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Divine Chants Of Shakti - Raajaraajeshwari Ashtakam by UMa Mohan

An important belief of the Buddhist religion is 'finding the middle path' this is the same concept as enlightenment. It explains further that you cannot live in the extremes but become one with your surroundings, then is when you will learn compassion and reach enlightenment. Once you have reached enlightenment you no longer have to reincarnate, since the purpose of reincarnation is to learn compassion for others and to become closer to enlightenment.

Siddhartha Gautama is the Buddha of buddhism(from hindu term of wise or something)

Hare Krishna!

Six Puranas whose main deity is Vishnu are described here.Among these Vishnu Purana and bhagavata Purana are popular.

Deepti Bhatnagar visits Brij Bhumi, Vrindavan

Deepti Bhatnagar praises Lord Krishna and speaks about Brij Bhoomi in the holy city called Vrindavan in Mathura district. She visits to Bankey Bihari temple .

BHAGAVAD GITA {16 , 08 } असत्यमप्रतिष्ठं ते जगदाहुरनीश्वरम्‌।  अपरस्परसम्भूतं किमन्यत्कामहैतुकम्‌॥ They say: The world is unreal, without a substratum, without a God, and without an order. Sexual union of man and woman alone and nothing else causes the world. (16.08)

BHAGAVAD GITA , 08 } They say: The world is unreal, without a substratum, without a God, and without an order. Sexual union of man and woman alone and nothing else causes the world.

Sri Maha Vishnu                                                                                                                                                                                 More

There are four main sects within Hinduism: Shaivism, Vaishnavism, Shaktism, Smartism, in which six main gods are worshiped

he vedic literature does not distinguish between the worship of siva or visnu. If we carefully go through the rituals which are totally veda-based, the names Vishnu and Shiva would occur almost indiscriminately without any connotation of the forms denoted by the two names today. Whether it is Shiva or Vishnu it refers only to the Supreme God -

The vedic literature does not distinguish between Shiva and Vishnu.

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