There are those who are peaceful but there are also the angry ones. The one thing that stands common for all of them is their origin from ‘Sakti.’ It is the purest and ultimate form of power. Also, each of them has some teaching for us that can push us to break our own comfort zone and reach for something better. Philosophies of the Hindu form of life are practiced through the different rituals. However, the lesser known fact is that the philosophies are also well-hidden in the different forms
Playing music, worshiping, ringing the bells, circumambulation of the shrine, invocation, and counting beads with difference dresses are unique. Social works are next thing to earn it such as constructing water spouts, temple, and pilgrim house. Kirati people believe in nature. There are found innumerable festivals and fairs in Nepal. Drinks are culturally accepted within a religion.
That the authority of the Vedas and Brahmin is something you had to follow. There is also the reality of a stable soul that travels from one body to another (reincarnation) and that karma determines a person’s destiny both in this life and the next. The ultimate goal of all Hindus is to get out of the cycle of rebirth. For those who are really religious, this means being in God's presence. 10.
It was extremely useful as it goes into the specifics of traditions for Hindus. An example of the traditions are meditation. Meditation is the power to help us with our four senses to fuel the motions and understand the mind. Another tradition is yoga. It is said to bring out acknowledgement of what a human being must accomplish in his present lifetime, much to do with samsara.
The Hindu temple is a place of worship for Hindus with its rich architecture which attracts thousands of people around the world. Badrinath temple, Brihadeeswara temple, Somnath temple, Kashi Vishwanath temple, Tirupati Balaji, Vaishno Devi temple is some of the great temples in India. There are various rituals in every temple which have been followed from ages. All of them have a cultural and scientific significance which had been lost while passing them to the next generation. We Indians being traditional people follow those customs and practices ours elders ask us to follow without understanding
By reading a mythical story we spread the message to others also. Indian mythology surrounding Ram, Krishna or Shiva is very much alive in the Indian mind. They have become a part of our collective consciousness.  As societies and beliefs change, myths also change along with them. By modernizing and localizing myths it remains relevant in the modern times
This gives Hijras a unique space in the society, and traditional Indians still invite Hijras to seek their blessings on important occasions such as marriage. As Holly Boswell notes, "it is very interesting to note that the majority of older world religions perceived their deities as hermaphroditic and whole-gendered. Ardhanarisvara in Hinduism, Avalokitesvara and Kuan Yin in Buddhism, and Dionysus in the Greek pantheon are examples of this. Divine androgyny is reflected in subsequent representations of avatars such as Sri Krishna in Vedanta, Lan Ts'ai Ho in Taoist China, and even Jesus Christ. In the Qabbalah, Adam mirrored an androgynous God before the split into Eve and subsequent fall from grace.
Rituals were performed praying for agility and safety, prior to venturing for hunting. For instance, the Chola Kings had bow & arrow, the Pandya Kings had tiger and the Chera Kings had fish respectively as their symbols. Similarly, the ancient people had the portrayal of different animal symbols representing their Clans. They had the ritual of keeping those animal symbols in their homes as well as praying centers for worshipping. Those symbols which represent their clans were found noticed at Thiramalai, Mallasamuthiram, Kutralapadai, Pothigaimalai, Perumukkal, Thalapatti, Thiramalpadi and Attakudal in Tamil Nadu.