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Sanatana Dharma does not have any dichotomy of divinity

In Sanatana Dharma, everything is deified. Sanatana Dharma does not have any dichotomy of divinity.

What is the dichotomy of divinity or duality of divinity? It is the belief that there is something divine and that there is something that is not divine.

That there is a God and that there is a Devil.

Sanatana Dharma does not believe in that.

All the traditions of Sanatana Dharma profess that everything that we see is the manifestation of the One Divine principle.

This is the reason why true followers of Sanatana Dharma are at ease in worshipping Goddess Kali and Goddess Lakshmi. Goddess Kali is unimaginably ferocious with garlands of head and fingers around her neck; Goddess Lakshmi is unimaginably beautiful and she wears wonderful ornaments.

Shiva roams around with snakes in his body and lives in the graveyard. Vishnu is handsome and dressed like an emperor.

Source - Prabhudha Bharata January 2016 Issue