Sewa International sponsoring school bags for poor in Karnataka

By: Rajesh. Sewa International. Sewa International, a member organization of Hindu Council of Australia,  has been sponsoring poor children from rural areas of Karnataka by sponsoring school bags with all stationery for an year. Our target is 500 kits and we have raised about 74 kits. We still need 426 kits yet to be sponsored […]

Government delays religious freedom bill until after election

Ben McEachen | April 10th, 2019 (Eternity News) But launches inquiry into anti-discrimination laws

ISKCON Bhoomi Puja ( Ground Breaking Ceremony)

By: Mona Swarup, Krishna Devotee. The grassland site at 217 Windsor Road, Vineyard was buzzing with activity since 8.00am on Sunday 31st March 2019. A team of enthusiastic devotees added final touches to the Bhumi Puja celebrations that were to commence in couple of hours.   A huge white marquee was set up with chairs […]

Australia plans to reduce the Migration Program ceiling by 15 per cent

Hindus are the fastest growing religion in Australia mainly due to migration of IT and other skilled experts. Now Australia plans to reduce its migration program. A statement by The Hon David Coleman MP MINISTER FOR IMMIGRATION, CITIZENSHIP AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS 21 March 2019 Good afternoon, I’m writing to you to update you on the […]

India Run Festival in Melbourne

By: Makrand Bhagwat. Hindu Council of Australia Victoria chapter alongwith other parivar organisations is supporting this India run festival. The tickets can be purchased by clicking on the link below –   https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/india-run-festival-tickets-55755093987   Please use code ‘HCAIRF’ for a 10 AUD discount on the tickets.  Every runner will receive a free T-shirt for the […]

ISKCON Bhumi Puja

Bhoomi Puja of the new temple of ISKCON on Sunday 31st March.

Parmahansa Yogananda kriya Yoga in Sydney

  Register below for this FREE Lecture and Guided Meditation by Sydney Centre of Self-Realization Fellowship   Free – Register by clicking here   Event Information Introducing the Kriya Yoga meditation practices of Paramahansa Yogananda, followed by a reception. About this Event We welcome Brother Devananda, a monk of the Self-Realization Fellowship Order (SRF), back […]

Navy officer honoured as role model at Gargi Awards

By: Navy Daily. Navy’s Principal Chaplain Colin Acton congratulates Lieutenant Kamala Sharma-Wing on her Gargi Award in the Defence, Police, Fire and Emergency Services category. Lieutenant Sharma Wing won the Hindu Council’s 2019 Gargi Award in the Defence, Police, Fire and Emergency Services category at a ceremony in Sydney. Lieutenant Sharma-Wing was excited to receive […]

Meet the Australian scientist who became a revered Hindu holy man

Twenty years ago, Sharabhang Giri was a Melbourne-based scientist who reluctantly went to India for a holiday. When he arrived, he was an atheist with no real interest in the country. “Someone brought me to India almost against my will. I had no plan, I got here completely by accident,” he recalls. Today, he’s a […]

Sri Ramakrishna Birthday Celebration

The pulsating, ancient sound of Vedic Chanting by the Vedanta Society Nuns launched this year’s public celebration of Sri Ramakrishna’s birthday celebration at Vedanta Hall. In his introductory comments to a panel session on Joy of Spirituality in the Light of Sri Ramakrishna’s Life and Message, Robert Grant observed that: “We’re surrounded by complicated, obsessive […]