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Hinduism quiz quizlet to test whether you are Hindu

Hinduism is a religion in India, but it is also a spiritual religion that originated in the Hindu tradition, and the world’s largest and oldest religion.

The word Hindu comes from the Sanskrit word for God.

The original word for Hindu was “Hindu” which means “Lord.”

The word “Hindi” comes from Hindi for “language” or “language.”

Hinduism is one of the world most widely practiced religions.

The Hindu religion is one where the word “God” or the name of a deity is used to describe a being.

The name of the deity is a title given to a particular person or a group of people.

Hindu deities are known for their beauty, their virtues and their wisdom.

According to Hindu mythology, the Goddess Parvati (a name derived from the root “Para”) became the mother of the universe and became a great ruler.

She had many sons and daughters, some of whom became the leaders of the different kingdoms of India.

Some of the most popular Hindu deities are Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Vishnu Brahma, Lord Brahma Vyasa and Shiva.

The religion has more than 300 million adherents worldwide.

In recent times, the Hindu religion has become more mainstream and has grown into a global religion.

The most popular books and websites about Hinduism are the popular Hindu book series Hinduism, a dictionary of Hinduism and a dictionary.

You can also follow the latest news on the world of Hindu religion.

You’ll also find the latest videos, podcasts and articles on Hinduism.

There are also hundreds of podcasts and online videos available about the religion.

If you are interested in learning more about the world and history of Hindu civilization, you can read more about Hindu history in our world history section.

Hindus believe in the Vedas, or holy books.

These books contain the teachings of the Hindu scriptures, called Upanishads, and explain the nature of the cosmos and its origins.

They also explain the creation of the earth, the universe, life, the gods and their followers, the nature and history, the life-giving power of the sun and moon, the moon, rivers, lakes, seas, landforms, animals and plants, the animals and the plants, animals, the land, the sky and the water, the heavens and the earth.

Hindustan, the state in India where the religion was founded, is considered the birthplace of the religion, with its many temples and shrines, its temples of gods, saints, and deities, its thousands of temples of kings and rulers and the numerous shrines of the gods, including Shiva, the god of the rivers and lakes, Vishwanath, the supreme deity of India, the ruler of the four winds, the creator of the heavens, the destroyer of worlds, the lord of death and hell.

The ancient city of Pala is also known as Pala, and is home to several temples of the deities of the Vedic religion.

Harmless gods, which are not worshipped as gods in Hinduism or any other religion, are called kshatriya or shiva.

The term shiva is used in the English translation of the Sanskrit language to mean a person of great knowledge and wisdom.

The kshariya is also used to refer to a person who is benevolent and caring, and a person to whom the gods are truly grateful.

There are about 1.3 billion Hindus in the world today, about 80 percent of whom live in India.

Hinduism has spread throughout the world.

According the Pew Research Center, in 2014, the number of Hindus in all of the countries surveyed, excluding the United States, reached about 15 million.

Hindus are the largest ethnic group in the United Kingdom, and their religion has been incorporated into all of Britain’s official languages.

Hollywood, the largest entertainment industry in the Western world, is home most of the Indian-speaking world.

In India, India is known for its cultural and cultural treasures.

Many famous stars and directors hail from India, including Amitabh Bachchan, Pankaj Kapoor, Amitabhi Gandhi, Anushka Sharma, Raj Kapoor and Raj Kapur.

The country also produces some of the highest-grossing movies and television series in the entire world, with the likes of Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Sherlock Holmes, The Matrix and The Matrix Reloaded.

In 2014, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi became the first Indian leader to win a Nobel Peace Prize.

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