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National Hindu Students' Forum (UK)

Annual Conference 2005: Relationships – Do They Add Up?

November 28, 2005 |

Annual Conference 2005 Relationships 1

Date: Saturday 26 November 2005

Relationships. They add up.

De Montfort University, Leicester

10:00 am – 6:00 pm


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20 October 2005 – Diwali Message from Tony Blair

October 20, 2005 |

10 Downing Street London SW1A 2AA



I am pleased to send my best wishes to the Hindu, Sikh and Jain communities in Britain who are celebrating the festival of Diwali.

Diwali, the festival of Lights, is observed right … Read More

“Should all Hindus be vegetarians, or is this an individual choice, free from religious beliefs.”

December 20, 2004 |

Bhavesh Mistry

Nowhere in the thought or action of our Hindu Dharma, or way of life, do we ever say, “you MUST do this!”, or, “you MUST not do that!”. This is in all aspects of our lives, like in the society, in the home and even in the kitchen. Food is of great importance to all beings. It is essential for life. For plants, animals and for humans. Therefore it is importance that we understand and appreciate what our ancestors, texts and traditions felt about food, and why these ideas seem to be timeless.

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