Paper: An inside Look at Hinduism and a Personal View of Hinduism Beliefs

He exists every where and can be approached in every way, not just by performing some special rituals, but also through the very process of living ones life and discharging ones responsibility towards oneself, ones family, ones society and ones own religion. Even helping other religions is not an abominable act. The main difference between Hinduism and other religions is that Hinduism did not evolve out of the teachings of any one saint, prophet or messiah as Jesus, Muhammad, and Moses. Hinduism doesn't have a central creed. The Hindu concept of the "good life" is not based on instructions from God. Hinduism doesn't have a single scripture that is regarded as uniquely authoritative, as to book to look into in order to find out the actual or the correct way of living a life of the religion or the faith you follow, like the Bible to the Christians or the Koran to the Islams. Some would contradict, Hindus having the Bhagavad Gita, but the Gita does not state the ways of living for a Hindu, it is a book that explains the mythological stories of the Lord Krishna and the other gods. It's very difficult to separate the religious elements of Hinduism from the political, racial, social, and other elements, which also make up the Hindu culture. But that's not surprising; as Hindus believe that God is in everything, it would not make sense to separate religious things from everything else. Being a Hindu myself, | argue to the statement that Hinduism is religion, because | do not live by any rules but instead live my life the way | like it, and do what feel is right. This is the philosophy, the line of thinking, behind the concept of Hinduism. The concepts of the omnipresence of God and his inviolable law of life operating universally keep the typical Hindu careful in his actions and responsible towards his own life. For the typical Hindu religion is thus a way of life, a means of self-purification and inner evolution....