ASSOCHAM organises ‘World Confluence of Humanity, Power and Spirituality’

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New Delhi, December 17


The ninth edition of World Confluence of Humanity, Power and Spirituality, organised by ASSOCHAM in association with Srei Foundation and Times Foundation, introduced a fresh culture of ‘Spirituality @ Work’ through its brand Sach Bharat, inspiring distinguished industrialists, business leaders, industry captains and noted politicians to imbibe spirituality at their respective work places and lives.

The Confluence was inaugurated in the presence of Hon’ble President of India, Pranab Mukherjee, ASSOCHAM President Mr. Sunil Kanoria and Srei Foundation Chairman Dr. Hari Prasad Kanoria.

The concept of Sach Bharat originated from Srei Foundation’s popular initiative World Confluence of Humanity, Power and Spirituality. Sach Bharat is a first-of-its-kind conglomeration where all streams of thought converge for a great cause.

The Confluence saw the convergence of ideas and principles to build on the strong and wide sense of spirituality that permeates the lives of millions across the globe. Distinguished industrialists, business leaders, noted politicians and achievers from various walks of society came together with a belief that fundamentals of universal spiritualism can be inherited into the workplace in order to benefit the society and humanity at large.

Speaking on the occasion, Sunil Kanoria, President, ASSOCHAM, said: “The idea of spirituality liberates oneself and creates awareness of higher purpose and power, which essentially forms the moral fibre to become invincible entrepreneurs. Spirituality transcends individuals through sustainable motivation in having a sense of direction and vision to create new avenues for others to follow. Inherent spiritual motivation helps entrepreneurs to endure failure in their ventures and design new possibilities of innovation to delight through their products or services.”

Dr. Hari Prasad Kanoria, Chairman, Srei Foundation, said: “Every religion is about awakening the divinity in humans. Religions are like flowers of different colours, tied with the chord of love into a beautiful bouquet and offered at the altar of humanity for love, peace and happiness.”

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