I am so happy to see you are studying Hinduism in an in-depth way. Hinduism believes that each religion on this earth is essentially its own path to Moksha. Christianity is a path to Moksha, Islam is a path to Moksha, Buddhism is a path to Moksha, etc. We believe that each religion is simply a personal decision and relationship with God that leads one to reach eternal bliss, i.e., conjoinment with the Supreme Godhead. Hinduism in itself belongs to one of these paths. ‘Sanatana Dharma’ means ‘The Eternal Way of Life’, and essentially each religion contains some form of Hindu virtues, as humankind can’t help but reach a common ground on to what is considered ‘good action’ and ‘wrong action’. Such an example would be that every religion favors charity, kind deeds and the gentle treatment of others. While small details may vary, the underlining lesson in each religious dogma is centrally the same, just defined in different ways and through different cultures.
This is why it is simply flawed to think that “one path is better than another” in one’s journey to Moksha. The only culprit here is one whom does not follow his religion diligently. If one ever meets an unkind Muslim, a greedy Buddhist or a hateful Hindu, his flaw is not his religion, but is of his lack thereof.
My personal path that I have chosen and that I follow as a means to grow as close as possible to Brahman is Hinduism. But even the term “Hinduism” is not enough to define a single practice or method to reach Moksha. Each Hindu is different. Each one of us has our Ishta Deva(s) or Devi(s); each of us defines God in very similar, yet diverse ways. However, in my chosen path, my personal Gods (Ishta Deva/is) is Divine ShivParivar and Lord Krishna. Through ShivParivar, I learn God’s form as a perfect family. I learn how to be strong, firm and dutiful in my beliefs through Maa Durga/Parvati. I learn how to be calm and diligent through Lord Maheshwar. I learn the importance of cutting through distractions and raising my intellect through Lord Ganapati. I learn the importance of valor and determination in this yuga through Murugan. Through Lord Krishna I understand kindness, devotion and sweetness to even my enemies.
Each Hindu you ask about their “path to Moksha” will be different, because our definition of God is not described in just a handful of qualities, but rather in hundreds of thousands of qualities!
I hope I’ve answered your question!
Jai Ambe Maa!