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Hinduism mostly believe in a God and reincarnation.


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No, they are two very different religions and always have been.No. Hinduism are two very different religions, with different origins and beliefs.


Hinduism was developed from Brahmanism. Brahmanism accepted and adapted many different beliefs and values and thus developed into Hinduism.



The five major beliefs in Hinduism is Brahman,multiple duties,


Buddhism was formed on bases oh Hinduism. Also jainism & shikkhism was formed on the basis of Hinduism.


Some of the shared beliefs of Buddhism and Hinduism are rebirth and Karma


One of Hinduism beliefs when they die they move onto a place called Summerland.


Hinduism grew out of the ancient beliefs of the Aryans.


One of the basic beliefs of Hinduism out of the 9 beliefs is that belief is each living creature on this planet has a soul, and all these souls are superpower and spiritual.


Main beliefs of Hinduism are Purity (shaucham) & Compassion (dayā) . Also Austerity (tapaḥ) & Dharma (righteous living) .


Beliefs essential to Hinduism includes valor duty hard work ambition dharma comes on the top of the list.


No, Hinduism and Buddhism are two separate religions, even though they share many beliefs about compassion, kindness and charity. As it was Hinduism was in its infancy when Buddhism started. Ancient Hinduism was more closer to Brahmanism than the Hinduism that exists today.


Hinduism is growing, if you mean the number of people born into this religion Hinduism is the third largest religion by numbers, Christianity and Islam being the first two. However, it is not growing by virtue of new beliefs, as the beliefs of the religion has been established, as it were, from the beginning of time. Every fdsaj.,m,.c


Sikhism 'blended' the beliefs of Islam and Hinduism.


One of their beliefs is that they have one supreme god.


hello, the two points are that both Islam and Hinduism believe in the process of souls being used again and again and that vishnu was a prophet. though hindus think of him more as a deity.


Although the two religions teach monotheistic beliefs in one Creator God and the "Golden Rule," Hinduism has never accepted Jesus as the "Son of God."



yes it is believed that Sikhhism was originally derived from Hinduism and Islam


Hinduism has many diversified Religious views. But some of them are Non Violence & Peace.


Sikhism incorporated spiritual beliefs from both Hinduism and Islam


yes! rebirth is one of the central belief of Hinduism accompanied by two other beliefs. Karma (Good Deeds) Mokshya (Liberation from earthly matters)


HINDUISM IS BASED ON ABSOLUTE FACTS:Hinduism considers that facts are superior to beliefs. The supreme Hindu god Brahman is systematic representation of absolute and eternal facts.Science is based on transient and relative facts. In marked contrast, Brahman is absolute and eternal facts i.e. facts that does change with time, place or person.Hinduism can be decoded and understood completely. It even permits understanding creation of god.Therefore, there is absolutely no scope for false beliefs in Hinduism. It is for this reason that Hinduism allows its criticism to any extent.Most people take the literal meaning of Hindu beliefs and thus conclude that Hindu beliefs are false. They don't realize that beliefs are always symbolic.Therefore Hinduism is based on absolute and eternal facts and there is absolutely no scope for false beliefs in Hinduism.



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