Sanatan Dharma – The Religion Established by God in each Cycle in every Universe
God is eternal, meaning he has always existed. The laws created by God for man to follow (religion) must be eternal. God’s teachings (scriptures) must have eternally existed. If God has eternally existed then Man must have known him eternally.
That eternal religion which was created by the eternal God is called Sanatan Dharma (the eternal religion). Which is also known as the Vedic religion or Hinduism. The eternal teachings of God or scriptures are known as the Vedic scriptures.
The Vedic religion has been proven to be the oldest in the world and the oldest scriptures on the Planet are the Vedic scriptures. Which are written in the oldest language known to man, Sanskrit. The most systematic language in the world.
The scientists estimate the age of the Universe to be at least 15 Billion years. So why did it take God 15 Billion years to create his religion and send just one Prophet? The truth is that God already created his religion at the beginning of creation and not just a few thousand years ago and that religion is the Vedic religion.
The Simple Way to Determine the Truth
The truth is that which has always existed.
2+2=4 is true today, it was true 5000 years ago, it was true 5 trillion years ago, and it will be true in 5 trillion years time. Thus that which is existing today but did not exist 5000 years ago cannot be the truth. Sanatan Dharma is existing today, it existed 5000 years ago, it existed 5 trillion years ago and it will exist in 5 trillion years time. Sanatan Dharma is the truth.
Devotion to duty is not a sacrifice. It is a justification to your existence in this world.
Hinduism has always advocated the spirit of unity in diversity, selfless service and cultivation of character and moral values of life.It has always believed in tolerance, co-existence and community spirit, therefore we as Hindus will be able to achieve and command a lot of respect. The sacred Hindu texts were originally composed in sanskrit, e.g. Veda, Upanishad, Bhagvat Gita, the epics (Ramayan and Mahabhart). The Puranas and the Tantras.