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The basis of Hinduism asserts that Brahman; the universal soul, is
the absolute truth and three of the most significant forms of
Brahman are Brahma - the creator, Vishnu - the preserver &

Shiva - the destroyer.

The term Hinduism comes from the word Hindu, a Persian
adaptation of the name of the river Sindhu. Its practitioners
conceive it as a lifestyle and a cosmogony. Therefore, they do not
refer to Hinduism as a religion, but as "Sanatana Dharma", which

means "tradition" or "eternal way".
One of the symbols of Hinduism is the Om, which represents
the impersonal god Brahman, as well as the universe and
essence. The Om is a sacred syllable that acts as a mantra. That
is, a living song or prayer that Hindus value as a primordial
sound from which other sounds are generated.
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Highlights

From the Editor - Ruchika Rawan

From the Editor - Ruchika Rawan

The Origination

The Origination

INTERVIEW WITH AN ATHEIST - ‘CUTY MENDIRATTA’

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Taj Mahal or Tejo Mahalaya?

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Illuminati

Illuminati

Shia and Sunni
Buddhism and the family
Sallekhana in Jainism
The Khalistan

Shia and Sunni

Buddhism and the family

Sallekhana in Jainism

The Khalistan