The Brahmans Religion

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During this era, the Brahmans developed some changes in order to transform their religion into something better. Just like Buddhism and Jainism, they wanted to gather as many followers as they can to support their religion. According to the text, the Brahmans became vegetarians and stopped doing animal sacrifice traditions when their religion had begun in a different form. In addition, the Brahmans were influenced by Buddhism and Jainism practices, so they adopt those principles to use as their own. The three deities of Vedic religion: Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva also gathered together to form a trinity of the atma. Hinduism was born when the religious beliefs of all the deities were absorbed into one. There were temples build for people to worship

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