Hinduism has the most abstract concept of God. He is not a person, He is the absolute Ultimate Reality and as such there is no duality. He is without form and without qualities that can be described. He is the Universal Consciousness. Every religion conceives of God as omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent. These attributes can be reconciled only with the above concept that is also consistent with the modern scientific views of the origin of the universe.


Aum or Om

Ashramas or Ashrams - The vedic schools


What is the Meaning of " Ahimsa " Non Violence ?


THE HINDU DHARMA


What is the Meaning of ATMAN (SOUL) ?


BHAGAVAD GITA - The Song of God


The Devi Gita (Song of the Goddess)


BHAKTI - Expression of Love


The Caste System


CHAKRA - Human Energy Centres


Great Emphasis and Visual interaction of Hinduism


Vegetarianism & Diet


COLOURS in HINDUISM


HINDUISM and WORSHIP


Why do we Fast ? - Brief description about Fasting - Upavaasa


The Holy Cow - Sacred Gow Matha


THE HINDU DHARMA


The Main Stages of Life in Hinduism


THE FOUR STAGES LIFE in HINDUISM


THE HINDU FUNERAL RITES - The final Journey of life


GURU - the realised Master and God


The Hindu Marriages ( Vedic wedding )


The Karma


The Divine Lotus Flower(padma)


The Epic " Mahabharata "


What is Mantra


MOKSHA


NAMASHKAR - Namaste


What is Nirvana ?


The Ramayana - World's Most Loved Epic


The Rudraksha Beads


The Sacred Hills and Mountains In Hinduism


Seven Sacred Hills - Brief description about Lord Balaji's (Venkateswara ) 7 sacred hills


The Sacred Places Of Hinduism


The Sacred Flowers,Trees and Plants in Hinduism


The Sadhus and Sadhvis


What Salagrama Stone


The Rudraksha Beads


SECTS and SECTARIAN MARKS


Lord Shiva - the destroyer


Symbols and Sanskars


Tantra


Tilak


Meditation


The Holy "Vedas"


Yantra (Updating In Progress)


YOGA


Fairs and Festivals of Hinduism



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Prof: Koti Madhav Balu Chowdary

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