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I am a Hindu, however, I do not feel as though I understand my religion. I pray, go to the temple, follow religious rules, etc., but I don't understand why I do it. It feels very un-genuine that I am "practicing" Hinduism, even if I don't understand it. So, I want to try to learn.

I have some knowledge, but it's very general (like a very vague plot of Ramayana). In fact, I don't even know the names of many of the Gods. What I am looking for is a roadmap for understanding Hinduism better, from the beginning. I am not looking for one with extreme details (for example, I likely will not be able to memorize read the whole Gita), but I would like to have a good understanding (kind of like a jack of all trades) of dharma and Ramayana.

I know what I'm asking may be a little vague, but it's because even I don't know what I don't know, and what I want to ask. I'm simply looking to get a fresh start to learning the religion, and any help that people can give is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

marked as duplicate by Sarvabhouma, TheLittleNaruto, iammilind, Udhav Sarvaiya, Triyugi Narayan Mani Aug 3 '18 at 4:58

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  • @F16F Welcome to Hinduism SE, Please go through the posts Sarvabhouma added in his comment above. You'll get an idea. – TheLittleNaruto Aug 3 '18 at 4:13
  • @F16F If you know Tamil read the book Arthamulla Indhu Madham by Kannadasan consisting 10 volumes costing INR400. – Parthasarathy Raghavan Aug 3 '18 at 4:35

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