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    Swami Vivekananda – an Intuitive Scientist, A brief from the book written by T.G.K.Murty in 2012  (Vijai Singhal)
    Five rights of Passage for Hindus explained by Pandit Sri Rama Ramanuja Achari

    India has been built by saints, yogis and fakirs: Yoga guru Ramdev

    Share this page on : Lucknow, Mar 29 (PTI) India has been built by saints, yogis and fakirs, not by any king or emperor, Yoga guru Ramdev said today. “Yoga has been an inalienable part of our culture. No king or emperor has built India or shaped its destiny. In fact, India has been built [...]

    The Hindu Temple and Cultural Centre 30th Birth Anniversary Celebration

    Share this page on : Saturday 25 March 2017 – Sunday 14 May 2017    To celebrate HTCC 30th Birth anniversary, a number of divine activities are planned to share Hindu values and traditions by way of various rituals, spiritual and cultural programs and a focus on Japa Yoga for the manifestations of Divinity enshrined in [...]

    Interfaith Forum Adelaide

    Share this page on :  An Interfaith Forum on Education and Religion was held on Sunday February 19, 2017 at the Payneham Library, 2 Turner Street, Felixtow. Over 60 people attended the Forum .  The Forum started with a Puja of Maa Saraswati – the Hindu Goddess of knowledge, music, and art, followed by a [...]

    Swami Vivekananda – an intuitive scientist

    Share this page on :Swami Vivekananda – an Intuitive Scientist A brief summary of the book written by T.G.K.Murty in 2012 on 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami ji. (Vijai Singhal) Follow Hindu Council of Australia on Social media :

    Sri Ganesha temple Adelaide all set for expansion

    Share this page on :Sri Ganesha temple in Oaklands Park to spend $600,000 on expansion HINDUISM AUSTRALIA  Apr 2, 2017 THE Sri Ganesha Temple in Oaklands Park is planning a $600,000 expansion so its Hindu community can host bigger events and classes.The Hindu Society of SA has lodged plans with Marion Council for the work, [...]

    Hindu Rights of Passage – Samskaras

    Share this page on :The purpose of life is a gradual training in spiritual-unfoldment. All of life is a ritual and a sacrament and every phase of one’s physical evolution should be sanctified for service of the Divine. By means of the Saṁskāras, the mind is reawakened to the Ultimate Goal in life which is [...]

    Hindu Council of Australia (Victoria) organised multi-faith event

    Share this page on : Melbourne 28th March.  Hindu Council of Australia (Victoria) organised a multi-faith event on the occasion of Hindu New Year which commenced on 28th March 2017. This event was held on 2 Apr 2017 at the Brighton Town Hall. The theme of the event was based on the New Year and [...]

    Dharma Is Not The Same As Religion

    Share this page on :Author: Rajiv Malhotra                 The word “dharma” has multiple meanings depending on the context in which it is used. These include: conduct, duty, right, justice, virtue, morality, religion, religious merit, good work according to a right or rule, etc. Many others meanings have been [...]

    The significance of Ganesha

    Share this page on : Vedas refer to Ganesha as Gana Natha, the group leader. Vedic civilisation is based on mass cultivation and group living. A variety of rice known as ShaliPrasta was cultivated seasonally. The paddy saplings would be placed in a field to season. When seasoned it used to turn yellow in colour [...]

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