There is no single book or a single doctrine, which can describe Hinduism.
"The man who knows nothing of music, literature, or art is no better than a beast," ancient Hindu wisdom warned, "only without a beast's tail or teeth." The arts of Civilization's armor, her weapons and shield against all the pitfalls of life, lighting the darkest corner of the trail, helping us to cross its most dangerous passes.
Indian art in its purest form is Yoga, a disciplined style of worship and self-restraint that may also be thought of as India's oldest indigenous "science." Shiva, the " Great God" of yogic practice, visually represented as "King of Dance" (Nataraja), is the most remarkable single symbol of divine powers ever created by Indian artistic genius.
Indian artists have celebrated and immortalized the beauty of human bodies in bronze and stone for more than 5,000 years.
Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.
In simple words, Hinduism is a way of life, which helps you to liberate from the cycle of birth and rebirth.