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When you hear “Hinduism” used in a derogatory manner, how would you react?



Hinduism is a world religion, and its teachings are universal.

The practice of Hinduism, as practiced by millions of people around the world, is based on faith and devotion to a deity.

While some faiths, such as Christianity, still adhere to certain strict rules, many people in India follow a broader, more inclusive model of belief.

Here are some of the best Hinduism facts about the world’s largest religion.

1.

There are around 11.5 billion Hindus around the globe.

The country has a population of about 2.6 billion, making it one of the world largest religious groups.

Hinduism has around 1.8 billion followers worldwide, or around 7 percent of the global population.

2.

Hindus practice a belief in the universe as a place where everything came from a common beginning.

They believe that the universe was created by God.

This belief has been the basis for the Hindu concept of the five aggregates, which are called Vedas, or the seven basic texts.

The Vedas are considered the supreme texts of Hindu religion.

The five aggregations are called Upanishads, or sacred scriptures.

3.

The Hindu pantheon includes the gods and goddesses, or deities, of the Hindu pantheons: Lord Shiva, Vishnu, Durga, and Arjuna.

The name “Lord” means “great,” “master,” or “wise.”

Hinduism calls this lord “Vishnu,” which means “noble” or “proud.”

Vishnu is the Hindu god of wisdom, while Durga is the goddess of agriculture and fertility.

Arjunā is the Goddess of the Moon, and she is considered to be the first woman to walk the Earth.

4.

The ancient Hindu scripture Mahabharata (also known as the “Shiva-veda”) was written between 1,500 and 1,700 BC.

It is a collection of stories about the lives of the gods, including the lives and deaths of the famous hero Krishna and the legendary Pandava, the great warrior.

The story of Krishna and Pandava’s battle against the evil king Ashoka is the basis of the Mahabarata.

5.

Hindu mythology and sacred texts are spread over thousands of languages.

The Bible, the Quran, and the Bhagavad Gita are among the most popular religions in the world today.

The Gita was the first book written by an Indian, and it was the subject of several controversies.

In modern times, the Gita has become the most widely read religious text in the entire world.

6.

The term “Hindutva” means the “Hate-God,” or the “Evil-God.”

It is an acronym for the Hindutva (love-pride) movement that has been growing in India over the last few decades.

The movement, based on the teachings of a group of Hindu philosophers called the Mahayana School, is dedicated to eradicating all evil.

It was originally formed to counter a resurgence of Hindu extremism and intolerance in the wake of the 1989 riots in Gujarat.

7.

Hindu culture is considered one of “world’s oldest,” and its rituals and mythology date back to more than 5,000 years ago.

The world’s oldest known sculpture is the Chandi Maurya temple in Gandhinagar, India.

It dates back to around 600 BC. 8.

Hindu festivals are celebrated around the planet, and their traditions are closely intertwined with those of other religions.

The largest Hindu festival is the Jallikattu (Great Fire Festival) in India, celebrated in May every year, where Hindu and Muslim communities come together to celebrate Hinduism’s birthday.

Jallakattu is celebrated on the same day that the Buddha was born.

The festival was created to celebrate the birth of a god, which means that it is also considered the birthday of a whole people.

9.

Hindus believe that their ancestors came from the earth in the form of cows, goats, pigs, and sheep.

Some Hindu rituals include making offerings of these animals to a Hindu god, a process known as cow-shearing, which is considered sacred.

Hindu gods are worshipped in temples around the country.

10.

Hindu and Buddhist religions share the same ancient scriptures and beliefs.

Hindu scripture contains the basic teachings of Hindu beliefs, but Buddhist scriptures are the foundation of Hindu faith.

The two religions share a number of major beliefs, including: the immortality of the soul, the divine nature of reality, the reality of karma, the relationship between the mind and the body, the existence of God and His creatures, and reincarnation.

11.

Many Hindu and Sikh temples are located in countries across the world.

In many parts of the country, Hindu and Sikhs worship at the same temple, which has been named after the Hindu deity Lord Ganesha.

12.

The word “kama” means god.

The Sanskrit word

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