Hindu culture is peaceful in nature transmitted from generation to generation. Hindu culture has developed from its spiritual nature, from the devotion to the lord, from the musicians, saints, art, interaction and morality etc. It does not have any defined rule as Hinduism itself is a way of life and not any defined religion.

Hindu culture has its base as Sanatana Dharma meaning "religion of the Vedas," an eternal Law, it is a way of living a peaceful life and self belief. It is in itself related to the unions of resons and institition, so its culture can definied but by inheretance. It has not originate from a single person, a single book, or any defined time. The foundations of this oldest surviving religion were laid by ancient rishis (sages), who taught their disciples the eternal principles of life they had discovered through their meditations and to a large extend Indus valley civilization has given its vent to its Cultural. The teaching from the Vedas & Upanishads, Purans, Bhagavad Gita, epics of Mahabharatra and Ramayana. Bhagwat Gita is the base of Hindu culture.

Since Hindusism is ethnic and cultural diversity evolved both by innovation and assimilation, so it has resulted in an enormous variety of religious traditions, ranging from innumerable small, unsophisticated cults to the major religious movements. The main themes of belief are Dharma. Samsara, karma, Moksha and Yoga.

Hinduism is belief with no bondage, therefore Hinduism has developed numerous practices meant to help divinity in the midst of everyday life which we call culture and is in use of our daily life..


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