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Nine Hindu beliefs

Lying on the foot of the great Himalayas is India, the beautiful country with long history   of millenniums age and diversity cultures. In India, more than 80% of the population  identify themselves as Hindus. Hence, Hinduism plays an important role in their lives. According to a lot of studies, Hinduism is the most oldest religion in the world,  has no beginning- it precedes recorded history and  leads the devotee to personally experience the Truth within, finally reaching the pinnacle of consciousness where man and God are one. Hinduism has four main denominations--Saivism, Shaktism, Vaishnavism and SmartismAn agarbatti or incense stick is a frequently used thing in Hindu religion and rituals. No prayer session in Hindu religion is completed properly without the use of these soothing agarbatti. The smoke that gets produced by burning an Agarbatti is believed to carry the prayers and wishes of worshipers and conveys it directly to the God that reside in heaven.
Nine Hindu beliefs :

1. Hindus believe in an all-pervasive Supreme Being called Brahman in the form of the Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Preserver, and Shiva the Destroyer.
2. Hindus believe in the four Vedas, the most ancient of sacred Hindu texts.
3. Hindus believe that the Universe undergoes endless cycles of Creation, Preservation and Dissolution.
4. Hindus believe in Karma – the influence of one’s good and bad deeds on his destiny.
5. Hindus believe that the soul reincarnates until it reaches a state of Moksha, or liberation from the cycle of rebirth.
6. Hindus believe in worship and devotion to enhance the relationship with God.
7. Hindus believe that one can reach God under the direction of a guru, or teacher.
8. Hindus believe that all life is sacred and therefore practice Ahimsa or non-violence.

9. Hindus believe that all religions deserve tolerance, since they all lead to the same God.


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