Vallalar, also known as Ramalinga Swamigal, was a 19th-century Tamil saint and poet in India. Born in 1823, he dedicated his life to spiritual enlightenment and the welfare of humanity. Vallalar emphasized the oneness of God and universal love, advocating for equality and compassion.
The Education, Motivation and Discipline Development Association of Rawang, UPSI, the association of Malaysian Tamil School principles in association with S.R.M university from Tamil Nadu are organising this conference. The organisers anticipate there will be around 600-800 attendees joining this conference. The primary objective of this conference is to impart and disseminate the profound teachings and principles of Vallalar to students during their early years. The event seeks to educate young minds on the wisdom and values espoused by Vallalar, fostering a deep understanding of his spiritual teachings. By introducing students to these principles at a young age, the conference aims to instill a sense of spiritual awareness, compassion, and universal love.
“The organizing committee’s chairman, Amrijith Kaur Jasvanth Singh, articulated that the focus of this conference is specifically directed towards students hailing from 528 Tamil schools situated across 11 states within the nation.”
“To propagate the teachings and principles of Vallalar, a series of events spanning 52 weeks were organized in Tamil Nadu. These events were meticulously designed to disseminate the wisdom and ideals championed by Vallalar. Subsequent to those initiatives, we seized a groundbreaking opportunity to host, for the first time globally, a conference exclusively dedicated to students. This unprecedented event signifies a remarkable milestone, providing a platform for students from diverse backgrounds and regions to converge.”, She added.
“This conference is poised to impart invaluable spiritual knowledge to students, cultivating a foundation that goes beyond conventional education. The objective is to nurture a generation of future leaders who not only excel academically but also embody strong discipline and moral values. Following the completion of the first rounds of the Thiruvarutpa recitation competition and the Sanmarka public speaking competition, the final round of these contests, along with the prize-giving ceremony, will take place during the upcoming conference. “, said the senior lecturer of UPSI Dr Ilangkumaran Sivanathan.
These competition will take place from 9am to 1pm and the conference would have bein by that time as well. This significant event will serve as the culmination of the competitions, providing a platform to recognize and reward the participants who have excelled in these competitions. The final round and prize distribution ceremony are anticipated to be key highlights of the conference, showcasing the talents and achievements of the participants in these esteemed contests.
Distinguished delegates have been carefully selected to participate in the conference, contributing to the event’s vibrancy. These eminent individuals will engage the audience with a diverse range of activities, including insightful talks, captivating musical performances, and enchanting dance presentations. The continuous flow of these performances throughout the conference promises to infuse an extra layer of joy and enthusiasm into the proceedings.
This conference is open to everyone including students who are not from Tamil school. Whoever wish to join this conference please contact Jeevanath Prakash, President of Valartamil Mandram, UPSI at 011-11112680 to register yourself.