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The Dharmic Prayer Room – Reflections from Our Students

One of my most vivid memories growing up is sitting by the Mandir with my Baa, as she paints a Chandan Om onto our Shiva Linga with the end of a matchstick. Every single action of her Puja is so...

100 years of Pandurang Shastri Athavale Ji

19th October, the birthday of Pandurang Shastri Athavale, is celebrated by millions as Manushya Gaurav Din (Human Dignity Day). This day is attributed to fulfilling his life mission to rejuvenate...

Atukuri Molla – A Jasmine Flower In The Garden of Hindu Poets

As the jasmine flower is a jewel amongst the offerings to Bhagavan Shiva; similarly, Atukuri Molla is a jewel amongst the poets of the Telugu language. There are few today, who have heard of her or...

Navratri: Nine Philosophers for Nine Nights

Across the nine nights of Navratri, NHSF (UK) celebrates Shakti through telling the stories of nine female intellectuals from Hindu history. What can we, as Hindu students today, learn from the...

NHSF (UK) and the Armed Forces: Raksha Bandhan

Being an NHSF (UK) student, it was a great honour in being able to take part in celebrating Raksha Bandhan with the Armed Forces in Leeds on the 1st of September. I was in talks with Sgt Allison...

Student Spotlight: Committees’ Experience Day 2021

Growing up as a Hindu in the UK has been a beautiful, enlightening and confusing experience, to say the least. Every time I questioned my parents about ‘Hinduism’, and there have been many times,...

Student Spotlight: July Committees’ Day 2021

In the Bhagavad Gita, Bhagavan Krishna explains to Arjuna that change is the law of nature. Even though our emotions, perceptions, and surroundings are inconsistent, it is of human nature that we...

Swindon Hindu Mandir broken into and vandalised. Again.

A murti of Ganesh Ji lays amongst the vandalisation, after being thrown onto the ground, upon the shoe rack.​​ With deep regret, we wish to inform our students that Swindon Hindu Mandir was...

King’s College London: Dharmic Prayer Room

The National Hindu Students’ Forum (UK), on behalf of the thousands of Hindu students across the country, would like to congratulate King’s College London Hindu Society in pioneering the opening of...

Hindu New Years (II)

If you haven't seen it yet, please do check out our Part 1, where we have showcased the New Year celebrations for Hindu communities who mark their months on the basis of the Lunar calendar! Every...

Coronavirus Guidance November 2020

 

NHSF (UK) Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for Hindu Societies – correct as of Monday 9th November 2020.

What do I do if a Hindu Society member tests positive for Covid-19? Read our Guidance below to find out.