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They want Hinduism to be seen as the solution to the centuries of mess created by Muslim and British “foreign” rule.Should Hindu Nationalist Narendra Modi Be Allowed a U.S. Visa?|Shikha Dalmia|July 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was raised by secular Sikhs, attended a Christian school, and, as a youth, dabbled in Hinduism.
The man behind some of the complaints is Rajan Zed, president of the Universal Society of Hinduism.
When he first attended Barsana Dham, he said, “I just felt like Hinduism was explained.”
Hinduism directs its followers to spiritual teachers, who, according to traditional belief, are a necessary connection to God.
Asoka elevated, so Mr. Smith has said, a sect of Hinduism to the rank of a world-religion.Studies in Literature and History|Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall
The Malays did not altogether discard the theological terms of Hinduism when they adopted a new religion.A Manual of the Malay language|William Edward Maxwell
Leaving Calcutta, we sought the ancient city of Benares, which bears the distinction of being the center of Hinduism.The Old World and Its Ways|William Jennings Bryan
Untouchability I hold is a custom, not an integral part of Hinduism.Freedom's Battle|Mahatma Gandhi
Hinduism: With one of the highest number of followers (ca. 650 million), Hinduism is an eclectic religion.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
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A religion of India that emphasizes freedom from the material world through purification of desires and elimination of personal identity. Hindu beliefs include reincarnation. (See Brahmins, pariah, Vishnu, and yoga.)