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Sewa Day

Sewa Day 2016

Oct 16, 2016 |

Sewa Day is a registered charity and every year good-hearted people from across the world immerse themselves in selfless service. The project aims to show and inspire everyone involved what a huge impact regular Sewa (“selfless service”) can have on … Read More


Oct 30, 2015 |

4th of October 2015 marked the day when thousands of good-hearted volunteers gathered around the country to make a difference. Approximately 850 of those volunteers were members of National Hindu Student’s Forum (UK) volunteering on behalf of university chapters across … Read More

Paris Syndrome!

Oct 12, 2015 |

Yajur Shah NHSF (UK) National President

Ah Paris! If ever there was a city imprinted in our minds as that of beauty, romance and splendour, it would be that of Paris. It is a city where the worlds of … Read More

“Everyday will Be A Sewa Day”

Sep 23, 2015 |

Rhushabh Maugi Sewa Team

On 4th of October 2015, thousands of volunteers will gather worldwide to take part in International Sewa Day and all will experience the joy of giving in the truest sense through selfless service. This year … Read More

Real people, real projects, inspiring actions – Sewa Pioneers’ Award

Jun 30, 2015 |

Sonal Keshav NHSF (UK) National Vice President

Sewa Pioneers’ Awards held at Portcullis House on Wednesday, 24 June celebrated and honoured the great work carried out all over the UK and around the world on Sewa Day last year. The awards … Read More


Oct 28, 2014 |

Sunday 5th of October 2014, marked thousands of volunteers gathered worldwide to take part in International Sewa Day and experienced the joy of giving in the truest sense. This year National Hindu Students’ Forum (UK) had over 1200 student volunteers … Read More

Sewa Day: NHSF (UK) becomes the change

Oct 8, 2012 |

By Mehul Jivanji, Nandini Shah, Trishna Patel
NHSF Leeds

International Sewa Day – Sunday 7th, October, a day of selfless service without expectation. Thousands of people in the UK participated in voluntary projects to help relieve hardship and poverty, help the environment, bring joy to others, and be the change we wish to see in the world. National Hindu Students’ Forum UK (NHSF) were engaged in several projects locally in homeless shelters, temples, countryside parks and many more. This year Sewa Day has been recognised by the Prince of Wales, who “hopes that the spirit of service which Sewa Day embodies will continue to grow and bring happiness and satisfaction to everyone who is touched by it”.

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