Concept of God in Hinduism According to Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads

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The most common scripture which is the most widely read

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by the Hindus, is the Bhagavad Gita. If read Bhagavad Gita, chapter number seven was number 20. It says that all those whose intelligence has been stolen material desires, they worship demigods. That means to those whose intelligence has been stolen by material desires, their worship Gods besides the one true God.

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And if you read the Upanishads, which is another Sacred Scripture of the Hindus, it's mentioned in the tendo Punisher chapter number six. section number two was number one.

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A come up with a theme, there is only one God without a second. It's mentioned in the strata citaro Punisher chapter number six was number nine. na casa Kasich, Jonathan aka Deepa, which means of him of Almighty God. There are no lords. Neither of you have any parents.

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It's mentioned this way the citaro Punisher chapter number four was number 19. Not the septima St.

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of him there is no likeness.

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It's mentioned this with us with our Punisher. chap number four was number 20. That he has got no form. No one can see him with the eyes.