Sanatan Dharma is the sum of all knowledge, traditions and beliefs rooted in the Indian subcontinent since the beginning of time. Whether we talk of the Vedas, Shrutis and Smritis that were passed on from one generation to another for thousands of years through the oral tradition or the Aranyakas, Brahmanas, Upanishads and the sacred scriptures like Valmik Ramayan and Shrimad Bhagavad Gita—all this legacy is not an ism .This knowledge is the hallmark of the Indian way of life which also varies vastly in time and space. It encompasses so many civilizations and myriad of cultures.

The vast treasure of knowledge in its totality--together with unflinching faith of the multitude in the Almighty, the avatars, deities, pantheons and the sacred texts symbolize the religious beliefs of the masses in the most sacred and profane form and the norms and values of life of the people who have been the followers of the Sanatan dharma for thousands of years.  Sanatan means eternal and dharma means the principle or law that defines orderly way of life. Sanatan has no beginning and no end. Therefore Sanatan cannot be rigid, it has to be inclusive without excluding the best and totality of knowledge to guide the "Karmic" process. 

Jai Ho

Sanatan Dharma ki jai ho

Jai ho 
Sanatan Dharma ki Jai ho
Jai ho
Bhole Nath ki Jai ho
Ma Kali , Ma Durge, Ma Shakti ki Jai ho
Bhagwan Shri Ram ki Jai ho
Sita Ma Ki Jai ho
Ghanshyam, Murari, Shri Krishna ki Jai ho
Mahakal Ki Jai ho
​Charon dham ki Jai ho

Maruti Nandan
Ramdut ki jai ho
Nandi dev ki jai ho
Jai ho, Jai ho, Jai Jo
Veda, Purana,
 Dharma Shastron
​Sadhu Santon ki Jai ho
Jai ho
Sanatan Dharma ki Jai ho
Jai ho, Jai ho, Jai ho
​Jai ho, Jai ho, Jai ho