Dr. Frank Morales: Keynote Speaker at Hindu Dharma Summit
- Dr. Frank Morales: Keynote Speaker at Hindu Dharma Summit
Dr. Frank Morales will be a keynote speaker at the Hindu Dharma
Summit to be held December 14 - 16 in Orlando, Florida.
Dr. Morales will be speaking on Sunday, Dec. 16th, at 9:55 AM.
The topic will be: "Dharma Ascending: Restoring Hinduism as a Global
In addition, Dr. Morales' organization (the International Sanatana
Dharma Society) will have an information booth at the conference to
share information about Dharma Spirituality.
If you are planning to be at the conference, we need volunteers to
help us man the information booth. If you can help with this seva,
please feel free to contact us, or to just show up at our booth and
let us know you would like to help with this important service toward
Dharma. Your service will be greatly appreciated. (402) 896-4294,
More information about the conference is listed below.
International Sanatana Dharma Society
Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya (Dr. Frank Morales, Ph.D.)
Hindu Dharma Summit 2007
Conference with Leading Swamis, Gurus, Professors, Thinkers,
Intellectuals, and Activists
Theme: The Future of Hindu Dharma in North America
Only One Week to Register at regular rate ¡V Registration fee goes up
on Nov 21
Contact: Ved P. Chaudhary, Ph.D. 732-972-1489 cell 609-218-0478
The Hindu Collective Initiative (HCI) of North America is organizing
a national conference involving all Hindu religious organizations on
December 14, 15, 16 at the University of Central Florida (UCF) in
According to the latest census data, there are more than 3 million
Hindus living in America and they have built more than 900 Hindu
temples and organizations. The purpose of this conference is to bring
together all Hindu organizations in the US to identify issues of
common interest and work towards solving them.
This conference was inspired by Swami Dayananda Saraswati. Sri Sri
Ravi Shankar, Paramhansa Nityananda, Paramacharya Palaniswami of
Hawaii, Swami Aksharananda of Guyana, Dr. Pranav Pandya of All World
Gayatri Pariwar, Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya (Dr. Frank Morales,
Ph.D.) of the International Sanatana Dharma Society, and several
other Hindu leaders have committed their full support to the
objectives of this conference which is: to bring together on one
platform leaders of all Hindu sampradayas and organizations, as well
as top Hindu professors, intellectuals and community leaders,
including western Hindus and Caribbean Hindus, to network and discuss
common issues to assure a bright future for Hindu Dharma in North
As was the well attended and received first Summit at Rutgers
University, NJ in 2005, the second Summit promises to be a unique
experience and platform for substantive discussion on broad range of
important issues affecting the American Hindu community and for the
exchange of ideas and to network.
Invited Speakers who are expected to attend include: Dr. David
Frawley, Dr. Frank Morales, Sushri Janeshwari Devi (Barsana Dham),
Sri Jeffrey Armstrong, Sri Bawa Jain, Dr. Piyush Agrawal, Prof.
Rukmani, Prof. Bal Ram Singh, Prof. Siva Bajpai, Prof. Antonio de
Nicolas, Prof. Subhash Kak, Prof Jeffrey Long, Prof. TRN Rao, Prof.
Ramesh N. Rao, Sri Deosaran Bisnath, Sri Chandresh Sharma (Legislator
in Trinidad-Tobago) and others.
Ved P. Chaudhary, Ph.D.
General Secretary, Hindu Collective Initiative (HCI) - North America
Former Trustee of Rutgers - the State University of NJ
Currently serving as Assistant Commissioner, Dept of Environmental
732-972-1489 732-385-0060 cell 609-218-0478 Email:
To register for the conference:
Please mail or FAX your information along with the registration fee
of $100 before Nov 20, 2007
($125 after Nov 20; $150 at the door.)
PO Box 291
Name(s):______________________________# of persons____
Englishtown, NJ 07726
$_______________ check #
Or Credit card #________________________ Visa/MC
Exp date________ 3 digit # on back of card ________
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