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Hindu Heritage Day Brings People of Different Nations Together

Ranjani Saigal
02//0427

Several organizations in the New England are coming together to celebrate Hindu Heritage day on May 5th at 4:00 pm in the John F. Kennedy Middle School in Waltham, MA. This event promises to be a very colorful one featuring dance and music from India, Cambodia, Nepal, Thailand and Sri Lanka. Shri C. M. Bhandari, India's Counsel-General at Toronto will be the chief guest . Several local celebrities including Dr. Dinesh Patel(founder of Psychmotor Lab), Mukesh Chatter(founder and CEO Axiowave), Dr. Thushar Patel(founder of the Swaminarayan temple) and Jyothi Raghavan(founder of Academy of Performing Arts) will be honoured on that day.

Traditionally, Hindu Heritage day in New England is a day that celebrates all religions that were born in India. India is the birthplace of four major world religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikkism. All through history, Indians have always carried their spiritual traditions with them wherever they have moved. The religions that traveled with the people have taken roots in other countries and evolved over the centuries by adding local color. New England itself has several Hindu and Buddhist temples, Gurudwaras and Jain centers established during the past few decades.

The Hindu Heritage day is an annual gala event and this year the day is a celebration of the "Unity in Diversity" concept where people practising different religions and people from different countries come together to explore the inter-connected nature of their religions and traditions.

The event is free and open to all. The event is sponsored by, Bangla-o-Biswa, Ekal Vidyalyaya Foundation of America, Greater Boston Nepali Community, Havyaka Assoctiation of New England, Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, International Society for Krishna Consciousness, Kannada Koota, Pathsala of Jain Temple of Greater Boston, Sadhu Waswani Center, Saraswati Mandiram, Vrindavan Preservation Society, Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America an the Woburn Satsang Center.



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