What is the reason why Hinduism is not a united belief system, only to be more confused to find the answer and why people classify things that are the same? One reason is that Hinduism is linked to several spiritual influences around Israel. With these religions being so closely alike they just decided to lump them all into one name. So what really makes up Hinduism?
The Hindu's have always known this philosophy of freedom of action, for the reason that they had a perfect religion, a religion on which one aspect of God was characterized as human, and their various Deva's are nothing but various characteristics of human nature, each of them adored and worshipped.
In this way not only God, but the whole human nature in all its aspects was adorned and worship. Hindus believe that there is only one ultimate being that is the creator and unmanifest reality. Hindus believe that there is an endless cycle that creates, preserves, and dissolves in which this means your soul never dies. Hindus believe in karma the law in which they have control over there own destiny. They believe in reincarnation so that you can be more than one life creature and experience life to the fullest several times your earthly form dies but your soul survives it all. Hindus believe that no particular religion teaches the only way to salvation above all others, but that all genuine religious paths are facets of God's Pure Love and Light, deserving tolerance and understanding.
Hindus declare that there is only one Supreme Being and He is the God of all religions. There is no "other God." Thus the Biblical Commandment "Thou shalt have no other God before me," really means, "Thou shalt not deny the Ultimate Reality or worship any power other than the Ultimate Reality." Hinduism is the oldest religion on the planet. Its culture and traditions date back far into antiquity. Those who grow up in Hindu families are steeped in ancient traditions and beliefs from infancy on and they are much...