What is the nature of the individuals relationship with the ultimate reality to Hinduism and what is unique about the way that this relationship is approached in Hinduism?
Either Monist or Dualist: you are the Ultimate Reality, or you can become the Ultimate Reality. These viewpoints are to some degree limited to the schools of Hinduism growing out of classical philosophical positions and may or may not be relevant to a Hindu practitioners depending upon their particular creed - Hinduism is just as big and just as diverse as Christianity.
The Ultimate goal of Hinduism is to attain peace with Supreme God. Also some Scriptures suggest that Ultimate goal is Moksha (liberation).
Hinduism gave people a purpose to live for. Hinduism gave people the ultimate goal of life.
To acheive Moksha.
very much important, Hinduism was originally Brahmanism. Aryans invaded India with this Brahmanism & Ultimate it became Hinduism as we know today.
life's great question is what is the Ultimate truth? Answer of Hinduism by meditating and attaining highest goal of life.
without rules life is not possible. Hinduism is an ultimate path to attain Moksha (liberation) , which without rules is not possible.
Hinduism effected society of India Nepal & Myanmar in several ways. Hinduism gave them Ultimate goal of life, a belief to live for & a way to achieve greatness.
The religion of Hinduism has three major deities, named Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver) and Shiva (the destroyer). There are also (literally) millions of other deities. Since Hinduism is polytheistic, they would not conceive themselves to have a relationship with god, but rather, a relationship with gods.
Hinduism gave society a way of lifestyle, a new Philosophy to believe in. Hinduism also made people aware of the Ultimate goal of life and one Supreme God.
Ultimate goal for Hinduism is to attain Nirvana (Liberation) or Moksha (liberation). Also to reunite with one Supreme God .
Main goal of Hinduism is to live life happily and attain the highest joys of this life. Also Ultimate goal of Hinduism is to attain Moksha (liberation) or reunite with Supreme God.
Hinduism invented Caste System to maintain an order. So Caste System is a vital part of Hinduism.
There is no single "ultimate dream" that would apply to every athlete. Athletes are individuals and each has her and his own ultimate dream.
Hinduism was created as an ideal Religion. Every one was assigned code of conduct so society can experience Ultimate joy & peace.
Hinduism and Buddhism both shared the belief of Non violence and Compassion (dayā) . both Buddhism and Hinduism showed that the ultimate goal of life is to attain Moksha (liberation) or nirvana.
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Hinduism teaches us many things such as Ultimate goal of life. Hinduism also teaches us about one Supreme God. Major belief of Hinduism are Dharma (righteous living) Artha (material prosperity) Kāma (enjoyment) and Moksha (liberation).
Hinduism teaches us many things such as ultimate goal of life. hinduism also teaches us about one supreme god. major belief of hinduism are dharma (righteous living) artha (material prosperity) kāma (enjoyment) and moksha (liberation).
Buddhism and Hinduism both put weight on Non violence and Compassion (dayā) . both the Hinduism and Buddhism teach the ultimate goal of life to attain Moksha (liberation) or nirvana.
many common beliefs are shared by Hinduism and Buddhism such as Non violence and Compassion (dayā) . Hinduism and Buddhism also teaches the ultimate way to get out of Reincarnation (punarjanma) cycle to be Moksha (liberation) or nirvana.
In Hinduism the people portray the God or gods. They believe this life is an illusion , and in this illusion our souls are connected to Brahma, the ultimate reality or the ultimate God. There are many gods Hinduism yes, but Brahma is the all reality. Depending how our souls act in this illusion depends if we are released from reincarnation. If someone attains enlightenment they are released, if they are unable to become good… Read More
all the idols that they pray to are different gods to them
Yes, they all represent different aspects of the omni-present Supreme Being and World Soul, Brahman, the ultimate God of Hinduism.
Brahma is generally considered the ultimate deity in Hinduism (also called Atman)
Brahman is the name of God in Hinduism. He is the ultimate and supreme Spirit who is the origin of all universal phenomena.
I think the ultimate sin that we as Christians commit is Worry.
Hinduism is a religion which many people think has many Gods, but actually all the different gods represent the personality of the main ultimate god. The god is too great to imagine and so all the other gods help to visualise the ultimate god.
According to Sacred Texts of Hinduism. Hinduism is a Religion of peace and ultimate truth. Life goal is to attain Moksha (liberation) from this life and break cycle of life and death.
Hinduism. Brrahmam(parabrahmam) is the ultimate God concept in Hinduism. which has no shapeand cannot be visible with eyes. only one can see it through meditating onself conciousness
Ultimate goal of Hinduism is to attain liberation from Maya. There are certain ways to achieve this, Mediation, Yoga, Pooja & vedic Rituals. or by praying to god.
You may be referring to the article, The Ultimate Relationship Killer. It appeared in February 2014's edition of Psychology Today, and was written by Linda Esposito.
That depends completely on the relationship. If both individuals enjoy the activity together, then it is good for the relationship.
What is a long-term relationship between individuals of different biological species that typically results in a benefit for at least one of the individuals called?
This sort of relationship is called a "symbiosis."
There are many ways that Buddhism and Hinduism differ. One of the most major differences is that Buddhism requires the individuals to follow a disciplined life and to realize that nothing is of themselves. Hinduism is the belief that there is a higher level of life that requires a process to achieve this status.
Individuals in a healthy relationship will have friends and activities beyond that specific relationship?
Yes, but if it is a healthy relationship then they will also have friendship and activities within the relationship too.
It is the culture and practices of traditional India from age imemmorial.It is probably the oldest religion.Unlike semetic religion it has many texts,versions,different traditions and variations.No single God,prophet or guru is the ultimate authority in hinduism.
These are largest individuals known to have approached or exceeded 6 meters (20 ft) in length,and 2,268 kilograms (5,000 lb) in weight.
Yes and no. Hindus pray to many gods but usually there is a supreme God (with a capital G) who is the ultimate power in the universe.
The common things are as follows : 1. Both follows the laws of karma. 2.Both follows the idea of reincarnation (death and rebirth). 3.Both see the ultimate reality as formless. The difference being that in Hinduism there are vast numbers of gods, demigods, deities that is seen as the divine manifestation of the Ultimate whereas in Sikhism there is rejection of all the gods, demigods and deities and the Ultimate itself is worshiped in its… Read More
Hinduism is an example of monism. Many believe that Hinduism is polytheistic, but the reality is that Hindus believe that there are many interpretations of one, ultimate reality. Hinduism has all the kinds of 'isms' that you would find in Wikipedia. Monism, Monotheism, kenotheism, pantheism, panentheism, polytheism, as well as atheism.
In Hinduism it is believed that Human came on this Earth to achieve THE ULTIMATE GOD. According to Hinduism the main aim of human is to see and feel GOD, hear the Voice of GOD,TASTE THE HOLY NECTOR and pronounce the name Of GOD in his every breath. Hindus believe that GOD must be and can seen within oneself. For more info go to- www.djjs.org
Both Hinduism and Buddhism originated in the Indian subcontinent and share a very long, but rather peculiar and uncomfortable relationship. The Buddha was born in a Hindu family. Hinduism and the Buddha was a part of the Hindu pantheon. (thats all I know)
the relationship between private individuals
to put a name of a label on what we have with other individuals ...
Symbiosis is a close ecological relationship between the individuals of two (or more) different species.
Have/has approached. I/we/you/they have approached, he/she has approached.
Monotheistic People confuse the many Gods and deities in Hinduism with polytheism. But Hinduism is primarily monotheistic. The many Gods are considered different expressions or manifestations of the one supreme Paramatma (Ultimate spirit), which by itself is formless.
In Hinduism, Om is the sound of the universe. It is harmony and the ultimate peace. It represents the rejoining of the immortal soul with the rest of the universe.
According to Hinduism Ultimate goal of life is Moksha (liberation). Moksha (liberation) can be achieved by meditation, yoga or praying God.