This Dark Age

A manual for life in the modern world.

By Daniel Schwindt

Hindu unity

The unity of Hinduism is of a purely traditional order, which is to say it is not religious, national, or racial, but is instead held together by an acknowledgement of a set of principles integrated into the life entire of the civilization. Again, we emphasize that it should not be conceived as a unity of ‘beliefs,’ in the religious sense. There is no externally recognizable authority, as in Islam or Catholicism; its unity is inward and is a matter of participation in a traditional that is not separable from life itself. Hindus are anyone who participates in this tradition, and non-Hindus are those who do not.

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