Hinduism

India

One Deity. Many Avatars.



One God, Many Names.

Coincidence?
Christ and Krishna sound so similar

Bhagavata Purana 1:8

I know no one but Kṛṣṇa as my Lord, and He shall remain so even if He handles me roughly in His embrace or makes me brokenhearted by not being present before me. He is completely free to do anything and everything, for He is always my worshipful Lord unconditionally.

Only One God

Samuel 2:20

Wherefore, you are great, O Lord God, for there is none like you, neither is there any God beside you, according to all that we have heard with our ears.

Bhagavad-Gita 7:10

O Arjuna, try to understand me as the eternal origin of all living entities.  I am the wisdom and the spiritually intelligent and the strength of the powerful. I am.

Wisdom & Intelligence

Abraham 5:4

I now therefore have come down unto you to deliver unto you the works which my hands have made, wherein my wisdom excels them all; for I rule in the heavens above and in the earth beneath, in all wisdom and prudence, over all the intelligences your eyes have seen from the beginning. I came down in the beginning in the midst of all the intelligences you have seen.

23 Different Names of India

Many of us know India either by the name of “India” or “Bharata”. Some who have a little interest in history, also, know India by the name of “Bharatvarsha” or “Aryavarta”. But in past immemorial, India was known by several different names in several different eras and societies and some of those names are listed here:

amazing Correlations you didn't realize existed

Agni: Sanskrit word meaning fire, and connotes the Vedic fire god of Hinduism. He is also the guardian deity of the southeast direction, and is typically found in southeast corners of Hindu temples.

Enoch, the archangel “Raphael in the South, and he is associated with the power of fire, which is apt because of his fiery ascent with his people into heaven.”

Christology in Hinduism

Ascension Text of Arjuna