• Dr. HM Azhar Usama
  • Dr. Farhat Alvi
  • Dr. Fariha Anjum


This article presents a broad panorama on Hinduism and the doctrine of Pantheism as a research and analytical review and a large body of discussion on various aspects arising out of it. The style of this research paper will be narrative. By reviewing the literature, it has been found that "God and the world are basically the same existence according to the theory of Wahdat-ul-Wujud. God is composed in all these things. From which the world is made. Without the world, God is an essence and God. Without God, the world is an absolute nothingness. Everything, every event, every mind and every mental faculty is not God and nothing else. Not only that God is present in all existences, but also, He is the only reality and nothing exists except God. . In the cell of the synopsis there is the essence and the essence is God. This essence is the only absolute spiritual reality. God is infinite and omnipresent. Like God, the world is also without beginning and unlimited by time and space. Al-Mukhtasarkhada with the universe. We exist. The theory of God-worship is quite similar to monotheism and Wahdat-ul-Shahud. It considers God both omnipresent and transcendent at the same time. This means that everything is in God. According to this theory, God is present in every movement of the world and is intimately connected with the world. Therefore, God is present in the world and everything is in God, but all this is not God, therefore, God who has transcended the world, while being present in the world, is also beyond it. . The main points of this study are that the readers will be acquainted with the religious literature of Hinduism.


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Dr. HM Azhar Usama, Dr. Farhat Alvi, & Dr. Fariha Anjum. (2022). EXISTENCE OF THE UNIVERSE AND THE THEORY OF PANTHEISM IN HINDUISM. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 19(3), 577-589. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/11264

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