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B Upendran | HENB | Pathanamthitta | Feb 6, 2022:: The 110th Ayiroor Cherukolpuzha Hindu religious convention was inaugurated here on Sunday by Goa Governor P.S. Sreedharan Pillai here.
Speaking on the occasion, the Governor emphasised the need for the Hindu society to uphold the concept of dharma, traditional culture and inclusiveness. He called for the inclusion of the philosophies of Chattampi Swamikal, Sree Narayana Guru and Swami Vivekananda in the curriculum.
He also released the Parishad Pathrika, a publication of the Hindumatha Maha Mandalam.
In a facebook message+ Goa Governor conveyed, “The 110th Ayirur – Cherukolpuzha Hindu Matha Parishad, organized by the Hindu Matha Maha Mandalam was inaugurated at Sri Vidyadhiraja Nagar, Pamba Manapuram. I am happy to be a part of a great cause to pass on the great influence of Indian culture to future generations. The Hindu Parishad, which started on the 6th of February, will conclude on the 13th of February.“
P. S. Nair, president, Ayroor-Cherukolpuzha Hindumatha Maha Mandalam (HMM), presided over the function.
Prajnananda Theerthapadar, head, Vazhoor Theerthapadashram, spoke on the occasion. The meeting registered condolences on the demise of Swamy Nithyananda and singer Lata Mangeshkar.
Kerala High Court judge N. Nagaresh, who delivered the keynote address, said that Hinduism had multiple interpretations. “A religion needs a book and follows an Acharya Samhita. Hindu is not a religion in that sense as Hindu does not have a book. Any believer can be a true Hindu’,‘ he said.
According to him, the world is looking up to India for finding a solution to the many challenges, including religious extremism .
Earlier in the day, Mr. Nair hoisted the flag at the event venue at a function attended by Swami Prajnananda.
Hindumatha Maha Mandalam (Cherukolpuzha Hindu religious meet) has been working for the solidarity of Hindus in southern region of Kerala over last 100 years and spreading the traditional Hindu culture to the generations after generations.
__Inputs from The Hindu.