International Vedic Welfare University launched in Chicago to teach Sanatana Dharma and Hindutva philosophy | Indian of the world
An International Vedic Wellness University is being established in the greater Chicago area by local Native American community member Santosh Kumar on the 48th anniversary of his father Shambu Dayal Kulshresthra’s death on September 9. The mission of the university, she said in a press statement, is to teach, preserve and advance the ideals and values of Sanatan Dharma by integrating ancient practices with the global Hindutva philosophy. in this digital age.
Kumar said this brick-and-mortar university is being built on a campus of more than 38 acres and will offer certification, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate. curriculum in a formal setting.
The university’s initial funding will come from the trust fund of her late husband Pramod Kumar and his family personally, she added.
Vasavi Chakka, Dean of the International Vedic Welfare University, in her introductory remarks commended Kumar for her foresight in establishing this full-fledged university.
Physician Vijay G. Prabhakar has announced a contribution of $ 100,000 to establish an interfaith chair on behalf of Congressman Danny K. Davis to teach the Hindu philosophy of religious tolerance as well as the basic tenets of other faiths at the university, the statement added.