Best Hindu Denominations and Sects

The Top Ten

1 Vaishnava

What the hell so Hinduism has sooo many gods and now I find out they have these divisions too. Wow Hinduism is all over the place, wonder if a devoted Hindu can teach me his religion without getting confused himself

Hinduism makes no sense lmao if anyone can even explain it it'll be miracle

Proud to be a vaishnava Hindu!

Denomination that worships Vishnu

2 Shaivism

Denomination that worships Shiva

Hey get Dreads what is cooler than that?

3 Hare Krishna (International Society of Krishna Consciousness)

I am so happy I have found Hare Krishna. Krishna has filled my life with joy!

Sect that worships Krishna

Hare Krishna is India god, institut great power and many collor and style god. Krishna power be to four episode to seriel Xena warrior princess.

4 Shaktism

Denomination that worships Hindu goddesses

There is bifurcation in Hindu dharam. It is pertinent to mention here that all names shown related to Hindu Dharam is one. Hence bifurcation is baseless. So that all types of name like Vaishnav, Shaiva, Shakti, Krishna, etc these all are one known as * Hindu *

5 Brahmanism

The priestly caste of Hinduism

6 Ayyavazhi

Based upon the teachings of Ayya Vaikundar

7 Swaminarayan

Based upon the teachings of Sahajanand Swami

8 Bhaktism

Mystical form of Hinduism

9 Transendental Meditation

Based upon the teachings of the Maharishi

10 Ravidassia

Based upon the teachings of Ravidass

The Contenders

11 Ezhavas

The Ezhavas are a community with origins in the region of India presently known as Kerala.The Chekavar, a warrior section within the community, were part of the militias of local chieftains and kings. There were also renowned kalaripayattu experts among them.According to legend and some Malayalam folk songs, the Ezhavas were the progeny of four bachelors that the king of Ceylon sent to Kerala at the request of the Chera king Bhaskara Ravi Varma, in the 1st century CE.It has been suggested that the Ezhavas may share a common heritage with the Nair caste. This theory is based on similarities between numerous of the customs adopted by the two groups, particularly with regard to marking various significant life stages such as childbirth and death, as well as their matrilineal practices and martial history. Oral history, folk songs and other old writings indicate that the Ezhavas were at some point in the past members of the armed forces serving various kings, including the Zamorins of ...more

12 Aghorism

Deadly and scary.

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