Sat, Feb 18|
A historical, anthropological, philosophical and modernist perspective about the Hindu faith
Time & Location
Feb 18, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EST
Columbus, 3777 Dublin Rd, Columbus, OH 43221, USA
About the Event
Hinduism as a faith is seen by many with the widest of interpretations. Some are attracted to its deep philosophy. Some look upon it with intrigue. Some brush it off without attempting to understand.
Hinduism is an anathema to many and for many a refuge or escape from the rest of the world in search of elusive spirituality and mindfulness.
For many who are not practicing, the Hindu faith holds a mystical charm. Some call it idol worship and some call it a polytheistic faith. Many religious scholars provide their own interpretations without much of an understanding.
Join us for an interactive conversation where we’ll explore:
- The meaning of Hindu and Hinduism
- The origins of the Hindu religion
- How and when the religion was established
- Key tenets of Hinduism
- Hindu God
- Differences between Hinduism and the Abrahamic religions