Manchester Hosts an Evening of Indian Culture

Indian Sikh pilgrims wave as they arrive at the Wagah railway station in Lahore, eastern Pakistan, April 12, 2016. About 460 Indian Sikh pilgrims arrived in Pakistan for Baisakhi's celebrations, the Sikh New Year, at the Sikh Shrine of Gurudwara Panja Sahib and Nankana Sahib, the birthplace of Sikh faith founder Guru Nanak Dev.

Gita Bhavan Manchester is all set to host ‘Vichar Manthan’ . . . . Reports Asian Lite News

Gita Bhavan in Manchester gears up for a series of talks for the Indians and Indian communities in the UK. These talks would be held in the evening followed by a dinner afterwards. Various Hindu organisations across the city have also supported this endeavour. The first talk of the series would be taking place on the 14th of May (Saturday) at 7:30 pm followed by dinner at 9:00 pm.

The topic of the talk would be ‘Hindu Values in a Modern 21st Century Britain’. It is a well-known fact that the Hindu civilisation is almost a thousand years old. In fact, more than a civilisation, Hinduism has become a way of living life with its ancient and deep rooted cultures and virtues. The aim of the talk would be to re-discover the importance of those values and how they would help mankind in modern societies.

The Speaker for the evening would be Mr Sachin Nandha, who is the coordinator for the Vichar Manthan series in the UK.