Hinduism Essay | The Interaction between Cultural Context and Religious Tradition in Hinduism

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The Interaction between Cultural Context and Religious Tradition in Hinduism

Summary: Discusses the interaction between cultural context and the religious tradition of Hinduism. Keywords: Holi, Deepavali, Hindu, festivals
The Hindu religion is very culturally enriched. It both influences and is influenced by its cultural context. One example of this is the many festivals that are celebrated each year to mark a religious tradition. In fact, it is said that every day of the year there is at least one festival being celebrated somewhere in India. Two of the most prominent festivals celebrated are the Holi festival and the Deepavali festival, which do not have a fixed date, rather follow the cycles of the sun and the moon. The legend behind the Holi festival varies from culture to culture, with some believing it to be the celebration of love between Lord Krishna and Radha. Another legend is that it was created to remember the demon aunt who tried to destroy Prince Prahlad who was a very holy soul, however...

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