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Hinduism
Mar 21 2021
Yoga Facts

The world “Yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root “Yuj”—meaning “Samadhi,” “connecting,” or “union”

Yoga began around the year 10,000 B.C at the beginning of human civilization, when humans first realized their spiritual capabilities & potential. In thes…

Devi Samata
2 min.
Hinduism
Jan 26 2021
Famous Indian Festivals

Navratri is said to be the nine forms of Goddess Durga that represents different qualities of human beings – Shailputri, Brahmcharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandmata, Katyaini, Kaalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhatri. So everything controlled and maintain…

Demi Powell
5 min.
Hinduism
Mar 29 2018
Sects and Sectarian Movements in Hinduism

Time and again we have reiterated that Hinduism is not a religion but a group of religions, religious traditions, beliefs and practices.

The various traditions, ascetic movements and schools of philosophy within Hinduism, which can be categorized as full…

Rudolph Mason
1 min.
Hinduism
Mar 29 2018
Why Is The Cow A Sacred Animal For The Hindus?

The cow is considered to be a sacred animal in Hinduism. Do you know why? Going through the scriptures of the Holy Book, Lord Krishna states in Srimad Bhagavad-Gita (Chapter 10, Verse 28): Dhenunam asmi kamadhuk, meaning, “Among cows, I am Kamadhuk, the w…

Rudolph Mason
5 min.
Hinduism
Mar 29 2018
Yama: basic human values in Hinduism. Reincarnation and Karma

Yama:

As a Hindu, I have to believe in and accept certain basic human values. If I can adopt and practice them, so much the better. These values are sometimes referred to as “Yama”: some scholars say there are five Yama, otheres say there are ten, yet ot…

Linda Parker