Hinduism is one of the broad religions across the world with millions of Hinduism followers, called Hindus. Hinduism is full of customs, rituals, and richness of faith in Gods.
While in Muslim or Christianity, people have only one God, however in Hinduism, we have 33 million Gods and Goddesses. Hindus worship innumerable deities and blindly follow them. In India, Hindus celebrate diverse festivals of different supreme Gods and Goddess.
Hindus have Gods for everything. As in, Goddess Laxmi– goddess of wealth, Lord Shiva– the supreme god, the destroyer and the god of austerity, Lord Ganesha– lord of knowledge, Goddess Saraswati– the goddess of learning, Goddess Parvati– the goddess of power and love, etc. and many more.
But why do Hindus have so many Gods?
Watch this video to know why Hindus believe in diverse gods:
In Hinduism, you have the freedom to choose your path, to whom you may consider observing or to worship.
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