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A Hindu is any person that practices karma-yoga, bhakti-yoga, or gyana-yoga for achieving Moksha (freedom from rebirths)

Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia, is devoted to educating the public about all aspects of Hinduism ranging from history and philosophy to current events that impact Hindus.

We are the only online Hindu encyclopedia that provides the public with a traditional perspective on our religion and way of life.

There are 6,002 articles on Hindupedia.

General Introduction

Shastra (Scripture & Literature)

Core Concepts

Approaches to Salvation

Individual and Social Life

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Sagely Quote

   
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Science says that death of brain marks the death of a person.

Saints say that death of mind marks the real death of a person.

   
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—Sri Sri Muralidhara Swami

Sampradayas

Living Traditions

Sciences

History

Nastika Systems of thought

  • Charvaka

Outgrowths of Hinduism

Interactions with Abrahamic Religions

Textbooks for Children

Dharma for Students