Hinduism is one of the oldest and largest religions in the world, originating in the Indian subcontinent. It is estimated to have between 900 million and 1.2 billion followers, making it the third largest religion in the world after Christianity and Islam. Hinduism is a diverse and complex religion that encompasses a range of beliefs, practices, and traditions.

Some key beliefs in Hinduism include:

  1. Karma: Hindus believe that actions in this life will determine their fate in future lives. Good actions will result in positive karma, while negative actions will result in negative karma.

  2. Dharma: Hindus believe that individuals have a duty or responsibility to fulfill in life, known as dharma. This can include specific duties such as being a good spouse, parent, or worker, as well as more general duties such as acting with compassion and non-violence.

  3. Moksha: Hindus believe that the ultimate goal of life is moksha, or liberation from the cycle of rebirth. This can be achieved through a combination of good deeds, spiritual practices, and devotion to a deity.

  4. Multiple gods and goddesses: Hindus worship a wide range of gods and goddesses, each of which is seen as a manifestation of a particular aspect of the divine. Some of the most important deities include Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the preserver), and Shiva (the destroyer).

Hinduism also encompasses a rich tradition of philosophy, literature, and art, and it has had a profound influence on the cultures and civilizations of the Indian subcontinent.



Jagatguru Santoshi Baba's idea about religion is that in Kalyug, more religious work is done than in Satyug, Tretayug, Dwapar, but there is no identity of religion.
Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian are not any religion, religion is human service. If humans help a helpless person in their time of helplessness, that is the biggest religion.
He said that man has a lot of power. It is necessary to refine it.
It was also said that without the implementation of Sanatan Dharma, there can be no complete development of the human being.
Santoshi Baba believes that to have zero account of religion is to go towards destruction