Council of Elders of the Sacred Mayas, Guatemala
In Collaboration with International center for Cultural Studies, USA
Organizing 6th Conference and Workshop
(In the series of understanding Ancient Cultures and Traditions of the world)
Hindu –Maya Cultural Similarities
Hindu and the Maya traditions and cultures are one of the ancient in the world. There are many similarities in these two great traditions. They date back thousands of years; believe in One God with manifestations in different forms. Both believe in philosophy for Human being in totality and total humanity. The proposed conference and workshop will look at the similarities in these cultures and traditions as well as conduct workshops on ceremonies of these traditions.
Council of Elders of the Sacred Mayas, Guatemala: is a council of more than 440 Elders of the Maya Traditions and cultures belonging to 23 different ethnic Sacred Maya Groups.
ICCS, USA is a registered non profit organization in USA. ICCS is dedicated to academic research on ancient cultures and cultures. ICCS has published over 20 books on comparative study of the cultures.
Venue: Maya Village Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Date: 29th and 30th May 2005
Registration fees will be US $ 50 for the participants.
Delegates will have to take care of their travel and accommodation. Approximate expenses for accommodation will be US $20 per person, double occupancy.
There will be a tour of Guatemala Mayan Attractions from 31st May to 4th June 2005; details will be posted at the web address provided below.
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