Hinduism

Syllabus : Introduction to Hinduism

Introduction (Sanatan dharma, Definitions, Denominations and Diversity, Unity, Colonial influences), Beliefs, Purusharthas, Philosophies,  Karma, Moksha, Concept of God, Traditions, Symbols, Scriptures, Rituals and Ceremonies, Rites of Passage, Bhakti, Festivals, Pilgrimage, Varnas, Yoga,  Ahimsa, Vegetarianism, Temples, Ashramas of Life, Sanyasa, , Attitude of others, Hinduism in Australia.

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  1. What is Hinduism
  2. Hindu Denominations
  3. Hindu Beliefs
  4. Hindu Scriptures and Rituals
  5. Hindu Rites of Passage
  6. Hindu Worship
  7. Hindu festivals
  8. Hindu Pilgrimages
  9. Hindu Society
  10. History of Hinduism
  11. Hinduism in Australia
  12. Hinduism and Conversion
  13. Hindus in Pakistan
  14. Why do Hindus convert to other religions
  15. Hinduism in Bali and Java
  16. Hinduism in Cambodia, Malaysia and Philippines
  17. Hinduism in Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand
  18. Hinduism in Fiji
  19. Hinduism in West Indies
  20. Hinduism in Guyana and Suriname and South America
  21. Hindu Symbols and Icons

    Hinduism has adopted several iconic symbols, forming part of Hindu iconography, that are imbued with spiritual meaning based on either the scriptures or cultural traditions. The exact significance accorded to any of the icons varies with region, period and denomination of the followers. Over time some of the symbols, for instance the Swastika has come to have wider association while others like Aum are recognized as unique representations of Hinduism. Other aspects of Hindu iconography are covered by the terms murti, for icons and mudra for gestures and positions of the hands and body.

 

 

 

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