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'''Хиндү шашин''' нь [[Энэтхэгийн хойг]]ийн зонхилох шашин юм<ref name = "trad">Hinduism is variously defined as a "religion", "set of religious beliefs and practices", "religious tradition" etc. For a discussion on the topic, see: "Establishing the boundaries" in Gavin Flood (2003), pp. 1-17. [[René Guénon]] in his'' Introduction to the Study of the Hindu Doctrines'' (1921 ed.), Sophia Perennis, ISBN 0-900588-74-8, proposes a definition of the term "religion" and a discussion of its relevance (or lack of) to Hindu doctrines (part II, chapter 4, p. 58).</ref>. Хиндү шашныг шүтэгчид нь '''Санатана Дарма''' ([[самгарьд]] хэлээр "мөнхийн хууль" гэсэн үг) гэдэг.<ref name = "san">The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions. Ed. John Bowker. Oxford University Press, 2000; The modern use of the term can be traced to late 19th century [[Hindu reform movements]] (J. Zavos, ''Defending Hindu Tradition: Sanatana Dharma as a Symbol of Orthodoxy in Colonial India'', Religion (Academic Press), Volume 31, Number 2, April 2001, pp. 109-123; see also R. D. Baird, "[[Swami Bhaktivedant|Swami Bhaktivedanta]]a and the Encounter with Religions", ''Modern Indian Responses to Religious Pluralism'', edited by Harold Coward, State University of New York Press, 1987); less literally also rendered "eternal way" (so {{cite book |author=Harvey, Andrew |title=Teachings of the Hindu Mystics |publisher=Shambhala |location=Boulder |year=2001 |pages=xiii |isbn=1-57062-449-6 |nopp=true}}). See also [[René Guénon]], ''Introduction to the Study of the Hindu Doctrines'' (1921 ed.), Sophia Perennis, ISBN 0-900588-74-8, part III, chapter 5 "The Law of Manu", p. 146. On the meaning of the word "Dharma", see also [[René Guénon]], ''Studies in Hinduism'', Sophia Perennis, ISBN 0-900588-69-3, chapter 5, p. 45</ref>
 
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