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Is hinduism is a religion that worship or believing in more than one god? ?

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Is hinduism is a religion that worship or believing in more than one god? ?

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The word “Hindu” is of Persian origin and means “Indian.” Hinduism claims nearly 1 billion followers worldwide. Approximately 80% of India’s population is Hindu. There are approximately 1.3 million Hindus in North America according to a 1993 census in Encyclopedia Britannica 1999. There are approximately 200 Hindu temples or Hindu centers in the U.S. (www.probe.org/docs/hindu.html). Hinduism is the root of Buddhism as Buddha (Gautama) was raised in Hinduism and drew heavily from its philosophies. Hinduism by its nature is eclectic, as it has no definable beginning or founder. Hindus have a saying: “Ekam Sataha Vipraha Bahudha Vadanti,” which may be translated: “The truth is One, but different Sages call it by Different Names” Hinduism like all other non-Christian religions accept various ideas of “God” and cannot define a true saving relationship with the God of heaven and creator of us all. I). History and Roots of Hinduism: Hinduism’s Roots Are From 2 Systems: 3rd Century B.C. ancien

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