Global Prout Convention - Nov 20-22, 2009

Global Prout Convention
Delhi, India
20th to 22nd November, 2009
Organized by Proutist Universal

On the occasion of the Golden Jubilee Year of Prout we are pleased to invite all Proutists of the globe to attend the Global Prout Convention in Delhi (India). This is a unique opportunity to get deeper understanding of Prout ideology and work out the methodology for its implementation. The present global economic crisis is much greater than the Great Depression of 1929. Prout (Progressive Utilization Theory) was first propounded by the eminent seer and philosopher of the 20th century Shrii P.R. Sarkar at Jamalpur, Bihar (India) on June 5th 1959 to solve all socio-economic problems of the world.

The atmosphere that develops throughout this convention will take you to a new deeper level of understanding of Prout philosophy through various sessions of workshops, seminars and group discussions led by experienced Proutists.
The convention will work out the methodology for creating greater socio-economic awareness and implementation of Prout ideology.

Workshops: Panacea for global economic meltdown, decentralized economy, the cooperatives, economic democracy, socio-economic groupifications, leadership, future plans and programs and the organizational structure.

Plus: Open discussion, vegetarian food, cultural programs and free time.

What to bring: Blankets and bed sheets, notebook, toiletries and necessary personal belongings.

Delegates desirous to attend the convention are requested to register as soon as possible in order to help facilitate the work of the organizers.

For further information, kindly contact either of the following:

A’c Samvedananda Avt., Office Secretary (PU Delhi Sector)
Proutist Universal, JC- 48, Khirki Extension, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi 110017.

Tel: 0091-11-29543260
Mob: 0091-9334316964, 09211857618

E-mail: siddhayogananda@yahoo.com , nirmeghananda@gmail.com , samvedananda@gmail.com

More: http://www.proutworld.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=55

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