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Hindu Council of Australia is a peak body organisation founded in 1998 with an aim to create a strong and unified Hindu community in Australia. Since HCA was founded, it has been acting as a representative of the Hindu community in Australia in dealing with the federal, state and local governments, apart from reaching out to other Hindu organisations and institutions.

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Hindu Council of Australia’s mission is to work for a strong, cohesive and active Hindu community in Australia, aiming to live in harmony with other religious and cultural communities while also devoted to preserving, promoting and sharing Hindu faith, culture and traditions with others in the society.

 

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Trials for 4 AYUSH formulations against Covid-19
Minister of State for AYUSH, Shripad Naik said he is hopeful that traditional medicines will show the way to overcome the Covid-19 pandemic. This type of study never happened in our country. These four candidates are – Ashwagandha, Yashtimadhu (Mulethi), …
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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 children) with social distancing of 1.5 meters apart and 4 sqm per person are permitted. Temples are encouraged to keep …
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Guduchi The Ayurvedic immunity booster
By: Dr. Naveen Shukla, BSc, B. A. M.S (Bachelor of Ayurvedic medicine and Surgery), Founder Director of Nature care Ayurveda,Vice president of Australasian Association of Ayurveda(AAA), State representative of AAA for NSW. The scientific name: Tinospora Cardifolia, Is one of …
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Hindu phobic USCIRF, Breaking India Forces
By: Shashi Holla, Perth, Western Australia. No government after independence was so bold, decisive and out of the box in their approach when the Indian government cleared a bill on revolutionary CAA (Citizenship Amendment Act) with a majority vote in …
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Vishnu Temple of the Hindu Shahi in the Pakistani region
By: Wali Khalil. There is a 1500 years old Nandna Fort and Vishnu temple, at Baghanwala, Pind Dadan khan Pakistan. The word Nandna means ‘Lord Vishnu’s garden’, in Sanskrit. Nandna Fort and temple always had a beautiful fruit garden at …
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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 Paravastu, the council’s director of community services, told SBS the hotline designed to help all Australians who are struggling, both …
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ABC appreciates HCA’s Spiritual impulses: Charity
Many of the world’s religions encourage generosity towards others – in some traditions, charity is a religious obligation. But whether or not you are a person of faith, religious charity is something we all have a stake in. Here in …
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COVID-19: REGISTRATIONS FOR STRANDED INDIAN NATIONALS
Indian nationals stranded in Australia due to COVID19 and with compelling needs to travel to India are advised to register themselves and submit required details in the following link https://forms.gle/C7jRsygd52wbgxnn9 Those nationals who have individually contacted the Mission/Posts earlier for …
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Help Kerala fishermen from Covid-19
By: Rajesh Venkatesh, Sewa International Australia. During the time of deluge that had devastated Kerala continuously for the past 2 years, the fishermen’s community has played a pivotal role as saviors, participating in rescue operations at the risk of their …
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Hindu council recommends CovidSafe
Australia’s Prime Minister has called upon everyone in Australia to download and install “CovidSafe” app on your mobile phones. Hindu Council strongly recommends everyone to do so. Many of you would have heard of ArogyaSetu app in India to help …
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