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Atheist or not you have a god

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Quick facts
Dresses
Dresses
Old Order women and girls wear modest dresses made from solid-colored fabric with long sleeves and a full skirt (not shorter than half-way between knee and floor).
These dresses are covered with a cape and apron and are fastened with straight pins or snaps. The women never cut their hair, which they wear in a bun on the back of the head.

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different religions system
Apart from the world
Place of origin – Switzerland
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Anvi Tyagi
Suhani Goyal
"There are quite a few scripture that mention beards in the Bible. An Amish man does not shave his beard after he becomes married; a long beard is the mark of an adult. Mustaches, on the other hand, have a long history of being associated with the military, and therefore are forbidden among these people."

Dresses
Unmarried

married
Unmarried


married
Amish people interpret linking with electrical wires as a connection with the world – and the Bible tells them they are not to be “conformed to the world.” In 1919 the Amish leaders agreed that connecting to power lines would not be in the best interest of the Amish community. They did not make this decision because they thought electricity was evil in itself, but because easy access to it could lead to many temptations and the deterioration of church and family life.


Most of us today would think it impossible to live without the modern conveniences such as electricity and cars. What makes the Old Order Amish unique is not that they get along without modernity, but that they choose to do without it when it would be readily available.  


Apart from the world
Christianity
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Christianity originated in Roman occupied Jerusalem, a predominantly but not entirely Jewish society, with traditional philosophies distinct from the Classical Greek thought which was dominant in the greater Roman Empire at the time​
The central teachings of traditional Christianity are that Jesus is the Son of God, the second person of the Trinity of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; that his life on earth, his crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension into heaven are proof of God's love for humanity and God's forgiveness of human sins
What is Christianity?​
Founder of Christianity
Jesus Christ is the founder of Christianity, the Saviour of men, the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament. The English word "Jesus" comes from the Greek form of the Hebrew Joshua, a common name which means "savior. "Christ" is a title and it comes from the Greek form of the Hebrew Messiah, meaning "anointed one."​
History of Christianity ​
Its main points include:​
belief in God the Father, Jesus Christ as the Son of God and the Holy Spirit.​
the death, descent into hell, resurrection, and ascension of Christ.​
the holiness of the Church and the communion of saints.​
Christ's second coming, the Day of Judgement and salvation of the faithful​

Founder - Jakob Ammann
Followers – Christians
Whom do they worship – Jesus
When did it start – 18 century
Holy book – Bible
Language – German
Holidays celebrate - Thanksgiving, Christmas, Good Friday, Easter, and Whit. We should also mention that December 25 is a solemn celebration of Christ's birth and "second Christmas" on December 26 is a time for visiting and family dinners.
Amish
Buddhism
Buddhism foundeed in the late 6th century ( The Buddha) is an very
important religion in most of the contries of Asia. 

Founder- Siddhartha Gautama
He was born in 6th-4th century BCE Lambini.
Now Lambini is in Nepal Eastern Asia.
First he use to live in Northern India.

Introduction
Practices
Meditation
Perhaps the
key Buddhist practice, it is central to most traditions, and the only means to enlightenment for some. An excellent introduction to Buddhist meditation practices is available at MeditationInstructions.com (coming soon). The benefits of meditation are many, including physical and mental health, relaxation, improved relaxation and mental ability, and happiness. It is primarily the ability to understand and control the mind and its use for practices that lead to enlightenment that is considered the most important.


Beliefs
Buddha is not a god he is a ordinary man.
We should not do anything without thinking.
Gods and deities are culture.
The purpose of the life.
After life depends on this life.
Books and teachings are very important for life.
Meditation is the key.
Healing comes from mind
Teachings
The teachings of the Buddha is meditation and being mindful.
 The Buddha's be very peaceful.


Hinduism is about understanding Brahma, existence, from within the Atman, which roughly means "self" or "soul," whereas Buddhism is about finding the Anatman — "not soul" or "not self." In Hinduism, attaining the highest life is a process of removing the bodily distractions from life, allowing one to eventually understand the Brahma nature within. In Buddhism, one follows a disciplined life to move through and understand that nothing in oneself is "me," such that one dispels the very illusion of existence. In so doing, one realizes Nirvana.

Hinduism
HOW IT ORIGINATED ​
Muslims named the non-Muslims "Hindu"​
When in 1830's Englishmen were writing
about India's religion and added "ism" to it.

WHERE ALL HINDUISM IS PRACTICED​
1) Dharma is person's religious and moral duties. (Good work, Justice) ​
2) Karma is the Hindu idea that sums up a person's deeds during lifetime. The phrase "What goes around comes around".​

TEACHINGS OF HINDUISM​
BELIEF OF HINDUISM​
1) (Afterlife) Reincarnation is believed to be based on Karma for the individual sole depending on his deeds in prior lives. Buddhism and Hinduism both believe in this theory.​
Baha'i Faith
TEACHINGS​
UNITY. THREE CORE ASSERTIONS OF THE BAHÁ'Í FAITH, SOMETIMES TERMED THE "THREE ONENESSES", ARE CENTRAL IN THE TEACHINGS OF THE RELIGION. THEY ARE THE ONENESS OF GOD, THE ONENESS OF RELIGION AND THE ONENESS OF HUMANITY. THEY ARE ALSO REFERRED TO AS THE UNITY OF GOD, UNITY OF RELIGION, AND UNITY OF MANKIND​
BORN: 12 NOVEMBER 1817, TEHRAN, IRAN​
DIED: 29 MAY 1892, ACRE, ISRAEL​
SPOUSE: ÁSÍYIH KHÁNUM (M. 1835–1886)​
BURIED: SHRINE OF BAHÁ'U'LLÁH, ACRE, ISRAEL​
CHILDREN: `ABDU'L-BAHÁ, MÍRZÁ MUHAMMAD `ALÍ, BAHIYYIH KHÁNUM​

fast facts
THE BAHÁ'Í FAITH WAS FOUNDED IN IRAN IN THE MID-19TH CENTURY BY MIRZA HOSEYN 'ALI NURI, WHO IS KNOWN AS BAHÁ'U'LLÁH, WHICH IN ARABIC: "GLORY OF GOD".
THE BAHAI RELIGION HAS A SHORT, BUT IMPORTANT HISTORY AND LEARNING IT IS NECESSARY TO UNDERSTANDING THE BAHAI WORLDVIEW. THE BAHAI FAITH HAS EXPERIENCED IN CREASED POPULARITY IN THE WEST AS ITS OPENNESS TO ALL RELIGIONS ALIGNS WITH THE RELIGIOUS RELATIVISM GROWING IN THAT PART OF THE WORLD. ​
LIKE MANY OTHER RELIGIONS, BAHAI HAS EXPERIENCED SEASONS OF PEACE AS WELL AS SEASONS OF PERSECUTION; TIMES OF STAGNATION AND TIMES OF INCREASE. ALL OF THESE MOMENTS WORK TOGETHER TO FORM THE PRESENT STATE OF THE BAHAI FAITH.​

HISTORY
Sikhism
Started-1469 in Panjab and it is an indian religion founded by Guru Nayak.
Who is guru Nayak ?
Born- 15 April 1469 Panjab Pakistan
Died-22 September kartarpur pakistan
This is guru Nanak dev ji. He is as also known as founder of Sikhism.
Facts
Let's change the world
The Life
Baptized
People get baptized in Sikhism when they drink Amrit it's like making a promise to your self that you will never drink alcohol and will never let scissor touch your body and always come the hair with a wooden come and always where a small sword near their waist to protect others and yourself and where a kara which is a bracelet which is for whenever you do the wrong thing you do it with your hand so to remind you not to do it you need to where a kara then the last you need to were a special underwear to protect from diseases and is comfortable
www.wikipidia.org​
www.religionfacts.com
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www.india.mrdonn.org​
Book- Hinduism​
www.history-hinduism-blogspot.in
www.reference.com​
http://lancasterpa.com/amish/amish-people/
What is Christianity?​
Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who serves as the focal point for the religion. It is the world's largest religion, with over 2.4 billion followers, or 33% of the global population, known as Christians
The Christian religion was born in Palestine, a small stretch of land on the eastern Mediterranean Sea. The Jews considered Palestine their Promised Land, but because of its desirable location it had been ruled by a succession of foreign powers for most of its history.​
Egypt and Assyria fought over it for centuries, then Babylon conquered Assyria and Palestine with it. Next came the Persians led by Cyrus, who allowed the Jews to return to Palestine from exile, then the Greeks under Alexander the Great around 400 BC. Rome took Jerusalem in 63 BC, and Palestine was still under Roman rule at the time of Jesus' birth.​
Hinduism vs Buddhism
Hinduism is mainly practiced in India but there are some more countries like Mauritius and Nepal. But on the other hand if any person from another country would like to join or practice Hinduism.​
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