Welcome to our new social network dedicated to catering to Sanatan believers. Our platform was founded with the aim of bringing together people who share a deep appreciation for the Sanatan legacy, and to foster a sense of community around this shared passion.

At our core, we believe in the principles of Vashudaibha Kuttumbakam, which means "The world is one family," and Sarve Bhawantu Sukhina, which translates to "May all be happy." These are values that we hold dear, and we are committed to promoting them through our platform.

While our platform is open to all, we strive to create features that specifically cater to Sanatan believers. We believe that by doing so, we can better serve our community and provide a more meaningful experience for those who share our beliefs and values.

In addition, we are committed to reinvesting our revenue into designing new features that showcase the power of the Sanatan legacy. We believe that this is a legacy that deserves to be celebrated and shared, and we encourage you to be a part of this process.

We are committed to creating a platform that is welcoming, inclusive, and free of discrimination. We believe that everyone has the right to connect with others and share their beliefs and passions, and we are proud to provide a space where Sanatan believers can do just that.

Thank you for joining us on this journey. We look forward to building a vibrant and meaningful community with you.

Sanatan Dharma, the eternal way of life, believes in Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, which means "the world is one family" (वसुधैव कुटुम्बकम् अर्थ है - धरती ही परिवार है - पृथ्वी नै परिवार हो (वसुधा एव कुटुम्बकम्)।).

Here's a beautiful verse from Rig Veda (4500 BC): एकम सत विप्रा बहुधा वदन्ति: Ekam sat Vipra Bahudha Vadanti अर्थात , सत्य एक है: जिसे बुद्धिमान विभिन्न नामों से बुलाते हैं। अर्थात्, सत्य एउटै हो: जसलाई बुद्धिमानहरूले विभिन्न नामले बोलाउँछन्। Truth (God) is one, the wise perceive it differently. (Rig Veda)

This was Swami Vivekananda's favorite phrase about spirituality: "That which exists is One; the sages call It by various names."

OM Shanti: ॐ शान्ति.