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An (otherwise unknown) author with the name Sānātanī is mentioned by Udayana (10th century). Sanātanī is a term often used by Indians to either describe denominations that adhere to Sanatana Dharma, or what is sometimes misunderstood to be Orthodox Hinduism.The term was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi in 1921. The term Sanatani is used in contrast to Hindu reform movements, which often reject previously long-established socioreligious systems based on fundamentalist interpretations of specific scriptures or were led by reformist sants (saints).

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  • Sanatana Dharma is Sanskriet voor "eeuwig (tijdloos) dharma". Voor het woord "dharma" bestaat geen goede vertaling in de westerse talen. Wel kan men het vergelijken met "levenswijze". Sanatana Dharma wordt door veel hindoes zelf gebruikt om hun eigen spirituele weg mee aan te duiden (in plaats van hindoeïsme). Ook wordt "Sanatana Dharma" gebruikt door degenen die niet tot de Arya Samaj (stroming binnen het hindoëisme) behoren.
  • An (otherwise unknown) author with the name Sānātanī is mentioned by Udayana (10th century). Sanātanī is a term often used by Indians to either describe denominations that adhere to Sanatana Dharma, or what is sometimes misunderstood to be Orthodox Hinduism.The term was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi in 1921. The term Sanatani is used in contrast to Hindu reform movements, which often reject previously long-established socioreligious systems based on fundamentalist interpretations of specific scriptures or were led by reformist sants (saints).
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  • Sanatana Dharma is Sanskriet voor "eeuwig (tijdloos) dharma". Voor het woord "dharma" bestaat geen goede vertaling in de westerse talen. Wel kan men het vergelijken met "levenswijze". Sanatana Dharma wordt door veel hindoes zelf gebruikt om hun eigen spirituele weg mee aan te duiden (in plaats van hindoeïsme). Ook wordt "Sanatana Dharma" gebruikt door degenen die niet tot de Arya Samaj (stroming binnen het hindoëisme) behoren.
  • An (otherwise unknown) author with the name Sānātanī is mentioned by Udayana (10th century). Sanātanī is a term often used by Indians to either describe denominations that adhere to Sanatana Dharma, or what is sometimes misunderstood to be Orthodox Hinduism.The term was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi in 1921. The term Sanatani is used in contrast to Hindu reform movements, which often reject previously long-established socioreligious systems based on fundamentalist interpretations of specific scriptures or were led by reformist sants (saints).
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