What everyday things do Hindus do?
Hindu is one of the largest and oldest continuously practiced religions in the world. Largely practiced on the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, the day-to-day lives of a Hindu are virtually indistinguishable from those of other religions.
Saying anything about all Hindus is tricky because Hindus are so many and so diverse. However, in general Hindus would say that good or bad things happen because it is a person's Karma for those good or bad things to happen. Karma is the idea that a thing that you do, say, or think is a cause and will have an effect on you and others in the future. Therefore, all things that happen have…
Hindus do a number of things with the Qur'an including reading it, ignoring it, or opposing the violence that plagues Indian societies because of the divisions between monotheists and polytheists in the Qur'an. As for what Jews think, Jews think a wide variety of things, but I have yet to meet a Jew who actively thinks about what Hindus might or might not do with a Qur'an.
Remembering God or worshipping is process that helps you in your spiritual progress. For many, it is easier if they have a picture of God and do a few rituals everyday; which in turn reminds them of their position with respect to God. It may not be possible to visit a temple everyday. Hence, they worship God at home.