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What is the Hindu Concept of God?

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Asked by Sudhakar Kuruvada, 16 Apr '13 12:04 am
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Hindus believe in One and Only God - Brahman which expresses itself in trillions of forms. God is nameless and timeless. But there is nothing wrong to worship a God with name and form (nama-roopa), since man cannot conceive anything without any name and form. In fact, in the Shruti scriptures of Hinduism, God or Brahman has been described as Saguna Brahman (God-Brahman with attributes) as well as Nirguna Brahman (God-without attributes. In the Upanishads, God is described as Neti-Neti (not this-not that) method.
Answered by Rocking Raaj, 16 Apr '13 12:05 am

 
  
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Hindus believe in One and Only God - Brahman which expresses itself in trillions of forms
Answered by Quest, 16 Apr '13 11:03 am

 
  
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Hindus believe in One and Only God - Brahman which expresses itself in trillions of forms. God is nameless and timeless. But there is nothing wrong to worship a God with name and form (nama-roopa), since man cannot conceive anything without any name and form. In fact, in the Shruti scriptures of Hinduism, God or Brahman has been described as Saguna Brahman (God-Brahman with attributes) as well as Nirguna Brahman (God-without attributes. In the Upanishads, God is described as Neti-Neti (not this-not that) method.
Answered by rajan, 16 Apr '13 08:15 am

 
  
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