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Hinduism

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Hinduism is a religion, or a way of life, found most notably in India and Nepal. .... Hinduism has been variously defined as a religion, a religious tradition, a set of ... a belief in dharma (dutie...

What is the Hindu concept of Right Conduct - Answers.com

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How do Hindus conduct funerals? Hindus believe in reincarnation and view death as the soul moving from one body to the next on its path to reach Nirvana, ...

Hinduism For Dummies Cheat Sheet - For Dummies

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(The word periodically here refers to the Hindu belief that time is cyclical; .... Dharma can be described as right conduct, righteousness, moral law, and duty.

HINDU ETHICS, Conduct And Character, Ethics Or The Science Of ...

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Ethics is the study of what is right or good in conduct. Ethical science ... Ethics is right conduct or Sadachara. We have ... The ethics of the Hindus is subtle, sublime and profound. All religions .... It is very difficult to define these terms precisely.

What is Karma in Hinduism? - Hinduwebsite.com

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This article explains the meaning, beliefs, and types karma in Hinduism and the ... of yoga and meditation such as kundalini yoga (yoga pada) and right conduct ...

Dharma (Hinduism)

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For Hindus, dharma is the moral order of the universe and a code of living ... Dharma is a central concept shared by many religions in the Indian ... The persistence of dharma in Indian society encourages spiritual practice and right conduct, but ...

Paths to Humanism: Hinduism - American Humanist Association

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The concept of God in Hinduism is largely empathic with natural powers such ... Dharma has been described in a number of ways: right conduct, righteous living  ...

Hindu Dharma by Bansi Pandit - Kashmiri Overseas Association, Inc.

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Chapter 8: Moral and Ethical Ideals of Hindus ... There are four sources of right conduct: Vedas, the Smriti (secondary scriptures), the conduct of wise persons, ...

What Is Dharma? - About the Path of Righteousness - About Hinduism

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Hinduism accepts the concept of reincarnation, and what determines the state of an ... good karma it is important to live life according to dharma, what is right. ... it also suggests a code of conduct that is intended to secure both worldly joys and ...

BBC - Religions - Hinduism: War

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Jul 4, 2005 ... Hindus believe that it is right to use force in self-defence: ... The conduct of war ... Underlying Hindu opposition to killing or violence is the concept of Karma, by which any violence or unkindness a person carries out will return ...

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Core Beliefs of Hindus - For Dummies

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Understanding the concept of dharma helps you understand the Hindu faith. ... Dharma can be described as right conduct, righteousness, moral law, and duty.

Ethics - Hinduism

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Though right conduct is generally considered to belong to legalistic ethics, it has a ... As the syllable 'Da' is the first letter of three Sanskrit words, meaning, ...

The Hindu Way Of Life, Living According To Hindu Dharma For Self ...

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Living according to Hindu dharma a person should live life as the means to God ... and essentially towards maintaining and following one's basic dharma ( meaning duty). ... he develops compassion and right attitude towards the whole creation of God. ... advocates or approves irreligious, immoral or irresponsible conduct.