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Kollam (Kerala), Nov 28 – Spiritual leader Mata Amritanandamayi Devi has emphasized the pivotal role of Dharma in fostering goodness and prosperity in society and urged individuals to adhere to their dharma and duty for the collective well-being of humanity.

Addressing the World Hindu Congress 2023 concluded in Bangkok, she stressed the importance of love, selfless service, and the ethical laws governing society and called for a global order rooted in these principles.

The three-day event concluded on November 26 witnessed a convergence of over 2000 delegates from 61 countries, engaging in 47 sessions that explored the timeless values of Hindu Dharma, a release from her Ashram said here on Tuesday.

Addressing the Congress, she highlighted the interconnectedness of human beings and nature, emphasizing the restoration of Dharma as a solution to save the world.

Expressing concerns about the diminishing wellspring of love in today’s world, she asserted that being firmly established in Dharma is the way forward.

Reminding Hindu Dharma’s unique acceptance of diverse paths to truth, she compared Dharma to a mother and urged everyone to embrace the expansive and inclusive lap of Bharat Mata, emphasizing that no one should be rejected from her embrace.

The World Hindu Congress 2023 witnessed key announcements on the concluding day, including plans for the World Hindu Economic Forum 2024 in Mumbai and the World Hindu Congress 2026 in Mumbai.

A one-minute silence was observed to pay tribute to the victims of the 26/11 terror attack on Mumbai before the concluding session.

Prominent figures such as Dattatreya Hosabale, General Secretary of the RSS, and Swami Vigyananand, Founder and Global Chairman of the World Hindu Foundation, participated in the concluding conference, delving into the challenges and opportunities facing Hindu society.

The event also featured contributions from Madhu Pandit Dasa, Chairman of Akshaya Patra, and Vipul Shah, Film Producer, among others.

The World Hindu Congress 2023 concluded with a sense of unity, inspiration, and a renewed commitment to the timeless values of Hindu Dharma, it added.