Hinduism religion encompasses negative and positive aspects. Many believe that negative aspects outweigh the positive ones (Joshi 66). On positive note, Hinduism is a tolerant religion that does not force people to convert; that is, it puts into consideration every possibility. In addition, Hinduism is a ‘circular’ (instead of being ‘linear’) religion that visualizes on every possibility. As a result, Hinduism is incorporating both ideas and deeds – an aspect that is theoretically considered as positive attribute unlike other religions that are not accommodative.