Understanding time and space from a scientific viewpoint is one of the eternal quests of mankind.
Transcending time was also one of the goals of the ancient Indians. Thus the phrase “sanatana dharma” (eternal dharma) is used to describe the Hindu religion.
In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna narrates how he is the embodiment of Time, as he reveals his universal form.
kālo ’smi loka-kṣhaya-kṛit pravṛiddho
lokān samāhartum iha pravṛittaḥ
ṛite ’pi tvāṁ na bhaviṣhyanti sarve
ye ’vasthitāḥ pratyanīkeṣhu yodhāḥ
This can be roughly translated to:
Time I am, destroyer of the worlds. Even without your participation, the warriors arrayed in the opposing army shall cease to exist.
– Bhagavad Gita, 11.32