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Hinduism: Main beliefs

I am sharing some Hindu beliefs that I personally find significant. Though these beliefs are popular, I would not like to impose them on all Hindus. Existence of Truth Hindus believe in the existence of a supreme reality. For most, … Continue reading

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The Karmic Law Quiz

Many of us believe in the law of karma but do not recognize it. You can answer the questions below to check if you believe in this spiritual law. Please feel free to use a paper. Question 1: A guy … Continue reading

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Vishistadvaita: What does “knowledge” mean?

Sri Ramanujacharya has had a permanent and arguably the strongest impact on the Hindu mind when it comes to contemporary Bhakti Yoga. Though the differences in the philosophical models of Advaita and Vishistadvaita may not be so obvious and relevant … Continue reading

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Learning about Hinduism

In the absence of a set of instructions from a founder or a single book to follow, learning about Hinduism can be somewhat difficult for a novice. The main obstacle comes from its diversity, which later turns out to be … Continue reading

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The Bhakti Movement: Who organized it?

When I first came across the term Bhakti Movement in school, I assumed that it was a typical social movement in which selected spiritual leaders across India who shared a common objective planned and propagated some social reforms. Today, I … Continue reading

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