Shamit Khemka, one of the pioneers in the Indian IT industry, has been enthusiastic about the implications of information technology in driving social change. He believes that India society can more drastically use information and digital technology to its advantage. This is the idea when he became involved in the initiatives of the Eternal Hindu Foundation (EHF), an organization focused on empowering the Hindus in India. Mr. Shamit Khemka was selected as the mentor of the digital & technical team of EHF.
Shashwat Bharatam is one of the major initiatives of the foundation. It is aimed at increasing awareness about the true essence of ancient India (Bharat) through various digital platforms. The programs executed under the initiative include training young people for improving their skills and employability; educating children about the true essence of Hinduism; restoring the centuries-old culture of India.
Mr. Shamit Khemka leverages his deep knowledge and understanding of technology to steer programs like Shashwat Bharatam. His decades-long experience in the IT industry and insights about digital technology are powerful assets for advancing the mission of EHF.
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Shamit Khemka understands the importance of India's cultural aspects very much. Being a social worker, he has always contributed to various social causes - Shashwat Bharatam and Eternal Hindu Foundation (led by Shri K.N. Govindacharya ji). Both the foundation and the initiative, Shashwat Bharatam, works ardently towards the empowerment of people. The idea is to recall the cultural heritage of India, bring people together and help those who are in need.
To discuss the future planning for the same, a meeting was recently conducted. The meeting was attended by many attendees - Vedveer Arya (author of "The chronology of Ancient India: Victim of Concoctions and Distortions"), Sanjay Sharma (National Coordinator at Eternal Hindu Foundation), Basavaraja Patil, Vishal Dutt, Jai Dral, Suryakant Kelkar (Convenor, Bharat Raksha Manch).
The aim of the meeting was to discuss the following -
1. How Hindus from different professions (such as lawyer, teacher, doctors) can help people at identified temples?
2. To make people more aware of the ancient culture of Bharat.
3. How can social channels be utilized for spreading Sanatan Dharam?
During the meeting, a plethora of facts on the importance of the Vedic era and “Itihasa” - a noble initiative - were discussed. Furthermore, various ways were shared by Shri Vedveer Arya on how to make people more aware about the Indian culture. He also shared details and facts which presented the keen interest of people outside India wanting to learn Sanskrit.
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