“Anubhava” – An Inaugural Conference for Hindu Young Professionals – Saturday, July 30, 2016
The Council of Hindu Temples of North America **(CHTNA) announces “Anubhava”
The objective of Anubhava is to project, praise and develop our temples, so they could flourish under our future leadership.
Discover the evolution and relevance of Hinduism in today’s modern world.
Anubhava is a free conference for young professionals by young professionals featuring:
Keynote Speakers, Peer-led Panels, and Workshops
Goal: To promote the engagement of Hindu young professionals within the Temple community as volunteers, advocates, and future leaders.
Anubhava is an inaugural conference organized by the CHTNA and hosted by The Hindu Temple Society of North America.
Just a few weeks away is “Anubhava” – the Young Professionals Conference to project, praise and develop our Temples, so they could continue to flourish under our future leadership.
The rituals performed at our Temple have engaged youngsters to not only dive into the roots of Hinduism but also, advocate the essential aspects of the world’s oldest religion. This feeling of being one with God while also being part of a larger community is a unique Anubhava – the personal knowledge, experience or intuition – something that can be experienced at our temple.
So join us on July 30, 2016 (Saturday) to discuss ways on how we can continue the grand legacy of our Temples!
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Registration is Free: http://nextgen.chtna.org
For more information about the Anubhava Conference, see flyer below or contact the Temple at: (718) 460 8484 extn 112.
Saturday, July 30th, 2016 (9:00 AM – 6:00 PM)
For more information, please contact:
NY Ganesh Temple: (718) 460 8484 (ext. 103)
Dr. Krishna Rao: (217) 414 9747
Abiramy: (917) 225 9875 or
Ravali: (347) 233 0780
**The Council of Hindu Temples of North America (CHTNA), is an association of Hindu Temples, is a registered 501(c)(3), non-profit Hindu organization, established in 1984 and incorporated in the State of New York in 1986. It is governed by nine Temples as Board of Directors and has its Secretariat at the Hindu Temple Society of North America, NY. The primary objective of the Council is to unite all the Temples under a common banner including the official representation of all the Temples to speak on subjects and concerns affecting Hindu Temples, religion and culture. The Council of Hindu Temples of North America meets annually in one of the Temples.