Compare And Contrast Daoism And Monotheism

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Although the Vedas, and other Hindu texts have remained the same, the interpretations of them have changed and will continue to frequently change. For example, the Bhagavadgita and the Upanishads were both interpreted differently by different scholars and thinkers. For example, Sri Shankaracharya saw them as a representation of monotheism, while Sri Ramanujan believed that they justified monotheistic belief. Revelations and Interpretations of Hindu texts will continue change, as human thought and intellect continues to evolve and develop.
The Vedas and all the concepts that they entail have and will most likely remain an eternal feature in Hinduism. Throughout the history of Hinduism, the religion has spread mostly inside the Indian region,
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In present day, Daoism still affects all of Chinese society as a whole. Daoism plays a huge role in the infrastructure and value system of China. Many people in China follow Daoist beliefs and affirm to a Daoist mindset. Daoism has also, had huge influences on other religions such as, Buddhism and Confucianism. Daoism achievement has also widely spread to the Western world. For example, acupuncture, a very popular form of relieving physical pain, originated as a Daoist practice. Overall, while Daoism may not be a globally prevalent religion, it has left its mark on China 's culture, several other religions, and its practices can be seen in many other …show more content…
Theravada Buddhism uses Pali as its scriptural language and is the most popular form of Buddhism in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Burma. Having the goal of reaching a repetitive cycle of life and death known as Samara . Mahayana Buddhism in China, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Vietnam use Chinese scriptures and teachings in addition to the Dharma. With the ultimate goal of fulfilling the destiny of enlightenment, Bodhisattva and becoming a Buddha. Tibetan Buddhism, practiced in Tibet, China, Nepal and Mongolia is a religion that has evolved to work well with other religions and lifestyles while focusing on inner peace and the journey towards

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