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Hanuman Chalisa was composed by Sage Tulsidas in the 16th century in Awadhi language. (that’s over 400 years ago). Hanuman is a devotee of Lord Rama and one of the well-known characters in the Hindu epic “Ramayana”. Hanuman is Hindu’s original super hero, the monkey god. Hanuman Chalisa holds a special place and importance in the Hindu religion as it highlights Hanuman’s unique qualities. There are forty verses praising Hanuman, each line has been translated by The Jai Jais for children to easily understand.

Hinduism

Third-largest religion behind Christianity and Islam with 900 million followers

Hinduism is the world's oldest religion, according to many scholars, with roots and customs dating back more than 4,000 years. Today, with about 900 million followers, Hinduism is the third-largest religion behind Christianity and Islam. Roughly 95 per cent of the world's Hindus live in India

Hinduism is an Indian religion or dharma, a religious and universal order to which followers abide. It is the world's third-largest religion, with over 1.2 billion followers, or 15–16% of the global population, known as Hindus

Most Hindus Would Agree With

  • There is authority in the Vedas
  • There is one God
  • The universe has some control over our lives
  • The four aims of life are pleasure, prosperity, dharma, and liberation
  • Bhakti is the way to God

Hindus believe in one God and worship that one God under many manifestations, deities or images. Examples of Hindu deities are Krishna, Shiva, Rama and Durga. Hindus believe that existence is a cycle of birth, death and rebirth, governed by karma (a complex belief in cause and effect).

Hinduism, also known as Sanatana Dharma, is the world's oldest living religion. It is a natural religion, meaning its philosophies and practices are considered universally accessible through sincere study, reason, and experience apart from special revelation.

Hindus recognise one God, Brahman, the eternal origin who is the cause and foundation of all existence.

The golden rule of Hinduism

Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself.” Hinduism: “This is the sum of duty; do naught unto others what you would not have them do unto you.”

Always use Hindu terms rather than analogies from other religions. Don't use images of Hindu ascetics (holy men) too casually. Prepare pupils before viewing images so that they do not become open to ridicule. worship takes place in the home more than at the mandir.

Hindu scriptures teach that the souls of those who eat meat can never go to God after death, which is the ultimate goal for Hindus. The Hindu religion does not excuse accidental consumption of meat products.

For Hindus, Christ is an acharya. His example is a light to any of us in this world who want to take up the serious practice of spiritual life. His message is no different from the message preached in another time and place by Lord Krishna and Lord Chaitanya.

For Hindus, Christ is an acharya. His example is a light to any of us in this world who want to take up the serious practice of spiritual life. His message is no different from the message preached in another time and place by Lord Krishna and Lord Chaitanya.

Hinduism is not polytheistic. Henotheism (literally “one God”) better defines the Hindu view. It means the worship of one God without denying the existence of other Gods. Hindus believe in the one all-pervasive God who energizes the entire universe.

It is the world's third-largest religion, with over 1.2 billion followers, or 15–16% of the global population, known as Hindus. The word Hindu is an exonym, and while Hinduism has been called the oldest religion in the world, many practitioners refer to their religion as Sanātana Dharma

The majority of Hindu gods' avatars are likewise shown in blue. Blue is the colour of endless possibilities. Every Hindu god is a human mind's effort to give shape to the formless Brahman (God). Blue represents an infinite and all-pervading reality — formless Brahman.

The dot on an Indian woman mean

The mark is known as a bindi. And it's a Hindu tradition that dates to the third and fourth centuries. The bindi is traditionally worn by women for religious purposes or to indicate that they're married. But today the bindi has also become popular among women of all ages, as a beauty mark.