does not consist of a single, dominant religion. It is a

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    Southeast Asia, particularly India, is the birthplace of many religions. India is where these two religions arose: Buddhism and Hinduism. Hinduism is a very ancient belief system derived from the lifestyle of Southeast Asia. It still has a strong presence in its place of origin and it is characterized as a family of religions. An offspring of Hinduism, Buddhism is also a family of religions, except it has less of a strong presence in its place of birth. Yet, situated to the East area of the world

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    Buddhism and Hinduism are two popular religions that were found in India. It is commonly thought that Buddhism and Hinduism are very similar religions, some may even think they are the same. This thought comes up for many reasons including their spiritual practices, place of origin, and the problem they believe life has. To many, it would be a surprise to learn how different these two religions truly are from one another regardless of how much they resemble each other. Hindus tend to see the world

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    Most of these religions are based off the belief in a god, or have a moral code that they need to follow in order to appease their god or achieve salvation in the afterlife. Three religions that will be highlighted here are Buddhism, Sikhism, and Hinduism. In each of these three religions, they all share some religious tenets, or beliefs, that is universally accepted amongst all religions around the world and throughout history. Some of these tenets include the belief in a god or a Supreme Being.

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    India, Hinduism and Sikhism, are often the targeted audiences of the stereotyping of the western popular culture. Originated and practiced primarily by the majorities in India, hinduism is the third largest religion with more than 900 million followers around the world. Hinduism is very diverse because it is a polytheistic religion with about 330 million gods and goddesses. Many people believe that they believe and pray all their gods and goddesses but that is just of of the stereotype. Hinduism is

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