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Central Core Beliefs of Sanatana Dharma

Belief in a Supreme Brahman and the relationship between the Atman and the Brahman (the essential divinity of the human spirit)

Freedom to choose an Ishta Devata( personal Deity) realizingsuch freedom could result in different choices of deities

Belief in Free Will and its relationship to Karma

Freedom to pursue Purushartha or Chaturvarga (the four goals of life dharma, artha, kama and moksha) on the path to Self Realization

Observe the ethical responsibilities enjoined by the Dharma (Personal Responsibility and accountability)

Central Core Beliefs of Sanatana Dharma

Belief in a Supreme Brahman and the relationship between the Atman and the Brahman (the essential divinity of the human spirit)

Freedom to choose an Ishta Devata( personal Deity) realizingsuch freedom could result in different choices of deities

Belief in Free Will and its relationship to Karma

Freedom to pursue Purushartha or Chaturvarga (the four goals of life dharma, artha, kama and moksha) on the path to Self Realization

Observe the ethical responsibilities enjoined by the Dharma (Personal Responsibility and accountability)