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Holy books and place of worshipEdit
The holy book is the sacred books. An example of a blessing is “we meditate upon the brilliance and glory of the god of the sun which lights up the heavens and the earth. May he inspire us and bless us.” They were written in Sanskriti. They are divide into two main groups one is shruti which means “heard “and the other was call Smriti which means remembered. The oldest holy book is The Vedas
They worship at a building call Mandir or a temple. Temples are dedicated to god, goddess or holy man. Some worship at home in a quite room. When they enter the temple or leave it they ring the temple bell.
Major belifs and practicesEdit
Their Practices A Hindu man’s life is traditionally divided into four stages Brahmacharya- Life as a student Grihastha – Married Life Vanaprastha- Retirement Sannyasin – Life as a wandering holy man. The Sikh Festivals - December / January Gura Gobind Singh’s birthday - February Hola Mohalla : the fair in Anandpur in honor of Gura Gobind Singh. - April Baisakh : a celebration of the completion of the foundation of the Khalsa - August a celebration of the completion of the Gura Granth Sahib - October Gura Nanak’s birthday
The Hindu year begins around spring of fall they be 1,000 festivals . It started in India .
They believe in Brahman. This means that every part of life has to do with worshiping. They also believe in the arti ceremony which has to do when they get their dot on their head made of special powder or paste on their forehead. It is a symbol of soul. When they wear the red dot that means they are married.PPOOO HOLE
The hindu new year starts in the fall and started in India
- December / January Gura Gobind Singh’s birthday - February Hola Mohalla : the fair in Anandpur in honor of Gura Gobind Singh. - April Baisakh : a celebration of the completion of the foundation of the Khalsa - August a celebration of the completion of the Gura Granth Sahib - October Gura Nanak’s birthdayI SUCK DICKKKK