Programmes


 

Roma Conference

The 20 million strong Roma community is spread across more than 30 countries, covering West Asia, Europe, America and Australia. There is compelling evidence that their westward migration from India happened from 5th century onwards. Some scholars state that the first migration followed the invasion by..

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Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas 2015

Antar Rashtriya Sahayog Parishad (ARSP) made its presence felt at Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas (PBD) 2015 held in Gandhinagar during January 7-9.The PBD was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi who announced various decisions his government had taken to ease travel for the Indian diaspora..

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International Conference

The First ever International Conference of PIO Parliamentarians was held on 28-29th November 1998.It was inaugurated by the then Prime Minister of India, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee.34 Parliamentarians from 8 countries including Speaker of Mauritius & 8 Ministers from different countries attended the conference..

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Know your Roots

After the abolition of slavery, around 1834, the British and other colonial powers were facing acute shortage of labour to work in agricultural farms in colonies in the Caribbean, Mauritius and Fiji etc. They induced thousands of poor and helpless villagers mainly from Bihar (Jharkhand was part of Bihar) and UP ..

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Seminars, Symposias & Conferences

The ARSP organises art and culture shows and pilgrimage tours for visitors including students who come to study in India. It arranges seminars and meetings by eminent scholars, social workers,politicians and students from other countries and arranges receptions for foreign dignitaries who visit India to exchange notes on the cultural, social and economic life of people abroad, including people of Indian origin..

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Cultural & Social

The ARSP organises art and culture shows and pilgrimage tours for visitors including students who come to study in India. It arranges seminars and meetings by eminent scholars, social workers, politicians and students from other countries and arranges receptions for foreign dignitaries who visit India to exchange notes on the cultural, social and economic life of people abroad, including people of Indian origin..

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Pravasi Bhawan




Pravasi Bhawan has been a dream project of ARSP, which has materialized after three decades of constant efforts. This has been possible as a result of co-operation and assistance extended by ARSP members and its well-wishers in India and abroad. Pravasi Bhawan has been set up to be the power house of PIO activities. It is made to be the meeting point for intellectuals, a venue to organize Seminar and Study Groups. It is also proposed to set up a reference library cum research centre to provide research facilities to scholars on issues concerning PIO’s..

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Bharatvanshi Gaurav Samman




Bharatvanshi Gaurav Samman is an annual award conferred on a PIO/NRI or an institution for outstanding contribution in the field of service to the society in India and abroad. The award carries a Citation, Shawl, Memento and a cheque for Rupees one lakh. The award has been instituted by the Trust (Antar-Rashtriya Sahayog Nyas.) It may be mentioned that this Trust was registered with Shri Baleshwar Agrawal donating the entire money received by him on his Amrit Mohotsav. Subsequently , he received two more awards, which money also he donated to the Nyas fund..

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About Us


The ARSP (Antar Rashtriya Sahayog Parishad) was founded as a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political society in 1978, with an aim to keep close interaction with people all over the world. The founders were of the view that India, as an ancient culture and civilization, with spirituality as its foundation stone, must spread its concept of `Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam’ (the world is one family). Since then it is keeping a close contact with people of Indian origin and the friendly countries with whom they have cultural ties or economic interests..

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