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Center for Spiritual Living honors Rajan Zed
Religious statesman Rajan Zed has been honored by Center for Spiritual Living Reno (Nevada, USA) for interfaith work. Senior Minister Reverend Liesa Leggett Garcia of the Center presented Zed with a plaque on June 13, which carried the symbols of both Hinduism and Centers for Spiritual Living (CSL).

It read: In appreciation of Rajan Zed for the valuable work done on behalf of the interfaith community, leading the way for global understanding through education and dialogue.

Zed, who is the President of Universal Society of Hinduism, also addressed the Center on the topics of Hinduism and Interfaith Dialogue and answered the questions from the audience.

Center for Spiritual Living Reno, "A Science of Mind & Spirit Community" headed by Garcia, is affiliated to CSL in Golden (Colorado, USA). CSL, founded in 1927 by Ernest Holmes which provides “spiritual tools to transform personal lives”, has over 450 spiritual centers, communities, and ministries in 30 countries worldwide. Reverend Dr. Kenn Gordon is the current Spiritual Leader.

Zed is a global religious statesman who has taken-up interfaith, religion, Roma (Gypsies) and other causes all over the world. Bestowed with “World Interfaith Leader Award”, he is Senior Fellow and Religious Advisor to Foundation for Religious Diplomacy, Spiritual Advisor to National Association of Interchurch & Interfaith Families, etc.  Many cities in USA have named October 25 as “Rajan Zed Day”. He prominently appeared in a recently released documentary on religion titled “Unresolvable?”

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