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Date: Fri, 1 Apr 1994 11:37:33 -0500 (EST)
From: dhara parekh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Chandan Bandopadhyay <email@example.com>
By now many of you are probably curious to know about the HSC chapter
in Vermont. I would not be surprise if some people have also forgotten that
the HSC chapter even exists at University of Vermont.
As a new chapter this year, we have been very successful in
achieving our set goals. We have had weekly meetings discussing on topics
such as Hindu and Environment, the meaning of the universal symbol OM,
Meditation and The Caste system in India.
Part of the mission of HSC is to unite east and west by educating
the west of the Hindu philosophy, culture and tradition. Vermont has also
been successful in achieving this mission. Since UVM has only about three
or four courses that are offered on India, students have shown a vast amount
of interest to know more. Most of the people who have been attending the
HSC meetings are the people of non-Indian origin.
If you are curious to know more or have any questions regarding the
chapter at UVM, you know how to get in touch.