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What is the Indus Valley Pakistan Today, where people went when the migration occured
Vedas Theological Intro to how the world was created
People considered themselves to be the followers of what? Of the Vague
What is the Atman Belief that in each and everyone of us their is a divine
Maya The illusion that material Life is important
Karma Reincarnation- belief that for every action there is a reaction- you reap what you sew- Hindus are reincarnated till they have done with all Karma
Brahman Divine Reality
Brahma A god
Brahmin Caste Menben
what is the "Bhagavad Gita" A small Poetic Writing
How many versus does is contain? 700 versus the 100,000 verse mahabharata
What is the Caste System? d
What does Avatar mean? Reincarnation
Who were the first people to speak of reincarnation? The Hindus
Stages of Male life Student - House Holder- Reitreee- Renunciate
What is a sannyasin a wandering holy man
what is an ashram center of spiritual retreat
How do you Yoke with the divine? Jnana, Karma, Raja, Hatna, Baharti
What is the Jnana Knowledge/ study
what is Karma? Action for others
what is raja MEditation
what is Hatna Exercises
What is Baharti? offering flowers, food, fire and incense to images.
what is a Puja ceremonial worship
when did the hindus start being Monotheistic hindus started being monotheistic in the 19th century
How did they see the gods and goddesses they saw them as one divine person with many different facets
What were the 3 basic gods? creater-preservor- destroyer
Who was Brahma God of creation
who is Vishnu God of Preservation
who is Shiva god of life and destruction- god of death
Staute with elephant head? the most powerful thing you can worship and pray to for help
What did shiva do? shiva killed his son and then placed an elephant head on him
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