WorldViews: Hindu

What do Hindus believe?



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July 24, 2019


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Part of our WorldViews children’s mission curriculum, this video provides a brief, understandable overview of what Hindus believe. Most Hindu people live in India and other countries nearby. Hindus worship many gods, and they believe that when you make good choices, good things will happen to you. When you make bad choices, bad things will happen to you. This is called karma. Hindus believe that when a person dies, they come back to life as another person or maybe even an animal. This is called reincarnation, and because of this, Hindus do not eat meat. Hindus believe that living well can make the world balanced, and they call this balance dharma. Watch the video to find out more about Hindu people.

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