Sanātana Dharma (Devanagari: सनातन धर्म, meaning “eternal dharma”, “eternal order”) is an endonym used by Hindus to refer to Hinduism
It refers to the “eternal” truth and teachings of Hinduism
It can also be translated as “the natural and eternal way to live"
The term used in Indian languages alongside the more common Hindu Dharma
Sanatana Dharma can also denote the list of ’eternal’ or absolute duties and practices that all Hindus must comply with