Sri Datta Stava

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The stotra contains only 9 slokas and one has to chant 9times everyday without fail. Whoever chant 9 times everyday for 40days, their desires will be definitely fulfilled with the blessings of Lord Dattatreya.
Sri Datta Stava





Sri Ganesaya Namah Sri Sarasvatyai Namah

Sri Padavallabha Narasimha Sarasvathi

Sriguru Dattatreyaya Namah



1. Dattatreyam mahatmanam varadam bhakta vatsalam

Prapannarthi haram vande smartrgami Sanovatu



2. Dinabandum Krpasindhum sarvakarana karanam

Sarva raksakaram vande smartrgami sanovatu



3. Saranagata dinarta paritrana parayanam

Narayanam vibhum vande smartrgami sanovatu



4. Sarvanartha haram devam sarva mangala mangalam

Sarvaklesa haram vande smartrgami sanovatu



5. Brahmanyam dharma tattvajnam bhakta kirti vivardhanam

Bhaktabhista pradam vande smartrgami sanovatu



6. Sosanam papapankasya dipanam jnanatejasah

Tapa prasamanam vande smartrgami sanovatu



7. Sarvaroga prasamanam sarvapida nivaranam

Vipaduddharanam vande smartrgami sanovatu



8. Janmasamsara bandhajnam svarupananda dayakam

Nissreyasa padam vande smartrgami sanovatu



9. Jaya labha yasah kama datu rdattasya yastavam

Bhogamoksha prada syemam prapathet sakriti bhavet

JAI GURU DEVA DATTA!

Press Statement Released By Trustee Of Sathya Sai Central Trust

Press Statement Released by

The Trustees and the Council of Management of

Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust on 28/04/2011.


1. The Trustees and the Council of Management of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust thank the representatives of the print and electronic media who are attending this press conference. Though the media wanted reactions from the Trust in the recent few weeks, the situation, particularly the declining health of Bhagawan Baba, did not make it possible for the Trustees to address any issue other than the treatment being given to Bhagawan Baba. Therefore, the delay in calling this press meet.

2. Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust was founded by Bhagawan Baba in 1972. It is a public Charitable Trust and has been engaged in service activities mainly in the field of Education and Health. Two associate trusts also founded by Bhagawan Baba deal with Medical relief and Higher Education: they are the Sri Sathya Sai Medical Trust and the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning. The medical relief activities being carried on by Sri Sathya Sai Medical Trust has been taken over by Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust from 1st Dec 2010.

3. Bhagawan Baba has been the moving spirit for all these service activities. The Medical relief activity is carried out through two Super Specialty hospitals, one at Puttaparthi and the other at Whitefield, Bangalore and two general hospitals one each at Puttaparthi and Whitefield, Bangalore. Medical relief has been provided to a large number of poor and needy patients without any distinction of caste, religion and language. The details of the Medical relief provided and the infrastructure which has been set up for this are available in websites of Sri Sathya Sai Medical Trust and Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust. (http://srisathyasai.org.in/, http://sssmt.org.in/)



4. In the field of education, the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust runs two schools one at Puttaparthi and another at Rajahmundry. Higher education is imparted by Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning at its campuses at Whitefield, Bangalore, Anantapur and Puttaparthi. A new campus which is ready at Muddenahalli near Chickaballapur in Karnataka state is on the anvil of commencing its operations. The primary focus in all these institutions is value based education and character building.

5. All these activities are carried on in a spirit of service with the belief that love and compassion form the bedrock of spiritual evolution. Medical relief and Education is free. The resources are provided by the Trusts. The Trusts have a moderate corpus which fetches a reasonable return, which is augmented by voluntary contributions made to the Trusts by donors from India and abroad.

6. The activities of the Trusts are spread over the states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The Trusts own and possess land and buildings which are required for education and medical relief activities. The Super Specialty Hospital at Puttaparthi is situated in a campus of about 105 acres of land.

Similarly the Super Specialty hospital at Whitefield, Bangalore is situated in a campus of 52 acres of land. The Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust has met the cost of construction of the projects for setting up the hospitals which was about Rs 65 crores for the Puttaparthi Hospital in 1991 and Rs 130 crores for the Whitefield Hospital in 2001.

7. The General Hospital at Puttaparthi is located on 7 acres of land. The Trust is also running a General Hospital at Whitefield.



8. Similarly in the case of Educational activities, the Anantapur campus for Women is located on a site measuring about 115 acres. The campus at Whitefield, Bangalore comprises about 38 acres. The campus, known as Vidyagiri situated at Prasanthi Nilayam comprising school, University, stadium, administrative buildings, planetarium etc. are located in about 60 acres of land.

9. As regards the schools, Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust runs a school at Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh situated in a campus of about 25 acres.

10. The Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust has also constructed an airport for the benefit of the devotees and patients in the year 1991. The airport is spread over150 acres of land.

11. The Prasanthi Nilayam campus is spread over 70 acres of land. The Trust also owns land and Buildings in Kodaikanal, Tamilnadu. The extent of land is around 3 acres. The Trust also runs a community center known as Sri Sathya Sai Nigamagamam at Hyderabad which is spread over about 3.5 Acres. Another community hall known as Sri Sathya Sai Samskrutha Sadanam situated in Bangalore belongs to the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust.

12. In the recent news reports the value of the Trusts have been hugely exaggerated and it may be seen from the above that the lands are being used as an integral part of the educational campuses and hospitals. They are not meant for commercial use especially in the context of alienated lands which were given for specific purposes.

13. In addition to the above medical relief and education activities, the Central Trust has undertaken drinking water supply projects in Anantapur, Medak, Mahboobnagar, East and West Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh. The Trust maintained these projects for a year before handing them over to the Government. They have since been running smoothly. Besides these, a project for modernisation of the Kandaleru – Poondy canal for providing drinking water to Chennai city has been undertaken. Such water supply projects undertaken between 1995 and 2010 involved an outlay of Rs. 500 crores.

14. The Trusts of Bhagawan Baba have never made an appeal for donations. The income of the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust and Sri Sathya Sai Medical Trust has ranged from Rs 100 – 130 crores per year during the last 4 years. The expenditure for the same period has ranged between Rs 75 – 100 crores per year. It is therefore evident that the size of the Trust is modest.

15. For the medical relief activity about 1000 persons are employed which includes doctors, nurses, paramedical and other staff. The educational activities involve a total number of around 250 employees. In addition, the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation, which is a voluntary organisation of the devotees of Bhagawan Baba, provides volunteers to support these service activities.

16. Besides these, Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust has set up Sri Sathya Sai International Center at the Lodhi road, New Delhi. At the said Center, a school, a training center for Educare and International Center for dissemination of human values, a library and an auditorium have been provided.

17. Inspired by Bhagawan Baba, many schools are set up and charitable activities are organised by devotees in many cities in India and abroad. These do not come under the fold of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust and they are owned and administered by separate bodies governed by their respective charters.

18. In light of the baseless, irresponsible and false accusations of defalcation of gold, valuable artefacts and even money, it is emphatically stated that these accusations are wholly untrue and it is believed that these have been engineered by certain vested interests with a view to defame the fair name of the Trust, its functionaries and the Trustees. There is no truth whatsoever in these allegations.

19. All transactions of the Trusts are duly accounted in their books of account. An experienced and qualified chartered accountant oversees the accounting and financial management. The accounts are duly audited by a reputed firm of Chartered Accountants based at Delhi. Periodical returns, accounts and audit reports as prescribed by law are duly filed with the concerned authorities under the Income Tax Act, FCRA and other applicable statutes. There is no proceeding initiated against any of the Trusts by any authority under any statute alleging any impropriety or violation of law.

20. The Trustees, functionaries and the members of the Council of Management have all been personally selected and placed in their respective positions by the revered Founder Trustee Bhagawan Baba. They are persons of impeccable credentials having served in various capacities in their respective careers. All of them serve the Trust in honorary capacity out of their devotion to the Founder Trustee, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, being motivated by His universal message to serve humanity – Manava Seva is Madhava Seva.



Bhagwan Sri Sathya Saibaba is No More Physically

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Bhagwan's Divine Body-Last Darshanam
Updated Sunday, Apr 24, 2011 1115 Hrs. IST

Official Medical Bulletin by Dr. AN Safaya, Director, SSSIHMS, PG made at 1000 hrs. this morning.

Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba is no more with us physically. He left His earthly body on 24th April, 2011, at 0740 hrs. due to cardio-respiratory failure.

Bhagawan Baba's Body will lie in state at Sai Kulwant Hall for two days (Monday and Tuesday). Arrangements will be made for Darshan after 1800 hrs. today, at Sai Kulwant Hall.

We appeal to all not to rush to the hospital, but to remain calm and have Darshan in an orderly manner.

Read About Bhagwan Sri Sathya Saibaba

News:

10: 21 am: Devotees from around the world have been pouring in over the past week. Special arrangements are being made to accommodate thousands more devotees in the town.


10: 15am: The AP chief minister is on his way to Puttaparthi.

10:00 am:Spiritual leader Sathya Sai Baba dies this morning around 7:40am. His body will be shifted to his ashram. Sai Baba's body will lie in state for two days.

A complete shut down has been called for at Puttaparthi.

Sai Baba was hospitalised on March 28. He died of cardiac and respiratory failure. He was 85.

Bhagwan Sri Sathya Saibaba's Health Condition

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Sathya Sai Baba Health condition remains critical:Time 10.30 pm Monday


Bhagwan Satya Saibaba’s condition turned critical in the night of Monday and his vital organs showed no sufficient response for the medical supports.

The bulletin issued at 10.30 P.M on Monday night revealed that Baba’s vital organs becoming gradually worse.

Baba who was already in the external supports by machines for normal functioning of kidneys, lungs and heart showed deterioration.

A team of doctors are attending to him to save his life at their best.

Baba was admitted to Superspeciality hospital on March 28 following the congestion he had on his chest. The initial treatment showed improvement, but, now, it does not help him for normal functioning of vital organs.

The government of Andhra Pradesh also had sent a team of specialist doctors to help the doctors of the hospital.

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However, the hospital authorities told that Baba is responding to external stimuli and his eyes are blinking when he is called by his name.

Thousands of his followers are gathering before the hospital to know about his health condition. Sufficient police have been deployed to control the gatherings.

The Rastafarianism and Bob Marley

What Is Rastafarianism?


Rastafarianism is a religious movement (especially popular in Jamaica – 5% to 10% of the population) that is less than a century old. It had its beginnings in a black, political movement that started in the 1920s/30s.

The word Rastafarianism often calls to mind the stereotypical images of dreadlocks (long braids or natural locks of hair), ganja (marijuana), the streets of Kingston, Jamaica, and the reggae rhythms of Bob Marley. Rastafarians have no universally acknowledged leaders, no universally agreed upon defining principles. It is a black consciousness movement—Afro-Caribbean—and there is a split between the religion and its accompanying social consciousness, so people can appreciate what Rastas are trying to do socially while not embracing the religion.

Who Was Bob Marley?


Background information

Birth name- Nesta Robert Marley

Born- 6 February 1945(1945-02-06)

Nine Mile, Saint Ann, Jamaica

Died -11 May 1981(1981-05-11) (aged 36)

Miami, Florida, United States

Genres- Reggae, ska, rocksteady

Occupations- Singer-songwriter, musician

Instruments -Vocals, guitar, percussion

Years active -1962–1981

Labels Studio -One, Upsetter, Tuff Gong

Associated acts -The Wailers, Wailers Band, The Upsetters, I Threes, Bob Marley & The Wailers

Website- bobmarley.Com

Nesta Robert "Bob" Marley, OM (6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981) was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician. He was the rhythm guitarist and lead singer for the ska, rocksteady and reggae bands The Wailers (1964–1974) and Bob Marley & The Wailers (1974–1981). Marley remains the most widely known and revered performer of reggae music, and is credited with helping spread both Jamaican music and the Rastafari movement to a worldwide audience.

Bob Marley was a member of the Rastafari movement, whose culture was a key element in the development of reggae. Bob Marley became an ardent proponent of Rastafari, taking their music out of the socially deprived areas of Jamaica and onto the international music scene. He once gave the following response, which was typical, to a question put to him during a recorded interview:

Interviewer: "Can you tell the people what it means being a Rastafarian?"

Bob: "I would say to the people, Be still, and know that His Imperial Majesty, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia is the Almighty. Now, the Bible seh so, Babylon newspaper seh so, and I and I the children seh so. Yunno? So I don't see how much more reveal our people want. Wha' dem want? a white God, well God come black. True true."
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Mantra Pushpam with English Meaning

Mantra Pushpam



Translated by P. R. Ramachander

This mantra is taken from Taithreeya Aranyakam of Yajur Veda. It is normally sung in a chorus by all the priests together after performing any Pooja or Yagna.

In summary, this stotra explains how water is the basis of this universe.



Yopam puspam veda


Puspavan prajavan pasuvan bhavati


Candramava Apam puspam


Puspavan, Prajavan pasuman bhavati


Ya Evam Veda


Yopa mayatanam Veda


Ayatanam bhavati.




He who understands the flowers of water,

He becomes the possessor of flowers, children and cattle.

Moon is the flower of the water,

He who understands this fact,

He becomes the possessor of flowers, children and cattle.

He who knows the source of water,

Becomes established in himself,

Agnirva Apamayatanam


Ayatanavan Bhavati


Yo agnerayatanam Veda


Ayatanavan bhavati


Apovagner ayatanam


Ayatanavan bhavati


Ya Evam Veda


Yopa mayatanam Veda


Ayatanavan bhavati

Fire is the source of water,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself,

Water is the source of fire,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself.

He who knows the source of water,

Becomes established in himself,

Vayurva Apamaya tanam


Ayatanavan bhavati.


Yova Yorayatanam Veda


Ayatanavan bhavati




Apovai va yorayatanam


Ayatanavan bhavati.


Ya Evam veda


Yopamayatanam Veda


Ayatanavan Bhavati


Air is the source of water,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself,

Water is the source of air,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself.

He who knows the source of water,

Becomes established in himself,

Asowvai tapanna pamayatanam


Ayatanavan bhavati


Yo musya tapata Ayatanan Veda


Ayatanavan bhavati


Apova Amusyatapata Ayatanam


Ayatanavan bhavati


Ya Evam Veda


Yopa mayatanam Veda


Ayatanavan bhavati

Scorching sun is the source of water,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself,

Water is the source of scorching sun,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself.

He who knows the source of water,

Becomes established in himself,

Candrama Vama pamayatnam


Ayatanavan bhavati.


Yascandra masa Ayatanam Veda


Ayatanavan bhavati


Apovai Candra masa Ayatanam


Ayatanavan bhavati


Ya Evam Veda


Yo pamayatanam veda


Ayatanavan bhavati

Moon is the source of water,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself,

Water is the source of moon,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself.

He who knows the source of water,

Becomes established in himself,

Nakshtrani va Apamayatanam

Ayatanavan bhavati

Yo Nakshtrana mayatanam Veda

Ayatanavan bhavati

Apovai Nakshtrana mayatanam

Ayatanavan bhavati

Ye evam Veda

Yopamaya tanam Veda

Ayatanavan bhavati

Stars are the source of water,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself,

Water is the source of stars,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself.

He who knows the source of water,

Becomes established in himself,

Parjanyova apamayatanam

Ayatanavan bhavati

Yah parjanyasya syayatinam Veda

Ayatanavan bhavati

Apovai parjanya Syayatanam

Ayatanavan bhavati

Ye Evam veda

Yopa maya tanam Veda

Ayatanavan bhavati

Clouds are the source of water,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself,

Water is the source of clouds,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself.

He who knows the source of water,

Becomes established in himself,

Samvastaro Va Apamayatanam

Ayatavan bhavati

Yassavatsa rasyaya tanam Veda

Ayatavan bhavati.

Apovai samvasara ayatanam

Ayatanavan bhavati

Ya Evam veda

Yopsu Navam pratistitam veda

Pratyeva tistati

Rainy season is the source of water,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself,

Water is the source of rainy season,

He who knows this,

Becomes established in himself.

He who knows that there is a raft is available,

Becomes established in that raft.


Variation

This stanza is included in some versions of mantra Pushpam



Om thad Brahma,

Om Thad Vayu.

Om Thad Athma

Om Thad Sathyam

Om That Sarvam

Om That puror nama

Om it is Brahma

Om it is air

Om it is the soul

Om it is the truth

Om it is everything

Om salutations to that Purusha


Anthascharathi bhootheshu Guhyam Viswa Murthishu

That which is inside all beings secretly is that Universal God

Thvam Yajna

Thwam vashatkara

Thwam Indra

Thvam vayu

Thvam Rudra

Vishnus thvam

Brahmasthvam

Thvam prajapati

Om Thadhapa apo jyothi raso amrutham brahma bhur bhuvasuvarom

You are the fire sacrifice,

You are the the personification of Vedic sacrifice

You are the Indra

You are the air

You are the Rudra

You are the Vishnu

You are the Brahma

You are the Lord of all beings

Om water is light, the essence is the nectar and the concept of Brahma is in all the seven worlds.

Ending stanza

This last stanza is normally recited by priests while giving back prasada after performing an Archana in all temples


Rajadhi rajaya Prasahya Sahine


Namo Vayam Vai Sravanaya Kurmahe

Samekaman Kama Kamaya mahyam

Kamesvaro Vai Sravano dadatu

Kuberaya Vai Sravanaya

Maha rajaya Namah.

King of kings, we praise thee,

Who is the giver of all victories,

Who is the fulfiller of all desires,

Please bless me with wealth,

To fulfill all our desires,

Oh, Kubera[2], we praise thee,

Salutations to the king of kings.

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MUHURTHAMS or Lagnams

The Muhurtham is also familiar as ‘Lagnam’. The eminent Panchang Scholars provides or suggest Muhurtham for any specific occasion basing on the name/star(Nakshatram) etc. Some of the eminent Muhurthams of the running year are given in a row with Date, Time, Thidhi, Nakshatram (Star), Muhurtham, Lagna, name, etc.

Who ever are not in a position to source Scholars can avail the service of fixing Muhurtham by our veteran scholars having on the details submitted by the users. We also furnish all the details including LagnaKundali charts with placement of Grahas and their consequences. As veteran Panchang Scholars say minor doshas are inevitable while fixing Muhurtham as all the settings cannot allow to fix a dosha proof Muhurtham.

The minor doshas those can be compensated with feasible remedies like Japas, Daanas (charities), etc. are furnished with details, for the immediate reference of the user. We can also organise these performances on behalf of the user even without his presence. User’s representatives may witness the performances.

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The Chanting Of Mantra Puspam

Mantra Pushpam - Vedic Hymns in sanskrit

Mantrapushhpa is a collection of select verses from major scriptures, generally the first or the first few verses. In shrii-vaishhNava saampradaaya, mantrapushhpa is usually recited during the archana portion of ijyaaraadhana, when tulasi archana is performed.Mantrapushhpa may also be recited independently, and one can perform maanasika archana.

 
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There are minor variations in the composition of mantrapushhpa even  within the shrii-vaishhNava saampradaaya. The following is one typical version.
 
Mantra puspam contains the description of Virat purusa. The prajapati exolled him as one who blesses the persons praying him.

Mantra puspam is impregnated with the sum total of Gayatri Hrdayam and Gayatri upanishat. The chanting of Mantra puspam amounts to reciting Gayatri Hrdayam and upanishat.

Mantra puspam is a Vedic extract. It is recited at the end of daily worship in all Hindu temples. It also contains text from Arunam and Maha souram. The Creation of the universe is an utterance of Lord Narayana. Who appeared in the Stages of Creation, sustenance and dissolution. Creation has come up of the Supra Cosmic Lord and it is not his function.

It is said that the Seven Centres, Muladhara cakra at the tip of the Sacral region at the back, the Svadhistana located, opposite to spleen along the Spinal cord and the third Manipura Cakra at the navel region and the fourth Anahata at the heart Centre and the fifth Visuddha at the throat region and the sixth Ajna Cakra between the eyebrows, the seventh Sahasrara at the head centre got their Vibrations from the Seven planets and there is turn from the Saptarsimandala.

These mystic sounds of the mantra when properly meditated unlock the Seven Cosmic Centres (Nodes) and establish direct link with Narayana.

Hinduism Is A Religion with Various Idols

Hinduism is a religion with various gods and goddesses.


According to Hinduism, three Lords rule the world.

In the Hindu faith, there is a trinity as in the Christian faith, where God is in three persons:

Brahma: is the creator of all reality,

Vishnu or Krishna is the preserver of all of the creations,

and Maheshwara(Shiva) is the destroyer.

Lord Vishnu did his job of preserving the world by incarnating himself in different forms at times of crisis.

The three Lords that rule the world have consorts and they are goddesses. Consort of Brahma is Sarasvati; goddess of learning. Vishnu's consort is Lakshmi; goddess of wealth and prosperity. Shiva's consort is Parvati who is worshipped as Kali or Durga.

Along them there are a number of other gods and goddesses.

To name a few of them, there is Ganesh, who has an elephant's head and he is also a son of Shiva and Parvati.

Hanuman, who is an ape.

Surya, Lord of sun.

Ganga Ma, goddess of river Ganges.

Samundra, Lord of the sea.

Indra, king of the gods ( but he isn't an important god).

Prithvi, goddess of earth.

Shakti, goddess of power.

The Hindus call their goddesses 'Ma' meaning mother.

Some gods have more than one name.

Shiva is also known as Shankar, Mahadev, Natraj, Mahesh and many other names.

Ganesh is also called Ganpati,Gajanana

God Vishnu incarnated 9 times to do his job and in his every appearance he had a different form which are also worshipped as gods. Among his appearances, he appeared as Rama, Krishna, Narsimha, Parsuram and Buddha.

Krishna also has different names, Gopal; Kishan; Shyam and other names. He also has other titles with meanings like 'Basuri Wala' which means the flute musician and 'Makhan Chor' which means the butter stealer.

There are also gods who can change their forms, for example: Parvati can change into Kali or Durga.

Not all of these gods are worshiped by all Hindus. Some Hindus worship only Vishnu. Others worship only Shiva. Others worship only the goddesses and call these goddesses collectively as Shakti meaning power. Many of these goddess worshipers worship Parvati in her images as Kali or Durga. People who worship Shiva or Vishnu also worship characters and images connected with these gods.

Vishnu worshipers (Vaishnaites) also worship his appearances. Shiva's worshipers (Shaivites) also worship images of bull called Nandi, who was Shiva's carrier and a unique stone design connected to Shiva. There are also Hindus who worship all the gods. There are some gods who are worshiped all over India like Rama and Krishna and other gods who are worshiped more in one region than the other like Ganesh who is worshiped mainly in west India.

Hindus also worship gods according to their personal needs. People who engage in wrestling, body building and other physical sports worship Hanuman, who in Hindu legends was an ape with lot of physical strength. Businessmen worship Lakshmi, goddess of wealth.

Though Hindus worship different idols, many Hindus believe in one God and perceive in these different gods and goddesses as different faces of the same one God. Others believe that idolatry is the wrong interpretation of Hinduism.

Hinduism is a religion which does recognize a single supreme deity but is tolerant of all other religions and gods or goddesses as forms or manifestations of this one single deity or supreme being. Their philosophy is that, although they believe there is but one truth, there are different "Sages" or spiritual leaders who call the truth by different names.
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