Justification why for a devotee of God Hinduism is a way of life
Thus, Dharma or Godly duty is deeply interwoven into the life of a Hindu the way nerves are interwoven into the organs of the body. In Hinduism, it is difficult to separate a person from his Dharma. It is also difficult to say where life ends and where religious practice begins, or vice versa. The practice of Hinduism is not confined to the performance of sacrificial rituals, observation of Sacraments (Samskaras), ritual or domestic worship, going to temples and pilgrim places, uttering mantras or praying, but to the whole life.
卐 || एकं सत विप्रा बहुधा वदन्ति |卐 | स्वस्मै स्वल्पं समाजाय सर्वस्वं || 卐 भारतीय || || Preservative || Artist || Pragmatist || Thinker || Writer || Palaeophile || Explorer ||
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