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Theme of conference:
India is the land of sages, mystics, yogis, philosophers, educators, scientists and professionals invarious branches of knowledge. Her culture, which is the heritage and legacy of all these great people, isimmortal and eternal. We Indians in particular and Orientals in general, believe that we have richtraditions, enriched customs, and rational habits. But rest of the world believes that we aresuperstitious, gullible, impoverished, sadistic, ignorant barbarians ready to be cultivated in to civilizedpopulations in third millennium.India is the cradle of Human civilization and a temple of all religions-a true religiously tolerant
secular country in sprit even before the word “secularism” was incorporated into the preamble of the
itution by the visionaries’,
founding fathers, of this country after independence from theoppressive rule of British East India Company. India not only is the place where major religionsHinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism evolved but also the only savior and guardian angel for millions of human beings belonging to persecuted faiths like Judaism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, and variouspersecuted branches of Islamic faith namely Ahamadiya, Bahai, and Agakhani to live and practice theirreligion and prosper in harmony and peace. Today, in the name of modernism and for necessity of globalism, India, her tolerance, her customs, her faiths her values and finally her integrity as sovereignnation are questioned by the vested interest groups. East India Companies turned Multinationalcorporations whose sole objective is economic dominance of the world, by spreading ethical, moral,social, political, spiritual decadence and destroying social order and erasing national boundaries forsheer greed and aggrandizement of personal wealth.Are we really superstitious in our traditions? Are our customs, habits, traditions stemmed fromthe ignorance of barbarians? Are our ideals, values, thoughts, ideas retrograde? Is the faith andconvictions of our ancestors in the upright moral ethical culture noteworthy of any consideration? Arethe teachings of all great sages, gurus a personal perverted scheme for aggrandizement of wealth? Is thesimple living preached and practiced by many of us economic impoverishment? Is the secular teachingof freedom of sprit and religion given to us stemmed out of ignorance?Most of the explanations provided by many scholars, social scientists, behavioral scientists, andnationalists created more questions than answers, more laughter than thought, more a feeling of suspicion and fictitiousness than reason and logic.Today, however, many Indians, carrying the torch of our Indian cultural heritage are makingserious efforts and progress towards constructively dealing with all the above issues. Many native Indianscholars are also working in this area. Throughout the western world unknown to many of us Indians,the same attitude is carried though not to praise India but to seek ways to dominate her by attemptingto destroy her cultural values in India itself. The pioneering countries in such field are South Africa, manycountries in South America, Germany, Australia, U.S.A and U.K. Hong Kong, Russia, Serbia and Japan.In many cases, the research is either not concertedly pursued or disengaged midstream due tolack of encouragement, guidance, funding, direction, and partly also due to the discouragement from

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