Hindu Spiritual and Service Foundation conceived the idea of holding Hindu Spiritual and Service Fairs to (a) emphasize and revalidate the concept of service in the Hindu tradition, as the way “to Attain Moksha” [‘Athmano Moksharthom Jagot Hitoya Cha”] and (b) showcase the multifarious service activities undertaken by Hindu spiritual and service organisations, big and small, at local, national and global levels, so as to give a true picture of the huge institutionalized services rendered by Hindu organisations, including spiritual and community organisations.
In the fairs, individual organisations are provided with stalls depending on their need and size, from which they exhibit their various service activities and also explain to the visitors their objectives and goals. In the Main Hall of the Fair, panels individual organisations and the services rendered by them is displayed, along with a panel showing consolidated data of the activities of all the participating organisations. Another important aspect of the Fair is that, it not only showcases current activities of Hindu spiritual and service organisations but also encourages them to undertake more and more service activities.
Date : 14-18, December 2016
Place : National College Grounds, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru