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Teaching The rise of Hinduism

The rise of Hinduism

Hinduism is quite different from all other religions. It was not started by a single person. It has no single book of truth and law. There is no main religious group that organizes Hindu people. Hinduism does not have ideas about how the world began and how it will end. It also has no central, all-powerful god.\n\nInstead, Hinduism is a way of living. It is a way of thinking and behaving. It includes life stories and spiritual ways of doing things. Unlike other religions, Hinduism is more about what you do than what you believe.


How did Hinduism help advance Indian society?
RH.2 - Main Ideas


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