Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha to inculcate self esteem to Hindu Soceity

via Press Release published on January 12, 2010

Hyderabad, January 10, 2010: The three day long fourth summit of the Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha is being held at Hyderabad with the objective of exchange of information, ideas and socio-economic activities among Acharyas and Pontiffs of religious institutions in the country .

Govind Hari , core committee member of the Sabha said the goal was to inculcate in poor Hindu families, greater self esteem and price of belonging to the Hindu religion and culture , and focus on community service by providing common public utilities to community buildings like solar energy devices, drinking water provisions and village sanitation services as part of the socio-economic program by drawing resources from government agencies .

He said the Acharya Sabha trust also laid down a road map for involvement with the society and community by providing – – Sanskrit spoken practice in some schools run by Mathas/Peethas and temples. – Management and rejuvenation of Public temples small and neglected and almost derelict institutions outside endowment act. – Better management of festivals and pilgrimages make them accident free-better environmentSabha to organize devotees to take up such activity. – Organize discourses by eminent Hindu personalities in temples on serious religious topics along with music concerts and other cultural programs. – Organize discourses by Acharyas at public places to spread awareness among public to give up harmful and outdated rituals and practices.

N V S S Prabhakar, another core committee member said the summit also discussed on the need to set up an academic institute of Hindu heritage studies and research. He said focus is on setting right the wrong interpretations and writing by westerners on Hindu culture and
practices. Sabha through a trust proposed to set up an institution to be run in a professional manner.

Prabhakar said nearly 160 acharyas, pontiffs and heads of Mutts and religious institutions including Ashok Singhal of VHP and Dr. Subramanya Swamy participated in the debates, which focused on the future course of patronization and practice of Hindu religion. He said nearly 100 volunteers from the Hindu community were rendering service for the smooth and successful conduction of the summit by supervising- catering, accommodation, transport, food, security, internet and administration, Medicare and other services.

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