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God is not necessarily worshipped , does any religion had this philosophy ?

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Started: 12/7/2015 Category: Religion
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swetaketu

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I really don't understand why people don't see the ocean of Hindu philosophy , I would even say at my sleep , if you take all Abrahamic religion and create one mega religion , then probably that would begin to give you some idea about what Hinduism is . if you look at it from top to bottom or bottom up , you would see unimaginable ideas that reveled to us.
Nonsense

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Hinduism has one god 'force' named Brahman [http://www.bbc.co.uk...] What is important to understand is that Brahman isn't a conscious being like the Gods of Abrahamic religions but it is rather a force that is limitles sin both scale of power as well as form of power.

All the forms of Brahman, also known as the demigods, are the true god manifesting into a form with which we can relate to for a specific purpose or moral lesson.

Hindus very much worship god and do so through an almighty ten forms of worship[http://hinduism.iskcon.org...]:

1. Puja " ritual worship, especially of the deity
Arti " the greeting ceremony with lamps, etc.
Bhajan or Kirtan " hymns and chants (often during arti)
Darshan " taking audience of a deity or holy person
Prasad " offering and eating sacred food
Pravachan " talk or lecture on the scriptures
Havan " the sacred fire ceremony
Japa/Meditation/Prayer " internal practices of worship
Parikram/Pradakshina " circumambulation
Seva " active service, to the deity, holy people, etc.

All religions involve worshipping god, even the atheistic religion of Buddhism does so because it says that there is a piece of god in all of us and we need only look within ourselves deep enough to finally find the god within us and worship him through treating our body and soul and the equivalent for others around us with great respect.

Sources for the Buddhist view of god:

[1] http://www.iawwai.com...
[2] http://www.sacred-texts.com...
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