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Write 5 pages thesis on the topic learning about hinduism. To divulge more into this matter and to enhance the understanding of the religion in a better manner than the paper takes into accord an inte
Write 5 pages thesis on the topic learning about hinduism. To divulge more into this matter and to enhance the understanding of the religion in a better manner than the paper takes into accord an interview conducted upon a person who is a spiritual aspirant in this direction.
The interview in this direction is taken online through chat with a person who is an engineer by profession and is aged around 47 years. He resides in Bangalore and is a staunch believer of Advaita Vedanta Philosophy. This person agreed to share his own personal views about the practices and rituals of Vedanta Religion on being contacted through the online sphere. Questions that were asked to him concerned mainly with understanding the religious framework of the Vedanta religion along with the doctrines and practices ingrained in such.
The first question that was asked to the interviewee was concerned with understanding and identifying the philosophy of Vedanta as a religious philosophy practiced in India. The focus of the question was directly placed to know whether Vedanta is truly a religion or just a set of dogmas and preset ideologies. To this end, the interviewee acclaimed that Vedanta is a scientific and intellectual religion. The interviewee stated that Vedanta as a religion renders focus on a universal God which the Vedantists of the followers of such religion regard as the Omnipresent Power of Supreme or Absolute Consciousness. He stated that the religion of Vedanta goes further in understanding the realms of sublime consciousness ingrained in the physical system, which is regarded as the Universal Truth. The interviewee also stated that the religion of Vedanta is a more refined understanding of the Hindu philosophy or religion. He stated that Vedanta acts as a backbone to the Hindu religion. The Vedanta religion according to him stands on three main pillars viz. Existence, Knowledge, and Supreme Bliss, which is also maintained in the Hindu religion as Sat, Chit, and Ananda respectively. The interviewee also acclaimed that through Vedanta one can easily approach higher states of consciousness which transcends the body and mind to a Supreme and Unified state thus bringing peace and enlightenment. (Vedanta).