This work is the result of the inquiry undertaken in India from 2006 to 2008, in towns that have intensive spiritual activities (Delhi, Agra, Mathura, Vindavan, Kajuraho, Varanasi, Kishikesh, Ajodhya...) and constitutes a study on Hinduism. It analyses the internal organization, the practices and rites that make the Hindu religion a different entity from the revealed religions. This work emphasizes the phenomenon linked to the building of the socioreligious conformity, the guruism, and the different intra and extra-socio-religious interactions.
However, the Hinduism has greatly contributed to the balance of a society inclined to religious violence, to insecurity, to poverty and to the emergence of this giant on the international scene. The religion of humanizing virtue should be universalized because of its social integration and conflict extinction capacity.