Hinduism is actually known as Sanatana Dharma. It is eternal way of righteous living. Hinduism at the gross level may confuse many. Its multiple Gods and different schools of philosophy may look contradictory and confusing for a lay seeker. But at its core, Hinduism contains the pinnacle of divine wisdom, to be practiced and attained by every earnest seeker.
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It is the only religion says that every people is GOD's given by birth and they are all "Sanatana" and there are no contradiction between faith in GOD. It only says you can think GOD is named by different way in many religion but your vow will surely go to GOD
It is a set of beliefs rooted in mythology. It is practical and it works. The mind is open to such beliefs.
It is the oldest Religion. Previously it was termed as "Sanathana Dharma", a code of conduct for individuals, family, and society. Hindu actually do not connote a separate set of people. Whoever exhibits humanitarian values, individual behavior, and love Nationality and Divinity and who practice Unity among all is eligible to be called a Hindu. It is the human values which we adopt in our life enable us to be termed as a Hindu. All people who are tolerant to other views, selfless and of helpful nature, devoid of jealousy and greed can be called Hindu.
by INDIAGUIDE5 years ago
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by Mathivathani Sakthivel4 years ago
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by Mr. Happy3 years ago
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by Mahaveer Sanglikar6 years ago
Can you tell me that what is the religion of God?
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by Julie Grimes2 years ago
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