Hinduism’s spiritual way of life

Sanatana Dharma, the eternal order,
Hinduism’s spiritual way of life.
No claims to absoluteness,
Just a path to the divine.

Atman, the soul, in all living beings,
Transcends time, space, and death.
No conversion, no evangelizing,
Just different paths to the same goal ahead.

Respect for all religions and faiths,
Their sacred places hold divine grace.
Hindus visit Christian shrines and mosques,
For all are equal in God’s embrace.

The universe, beyond our comprehension,
Is divine, its powers we venerate.
Gods and goddesses, countless in number,
Are but mere symbols we contemplate.

Brahma, the creator, and Saraswathi,
The goddess of knowledge and arts.
Vishnu, the preserver, with Lakshmi,
The goddess of wealth and hearts.

Shiva, the bringer of cosmic order,
With Parvathi, the goddess of might.
Ganesha, the elephant-headed god,
Remover of obstacles in sight.

Life’s joys and sorrows, duties and rights,
Are told through countless tales and songs.
Shiva and Shakti, the cosmos’s might,
A union of opposites, where life belongs.

We Hindus see the world as one family,
Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam in our hearts.
Ahimsa, non-violence, a cornerstone value,
Gandhi showed us the path, from his start.

In the Bhagavad Gita, we find wisdom,
The song of the sublime and divine.
Krishna’s answers to Arjuna’s questions,
A guide to life, with values that shine.

Hinduism’s values and norms,
Spiritual and practical, old and new.
A way of life, to lead with grace,
And to find the divine within me and you.

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