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A religious faith originating from the country of India before 1500 BC. They believe life is governed by karma, and dharma, until the believer has achieved moksha (release) and are released from samsara (life, death, reincarnation). They worship the multiple forms of Brahma, and practice puja in honor of them.

Conversion Difficulty: Difficult
Difficult Conversion
Accept the beliefs, and practice them

Time Consumption: Moderate
Moderate Time Consumption
Daily participation in mantras and living a minimalist lifestyle is time consuming

Cost to Participate: Some
Some Cost
Cost is determined in many ways; monetary & non-monetary

Deities: Brahma
Literature: Vedas, Bhagavad Gita, Ramayna, Upanishads
Location Practiced: India, Worldwide
Afterlife: Samsara (endless reincarnation) unless you reach moksha
Congregation: Over 850 million
Meaning of Life: Achieve moksha & live rightly & honestly in devotion to Brahma
Famous: Bobby Mehta, George Harrison, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, Vyomesh Joshi

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