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Hindu philosophical concepts

Hinduism comprises a large array of religious and philosophical movements primarily found in the Indian subcontinent. Most of it is based on ideas that partially align with the Vedas and thus includes the six orthodox schools of Indian philosophy, known as the astika schools, or more generally as the six branches of Hindu philosophy. Vedanta, Yoga, Bhakti, Tantra are major parts of Hinduism en generale. In addition, many aspects of Vedic astrology, Ayurveda, Indian classical music and Bharatanatyam (South Indian classical dance) draw from Hindu philosophical concepts and/or systems.

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