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Who is the Founder of Hinduism

Founder of Hinduism


There was Vedic religion in the whole world earlier. Then this religion began to deteriorate. The people and the so-called saints gave birth to differences and thus people of the same religion were divided into many castes and sub-castes. These were racists who did not believe in the Vedas, Vedanta and God. One of them called himself a follower of Vedic religion and Arya, the other was a witch-turned-believer and a worshiper of nature elements. Both classes were living in confusion and disorientation because they had nothing to do with Vedic religion. It is said that during the period of Shri Krishna, more than 72 such Non-Vedic communities were present in the world. Shri Krishna then united everyone and again established the Vedic Sanatan Dharma.


• The condition of Hinduism today is that every saint has one religion and every caste has its own religion. People are living in confusion and disorientation. Except the Vedas, saints, astrology and others have become supporters of other or arbitrary religions.
• It is often said that there is no founder of Hinduism. There is no trace of the beginning of this religion. However, according to religious experts, the religion, which is currently in progress, began with the inception of the first Manu Swayambhuva Manu.
• Agni, Aditya, Air and Angira, including Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh, established this religion. Gradually, this religion was established through Vishnu, Brahma from Vishnu, 11 Rudra, 11 Prajapatis and Swayambhuva Manu. This religious knowledge was followed by separate branches from the seven disciples of Shiva. Vedas and Manu are the origins of all religions. After Manu, many messengers came and brought this knowledge to the people in their own way.


With a tradition of more than 90 thousand years, the knowledge reached Shri Krishna and Gautam Buddha. If someone asks, “Who is the founder of Hinduism”, you should say that Brahma is the first and Srikrishna-Buddha is the last. Tell those who ask that Agni, Air, Aditya and Angira established Hinduism. It is not a substance named after the Rishis.


अग्निवायुरविभ्यस्तु त्र्यं ब्रह्म सनातनम।
दुदोह यज्ञसिध्यर्थमृगयु : समलक्षणम्॥- मनु स्मृति


• The Supreme Soul, which created human beings in the original world and attained the four Vedas Brahma through the four Rishis of Agni etc., received the Rig, Yazu, Sam and Atharvaveda from Agni, Air, Aditya and Angira. -Human Memory
• After the holocaust in the original world, Swayambhuv Manu, the son of Brahma, preached Dharma. Manu taught Brahma and taught the Vedas to the Rishis like Bhrigu, Marichi, etc. A substantial portion of the description of this verbal tradition is found in Manusmriti in real form.
• According to the Shatpath Brahman, Agni, Air and Sun performed penance and received Rigveda, Yajurveda and Samveda.
• In ancient times, it was the Rig Veda, and then after the Rig Veda, the Yajurveda and Samveda began. For a long time, it was only three Vedas. They were called the Vedas. According to the belief, the knowledge of the three was collected during the time of Pururwa Rishi before the birth of Lord Rama.
• According to Manusmriti on Atharvaveda- it was first known to Maharishi Angira. Later, the Atharvaveda, which was heard by Angira, was compiled by Rishi Atherva. Thus, Hinduism was divided into two parts: one who believed the Rig Veda and the other who believed in Atharvaveda. Four books were thus incarnated.
• At the time of Krishna, Krishna Dwaipayan, son of Maharishi Parashar, edited the Vedas in four divisions. The four divisions were taught to the four disciples, Pal, Vaishampayan, Jaimini and Sumantu. In that order, The Rigveda Pal was assigned to Yajurveda-Vaishampayan, Samved-Jaimini and Atharvaveda-Sumantu. Krishna Dwaipaayan is called Ved Vyas.
• Through Shri Krishna in the Gita, God says, “I said this imperishable knowledge to Aditya, Aditya told his son Vaivaswat Manu and Manu told his son, King Ikshvaku.” Thus, this yoga knowledge derived from the tradition was known by the royals.
• Brahma gave this knowledge from God to 11 creators, 11 Rudras, and his own form, Swamanbhuva Manu and Satrupa. Swamanbhuva Manu gave this knowledge to his sons, then, respectively, Swarochish, Auttami, Taamas Manu, Raivat, Chakshush, and then the Vaivashwata Manu.
In the end, Lord Krishna received this knowledge in the form of the Gita. Now, in the Varah Kalpa, the seventh Manu Vaivaswat Manu is being celebrated.
• The Rig Veda has about 414 Rishis, out of which about 30 are female Rishis. Thus, Rishis and Manu, who listen to the Vedas and handle the Vedas, are the founders of Hinduism.


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