The liberalism in Hinduism has encouraged genesis of rituals. Over its long history, rituals generated to build up a maze that gives the religion its complex identity. Within that complexity lies an inclusive mosaic of Hinduism.
From a religious point of view, a ritual is a symbolic and sacramental repetitive activity. It provides manner and order in performing revered service.
Rituals and diversities in Hinduism based on local traditions, customs, and languages invigorate the faith. This contribution makes the religion adapt itself to changing environments.
In these social and cultural influences, rituals perpetually take up dominating space in Hindu convictions and sentiments.
Imprints of rituals adequately identify Hinduism as a way of life.