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How to teach your kids about Hinduism

When your kids are still learning about Hindu philosophy, there is always the possibility of them becoming confused.

Luckily, there are several resources to help teach them.

First, consider the two books you already have on Hinduism, which will help them understand the basic tenets of Hinduism and how it differs from other religions.

If you have a copy of any of these books, you’ll be well on your way to a much more understanding and respectful Hindu.

You may have read them in a history class or in a religious text, but they are also the foundation upon which Hindu philosophy is built.

So, how to teach them? 

Read through the three Hindu books: The Upanishads, The Ramayana and the Puranas.

They all offer a clear picture of Hindu philosophy and religion, so it will be easier to learn.

The Upanisads, for example, are a collection of teachings and rituals that outline the foundations of Hindu society.

They provide an excellent introduction to Hindu philosophy.

You’ll also learn a lot from the Puranic texts, which are an ancient version of Hindu scriptures that are considered the foundation of Hindu religion.

The Ramayanas, a collection published in Sanskrit, provide a detailed account of Hindu history, philosophy, art and literature.

These are the two most important books for Hindu children to study, but you can also read a collection called the Upanishad Grammar, which covers everything from the basic principles of Hindu life to a variety of questions.

Finally, there’s the Bhagavad Gita, which is the foundation stone for Hindu philosophy as well as the primary source of knowledge for Hindu students.

In this book, the Vedas and the Gita are discussed in a way that will give them an understanding of Hindu beliefs and practice.

There is also a great selection of books on Indian mythology, Hinduism for Kids, and Vedic history.

They can also help you get a sense of the religious practices and philosophies of Hindu culture.

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