Hindu Matters In Britain - For British Hindus


Service to Bereavement

There are thousands of people working tirelessly in the service of others voluntarily. One such individual is Vinod Mathurdas Kotecha who provided volunteer bereavement services to families who are in need of support during one of the hardest times of their livers. 

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The Diabetes Tsunami

South Asians are tainted with the blight of diabetes. It is a shame which the community needs to do more and help reverse this dangerous trend. This drift is no longer just in the United Kingdom, but it is reaching wherever the community diaspora locates.

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The legacy of Ram Dass

For many British Hindus, they would have no recollection of Ram Dass – a white man with a very traditional Indian name. Only those who are curious and learn about this amazing individual's life will realise how much he has helped progress the Hindu cause in the west, and especially the USA.

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Yoga and its four dimensions


Yoga, the ancient form of exercise which is practiced from centuries focuses on improving strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ meaning ‘to unite’ symbolising the union of an individual self with the divine consciousness.

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Fighting Prostate Cancer - a Silent Killer

It is a first at a Hindu Temple in the UK or perhaps further afield. In a unique scheme to highlight the dangers of prostate cancer, a team of medical experts from Burton Hospital in Staffordshire provided prostate screening at the Jalaram Mandir in West London.

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Yoga and APPG Bob Blackman

 “Yoga to be integrated within the NHS” was the unanimous appeal of yoga experts and parliamentarians who met at the House of Commons as part of the International Yoga Day.

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UK Hindus are the happiest

Fascinating figures have immerged in the latest round of data released by Office for National Statistics (ONS). The key finding has been that religious people are happier than people with no religion.

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