How Can Hindus Better Promote Their Religion in Non-Hindu Countries?
First it is a matter of communication. Hindus must make it known who they are and what they really believe, so common negative stereotypes about their religion - which breed so much misunderstanding and intolerance - are countered. They must organize themselves, not as a dogma but as a community with the common interest to promote a deeper spiritual knowledge in the world.
They must recognize the value of the Hindu religion for all the world and its great treasures of spiritual and yogic knowledge that are very rare, and sometimes almost unknown in other religions. They must teach Hinduism, particularly Yoga and Vedanta, to non-Hindus, whether such
people want to become Hindus or not. Like the ancient Vedic sages
said they should seek to make the entire world spiritual. They must
become expansive, open-hearted, fearless, creative and
compassionate, not in allegiance to a belief but out of contact with
the Divine Self within that is greater than all the world.