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Seminar: Seven Stars of Hinduism

Vichar Manthan
Saturday 31st March 2012 – 1:45pm – 3:00pm
Hindu Sahitya Kendra
46-48 Loughborough Road,
Leicester, LE4 5LD

A talk by Dileep Thatte

Seven Stars of Hinduism is an interactive, informative and enjoyable power-point presentation and discussion of Hinduism. Originally written for the youth who have grown up outside of India, it has significant appeal for adults who are students of the religion and would want to know or revisit the core beliefs.

The session will present the core beliefs of Hinduism and discusses how the concepts relate to everyday life. At the end of the session, everyone should be well versed in the core beliefs and be able to explain these beliefs to their friends and colleagues. This program will be presented in English.


About the Speaker
Dileep Thatte was born and raised in India. An alumnus of IIM, Ahmedabad, he has a Master’s in Chemical Engineering and an MBA. He has been a senior executive for major global corporations. He has presented papers at International Conferences in the USA and Canada on the subjects of International Business, Water Treatment and Pollution Control. He currently works at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD, USA. An ardent student of Hinduism, he has also een involved in teaching Indian languages (Hindi & Marathi), Culture, and History to youth in USA and Canada. Mr. Thatte has represented Hinduism at the Parliament of Religions held in Melbourne, Australia and participated in Multi-faith discussions. Mr. Thatte has made over 90 presentations of “Seven Stars of Hinduism©” across the world in the USA, Canada, Australia, India and Europe at universities, cultural associations, temples, churches and interfaith gatherings. Mr. Thatte’s public speaking experience, his enthusiasm for this subject and his ability to relate to audiences of all ages has made him a popular teacher and presenter.

This talk is organised by Vichar Manthan, this event is listed on the Jigyasa blog solely as a useful sources of information. Inclusion of this event does not imply endorsement of any kind. We are not responsible for their quality, content and philosophical stance.


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