Vedic Sanatan Trust

Vedic Sanatan Trust

Hinduism dates back to centuries and a lot has been thought and said about the “concept” by several learned and knowledgeable personalities. Several things were adopted time and again it only became broader and in recent times is the third largest and popular religion across the globe.

Sanatan means eternal. It is a part of Hinduism. It reflects upon the set of duties and Hindu beliefs that one should follow in life. Hindu ideas have been taken from the Vedas and Upanishads to direct the followers about their set of duties in life and how one should follow the same. In short, we often hear the word “Sanatani”. It demonstrates a set of ideas and duties that the Hindus follow.

Vedic Dharma describes the Hindus as being Sanatan Dharma. Dharma has a rich history as the word itself dates back to centuries at the time when people started believing in worshipping and understanding their duties in life. Dharma is a term that means that people need to incorporate a way of living that can well describe the meaning of their existence.

The set of duties that the follower of the religion has to follow comprises of general duties towards fellow human beings. The person should have a purity of thoughts and deeds. Other qualities and virtues that the person should try to imbibe in one’s personality are mercy, goodwill, self-control, generosity, and patience.

Vedic Guruji supports such thoughts. The experts empanelled in our society are enriched with the ideas that are given in Hindu religions texts and Vedas.