Hindu Muslim Unity: Ghana’s Hindu temple reveres other faiths

ACCRA: Ghana’s population of 23 million includes 12,500 Hindus, of which 10,000, like their Swami Ghanananda Saraswati, are indigenous Africans. The African Hindu Monastery (AHM) is now Ghana’s largest centre of Hindu worship. The AHM’s non-exclusionist attitude is apparent from the picture of Jesus alongside the Hindu gods on the main mantelpiece, as well as images…

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Women in Hinduism Part 1

“both women and men are manifestations of the Supreme Being” – Atharva Veda Samhita 8:9:11

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Hindu Muslim Unity: Vaishnavas and Muslims discuss the name of God

Muslim and Vaishnavas met in DC to discuss the many Names of God. “Reverence for God’s name is an important aspect of both traditions, and we thought it was something around which we could share commonalities, understand differences, and learn from each other,” one attendee said.

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Hindu Muslim Unity: Charitable giving

Both Hinduism and Islam command (not suggest) its followers to help the less fortunate and regularly donate a percentage of their income.

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Is Hinduism polytheistic?

Often a point of contention in religious debates, the idea of God manifesting in various forms is greatly misunderstood. There are some who believe that Hindus worship “330 million different gods” with Hindu verses taken out of context and misconstrued.

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