Religions of Ancient India By: Mya

Hinduism

Hinduism is a major religion that developed in ancient India.

Brahman

Brahman is the universal spirit worshipped by Hindus.

Reincarnation

Reincarnation is the rebirth of the soul.

Karma

Karma is a force that decides the form that people will be reborn Ito their next lives.

Dharma

Dharma is a persons personal duty, based on the individual's place in society.

Status

Status is a person's rank compared to others.

Buddhism

Buddhism is a religion founded in ancient India by the religious teacher Buddha.

Focus

Focus is to place all of one'/ attention on something.

Nirvana

Nirvana is a state of perfect happiness and peace.

Jainism

Jainism is a religion of ancient India that does not believe in a supreme being. It emphasizes nonviolence and respect for all living things.

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