The Symbols Of Hinduism In Hinduism And Hinduism

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From all times the Hindus greet and have shown respect to 1000 of deities’ bot gods and goddesses. Special symbols of showing respect are considered like joining hands together, bowing down of head or doing shastang prnam (lying down)
In India often when we walk down the roads we would find small temples being worshiped by the local people, and we pass by such small shrines of god and goddesses we will show the gesture of respect all the time. It is interesting to say that not only humans show such gesture of respect but the deities also do so to each other, like the goddesses Lakshmi and Parvati perform such gestures to their husband showing respect. Lord Shiva shows such gesture of respect to Vishnu.
Many pictorial representation and sculptured images depict such representations, in the very same way in Hindu tradition when people welcome or part from each other show the same gesture of respect to one another. We also use the word ‘namaskara’ or say ‘ Namaste’ these words also denote the same gesture of respect and when we meet our elders we touch their feet to take blessing from them and to show respect to them .
In a way all these acts are symbolic to the features of Hindu religion and society .This reflects a supremely important fact about Hinduism: unlike Christianity, and Islam, it postulates no absolute division between divine and human beings.
In a way or so we can say human are more divine because there are some scholars who say that every individual body has

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