Yes, Hinduism is not a religion, as per the research of so many scholars, Hinduism was dated back thousands of years. Even there isn’t a word called religion by that time.
Hinduism is a way of simple and spiritual life. To say it’s just a religion, we are limiting its potential. Because our ancient Indian yogis taught much wisdom, from normal lifestyle to astronomy.
The ancients were Divine architects, ancient temples in India are mind-boggling for all of us. They carved the stones just like we chop cheese with a knife. The saints also called HIndusim as ‘Sanathana Dharma.’ Ancient ever new Righteousness.
In Hinduism, there are many gods, it doesn’t mean that they are not focused on one source, but it means, they know that God lives in everyone. Former President Of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan once said, ‘Hinduism is not a religion, but it’s a way of life’ Mahathma Gandhi also expressed the same views about Hinduism during the 20th century. In that period, many British rulers tried to convert the Indians into a western living but Mr. MK Gandhi opposed that strongly. Gandhi had Christian friends too. He was not against religions but he’s against tyranny.
– Viswanath Venkat Dasari
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