Hinduism represents a very broad and diverse philosophy embedded within the so-called Hindu religion. Too broad really to have any pretentions about explaining what hinduism stands for on a page like this.
In origin Hinduism rests on the vedic traditions and on the tantric traditions. The vedic traditions are best represented in the Veda's, the main and first holy books of hinduism, although they existed as a purely oral tradition long before books were invented and although many later hinduism scriptures became of vital importance. The tantric traditions in hinduism combine many ancient sciences such as astronomy, astrology, numerology, physiognomy, physics, chemistry, alchemy, Ayurveda (the traditional medicine of India), psychology, mathematics, geometry, and so on. See also Tantra Yoga.
There are many concepts that are very important in Hinduism philosophy. Hereafter we start with but a few :
Sanatan Society is an international networking association of students of
the late Harish Johari, joining efforts to promote his teachings of yoga
philosophy, tantra, worship, art and love. Sanatan Society stands
for the original, universal and eternal truth, path or law of yoga.
Though it is Hindu in origin, Sanatan Society is not limited to any religion,
race, time or country, nor in fact to any particular organisation.