Hindu Matters In Britain - For British Hindus

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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 will realise how much he helped progressed the Hindu cause in the west, and especially the USA.

 

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Unsung Hero of Hindu Community

Vinod Mathurdas Kotecha, born in Kenya was 65 years old when he was awarded a BEM for community services in the Queen’s Birthday honours list 2017.

Hindu Cremations are very expensive in Britain as it involves many rituals, to make things easy and give respect to the departed soul. To ease hardships people, special services are organized by Vinod Kotecha, where he performs hymns and prayers so that the soul can rest in peace and is done free.

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Hindu Charity Organisations in London

According to Mahatma Gandhi “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Some institutes are applying this saying into the real world where everyone is not equal. In this world of income inequality, discrimination, tension and pressure, it’s important to understand that there are people who need help and if it’s in your power and you must reach to help those in need with valuable money, time and efforts that one spends in his lifetime. Some of the Hindu organisations are making an impact in the community.

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Diwali - a new dawn

It’s a sight of a new dawn. Indian culture is extending across the globe. Where Indian culture has been tolerated for the sake of diversity and community relations is now embraced by the mainstream. 

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Temples under attack

With the Navaratri festival well on the way, Hindu communities are further preparing for the Diwali celebrations. Light over darkness as the saying goes.

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Guiding Hands of Navaratri

Indian Festivals are becoming recognised across the world as part of Hindu identity, getting into the psyche of other cultures in host countries where the Indian diaspora exists. With communities making preparations for the next mega festival – Navaratri, organisers are now working hard to accommodate the elderly and the disabled.

 

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Horseguards Story

The Household division Charities rely on the generosity of donors to provide welfare enhancements to the wounded, veterans and bereaved which fall outside the public budget.

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