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Hinduism is the oldest of the world’s most major living religions. It was started in India and developed until present day. It has about 900 million believers. It doesn’t have a founder or founding date. It has numerous sects and divinities. They meditate, do yoga, worship, be devoted to a god or goddess, they make a pilgrimage to holy cities, and live according to one’s dharma or purpose/role.
Hindus believe in one supreme reality called Brahman that manifested in many gods and goddesses. They also believe that humans are in bondage to ignorance and illusion, but are able to escape. Their purpose is to gain release from rebirth, or at least a better rebirth. The reincarnate until they gain enlightenment. Their holy books are the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, etc.

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HinduismThis website is a information center for beginners and gives you lots of valueable information. (LG)

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Hinduism has grown to become the world's third largest religion, after Christianity and Islam. It claims about 950 million followers, about 14% of the world's population. Hinduism is generally regarded as the worlds oldest organized religion. It has been around longer then any of the other known religions that we know of today. (TW)

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Hinduism This site further explains how Hinduism started, how it changed, and how it is today, it shows how everyone worships and when they do. (TW)

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Hinduism is one of the oldest religion in the world and has about 900 million followers, most of these people live in india
It has no major founder but it has the major leaders called Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
Their religious holy text is The Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, etcand one of their sacred site is hindus river.
They believe in reincarnation until gain enlightenment. Uploaded by Julius I


Hinduism embraces a great diversity of beliefs. They accustome to creeds, confessions, and carefully-worded belief statements.
One has a their own right and opinion to their idea of a god. This attitude towards religious belief has made Hinduism one of the more open-minded religions when it comes to evaluating other faiths. These fundamental Hindu beliefs include: the authority of the Vedas (the oldest Indian sacred texts) and the Brahmans, the existence of an enduring soul that transmigrates from one body to another at death; and the law of karma that determines one's destiny both in this life and the next. Most Hindus are devoted followers of one of the principal gods Shiva, Vishnu or Shakti, and often others besides. Yet these all are regarded as manifestations of a single Reality. The ultimate goal of all Hindus is release from the cycle of rebirth. (LR)

HinduismThis link talks about all the practices and holidays and leaders of the Hinduism culture. It explains what you have to do to be in this religion and all of the stuff that comes with it also. (ES)

This is the secrate symbol of the Hinduism religion. (ES)