Hinduism

What is vaishnavism?
It is also called Vishnuism, its followers are called Vaishnavas, and it considers Vishnu as the Supreme Lord.
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What is shaivism?
It is one of the major traditions within Hinduism that reveres Shiva as the Supreme Being.
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What are the 4 aims in hinduism?
The four permissible goals in Hinduism are karma, artha, dharma and moksha, with each goal being more important than those before it. Artha is in Hinduism, the pursuit of wealth or material advantage
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What are the four yogas in hinduism?
There are four main paths of Yoga - Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Raja Yoga and Jnana Yoga. Each is suited to a different temperament or approach to life.
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what are the three gunas in hinduism?
sattva (goodness, constructive, harmonious), rajas (passion, active, confused), and tamas (darkness, destructive, chaotic).
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What is karma yoga?
the discipline of selfless action as a way to perfection.
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What is bhakti yoga?
Their purpose is to develop feelings of unconditional love and devotion.
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What is raja yoga?
a form of yoga intended to achieve control over the mind and emotion
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What is jnana yoga?
In Jnana yoga, the mind is used to inquire into its own nature and to transcend the mind's identification with its thoughts and ego.
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What is arti?
It is a Hindu religious ritual of worship, a part of puja, in which light from wicks soaked in ghee or camphor is offered to one or more deities
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What is havan?
a ritual burning of offerings such as grains and ghee, which is held to mark births, marriages, and other special occasions.
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What is meditation?
a written or spoken discourse expressing considered thoughts on a subject where you meditate.
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What is diwali?
a Hindu festival with lights, held in the period October to November. It is particularly associated with Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity
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What is Holi?
a Hindu spring festival celebrated in February or March in honour of Krishna.
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What is Varanasi?
Varanasi is a city in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh dating to the 11th century B.C. Regarded as the spiritual capital of India, the city draws Hindu pilgrims who bathe in the Ganges River’s sacred waters
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What is Vrindavan?
Vrindavan is a holy town in Uttar Pradesh, northern India. The Hindu deity Krishna is said to have spent his childhood here. It is filled with mandirs.
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What is ISKCON food for life?
Hare Krishna Food for Life is the world's largest vegetarian non-profit food relief organization.
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What are the Goshalas?
It means the abode or sanctuary for cows, calves and oxen. Apart from providing sanctuary, the Goshala also rescues the animals destined for illegal slaughter.
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