Hindu Students Association and Hinduism Today, brings you series of videos to educate Hindus, and non-Hindus on basics of Hinduism. It is our intentions to make this videos brief, and easy to digest.
The goal is to assist young Hindu’s learn about Hinduism, and to dis-spell common misconception about Hinduism
This first video addresses the question, “Why does Hinduism have so many Gods?” A quick answer to this question is very simple, it goes, “Hindus all believe in one Supreme God who created the universe. She (or He, OR whatever your experience makes you see the supreme reality as) is all-pervasive. She created many Gods, highly advanced spiritual beings, to be Her helpers.” From What is Hinduism? by Editors of Hinduism Today
Swami Bodhinatha Veylanswami :
The narrator of the video is Swami Bodhinatha Veylanswami. Swami Bodhinatha Veylanswami is a 163rd preceptor of the Nandinatha Sampradaya’s, Kailasa Parampara.
Most of the year finds him on the island of Kauai, where he oversees the varied publications of Himalayan Academy and serves as publisher of the international magazine, Hinduism Today. At the 458-acre monastery-temple complex, he trains the younger monks in both their service duties and their spiritual practices, and guides the lives of hundreds of families around the globe. Bodhinatha is actively immersed in a series of educational projects and international seminars that focus on bringing spiritual instruction to Hindu youth.
Hindu Students Association :
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