Forum for Hindu Awakening announces Hinduism Summit (Hindu Dharmasabha) in New Jersey, USA

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The Forum for Hindu Awakening (FHA) has announced their next North American Hinduism Summit (Hindu Dharmasabha) in New Jersey, USA. The event will be held at The Marathi Vishwa Community Center, 143 State Route 35, Laurence Harbor, New Jersey 08879-2834, USA on Saturday, 24 October 2009 at 2.30 PM.

Seats are limited. Reservations can be made from http://www.forumforhinduawakening.org/events/event.php?id=21.

The FHA is a charitable organization devoted to awaken society to the unique spiritual science behind Hindu Dharma concepts and practices, to motivate people to live and preserve them and to facilitate the spiritual progress of humanity. The Forum for Hindu Awakening is a non-profit organization in the USA, tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

The Hindu Summit aims to foster education about Hindu Dharma by bringing forth the unique science behind Hinduism concepts and practices, and bringing together Hindu leaders across the USA to spread the message of Hinduism.

The Summit has been blessed by eminent saints from India, including Jagadguru Shankaracharya Swami Jayendra Saraswati of Kanchi Kamkoti Peeth and His Holiness Pande Maharaj of Sanatan Sanstha.

Special attractions of the Summit include an exhibition of posters on sattvik living and a treasure of books on topics of spiritual practice (sadhana), Dharma, sattvik pictures of deities and sattvik products.

The Forum for Hindu Awakening (FHA's) aims to educate, in the unique spiritual science underlying Hinduism, anyone interested in understanding, living and preserving Hinduism (Sanatan Hindu Dharma), regardless of their religion, ethnicity or nationality, preserve the practice of Hinduism by dispelling misconceptions about the concepts and practices held sacred in Hinduism. expound upon the problems faced by the world and promote remedies from the viewpoint of Hinduism,  and unite all persons and organisations interested in the practice of Hinduism in order to resolve issues concerning Hindus, within Hinduism's tradition of peace and tolerance. The primary aim of FHA is to facilitate the spiritual progress of humanity on the path to God-realization (Moksha).