Hey gobind, Hey gopaal at Gallipoli in the trenches

Indian soldiers fought along with Otago battalions from New Zealand during World War I. During Vaisakhi and on other days when blood, bullets, death and injury were raining, Indian soldiers would bravely celebrate their festivals using a tin can as a drum. According to two historians Harchand Singh Bedi and Harprabhjeet Singh Bedi of SBS […]

Pakistan’s 200 year plan to restore Hindu temples

Imran Khan, the PM of Pakistan has started a new project. The project is to restore Hindu temples back to Hindus so that temples can be restored and used for Hindu prayers. BUT there is a catch. Only two temples (of estimated total 400) will be restored each year. Is he genuine or is it […]

UK Christians help kidnapped Hindu girls of Pakistan

UK-based British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) has extended help to the family members of two Hindu minor girls Reena and Raveen who , in recent, past were abducted and forcibly converted to Islam and later married to Muslims men. [Click here to read more …]

Educational Heritage of Ancient India : A Talk by Sahana Singh

The Educational Heritage of Ancient India: How an Ecosystem of Learning Was Laid to Waste.

Hindu Council condemns terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka

By: Hindu Council of Australia. 23rd April 2019. Hindu Council condemns senseless attacks on worshipers in Sri Lanka. Press Release – HCA condemns Terrirost attack in Sri lanka   Be first to know about Hindu Council of Australia’s events, blogs and news. Sign up for a regular newsletter by entering your email address below: Leave […]

Hindu Council makes submissions on Religious Freedom

By: Hindu Council of Australia. Both Federal government and Western Australian governments have started inquiries that may affect religious freedom in Australia. Hindu Council of Australia has made a submission to both commissions, Religious Freedom Review, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Parliament House, Canberra and Review of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 WA […]

Hindus may suffer in Indonesia due to election

Many believe that the persecution of Hindus in Bali and human rights violation may be next on the cards.

Pak Hindus and Religious Freedom discussed at APRO

By: Surinder Jain, Hindu Council of Australia. A meeting of APRO (Australian Partnership of Religious Organisations) was held on 15th April. APRO is a national level Interfaith body. They aim to develop contacts with important institutions so that religious organizations can have a say in policy making. I raised the issue of attack on Hindu […]

Sanya’s List – Hindu Religious icons Sacraments

By: Hindu Council of Australia. Hindu Council of Australia has compiled a list of Hindu Icons that Hindus may wear on their body and which have spiritual significance. This list has been made to remove confusion among non-Hindus about what is sacred to Hindus. Hindu Sacraments worn on the body Hindu icons all year round […]

Hindu Council shows solidarity with Christchurch victims at Sydney Alliance

By: Surinder Jain. The Sydney Alliance brings together diverse community organisations, unions and religious organisations to advance the common good and achieve a fair, just and sustainable city.  They had organized a meeting of the community to show support for Islamic community after the Christchurch tragedy. Hindu Council was represented by its National Vice President, […]