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-Hinduism: To do, system of cause and effect, ritualized action
-Buddhism: Action, system of cause and effect, universal law
-Timeless, not of human authorship, contains all knowledge
-Personification and deification of fire
-Priest of the gods, Gods of the priests
-Second only to Indra
-Three forms: Terrestrial=fire; Atmospheric=lightening; Celestial=sun
-Third most prominent Hindu god
-Refers to the plant, juice extracted from the plant, and the deification of both
-4 hereditary status groups: Brahmins (priests), Kshatriyas (warriors), Vaishyas (farmers/merchants), Sudras (artisans/servants)
-There is also the Dalit (untouchables)
-Hinduism: supports and holds the world together, universal law, relative to status
-Representation of the goddess
-Goddess of learning and music
-Consort of Brahma
-Son of Shiva and Parvati
-Immaculate conception, elephant head
-Childish and playful
-Invoked to remove obstacles and hindrances
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