| Here we present the
philosophical concept of God in Hindu dharma.
Hindus worship God that has a form, where as one without a form, there is a synergy in
this apparent contradiction. This is presented in the Saguna and Nirguna Brahman sections.
While Hindu believe in multiple Gods and a singular God, these
concept in reality do not differ from one another.
Hindu temples have murtis (images) of Gods and Goddesses, but
do God and Gods have gender?
Is there a hierarchy amongst the Gods and Goddesses?
And how do these God and Goddesses that Hindu worship differ from the ishta Devata
that every Hindu family has?
And how does the worship in Hindu dharma lead to the ultimate
communion with God?
These questions and more, are answered in this section.
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