This foundation edition on Hinduism is part of a series aimed at lower-ability pupils. The questions are written to make it easy for pupils to interpret information on a spread. Its pagination means that it can be used with the core editions, or as a stand alone text.
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Ahimsa arranged marriage atman began Bhagavad Gita Brahman Buddha Buddhist Buddhists follow celebrate controlling your mind cremated Dassehra dead body death describing Brahman dharma Discovering Religions Divali Durga everything festival FOUNDATION EDITION funeral Gandhi Ganesha ghats gods and goddesses groups guru Hare Krishna Harijans Havan Hindu holy books Hindu temple Hinduism Hindus believe Hindus living Hindus say Hindus worship important Hindu India jati Karma kriya ceremony Lakshmi living in India Mahabharata mandirs in Britain means Meditation Moksha Muslims Navaratri person pilgrimage poem prayers priest Prince Rama puja Puranas Raksha Bandhan Rama Ramayana Ramnavami Ravana reborn Reincarnation River Ganga samsara samskar Sanatan dharma sannyasin section tells Shakti Shiva shrine room Sita soul stage stories Swami symbol teachings Test things three gods Tilak Trimurti untouchables Upanishads usually Varanasi varna page 36 Vedas Vishnu Vishnu and Shiva words worship at home worship takes place
Page 3 - 1000 1500 STONEHENGE 2000 PYRAMIDS 2500 Note about dating systems In this book dates are not called BC and AD which is the Christian dating system. The letters BCE and CE are used instead. BCE stands for 'Before the Common Era' and CE stands for 'Common Era'. BCE and CE can be used by people of all religions, Christians too. The year numbers are not changed. This section tells you something about