The conference began in a very huge tin sheet pandal after homam and yajna. Men and women in colourful costumes came from all parts of the state by all modes of conveyance, unmindful of the hardships.
The conference area was well illuminated. The massive dais had wonderful and artistic decoration.
The delegates were peaceful and disciplined when many of the speeches were made in Hindi.
The greatest significance lay in the Hindu conference taking place in the fountain spring of the atheistic Dravidian ideology, Erode.
The venue looked like an Indra Durbar, a sight for gods.