FAQ`s On Hinduism
On the off chance that we truly need to comprehend a religion, we should read its sacred writings first. Be that as it may, by and large, we comprehend a religion by its adherents and make certain conclusions about it. As Hinduism is an extremely old religion and is drilled in various courses by individuals in various districts of the world and particularly India, clearly non-Hindus have heaps of mistaken assumptions about it and the greater part of them don't recognize what the bona fide Hinduism is. The same is valid for the Hindus themselves additionally on the grounds that what one Hindu from a specific area comprehends what Hinduism is, is unique in relation to what others are seeing in an alternate district. Furthermore, as Hindu sacred writings are composed in Sanskrit, the greater part of them don't read them and take after what they have been advised to since their adolescence.
This article incorporates every now and again made inquiries on Hinduism. We will attempt to answer every single question about Hinduism in this article with the goal that it is straightforward Hinduism. On the off chance that you have any question, please don't hesitate to ask by emailing us.
1. Are there 330 million Gods in Hinduism? Why does Hindus have such a variety of Gods?
Reply: It is the greatest misguided judgment about Hinduism that Hindus adore 330 million Gods making Hinduism a polytheistic religion, yet truth be told, Hinduism trusts in just a single God however enables its devotees to venerate the God in many forms, for example, nature (counting trees, sun, icons, creatures, and so forth.) and people (Lord Krishna, Lord Rama, Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, and so forth.). These people are called devas (gods) and are frequently befuddled by calling Gods. Devas are heavenly creatures that control powers of nature, for example, fire, air, sun, rain and so forth., which is same as Christians revere Jesus and Buddhist love Lord Buddha as delivery people of God. They are not to be mistaken for the One and the Supreme God. A large portion of the divinities are for the most part considered incarnation of Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, and Devi Parvati.
In Vedic Hinduism, there were 33 devas, which later ended up noticeably misrepresented to 330 million devas. Actually, all the devas are themselves viewed as more everyday indications of the One and the Supreme Brahman (God) for reverential love. The Hindus don't truly love 330 million separate divine beings. The Sanskrit word for "ten million" likewise signifies "gathering", and "330 million devas" initially signified "33 sorts of heavenly indication.
2. What is Sati framework? Does Hinduism bolster Sati framework?
Reply: The Sati is a burial service hone among some Hindu people group in which an as of late widowed lady would either deliberately or powerfully immolate herself on her better half's memorial service fire. That is, if a lady's better half dies before, she should immolate herself. This practice was halted in 1829 by British Government in light of the profitable endeavours by Raja Ram Mohan Roy, a Hindu social activist.
It is to be noticed that exclusive a couple of groups among Hindus used to hone Sati or Suttee framework. Sati or Suttee framework is not in the least bolstered by the legitimate Hinduism. There is no sacred text in Hinduism which bolsters this framework.
It is indistinct why and how this savage convention arose however, it may have more likely than not been risen because of disallowance of second marriage for a lady.
3. Is it genuine that to wind up noticeably a Hindu you need to be born as a Hindu as it were?
Reply: Actually, Hinduism was not established as a religion. In this manner, there is no reference to transformations in Hindu sacred writings. The theory of Hinduism is interested in all and you don't have to change over to acknowledge it.
At first, individuals did not use to acknowledge the individuals who changed over to Hinduism yet the conditions have changed at this point. There are various associations like ISKCON, Arya Samaj, and other people who effectively lecture Hinduism and guide those individuals who need to end up Hindus.
Subsequently, it is not genuine that to wind up plainly a Hindu you need to conceived as a Hindu as it were.
4. Is it important to end up as ascetic with a specific end goal to achieve salvation?
Reply: No. Turning into a ascetic to accomplish salvation is only one of the diverse approaches to achieve salvation. One can accomplish salvation by spending through one's life as a typical individual. Bhakti Yoga is the least demanding approach to achieve salvation for a typical individual.