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  • Shriramsharma.com
    Free book on Indian Kundalini Yoga for purification and focussing of the psyche which helps attain good health, wealth and prosperity. Further it will create a new generation of children all over the world that will work for World Peace and Brotherhood.

  • About Hinduism
    Hinduism differs from Christianity and other Western religions in that it does not have a single founder, a specific theological system, a single system of morality, or a central religious organization. It consists of "thousands of different religious groups that have evolved in India since 1500 BCE."

  • About the American Institute of Vedic Studies
    The American Institute of Vedic Studies is an educational center devoted to the greater system of Vedic and Yogic knowledge. The Institute teaches various related aspects of Vedic Science including Ayurveda, Vedic astrology, Yoga, Tantra, and Vedanta with special reference to their background in the Vedas. Identifying the Vedas with the broader system of Hindu Dharma the Institute is engaged in many educational projects in the greater field of Hindu studies.

    God has given us a great gift in the form of this human body. The only purpose of this human birth, which is very difficult to get, is to realize God and hence terminate this incessant cycle of birth and death. This site contains the teachings of the great teacher of the 20th century, Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj.

  • Festivals of Bharat
    Hindu festivals...descriptions, calendar.

  • Hinduism for Schools
    Facts/lessons about Hinduism - primary school level.

  • Nine Questions About Hinduism
    Hinduism is both a monotheistic and a henotheistic religion. Hindus believe in one supreme God who created the universe and who is worshipped as Light, Love and Consciousness. Hindus were never polytheistic, but were always henotheistic. Henotheism is defined by Webster's as "the belief in or worship of one God without denying the existence of others."

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