Arya Maha Sammelan

The annual Arya Maha Sammelan, brings together delegates, youth participants, Vedic Scholars, Yoga experts, speakers, and presenters from around the world.

The 28th Arya Maha Sammelan will be held on July 19-22, 2018 at Century Center Marriott, Atlanta, Georgia.  More details and conference information will be available soon. Online Registration on opens on February 15th 2018.

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Humans have remained basically the same whether in ancient or modern times even though life’s theme may change. The absolute truth, however, remains unchanging, irrespective of time, geography, and circumstance. The reality of this truth is to be told to each and every generation. The purpose of this conference is to bring that eternal absolute truth to the forefront of every person so that the lives of everyone can improve and peace and progress can prevail.  

To this end, this Vedic Conference will delve upon the value of Vedic Teachings in daily life and how it can help solve the above mentioned problems. Vedic & Sanskrit scholars from different parts of the world would assemble here to give their presentations on the subject. The conference would be attended by around 250 delegates/representatives of various Vedic organizations from North America/India/Nepal/Guyana/Mauritius. Some of the invited dignitaries are-

  • Dr. Satya Pal Singh, Hon. Minister of State, Govt. Of India
  • His Excelency, Acharya Devvrat, Governor of Himachal Pradesh, India

The message of Vedas is universal and is for mankind and so is this conference. It’s not limited to any particular set of people or religion, rather it’s open to everyone, who want to become noble as the motto of Vedas is – Make the universe a noble society.

Further details are available at http://aryasamaj.com/ams Please write to mahasammelan@gmail.com with questions.

Registrations open on Feb 15th, 2018. Please like our facebook page for frequent updates.  We look forward to have you in the Mahasammelan.