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Hinduism

Hinduism embraces a diversity of beliefs, a fact that can be initially confusing to Westerners accustomed to creeds, confessions, and carefully-worded belief statements. One can believe a variety of things about God, the universe and the path to liberation and still be considered a Hindu. Perhaps the most well-known Hindu saying about religion is: "Truth is one; sages call it by different names.The religious life of many Hindus is focused on devotion to God (perceived as Brahman, Shiva, Vishnu, or Shakti) or several gods. This devotion usually takes the form of rituals and practices associated with sculptures and images of gods in home shrines.Hinduism developed from the religion that the Aryans brought to india with them in about 1500 BC. Its beliefs and practices are based on the Vedas, a collection of hymns (thought to refer to actual historical events) that Aryan scholars had completed by about 800 BC. With approximately one billion followers, Hinduism is the world's third largest religion by population. Hinduism has been called the "oldest religion" in the world, and some practitioners and scholars refer to it as "the eternal law" or the "eternal way" beyond human origins.Hinduism is considered the world’s oldest continually practiced religion, although it is actually composed of many different practices with similar features.Spiritual progress is the ultimate goal of every individual’s life as per Sanatana Dharma. For advanced and rapid spiritual progress every Hindu is expected to follow stipulated code of conduct including ten yamas (restrictions) and ten niyamas (observation). A balanced yamas and niyamas help sustain higher consciousness by providing the foundation of Yoga practice.

Holy book


    The most ancient sacred texts of the Hindu religion are written in Sanskrit and called the Vedas. Hinduism does not just have one sacred book but several scriptures. The Vedas scriptures guide Hindus in their daily life. They also help to preserve the religious dimensions of family and society.


How does practicing this religion affect the daily lives of it followers

In a world where religions plays such a major role in people’s lives, it is not surprising why it is such a major focus in the way choices and decisions are made. There are many religions throughout the world. Some are faiths with a very concentrated following in specific geographic areas, while others span the entire globe and have enormous numbers of followers. Each of the world’s major religions has definite distinctions that set themselves apart from others and that make them unique. These religions, however, all follow the same basic morals and guidelines that are quite similar.

Buddhism

Buddhism is a nontheistic religionor philosophy Sanskrit: dharma; dharma that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs and spiritual practices largely based on teachings attributed to Gautama Buddha, commonly known as the Buddha the awakened one.but for founder Buddhism, founded in the late 6th century B.C.E. by Siddhartha Gautama the "Buddha, is an important religion in most of the countries of Asia .
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Holy book for Buddhism

The Tripitaka Mahayana Sutras and the Tibetan Book of the Dead are three major noncanonical Buddhist texts. The Pali Canon, which means “the word of Buddha,” includes some of the Buddha's discourse, but it also incorporates the teachings of his pupils
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Where is started Buddhism

The origin of Buddhism points to one man, the historical , who was born in in present-day Nepal during the 5th century BCE. Rather than the founder of a new religion , Siddhartha Gautama was the founder and leader of a sect of wanderer ascetics Shamans one of many sects that existed at that time all over India This sect came to be known as Sangha to distinguish it from other similar communities.

Where it spreads Buddhism

Buddhism was founded in Northern India by the Buddha Siddhartha Gautama , circa 563 483 BCE. At the age of 29, he left his wife, children and political involvement's in order to seek truth this was an accepted practice at the time for some men to leave their family and lead the life of an ascetic. He studied Brahminism, but ultimately rejected it. In 535 BCE, he reached enlightenment and assumed the title Buddha one who has awakened

Beliefs Buddhism

Buddhist beliefs may include gods, ancestors, and the afterlife, but the most important Buddhist beliefs about suffering and how to escape it.The Buddha himself was called the Enlightened One. After he became enlightened, he taught that the way to eliminate suffering begins with understanding the true nature of the world

practice Buddhism

Buddhism incorporates a variety of rituals and practices, which are intended to aid in the journey to enlightenment and bring blessings on oneself and others. While some activities are unique to certain expressions of Buddhism, there are others that are found in most of the popular forms of the belief system For example, the practice of meditation is central to nearly all forms of Buddhism, and it derives directly from the Buddha’s

Final resting place

The Buddhism body was cremated and the were placed in monuments or , some of which are believed to have survived until the present. For example, Dalada Maligawa in Sri Lanka is the place where the kept at present.

How does practicing this religion affect the daily lives of it followers

In a world where religions plays such a major role in people’s lives, it is not surprising why it is such a major focus in the way choices and decisions are made. There are many religions throughout the world. Some are faiths with a very concentrated following in specific geographic areas, while others span the entire globe and have enormous numbers of followers. Each of the world’s major religions has definite distinctions that set themselves apart from others and that make them unique. These religions, however, all follow the same basic morals and guidelines that are quite similar.

Jusdism

is one of the oldest religions in the world that still exists today. Jewish history, beliefs, and traditions were recorded in the Hebrew Bible beginning as early as the 8th century BCEAlthough it never achieved dominant numbers, the faith of the Hebrews just one of many ancient Middle Eastern tribe continues to exert a profound influence in the modern western world.
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Holy book Judaism

Torah The most holy Jewish book is the Torah the first five books of the Hebrew Bible which was revealed by God to Moses on Mount Sinai over 3,000 years ago. The Torah, together with the Talmud commentary on the Torah, give the Jewish people rules for everyday life.
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Where it started Judaism

The start of Judaism was by the patriarchs Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (1900 BCE). After Jacob went to Egypt with his twelve kids and seventy grandchildren, the Jews became a nation of six hundred thousand men throughout their 210 years of slavery in Egypt.

Where it spreads Judaism

One way that Judaism has spread and will spread is that since there is a lot of Judaism around the world already all of their children will most likely become Jewish as well. Unless something very bad happens then the Judaism population will only become only bigger. The many powerful kings have also built many Jewish temples so the more people that see these temples may convert because the Jewish people are so faithful. Also many historical circumstances have made Judaism popular around the world converting more and more people to Judaism. People also believe that Jewish people traded and traveled so they had to have spread their culture while they were trading and traveling.

Beliefs Judaism

Judaism is one of the oldest religions in the world. Their sacred text, the Hebrew Bible, teaches several doctrines such as those about God, the Messiah, human beings, and the universe making beliefs very important to Jews. Judaism has no official creed, however.Judaism shares some beliefs with other world religions, like monotheism with Christianity and Islam, but in other respects there are sharp differences between the faiths.

Practice Judaism

In Judaism, rituals and religious observances are grounded in Jewish law halakhah, lit. the path one walks. An elaborate framework of divine mitzvot, or commandments, combined with rabbinic laws and traditions, this law is central to Judaism.

Code of conduct Judaism

Judaism may be described as an "ethical monotheism", a religion based on a concept that there is a single incorporeal God who gives commandments which constitute a moral law for all humanity

How does practicing this religion affect the daily lives of it followers

Judaism, the oldest of the three monotheistic faiths, is a religion that includes many rules and practices that influence the everyday life of its followers. Most halakhahs, or Jewish laws, are found in the sacred text known as the Torah. In this text, there are laws for everything from the clothing that should be worn to the meals that are appropriate to eat. However, like any religion, the effects of religious laws vary based on how observant an individual is of their religion, the denomination of faith they believe in and their interpretation of religious texts

Confucianism

    Confucianism, also known as Ruism, is a system of philosophical and ethical sociopolitical teachings sometimes described as a religion.

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Holy book

    Chu Hsi 1130-1200, a major Neo-Confucian thinker, designated four texts as containing the central ideas of Confucian thought: two chapters from the Book of Rites, namely, the Great Learning, the Doctrine of the Mean; the Analects, and Mencius.

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Where is started

Confucianism is a way of life taught by Confucius in the 6th–5th century BCE. Sometimes viewed as a philosophy, sometimes as a religion, Confucianism is perhaps best understood as an all-encompassing humanism that neither denies nor slights heaven. Confucianism has been followed by the Chinese for more than two millennia

Where it spreads

    Confucianism spread all over china and neighboring countries, such as Vietnam, Korea, and more forcibly onto Japan. Confucianism spread very quickly for many reasons. One of the reasons is the popularity of Confucius.

Beliefs

The main principle of Confucianism is ren humaneness or benevolence, signifying excellent character in accord with li ritual norms zhong loyalty to one's true nature she reciprocity and xiao filial piety Together these constitute de virtue

Practice

Aside from its important ethical principles, Confucianism does not prescribe any specific rituals or practices. These are filled by the practices of Chinese religion, Taoism, Buddhism, or other religion which Confucians follow.

Code of conduct

Confucius was born in the province of Lu, in northern China. He was born into a family of humble circumstance, and his father died at a young age. He began studying under the village tutor and at the age of fifteen he devoted his life to study. At twenty, he married but soon divorced his wife and had an aloof

How does practicing this religion affect the daily lives of it followers

CONFUCIUS is a latinized form of the honorific title K'ung-fu-tzu Master K'ung given to a wandering scholar from the state of Lu in Shandong Province in northeastern China. Although little known in his lifetime, Confucius was revered as the greatest of sages throughout most of China's history. His teaching, Confucianism, was the state teaching from the beginning of the Han Dynasty in 202 BC to the end of the imperial period in 1911.

Muslim




The founder Islam was Mohammed which who started Islam but their was the holy book was the Quran because Mohammed who create the Quran and start teaching the Quran to the people but Islam started on Mecca tell all the world tell right know but movement where did spread it speared The start of Islam is marked in the year 610, following the first revelation to the prophet Muhammad at the age of 40. Muhammad and his followers spread the teachings of Islam throughout the Arabian peninsula.Beliefs are important in Islam. Right beliefs about God, the universe, and humanity is of primary concern to Muslims. The Quran, the sacred text of Islam states, "Righteous is he who believes in Allah and the Last Day and the Angels and the Scriptures and the Prophets" (2:177). Belief in these doctrines, as well as many others, are important to Muhammad's followers, both past and present.but it basically like Christianity and Judaism but Islam practiced on pray and read the Quran but Islam read Quran tell they fishing it but on Ramadan but we read the Quran tell we fished the Quran all of it but know cod of conduct of Islam was Islam is much more than a religion. For the hundreds of millions of Muslims but the Quran, Islam's holiest text, contain direction for virtually all facets of life. For example, Muslims follow Quranic teachings on social life, child-rearing, marriage, friendship and work. finely resting place it is in Mecca were they can get some rest and other thing know practice on Islam it affects their life they pray and they weak up 5:30 and women can't stay with a onther man but Islam can eat porak because it is not halah know the last thing is when we sleeper at.

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Christianity

The founder of Christianity Is Jesse because he start it the realign.the holy book of Christianity Is the bible which has Old Testament,new testament.but the origi Christianity spread initially from Jerusalem throughout the Near East, into places such as Aram, Assyria, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Asia Minor, Jordan and Egypt. In the 4th century it was successively adopted as the state religion by Armenia in 301, Georgia in 319, the Aksumite Empire in 325, and the Roman Empire in 380.and movement of Christianity

    Christianity spread initially from Jerusalem throughout the Near East, into places such as Aram, Assyria, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Asia Minor, Jordan and Egypt. In the 4th century it was successively adopted as the state religion by Armenia in 301, Georgian 319, the Aksumite Empire in 325, and the Roman Empire in 380.but believe

      Christianity spread initially from Jerusalem throughout the Near East, into places such as Aram, Assyria, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Asia Minor, Jordan and Egypt. In the 4th century it was successively adopted as the state religion by Armenia in 301, Georgiain 319, the Aksumite Empire in 325, and the Roman Empire in 380.but the practice of Christianity practice for holiday and they practice by prying and going Avery sanday to the church.but the cod of conduct is The 10 camandac.

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