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  • Sanskrit terms. See prālāyā above. Māyā     (Sanskrit) Illusion. In both Hindu philosophy and Theosophy māyā refers to the idea that the physical world of sense
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  • practices in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Major branches of yoga in Hindu philosophy include Raja Yoga (Patanjali, meditation and positiv thinking), Karma
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  • sources are said to have originated in the Gangetic Basin of India. Hindu philosophy/theology influenced the ancient Greeks since the time Alexander the
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  • fluidity this religion could withstand the trial of times. According to Hindu Philosophy reaching God or attaining Moksha is an individual act. The semitic
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  • the oldest of these nearly 200 texts form the basis of many older Hindu philosophies. Joyce referenced the Mabinogion and the Upanishads to give mother
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  • demigods. Some of the Puranas are discourses on cosmology, geography and Hindu philosophy. They are usually written in the form of a dialogue. Vyasa, the narrator
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  • mathematics, astronomy, religion and philosophy that crystallized the elements of what is generally known as Hindu culture. The Gupta period produced scholars
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  • The word Hindu is derived from the Sanskrit word Sindhu which is the ancient name for the Indus River that flows through the north-western part of the
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  • Economic - Bepshabidya English - Ingraji Geography - Bhugawl Hinduism - Hindu Dhawrmaw History - Itihas/ Puran gawtana Jainism - Jain Dhawrmaw Judaism
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  • things exist in some kind of cosmic consciousness. This is the view of some Hindu schools, for example, but it is not the Yogacara view. Each mind-stream
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  • religion. The characters, theology, philosophy and stories that make up ancient Vedic myths are indelibly linked with Hindu beliefs. The Vedas are said to
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  • eat traditional food, for instance. Thus, for worldly Hindus, the key concepts of their philosophies are relationships, harmony and detachment or peace—not
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  • the “classical age” in India Identify and analyze the Buddhist and Vedic (Hindu) faiths. Identify and describe the rise of civilizations in the Americas
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  • these beliefs were more developed by the adoption of the Indian philosophy. Indian Hindus, actually, in many parts gave them new ‘names` for the things
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  • Western philosophy is a line of related philosophical thinking, beginning in Ancient Greece, and including the predominant philosophical thinking of Europe
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  • (प्रणव) lit. "to sound out loudly" or oṃkāra (ओंकार) lit. "oṃ syllable") Hindus consider Aum to be the universal name of the Lord and that it encompasses
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  • philosophical logics and so do kakawins (Javanese poetic literature inspired by Hindu-Buddhism). Hamzah Al-Fansuri expressed his Sufistic speculation in his syairs
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  • the Malabar Coast and Indian branches of the Sufi tradition. Roots of Indian spirituality Durability of spiritual traditions Various Hindu Scriptures
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  • an immutable social group such as 'royalty' nobility' or 'serfdom' The Hindu caste system is perhaps the most structured, but it happened (and still
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  • religious texts that form the foundation of Hindu theology. The word Veda is Sanskrit (वेद) for "knowledge". Hindus believe that the Vedas texts are of divine
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