World Hindu Congress 2023 will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from November 24 to 26, 2023

08.08.23 07:19 AM Comment(s)


Date: 15 June, 2023

New Delhi/Bangkok, June 15, (LAB) The World Hindu Congress 2023″ will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from November 24 to 26, 2023.

Highlighting the cultural connections between Bharat, India and Thailand, Dr. Sophana Srichampa, Associate Professor Dr, Mahidol University said, “The rich cultures of Bharat and Thailand are deeply intertwined. We share a heritage expressed through language, arts, architecture, and tradition, WHC 2023 will serve as a bridge between these two nations, fostering cultural, economic, and philosophical connections. It will contribute to the growth and development of both Thailand and the global Hindu community.”

The cultural and historical connections between Bharat, Thailand and South East Asia, along with the shared Dharmic and cultural values, make Bangkok an ideal host for the World Hindu Congress 2023. Magnificent symbols of this shared heritage can be seen in landmarks such as Wat Phra Si Rattana Satsadaram (Thailand), Angkor Wat and Phnom Kulen (Cambodia), Prambanan and Borobudur (Indonesia), Kedaram (Malaysia), Cham Temple, Mỹ Sơn (Vietnam), and Vat Phou (Laos), Dr Sophana said.

Mr Sushil Dhanuka, President of the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce, Thailand, said, “Seven parallel conferences will be held during the World Hindu Congress which will cover a range of topics pertinent to the Hindu community. We discuss subjects such as economic empowerment, education, media, politics, youth engagement, women’s empowerment, and organizational collaboration. These conferences bring together experts and leaders from various fields to share their insights and inspire the delegates,” Mr Dhanuka said.

Mr Raju B Manwani, Secretary World Hindu Congress Bangkok said, “We expect a significant number of delegates from various countries to attend the Congress. The basic criteria for being a delegate include a commitment to Hindu values and an active involvement in promoting Hindu causes. Apart from the conferences, the congress will feature exhibitions and networking opportunities. We have made comprehensive arrangements to ensure the safety and security of all delegates and the honoured guests, Mr Raju said adding,” Our priority is to create a conducive and inclusive environment for fruitful discussions and networking.”

Mr Raju said The World Hindu Congress 2023 expects a substantial number of delegates from various countries, representing Hindu communities worldwide. Delegates can register for the event at, and the organizing committee will welcome the participation of all Hindu organizations, associations, and institutions. “Join us in Bangkok, Thailand from November 24 to 26, and be part of this historic gathering”, the organizers said.

The Registration fee for Early Bird from now until 31 July 2023: for men USD $300, for women USD $200, and for students USD $150.