The deputy. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau offers greetings to those attending KAILASA’s Hindu Heritage Month celebration

On the occasion of this celebration of Hinduism, SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam addressed Hindus in Canada reminding them of the need to preserve Hindu heritage.

The great story of the Hindu ecosystem and the message of Hindu Heritage Month; we Hindus embrace, enrich, empower and enlighten because of the strength of the Hindu ecosystem. “

– SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam

MONTCLAIR, California, United States, November 28, 2021 / – November is Hindu Heritage Month, as recognized by the Canadian government in Ontario, under Bill 56. As such auspicious occasion, KAILASA Canada, under the blessings and auspices of the Sovereign Pontiff of Hinduism Jagatguru Mahasannidhanam His Divine Holiness Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam (The SPH), organized a major event to raise awareness of the importance and immense lasting contributions of ecosystems peace loving Hindus across Canada and the world.

The Right Honorable Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, sent his personal letter of greetings which sent his warmest greetings to KAILASA Canada’s celebration of Hindu Heritage Month.

Many other prominent representatives of the Canadian government, including Senators, Members of Parliament, Members of the Legislative Assembly (MEA) and a host of mayors, Hindu community leaders and Hindu youth, shared their thoughts and appreciation. for the Hindu community, KAILASA Canada, and for the Sovereign Pontiff of Hinduism Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam, highlighting their immense contributions and the relevance of Hindus and the Hindu ecosystem, an integral part of Canadian society and its multicultural heritage.

Live roundtable VIPs included:
1. The Honorable Salma Zahid, MP, Scarborough Center, Ontario
2. His Worship Rob Burton, Mayor of Oakville, Ontario
3. His Worship Mike Hurley, Mayor of Burnaby, British Columbia
4. His Worship Mitchell, Mayor of Whitby, Ontario
5.The Honorable Leo Housakos, Senator appointed President of the Senator, Quebec
6. The Honorable Tony Loffreda, Senator, Quebec
7. Deputy Mayor Cheryl Stadnichuk, Minister of Sport, Culture and Heritage, Regina, Saskatchewan, on behalf of Her Worship Sandra Masters, Mayor of Regina, Saskatchewan
8 MP Andrew Smith, Legislative Assistant to the Honorable Cathy Cox, Minister of Sport, Culture and Heritage, Manitoba, on behalf of the Honorable Heather Stefanson, Premier of Manitoba
9.Mrs. Rebecca Haskell-Thomas, MA, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coordinator, Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario, on behalf of His Worship Darrin Canniff, Mayor of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Ontario
10. Councilor Mike Cluett, on behalf of His Worship Gordon Krantz, Mayor of Milton, Ontario
11.Mrs. Cécile LePage, Manager in the Arts and Culture Branch, Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, for the Government of New Brunswick, on behalf of the Honorable Minister Tammy Scott-Wallace, PC , Minister of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, Lincoln, New Brunswick
12.Uthayan Thurairajah, Associate Professor at Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario
13.Ananda Gauranga Dasa, president of GTA ISKCON centers

SPH Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramashivam received 27 letters and videos of greetings showing his support and gratitude to SPH and the Hindu community for the important role Hindus have played in “building multi-story successes”, making the community “ the best place to live, work, and raise families ”, and for the multitude of humanitarian initiatives led by KAILASA and the SPH.

Letters and videos of greetings have been received from:
1. The Right Honorable Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, PC, MP,
2. The Honorable Member of Parliament and Minister Mary NG, International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, Markham-Thornhill, Ontario
3. The Honorable Anita Anand, MP, Oakville, Ontario
4. The Honorable Tim Uppal, MP, Edmonton Mill Woods, British Columbia
5. The Honorable Chandra Arya, MP, Nepean, ON
6. The Honorable Anju Dhillon, MP, Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle, QC
7. Honorable Premier Andrew Furey, Newfoundland and Labrador
8. His Worship John Tory, Mayor of Toronto, ON
9. His Worship Adrian Foster, Mayor of the Municipality of Clarington, Ontario
10. His Worship Frank Scarpitti, Mayor of Markham, Ontario
11. Her Worship Bonnie Crombie, Mayor of Mississauga, Ontario
12. His Worship Walter Sendzik, Mayor of St-Catharines, Ontario
13. His Worship Maurizio Bevilacqua, PC, Mayor of Vaughan, Ontario
14. Her Worship Marianne Meed Ward, Mayor of Burlington, Ontario
15. Her Worship Kathryn McGarry, Mayor of Cambridge, Ontario
16. His Worship Ed Holder, Mayor of London, Ontario
17. His Worship James Watson, Mayor of Ottawa, Ontario
18. His Worship Dave Ryan, Mayor of Pickering, Ontario
19. His Worship Berry Vrbanovich, Mayor of Kitchener, Ontario
20. His Worship Ken Johnston, Mayor of Red Deer, Alberta
21. His Worship Jyoti Gondek, Mayor of Calgary, Alberta
22. His Worship Amarjeet Sohi, Mayor of Edmonton, Alberta
23. His Worship Bryan Bowman, Mayor of Winnipeg, Manitoba
24. His Worship Doug McCallum, Mayor of Surrey, British Columbia
25. His Worship Danny Breen, Mayor of St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador
26. The Honorable Victor Oh, Senator for Ontario (Mississauga)
27. The Honorable Pierrette Ringuette, Senator from New Brunswick
28. Councilor Paul Ainslie, Scarborough-Guildwood, Ontario

The event culminated with a live speech by SPH Bhagavan Nithyananda Paramshivam on this celebration of Hindu Heritage Month. The SPH began the speech by expressing its “heartfelt condolences to all Hindus who have been killed in the conflicts in Sri Lanka. Many Hindus have lost their lives. I just want to remember them all, honor them all and offer my condolences.

The SPH then warmly welcomed and thanked the Right Honorable Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau and other VIPs for their greetings and good wishes for the celebration of this month by KAILASA Canada. Hindu Canadians have played an important role in the country and stepped up to raise funds, provide meals to those most in need and support our seniors during the pandemic.

The SPH elaborated on the utilitarian value of the Hindu ecosystem which supports the disadvantaged and is inclusive, regardless of nationality, gender, religion, race, socioeconomic status, and provides lasting solutions in various areas.

“The Big Story of the Hindu Ecosystem and the Message of Hindu Heritage Month; we Hindus embrace, enrich, empower and enlighten because of the strength of the Hindu ecosystem. We do not terrorize or convert. Hinduism is a matter of absolute non-violence and coexistence. Ahimsa Paramo Dharma – Nonviolence is the ultimate cosmic law according to Hinduism.
– SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam

SPH Nithyananda Paramashivam’s message is clear in this Hindu Heritage Month. Hindus need to wake up in order to preserve the positive Hindu ecosystem for life – an ecosystem that contributes, inclusive, peaceful, non-violent, and coexists peacefully with other communities and cultures in Canada and around the world.

M Ananda
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