Hinduism is one of the world’s major religions, and possibly the oldest organized religion. The first Hindu scriptures, Ramayana, were written by the poet/sage Valmiki around 500 BCE. In modern Hinduism, the stories told in the Ramayana have not only influenced life and culture, but they have been fused into the very fabric of a Hindu’s daily experience. Hinduism for its more than a billion devotees is a way of living — an integral part of a followers’ life, permeating daily schedules from birth and childhood, through maturity, and onto old age and death.
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