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Hinduism Followers: Hindus Adjective: Hindu (ex. Hindu book) Origin: 5000 BCE, India Mono/Poly/Non-Theistic?

Many, Many Gods! # of Followers today: 1 billion followers The Om as Symbol Hindu Deities The Trimurti: Brahma the creator god Vishnu the preserver/protector

Shiva Patron god of yoga, arts, and meditation; also known as the destroyer Hinduism - Philosophy Vedas Sacred writings. Includes four which goes over prayers, hymns, ritual rules, and spells The Rig Veda mentions yoga as a practice of Hinduism It has a meditative and spiritual core Focuses on both physical and mental strength building

How to Read the Vedas? The Upanishads was a book written around 600BCE Written as a dialog between teacher and student Hinduism - Terms Atman: Your own soul Brahman: The soul of every thing in the universe and the universe itself Moksha: Perfect understanding of the relationship between ones Atman and the Brahman; the end of the cycle

Hinduism - Terms Samsara: The cycle of reincarnation Reincarnation: Every living thing has a soul. When a living thing dies, its Atman moves to a new life to live again Karma: Good or bad points that determine where your Atman goes after death Dharma: Rules determining good/bad Karma Indian Caste System

Your karmic deeds determine where you go after Samsara Mostly Good Karma Mostly Bad Karma Why does religion benefit those in power? Pilgrimages Hindus practice their faith by making a

Pilgrimage (travelling to holy sites) The Kumbh Mela are festivals that are held every three years in different locations Followers bathe in the sacred/holy rivers of the Ganges, the Yamuna, the Godavari, and the Shipra

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