Any religion to be universally acceptable, must appeal both to the head and to the heart of the maximum number of people.
And Hinduism does it. The dizzy heights of its Advaita philosophy can easily slake the thirst of the brainiest of philosophers. Its
conception of the Personal God can more than satisfy the refined theologians.
The modes of Bhakti enunciated as well as the
rituals recommended soothe the hearts of the emotional types. The advocates of activism are easily accommodated by the
doctrine of selfless action. And the mystics can always count upon Yoga.