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Hindus- Suffering and gods

  “As is birth so is death, and so is the dwelling in the mother’s womb thus, is the manifest the misery of the world, how can there be a satisfaction here for thee.” Hindus know that the life is full of suffering and miseries and therefore man dwells in the ocean of agony (Bhavsager) and try to overcome this ocean of distress.   To get rid of sufferings is the only way to follow the path or religion. The god is the only touch stone which will remove sufferings from life. God can take them out from this Bhavsagar- ocean of suffering- and only god is the one who is testing, punishing and will one day he will bless His showers. The god or gods are one who is omnipotent, omnipresent and also a father who is testing his sons like that of Christianity and Islam and now pleasing god or gods with sweets and offering are the only way to get blessings. For Hindus, god wants his devotees to sing songs and make prayers and he will one day listen to these prayers and again bless showers of w
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