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Some wholly equate Hindu religion with cow.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with temples.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with babas, cults, spiritual gurus, sadhus, sanyasis, and like spiritual entrepreneurs.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with karma, kratu,  yajna, like sacrifices.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with Sankaraachaaya; some others with Ramaanujaachaarya; some others with Madhwaachaarya.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with some cultural organizations.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with Bhagavadgita.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with rituals, worships, and religious congregations and large group singing, doing some ritual like that.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with the Upanishads and spirituality/theology present there in.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with some Kings and rulers.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with epics, puranaas, allied religious texts.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with tantra, mantra and chakras.

Some wholly equate Hinduism with blind bhakts.

None equates Hinduism with ancient Indian science and technology, and other fine-arts and their social life for the spread over various communities these abilities as professions of inheritance except for blaming a community for caste system.

What actually Hinduism is?

Dr. S. Radhakrishnan said - Hinduism is a way of life.

 

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