BORN A HINDU, BE A HINDU (40%)
Born a Hindu, Be a Hindu
The use of the term Santana Dharma to refer to the faith and belief indicates that the people who practiced it did understand the universality of it, as well as its relationship with the Reality. Santana Dharma was neither confined nor restlicted to a caste, a creed or a group of people living in a particular geographical area. It encompasses and embraces not only the entire humanity but the universe itself. It is eternal in every sense transcending the time, space and matter thereby providing an indication of the origin of the universe, time and space. Interestingly no other faith or belief can provide logical and rational answers to the questions regarding the origins of universe, time and space as Santana Dharma does. It contains all philosophies and religions within
...the younger generations are growing up as skeptics of their own faith. The ridicule and mockery of these rituals by the other faiths makes the situation worse. Skepticism combined with the sense of shame has resulted in resentment and rejection of the faith.
No wonder a substantial section of Hindu population today, though born as 'Hindus', can't call or refer to themselves as practicing Hindus
... it is our intention to provoke every Hindu into thinking about who is a Hindu and what it is to be Hindu through this book 'Born a Hindu, Be a Hindu'. Here we present some vital information about Hinduism and being a Hindu, in little capsules and in simple language as much as possible so that it can be easily read and understood by people with any background. This book is intended to serve as a "How, What & Why" guide for Hinduism, for those who are skeptics of their faith, by provoking their thoughts on Hinduism...