When was Hinduism establish and by whom?
Hinduism was not stablished by someone or the other. it is said to be one of the old existing relegions on this earth. There is differnce. Hindu is not a relegion. Its a way of life. Being a Hindu means a person who lives in the way of peace, truth and the always upheld the right. Hence the people leading life according to it are all Hindus. There is no specific God here, but The All Mighty is represented in various idols.
Hinduism cannot be described as an organized religion. It is not founded by any individual. Hinduism is God centred and therefore one can call Hinduism as founded by God, because the answer to the question 'Who is behind the eternal principles and who makes them work?' will have to be 'Cosmic power, Divine power, God'
well i have doubt that he was tolerant rather the impact of hinduism made him liberal and hence wanted to create new religion which was blend of both hinduism and islam.. his tactful approach to counter his enemies was what helped him establish mughal empire.. he married rajpoot woman so that the fighter clan in india support him against him.. thanks and regards
the greatness of Hinduism is there is nothing called Do's and Dont's like Islam. our religion gives us only advice. It depends on the person how and whom to believe and worship. We are proud that Hinduism allow us to pray and believe in anyone one on whom we have faith. being a Hindu a person can worship Allah,Jesus or some one else.which is restricted by the other religions.
Hindus do not have any Prophets. Hinduism is not a religion. Its a style of culture. You get up early in the morning. You bathe fresh. You witness the sun rise. With the rise of sun, you do Yoga to prepare your body for the day. There are crores of Gods in Hinduism. And if that is not enough you can even imagine a god of your own :) .. Hinduism lets you do that…
Hinduism is the predominant religious tradition of the Indian subcontinent. Hinduism is often referred to as Sanātana Dharma (a Sanskrit phrase meaning "the eternal law") by its adherents. Generic "types" of Hinduism that attempt to accommodate a variety of complex views span folk and Vedic Hinduism to bhakti tradition, as in Vaishnavism. Hinduism also includes yogic traditions and a wide spectrum of "daily morality" based on the notion of karma and societal norms such as…
What similarities and different exist between Hindu and Buddhist teaching about the way that a person should live?
There aren't any religious leaders in Hinduism. other person: yes there is. Their prophet, (which doesn't hold all the power) is called the Maharishi. The leader of a single Hindu monestary is called the shankaracharya. Those who hold most of the power are probably the gurus and Satgurus. ------ Shankaracharya is not a leader of Hinduism. There are no leaders. Maharishis in the past may have defined what Hinduism is today but there are none…
Pantheism teaches that there is not a personal creator god but rather than the Universe or Nature are to be worshipped/respected. Pantheism has seeds in Hinduism, Bhuddaism, and similar religions/philosophies. It is difficult to establish a definitive stance on sexuality since it can be such a fluid theology.