Global Hindu meet from November 21

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2,000 delegates to discuss solutions to myriad challenges faced by Hindus worldwide
Around 2,000 delegates are gathering in the city to discuss solutions to the myriad challenges faced by Hindus worldwide and to devise workable and tangible solutions.
Three-day World Hindu Congress, starting on November 21, will be addressed by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama, BJP chief Amit Shah, Union ministers Nitin Gadkari, Smriti Irani and Nirmala Sitharaman and other prominent personalities from fields of science, film, media and corporate sector.
World Hindu Congress-2014 spokesperson Sushil Pandit told this newspaper that the first congress of this kind aims to take the movement for Hindu solidarity to the next level.
“Hindus are most discriminated group in India or other parts of the world. This task needs to be undertaken with a single-minded focus on rebuilding the spiritual and material heritage of Hindus. During the three-day meet, all the delegates will present ideas for Hindu rise and resurgence and attendees are mostly from the rank of activists,” added Mr Pandit.
The meet, organised by the World Hindu Foundation, will host some 2,000 delegates from 53 countries.
The meet will deliberate on seven themes youth, economy, politics, educational organisations, women, and the media. “The congress, will consist of seven different conferences. Each conference will specifically deal with an area of strategic importance to the global Hindu community, holding detailed deliberations and articulating specific solutions to deal with any obstacles that are blocking the Hindu community’s ability to progress in the respective area concerned,” said the spokesperson. Mr Pandit said that the meet intends to serve as a platform for Hindus across the world.
After the conclusion of the three-day meet, individual organisations conducting seven conferences will monitor and assist the implementation of the findings and resolutions of each conference and will report on the progress made at the next congress, coupled with deliberations anew on any remaining and new challenges confronting Hindus.

Source: The Asian Age