The components of Hinduism can vary from individual to individual but generally include the belief that there is one Supreme Being that is the Creator and the Unmanifest Reality, the belief in four divine Veda scriptures... More »

No one knows exactly why Hinduism started or even how it began. Traditionally, the belief was that the foundations for Hinduism were laid by the Aryans when they moved into the region of modern India in about 1500 B.C. T... More »

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The religion of Hinduism has its roots in India. However, the great age of Hinduism makes it extremely difficult to precisely pinpoint when the religion started in India. More »

In Hinduism, "moksha" is the completion of the soul's cycle of birth, death and reincarnation. It is considered by many Hindus to be the ultimate goal, or the fourth and final "artha." More »

In Hinduism, "moksha" refers to an individual's emancipation from the cycle of life and death, known as "samsara." Moksha is the fourth and ultimate goal in Hinduism after dharma (virtuous living), artha (security and pr... More »

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Hinduism is a religion that defies definite classification, and in practice, it has both monotheistic and polytheistic components. With over a billion adherents, many claim that the religion is monotheistic and helmed by... More »

The religion of Hinduism has its roots in India. However, the great age of Hinduism makes it extremely difficult to precisely pinpoint when the religion started in India. More »