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Hinduism

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Briittany Scherer

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Hinduism

Hinduism Hinduism is a diverse of thought,
with beliefs spanning monotheism,
polytheism, panentheism, monism,
and atheism, and its concept of a God
is complexe and depends upon each
particular tradition and philosophy.



Lifes of
Krishna Maha Mantra
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
Hare Hare Krishna Krishna
Hare Rama Hare Rama
Hare Hare Rama Rama A bit of history about Krishna.
Krishna is often depicted as an infant,
as a young boy playing a flute as in the Bhagavata Purana,
or as a youthful prince giving direction and guidance as in the Bhagavad Gita.
The stories of Krishna appear across a broad spectrum of Hindu philosophical and theological traditions.
They portray him in various perspectives:
a god-child, a prankster, a model lover, a divine hero and the Supreme Being.
While many Vaishnava groups recognize Krishna
as an avatar of Vishnu, other traditions within
Krishnaism consider him to be svayam
bhagavan, or the Supreme Being. Hinduism is based off love and peace
toward one another.
Krishna was said to come on earth
to spread peace and love and keep some
people good.
Meaning no harm towards on another,
and love for the soul of everyone.
Also, in Hinduism the soul never dies.
You are recarnated into either a higher life or lower life, depending on what you did during your current life.
They also believe in Karma, what goes around comes back around.
So they usually try to be pure in their current life, hoping for a higher life in the next life.
In Hinduism, you have goals to reach,
and in order to do that, you do yoga, which include: #Bhakti Yoga (the path of love and devotion) Karma Yoga (the path of right action Rāja Yoga (the path of meditation)Jñāna Yoga (the path of wisdom), they also read mantas and preform cermonies. They do most worshiping at home or in the temples. At home they would usually have a shrine. Lord Vishnu Lord Rama and Sita Lord Krishna Lord Brahma
Lord Shiva
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