Document Type : Research Article
Sanskrit, the language of the Gods, is the origin of many modern Indian languages and concepts. One such Sanskrit idea is 'VasudhaivaKutumbakam,' which mean s the world is one.Thus, 'VasudhaivaKutumbakam' counts the entire universe as a family, and all animals and humans who live on it are members of the same family. While it is an old principle, it is more relevant to contemporary than ever before. A far more methodical form of Indigenous society was found during the Vedic period. The Vedas are also known as 'ancient sages' or 'viziers' as they were used as a source of knowledge by the rishis (sages) and are known as the world's oldest texts. Indian Culture has always been delightful, syncretistic, powerful, and colorful, with a systematic approach to the world and remarkable divine consistency. Humans cannot encounter a more particular vision of universalism than that of VasudhaivaKutumbh, which is promoted by Indian Culture and nations that the entire world is considered a solitary family. The article focuses on how the idea of Indian Vedas, such as 'VasudhaivaKutumbakam,' including its core principle of unity, remains appropriate and effective in addressing conflicts around the world in the modern era. The idea of 'VasudhaivaKutumbakam,' is an essential aspect in promoting a sustainable model of providing social justice through peace and non-violence, as expressed in 'United Nations' sustainable goals.