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Michael Lipscomb

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Transcript of Hinduism

By Michael Lipscomb
September 2nd

The major figure, in Hinduism there are three persons placed as one God : Brahma,Vishnu,and Shiva.

Religious Figures
1500 BCE: Aryan Invaders bring velidic religion, which is a sacred literature and collection of hymns in the Hinduism Religion
World Map
Hinduism developed from the religon that the aryans brought to india with them about 1500 BC. The beliefs and pratices of Hinduism are based on the Vedas which is a collection of hymns that Aryan Scholars had completed about 800 BC. Hinduism is concerned with living a good life in the hope of being rewarded in the next
1200 BCE: Aryans, Who are followers of the Hinduism religion move to Southern Asia
900-600 BCE: The first phrase of Hinduism religion,migrate into Southern Asia.
800 BCE: Buddhism and Jainism affect Hinduism because they took away the followers of Hinduism, and they made Hinduism more moderate and not as extreme.
700 BCE: Vaishnavism develops around the cult of Vishnu,which is a god in the Hinduism,and they made Hinduism that are divided into smaller parts, which focus on one form of Vishnu
600 BCE: The first form of the caste system is recognized, which consists of Brahmins-which are religous leaders. Kshatryias- which are nobles and warriors. Vaisyas- Which are artisians and formers.Shudras - also known as unskilled laborers
320-185 BCE: Chandragupta founded the Mauryan dynasty during this time period.
100 CE: The religion of Hinduism spreads to Southeast Asia most likely because of war and trade.
1857 CE: National Independence War between the British and India occurs during this time frame
1947 CE: Independence is given back to India, but there are some conflicts that arise between the Muslims , Hindus and Sikhs
The Om is one of the most important religious symbols to Hindus. It is made up of three Sanskrit letters. which represent several important triads: the three worlds of earth, atmosphere, and heaven; the three major Hindu gods.
The Swastika symbol holds a great religious significance for the Hindus.The word SWASTIKA means 'being happy'. In India the word is related to things of good fortune because it means being happy. The cause of all life and all manifestations of life is movement.

Religious Symbols
Vishnu: 10 avatars
Vishnu with his 10 avatars : Fish, Tortoise, Boar, Man-Lion, Dwarf, Rama-with-the-Ax, King Rama, Krishna, Buddha, and Kalkin. Painting from Jaipur, India, 19th century; in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Ravana, the 10-headed demon king, detail from a Guler painting of the Ramayana, c. 1720.
Places of Worship
Hindu worship is primarily an individual act rather than a communal one, as it involves making personal offerings to the deity. The majority of Hindu homes have a shrine where offerings are made and prayers are said. A shrine can be anything: a room, a small altar or simply pictures or statues of the deity. Family members often worship together. Rituals should strictly speaking be performed three times a day. At a Hindu temple, different parts of the building have a different spiritual or symbolic meaning.
Pilgrimage is an important aspect of Hinduism. It's an undertaking to see and be seen by the deity. Popular pilgrimage places are rivers, but temples, mountains, and other sacred sites in India are also destinations for pilgrimages, as sites where the gods may have appeared or become manifest in the world.

Hinduism Introduction
Basic Beliefs of Hinduism
Hinduism is not an organized religon and has no single God. Hinduism also dosent have a simple set of rules like the 10 commandments. The Pratices of concepts such as truth , dharma , and karma. The main book of hinduism is the Vedas. Truth id eternal , Brahman is Truth and Reality , The Vedas are the ultimate authority , Everyone should strive to acheive dharma , Individual souls are immortal , and the goal of the individual soul is moshka those are the main goals of Hindus.
Miracle Hindus Story
Nambi Ambar Nambi, who lived about 1,000 ce. His father was priest of a small Ganesha temple in South India. One day he had to go to another village and asked his son Nambi to do the daily puja for Ganesha at the temple. Nambi did the best he could. Ganesha always took the food his father brought, he became disheartened when Ganesha would not eat his food offerings. Nambi cried and cried and started to beat his head against the shrine wall. Suddenly Ganesha said, "Stop, Nambi, stop," and then proceeded to eat the food. Nambi was delighted to see all the food in front of Ganesha disappear and asked Ganesha to teach him all there was to know of religion. Later, when his father returned home, Nambi told him what had happened. Not believing his son's story, the father went to the temple and witnessed Ganesha's actually eating the food offerings.
In the early 21st century, Hinduism had nearly one billion adherents worldwide and was the religion of about 80 percent of India’s population. Despite its global presence, however, it is best understood through its many distinctive regional manifestations. Hinduism Never got spread around the world as much as christanity because it wasnt forced upon a region through violence
Historical Impact
BBC News. Accessed September 3, 2015.
"Hinduism | Religion." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Accessed September 3, 2015.
"Vedas-With English Meanings." YouTube. Accessed September 3, 2015.
Sharma, Arvind. Hinduism and Secularism: After Ayodhya. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave, 2001.
Williams, Monier. Hinduism,. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge;, 1877.
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