Looking at Hinduism: Part 2

Published 17th June 2019 - Brian N. | Series: Looking at Hinduism

What makes a person a Hindu? The best way to answer that is to look at how Hindus define themselves. Specific practises, beliefs and scriptures do not define a Hindu, as Hindus do not all agree on these things.

Hindus do unanimously agree, however, that a person is a Hindu if they are born a Hindu. Fulfilling one’s duty is of upmost importance to a Hindu. Each individual’s dhurma, or responsibility, is unique.

In this video Dr Brian N. explores what it means to be a Hindu.

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