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Hinduism Definition Of Brahm: As Per Vedanta, Sufism And Gurmatt

Discussion in 'Interfaith Dialogues' started by dalbirk, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. dalbirk

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    I was yesterday listening to Katha by Giani Pinder Pal Singh Ji , where he talked about BRAHM being different as per Vedanta philosophy , Sufism & Gurmatt . A few days back a Hindu brother argued with me that Sikhism was based on Hinduism only because it was in Sanatan Dharma initially that the concept of ONE GOD ( BRAHMAN ) was given
    Brahman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Sikh Gurus he said took their concept from Santan Dharma & based their teachings on that . Just a casual look on this Wikipedia link suggests something similar . But I wish to ask members how BRAHM is defined as per Vedanta , Sufism & Gurmatt & how these r different ?
     
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    Brahm ( or Brahman as per Hinduism ) as per Indic religions is the Supereme sole power controlling this universe just like God in Semetic religions . See the following link .
    Brahman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    Brahm ( or Brahman as per Hinduism ) as per Indic religions is the Supereme sole power controlling this universe just like God in Semetic religions . See the following link .
    Brahman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/quote]

    Brahma is also a famous beer brand in Brasil. In fact it is also sold in the US. The common saying in Portugese when one wants to drink a Brahma is, " Let's do Brahma".

    Tejwant Singh
     
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    Brahma is also a famous beer brand in Brasil. In fact it is also sold in the US. The common saying in Portugese when one wants to drink a Brahma is, " Let's do Brahma".

    Tejwant Singh[/quote]


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