Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Hindu summit in London on 3rd Oct, 2009

The Forum for Hindu awakening invites all those interested in understanding, living and preserving Hinduism for the Hindu Summit to be held at London on 3rd October, 2009.

The aim of this Summit is to propagate the unique science and knowledge underlying Hinduism concepts and practices through recitation of Holy mantras, speeches by Hindu leaders, a novel exhibition of posters, books and spiritual products. It welcomes anyone interested in Hinduism, regardless of race, religion, country or ethnic background.

It will be held in the Maharashtra Bhavan, London area on 3rd October this year from 3.30 to 7 pm.

It is receiving blessings and support from Hindus around the world, the latest being the blessings from Jagadguru Sri Shankaracharya Swami Jayendra Saraswati of Kanchi Kamkoti Peeth and P.P. Pande Maharaj of Sanatan Sanstha.

The link below leads to a new item about this event:


About the Forum for Hindu Awakening

The Forum for Hindu Awakening (FHA) is a charitable organisation devoted to awaken society to the unique spiritual science behind Hindu Dharma concepts and practices, to motivate people to live and preserve them and to facilitate the spiritual progress of humanity. The Forum for Hindu Awakening is a non-profit organisation in the USA, tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (Tax ID: 26-3007850.)

Location at:
PMB 220
3111 Rt.38,
Ste. #11
Laurel, NJ 08054, USA.

Toll-Free contact number: +1 877 303 3FHA (1 877 303 3342)

The Forum for Hindu Awakening (FHA's) aim and the objective of this website is:


To educate, in the unique spiritual science underlying Hinduism, anyone interested in understanding, living and preserving Hinduism (Sanatan Hindu Dharma), regardless of their religion, ethnicity or nationality.

To preserve the practice of Hinduism by dispelling misconceptions about the concepts and practices held sacred in Hinduism.

To expound upon the problems faced by the world and promote remedies from the viewpoint of Hinduism.

To unite all persons and organisations interested in the practice of Hinduism in order to resolve issues concerning Hindus, within Hinduism's tradition of peace and tolerance.

The primary aim of FHA is to facilitate the spiritual progress of humanity on the path to God-realisation (Moksha).

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