Cultural and Spiritual programs

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Hans Cultural Centre is a pious organization that has been conceived, projected, promoted and being fostered by a team of highly enlightened and elevated souls from across the world, who know for themselves how human individuals are distinct from animals and want to disseminate the message of the gospel truth across barriers, whatever, the world over.
Therefore, we, at HCC, beg to convey that animals cannot transcend the immanent physical limitations within which they conduct themselves as per available opportunities to survive and maneuver the adverse situations with their instinctive intelligence. As such, their needs for survival are very limited and defined. When domesticated, their masters take care of their needs for survival but when left at large in the expanse of a jungle or in the precincts of no man’s land, they survive through the natural instinct of hide and seek duly governed by the “Law of Natural Selection”. Notwithstanding hostilities arising due to the operation of the ‘Law of Natural Selection’ in jungles, the biodiversity remains intact there because animals lack memory, which is the key to organize in vengeance against their predators. Domestication of animals for using its physical potentialities for the advancement of human civilization is a good proposition.
 

Whereas, human individuals, women and men, possess conscience in addition to a profound back-up of memory, reasoning and discrimination. A human individual can live in the past through nostalgia, in the present through instantaneous action and reciprocation, as well as, in the future though perceptive imaginations; and all that could happen at the same time correct to moments. Thus, one keeps on vibrating mentally between the nostalgic past and the imaginative future. This phenomenon of mind could be the cause of one’s disquietude, which is peculiar to humans, not to animals.

The conscience keeps on refreshing one’s memory in order of priority. The incidents, one could be a part of, are etched on one’s mind, heart and memory. Of them all, one’s conscience keeps on refreshing repeatedly the incidents that appear to one more important than others do and, accordingly, the impression of those incidents on the mind, the heart, or the memory gets deeper and deeper. The incidents, which do not appear to be of much significance and consequence, culminate down the horizon of memory and get lost in course of time.

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The incident that pricks one’s conscience rocks one thoroughly, turns one upside down, leaves behind an ever-lasting scar of shock and therefore remains etched on one’s heart permanently. And, this is so due to the presence of conscience in human beings.

 

Therefore, men and women the world over are advised to refrain from inflicting any form of injury to a fellow’s heart through any act of violence. One could perpetrate violence in a myriad of forms. Therefore, we, at HCC, advise our folks across the world to make concerted effort united or otherwise to offset the impact of violence duly perpetrated on the hapless and the vulnerable in a myriad of manners.

 

HCC views poverty, illness, backwardness, physical disabilities, pestilence, environmental and ecological imbalances, etc. as the sequels of continued violence perpetrated by the egocentric and resourceful men and women of the world. If we do not mitigate the sequels of violence, it could cause to emerge disruptive situations in human realms in vengeance against the cumulative causes that have pricked the human conscience in any manner.

 

HCC, therefore, addresses itself to all those causes that have precipitated any form of imbalance – physical, economical, environmental – not by waging a war against the causes but by offsetting their sequels through translation of HCC’s altruistic and philanthropic objects into ground realities across India.     

 

Cultural and spiritual programs

 

Culture:- Culture has been defined as the customs and beliefs, art, way of life and social organization of a particular country or a group. HCC encourages and implements cross-cultural activities through its action plans based on various facets of art reflecting the cultural backdrop of varied ethnicity. India is home to a number of distinct cultural groups. Their food habits, dressing sense, social customs and art forms, their sense of healthcare, hygiene and community life differ from one another. HCC believes that by bringing distinct cultural groups together on a common platform of art-based cultural activities, we could cause to generate inter-group cohesion to make India more homogeneous to imbibe a natural sense of common nationalism amid diversity. Together, it offers profound opportunities to all such inter-mingling cultural groups to transmit the good elements of their heritage to others while assimilating good elements from others’ as well. So, HCC is committed to make India vibrant by making its people forward-looking and mutually cohesive through its objects of cultural promotion.

 

Spiritualism:- Spiritualism is the science of attaining the state of supreme beatitude for human beings. What has been said here about spiritualism is not a matter of tacit assumption or vacuous faith but could be a product of one’s perception and realization as well. HCC has a point to make that human longing for material objects of possession and enjoyments are unending, not all of which can be satisfied to the extent of one’s longings in terms of quality or quantity of material objects.

 

Lack of satisfaction induces impatience and disappointment. The collective impatience results into psychological pandemonium causing complete loss of wisdom and rational sensibility on the part of people involved in the pandemonium and that makes society mutually hostile and savage. The sense of disappointment makes people unhappy.

 

HCC has a further point to make that there is appalling limitation in the material realms of the world to satisfy people’s craze for possession and enjoyment. As infinite cannot come out of finite material world, the natural consequence of such mismatch between what are available and what are required shall be mutual hostilities among people and unhappiness for all.

 

 Our requirements in terms of hunger, thirst, etc. are finite and physical in nature and so, they can be satisfied with material objects, but the craze as delineated here is mental. So, a thing that is mental as human craze could be offset with something only mental. And, that entails a trans-material journey into the vastness of mental realm. How to gratify one infinitely and finally is a subject addressed to spiritualism.

 

Spiritual march comprises three segments in it, namely; one, preparatory – in which an intending individual is taught how to conduct oneself with the outside world in order to cleanse one’s social character and to prepare oneself physically with a regimen of yogic postures to be able to sit with ease and comfort in meditational sitting postures; two, psychic – in which the initiate is motivated through philosophical discourses so that he gets mentally convinced to resort to meditations with ardent intentness; three, of tryst with the self – in which the initiate is finally ushered into the path of spiritual march through the practice of pranayamas and meditational techniques.

 

HCC’s sense in arousing such awareness among men and women of the world stems from the fact that a human individual continues to make efforts to keep disappointments in life off his way through appropriate action plans. As long as, he is healthy, he remains ebullient, performs action to stay afloat, and never thinks that he shall ever be incapacitated. But, unfortunately at last, at the last leg of his life’s journey, he fails uncontrollably and helplessly, succumbs to disappointments and falls down pathetically and unwillingly to get out of life and action that he held so close to his breast until the last moment in the hope that nothing as such shall ever overtake him. How pathetic, of course!

 

An animal falls down to such an end of life due to physical debility and concomitant symptoms caused when nature stops igniting the fire of hunger and allied biological processes inside its physiology, or due to its failure to defend itself in the struggle for survival consequent upon the operation of the ‘Law of Natural Selection’. Contrasted to this, man dies and culminates into the vast ocean of disappointments, in addition to physical failure. HCC has, therefore, a meaningful sense in rescuing human individuals from culminating into the ocean of disappointments and remorse.

 

With this humane sense of emancipating men and women of the world out of the impending and compulsory woes of life - the path of which is only in spiritualism – HCC offers men and women of all shades and hues opportunities for spiritual progress in life by organizing spiritual confluences. 

The Hans Cultural Centre is a charitable funding agency aimed at providing grants and funding to non-profit and non-governmental organizations all across India. The aim is to enhance social development in India and through its funding operations, with an aim to mitigate social inequality in India.

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