Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand also tweeted that this November is the first federally recognized Hindu Heritage Month. Canada is home to over 830,000 Hindus. I wish you all a very Happy Hindu Heritage Month.
Canada has officially celebrated November as its National Hindu Heritage Month for the first time. During this, a large number of people of Indian origin were seen standing together. Hindu Heritage Month is celebrated to acknowledge the contribution made by Hindus to make Canada strong and prosperous.
Chandra Arya, an Indian-origin MP from the ruling Liberal Party, in May this year prepared a private members’ motion to mark November as Hindu Heritage Month (HHM), which was later unanimously passed on 29 September by the House of Commons. passed in.
Parliamentarian Chandra Arya tweeted on November 1 that today I marked the historic beginning of Canada’s National Hindu Heritage Month by hoisting a flag with the Hindu sacred symbol Aum on Parliament Hill. Hindu Heritage Month provides an opportunity to recognize the contributions of 830,000 Hindu-Canadians.
Earlier, heritage months have also been celebrated in Canada regarding other religions. April is celebrated as Sikh Heritage Month, May as Canadian Jewish Heritage Month and October as Canadian Islamic History Month.
Chandra Arya had termed the passage of the first resolution as historic and said that it was Canada’s long-pending recognition of the contribution of Hindu heritage to mankind and the country.
Wishing this historic start, Oakville MP and Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand also tweeted that this November is the first federally recognized Hindu Heritage Month. Canada is home to over 830,000 Hindus, who contribute immensely to the fabric of our country. I wish you all a very Happy Hindu Heritage Month.