Basic Principles of
Hindus believe in a single, allpervasive Substantial Being.
Hindus rely on the divinity of
the four Vedas, the world's most
Hindus believe the
galaxy undergoes countless
cycles of creation, upkeep
Hindus believe in karma.
Hindus believe that the soul
reincarnates, evolving through
many births until almost all karmas have
been settled, and moksha,
liberation from your cycle of rebirth,
Hindus believe divine beings
exist in unseen sides and that
serenidad worship, rituals, sacraments
and personal devotionals create a
Hindus believe that an
enlightened grasp, or sat guru,
is vital for Self-Realization.
Hindus believe that countless living organisms is
Hindus believe that no religion
educates the only way to salvation
most importantly others. " All paths are
authentic. Your path for you personally. My course
for me. "
Practice of virtue.
Living of ethical & ritually
Fulfilling the duties
wealth and power.
working for and having of
of all kinds.
spiritual liberation, union with
the striving for release by life.
(education) & VIDYA
on shiksha (education) since value
centered worthwhile learning.
They believe that through
education, one can attain the
skills necessary for
living/survival but vidya is
Through shiksha, one can
achieve success but
having vidya, is having the
ability to attain wisdom.
Thus not all educated
the ability to expert skills and carry
them out pretty much. Like that in the
Pacific Tropical isle cultures, Hinduism also
depends upon what informal methods of
teaching to on expertise and
expertise from decades to
ages. Here the guru's or
elders of the community educate the
children in skills such as creating,
farming, food preparation etc .
The shikshaks (students) learn
throughdekhana aur jananna (watch
In the traditional context, the form of
assessment was not through
examination nevertheless more practical
based. Pariksha was carried out by
enabling the shikshaks to perform the
tasks themselves while the guru would
monitor all of them. If an individual fails to
perform the task trained to all of them, he
will be grouped with the women,
kids and older members with the
community. As a result, pariksha was not simply
used in considering but as well in rating
The ability to examine situations in the
minimum conceivable time and also the
ability to figure out and rationalise
things are a number of the ideal attributes of
a bhudhiman (wise) person. Because
Christianity says that a smart man is definitely
one who sees things by Gods level of
look at, similarly Hinduism has the same
perception. An intelligent man is definitely one who
comes after god's path.
Introduced Indian philosophies
to the Western World.
Raised interfaith awareness simply by
bringing Hinduism to the position
of key world religion during
the late nineteenth century.
Contributed to the concept of
nationalism in colonial India.
Best known for his inspiring
conversation which started out, " Sisters and
brothers of America�..., "[in which
he introduced Hinduism at
the Parliament of the World's
Religions in Chicago, il in 1893.
defended Hinduism against
" uninformed Western
has been influential in shaping
the understanding of Hinduism,
in both India and the west, and
earned a reputation as being a
bridge-builder among India
and the West.
believed that " educators should
always be the best thoughts in the