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The Nature of Hinduism

Hinduism is as ancient as human civilization itself, but it is also very contemporary. Traditionally, it is called sanatana dharma; in our age, it is widely known as Hinduism. It has uninterrupted existence since prehistoric times. Neither the term ‘Hinduism’ nor the word ‘religion’ can adequately communicate the connotation of dharma. Show More Summary

Nine Qualities of Devotion as told by Shiva to Sati

11 months agoReligion / Hinduism : Hindu Blog

Some of the important teachings in Sanatana Dharma were revealed through the dialogue... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

Shiva Teachings to Sati

Some of the important teachings in Sanatana Dharma were revealed through the dialogue... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

Common Values to be followed by Hindus

Sanatana Dharma lays down a set of common disciplines for all Hindus, despite their... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

What is Brahman in Sanatana Dharma?

Once a pupil asked his teacher, ‘What is Brahman? The teacher did not... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

Lotus, Saffron Flag & Other Sacred Symbols of Hinduism

Wondered what the Hindu symbols of lotus or the saffron flag signify? Rooted in the mud, the lotus is a promise of purity and development; the flag is a symbol of victory, a signal to all that "Sanatana Dharma shall prevail," and its bright saffron color betokens the sun's life-giving glow.... Read Full Post

Gandhi: The Protector of Hinduism

In this essay, excerpted from the immortal works of Mahatma Gandhi, India's 'Father of the Nation' talks simply and in direct terms about why he is proud to be a Hindu. Here he explains his concept of Hinduism or 'Sanatana Dharma' - why it is "the most glorious religion in the world" and about his role of protecting the faith.... Read Full Post

Significance of Tapas – Austerities in Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism)

Significance of Tapas (Austerities) in Hinduism Tapas literally means heat. It is common knowledge that metals like gold become pure on...

Anna is now Shiva Setep-en Het-Heru. What does “following Sanatana Dharma” mean?

I received a message from Anna, who was the author of the Divya jñ?na blog. She said that she is no longer practising  Sanatana Dharma, though she is still a devotee of Shiva. She is now using the name ?iv? Setep-en … Continue readi...

Mahavakyas in Hinduism – The Greatness of Mahavakyas in Upanishad Ganga Serial

Upanishad Ganga series explains about glory of Mahavakyas in Hinduism. The Mahavakyas are the corner stone of Sanatana Dharma. The greatest...

Another Western Hindu Blog – Divya jñ?na

Divya jñ?na is a blog by an African American ex-Christian blogger Anna. She is very new to Sanatana Dharma, but judging from the list of books that she has either read or is reading she is learning fast. Among other things … Continue reading ?

Nag Panchami Thoughts and Quotes by Hindu Blog

Snakes (Nagas or Sarpam) are an intricate part of Hindu radition. The teachers of Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) saw Earth as a large family...

Sri Sankara TV Live Online – Watch Spiritual Channel for Free

Sri Sankara TV is a multilingual television channel propagating the true values of Sanatana Dharma. Sri Sankara TV is now available online...

Concept of Sachidanandam in Hindu Tradition

As per the teachings of Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism or Hindu Tradition), the aim of human life is Moksha. When a person attains...

Another Western Hindu Blog: Rolling with Vishnu

I previously mentioned treadmarkz, and his blog about disability “Leaving Treadmarkz Across the Universe“. Well, treadmarkz has now started a blog about his spiritual journey in Sanatana Dharma, “Rolling with Vishnu“. Treadmarkz is a paraplegic devotee of Vishnu. He writes: … Continue reading ?

Udupi Paryaya 2012 controversy – Demeaning the Teachings of Sanatana Dharma – These Swamijis are a Shame

‘Gu’ means the darkness and ‘Ru’ means the remover of the darkness. On account of the power of removing darkness, the teacher is known...

The Purpose of the Eternal Dharma

Q: What is the purpose or mission of Sanatana Dharma? Let us consider the basics of growth as it takes place on this earth. The sun shines and warms the earth and the seeds in the earth. This stimulates the life principle in the seeds and they grow upward into the light. It is a [...]Show More Summary

A new blog by a Western Hindu – Western San?tana Dharma

Thanks to the commenter ‘S’ for pointing out this new blog to me. This blog is by Alicia, a high-school student in New York State. Her blog is relatively new and she describes her first steps in Sanatana Dharma. She appears … Continue reading ?

Why don’t you follow the Celtic religion?

Lalitaditua, asked me in a comment “why don’t I follow the Celtic religion?” It is clear from his comments and his blog articles that he does not like Westerners following  Sanatana Dharma, which he sees as “turning their backs on … Continue reading ?

Another blog by a Western convert to Hinduism

I have just discovered a new blog by a blog from an English follower of Sanatana Dharma who now lives in Florida. He has an affinity with Krishna and other Avatars. His blog is aimed at people who are new … Continue reading ?

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