KUALA LUMPUR: Three leading Hindu gurus from three different continents will come together for the first time to address a Hindu Renaissance public forum at the Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall here at 8.30am on Sunday.
The three from Africa, North America and Asia are Swami Ghananandaji, Satguru Bodhinath and Veylan Swami Vigyanandji respectively.
Malaysian Hindu Sangam president A. Vaithilingam said that they were bringing the three highly respected experts in Hinduism to chart out a dynamic action plan for the direction of Hindus in the country.
We want Hindus to help other Hindus so that the nation can prosper with more educated people.
This is a small way for us to contribute to nation building, he said.
He added that the meeting of minds was not meant to be a talk shop but designed to take Hinduism into the new millennium.
Globally, the Hindus have different problems. Looking at the various challenges we are facing, both locally and globally, we want to exchange views, he said.