Re: theos-talk Adyar Convention Bulletin - Dec 28, 2010 (Third Day)
Dec 28, 2010 09:33 PM
The actual count of registered delegates is 1,417 and not 1,200 which was a
typo. Sorry for the error.
On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 9:04 AM, MKR <mkr777@s8cN2DELsLqLvg7jiJdiclTBQQxImcxmDDkEADUc4o8ZRqzAs_v0Hx_EfMxiiXJNLMY7xz17.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> The eight page bulletin for third day of the convention is on the Adyar
> The attendance at the convention is 1,200 plus, which is a welcome news.
> There are summaries of talks by:
> Dianne Kynaston
> M P Singhal
> Avantika Mehta
> In addition, there are summaries of activities in many of the European
> Countries. What is striking for anyone who has been in India, is how
> minuscule the membership in many of these countries.
> Many of the lodges in India, such as the one in Bangalore, have more
> members than in many of these countries. This points to the fact that a lot
> of work is yet to be done to spread theosophy in the West. Also considering
> the fact that India has 12,000 plus members, confirms the foresight of the
> inner Foundersâ to move TS to India.
> Bulletin has a summary of the Christmas celebration at Adyar and about the
> activities of the very popular Besant Memorial Animal Dispensary, which has
> treated a lot of birds and animals.
> You will enjoy the content of the Bulletin which can be accessed at:
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