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Baba Ramdev inaugrates the 8th edition of the Hindu Spiritual and Service Fair

The Chairman of TVS Capital Funds, Gopal Srinivasan claimed that 40 percent of the Indian houses contributed money for the cause regardless of their financial status

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  • During the six-day fair, more than 400 spiritual organisations will display their work, elucidate services provided by them
  • The fair is mutually organised by the Initiative for Moral and Cultural Training Foundation (IMCTF) and Hindu Spiritual and Service Foundation (HSSF)
  • The Chairman of TVS Capital Funds, Gopal Srinivasan claimed that 40 percent of the Indian houses contributed money for the cause regardless of their financial status

CHENNAI: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev inaugurated the eighth edition of the Hindu Spiritual and Service Fair in the presence of Sikh and Buddhist scholars, on AM Jain college ground on August 1. The fair is opened for public from Wednesday, August 3.

During the six-day fair, more than 400 spiritual organisations will display their work, elucidate services provided by them and will spread the message on the importance of preserving ecology, conserving forest, protecting wildlife, establishing a sustainable environment, promoting family and human values, fostering women’s honour and inculcating patriotism. The fair is mutually organised by the Initiative for Moral and Cultural Training Foundation (IMCTF) and Hindu Spiritual and Service Foundation (HSSF).

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According to Indian Express, Baba Ramdev said: “Since service is in our blood , we do not need to learn from it from anyone else.”

The Chairman of TVS Capital Funds, Gopal Srinivasan claimed that 40 percent of the Indian houses contributed money for the cause regardless of their financial status.

Bounded by Giani Igbal Singh, a Sikh scholar, Ghese Nawag Samten, a Buddhist scholar, and Veerendra Heggade, a philanthropist, Ramdev stated that there is no is discrimination in our society. He further stated that human body was based on Varnasama dharma, he compared it to the society, saying no matter where the wound was inflicted, it hurt the entire body.”

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Ramdev also said the Hinduism was all about co-existence and we respect every everyone, no matter to which religion they belong.

“Hinduism is not a narrow religion. The ethos, tenets, and culture of Hinduism are the way of life in India,” he said. And further added the advantages of Yoga saying that “Yoga helps one to live a stress-free, drug-free and violence-free life.”

–  prepared by Akanksha Sharma of NewsGram. Twitter: Akanksha4117

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  • Maria Wirth

    Since I saw his speech on Astha TV, just two correction which IE may have consciously overlooked. Baba Ramdev said that people say we should learn charity from Christianity. But Hindus don’t need to learn from anyone, rather others should learn from us… because Hindus don’t change the religions of those to whom they give charity…
    He further said that Hindus don’t give apmaan to other religions, but we are proud of our most ancient parampara.

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  • Maria Wirth

    Since I saw his speech on Astha TV, just two correction which IE may have consciously overlooked. Baba Ramdev said that people say we should learn charity from Christianity. But Hindus don’t need to learn from anyone, rather others should learn from us… because Hindus don’t change the religions of those to whom they give charity…
    He further said that Hindus don’t give apmaan to other religions, but we are proud of our most ancient parampara.

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“I reported the vulnerability to the Facebook security team and they were unable to reproduce it initially due to lack of information in my report. After a few email and proof of concept video, I could convince them the attack is feasible,” Muthiyah wrote in a blog post this week.

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“In case any of your accounts do get taken over, familiarise yourself with the process you’d follow to win them back. In particular, if there are documents or usage history that might help your case, get them ready before you get hacked, not afterwards,” Ducklin said in a statement.

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