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  • GEETA JAYANTI AND SWAMI VIVEKANAND CELEBRATIONS

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  • DR VP NARAYAN RAO, CHAIRPERSON HINDU COUNCIL (UK) REQUESTS THE PLEASURE OF YOUR COMPANY TO GEETA JAYANTI AND SWAMI VEVEKANAND CELEBRATIONS ON SUNDAY 4 AUGUST 2013 (BETWEEN 1-6 pm)
  • GAYATRI PARIWAR UK celebrates Diwali in Croydon on Sunday 10 November 2013 in Archbishop Lan franc School Mitcham Road Croydon.From 1.30 - 6.30pm including Havan Cultural items & Dinner. Voluntary donations are welcome Please accept this as our invitation in person We look forward to seeing you on the day. Mayura

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  • Dear Mr Minhas Ji

    I write to thank you, your colleagues at the Metropolitan Police Hindu Association (MPHA) and the Hindu Academy for all your work in helping organise the celebration at the House of Commons to mark Swami Vivekananda's 150th birth anniversary.

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  • Dear Sir,

    Kashmiri Pandits on Sunday threatened to launch a nationwide campaign against the state and central governments if they fail to initiate dialogue with agitating All Parties Migrants Co-ordination Committee (APMCC) members in Porbandar, Gujarat over facilitating visit to Shardha Peeth Temple in PoK.

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  • Dear HCUK Members,

    The Annual General Meeting of the HCUK will take place on Saturday 6 September 2014.
    For further information please contact the Chairperson on 07956 655 792 or General Secretary on 07903 216 291.

    Notice on AGM 2014
  • Dear David ( Prime Minister) 
     
    The Hindu Council UK, its 400 organisations and all the Hindus around the world are  shocked and saddened by the  barbaric execution of David Haines.
     
    We would like to extend our full support to your Government and the whole Country and express our Condolences to David Haines family.
     
    It is very important that the Government takes all possible steps to eradicate terrorism and extremist elements within the United Kingdom. The requirement  for all residents to conform to the British standards, respect for all faiths and the peaceful way of life will go a long way to help find a long-term solution. Perhaps you will consider a meeting with all the faith leaders with a view to assess the long-term risks and find an effective and timely solution.
  • NIESR publication: It is a great pity that during the passage of The Equality Bill through Parliament, having acknowledged that the available evidence did not indicate that caste discrimination

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  • Received from our J&K Representative Sanjay Raina

  • Landmark History - The Joint HCUK AGM Held on Saturday 13 August 2016

    Dear Members and well-wishers, Namaskar

     

    We are very pleased to report that the joint HCUK AGM held at the Ram Mandir Southall was very well attended and was a great success.

     

    The members present were unanimous in approving the unification agreement signed by the two Co-Chairpersons Shri Umesh Chander Sharma and Shri Satya Minhas. A copy of the agreement is shown here for information and ready reference.

     

    The Co-Chairpersons, member organisations and lead directors provided their reports and their vision for the future work. The Co-Chairpersons thanked all the member organisations, Directors/Trustees, Regional Directors and Volunteers who have been doing a sterling job in serving the HCUK and the Hindu communities in the United Kingdom.

     

    We pledged to work together in the service of the Member organisations, Hindu Communities in the United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Malaysia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

     

    As the biggest and the best Hindu umbrella organisation in the United Kingdom, we look forward to serving you better during 2016/17.

     

    Satya Minhas and Umesh Chander Sharma

    Co-Chairpersons

  • Agreement July 2016

  • Happy Diwali 2016

    Dear Members and Well-wishers, Namaskar.  

    On behalf of the Hindu Council UK, we would like to wish you and your family A happy Deepavali and a Very Happy New Year. 

    Satya Minhas & Umesh Sharma

    Co-Chairpersons

  • Letter from Judiciary

Hindu temples

dA Mandir, Kovil , Devalayam, or a Hindu temple is a place of worship for followers of Hinduism. A characteristic of most temples is the presence of murtis (statues) of the Hindu deity to whom the temple is dedicated.

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Hindu traditions

fHinduism is formed of diverse traditions and has no single founder. Among its direct roots is the historical Vedic religion of Iron Age India and, as such, Hinduism is often called the "oldest living religion"

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Hindu events

fHindu festivals are celebrated as per the Hindu Calendar. The calendar depends on the movement of sun and moon so most festivals are celebrated on different dates, move around within a range of dates in different years.

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Hindu Festivals

sHindus observe sacred occasions by festive observances. All festivals in Hinduism are predominantly religious in character and significance.

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Hindu Cultures

gThe culture of India refers to the religions, beliefs, customs, traditions, languages, ceremonies, arts, values and the way of life in India and its people.

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Hindu Gods

gWithin Hinduism a large number of personal gods (Ishvaras) are worshipped as murtis. These beings are significantly powerful entities known as devas.

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Hindu Scriptures

f Hinduism is based on "the accumulated treasury of spiritual laws discovered by different persons in different times."

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