Swami Vivekananda states (Complete Works, V6 p 85 also V4 pp 188-9)
The Vedas teach that the soul of man is immortal. The body is subject to the law of growth and decay; what grows must of necessity decay. But the indwelling spirit is related to the infinite and eternal life; it never had a beginning, and it will never have an end. One of the chief distinctions between the Vedic and the Christian religion is that the Christian religion teaches that each human soul had its beginning at its birth into this world; whereas the Vedic religion asserts that the spirit of man is an emanation of the Eternal Being and had no more a beginning than God Himself. Innumerable have been and will be its manifestations in its passage from one personality to another, subject to the great law of spiritual evolution, until it reaches perfection, when there is no more change.
Christians believe that they live one time and that they will be eventually be 'reunited' with their physical bodies and live with God in heaven. Hindus assert that we are spirit and that in the lokas we live in subtle bodies, not physical bodies. Moksha refers to final liberation from rebirth on this earth. What Moksha is beyond that depends upon which philosophy and sect you follow in Hinduism. Advaitists and Dvaitists have different beliefs to this.
There are no permanent hells in Hinduism as there is in Christianity. Everyone will eventually attain Moksha.