WHN Global Newsletter – 24 May 2015


Hindu Mandir Priests’Conference (HMPC)is an initiative of theHindu Mandir Executives’ Conference. The mission of HMEC is to provide leadership to the Hindu-American community by encouraging Hindu temples across North America to nourish, protect, and sustain Hindu Dharma.The 4th annual HMPC was hosted by Hindu Temple of Minnesota, MN from May 15-16, 2015.



A promising post-graduation student Anuja (23) was found dead in her rented house on Friday night in Thrissur district of Kerela. Her live-in partner V. Khaleem was taken into police custody. Anuja (23), the daughter of Puthusseriparambil Ashok Kumar and Shailaja, was in the final year of her MA political science course at the Maharaja’s College, Ernakulam. She had been staying with Valiyakath Khaleem (34) from Chavakkad near Thrissur.

Bhagavad Gita is a practical guide to the day to day problems, challenges and obligations of life. Gita liberates us from all bondages, doubts, self-imposed limitations, anxieties and fears; and enables us to lead a very happy, contented, blissful, prosperous and supremely successful life.

On behalf of the National Steering and HMEC 2015 Planning Committee, we cordially invite the present and past officers of your temple executives, community leaders, activists and scholars to participate in the 10th Hindu Mandir Executives’ Conference (HMEC-2015).