The Hindu culture is a very complex culture: which combines rich ethnical and
normal beliefs. The view of Hindu culture from the outside as a group or as a
society is very much dependable upon our own beliefs and good deeds you do in
your life but some say its too mythical and old to belief. We will take a
close look and try to understand the Hindu culture. The Hindu religion is the
oldest religion of the five major religions, which are Islam, Christianity,

Judaism, and Buddhism. It began to develop about 4.000 years ago in India, but
it has no single forwarder or system of belief. It has many diverse and
different Gods. One important belief is the theory of karma, which holds that
all beings, human or animal that karma determines which soul is for which body
and the birth attribute of each soul. The ideal of the religion is for the soul
to move upward to the most sacred level through the reincarnation. In other
words if a person leads a good life, done good deeds, and had good faith -he/she
will achieve a good karma (score)- his or her soul will move up ward maybe to
king or a scholar personality, meaning his or her soul will have a much better
position in the coming life. And if he or she did bad things in their lives
his/her soul will move down wards to worse position in life maybe a filthy
animal or instinct. Hinduism is primarily found in India where almost 85% of the

Indian population is Hindu. Supporters of Hinduism (apart from the Hindus
themselves) say that the Hindus are very peaceful. It is also part of their
religion to become in higher karma you need to forgive and forget and avoid
fight and violence because it is considered an act of evil. They also have to be
patient in the religion in their religion and this is also one of the reasons
for their peacefulness. Hindus are also known for being very friendly. I
remember once I met this Indian women who held a very newly born child in her
hands, I love babies very much, so I started staring at the baby and fell in
love with it. She noticed how much I was interested in the baby and at once made
the babys face clear for me to see and smiled at me. She suddenly stood up
and came up to me and asked me to keep the baby with me for a while till she
goes to the bathroom. I thought that it was amazing that a mother could trust
keeping her baby with a stranger, and that only shows that she is the type of
person thinks that everyone is an angel and who would think like that unless he
or she was an angel themselves. I am not stereotyping here of course there are
some exceptions in every culture in the world but I am talking about the
majority. Not only this situation but so many other situations that I faced with

Hindus when I lived in Abu Dhabi proved that they are a very friendly and
peaceful people. People who do not support Hinduism criticize it for being a
passive religion and too mythical. They also think that being the oldest
religion may decrease its validity as a religion. But others could hold this
point in the Hinduisms side by saying that it is the origin of all the other
religions. For non- believer Hinduism is just a great myth for children like

Cinderella, and not religion to live by. Yes Hindus are passive but not in a
stupid way, given Ghandi as an example, he knew how to set India free from the

British colonization by his beliefs. I am not a Hindu myself but I believe that
we should respect other peoples beliefs if we want our beliefs to be
respected. Besides I feel that they are misunderstood as being passive but
simple Hindus respect the respectable one and avoid the disrespectable violent
ones, and personally I think it is amazing to save those morals in such a
violent world. To control yourself and not get influenced (no matter what your
beliefs are whether they are mythical or realistic) as long as they are not with
the flow, and you hanged on to them, then you are definitely a strong smart
person. I conclude by saying that Hindus are very special, and their
peacefulness distinguishes them, and that they are very good people who seek
good karmas.