Hinduism and american education

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    13:08 Hinduism is a monotheistic religion :facepalm:
     
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    I'd say Media Studies (BA) is important. I think it'd be perfect. Seeing how Hollywood is developing right now. When I was getting into school I needed to order an essay quickly (at essayfast.com)and I'm hopeless in it, so these guys helped me. And it was in US, I love their education system
     
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    his explanation of why it's monotheistic sums up what many hindus are taught. many of us believe the ultimate god head takes on many forms to engage humanity. the god head can be Shiva, Vishnu, brahma, Durga, Kali etc or even a formless absolute god that even any of the aforementioned are at the mercy of.

    Hinduism is like a large tree with many branches but we all have core beliefs like Dharma, Karma, respect/a thirst for knowledge and accepting the vedas and Gita as our Scripts.

    He's not wrong or right. He just has his interpretation of our Ethos
     

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