Hinduism purely believes in reincarnation where they fell that living beings die in one form but takes rebirth in a different form. At the same time they also say that living beings that are very good and completed all its good deeds are estranged from taking rebirth. They have this concept because they feel that it is a severe pain and suffering to take birth again. On the contrary Christians believe that living beings are born only ones.(Druv. 1989) Therefore in this one birth they are required to fulfill all the virtues and denounce the vices. They focus on living good and doing well for others and mainly for the poor.
Deity worshiping is the most fundamental tradition of the Eastern religion Hinduism.These deities are known as Murtis or Devas in Hindu religion. They are considered as extremely powerful. These deities vary between Hindu denominations and philosophies. Hindu deities are in the form of humans or vry similar to them. Deities like Sri Krishna, DurgaMaa, Kali Maa, Siva etc are all in the form of humanoid. They have specific and complex iconography. In Rig Veda there is a mention of 33 devas. According to AdiShankara, Para Brahma is the supreme of all Gods and other hindu Gods are branches of Para Brahma. Para Brahma is considered as SwayamBhagavan. Hindus believe that para brahma is the God which pervades the whole of universe, He is the Godhead. There is no qualitative difference among object and subject for the Hindus and it is considered as the absolute truth. Shaivism, Vaishnavism and Shaktism are different sects originated from parabrahma. Parabrahma is predominantly depicted as male power in the Universe.