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The deep reflections and experience of sages were expressed in ‘darsanas’ (philosophical statements) forms the basis of Hinduism. More than 5000 years ago, sages living in India sought answers for the basic questions that man has been asking.

Basic Beliefs
~ To the Hindus, ‘Braham’ is the Supreme God He is formless without ‘gunas’ (attributes), omnipotent (all powerful) and omnipresent (present everywhere). On the other hand, ‘Isvara’, who has form and ‘gunas’ (attributes), is manifested in the three main deities called ‘Braham’, the creator; ‘Vishnu’, the preserver; and ‘Shiva’, the destroyer.

~ Hindus believe that different parts of the Universe are regarded as different forms of the Supreme God.

~  Hindus believe in ‘samsara’ (reincarnation) and that the soul is eternal. According to the law of Hinduism, if a person lives a good life, his future life will also be good and may attain liberation if he carries on with a righteous life. A soul that is liberated attains union with Supreme God through the path of ‘Bhakti’ (Devotion), ‘Karma’ and ‘Jnana’ (Knowledge).

~ Some Hindu Scriptures: Braham Sutra, Itihasas, Puranas, Gita and Vedas.