Archives for September 2018

“witch hunt” against a wholly innocent and fully integrated British Hindu community?

    26th July 2018  DISSOLVING CASTE CONSCIOUSNESS   “The Governments announces its Caste Consultation conclusion  confirming that this is NOT “a real life issue”. Hindus & Non Hindus must now consider theoverwhelming evidence pointing to institutionalised “Hindu-odium” the colonialists hatred for Hindus.  The EHRC, The House of Lords, the Labour & LibDem leadership  must […]

Hindu History of Afghanistan

Hinduism today is only followed in India and small percentage of people in few other countries. But the Hindu kingdom until 900 CE was spread to a vast area including Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. Yes, Afghanistan was a Hindu kingdom which was dominated by Hindus and Buddhists. The Muslim invasion of the Hindu region began […]

Farmers helped during Walkathon to Temples

Hindu Council of Australia organized a Walk to Temples event in Sydney on 29th September 2018. Funds were raised for Farmers Drought Relief efforts during the walk. According to Walk organizer Mr Sai Pravastu, $850 were raised on the first day and $540 were raised on second and final day of the walk. More funds […]

Deepavali in Australia

Diwali 2018 celebrations in Australia

Sri Sitarama Kalyanam

Australian Hindus help environment

Watch how Hinduism inspires Australian Hindus to help protect the environment.      

Hindu peace philosophy explained at Ahamadiya Peace Conference

By:Tara Sharma. I attended Ahmadiyya Muslim community a Peace Symposium on behalf of Hindu Council of Australia. We were also represented a few weeks back, on their function on Eid festival. It was a good experience. There were people from other faiths too like Budhists, Sikhs, Christians from two faiths. There were political leaders too […]

Why do hundreds of South Koreans visit Ayodhya every year

Hindus join International Day of Peace celebrations in Canberra

Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture held a Multi-faith meeting on the occasion of the International Day of Peace, representing: Hindu, Christian, Islam, Buddhist and Quakers.

Kahuta Hindu Temple in Pakistan

This beautiful Hindu temple in Kahuta Pakistan hides a secret This fascinating Hindu temple in Kahuta Pakistan has a dark story to tell…In 1947, Kahuta had a population of 3500, with half of them Muslims, all living along the main junction of the ring road that went into Kashmir and looped back at the same […]