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02.07.04 . . . What does Hinduism (concept) basically insist on ?

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Asked by shishya smiti, 09 Mar '10 01:22 pm
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Humanity
Answered by Ashish, 09 Mar '10 01:23 pm

 
  
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Hinduism insists on the Manava Dharma, meaning, it insists that men should be true to their own essential nature, which is godly and divine, and, therefore, all efforts in life should be directed towards maintaining themselves in the dignity of the Soul and not plod on through life like helpless animals.
Answered by gyan foundation, 11 Mar '10 11:34 pm

 
  
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Basic Beliefs in Hinduism:
- It believes in one and all pervasive Supreme Being who is both transcendent and immanent.
- The universe undergoes endless cycles of creation, preservation and dissolution.
- It believes in karma, the law of cause and effect by which each individual creates his own destiny by his thoughts, words and deeds.
- It believes that all life is sacred and pure to be loved and respected.
- It believes that our soul reincarnates through many births until it attains moksha- liberation from the cycles of birth and rebirth.
- It believes in ahimsa and dharma-doing ones duties.

Basic Tenets of Hinduism:
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Answered by gkr, 09 Mar '10 02:02 pm

 
  
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(1) There is only One Truth who manifests Himself in countless ways. (yad yad vibhutimat sattvam
srimad urjitam eva va, tat tad evavagaccha tvam mama tejo-msa-sambhavam) Bhagwad Geeta 10 / 41
(2) The destiny is the outcome of karma (karm pradhan vishw kari rakha,. jo jas kari taisa phal chakha) Ram Charit Manas
Answered by Vikram, 09 Mar '10 01:52 pm

 
  
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It is more to do with the way of life
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 09 Mar '10 01:41 pm

 
  
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