Need a little help? Here's a list of the "Hinduisms" for you to find.

  1. Shiva’s Trident/Trishual – demolishes the physical world, the world of past actions (karma), and the world of the mind. Also grants divine protection through its presence.  
  2. Navaratri – the nine moon phases which celebrate the feminine divine, known as Shakti. Some traditions use each night to honor a different form of the Goddess Durga, shown underneath. 
  3. Karma – the principle that each action has a result similar to cause and effect is demonstrated in the dominos falling over.
  4. 108 – a significant and unifying number in Hinduism that’s considered auspicious. 
  5. Sutras – A sacred thread. It is a concise verse or aphorism found throughout Hindu sacred literature.
  6. Gunas – Three qualities inherent in material existence — satta (luminosity/lightness); rajas (passion/activity); and tamas (darkness/heaviness). 
  7. Prasad– food that is considered blessed after it has been offered to the deities.
  8. Ahimsa – the ethical value of non-harming. It is the first of the five yamas or social ethics in the eight limbs of yoga.
  9. Rangoli –  an intricate hand-laid floor decoration made with colorful powders, flowers, or grains that are eventually swept away and replaced with new ones.
  10. Lord Ganesh – the remover of obstacles. 
  11. Holi – “The Festival of Colors” which marks the beginning of spring. One of the most popular activities during this time is throwing gulal, or colored powder, at one another.
  12. Pi the approximation of Pi, 3.1416, was discovered by the ancient Hindu mathematician, astronomer, and physicist, Aryabhata.
  13. Marigold Flowers – used in pujas and Hindu celebrations as this flower represents bright energy, sunshine, and positive energy. 
  14. Sacred cow Hindus consider all living things to be sacred, an attitude reflected in reverence for the cow. The cow is often seen as a maternal caregiver and a representation of Earth
  15. Diwali – The “festival of lights” which signifies the victory of light over darkness. 
  16. Yoga – one of the six major schools of Hindu thought. At its root, it means “to unite.” Most Hindu texts discuss yoga as a practice to control the senses and ultimately, the mind.
  17. Mahatma Gandhi – the Hindu civil rights leader who led the nonviolent resistance movement for India’s independence from the British. 
  18. Lord Hanuman – A great warrior who assisted Lord Rama and Goddess Sita in the battle against Ravana. Hanuman is considered the perfect embodiment of selfless devotion. 
  19. Baby Krishna – as a baby and young child, he was known for playing pranks and stealing butter
  20. Chutes and Ladders -also called Mokshapath, this board game signifies the cycle of life and death and rebirth. 
  21. Chess – Early forms of chess were played in India around the 6th century AD. One of these forms was a four player war game called chaturanga.
  22. Kirtan – a practice in Hinduism where stories and ideas are retold of various gods and goddesses, through call and repeat singing. 
  23. DharmaChakra –  found in the flag of India and representing the pursuit of right action. 
  24. Goddess Ganga of Ganges river – She represents purification, wellness, and compassion. 
  25. Aarti – a part of the puja in which diyas are offered to the murti usually accompanied by prayer songs known as bhajans
  26. Tulsi plant – a basil plant thought to be a manifestation of the Goddess Tulsi, an avatar of Goddess Lakashmi. 
  27. Shakti –  female strength and resolve demonstrated through a physical act. 
  28. Puskpak Viman the flying chariot Lord Rama, Sita, and Lakshman took to return back to Ayodhya from exile after defeating King Ravana
  29. OM or Aum-  a sound vibration which significantly impacts a person’s physical, emotional, and mental state. It is considered a sacred sound signifying the essence of existence.

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