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Inseption, September Committees Day 2012

August 14, 2012 |

By Kiran Patel
Campus Coordinator

As National Hindu Students Forum (NHSF) (UK) committee members, interpersonal skills are constantly put to the test whether it is at local, national or international level. NHSF (UK) realise the importance of this and are therefore providing an opportunity for all committee members to a day dedicated to personal development, leadership building and public speaking.

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June Committee’s Day – Saturday, 23rd June 2012

June 11, 2012 |

By Kiran Patel
NHSF (UK) Campus Coordinator

As a new year begins for National Hindu Students Forum (UK), the organisation is busily preparing to host the first event of 2012-2013, the newly revamped June Committee’s Day. The event will enable committee members of affiliated Hindu Societies from across the UK to partake in a day of networking activities specifically designed to engage, empower and encourage the development of skills and the latest ‘know-how’ to kick-start a promising year ahead.

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IN-SEPT-ION

June 4, 2012 |

“building the foundation”

NHSF (UK) September Committees Day – Saturday, 08th Sept 2012

ABOUT SCD 2012

IN-SEPT-ION hosted by NHSF (UK), is a day dedicated to personal development and a networking opportunity for the incoming committee members at university chapters … Read More

Review, Reflect, Reinvigorate

April 4, 2012 |

Vishal Patel
NHSF(UK) General Secretary

A whole year of hard work and dedication has passed and looking back at the year, I am filled with a great sense of contentment. To many people within this organisation, the work we do comes naturally and forms a part of our daily duties. I am proud to have been a part of this organisation whilst it celebrated 20 years of existence, and a look forward fills me with a great sense of hope and excitement.

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Central Zone Ram Dhun 2012

March 6, 2012 |

By Kiran Patel
NHSF (UK) Central Zone Coordinator

The National Hindu Students Forum (NHSF) UK ethos has always been to protect, preserve, practise and promote Hindu Dharma; this has been established through national events such as annual conferences to weekly chapter events such as Arti and chintan sessions. However, for the flame of Hindu Dharma to be carried forward, we as the Hindu samaj need to progress by sustaining and supporting what the Hindu students do.

The 20th anniversary of NHSF (UK), also known as Arise Arjuna has taught Hindu’s across the UK that in every single one of us there is an Arjuna, we have to arise and awake the Arjuna within us. The year-long celebration has seen various projects and events from the national mela and garba to personal initiatives such as doing daily practises of reading scriptures or doing true sewa regularly.

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South Zone Ram Dhun 2012

March 6, 2012 |

By Suraj Bhanot
NHSF (UK) South Zone Coordinator

The 25th February 2011 will always hold a special place in the hearts of south zone committee members and chapters a like, for it was the first time since Subrang Garba 2007 that the zone gathered for a spiritual event. The event took four months of hard work, perseverance and dedication from both south zone committee members and other National Hindu Student Forum (NHSF) UK national committee members in order to ensure the success of the first ever south zone Ram Dhun. It was a personal objective of mine to ensure that in our 20th anniversary year, a Dhun would be held for our chapters in the south and the wider community. North and Central Zones had set the bench mark for such events and I wanted to ensure that south zone entered with a bang!

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NHSF Brunel Talent Show – DESIRE

February 13, 2012 |

By Jalpesh D Patel
NHSF Brunel Media Officer

Months of planning by the NHSF Brunel committee came together on Wednesday, 25th January 2012 as the Hindu society show cased a spectacular evening; displaying Brunel University’s diverse talent and creativity on campus. A wide range of students from a variety of cultural backgrounds presented unique performances during the event, hosted in one of the university buildings on campus.

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Victory for Hindu Students at University of East Anglia

January 21, 2012 |

By Sneha Patel
NHSF (UK) Campus Coordinator

On the 18th January 2012, Hindu students at the University of East Anglia (UEA) woke up to the cheerful news that fixed drop-in times would now be allocated for them at the University Chaplaincy – allowing them to practice their faith to its full extent. 

In the past, the University had prohibited Hindu students from placing icons in the Chaplaincy, with the justification that this would offend students of other faiths. At the same time, the Hindu society at UEA (NHSF UEA) was faced with the dilemma of competing with other groups and societies in booking University rooms for weekly worship events. 
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Hindu Lawyers Association Launch Event

November 17, 2011 |

By Ambika Sharma
NHSF Legal Team

The 27th October 2011 was an auspicious day for many Hindus as it marked the beginning of a new year, and with this came the launch of the much anticipated Hindu Lawyers Association (HLA). The event took place at the stunning offices of CMS Cameron McKenna in London, and opened with a Ganesh pooja performed by Milen Shah of Chinmaya Mission (UK), which provided the perfect foundation for this associations launch event.

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NHSF (UK) kick starts Diwali 2011 at The Houses of Parliament

October 20, 2011 |

By Kartik Bharadia
Vice President NHSF (UK)

On 19th October 2011, NHSF (UK) was invited to celebrate Diwali 2011 at The Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London. The event on its 10th Anniversary saw various high profile parliamentarians attend and share a few words with the attending delegates. Amongst those present were Leader of the opposition party Ed Miliband, Eric Pickles Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Sayeeda Warsi Co-Chairman of the Conservative party and Yvette Cooper Shadow Home Secretary, only to name a few.

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