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Hindu philosophy


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Hindu philosophy

  2. 2. SWAMI VIVEKANANDA 3 GOLDEN RULES •Who is helping you, Don't forget them. •Who is loving you, Don't hate them. •Who is trusting you, Don't cheat them.
  3. 3.  HINDUISM ( noun Hin·du·ism ˈhin- , dü-ˌi-zəm )  The main religion of India which includes the worship of many gods and the belief that after you die you return to life in a different form.  Hinduism is a collective term applied to the many philosophical and religious traditions native to India.  Hinduism has neither a specific moment of origin nor a specific founder. Rather, the tradition understands itself to be timeless, having always existed.
  4. 4. The Hindu worldview is grounded in the doctrines of samsara (the cycle of rebirth) and karma (the universal law of cause and effect), and fundamentally holds that one's actions (including one's thoughts) directly determine one's life, both one's current life and one's future lives.
  5. 5.  is a concept in Hinduism "in which the cosmic functions of creation, maintenance, and destruction are personified by the forms of Brahma the creator Vishnu the preserver and Shiva the destroyer or transformer.
  6. 6. These three gods have been called "the Hindu Triad” or the "Great Trinity", often addressed as "Brahma-Vishnu- Maheswara." Brahma, Shiva & Vishnu.
  7. 7.  Sanatana Dharma is the original name of what is now popularly called… Hinduism or Hindu Dharma. "The Eternal Teaching”. It is a code of ethics, a way of living through which one may achieve moksha (enlightenment, liberation). It is the world's most ancient culture and the socio, spiritual, and religious tradition of almost one billion of the earth's inhabitants.
  8. 8. God-centered rather than prophet-centered. Experience based rather than belief based. Beyond any historical date of founding. The process of growth, which comes from the seed. Inherent in, and inclusive of all. In the world, while above the world. Both immanent and transcendent. The whole and the parts. Loving of all and excluding of none.