The Chakaras --- The concept of chakra originates in Hindu texts and features in tantric and yogic traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism. Its name derives from the Sanskrit word for "wheel" or "turning" (cakraṃ चक्रं [ˈtʃəkrə̃], pronounced [ˈtʃəkrə] in Hindi; Pali: cakka चक्क, Thai: จักระ, Telugu: చక్రo, Tamil: சக்கரம், Kannada: ಚಕ್ರ, Chinese: 轮, Tibetan: འཁོར་ལོ་; khorlo).
The idea of reincarnation is a strong concept in Hinduism. An example of reincarnation in Hinduism is that in Hindu creation myths, Vishnu, known to be associated with the sun, often appears in three forms: Brahma (the creater of life on earth), Vishnu (the preserver of life on earth), and Shiva-Rudra (the destroyer of life on earth).
The Vedas are the holiest books of Hinduism. These were passed down orally from generation to generation for over thousands of years until they were finally written down. It was written down between 1500 and 500 BC. The Vedas contain stories about the gods, important rituals, poetry, and prayers. I am pleased to see that the Vedas have always been a part of the Hinduism.
In Hinduism, Shiva the Cosmic Dancer, is perhaps the most perfect personification of the dynamic universe. Through his dance, Shiva sustains the manifold phenomena in the world, unifying all things by immersing them in his rhythm and making them participate in the dance - a magnificent image of the dynamic unity of the Universe.