Hindu Gods and Goddesses Introduction to the hindu gods and hindu goddesses.
Hindu Gods & Goddesses
There is a remarquable religious tolerance embedded within the pantheon of countless Hindu gods and goddesses, allowing anyone to experience the divine in the way that suits best at a particular time. This also explains how it is possible for many different Hindu gods and goddesses to be worshipped by members of one and the same Hindu family.
Introductory video on the Hindu gods & goddesses :
For those that are strangers to India and Hinduism this may appear as strange, as most other religions are less obviously tolerant towards other points of view. Yet it is easy to experience whenever you are in India. You should then not waste the opportunity to try out the following test : ask the Hindu people you meet which are their favorite hindu gods and goddesses. You will get very diverse answers, with Ganesha, Shiva, Hanuman, Durga, Lakshmi and many other Hindu gods and Goddesses named. If then you ask the same people how their favorite Hindu gods and goddesses relate to other hindu gods and goddesses, you will usually get the same answer : "Well of course, all Hindu gods and goddesses are the same god or divine energy, nameless and without form - only in this particular form I like my hindu gods and goddesses best".
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