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    of a summer music camp and Hindu temple I have acquired perspectives that have impacted me as a teacher permanently. As someone who grew up in the rural towns of Zephyrhills and Lake Alfred, Fl I did not have much more than a simple Southern-Baptist childhood. I was homeschooled until middle…

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    Hindu Temple Experience

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    Religion has always played a prominent part in ancient cultures, and this is all the more so in India. The temples have played a central role in the fostering of the Hindu religion. The Hindu temple is not just a congregational structure or prayer hall. It is the House of God and the image inside is the soul. The temple that I went to was located in Ashland, MA and it was called Sri Lakshmi. From the outside the temple look really big and the color of the building is white, and they are a lot of…

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    Hindu Temple Analysis

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    After studying two classes about Hinduism, I visited Hindu Temple in Halifax this Monday morning. When I arrived there, the first thing jump into my sight is a statue, which a great man stands and erects in the front of the temple. It says that he called Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902), who a famous India monk and philosopher. During 1893 to 1900, he preached Vedanta philosophy in North America and inspired millions people in the service of humanity around the world. Under the culture of Hindu…

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    Hindu temples represent a lot of ritual and symbolic context both inside and outside of the temple. These Hindu temples were first carved out of mountains that could also be seen as a simple umbrella shape. This symbolized the unbounded. The unbounded is known to be the connection with the first Hindu god, Brahma, in the triumvirate. The Hindu Triumvirate consists of the three Hindu gods. It consists of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Brahma is the god of creation, Vishnu is the god of protection and…

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    I. Ritual Observed Due to my interest in learning more about Buddhism, I have taken advantage of what this course has to offer to correctly research and learn about the religion. Unfortunately, I could not find a public Buddhist ritual in time for this assignment. Instead, I observed was a Hindu ritual, performed at the Self Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine, located in the Pacific Palisades. I attended the Sunday service, on May 21st at 9 in the morning, though they do offer a second service…

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    The Prince Arjuna Summary

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    To Whome We Are Devoted The appearance of Hindu temples, and the comissioned works of great leaders, all illustrate the practice of perfecting the image of religion in conjunction with shaping someones social and political image. With the emergence of major Hindu architecture, we have physical evidence of the evolution of mans relationship to god and gods, or so it would appear. This relationship to god seemed to change cross religions into a more specific devotional practice that now had…

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    For our site visits we decided to do Hinduism and Episcopalians because we felt that they are two different kinds of religions and I had no idea what it really was. My group consisted of myself, Jett, Bill and Joe we decided to go to the Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida and St. Hilarys. The Hindu Temple of Southwest Florida has three main deities which are the focus of the temple. The deities of this temple are Ganesh, Krishna, and Shiva which was very interesting because I was expecting to see…

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    Encounter I decided to visit The Hindu Temple of Atlanta. Hinduism was a religion and culture I was not familiar with prior to my last couple semesters, but as I started to learn more about the fascinating tales the culture interest me. I quickly learn the difference from Buddhism and how Hinduism helps develop the religion far as morality and handling the everyday stress that comes along with humanity through meditation. When visiting the temples, one is capable of seeing the two tall…

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    Describe the experience I decided to visit the Hindu Temple on Lackman Road in Shawnee, Ks. My first impression of the temple is that it was clean and well kept. In fact, there were people painting the entry gate as I drove in. As I walked up to the front entrance, I noticed that the sidewalk has many different, colorful patterns. In short, the place seemed inviting. Once inside the door, my first sense to be overpowered was the smell…incense and lots of it. I located the lobby sign to…

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    Symbolism In Hindu Art

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    Flowers and colorful, patterned cloth adorn the large bronze statue, the many hands of the Hindu god tinted with pigment. At the feet or base of the shining awe-inducing god, lies a rainbow of food and gifts. Images of yellow, green, red, blue, and purple, plants, animals and gods are splashed and slapped on the walls, red lentil paste splattered over top of them in thick layers. The largest painting is of Shiva and Parvati together, both holding their palms out while standing on a giant…

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