The most popular religion in India is   Hinduism

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The most popular religion in India is Hinduism

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1. The most popular religion in India is Hinduism

2. Hinduism is the oldest major world religion. There are about 900 million Hindus.

3. Hinduism is the main religion of India but followers are found in many other countries.

4. Hindus believe there is only one God, who they call Brahman. They believe that Brahman takes on many forms as gods or goddesses depending on what his function is at the time.

5. Hindus say it doesn’t matter which God you worship because you will reach Brahman the supreme god in the end.

6. Brahman – the Spirit of God who runs through everything in the universe – plants, humans and animals.

7. Hindus believe that God is everywhere so they can worship at home or in a temple called a mandir.

8. These photographs show the inside of two different Hindu temples

9. Hindus believe that a persons actions (Karma) in this life will affect what form, animal or human, they will be reborn in the next.

10. A sari is the traditional dress of Indian woman made from one piece of cloth. Many women also wear a jewel in their nose.

12. Ganesh – the elephant headed God who is prayed to for success in new ventures and business. God of wisdom and good fortune.

13. Krishna – the God of love who appeared on earth to save mankind. He is shown in human form with blue skin.

14. Shiva – the god who rules life and death. The destroyer and creator of all things in the world.

15. Lakshmi – goddess of happiness, wealth and good fortune prayed to at Divali to bring luck in the coming year.

16. Saraswati – The goddess of learning and the arts. Her 4 arms represent intelligence, understanding, self esteem and the sense of right and wrong.

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