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Serving our samāj – NHSF (UK) Statement: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Namaste, It is fair to say that we are facing an unprecedented event in recent history, with a variety of challenges posed by the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The National Hindu...

Samskriti Yuva Shibir Review 2019

NHSF (UK) collaborates with Samskrita Bharati for a weekend of learning the ancient language The weekend of the 31st of August saw a first time collaboration between NHSF (UK) and Samskrita Bharati...

Chapters Assemble for June Committees’ Day 2019

This June, NHSF (UK) Chapter Committees’ from all across the country assembled at the University of Leicester for a JCD with a twist.  With the day themed around the...

International Day of Yoga 2019

Yoga: the latest new fad in physical exercises, or an ancient dhārmic tradition rooted in spirituality and the liberation of our suffering? Friday 21st June 2019 saw the fifth celebration of the...

NUS National Conference 2019

First word that comes to your mind when you think NUS, go! Usually, the go-to-answer for any student is “NUS = discount Card”. While they do offer a card to wield the elusive student discount, The...

NHSF (UK) Does Sewa Day

4th of October 2019 marked the day when thousands of good-hearted volunteers got together around the country to make a difference. Approximately 850 of those volunteers were members of National...

Kashmiri Hindus’ Exodus Day 2019

Whilst Makar Sankranti marks the point in the Hindu calendar after which the days the start to lengthen and the nights start to shorten, for approximately 350,000 - many sources suggest more -...

NHSF (UK) at WHC 2018

Between the 7th and 9th September 2018, 2500 delegates from 60 countries gathered in Chicago for the second World Hindu Congress with the theme, Sumantrité Suvikrānté - ‘Think Collectively, Achieve...

Ganesh Chaturthi

vakratunda mahākāya, surya koti sama prabha, nirvighnam kurū me deva, sarvakāryeshu sarvadā Decorated houses, crowded streets, loud music, and lighted skyscrapers are only few of the things you see...

Presidents’ Day 2018

Presidents’ Day was an inspiring event where we got to meet other Presidents and Vice-Presidents from around the UK and learn how they run their societies and do events. It was a very valuable day...

Our Next Event: June Committees' Day (JCD) 2020

 

Join us on Saturday 20th – Sunday 21st June 2020 for our first national event of the 2020-21 Academic Year, as we welcome in all our newly elected university society committee members. JCD 2020 will be a day filled with workshops, sessions and tips for our university society committee members to grow each of their respective societies and scale new heights in the coming year. Role breakouts, skills sessions, interactive activities – JCD has it all. Make sure to register NOW!