Ekam Sat Vipra Bahudha Vadanti” – Rig Veda, 1-164-146

Meaning: Truth is One, sages call it by different names. (God, Brahma, Allah, Isvara, Jesus, etc., are one).  Hindus understand that the same god is called by different names and worshiped in different ways.
Vedas say that the Brahma, the formless god, is beyond all forms and is identified with different forms to make him accessible to human comprehension.  So all those names and forms are of the same god when they are worshiped as god. That explains that, for a Hindu, every form of god (including the formless) that other religions worship is the same god they worship. A Hindu never thinks to spread his religion as he already sees unity in diversity.

Hinduism teaches that man’s true nature is Brahman (God) and his goal in this world is bhagwat prapti (to realize god). The entire Hindu idea…

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