Fundamentals for Hindu ways of belief.

The stories on Hinduism available are that it stood based on the perception that the whole creation and its cosmic activity as the work of three fundamental forces symbolized by three Gods, which constitutes the Hindu Trinity or ‘Trimurti’: Brahma – the creator, Vishnu – the sustainer, and Shiva – the destroyer. The word ‘Brahmin’ provided for a Title to a group of people with common categories of educated caste ,initially developed for someone who got knowledge on Brahamand, who understood the chemistry on cosmos or very well read, so are they from generation to generations. There was another popular phrase in Punjab on this view, that so & so is Braham Giani, meaning very knowledgeable.
There is another interesting angle to our ancient history on our GODS .Most of the religious personalities for Hindu way of life belongs mostly to ancient times, Shivji-Parvati, Ram-Sita, Krishan – Rukmini-Radha , Event of Ravan –Sita. Above that they get mentioned in different war stories and many of them fought for war with principal cause relating to women subjects. It is another story that a part of the history for Hindu culture also conveyed for loss of a women spouse while using them as material for a gambling ‘bet’, treating them a personal property during gambling games.


B) Therefore ,both the origins of Hinduism and Hindu Civilization are in the mist of antiquity. Unlike every other religion, it has not been founded by any specific person or on specific founding dates neither belief in one single God or one book of scriptures or religious holly book. What is known however is that it is one of the oldest religions, rather a way of life in the world and also one of the few which incorporated what we consider religion today along with all of the sciences (ranging from mathematics to astronomy to architecture) as part of its teachings. The story on scriptures tell us that the Vedas were heard by the Rishis and passed down by an oral tradition for thousands of years before they were written down for the first time. The dating of the Mahabharata in this context is considered by many scholars, occurred between 5500 BC and 1100BC based on astronomy, lists of Kings provided in the Mahabharata and the Puranas, etc.


C)  Therefore ,Hindu way of life considered by many comprising four goals in human life (purusharthas); Moksha – the release of the soul (Atman) from the cycle of rebirth. The individual soul (Atman) unites with Brahman the universal soul. There are different ways to Moksha. Spiritualism – involves acquiring spiritual knowledge through yoga and meditation. Devotion to God working selflessly for the good of society. Dharma relates to the code for leading one’s life. Respect for elders is considered important and many consider marriage as a son’s religious duty. Artha – the pursuit of material gain by lawful means. Karma- through pure acts, knowledge and devotion, you can reincarnate to a higher level. The opposite achieves the contrary result.

D) Hindu way of life also believes in multiple GODS, philosophy of Pantheism, consider every living & non living thing to be Devine & sacred :Consider human being ,trees ,monkey, snakes being as manifestation of GOD ,everything to be GOD .The Muslim on contrary exhorts man to consider himself and his soundings as example of Devine creation rather than as divinity itself. Believes that everything tree, moon, monkey, snakes, human beings belongs to GOD & everything in universe belongs to God. The Hindu way of life is flexible allowing them to have multiple faiths, no formal joining or quitting conditions, liberal on most of the fronts for religious practices unlike follow up for disciplines provided for believers of Muslim, Sikh, Jain and Buddhist.