Community Services

Hindu Council serves Australian community through its targeted activities.

  • Karma Kitchen serving free food to needy and homeless in Parramatta, NSW
  • Hindu Chaplaincy programs in Sydney and Melbourne
  • Conducts First Aid training course for community volunteers
  • Helps needy in emergency through Hindu Benevolent Fund
  • Sponsors Pada Yatra (walkathon) visiting various Hindu temples between Westmead and Helensburgh in NSW

Hindu Youth

Hindu youth has been participating in Youth Parliament of World's Religions (PoWR). Youth PoWR is by youth, for youth, with ...
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Paad Yatra or Walkathon to Temple

It is a HINDU tradition to “walk to a pilgrim” on special events / occasions and during in some festive ...
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Karma Kitchen

"KARMA KITCHEN" is an initiative taken by Hindu Council Australia to distribute free food to homeless and needy people in ...
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Rural outreach of Hindu Council of Australia

Hindu Council of Australia is a federation of Hindu organizations and has members in every state. As many Hindus have ...
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Hindu Arts

The Hindu Council of Australia and the Strathfield Council are hosting a unique ‘Diwali’ themed art exhibition at Strathfield’s High ...
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Hindu Ecology

Hindu Ecology Earth, in which the seas, the rivers and many waters lie, From which arise foods and fields of ...
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ANZAC JAWAN remembrance

By: Bhagwat Chauhan. We were working on some time to create a history, a small team of Ashwani Jain, Sanjeev ...
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Hindu Chaplaincy

Hindu Council proides Hindu chaplaincy services in hospitals, Jails and Universities to provide emotional spiritual counseling to University students. NSW ...
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Australian Hindu Temples

[tab name="ACT"] Hindu Temple & Cultural Centre, Canberra 81 Ratcliffe Crescent (Cnr. Connah St.), Florey ACT 2615 Ph: 02 6259 ...
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How to Get crisis help from HBF

Australia is dealing well in controlling the current Covid -19 pandemic situation, The threat of spreading Corona pandemic is minimised ...
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Kindness unmasked

By: Dhaval Gelani. COVID-19 has led to humanitarian crises affecting India today. Millions of daily-wage workers have lost their only ...
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COVID-19 Service to the needy

By: Prakash Mehta, National President. Hindu Council of Australia (HCA) through Karma Kitchen and Hindu Benevolent Fund have come forward ...
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Temples can open in NSW from Friday 15th May 2020

Temples can open in NSW from Friday 15th May 2020. Apart from the priest, up to 10 worshipers (including any ...
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SBS appreciated HCA’s efforts

When the pandemic hit, the Hindu Council of Australia set up a national hotline to assist those in crisis. Sai ...
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