Shraddha - a word in Hindi language - is used for the word 'Faith' by most people in India. But it may be kept in mind that there is no one word in English equivalent to 'Shraddha'. Shraddha - mostly used in religious context in India - is actually a combination of (totally profound and unshakable) trust + respect + devotion + affection and love + confidence and dedication for the almighty or a belief or even for a person or a principle or an object.
Faith versus Shraddha comparison chart
|Introduction (from Wikipedia) ||Faith is the confidence or trust in a person, thing, deity, or in the doctrines or teachings of a religion or view. It can also be belief that is not based on proof.
|Religious Association ||Christianity, Judaism, & Islam
|Definition ||Belief and trust in God & His Covenants.
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