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/ˈhindo͞oˌizəm/,
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A major religious and cultural tradition of the Indian subcontinent, developed from Vedic religion,
  1. A major religious and cultural tradition of the Indian subcontinent, developed from Vedic religion


  1. the religion of most people in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Nepal
  2. a body of religious and philosophical beliefs and cultural practices native to India and based on a caste system; it is characterized by a belief in reincarnation, by a belief in a supreme being of many forms and natures, by the view that opposing theories are aspects of one eternal truth, and ...
  3. (hindu) of or relating to or supporting Hinduism; "the Hindu faith"
  4. (hindu) a native or inhabitant of Hindustan or India
  5. Hinduism is the predominant and indigenous religious traditionHinduism is variously defined as a "religion", "set of religious beliefs and practices", "religious tradition" etc. For a discussion on the topic, see: "Establishing the boundaries" in Gavin Flood (2003), pp. 1–17. ...
  6. Hindu is a generic term that refers to an identity associated with the philosophical, religious and cultural systems that is indigenous to the Indian subcontinent. In common use today, it refers to an adherent of Hinduism. ...
  7. Hindú Club founded in 1919, is a rugby union club in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Among the sports that are organised through the club are rugby union, hockey, golf, soccer and tennis.
  8. (Hindu (Emmaste)) Hindu is a village in Emmaste Parish, Hiiu County in northwestern Estonia.
  9. (The hindu) The Hindu is an English-language Indian daily newspaper. With a circulation of 1.45 million, The Hindu is the second-largest circulated daily English newspaper in India after Times of India, and slightly ahead of The Economic Times. ...
  10. (Hindu) General term designating the religion of India and its various movements including Vedic Hinduism, Brahmanism, and Bhakti Hinduism.
  11. (Hindu) The name given this religious group after the “Indus” river.
  12. (Hindu) one who follows Hinduism, which is considered to be the oldest major religion still practised in the world today.
  13. (Hindu) sn person following the teachings found in Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad-Gita; the common religion of India
  14. (Hindu) the predominant religious tradition of the Indian subcontinent. Originally, the word "Hindu" or "Shindu" was an Aryan reference to the indigenous people of the subcontinent, i.e., those whom the Aryans had conquered ca. 1500 BCE. ...
  15. Hindú can refer to a Hindu, but it can also refer to someone from India regardless of the person's religion. Someone from India can also be called an indio, a word also used to refer to indigenous people of North and South America. ...
  16. The oldest religion in the world. It has no founder. The earliest Hindu texts called the Vedas say the teachings of Hinduism were given to seven seers at the dawn of time. Hinduism is not rooted in primitive nature worship. It is a path that teaches within each one is the self that is God. ...
  17. The major religion of India.
  18. A general term for a wide variety of beliefs and ritual practices that have developed in the Indian subcontinent since antiquity. Hinduism has roots in ancient Vedic, Buddhist, and south Indian religious concepts and practices. It spread along the trade routes to Southeast Asia. (p. 181)
  19. The world’s oldest organized religion, existing for 4500 years. Based on the ancient Vedic literature, it is a belief system in constant transition. Populated by an almost infinite number of gods, the faith is open to adopting any or all of the gods created by younger religions. ...
  20. (known as Hindū Dharma in some modern Indian languages^[1]) is a term for a set of cultural practices that originated on the Indian subcontinent. ...
  21. A diverse Indian religion that believes in a Supreme Being (Brahman) who manifests in many forms. Hinduism teaches the doctrines of karma and reincarnation.
  22. this is one of the oldest religions in the world, dating to beyond 1000 BC. Hinduism has many Gods. Hindus believe in re-birth or reincarnation.
  23. "The basis of Vedantist teaching is that ultimately reality is one, and that the variety of apprehension which comes to us through the senses is illusory. Man must rid himself of his illusions and ignorance if he is to become aware of, and to partake of, reality (brahma). ...
  24. Hinduism evolved from a mixture of ancient cultures. The Indus Valley civilization was established about 2500 B.C.E., in what is now northwestern India. Some images found on seals from this period may be forerunners of later Hindu deities, like Shiva. ...
  25. Hinduism is a religion that originated on the Indian subcontinent. With its origins in the Vedic civilization and, to a minor degree, in the Indus Valley Civilization it has no known founder, being itself a conglomerate of diverse beliefs and traditions. ...