By Kavita Bose article A popular Indian monotheism, called Hinduism, is now a monotheic religion, with the largest community in India.
This means that all religions that are monotheists have the same divine origin and that all the gods are equally powerful and benevolent.
There are four main schools of monotheistics.
One of them is the traditional view of the Trinity: all deities are in one Godhead, and all humans worship one God.
The other schools, like Baha’i, believe that the divine nature of each person is more complex.
Both view the divine beings as one entity.
The three major schools of Hinduism include Hinduism as well as other monotheisms, such as Judaism, Buddhism, and Christianity.
This article discusses the most common monotheistically inspired scripture in India, called the Hindu scriptures.
Read more about monotheology: Monotheism: The Hindu scriptures: How the world’s largest monotheically inspired scripture became a monomythic religion in India