World peace will be established only through Hindu life values: Thai Prime Minister

Bangkok: Thailand’s Prime Minister Shretha Thavisin highlighted Hindu values that promote peace and said that the world struggling with unrest should take inspiration from Hindu values of non-violence, truth, tolerance and harmony, only then will peace be established in the world.

The Third World Hindu Congress was inaugurated here today with the aim of establishing the identity of Hindus in the world as a progressive and talented society.

Thawisin, the Prime Minister of the host country, was to participate in the inaugural session but due to some reasons he could not come. The message of the Thai Prime Minister was read in the meeting. He said that it is an honor for Thailand to host the World Hindu Congress organized on the principles and values of Hinduism.

The Vedas envisage the key principles of synthesis and balance for peaceful coexistence. The concept of peace is founded on these principles.

With the proclamation of ‘Victory of Dharma’, eminent saint Mata Amritanandamayi, Swami Purnanand of Bharat Sevashram Sangh, Sarsanghchalak Mohanrao Bhagwat of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Sarkaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale, General Secretary of Vishwa Hindu Parishad Milind Parande and founder-conductor of the program Swami Vigyananand lit the lamp. Lit up.

The Vishwa Hindu Congress gathered more than 2200 delegates invited from 61 countries of the world who made notable achievements in the fields of education, economy, education, research and development, media and politics.

These include MPs and ministers from about 25 countries. There are about 10 lakh people of Indian community living in Thailand whose contribution in the trade and economic development of the country is noteworthy.

Meanwhile, External Affairs Minister EAM Jaishankar recently said that India’s defense and security ties with Thailand have grown since 2014. He said the Thai government has also shown the same sentiment.

Addressing the Indian diaspora in Thailand, Jaishankar said India has a Look East policy while Thailand has a Look West policy. He highlighted the changes that have taken place in the context of India-Thailand relations after Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014.

Interacting with the Indian community, Jaishankar said, “We engage with ASEAN countries. So, for us, it is not just a relationship. It is not even a relationship that started in 1947, as I said. Said.” Modern form.

Of course, this is a relationship that is recorded in history, but it is a relationship that is linked to reform and change in India. So, the period that we are talking about, especially the last 25 years, is a time when this relationship has come a long way.”