Hinduism: Beliefs and Practices
This introduction to Hinduism assumes no prior knowledge of ther religion. The book sets out clearly and succinctly the major beliefs and practices which inform Hinduism today. It is about living religion - what it is to be a Hindu in today's world. It also depicts the rich color and diversity of the many dimensions of Hinduism, and deals with the fundamental beliefs which underpin the religion.
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Here , page no - 8 ."the hindu concept of god ".
some times writer mentioned brahman instead of "Brahm" . This brahm ( might be in english it is called " Brahma " ) mean for " all " not brahman.
Brahman is a caste in Hinduism which is associate to all pujas/ havan/yogas in this religion.
Gods and Goddesses
Worship in the Home and Temple
Lifecycle Rites in the Hindu Family
The Indus Valley Civilization
The Vedic period
Unity in Diversity
Food and Dress