Following are some of the differences we can see in the principles and practice of these two religions:
similarities: holy book, place of worship
Buddhism originated from Hinduism. So They have many similarities, Main is to attain Nirvana or Moksha via meditation.
Here is a great chart showing the differences between Hinduism and Buddhism: http://www.diffen.com/difference/Buddhism_vs_Hinduism
Similarities: Both are Dharmic religions. Both believe in reincarnation and karma. Both have numerous gods. Differences: Hinduism has no founder. Buddhism was founded by (who else,) the Buddha(who was Hindu). Hinduism believes in a Creator God. Buddhism does not have a Supreme Creator.
some similarities between Hinduism & Buddhism are Non Violence & Peace. Judaism & Hinduism are common in belief of one Supreme God.
Hinduism AND Buddhism have many similarities. Such as concept of Moksha (liberation) or Nirvana (Liberation) via meditation.
Okay, you should first check the differences between Hinduism and Buddhism. Wikipedia is a good start to.
they have religons
According to my knowledge Hinduism and Buddhism are significantly different. The main differences can be seen below. Hinduism is a bit different from buddhism. hinduism worships many gods and goddess. while in buddhism there is no worshiping to god. also buddhism forbids violence. while hinduism permits violence when dharma is in danger. hinduism was never found by man while buddhism was found by lord buddha or siddhartha.
Hinduism & Buddhism have numerous deities, whereas Zoroastrianism only worships One God.
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.
Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity have some similarities. They all have the teachings and philosophies that the human soul does not die, but still has life in the afterlife (which, for Christianity, is heaven). Just as well, forgive your neighbor for wrongdoings that they have done against you. That fits in with showing compassion to others. There are many more, but let us get on with the differences!
Hinduism believes in reincarnation, and Buddhism has no gods or prophets. Islam is the only monotheistic religion of the six. Shintoism believes in many different gods. All have different views on after death, but all have similar beliefs and practices.
Between Hinduism and Buddhism there is some common tradition and the Buddha was a Hindu, but generally Hindus believe in a God and Buddhists do not. I am a Buddhist. As to Islam it is an Abrahamic faith just like Christianity and Judaism are, meaning they trace there heritage back to Abraham and all believe in the same creator God. After that there are other similarities in the 3 but far more differences.
Islam, Judaism, and Christianity share the same god. Buddhism originated from a land dominated by Hinduism. Hinduism is polytheistic, and the prophets of each religion were different.
Hinduism was never found by specific person. While Buddhism was found by lord Buddha.
I would say that first off, Hinduism and Buddhism are more similar, in regards to personnel development and seeking enlightenment (Moksa in Hinduism), than either of them to Christianity. As to similarities, seeking to live a righteous and moral life, and non-violence are common goals.
They all believe in a higher power but Atheist
There are not that many similarities between Buddhism and Hinduism. Buddhism goes for inner enlightenment and Hinduism goes for pagan worship of many false deitys. Those are the two that originated in south Asia. Both are false paths that don't lead to heaven, that is what they have in common.
The major difference between Hinduism and Buddhism are that Hinduism is a polytheistic religion while Buddhism is a non-theistic religion or philosophy of life, the universe and everything.
Buddhism believes in no god in particular, Hinduism believes in many. Hinduism believes that you are reincarnated (reborn) many times. Buddhism believes in reincarnation only until you reach nirvana (perfect peace). And Lastly, Hinduism uses the caste system, a social ranking of importance, while Buddhists believe that the caste system is unfair.
There is no similarity between Buddhism and Hinduism though both of them are originated from India. Main difference is Hinduism believes in existence of God while Buddhism dont.
Buddhism was derived out of Hinduism, yet there are significant differences. Mainly on belief over one Supreme God and Moksha (liberation) or Nirvana (Liberation) methods.
Buddhism and Hinduism are loaded with privileges and not have to pay taxes
leaders of Hinduism worship God. While leaders of Buddhism do not worship God.