World Hindu Congress: Attempt to gloss over gender, social inequality

Forward Press also publishes books on Bahujan issues. Forward Press books shed light on the widespread problems as well as the finer aspects of Bahujan (Dalit, OBC, Adivasi, Nomadic, Pasmanda) society, culture, literature and politics

Like people of all religions, a large number of Hindus have been migrating to all the parts of world. The reason behind this is better opportunities and higher living standards in those places. In most parts of the world one can find a substantial number of Hindus of Indian origin. The concentration of these émigrés is particularly higher in richer countries. Earlier, a large number of Indians migrated to UK, Canada and currently United States is the hot favourite. The émigrés from here do tend to adapt to the countries they adopt but they retain their umbilical cords. Some of them meet to celebrate their Indian-ness; some also meet bearing their religious identity as Hindus or Muslims in particular. There is a large India diaspora in the US. Some Hindus among them recently held World Hindu Congress in Chicago and invited RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat to address the same.

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Forward Press also publishes books on Bahujan issues. Forward Press Books sheds light on the widespread problems as well as the finer aspects of Bahujan (Dalit, OBC, Adivasi, Nomadic, Pasmanda) society, culture, literature and politics. Contact us for a list of FP Books’ titles and to order. Mobile: +917827427311, Email: info@forwardmagazine.in)

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The Case for Bahujan Literature

Mahishasur: A people’s hero

Dalit Panthers: An Authoritative History

Mahishasur: Mithak wa Paramparayen

The Common Man Speaks Out

Jati ke Prashn Par Kabir

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