Hinduism Explained by Ms. Gouri Maheswari

source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmQX7u9ijVE

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "In Hinduism, there are many deities but they are all facets of one God."
2 Ahmed M = "Hindus believe in a supreme being which is transcendent and immanent; they also believe in the four vidas; that the universe experiences a continuous cycle of dissolution, creation and preservation."
3 Ahmed M = "The concept of Karma is popular in the Hindu school of thought; cause and effect which helps people make their own destinies through thoughts, words and actions."
4 Ahmed M = "Hindus staunchly believe in the reincarnation of the soul and its evolving through many births; this is where Hinduism and Buddhism meet."
5 Enakshi Ganguly = "The bells that are placed around and usually in front of mandirs, or temples, are believed to purify the environment by the pitch and vibration of the frequencies that the sounds make."
6 Enakshi Ganguly = "The idea of reincarnation is taken more literally or less literally by various Hindus. The idea of reincarnation can be seen literally like Ms. Gouri does, but it can also be seen as simply a law of nature (no energy can be destroyed or created in this world). "
7 Enakshi Ganguly = "Lord Krishna would most likely state that the meaning of life is to understand and follow through with one's duties and to renounce the fruits of one's labor in order to align oneself with God, give up control, and feel deeply in faith with the Supreme consciousness through Yoga and other such actions."
8 Enakshi Ganguly = "The analogy of Hinduism is as follows: Hinduism is like a tree, of which the branches are the followers. Each branch is different just like every Hindu is unique in her beliefs."
9 Enakshi Ganguly = "Shakti is the branch of Hinduism that focuses on the Female Divinity. "