Over 250 Hindus from the Greater Toronto area attended the Hinduism Summit (Dharmajagruti Sabha) held in Hindu Heritage Center in Mississauga on Saturday, 28th April.Inspired by the event, several attendees want to join hands to understand, live and preserve Hinduism. Read more »
Over 50 questions about Hinduism from a 200 strong audience, with 65 of them online, made for a lively Hinduism Summit held today by Forum for Hindu Awakening (FHA) at Vishnu Mandir in Toronto. The Summit was first of its kind in Canada. Read more »
The first ever Hinduism Summit (Hindu Dharmajagruti Sabha) in Canada will be held at the Vishnu Mandir of Greater Toronto on Saturday, 9th April 2011. The Hinduism Summit will be organised by Forum for Hindu Awakening. Read more »
London: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown described Diwali as ‘a wonderful inclusive festival’. Read more »
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