Many Gods in Hinduism? The Deva & Devis of Hindu Culture – Acharya Shree Yogeesh Acharya Shree Yogeesh сƖаrіfіеѕ tһе misconceptions οf tһе many “gods οf Hinduism” bу stating tһаt God іѕ οחƖу one, bυt tһеrе аrе many deva аחԁ devis tһаt аrе οftеח worshiped through rituals аחԁ praise іח Hindu Culture. Although tһеѕе deva аחԁ devis аrе חοt gods, tһеу аrе…

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25 Responses to “Many Gods in Hinduism? The Deva & Devis of Hindu Culture – Acharya Shree Yogeesh”

  • louidoggify says:

    @DeerHaveRights2 that’s how I understand it: they are aspects of Ishvara.

  • TruthSurge says:

    All words. Where is god? Only in the minds of believers.

  • bedsegaurav says:

    I have one question. You said Ram is Bhagvan not Dev and Bramha, Vishnu, Shiv are Mahadev. But Ram was a part (swarup) of Vishnu. How you explain this?

  • FREEMAN8522 says:

    so who is the creater of these all Davies and dvitas, ???
    are these Davies and devitas doing some thing with the permition of God or they ve atuority doing them self,… in other words do these davies and divitas get help from the God or no….?

  • TathagatDarkAssassin says:

    no, but it is possible to chose a path to worship some. black magic goes to shiv, the destroyer and kali. many other things go to a particular god but their are 3 main gods. Brahma, Vishnu and Shiv

  • Curiousquest2 says:

    Is it possible to worship all devas and devi in our life.

  • SSGPakistan says:

    …sister why it is necessary to have an image of GOD wen Yajurveda says “na tasya pratima asti
    “There is no image of Him.”
    [Yajurveda 32:3]…. Rest GOD knows the best……May GOD guide us

  • noreen54 says:

    Acharya Shree,
    Is it necessary to have an object to worship to? Is it a necessary part of religion? I know having an alter is a nice thing to have, but is it necessary to prostrate yourself in front of an image and if so, what does that have to do with spirituality? Noreen Wilkins

  • MarcusDarling4026 says:

    I don’t trust nobody that doesn’t blink.

  • vixter1980 says:

    , yes ur right, word hindu is no where found in Vedas, the correct adjective for anyone who follows Vedas is Aryas which means the noble ones.

  • peterthesongman says:

    God is One

  • StaticRome says:

    Great vid here, helped to learn some more about Hinduism. But, not to offend Mr. Yogeesh or anyone here who does not have faith in Christianity…but Mr. Yogeesh is ignorant in regards to Saints in “All Embracing Christianity” a.k.a Catholicism. At 8:40 he says Catholics worship Saints…FALSE, they are “prayed” to, not equivalent to worshiping the ONE GOD. Pray means “to ask” in jewish/christian biblical context…Again, just wanting to correct the misinformation.

  • MrSigma says:

    Can you show me 2 people who like the exact same model of cell phone, car, TV, music system, pens, desktops, caps, socks, and practically every accessory they use?
    Different aspects of divinity appeal to different people. Also, with Hinduism it is not the case that there are many gods. Rather it is ONE God manifesting as many as per the individual’s mental ability.

  • Brahms777 says:

    : You compare God to Human limitations? Yes, I agree, we are limited with our senses of perceptions. You only have one mind and you don’t understand yourself completely, you’re not able to grasp all your capacity… and…..You think you would understand God alone? Foolish pride my friend…

  • prandaman says:

    thats a really narrow minded way of understanding this haha.

  • no1sjester says:

    Quality over quantity, my friend.
    Although, I do have no gods.

  • aerostockians says:

    Some good points were made.

  • Peace4everynation says:

    If a person has a mobile/cell phone telling them the time, the date, the temperature, with internet access, a calculator, a camera, a video-recorder of the highest quality, would the person prefer to get one phone with only the time on it, another phone with only the temperature, another with only the internet, another with a camera, and another with a video recorder on it? Is it not more logical to use ONE phone with ALL the features you require? It is the same with the ONE God versus many gods

  • Peace4everynation says:

    Acharya Shree is saying here at 00:29 : “If there is one God, it is very dangerous.”
    Because at 01:06, he states: “GOD IS ONLY ONE.”
    To me it is a contradiction, & is very confusing.
    If God is One and has all power to answer the prayers of those who worship Him, and the power to help them and protect them, then what is the need of worshipping what people declare to be demi-gods, goddesses, etc.? I worship the One God, and have found Him to possess all power ascribed to devas, devtas and devis.

  • ObsidianImages says:

    Excellent to see someone here who really knows what they are talking about. Good work, suevasu.

  • suevasu says:

    Let me Quote you something said by a very famous Hindu saint:

    “My worship is of a very strange kind.
    In this Ganges water is not required.
    No special utensils are necessary.
    Even flowers are redundant.
    In this puja all gods have disappeared.
    And emptiness has emerged with euphoria.

    He is talking about the highest meditation technique of raising energy from the base of the spine upwards to the Crown Chakra. That is why I said, you do not have to find God, you have to realize him within.

  • suevasu says:

    First of all you cannot believe anything until you experience it yourself. You cannot even believe Religion unless you experience divine consciousness. Divinity in Hinduism is beautiful and magnificent. Divinity is Experienced by Raising the Kundalini energy from the Muladhara Chakra to the Sahasrara Chakra in the crown of the Head. Other religions do not even come close to such intense metaphysical truth. The Nadis, the Chakras, The Kundalini, The Third Eye, Mantra, Tantra, Moksha.

  • sattanhellsing says:

    Great video , Great way of thinking !!

  • mrg69191 says:

    Yes exactly! but there is only one supreme god in the end. Most people still misunderstand Hindu mythology because those 33 million gods are manifestations of the supreme god Narayan. And you must not consider yourself completely disrelated to the supreme personality of godhead. yes but there is a supreme manifestation of only a single god. but those other 33 million gods are counterparts of that god himself. and human beings, and other living things with a soul are infinitesimal parts of God.

  • 1hadialislam says:

    The major difference between the Hindu and the Muslim perception of God is the common Hindus belief in the philosophy of Pantheism. Pantheism considers everything, living and non-living, to be Divine and Sacred. The common Hindu, therefore, considers everything as God. He considers the trees as God, the sun as God, the moon as God, the monkey as God, the snake as God and even human beings as manifestations of God!

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