The word Hindu is an adjective meaning a spiritual and religious people.
In Hinduism, there are four major categories of Hinduism – Jainism, Buddhism, Jainas and Tantras.
In the Hindu scriptures, the gods are referred to as the Upanishads, the Upaniksha, the Mahabharata and the Ramayana.
The Hindu belief system is called Vedic Hinduism.
Hinduism is also known as Hinduism or Brahmanism, as the religion of the gods and goddesses.
There are different types of the religion, but all are based on the idea that God is a living entity that resides in the universe.
The term Hinduism can be used to refer to a variety of different religions.
Hindus are followers of a religion called Vedanta, or a combination of Vedic and monasticism.
The Vedas, or holy books, are believed to have existed for more than 7,000 years and were written by the first human beings.
The religion of Vedanta was a major influence on Hinduism and is one of the major religions in India today.
The main Hindu belief is the Vedas and they are a part of the religious beliefs of many other religions.