Hinduism has been practiced for more than 8000 years, making it one of the oldest religions still in existence.

Hinduism has been practiced for more than 8000 years, making it one of the oldest religions still in existence. It is supported by numerous texts, including the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, the Ramayana, and the Mahabharata, as well as sculptures that have been found all across the world. As a result, other religions like as Jainism, which dates back to 3000 BC, Buddhism, which dates to 600 BC, and Sikhism, which emerged parallel to Hinduism in the 16th century, were created. Raja Ram Mohan Roy, the founder of the modern Bengal renaissance movement in India, founded the Brahmo-Samaj religion in the 18th century with the help of other well-known social activists based in Calcutta city, including Keshab Chandra Sen, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Dayananda Saraswati, Debendranath Tagore, Dwarknath Tagore, and many others.

Every living thing on this planet has a limited lifespan, yet their souls are eternal. Hinduism holds that after physical death, a person's soul or spirit may go to a different body, depending on the caliber of the work they did in the previous life. To acquire Moksha, also known as a release from suffering, is the ultimate goal of all human beings in order for the Almighty to return them back to the earth once more. This process is never-ending and never-ending until one succeeds. Most Hindus hold that birth, death, and reincarnation are all parts of the cycle of life, which can take many various forms, including that of humans, animals, insects, and even plants on earth. Hinduism claims that we must always choose the right course in life because it offers us a wealth of options.

The Hindus believe that since lifestyle determines Karma or internal action, the good or bad deeds of life promote the positive or negative qualities for the reincarnation of the soul. The process of rebirth continues until the taste of life is exhausted. If our deeds as humans were good, then there may be an opportunity to have rebirth as humans again. If we did not do good Karma, then the soul may come back as an animal or even as a tiny insect or plant. It is thought that the process of rebirth could even occur as a plant.

We have a variety of plants, some of which are deadly while others are known as Amrita Brikhhas and whose fruits are offered to God in worship.
Again, Karma, or the action of life, is what is behind these.
In Hinduism, it is widely held that if you offend your parents, guru, or any other form of life in the gravest way, you could return as the filthiest kind of insect—a feces beetle.


Understanding the Bhagavad Gita with AI

Two researchers conducted an experiment to determine the meanings of many versions of the revered Hindu text known as the Bhagavad Gita, and they discovered a shared meaning among them. The composition has been translated into several languages, although their meanings differ and could be interpreted in various ways. Artificial intelligence (AI) is used in the experiment to extract the meanings from the translations and compare and contrast their differences.

त्रियुगी-नारायण के इस मंदिर में भगवान् नारायण भूदेवी तथा लक्ष्मी देवी के साथ विराजमान हैं।

त्रियुगी-नारायण के इस मंदिर को विष्णु द्वारा देवी पार्वती के शिव से विवाह के स्थल के रूप में श्रेय दिया जाता है। 

ये है शीश गंज साहिब गुरुद्वारा जहां सिखों के नौवें गुरू ने दिया था अपने जीवन का बलिदान।

शीश गंज साहिब जहां औरंगजेब का घमण्ड तोड़ा गया था, यहाँ धर्म की रक्षा के लिए गुरु तेगबहादुर ने दी थी शहादत। 

Navroz: A Parsi New Year's Celebration of Accepting New Beginnings

Meaning in Culture: Navroz, which translates to "New Day," has its origins in antiquated Zoroastrian customs. It represents the arrival of prosperity and progress as well as the victory of light over darkness. Navroz, which falls on the vernal equinox, is widely observed by Zoroastrians, especially those of the Parsi community in India.