World Religions

By:Allishba Dawood


Christianity is Monotheistic. There God is called Jesus. The book that Christians use is called Bible. Some of the Christians main holidays are Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Good Friday. Some of the highly practiced rituals for christians are that they attend church on Sundays, where they sing, pray, and a sermon, and reading the bible.

What is Christianity?


Judaism is a monotheistic religion, they believe in one god, Jesus, the messiah. They also have a holy book called Tanakh. They have holidays such as Hanukkah, Sabbath, and Yom Kippur. Some of their religious practice is going to the synagogue, praying and worshiping their god, and keeping kosher.



Islam is monotheistic. There god is called Allah. The holy book of Islam is Quran. Some of the major holidays in Islam is Eid ul Fitr, Eid ul adha, Ramadan. The highly practiced rituals are fasting in Radman and praying 5 times a day.

What is Islam?


Buddism is a apatheistic religion, meaning that they don't really believe in certain god. They have a holy book called Tipitika. They have holidays as well, some of their holidays are Vesak, Magha Puja, Uposatha and Kathina ceremony. Some of their highly practiced rituals are Meditation, mantras, and mudras.

What Is Buddhism?


Hinduism is polytheistic. Some of their Gods are called Krishna, Radha, shiva, and Vishnu. There holy book is called Veda. Some of the major holidays are Diwali, Holi, Mahashivratri. There highly practiced rituals are puja, and different kind of yoga and going to temple.

Basic explanation of God in Hinduism(Sanatana Dharma)