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Hinduism lives because it has no physiological limits



Hinduism lives because it has no physiological limits, like that of an organism which takes birth, grows, decays and dies. Its eternal components being truth, righteousness, and cosmic order, it may well be called the homage of Divinity to itself.

It is eternal for not being static and for its ability to become new again, as per the explanation of the word ‘Sanatana’ given in the Atharva Veda.

Sanatanam enam ahuh uta adyah syat punarnavah (Atharva Veda, X. 8. 2.) – They proclaim Him to be eternal. But He may become new again even today.

Source - Hinduism : The Faith Eternal By Dr. Satish K. Kapoor