Kathmandu, August 31
Hindus from 11 countries across the world have gathered in Kathmandu for an international conference with the theme of ‘Emerging spiritualism: Renaissance of Hinduism’.
The three-day function that began today has aimed at making Kathmandu a global capital of Hinduism, according to the organiser Sanatan Sanskriti Samaj, Nepal.
Religious leaders from Nepal, India, Japan, Pakistan and Thailand among other countries are attending the event.
Addressing the inauguration today, speakers stressed that Nepal should develop itself as a centre of eastern culture.
Pashupati Area Development Trust’s Member-Secretary Pradeep Dhakal said Hinduism was everyone’s religion, hence no one needed to worry about if it would disappear ever.
The conference will also discuss some contemporary issues including climate change and global warming.
Published on August 31st, Thursday, 2017 4:43 PM
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