Dharmic religion

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''Dharmic Religion'' is a classification of religions that originated in the Indian Subcontinent; namely [[Hinduism]], [[Buddhism]], [[Sikhism]] and [[Jainism]].
 
''Dharmic Religion'' is a classification of religions that originated in the Indian Subcontinent; namely [[Hinduism]], [[Buddhism]], [[Sikhism]] and [[Jainism]].
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Dharmic religions are, broadly speaking, characterised by reincarnation and deities which are less directly dogmatic than those of the Abrahamic religions. Compare the Buddha with Yahweh, for instance.
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Dharmic Religion is a classification of religions that originated in the Indian Subcontinent; namely Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism.

Dharmic religions are, broadly speaking, characterised by reincarnation and deities which are less directly dogmatic than those of the Abrahamic religions. Compare the Buddha with Yahweh, for instance.

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