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Topic: Hindu god

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 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Most admires:Gandhi,  The Dalai Lama
Religion(s):Hindu,  Sikhism,  Zoroastrianism
Favorite book(s):The Karma Sutra
"The Art of Happiness" by His Holiness The Dalai Lama
The Koran
Favorite religious figure(s):Siddhartha Gautama,  The Prophet Mohammed
Favorite great leader(s):Akbar the Great
Interest(s):Greek mythology
Likes to wear:Ancient Egyption
Favorite movie(s):The Untouchables
Favorite destination(s):India,  Pakistan
Favorite political figure(s):Mohandas Gandhi,  Indira Gandhi
Favorite quote(s):"I'm sorry my Karma ran over your Dogma."
 Expert Talk
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Chogyam Trungpa Gyatso,
Tibetan Monk

Hindus built temples to worship their Gods and Godesses, Buddhism and Jainism inspired the building of temples called chaityas, monasteries, and stupas whilst Islamic invaders who brought and propagated their religion in India built exquisite monuments and mosques.
Though the Vedic gods such as Varuna and Indra are no longer worshipped by Hindus, the ancient practice of fire offerings has persisted down to the present day and is still performed by brahmanas on specific occasions.
It is common for both Hindus and Buddhists to worship at the same shrine, for many gods and saints are cross-overs, often known by a different name but holding the same attributes.
Abu Kashir,
Gas Station Attendant

The non-Sikh Hindus whose temples had been destroyed by the Muslims installed the images of their own gods and goddesses in many Sikh Gurudwaras.
Janakpur is close to the Indian border, and Hindus believe that the gods Rama and Siva, the central figures in the popular epic Ramayana, were married here.
HARMAN Hindus in southern India in the temple town of Madurai, celebrate the marriage of the goddess Minakshi to the Hindu god Siva.
Bori Gonbutoren,
Reindeer Herder

Their gods are like those of the Hindus, with a heavy dose of the bloodthirsty Aztec or Mayan deities.
Or is there a pantheon of Gods as the Hindus claim, or the ancient Romans and Greeks did?
Khalid Binalshibh,
Taxi Driver

Once you understand what Hindus believe about their gods you will see that the only reasonable choice for a rational Hindu is to accept Allah alone.
Mark Harris,

One of the national pastors had encouraged all Hindus to try only Jesus for ten days and if He was faithful to them they should throw away all their other gods and serve Him alone.
Hindus have to ask priests as religious guidance and without giving goods to priest, one cannot reach God.
Some Hindus are pantheistic which means that they believe that all is God and that God is within all things and that God is inseparable from the universe.
 User Talk
Comments from our users:
2005-04-04 07:54:27
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2005-06-25 07:22:46
this page has nothing about rama like it said it would.
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