The Eternal, Ideal Way of Life

Sanatan Dharma






Brahma is the creator god 


Vishnu is the preserver god  


Shiva is the destroyer god 

What is Sanatan ?

 "Sanatan" is a Sanskrit word that means "eternal" or "everlasting". It is often used in the context of Hinduism to refer to the eternal or timeless nature of the religion's philosophical and spiritual principles.

Sanatana refers to Eternal (Never Beginning nor Ending). 

Dharma refers to The Way of Righteousness.

सनातनमेनमहुरुताद्या स्यात पुनण्रव् ( अधर्ववेद Book)

अर्थात – सनातन उसे कहते हैं जो , जो आज भी नवीकृत है ।

‘सनातन’ का अर्थ है – शाश्वत या ‘हमेशा बना रहने वाला’, अर्थात् जिसका न आदि है न अन्त।

Sanatana Dharma is anadi (without beginning) and also a-paurusheya (without a human founder). It is defined by the quest for cosmic truth, just as the quest for physical truth defines science.

Sanatan Dharma, also known as Hinduism, is one of the world's oldest religions, with roots dating back thousands of years. It is a diverse and complex religion with a wide range of beliefs and practices, and includes various schools of philosophy, traditions, and sects.

In addition to its religious and philosophical aspects, Sanatan Dharma has also made significant contributions to Indian art, culture, and literature. It is considered to be one of the most influential religions in the world, with followers in India and other parts of the world.

"Ekam Satta Vipraha Bahuda Vadanti" is a Sanskrit phrase from the ancient Hindu scriptures, the Rigveda. It is often translated as "Truth is one, but the wise call it by many names." This phrase highlights the underlying unity of all religions and spiritual traditions, despite their apparent differences in language, rituals, and beliefs. The idea is that different paths can lead to the same ultimate truth, and that diversity is a natural part of the human experience. This principle of unity in diversity is a fundamental aspect of Hinduism, and it has influenced the way in which many Hindus view and interact with people of different faiths. 

Most religions do not encourage questioning everything and believe in a particular book, but the followers of the Sanatan tradition have this opportunity to spread the path of ‘seeking’, path of ‘questioning everything’, the path of ‘knowledge’ (Gyan Yog) to as many people as possible.

Knowledge here does not mean any bookish knowledge.(by capturing data and concepts in your mind through books or videos)

Knowledge is what gives ‘direct experience’. (knowing)

This path of Knowledge neither rejects God nor believes it until it is experienced directly.

This tradition is about asking more and more questions on everything, until the curiosity of the mind subsides and clarity of true knowledge shines within.

And the biggest question is - Who am I?

No book, no person can answer this.

It is the quest to know my true self, to realise who am I really?

Therefore, in this era of the new generation, it is almost certain that this path will reach every corner of the world, the "path of knowledge -Gyan Yog" of Sanatan Hindu tradition. 

Sanatan Dharma