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Birmingham Pragati Mandal

Birmingham Pragati Mandal

From the banks of the Ganges to the cities of the UK, North America and Europe this ancient faith is on the move. The future of Hinduism – in its intellectual, political, artistic and cultural facets – has an increasingly globalised manifestation. We need to address these developments as part of our responsibility to shape the world in which we live. In addressing the Frontiers of Hinduism, for the sake of the next generation, we need to journey in the wisdom teachings to retrieve those essential insights that will guide their (young generation) response to significant contemporary challenges.

We need to ask what are the ideas, people and politics shaping the future of Hinduism in India and the diaspora? Hinduism is the oldest surviving religion, currently followed by over a billion people in the world, with a universal appeal that is too difficult to ignore. To understand the future of Hinduism, we have to understand its strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities.

Hinduism can become a dominant and vibrant religion of the world.

We acknowledge and celebrate our achievements for BPM with continuous progress that speaks volumes for the unwavering professionalism and commitment of the Executive, Team leaders & the members of their wider team and not least the Management Committee.   Having laid a strong and stable organisational structure, BPM is now well placed to build on its past and present achievements. The Board is delighted to pay tribute to their energy, enthusiasm and success in providing what our members have said they recognise as high levels of cultural and religious services. This report is one way of thanking everyone! The Board has to undertake fiduciary (guardian) responsibilities of all that BPM does, but its main focus this year has been the recruitment and appointment of experienced leaders resulting in the well organised and day to day management of BPM. These include for instance special projects undertaken such as the refurbishment programme (led by Shree Kishorbhai D Parmar – Vice President), the outstanding success of the History and Heritage Day (H&H Day) organised by the H&H Day Planning Group, (in particular, we pay tribute to Shree Kishorbhai V Solanki for his imaginative creation of the history of the Mochi Community and Shree Jayantibhai A Surti for researching and writing the history ‘The Journey’, the raising of substantial amount of monies for various charities and the very generous donations towards the BPM Building project Fund by our samaj, individuals and their families.

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History Of The Birmingham Pragati Mandal

Shree Krishna Temple, which was founded in 1994 is the heart of BPM. Although it serves the purpose for Hindu Community in Birmingham, it invites all other ethnic groups to join them to celebrate cultural functions and social events.

They acknowledge and celebrate their achievements for BPM with continuous progress that speaks volumes for the unwavering professionalism and commitment of the Executive, Team leaders & the members of their wider team and not least the Management Committee.   Having laid a strong and stable organisational structure, BPM is now well placed to build on its past and present achievements. The Board is delighted to pay tribute to their energy, enthusiasm and success in providing what their members have said they recognise as high levels of cultural and religious services. This report is one way of thanking everyone!The Board has to undertake fiduciary (guardian) responsibilities of all that BPM does, but its main focus this year has been the recruitment and appointment of experienced leaders resulting in the well organised and day to day management of BPM. These include for instance special projects undertaken such as the refurbishment programme (led by Shree Kishorbhai D Parmar – Vice President), the outstanding success of the History and Heritage Day (H&H Day) organised by the H&H Day Planning Group, (in particular, we pay tribute to Shree Kishorbhai V Solanki for his imaginative creation of the history of the Mochi Community and Shree Jayantibhai A Surti for researching and writing the history ‘The Journey’, the raising of substantial amount of monies for various charities and the very generous donations towards the BPM Building project Fund by our samaj, individuals and their families.

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