Rituals and Worship of Gods in Hinduism

Hinduism is one of the most ancient religions in the world. There is proof of this religion and its convictions that dates as far back as 5500 BC. The religion of Hinduism is considered as one of the world’s few primitive religions, which means nobody knows who the main devotees were or how this conviction system came to be. Indeed, even through today, Hinduism has kept is place as one of the world’s top religions. Approximately one billion believers follow the Hindu Religion, it is the third biggest religion on the planet after the main two: Christianity and Islam.

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Hinduism is very different and intricate religion, with many different stories about numerous Gods, and practice which includes various distinctive special customs to be performed on religious holidays throughout the year. The religious existence of numerous Hindus is centered around dedication to God (Brahman, Shiva, Vishnu, or Shakti) or several Gods. This dedication normally appears as customs and practices related to sculptures and pictures of God. But no one exactly knows the importance and the reality of these divine powers, that’s Nav Hindu is here to give the complete knowledge about Hindu Religion.

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About 80% of the Indian population are the followers of Hindu Religion and every different person have faith in different Hindu Gods. Some are the devotees of Lord Shiva, some people worship Vishnu and some believers in the divine power of devils. There are too many counts of Gods and Shiva is known as the maker and the destroyer god. And Vishnu is known as the preserver god, and he has two other normally known incarnations: Krishna and Rama. Davy, known as the goddess, is the securing mother. She is known as the universe’s inventive vitality and is the equivalent of both Shiva and Vishnu. At last, Ganesh is the elephant-looking god, adored for his status as the remover of deterrents.

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