What does Hinduism believe about god?

Discussion in 'Hindu Gods and Goddesses' started by Sheena4, Jul 18, 2015.

  1. Sheena4

    Sheena4 New Member

    Hinduism is the third most popular religion in the world and is known for its vast range of religious beliefs, cultural magnanimity and numerous gods and goddesses that govern the universe.

    The Vedas, Upanishads and mythological books like the Ramayana and Mahabharata lay the foundation of this religion.

    Almost all the teaching and beliefs of Hinduism, point towards the concept of "Supreme Power" or a "Single Powerful entity" that governs the universe and the cycle of life. The single powerful entity that is talked about is Lord Brahma and he is considered to be present in each and every element of the universe or the Brahman. Lord Brahma is also known as the creator. Brahma is believed to be present in three different incarnations or avatars- The Creator (Brahma), The Preserver (Vishnu) & The destroyer (Shiva).

    In Hinduism, all gods and goddesses are ultimately considered as the representative of a common "Divine" or "Supreme" power (already mentioned above).
  2. Siya Gandhi

    Siya Gandhi New Member

    The concept of one god or supreme power sounds very interesting and this is what majority of the Hindus in today's time believe.

    Ultimately, god is one and resides in your soul.

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