Be active Do Sewa "A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depend on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving." – Albert Einstein – US Physicist & HumanitarianSewa IntroductionThe world as we see it Click here to view the NHSF Sewa Presentation – Visual Introduction. This presentattion also has some background music and is best viewed with the music. You can download the music file here. Place the music file in the same location as the presentation and it should automatically link with the presentation.The National Sewa TeamMeet the teamNHSFVision, Events, Campaigns, Affiliations, Support, Contact What is Sewa?Meaning, Definition, Dharma, Scriptures, History Types of SewaPersonal, Global Community, Animals, Plants, Nature Levels of SewaIndividual, Family, Community, Charities, Corporations, Government Specific OrganisationsSewa International, Ekal Vidalaya, Indicorps The National CharityModern ApproachesEducation, Politics, Theology Get Involved! Join the Sewa TeamNHSF is looking for enthusiastic, organised and lively students to join the sewa team. The sewa team as part of NHSF aims to encourage and educate the concept of sewa amongst all university societies across the UK. If you’re interested in joining the sewa team then please contact us here.
By Sweta Mehta
Sewa Co-ordinator, NHSF (UK)
What is Ekatva?
Ekatva means the spirit of Oneness. It is a dance and drama production based on Mahatma Gandhi’s principles, performed by sixteen underprivileged children coming from some of the largest slums in Ahmedabad, India. These sixteen children have been trained and developed by mentors from Manav Sadhna, who have partnered with the internationally renowned dance academy, Darpana Dance Academy.
By Sweta Mehta
NHSF Sewa Team
Each year NHSF chapters raise money through a variety of different methods for a Local Charity and a National Charity. The money raised is split 50:50 for the two charities enabling an impact to be made at a community level and a national level. Since all NHSF chapters donate 50% of the money raised towards one National Charity this allows a large sum of money to be donated to the National Charity which can make a substantial change to this organisation.
By Anup Prajapati
NHSF (UK) Finance Team
Saturday 10th September 2011 marked the launch of two national organisations working together to save lives. At National Hindu Students Forum’s [(NHSF) (UK)] September Training Day, the student run sector of Anthony Nolan Marrow held a donor recruitment event to enable Hindu students from across the country to join the blood stem cell register and potentially save someone’s life.