In the religion of Hinduism if you are bad you may come back as a lower life form such as a rat or some other animal. If on the other hand you have been good you may get to come back as a ruler or some high position human. This is an interesting concept but it does not deal with your real problem of having sinned against God and the reality of Hell.
God: There are many different gods in Hinduism. Hindus may worship other gods, as well as family and individual deities. Hindus claim that there are 330 million gods. In Hinduism, belief in astrology, evil spirits, and curses also prevail.
If God (Ultimate Reality) is impersonal, then the impersonal must be greater thatn the personal. Our life experiences reveal that personal is of more value than impersonal. Even Hindus treat their children as having more value than a rock.
The Bible teaches that God is personal and describes Him as having personal attributes. The Bible also warns Christians to avoid all forms of idolatry. No idol or pagan deity is a representation of the true God. They are all false deities and must be rejected.
Man: Hindus believe that man has an eternal soul but that it is a spark of Brahman one of their gods, and is mysteriously trapped in the physical body. Multiple reincarnations are required before the soul can be released from the body. Your present live is determined by your actions, words, and thoughts in previous lifetimes (karma). The Hindu believes that the physical body is really an illusion with little worth.
People are crated in God’s image (Gen. 12:7) The body’s physical resurrection and eternal worth are emphasized in John 2:18-22 and 1 Corinthians 15. The Bible states that “as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgement” (Heb. 9:27). Since we die only once, reincarnation cannot be true. Instead of reincarnation the Bible teaches resurrection (John 5:25). When a Christian dies they enjoy a state of conscious fellowship with Christ (Matt. 22:32; 2 Cor. 5:8; Phil. 1:23) to await the resurrection and heavenly reward. A person’s eternal destiny is determined by his or her acceptance or rejection of Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord (John 3:36; Rom. 10:9-10).
Sin: Hindus have no concept of rebellion against a holy God. Ignorance of unity with Brahman, desire, and violation of dharma (one’s social duty) are humanity’s problems.
Sin is not ignorance of unity with Brahman, but is rather a willful act of rebellion against God and His commandments. The Bible states that “all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God” (Rom. 3:23)
Salvation: There is no clear concept of salvation in Hinduism. defeating existence is really the goal of existence. They believe the illusion of personal existence will end and they will become one with the impersonal God.
Salvation is a gift from God through faith in Jesus Christ (Eph. 2:8-10). Belief in reincarnation opposes the teaching of the Bible (Heb. 9:27). The Christian hope of eternal life means all true believers in Christ (Born Again) will not only have a personal existence but personal fellowship with God. It is impossible to earn one’s salvation by good works (Titus 3:1-7). Religious deeds and exercises cannot save (Matt. 7:22-23; Rom 9:32; Gal. 2:16; Eph. 2:8-9).