Learn all about Hinduism here with this collection of articles about the Hindu religion. Here are some of the important Hindu Religious Holidays, as well as a primer on what the Dharma is, and a glossary of Hindu religious terms.
Dharma is an essential concept to Buddhism and Hinduism, but it has a different meaning depending on which religion it is used.
Hinduism is the oldest living religion in the world, and is based on ancient texts known as the Vedas, as well as prehistoric animist religions which existed in the Mohenjo Daro civilization. Indian people commonly refer to Hinduism by the more traditional phrase Eternal Religion… [More]
The Rig Veda is considered “The Ultimate Source” and is as close as there is to a Hindu Bible.
Did you know that the different hand gestures all have a deep meaning in Buddhist and Hindu art?
While many gods and goddesses have a day devoted to them, Shiva has a night devoted to Him instead.
The Mahabharata is one of the most important Hindu religious books. So why is it so misunderstood.
If you haven’t been hugged by Amma yet, read here to find out how you can get your hug.
The Holi Festival is one of the most colorful and vibrant of all Hindu celebrations.
A reader sent us a question (actually several questions) by e-mail regarding the Vedas, which are the ultimate religious texts in Hinduism. They are the earliest texts and devotees believe that they are the ultimate authroity on religious and spiritual matters. While we have a… [More]
A brief list of the names of some of the Hindu temples in the USA. Please see our directory for a more complete list.
This Hindu Glossary explains many of the most important terms in Hinduism.
Buddhism and Hinduism have a common past, and while there are many similar beliefs between the two religions, there are just as many differences between the Buddhist and Hindu faiths.
The Bhagavad Gita is often translated as The Song of the Celestial One, and is part of the Mahabharata epic. It is one of the best guides of the Indian approach to life. The Baghavad Gita is the discourse given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna… [More]