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Hinduism

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on 8 November 2014

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Hinduism
- One of the oldest religions in the world. This religion was developed in India.

- Hinduism is a polytheistic religion, meaning that the people who practice Hinduism worship many gods, but Hindus believe that all of these gods are part of one supreme god, Brahma.

Who is Brahma?
Brahma is one of the three gods of the HIndu trinity. (Brahma, Shiva, & Vishnu)
Hindus believe that Brahma is the creator.
Hindus also believe that Brahma is the supreme spirit that all the other gods are a part of.
What is Reincarnation?
A belief that the soul does not die with the body but enters the body of another being, either a person or an animal.
What is Dharma?
Dharma is an individual's duties fulfilled by customs and laws.

Observing your Dharma will determine your Karma
What is Karma?
The belief that one's actions determine one's fate.
So, What country did Hinduism come from?
A. India
B. Japan
C. South Korea
D.United States
Hinduism
What is the Hindu Caste System?
A belief that social class is hereditary (inherited), and does not change throughout a person's life.

There are four main caste
The Four Main Castes of Hinduism
1. Priests and wise men, or Brahmans
2. Warriors and rulers, called Kshtriyas
3. Merchants, traders, and small farmers, Vaisyas
4. Peasants and field workers, Sudras
At the very bottom of Hindu society are the Untouchables
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