Sunday, May 2, 2010

Hindu Summit at Melbourne on May 16, 2010

You are cordially invited to

A unique Hinduism Summit (Hindu Dharma Sabha)

On Sunday,16th May 2010 from 1.30 PM to 5.00 PM

at the

Shirdi Sai Baba Temple,

32, Halley Avenue, Camberwell, Melbourne, Vic (Mel Ref 60 B5)

The first Hinduism Summit (Hindu Dharmasabha) of  its kind in Melbourne, Australia, will be held on the auspicious occasion of  Akshay Trutiya, 5112 (Sunday 16th May 2010) at the Shirdi Sai Baba temple. The Hinduism Summit will be held by the Forum for Hindu Awakening (FHA) with support from noteworthy Hindu and spiritual organizations and leaders from Australia. This Summit welcomes anyone interested in understanding, living and preserving Hinduism.

Aim of the Hinduism Summit

The Hinduism Summit aims to promote an understanding about the unique science behind Hinduism concepts and practices, and provide practical guidance on living Hinduism. The Hinduism Summit also aims to unite everyone interested in Hinduism, to preserve it in the face of denigration and misconceptions about Hinduism today.

Saints' blessings

  1. H.H Mata Amrutanandamayai (Amma) of Ammachi
  2. H.H. Sri Dwarkeshlalji (Jai Jai Sree) of Vaishnav Sangh
  3. Pujya Guruji Shri Ashwinkumar Pathak of Jai Shree Ram Sundarkand
  4. Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Jayendra Saraswati of Kanchi Kamkoti Peeth
  5. His Holiness Pande Maharaj of Sanatan Sanstha
  6. His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar of The Art of Living International Center

How this summit will serve Hinduism (Hindu Dharma)

Those who have been serving Hindu Dharma selflessly will come under one platform to urge Hindus to unite for the common good of Hindu Dharma.

Reiterating the importance and understanding the value of Adhyatmic Shastra (spiritual science) in today's world that has been given to us by our Rushi munis through our scriptures.

To establish a common forum for creating awareness about the various forms of denigration of our Deities, rituals, Saints and Scriptures.
To arouse in our younger generation an understanding of the greatness and uniqueness of Hindu Dharma.

Why we urge you to attend this Dharma sabha:

To become aware of the various challenges facing the Hindu Dharma today and to unite with your fellow Hindus from other paths/organizations to take up the common cause of preserving our Dharma against these challenges.

Understand the significance of incorporating a sattvik lifestyle to improve the quality of your life and your loved ones.

To provide you with any assistance in teaching your children on why they should be proud of the Hindu heritage (Dharma Education).

To register for this event: Please visit us at

Please pass this on to your near and dear ones (family and friends) and kindly urge them to attend too.

About The Summit

The Melbourne Hinduism Summit will commence and conclude with auspicious recitations from the Vedas and ancient Hindu Scriptures. It will feature enlightening presentations by selfless Hindu leaders, and demonstrative videos on understanding, living and preserving Hinduism, followed by a unique exhibition of posters and books on Hinduism education. The event will be webcast live on FHA website for attendance and participation from anywhere in the world. The Forum for Hindu Awakening is non-profit, charitable organization, devoted to awaken society to the unique spiritual science underlying Hinduism, motivate people to live and preserve them, and facilitate the spiritual progress of humanity at large.

Those who are not able to attend the Summit personally, can always watch it live on webcast at

For More Program Details Click Here


Source: Email and FHA website


None of the Authors of 'INDIASPIRITUALITY' are in any way connected and / or involved with the Summit or with the foundations mentioned in the above article.

Please contact directly to FHA.

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