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Mystery of the 10 principles of Hinduism

Mystery of the 10 principles of Hinduism

The sacred texts of Hinduism are divided into two parts - Shruti and Smruti. Shruti means listening to God Recall after remembering the meaning of memory The memory texts can change from time to time, but not in Shruti. Under the Shruti, four Vedas come - Rigveda, Samaveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda. Brahma Sutras and Upanishads are only part of the Vedas. The main memorial texts are: - Manu Smriti, Ramayana, Mahabharata and 18 Puranas. Srimad Bhagavad Gita is a part of the Mahabharata. The Vedas are the scriptures and none else. We have incorporated the main principles and traditions of Hindu religion into 10 main points.

1. Prabrahma is the only 'truth'

Brahma is the truth. It is unborn, hidden and pessimistic. There is no God , Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh, Durga, Kali, Ganesha, Ram and Krishna. Brahma is called God, Param Pita, Paramatma, God and Pranava. Essentially God is one and only one. No one else No idol of any kind can be made of that Brahma; it is unrighteous truth.

2. The soul is 'unborn' 'immortal'

Souls in the universe are innumerable and infinite. Souls exist in humans, animals, birds, trees and plants etc. There are more spirits than that. The world which is visible to all the trees, plants, water, fire, etc. is only moving through the non-visible soul. The soul is eternal, infinite, unborn, immortal, non-priceless and pessimistic. According to the deeds, the soul carries the next body while remaining selfless in the cycle of birth and death. The earthly cycle of birth and death ends only when a person gets salvation.

3. The ultimate goal of the soul is 'salvation'

One of the important contributions of Vedic Sanatan Dharma is the notion of salvation. Moksha means absolute liberation. To attain enlightenment or Brahmagnya is salvation. There are three ways to achieve this: - Practice, meditation and awakening. Awakening means living in constant witnessing. The first person to achieve salvation, according to karmas, to thousands of births, 1. speed, speed 2. speed motion 3. human speed and 4. God keeps on getting momentum. Moksha is attained only through meditation and sadhana.

In Yoga, there are two types of salvation: 1. Sammavnata samadhi and 2. Uncognized samadhi. Lord Shiva has given 6 types: -1.Assistant, (Aishwarya), 2.Salokya (realization of the masses), 3. Sarsupa (Brahmavarata), 4. Proximity, (near Brahma), 5. Samajya (equality of Brahma ) And 6. Lenata or Saayujya (becoming absorbed in Brahman, becoming Brahman). In Bhakti Sagar, three types of samadhi have been described- 1. Bhakti Samadhi, 2. Yoga Samadhi, 3. Jana Samadhi.

4. Meditation is the duty of every Hindu

Sandhya Vandan is also called Bandhupana. In the temple, it is said to be celebrated only in the Tirtha temple. Although the treaty has been considered eight times. There are also five important in it. Of the five, the union of sun rays and ascendance is of two significant periods. At this time temple or solitary prayer, prayer, prayer is done by Gayatri stanza by doing defeats, Achaman, Pranayamamadi. There are four kinds of intercourse- 1. Praying, 2. meditation, 3. Kirtan and 4. Pooja-Aarti. The person who has such reverence does so.

5. To perform holy deeds

The pilgrimage and pilgrimage are very virtuous. Those who are at the arbitrary pilgrimage and pilgrimage, their journey has no relation with Sanatan Dharma. The journey of four Dham, Jyotirling, Amarnath, Shaktipeeth and Saptapuri in the pilgrimages is the importance of this. Ayodhya, Mathura, Kashi and Prayag are considered to be the main centers of pilgrimage, whereas Kailash Mansarovar is considered as the highest pilgrimage place.

Badrinath, Dwarka, Rameswaram and Jagannath Puri are the four paddy. Somnath, Dwarka, Mahakaleshwar, Srisailam, Bhimashankar, Kareshwar, Kedarnath Viswanath, Trimbakeshwar, Rameswaram, Ghrishneshwar and Baidyanath are the Jyotirlingas. Kashi, Mathura, Ayodhya, Dwarka, Maya, Kanchi and Avanti Ujjain Ye Sapapuri. The above mentioned pilgrimage journey is devotional.

6. It is necessary to celebrate 'mass celebration'

Festivals, festivals and festivals all have different meanings and significance. There is a festival in every season. The importance of celebrating those festivals, festivals, or festivals is more, which are not mentioned in the Vedic scripture, Dharmasutra, Smriti, Purana and Code of Ethics, without the local tradition or culture. Some festivals are celebrated according to the Solutions of Moon and Sun. There are 12 sun salts in which four are: - Capricorn, Aries, Libra and Cancer. In these four, Makar Sankranti is important. The famous festival for sun-worship is Chhath, Sankranthi and Aquarius. Ramnavmi, Krishna Janmashtami, Guruparnima, Vasant Panchami, Hanuman Jayanti, Navratri, Shivratri, Holi, Onam, Deepawali, Ganesh Chaturthi and Raksha Bandhan are prominent in the festivals. However, Makar Sankranti and Aquarius have been considered the highest among all.

7. Sanskar is the mirror of civil society

The main types of sacraments are described as sixteen, which is the duty of every Hindu to follow. The names of these sacraments are-conception, pusavana, seimontonayana, caste, naming, evacuation, annaprashan, mundan, karnavadhan, vyadarambha, Upanayan, vedarambh, kishant, samvarna, marriage and funeral. Every Hindu should do well with the above mentioned rituals. It is a sign of human being being decent and Hindu. The above sacraments should be done only by the Vedic rules.

8. The Vedas, the text of the Upanishads or the Gita

 It is the duty of every Hindu to read or listen to Vedo, Upanishad or Geeta. It is a duty of virtuous to study the Upanishad and the Gita and discuss it in front of any inquiring person, but it is considered prohibition to tell the Vedas before a debate or a confused person. By reading some of the religious texts daily, the blessings of God Shakti are received. The tradition of reciting the Vedas, Upanishads and Geeta in Hinduism has been from ancient times. Changed the time, people started the tradition of the story mentioned in the Puranas, while the text of Vedpath and Geeta Less is more important. Similarly, Japuji is recited in Sikh religion. In Islam it is said to change

9. Religion propaganda: -

It is the duty of every Hindu to praise the religion and to bring the right information about religion to the people. To promote the knowledge of the Vedas, Upanishads and Geeta in the propagation of religion is considered to be the best. There are some types of religious preachers. It is important to read and understand Hinduism. It is important to propagate and disseminate it after understanding Hinduism. The right knowledge of religion should be, then only that knowledge should be told to the other. Everyone must be a missionary. It does not need to wear saffron cloth or to be a monk. Praise of one's own religion and not listening to evils is the true service of religion.

10. It is necessary to act in the act of religion: -

Religion means that we do such a thing that can bring peace to our mind and mind and we can open the door of salvation. At the same time, our social and national interests are also very simple. That is the work that benefits the family, society, nation and self. Religion can be practiced in many ways, such as 1. Vruta, 2. Seva, 3. Dana, 4. Yagya, 5. Persistent, Initiation and visiting the temple etc.


 By fasting, the body is healthy and life gets peace. Sun and moon 12 and 12 are the solstices of the moon. In Sun Sankranti, festivity is of greater significance, then the significance of Vrats in the Moon Sankranti is of greater significance. Chaitra, Vaishakh, Jyeshta, Ashadh, Shravan, Bhadrapad, Ashwin, Kartik, Agahan, Paush, Magh and Phalgun. Out of this, the month of Shravan has been considered as the best month in the Votes. Apart from this, there is a different significance for each month's Ekadashi, Chaturdashi, Chaturthi, Purnima, Amavasya and Majumas. Increased days between the solar system and the moon's moon are called malmas or dominance. Sadhusan Chaturmas, ie, for four months, fasting in the month of Shravan, Bhadrapad, Ashwin and Kartik.

2.Service: -

All the first parents, then the sister-daughter, then helping in any kind of brother-brother is a religious service. After this, the service of the guardians of the disabled, women, students, sannyasins, doctors and religion is considered to be the work of virtue. Apart from this, feeding food to all creatures, birds, cows, dogs, crows, ants, etc. All these yagna come into action.

3. Donation-

An attachment from donation to sensory pleasures leaves. The glands of the mind open, which provides benefits in the cycle of death. The gift of devotion is the simplest and the best solution. There are three types of donors in the Vedas - 1. High, 2. Medium and 3. Environmental What gives the advancement of religion to truthfulness is the best For those who give kirti or selfishness, the middle and the prostitutes who give to prostitution, Pandit, Bhate and Pande, have been considered as inferior. Annadaan, cloth, Vidyaan, Abhaydan and Dhanandan are considered superior in the Puranas, which is also virtuous.


There are five major types of Yajna - Brahmmagya, Devyayya, Pitriya, Vaishwad Yagna and Guest Yagya. Sacrifice, sacrifice, debt, father debt, religion loan, nature loan and maternal debt ends with sacrifice. By continual evening vandan, self-study and meditation, Brahman Yajna is concluded. Devyagya is accomplished with satsang and agnihotra karma. It is the Agnihotra yagna to burn the fire. The patriarch has also been called Shraddha Karam. This yajna is endowed with pindanda, tarpan and reproduction. Vaishwadev yagna is also called ghost sacrifice. Understanding the compassion and duty of all creatures and trees, giving them food and water is called as Bhava Yajna. Serving meaning guests with Atithith Yagya It is a guest offering to help the disabled, women, students, monks, doctors and religion defenders. Apart from this, the description of Agnihotra, Ashwamedh, Vajpayee, Sumnya, Rajasuya and Agni Chayan is found in Yajurveda.


 The initiation of initiation was started by Vedic sages. In ancient times, initiation was made to make the first disciple and a Brahmin. Diksha was given even when parents sent their children for education. According to Hindu religion, direction of life without direction is the initiation. Initiation is an oath, a contract and a resolution. After the initiation, the person becomes a quadrangle. Dwija means second birth. Second persona In Sikhism it is called Amrit Communication.

This tradition of giving initiation has also been in Jain religion since ancient times, although in other religions it was used to convert initiation into its religion. This tradition was adopted by Christianity by religion, which they call Baptista. There are different ways of initiation in different religions. Judaism is circumcised in circumcision.

7. you should go to the temple:

 There should not be a temple in the house. Every Thursday should go to the temple. Should be orbited in the temple. In India, the circulation of the orbits of temples, pilgrimages and yagya has been prevalent since ancient times. It is very important to circular 7 times (saptapadi). It is also done in front of fire in the 7 Parikrama marriages. This revolution is adopted by the religion of Islam which is called Tawaf. Pradakshina is a part of the hedgehog worship. Pradakshina's practice is very old. The importance of orbiting in Jain, Buddhist and Sikh religions, including Hindus is also important. There is a circulation of 7 revolutions of Kaaba in Mecca located in Islam. Pooja-tek, pilgrim parikrama, tradition of wearing white or yellow clothing during yagya, sacred karmas has also been prevalent among Hindus from ancient times. It is necessary to go to the temple or pre-meditate or purify before evening sand. This is called Vujus in Islam.

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