The Canadian Museum of Indian Civilization (CMIC) is North America’s first museum dedicated to showcasing the dynamic aspects of Hinduism, chronicling its birth, evolution and integration into many world cultures.
Continuing its relentless efforts for the benefit of mankind Voice of the Vedas Cultural Sabha Inc. had launched Global Care Outreach Program in 2011. This program conceptualized and successfully launched the Doobay Renal Center in Guyana.
The Bal-Vihaar program at the Vishnu Mandir is based on Purna Vidya by Pujya Swami Dayananda’s Saraswati. The program provides a voluminous resource of learning and assimilating the basic concepts of living in a regular, systematic weekly program.
Allow students to have an appreciation for, and an exposure to the music and dance of the Indian Culture. Train students in the classical art form of Kathak dancing giving them an opportunity to pursue this aspect of the culture to a very high level in the academy.
Vishnu Mandir’s Lakshmi Sabha is a dynamic group of women united to work towards the enrichment of women, children and seniors in the South Asian community. In many different capacities, it has existed since the Temple’s inception in 1977.
Hinduism believes that the departed souls are reborn sooner or later. There’s no way of knowing when it was reborn. Yet rituals are continued to be performed for the peace of the souls. Since Hinduism believes this, then why is puja performed for generations for ancestors?
Does no one want to educate people about this? The new generation asks questions. What is the answer to this question?