We buddhists follow the teachings of Buddha and seek a path of enlightenment which frees us from, Tanha, all craving and desire in the world
What is the purpose of living a good life? Buddhists recognise the four noble truths and live by the noble eightfold path to break the cycle of samsara
As a Hindu, I worship many gods and goddesses who are all part of the one universal soul, known as Brahman
The founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, taught us about one God, who we call Waheguru
Buddhists do not believe in a personal God, but seek to achieve a state of Nirvana through enlightenment. How can Hindus and Sikhs be so sure that there is a God?
Guru Nanak went into the holy river Ganges for three days where God revealed all the truths of the universe to him
Our different gods help us to understand Brahman, for example in Vaishnavism, Hindus worship Vishnu and in Shaktism they worship Devi. This helps different people lead good lives in different ways.
A good life for Sikh's is one in which they live by the teachings of the gurus that are written in the Guru Granth Sahib holy book, as well as doing physical service,mental service and charitable service.
Us Buddhists believe that being a good person also helps our journey on the path to elightenment
In Hinduism, we strive to achieve moksha through correct duty, dharma, and action, karma, as part of living a good life
We also believe in samsara and try to achieve mukti, or freedom from this so that our atma can rejoin waheguru
Hindus believe in reincarnation, and rebirth based on your karma. Do Sikhs believe in a life after death?