International Shakdwipiya Brahman Conference - 2014

International Shakdwipiya Brahman Conference - 2014

 

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About The Event

International Shakdwipiya Brahman Conference - 2014

 

 

AIM

To organize an International event as part of Centenary Celebration of Nikhil Shakdweepiya Brahmin Mahasangh in the year 2014


OBJECTIVES

1. To unify all the regional bodies of Shakdweepiya Brahmins under the Umbrella of NSBM

2. To instill pride in belonging to Shakdweepiya Brahmin community amongst the youth

3. To publish an book documenting culture and history of Shakdweepiya Brahmins

4. To publish a directory of Shakdweepiya Brahmins 

5. To honour doyens of the community

6. To facilitate marriage of marriageable youth from Shakdweepiya Brahmin community

7. To increase educational/job opportunities for the youth of the community

8. To make Shakdweepiya Brahmins a cohesive political force and thus work towards its political emancipation

9. To increase awareness about the community amongst the general population

SCOPE

All the areas of the world where members of Shakdweepiya Brahmin community are known to reside including megaclusters of Bihar, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

LOCATION

Surajkund (literal meaning is 'Lake of the Sun') is an artificial Kund (‘Kund’ means “lake” or reservoir) built in the backdrop of the Aravalli hills with an amphitheatre shaped embankment constructed in semicircular form. It is said to have been built by the Tomar king Suraj Pal of Tomar dynasty in the 10th century. Tomar was a sun worshipper and he had therefore built a Sun temple on its western bank


In the backdrop of the lake, during the spring season, every year from February 1–15, a colorful traditional craft festival of India is held in the precincts of Surajkund. 


It is 8 kilometres by road from South Delhi and 20 kilometres from the heart of the New Delhi city. It is well connected to all parts of the city. The nearest airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport, 25 km away. The nearest railway stations are the New Delhi Railway Station and the Nizamuddin Railway Station, 22 kilometres and 21 kilometres respectively by road. It is also approached by road and rail from Faridabad (headquarters of the district) and Gurgaon cities


Thus , Surajkund holds cultural attraction for the Shakdweepiya Brahmin Community because of its association with the Shakdweepiya Brahmin Community. It is easily approachable from Delhi which has more or less equal ease of reach from all major Shakdweepiya Brahmin centres. However, in terms of cost even though with advantage of proximity with Delhi it can be more easy on our conference budget.
    
TIME

22-23 Feb, 2014