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It is difficult to find out who founded Hinduism. Hindu religion does not have a clear revolutionary history like the other religions. Hinduism, or Sanatan Dharma, is the sum of natural rituals performed naturally. The historians are giving a big period of time for the emergence of this religion. According to their observation, The Vedas as well as Hinduism formed during the period between 3102 and 1300 BCE. Some historians claim that Hinduism was in existence even before the Vedas. In their opinion, the practice of the Indus Valley Civilization stems from the earliest form of Hindu religion and the practice of rituals. They argue that Hinduism is actually Dravidian, because it is a Dravidian culture. The earliest knowledge of ancient India has been pointed out in the new stone age of early Harappan culture. The ancient customs and beliefs of the Old Age are known as Ancient Vedic Religion. Modern Hinduism was formed through the Vedas. The oldest of these is RigVeda. The Vedas are concentrated in the worship of the goddesses of Indra, Varuna, Agni and Soman. In the name of yajna, fire broke out with archana (worship of the idols in temples) and mantras. However temples and idols were not made. The major Sanskrit epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata were codified in the long periods of the last centuries before Christ and the first centuries of Christendom. These are primarily mythological stories about rulers and wars of ancient India. In later mythology, stories of human gods and goddesses of Devi-devas are known.

Worship and Ishwar

In the case of worship, conscious imagination and knowledge, Hinduism is a vast expanse. There are various types of thought plans and theoretical elaboration. In Hinduism, the main aspects of the worship practices found in all religions are found in Hinduism. There is also a doctrinal principle like Monotheism, Polytheism, Advaitam, Dwaitam (Dualism), Vishistadwaitham, Yoga, Samkhyam, Tantrica observance, Devata Tradition, Buddhism and Charvakam. Hindu religion stands in violation of all foreign invasions and cross-border penetration. Ayurveda, Astrology, Architecture, Vedic Mathematics and Mathematical theory are the valuable contributions of Hinduism to the world.

Anyone can choose their own worship style. It is the freedom of worship offered by Hinduism. Brahma is a technical term to define the god in Hinduism. Brahma is simultaneously a sequence and a combination. The creation was Sagunabrahmam and the Brahmam was in the previous state before creation. So you can worship Ishwar in two ways: Parabrahmopasana (Worship to the Parabhrahma) and Aparabrahmopasana. Those who strictly proclaim the SathyaKalpana, attach Advaita and come to the Truth and say that the soul and spirit of God are one. The Word of Vivekananda is thought to be that there is no such as knowing the God and only the way that become the God.

The followers of Lord Sagunabrahma are worshiped in some of the idols. Accordingly Lord Krishna, Siva, Devi, Kali, Subrahmanya can be worshiped as his favorite Goddess. This worship will be tantra or devotional. Hinduism states that in the two forms of worship, the devotee realizes his goddess. Bhaktha Meera and Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa are worshiped with Ishwar by the way of Sagunopasana. By the end of the sequel of energy, power becomes stronger and it is finally decayed. It is believed that the form of attachment is shaped up in form. This is one example of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa.

The famous verse of Sri Sankaracharya (Sankara Vakyam) Hareranya daivam na manye na manye is the foundation of Monotheism. There is no other God except Lord Vishnu, there is no other god except Lord Shiva and there is a way of worshiping "Monotheism". Those who do not like the Idol worship system can accept the path of Yoga. The YogaSutra has said that acceptance of the Ashtanga Gangetic path is the condition for which they are gradually reachable by the law, YAMAM (There are 5 Yamas in YogaSutra), NIYAMAM (There are 5 Niyamas in YogaSutra), ASANAM (More about Asanas), PRANAYAMAM (More about Pranayama), PRATYAHARAM (More about Pratyahara), DHARANA (More about Dharana), DHYANAM (More about Dhyanam (Meditation)) AND SAMADHI (More about Samadhi) . The YogaSutra also states these are the step by step paths one can reach. These are called AshtangaYoga. In the Samadhi situation, the Yogi gets Brahmanic knowledge and becomes Ishwar. Hinduism says this is the ultimate state of a yoga.

One can choose the path of wisdom for those who do not like the path of yoga. The mind develops through the coexistence of thoughts, physical control, and constant search of his true state - and the investigator becomes convinced that eventually he is neither a body nor a soul. These face the principle of consciousness says. In addition to these there are TantraYoga, VashiYoga, VeeraYoga, ShivaYoga and there are many other things that Yoga has to offer.

Apart from all this, the atheism deals with Hinduism as its superiority. Charvaakam and Buddhism are examples of this. Buddhism believe to be a part of Hinduism. Hindu religion defines the asceticism of Dharma, which does not want to be worshiped. It is also known as the Sanatan Dharma. Hindu religion defines the ascetic form of charity, which is the type of worship system. It is also known as the Sanatan Dharma. Hindu religion defines the ascetic form of charity, which is the type of worship system. It is also known as the Sanatan Dharma.

Beliefs and Customs

In Vedas, it is written that apart from the body all humans have soul, which is vague in appearance and genderless. If the soul of a person once gets salvation after death, it will merge with Parabrahma or to get the salvation, it believes that the soul will get rebirth.

It is also believes that, the ultimate aim of a human birth to get salvation through the path of and Dhyana. The non priests of hindu historians are believing that Upanishads are the foundation of Hinduism, but not Vedanta.

Hinduism is derived more than a religion which pervaded to a large geographical area and represents ethnically and culturally diverse state. This mainstream comes from their own exhortations and Hindu cultural integrations.

Hinduism provides the complete worship-freedom. The view of hinduism is considering all the word is a single family and consisting of a singlie truth. Hence this accepting all the religious beliefs and rejects all beliefs and consequences which harms the unity. Hence, hinduism does not have apostasy, heresy and blasphemy.

Dharma (Individual Assignments), Samsaram (The cyclic procedures of Birth, Life, Death, Rebirth), Karma (duties), Moksha (Salvation - Freedom from the endless cycle of Birth, Death, and Rebirth), and the Yoga (Ritual Practices) are the major methods of hinduism.

The Goals of Human Life
According to Hindu beliefs, these are the main goals of human life, called "Purusharthangal."

Purusharthangal (The Aims or Objects of Human Life)
Dharma(Duty), Ardha (Wealth), Kama (Desire), Moksha (Salvation)

Athmav (The Spirit), Parabrahma (The Supreme Soul), Mukthi or Moksha (The Salvation)

The Holy Books
Shruti, Smriti, ChathurVedangal, Puranangal, Srimad Bhagavat Gita

Hindu Philosophy

Poorva Meemamsa, Yoga, Uthara Meemamsa, Thantra, Bhakthi, Nireeswaravadam (The Atheism)

The Main Ideologies and Icons

Kuladevata (The Guardian Diety), Ahimsa (Non-Violence), Punyam (Virtue), Dharmam (Ethics), Karma, Punarjjanmam (Re-Birth), Swagam (The Heaven), Ashramangal (4 Stages of Life), Theerdhadanam (Pilgrimage), Mantravidhi (Hymn with Mantras), Gurukulam (The abode of the preceptor)


It is possible to Hinduism to different classification. On the basis of the worship of God, the Hindus can be divided by many. Vaishava, Shaiva, Saktheya (Worshipers of Sakthi), Advaitham

On the basis of Race

The people are divided by four races on the bases of their duty. These are Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shoodra

Quotes about Hinduism

"It is not possible to describe Hinduism by spending a full of human life. By throwing more light on this subject, and went on for centuries, a lot of studies and research. However, it is not possible for anyone to give a finalized. So it is folly and puerility to describe and annotate about hinduism in any stage" (Jawaharlal Nehru)