Hindu Essay Examples

Presenting the Gospel to a Hindu

Christianity is the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. It began in the Palestine and was proclaimed the fulfillment of Jewish teaching regarding the coming of the Messiah, promised by God to redeem man from sin. Christianity has been not only a religious force, but also a social and political one…. View Article

Hindu Monism

According to Hindu Monism “the universe is the four-dimensional projection of God”. This means that everything in the universe like the living and non-living things such as the trees, animals, matter and all human beings are just a visible manifestation of God ( or Brahman as the Hindus call him). In other words “all in… View Article

Plan balanced meals snacks

During a child’s early years it is essential to obtain a balanced diet due to their rapid growth, development, and activity levels. Children also begin to develop eating habits and patterns at this stage and therefore planning a good balanced meal, snack and drink will encourage them to continue a healthy eating pattern in the… View Article

Hindu mythology

Although Kalidasa makes some minor changes to the plot, the play elaborates upon an episode mentioned in the Mahabharata. The protagonist is Shakuntala, daughter of the sage Vishwamitra and the apsara Menaka. Abandoned at birth by her parents, Shakuntala is reared in the secluded, sylvan hermitage of the sage Kanva, and grows up a comely… View Article

Communal Riots in India

Communal riots have become a distinct feature of communalism in India. Whenever conflicting groups from two different religions, which are self –conscious communities, clash, it results in a communal riot. An event is identified as a communal riot if (a) there is violence, and (b) two or more communally identified groups confront each other or… View Article

National Integration

National Integration Indian civilization has survived-through the ages despite temporary setbacks. Since the earliest times, Indian civilization has marched with common objectives of culture and society. In early days, great emperors like Ashoka unified the country and its civilization and knit ft round a common culture from one end of the country to the other…. View Article

Cultural Sensitivity Paper

The culture that I have chosen to write about for this paper is the culture of India. It can be both a demographic culture and a spiritual culture, depending on the particular beliefs of the client. The people of India have multiple beliefs about health. India has both conventional and traditional beliefs about medicine and… View Article

The Bhagavad Gita

is perhaps the most famous, and definitely the most widely-read, ethical text of ancient India. As an episode in India’s great epic, the Mahabharata, The Bhagavad Gita now ranks as one of the three principal texts that define and capture the essence of Hinduism; the other two being the Upanishads and the Brahma Sutras. Though… View Article