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Hinduism

Post  Alianny on Mon Feb 23, 2015 7:05 pm

Hinduism is a religion used mostly in India and it is practiced by millions of people. The Arryans were the ones to bring this religion to India. This religion has a lot to do with the social structure because it depends where you are in the social structure that will bring you closer to the Gods. At the the top are the Brahmins which are the closest to God while alive, but if the people of this social class have good karma during their life time and obey the dharma or divine law, then they will go to becoming so close to the Gods that is possible to even talk to them. Then, at the bottom are the untouchables and if you were to have bad karma while in that social structure, you would become into an animal once reincarnated.

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Post  isaacbueno.4 on Sun Mar 01, 2015 11:37 am

Alianny what you have written about Hinduism is really good, because you have mention who brought it and how is the social class is divided. Another thing is how you mention the two most important social classes which were the Brahmins and the Untouchables. These were important because the Brahmins were the most important and then the Untouchables were the lowest class. What you have written so far was really good about how the most important facts of Hinduism. Very Happy

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Post  marcosloinaz on Mon Mar 02, 2015 12:54 am

Wow nice post I didn't know about the Brhamis and the untouchables. Did you know that Hinduism is the most practiced religion with almost a billion people practicing it. Very good job!!

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Post  dashas on Mon Mar 02, 2015 10:08 pm

Great work! Hinduism is one of the oldest and biggest religions of the world. It's a polytheistic religion that doesn't have a single founder. It's based on the mix of different cultures, that have been brought to India around 1500BC.

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