London July 31, 2016: Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh’s 3-day a mega residential camp Sanskriti Maha Shibir–2016, which began on Friday July 29 2016, was concluded on Sunday evening at Hertfordshire County Show Ground, near Luton, London. 2200 delegates from different parts of Europe participated in this unique camp held to mark the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS) in UK.
RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat addressed the valedictory ceremony.
Mohan Bhagwat addressed on the aspects of Hinduism which believed in the principle of Vasudeva Kutumbakam (the world is one family). “In a diverse world, every culture has to be respected and when all cultures are respected, the world will flourish,” the RSS Sarasanghachalak said.
“Hinduism as a way of life. it is more inclusive and not exclusive. Hinduism has answers to the question ‘should environment be compromised because of development'” said Mohan Bhagwat.
On July 29, RSS Sarasanghachalak Mohan Bhagwat inaugurated the 3-day Sanskriti Mahashivir-2016 at London. RSS Sahsarakaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale, Dr Ram Vaidya of HSS UK Unit, other senior functionaries were present during the inaugural. Nearly 2400 delegates of Europe are participating in this Sanskriti Mahashibir-2016.
The theme of this historic gathering is Sanskaar (values of life), Sewa (selfless service) and Sangathan (community spirit).
The Deputy Mayor of London for Business, Mr Rajesh Agrawal, attended a breakfast meeting with top business leaders and HSS UK on Friday.
An exhibition displaying the numerous achievements of HSS UK in the past 50 years is a special attraction at the event.
RSS inspired socio-cultural organisation HSS – UK which started its activities in 1966 in UK. HSS is involved in Charity , Spiritual activities and many other Social activities which is always an inspiration for all.
In earlier years, HSS has got appreciation from PM Margaret Thacher to PM David Cameroon for its immense contribution in fostering the message of Universal Brotherhood (Vasudhaiva Kudumbakam) through social works and spiritual activities inspired from Sanathana Dharma. Details available in www.hssuk.org