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Hinduism: Let’s talk about Religion! Series

This title is a part of the series Let’s talk about Religion! Series

Catalogue Number:  A269-S01-01
Producer:  Arte GEIE
Directors:  Déroudille, Cécile
Producing Agencies:  Illégitime Défense, Arte GEIE, Réseau Canopé, Grandir Ensemble
Subject:  Diversity, Religious Studies, Social Studies
Language:  English
Grade Level:  3 - 5, 6 - 8, 9 - 12
Country Of Origin:  France
Copyright Year:  2016
Running Time:  27:01
Closed Captions:  Yes

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The oldest of religions, Hinduism was founded around 1800 BC and has more than one billion followers, making it the third most important religion in the world. Without founder or prophet, it counts ... 33 million deities with each Indian village having its own personal God and each person believing in the God that pleases him. They are apostles of nonviolence towards all living beings, including cows that no Hindu would venture to kill or eat. One of the most popular Gods, is Ganesh, consulted by many children before exam time.

French narration with English subtitles.

Also available in French: Hindouisme

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