Most Hindus believe in a Supreme God, whose qualities and forms are represented by deities which emanate from him; that existence is a cycle of birth, death and rebirth and that the soul passes through a cycle of successive lives.
Most Hindus revere a body of texts as sacred scripture known as the Veda, and most Hindus draw on a common system of values known as dharma.
Beliefs. Temple wall panel relief sculpture at the Hoysaleswara temple in
Halebidu, representing the Trimurti: Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu.
Hinduism embraces a diversity of beliefs, a fact that can be initially confusing to
Westerners accustomed to creeds, confessions, and carefully-worded belief ...
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In practice, each Hindu worships those few deities that he or she believes directly
influence his or her life. By selecting one or more of these deities to worship, ...
Sep 26, 2014 ... Hinduism, the oldest religion still practiced today, has between 900 million and 1
billion adherents. Let's look at major facts and beliefs of ...
Hinduism is not an organized religion and has no single, systematic approach to
teaching its value system. Nor do Hindus have a simple set of rules to follow ...
Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami, Hinduism Today's founder, assembled
these beliefs, a creed shared by most Hindus, to summarize a vast and profound
Basic beliefs of Hinduism are reincarnation and Karma. The other main Hinduism
beliefs include soul, Dashavataram, belief in God, etc.