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Vishva Hindu Parishad of Australia Inc.

Quarterly Newsletter from Australia

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Message from our National President

I am delighted to present you with our second newsletter for Australia in its new look.

Prama is a Sanskrit name which refers to true knowledge and was annointed as the name
of our newsletter by Joint General Secretary of VHP Swami Vigyananand ji. .
Prama also refers to knowledge, true knowledge and knowledge of truth. Prama finds
reference in Mahabharata, Arthav Veda and Sushrut (सुश्रुत) where it means to measure,
mete out or estimate. This name is also found in Rig Veda where it is used for arrange,
create, to form or to make ready. Prama is mentioned in Harivansh, Hitopdesh, Maitri-
Upanishad where it signifies correct knowledge or understanding.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers and community members
who make Vishva Hindu Parishad a successful community organisation. Our volunteers
have been working tirelessly since 1996 to bring the community together for the
common purpose of protecting, propagating, nurturing the principles of Sanatan Dharma
within our communities and most importantly our children. Our volunteers not only serve
the Hindu community but also contribute to the country as well.
Finally I would like to wish all VHP schools and divisions all the very best as they work
towards the end of another successful calendar year and I look forward to seeing you all
build many more successes throughout 2017.
Shri Subramanian Ramamoorthti, JP
National President
रथस्यैकं चक्रं भुजग-यमर्ताः सप्त तुरगाः, तनरालम्बो र्ागमश्चरण-रहहतः सारथथरपप |
रपवगमच्छ्यन्तं प्रततहदनर्पारस्य नभसः, क्रक्रया-मसपद्धः स््वे भवतत र्हतां नोपकरणे ||
His chariot has just one wheel. The seven horses are reined in by serpents. The path (sky)
is without a support. Even his charioteer (Arun) is without legs. Yet the Sun travels everyday
to the end of the infinite sky...