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In this section, Hinduism A Perspective, you have read some of the basic concepts
of Hinduism. There would have been lots of unanswered questions. In fact after reading this
section there may be much more. It is definitely a sign of good quest for knowledge and hence
should be welcome. This section may not be the ultimate information. However this could have
served as a starting point. The treasure of Hinduism, the religion that existed from time
undefined to today, is huge. You would definitely want to seek out those information and
enrich your knowledge. This is definitely fine and also encouragable as the Hinduism calls
for wisdom from all horizons.
However take a pragmatic approach as Hinduism suggests for the life of the
followers (purushArtha). When you want to reach that goal, you would also need to enjoy
the journey with the fruits of what you already know. All the food cannot be gulped in
one go. Digest and relish the food you can consume before getting on to more delicacies of
Hinduism. Put the knowledge to practice. With the new strength that is not just the book
knowledge but that is the solid experience, you would be able to receive more information
and in more depth. In case of Hinduism, it is quite a bit experience supported. Rather
than getting into analysis paralysis that leads to nowhere, take one step at time
consolidate it by experience and move forward.
Hinduism has both the flexibility to accommodate and the rigidity to channelize
the followers. The life would be meaningful towards the Bliss as well as enjoyable through
the way ! For practicing the Hindu concepts the following sections may be helpful.
May the Supreme beyond form, name, attributes guide your way to Its Eternal Bliss !
When there is time, now itself seek and get to the betterment.
The God, Difficult One to even divines, is showering now from Its treasury !
Oh Devotees, come, hurry up !
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