3-day session of Bharateeya Vichara Kendram from today

via Pioneer News Service | Thiruvananthapuram published on July 7, 2006

The 24th annual general session of Bharateeya Vichara Kendram will begin here on Friday. Over 150 delegates from all over the State will participate in the three-day session.

During the session, a draft policy of the Bharatheeya Vichara Kendram will be discussed and approved.

According the draft policy, a global conspiracy is at work against Hindu dharma and culture. As part of this conspiracy, organised but sinister attempts are underway to sabotage moves for Hindu unity.

As the twin forces of globalisation and religious terrorism pose serious threat to cultural diversity, plurality and sovereignty of nations, the need for an assertive and inclusive Hindu resurgence assumes top-most priority in the agenda for the century, the statement suggested.

The statement observed that the one and only Hindu nation, Nepal was forced to abandon the Hinduism even though there are over sixty Islamic countries and more number of Christian republics in the world, against whom no voice is raised.

In Kerala, the socio-cultural bodies of various communities like NSS and SNDP were all sought to carry forward the renaissance movement, the statement observed. However, the dialectics and difference of approach among them, the spirit of Hindu unity continues to be relevant for these organisations. The statement claimed that Hindutva continued to be vibrant and dynamic.

Saying that the Hindus in Kerala are facing the gravest challenge from anti-Hindu forces, the state and the people are becoming alienated from the national mainstream, new programmes and projects based on self-reliance and self pride were need, the document said.

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