A Roundtable on Kumbh Sandesh
20-01-2021 Wed 20:52
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Lakshmi Narayana spoke on this occassion saying a great and profound culture is needed to carry out the day to day operations of the nation smoothly. He said that, they would always extend their support for Kumbh Sandesh whenever needed. JD suggested that, Kumbh Sandesh must be known to everyone through Zoom app. Then, ediot and publisher Bharateeyam Satyavani spoke in this regard. She said that Kumbh Sandesh must be a main stage for bringing up the Indian knowledge and talent which is being neglected. She added that Corona, which shook the whole world has been effectively controlled by India without much loss of lives and this was possible because of Indian way of treatment and food restrictions.
So, all the world nations have recognised the Indian culture and greatness of India. They praised that India is like a temple for the whole world. She demanded that, like Yoga day, a day should be dedicated to Vedas by the Central Government. Every speaker said that Kumbh Sandesh is the heart beat of common men. Delhi Vasanth, Founder of G-CoT, told that all these programs are organised with the inspiration of Ravindra Sharma. Korivi Vinay Kumar, a socialist, is appointed as the convenor for this Kumbh Sandesh.
Padmasri Dr Dasari Prasada Rao, a representative from Impact Foundation Gampa Nageswara Rao, Narayana Jignasa of Nizamabad, Nagaratnam Naidu, G-CoT manager Ram Reddy, Sravan Kumar, Kameswara Raju, Dr. Pasam Prasad and others participated in this conference.
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