Study centre on Jewish seer in Attur

Followers of Jewish seer Itamar Oren Narada Muni from Israel perform prayers at the tomb of the seer, located in Attur village in Ponnampet on Wednesday.

The commemoration of Jewish seer Itamar Oren Narada Muni was observed at the seer’s memorial in Attur village in Ponnampet on Wednesday.

Donors of the land, Kuppanada Raja and Chaya Nanjappa on whose farm the memorial is located, announced that a study centre will be established in two acres of land near the tomb of Itamar Oren Narada Muni.

The centre will be devoted to the purpose of strengthening the relationship between India and Israel.

Speaking on the occasion, Rashtriya Swayam Sevaka Sangha Saha Karyavaha Mukund said that both India and Israel have been the targets of terrorism. The two countries should come up with a united strategy to fight terror. While India has been working on peacebuilding in South Asia, Israel has been striving to instil peace in Arab countries. The motto behind the efforts of both countries is the same.

Sessions were held on the topics, ‘Challenges Before India and Israel in Improving their bond’ and ‘Improving the bond between India and Israel on Cultural and Economic Fronts’.

The sessions were moderated by Swami Dayananda, Swami Vijnananda and Itamar Theodore. Immanuel, Sankar Sanu, Ravikumar, Satya Bansal, Tapan Ghosh, Michelle Harrison and Rajani Sareen took part.

Homage was paid to the seer on the occasion. Vedic chants were recited.

Followers of Itamar Oren Narada Muni performed prayers.

ADGP Bhaskar Rao, actor Malavika, VHP National Joint Secretary Vijnanand and RSS Prant Pravahak Giridhar Upadhyaya were present.

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