“World Hindu Economic Forum 2014” will be held in Durban on July 19-20.
Four hundred delegates from all over the world representing various sectors of industry and business are expected to attend this Forum, whose primary theme is “Making Africa Prosperous”.
Various topics to be discussed at this Forum include business networking, business strategy, Hindu principles for wealth creation, empowerment of Hindu women in business, etc. Participants will include leaders, industry captains, practitioners, experts, academics, top executives, managers, professionals and decision makers. Speakers represent a wide array of business, government and industry areas.
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, congratulated the organizers for their efforts to bring further prosperity to the worldwide Hindu community and Africa through a Forum of experts from around the world.
Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, urged each delegate at this Forum to take a vow of undertaking at least one charitable project during this year for less fortunate members of the community. Quoting scriptures, Zed stressed that charity was a duty, which should be undertaken with sympathy and modesty.
The aim of the World Hindu Economic Forum is to “make society prosperous through the generation and sharing of surplus wealth”.
According to Dr. Ragnish B. Singh, one of the organizers, “We are hosting the World Hindu Economic Forum for the first time in Southern Africa”.