To all my Hindu friends, help!!!!
January 12, 2007 10:32pm CST
I know very little about Hinduism, would you be kind enough to share with me at least three basic doctrines of your faith? The most important ones that you think make you different from any others. This is an honest request. I am a Christian and I guess you are already aware of what the Christian believes, at least generally.
20 Jan 07
In my opinion the three basic tenets of Hindusim are -- 1. Be a sincere human being and follow your duty as a human being (termed as manav dharma or human doctrine) 2. Do not attach yourselves to the success or failure of any work you do but put 100 % effort to it.
13 Jan 07
Unlike other religions it is really hard to classify Hinduism. Personally i believe the following to be important doctrines of Hinduism:- 1. Your Karma or deeds (honesty, respect for elders, kindness etc.) 2. God is omnipotent and omnipresent. 3. The cycle of birth & rebirth. U can visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinduism if u want to know more.
13 Jan 07
I am a Hindu. I don't want to know about others thinking. The religion is the thing which lead a man into a god way. But religion was made by the Man not Man was made by religion. So where the question appear related to man and religion then there is man first.