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Hinduism : The Eternal Tradition Sanatana Dharma
Index

Preface 

Perennial Wisdom 

Sanatana Dharma

Religion And Spirituality...

Religion Or Dharma

The Eternal View Of Hinduism

Idolatary And Dogmatism

Religion And Spirituality..

Religious And Spiritual Practices

Civilization And Social Issues

Hinduism And Sanatana Dharma

Hinduism And Other Religions

Appendices

       

Major Sections
Books By David Frawley
Arjuna

Awaken Bharata

From The River Of Heaven How I Became A Hindu
The Myth Of Aryan Invasion Of India

Hinduism : The Eternal Tradition, Sanatana Dharma

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THE ETERNAL TRADITION OF HINDUISM
 

Hindus are not required to agree with one another on religious matters but are encouraged to develop their own insights. Hindus respect original and honest thinking, rather than merely parroting what someone else, however great, has said.

If two Hindus do not follow the same guru, worship the Divine in the same form, or study the same scripture, it is not a problem. They will not fight with or try to convert the other person. They respect their diversity as part of the great abundance of life.

Hinduism as Sanatana Dharma has developed an unparalleled freedom in the religious and spiritual realm, as Western culture has done in the scientific and material realm. It would be of great benefit to humanity to combine them. To the Hindu the spiritual realm is an inner universe to be explored, not merely a dogma to believe in. Hinduism provides the tools of Yoga and meditation so that we can make this exploration for ourselves.

As such Hinduism is a way of spiritual knowledge, a universal teaching and yogic technology that any individual can adopt. It is not another religion fighting for converts or seeking to impose its ideas on the minds of people. Hinduism has as its highest goal liberation, which includes going beyond all religious teachers, holy books and churches, to the Divine presence at the heart of each individual.

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About The Eternal Tradition Of Hinduism
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A New Look At Hinduism 
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The Religions..
India, the Land of Religion... 
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