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What training will a Hindu priest require?
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The Hindu priests do not traditionally wear shirts when they are doing their services. The Hindu priests generally wear the orange or white wrap around called a 'lungi' or… 'Dhothi'.
Yes. According to Hindu philosophy, a person should pass through 4 stages of life and this applies to Priests aswell. 1. childhood from birth 2. student at age 8 - learn o…ne's trade 3. Marriage usually at 21 - Responsible for one's parent, children and the community around them 4. Retired from general responsibility of life - Sanyasa/sadhu - in search of Moksha
The Hindu preist dresses the Murti (the statue of the God/Goddess) and gets the Mandir (Temple) and shrine ready for worship. He then performs the Arti ceremony, which is wher…e the priest faces each God/Goddess in turn. He rings a bell with one hand and at the same time he makes circles with an Arti lamp with his other hand. The Arti lamp is a special oil lamp with several flames. Hope this is helpful for you. And he's another website link to help you: http://www.asia.si.edu/pujaonline/puja/temples.html x
Yes. Hindu priests can get married.
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A Seminarian is hardly ever referred to as 'Brother'. Only in cases where he is studying for religious life and has been given the Habit of his Order can you call him Brother.… seminarians are often simply called Mr. Smith, but in some more formal circles Seminarian Smith. And in some countries and cases, when addressing an invitation, a letter or introducing him, a seminarian ought to be referred to as "The Reverend Seminarian Jonathan Smith, from the (Arch)diocese of Boston."
It is called a seminary.
Address him as"Maharaj".
We are required to tell every mortal sin we are aware of in order for the Confession to be valid.
Hindu priests and religious scholars are called Brahmins or Pujaari
A young man would first attend a Church school in order to gain the right education, particularly in the Latin language. He would then work his way up through the minor cleric…al orders until he became an "acolyte" to an existing priest. This was the fourth and highest grade of minor Holy orders. An acolyte would assist in services and act as "sidesman" while learning all the work done by the priest. He was responsible for lighting candles on the altar, carrying the cross in procession, preparing wine and water for Mass and so on. When he had served a period as acolyte and the priest considered him to be ready, he would then be made a sub-deacon, the lowest of the major Holy orders of the Church. He would then rise to the grade of deacon before being ordained as a priest. The experience as an acolyte would be very much like that of an apprentice in ordinary life, learning the work, the services, the items of dress, prayers and everything else just as an apprentice carpenter would learn about the different types of wood, the carpenter's tools and how to use them.
Candidates for the Roman Catholic priesthood are trained in religious facilities known as 'seminaries', where they study three years of philosophy, followed by four years of t…raditional Roman Rite theology. Candidates for the Anglican priesthood primarily train in residential theological colleges where they undergo two or three years' training in theology, scripture, and practical aspects related to ministry. Alternatively they can sometimes train part-time remaining parish-based and complete their studies by attending theological colleges part time for residential weekends and other courses. Priests of the Eastern Rite and Orthodox Churches may, in modern times, encounter some difficulties in that they may have to travel abroad because much of their training takes place in a monastic situation.
To be accepted as a Hindu, one has to absolutely believe in Vedas to understand the nature of unknown (Self, Absolute, Brahman). Only vedas and nothing else can be used to und…erstand the nature of unknown.That is one has to reason only within the framework provided by the Vedas. If a conclusion you draw is not compatible with what the vedas imply or mean then you have to believe that your line of reasoning is wrong. So, in short Vedas have to be accepted as the final authority as a means of knowledge to understand the Absolute. The thing to understand clearly here is that for Hindus the domain of vedas is strictly Metaphysics. For things that are perceptible no need to use vedas because now one can understand the nature of things by observation and inference. So, legally, constituitionally and socially for one to be accepted as a Hindu, one should believe in the authority of Vedas as a means of knowledge to understand the Absolute. Caste, creed, sect, birth are not a hinderence.
A Pandit, and their caste is Brahmin. Wrong - a pundit is any person who has knowledge of a particular subject regardless of caste. The word Pundit is so widely used in weste…rn culture that it is now defined in English/American dictionary. I see this word pundit being used daily referring to experts and not brahims. ------------ For the different languages that India has..there are different terms. A few examples: Maharaj, swami, melshanti, namboothiri, A pandit when translated in English is a priest.And according to Hinduism a pandit has to be a brahmin. Hindu priests are called pujaree or Maharaja
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As a youth Hitler dreamed of becoming a priest. Long ago, I thought I had read that he actually studied in a seminary, but now i can not find a source for that.