Top
Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

Theosophists� meet concludes

By Staff Reporter
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Whatsapp
  • Telegram
  • Linkedin
  • Print
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Whatsapp
  • Telegram
  • Linkedin
  • Print
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Whatsapp
  • Telegram
  • Linkedin
  • Print

GUWAHATI, April 3 - The two-day eastern zonal conference of the Theosophical Federation of India (TFI) and the Theosophical Order of Service (TOS), hosted by the Assam Theosophical Federation, concluded this evening with the concluding session presided over by the national director of TOS, BL Bhattacharjee.

Anil Kumar Baruah, general secretary, Assam Theosophical Federation and Assam TOS, while welcoming the guests, explained the achievements of the Theosophical Federation in carrying the message of brotherhood of mankind and unity of religion among different sections of people in the region.

S Sundaram, general secretary of TFI, spoke at length on the theosophical life in harmony with Nature. Manju Sundaram, senior theosophist and musician, in her speech, spoke about the duty and significance of love with several instances of compassionate people trying to wipe out tears from the eyes of distressed people.

Presiding over the discussion on theosophical life in harmony with Nature, Nagen Chandra Dutta, senior theosophist and retired bureaucrat, explained the necessity of establishing a closer harmony between Man and Nature. He said Man�s wanton depredation of Nature would bring a trail of disaster to humanity itself.

Bimal Kumar Hazarika, while initiating the subject, said that mankind, the best creation of God, depends fully on plants and animals and rivers and oceans for their own mortal existence.

DN Chakravartty, in his speech, said that humanity would bring its own doom unless it is concerned about the beauty, majesty and utility of Nature represented both by plants and the animal kingdom.

Chandana Nandy from West Bengal, Nazmal Hasan Raju and Zubeida Parveen from Bangladesh and MK Sinha from Bihar also spoke. Arunima Baruah offered the vote of thanks.

The cultural programme, held under the direction of Nilima Das, was inaugurated by Manju Sundaram and attended by a distinguished audience.

More in Entertainment
Next Story
Similar Posts
Theosophists� meet concludes

GUWAHATI, April 3 - The two-day eastern zonal conference of the Theosophical Federation of India (TFI) and the Theosophical Order of Service (TOS), hosted by the Assam Theosophical Federation, concluded this evening with the concluding session presided over by the national director of TOS, BL Bhattacharjee.

Anil Kumar Baruah, general secretary, Assam Theosophical Federation and Assam TOS, while welcoming the guests, explained the achievements of the Theosophical Federation in carrying the message of brotherhood of mankind and unity of religion among different sections of people in the region.

S Sundaram, general secretary of TFI, spoke at length on the theosophical life in harmony with Nature. Manju Sundaram, senior theosophist and musician, in her speech, spoke about the duty and significance of love with several instances of compassionate people trying to wipe out tears from the eyes of distressed people.

Presiding over the discussion on theosophical life in harmony with Nature, Nagen Chandra Dutta, senior theosophist and retired bureaucrat, explained the necessity of establishing a closer harmony between Man and Nature. He said Man�s wanton depredation of Nature would bring a trail of disaster to humanity itself.

Bimal Kumar Hazarika, while initiating the subject, said that mankind, the best creation of God, depends fully on plants and animals and rivers and oceans for their own mortal existence.

DN Chakravartty, in his speech, said that humanity would bring its own doom unless it is concerned about the beauty, majesty and utility of Nature represented both by plants and the animal kingdom.

Chandana Nandy from West Bengal, Nazmal Hasan Raju and Zubeida Parveen from Bangladesh and MK Sinha from Bihar also spoke. Arunima Baruah offered the vote of thanks.

The cultural programme, held under the direction of Nilima Das, was inaugurated by Manju Sundaram and attended by a distinguished audience.

More in Entertainment
Similar Posts