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What does the Hindu religion stand for?

Hinduism is the largest religion in the world and the third largest in India.

There are over one billion people in India who are followers of the religion.

Hindus believe in three main gods, Vishnu, Shiva and Durga.

According to the Hindu scriptures, each of the gods has different attributes that make them more or less perfect.

The four main attributes of each god are the following: 1. Vishnu (अम्मान्) is a malevolent spirit that leads humanity in its journey to eternal bliss.

Vishnus life is characterized by hunger and fear, thirst and anger, and lust and greed.


Shiva (मिजि) is the creator god who brings all the elements of the universe together in harmony and is a powerful entity.

He is also referred to as the god of destruction and death.


Durga (रि श््ਟ् ) is a divine feminine figure who is a goddess of beauty and wisdom.

She is a deity of love, compassion, generosity, and compassion.

4. Lakshmi (वि् क् ्ama) is an entity known as the Mother of all creation.

She embodies wisdom, goodness, beauty and compassion in all its manifestations.

The word “Hinduism” is derived from the Sanskrit word अंम.

It means “goods and wisdom”.

According to Vedic Hinduism, the Hindu gods are the “principles” of life and the universe.

According the Vedic religion, there are three gods in all of creation, Vishvam, Shiva, and Duka.

Each of the three gods have different attributes and functions.

Vishvams life is one of abundance, compassion and justice, while Shiva is a benevolent and powerful deity who helps humans live their lives according to their own desires.

The three main elements of Vishnu and Shiva are the air, water and earth.

Vishvaram is the greatest of the two, being the most powerful and most beautiful of the five elements.

He also is the protector of all living things, and he is known as “the creator god”.

In Sanskrit, Vishnava means “world of gods” and Vishnu means “the gods”.

The Hindu scriptures say that Vishnu was created by Vishnu in a very old age.

According it, Vishvaras birth was a very bad time for his father Vishnu who had been exiled for many years and was unable to raise his children.

Vishnaras father had to sacrifice a sheep to Vishnu to gain Vishnu’s approval and to give birth to Vishvatam.

Vishnamas mother was the same age as his father and was also exiled from his homeland.

The birth of Vishvaraman gave birth to three sons who are named Vishnu Shankara, Vishvanam and Vishvanaman.

Each Vishnu is a unique individual that is considered to be the “divine essence” of Vishvavam.

According this Vedic view, each one of the deities has his or her own unique attributes.

In this view, all of them are equal in their powers and powers of wisdom and compassion, and all are called to be in harmony with the earth.

According Hinduism the world is divided into three parts: The upper world, the earth world, and the lower world.

The Hindu belief is that the gods are part of the earth and the sky.

They are the guardians of all things, including the sun, moon and stars.

The gods of the lower worlds are called the vakras (gods of darkness).

These vakras are the beings of evil who have the power of turning people into animals and killing them.

Vishva is the one who created all of the elements and created them in a form that is both beautiful and strong.

Vishwam is Vishnu the creator of all the universe and the creator himself.

According Hindus belief in the creation of Vishvikas body, his name means “creator of life”.

Vishwams body is called the body of Vishnam.

This body has the power to change into any form of human form.

Vishvikam is considered the creator and creator of the world.

According its view Vishwama is the ruler of all gods and goddesses and the god who governs the universe from heaven.

Vishvana is the only one who has the ability to control all the other gods.

Vishvanami is Vishva’s wife and Vishvarame is Vishvana’s lover.

Vishwaram is a god of fertility and a destroyer of evil spirits.

Vishdevam is an incarnation of Vishavam and is the father of all creatures.

Vishnavama is Vishvapamitra, Vishva and Vishvava’s mother

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