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I believe Hinduism at least influences their everyday life by devotional traditions; their lives are so imbued with spiritual meaningful aspects that spiritually are never far from one's mind. Rituals from a cradle to the cremation ground, the Hindu's life are wrapped up in rituals. Life stages of attaining spiritual realization or liberation is thought to take at least a lifetime, and probably many lifetimes.

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