Though the religion is the world’s 3rd largest and oldest religion, still millions of people don’t know about the facts about Hinduism. The most interesting fact about it, is that it doesn’t have any founder, but there are billions of believers. Another important element unlike in any other religion is that there are many Gods and each of them has their own identity and their specific duty to help the people. As such, I think the Hinduism is still transforming and evolving from one generation to another generation. The actual fact is that, there is a God, in my opinion, it does not matter, because Hindus worship God in the form of an idol. Seas, hills, mountains, animals and natural things will be useful for a human being a part of Hinduism. There are various deities, gods, lords from one yuga to another yuga in Hinduism that are overwhelming.
As far as I know, the main thing Hinduism sets different from other religions is the fact that Hindus are confident about the fact that there are many ways to reach God. Whereas many other religions believe that there is only one way to go to God, and that is just to follow and to be good people. Hindus have faith in reincarnation; this is another important differentiation from other religions. There are many interesting facts to note to know about the Hinduism. Hinduism is a way of life, Dharma, it cannot be set as a religion, it is a law that governs all actions of people. The Dharma is clearly given the traditions, ethics, procedures to follow, meaningful rituals, philosophy and theology. The important concepts and unifying beliefs in the Hinduism are our beliefs determine our thoughts and attitudes about life, which in turn reacts to our actions. Because of our acts, our destiny is decided. God, Souls and Cosmos are the strong beliefs and essential to approach the God. The 4 vedas are the law and binding facts of Hinduism. The reincarnation goes from one life to another, until the soul gets liberation from the cycle of birth and Moksha is attained. The religion calls their religion as Sanathana Dharma and emphasizes its continuous, seemingly eternal existence. It consists of customs, rituals, tradition and obligations to perform.