International Day of Yoga Celebrations

Love Yoga? This year, join our Yoga Teachers for 2 inspiring hours as we Celebrate International Day of Yoga with 5 events across Sydney! Yoga, Breathing, Meditation, Music, and stalls, ..and it’s all Free! Come and celebrate this special day with fellow yogis. Please bring your own yoga mat, if you can! Bring your water […]

Prime Minister – Opinion – Budget measures – Multicultural Australians

Prime Minister – Opinion – Budget measures – Multicultural Australians

India’s COVID19 saga: When the truth gets a backseat

By: Prof. Milind Sathye The alarming rise in COVID cases in India, its strained health care system, and gory details of mass cremations have occupied pages of global and India’s domestic media in recent months. But the Indian situation is no different from that in the other major comparable countries of the world. As a matter of fact, India […]

NSW Labor Leader Jodi McKay MP’s Private Members Statement regarding the current India travel ban

By: Jodi McKay, MP, NSW LABOR LEADER There are 173 Australian children stranded in India without their parents. Australian citizens have been told they face fines of up to $66,000 and five years in prison if they attempt to return home. No such bans were ever introduced when Australians returned from the USA and UK […]

LABOR MOTION CALLS FOR MORE HELP TO AUSSIES IN INDIA

MEDIA RELEASE BY LABOR SENATOR KRISTINA KENEALLY  DEPUTY LABOR LEADER IN THE SENATE  SHADOW MINISTER FOR GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY  SENATOR FOR NEW SOUTH WALES  MICHELLE ROWLAND MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR COMMUNICATIONS MEMBER FOR GREENWAY LABOR MOTION CALLING FOR MORE HELP TO AUSSIES IN INDIA PASSES SENATE   A Labor motion calling for greater help to stranded […]

VHP SANSKRIT SCHOOL – Dr GEOFF LEE

Dr GEOFF LEE (Parramatta—Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education, and Minister for Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans) (15:29): I recognise the great work of the VHP Sanskrit School in New South Wales. Today New South Wales has a robust Hindu community. According to the 2016 census 189,400 people in New South Wales identified as Hindu. […]

Minister Alex Hawke’s message to the Indian community

A message from the Hon Alex Hawke MP, Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services, and Multicultural Affairs.   I want to personally thank you on behalf of the Government for your frank feedback and support for India at this difficult time. I have provided this feedback directly to the Prime Minister and the National Security […]

Hon Hugh McDermott asks David Shoebridge for unreserved public apology to Hindus

Legislative Assembly Hansard – 05 May 2021 – Proof (nsw.gov.au) Dr HUGH McDERMOTT (Prospect) (20:07): I rise to speak on the work undertaken by Vishva Hindu Parishad [VHP] Australia. In the recent Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans budget estimates hearing, Vishva Hindu Parishad Australia was accused of being a far-right Hindu extremist organisation by Mr David Shoebridge. […]

Using Movies to Make Hindu Philosophy More Accessible

There are many Indian movies (e.g., Anand made in the 1971) that clearly have many aspects of Hindu philosophy. However, this is not relevant for those who have been brought up here in Australia. There are many Hollywood movies that can be used instead. While certain directors like George Lucas and Christopher Nolan have acknowledged […]

Prayer for Bharath @ NAMADWAAR

By: Jayanti Ramanan. We have organised Akhanda Maha mantra kirtan at NAMADWAAR coming Sunday 9th May between 10am-6-6:30 pm.

HSS Sydney Newsletter Q1 2021

HSS Sydney Newsletter Q1 2021

Lessons from the story about Trishanku

In the Ramayana there is the story of the noble king Trishanku. Because Trishanku was a good king, his soul was eligible to enter Devalok. However, he wanted to enter it with his body and requested the sage Vasishtha to perform the yagna to enable this. Vasishtha refused to do so because it was against […]

Vedic Samiti, Regional Temple in NewCastle

On Wednesday 3rd March 2021, we had a surprise (promised) visit by Hon Jodi McKay Leader of the Opposition, Member for Strathfield and Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism along with couple of local MP’s to Vedic Samiti, Newcastle. On the morning of 3rd Hon Jodi McKay along with local MP for Newcastle Tim Crakanthorp, Kate Washington […]

Religious Freedom Survey

We are conducting a study of religious people’s experience of religious freedom and discrimination, and of their attitudes toward lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, and other genders and sexualities such as queer (LGBT+). We are asking for your assistance in distributing this survey. We are distributing the survey through local religious congregations and groups. If you […]

Australian food labelling laws are extremely poor at pointing out if a product contains beef

By: Mark Trayling. I have noticed Australian food labelling laws are extremely poor at pointing out if a product contains beef.  For example, Allens lollies are largely made of gelatin and to my surprise, gelatin is often derived from beef. Indeed, gelatin is also sold separately at the supermarket for baking desserts etc and this […]

Discussion with Arif Aajakia – Pakistan, Its actions and the truth

You are invited to a Zoom meeting.   FRG Discussion with Arif Aajakia When: Feb 28, 2021 10:00 PM Sydney 09:00 PM Brisbane 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm India Register in advance for this meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUtdeuoqTgoHtdCenySG48AC8Rx1dNL998n   After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.   Hindu Council of […]

Aboriginal Spirituality and Hindu Faith

Aboriginal spirituality and Hindu Faith Australian aborigines claim to have lived here for over 50,000 years. Some estimates put it even to 65,000 years. Also, a study in 2013 at the Max Planck Institute by researchers, led by Irina Pugach suggested that Aboriginal genomes consist of up to 11% Indian DNA which is uniformly spread […]

Forced exodus of Hindus from Kashmir – Jan 19, 7:30pm – Hindi Gaurav Australia

Forced exodus of Hindus from Kashmir – The Black Day Forced exodus of Hindus from Kashmir – The Black Day, January 19, 2021 – 7:30 pm  

Panel discussion 18th Jan 2021 – Kashmir Ethnic Cleansing

Facts India Group (FIG- a Think Tank/ Policy Group will organise a Panel discussion scheduled for 18/1/21 (12-1 PM Australia time) to be released on 19/1/21- the day on which ethnic cleaning of Kashmiri pandits happened. Click here to Register for the event Panelist are Mr Tarek Fatah ( needs no introduction) Barrister Bhashani (ex […]

Stop bullying Australian diplomats says CIFA

Government rolls back COVID-19 restrictions in NSW

The 2sqm rule will be expanded and venue caps will be removed under a major easing of restrictions, as NSW continues to record zero cases of community transmission.   Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the timing is right to ease restrictions and replace the 4sqm rule with the 2sqm rule, except at gyms and nightclubs. “We are […]

LABOR CALLS FOR RESTRICTIONS IN PLACES OF WORSHIP TO BE EASED

JODI MCKAY MP NSW LABOR LEADER RYAN PARK MP SHADOW MINISTER FOR HEALTH  BRING BACK CHRISTMAS: LABOR CALLS FOR RESTRICTIONS IN PLACES OF WORSHIP TO BE EASED   NSW Labor is urging the Government to ease COVID-19 health restrictions in places of worship in the lead up to Christmas, one of the holiest days for […]

Vegetarian and veganism is on the rise, so why isn’t this lifestyle being supported in our children’s schools?

By: Emma Hurst, MLC, your representative for animal rights in NSW Parliament. A growing number of Australian children are not eating meat or animal products. Many now follow a vegan or vegetarian diet for religious reasons, environmental concerns, or distress over animal cruelty. This shift reflects recent research by Roy Morgan that shows 2.5 million […]

Why do Hindus blow Conch to start their prayers

According to our ancient scriptures, the conch (शंख) was the first thing that came out during the Churning of ocean (समुद्रमन्थन) by the Deities and Shri Vishnu held it in the form of weapon. The specialty of conch (शंख) is that the vibrations emanating on blowing it destroys the disease causing germs in the atmosphere. That is the reason it has […]

Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association in Granville

By: Gurpreet Kaur. My name is Gurpreet Kaur and I am one of the community connector project officers in Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association in Granville. In this project I am reaching out to Indian Community to raise awareness regarding the NDIS. I tried calling you on your number but I couldn’t reach you so I […]

Australian Hindu multicultural Association Inc

Australian Hindu multicultural Association Inc.   Registration No. Y1889432   & ABN No 42063175904   Established in November 1993 to promote Sanatan Religion, Hindi Language, Social Cohesion, Music, Art & Culture. Operates as SANATAN CULTURAL CENTRE TRUST & SANATAN MANDIR situated 1050 Richmond Road, Marsden Park. This property was bought by the Association in the year […]

Pre-history migration of Hindus to Australia

A study of Indigenous Australian DNA has found that Indigenous Australians may have mixed with people of Indian origin about 4,200 years ago. The same study showed that flint tools and Indian dogs may have been introduced from India at about this time.[10]  A 2012 paper reports that there is also evidence of a substantial genetic flow […]

Nature of God in Hinduism

An all-powerful (omnipotent) God, who is also benevolent, raises major questions. These include the following: 1. Why does a benevolent God allow evil or apparent injustice to exist? 2. Why did a perfect God create flawed beings? 3. If such a God controls everything do we have free will and, if so, why are humans […]

NSW Parliament fails to mention human rights of Kashmiri Hindus

By: Devender Jain. The News Item published in Pakistani paper Dawn on 7/8/20, refers:https://www.dawn.com/news/1572980 Basically, it welcomes a motion tabled in New South Wales Parliament of Australia, expressing concern over human rights violations and calling for respect to the right to self-determination of Kashmiri people.   I wish to throw some light on the above […]

Emma Hurst – Protecting animals

By: Surinder Jain. Emma Hurst, member of Animal Justice Party of Australia gave a talk to “Religions for Peace” interfaith group. The group has representative from all major faiths in Australia. Emma talked about how she became a vegetarian and is now fighting for justice to animals. She is in favor of legal provisions to […]

Shree Swaminarayan Temple Melbourne

MISSION Shree Swaminarayan Temple Melbourne is a Spiritual, Volunteer-Driven organization dedicated to improving society through individual growth by nurturing the Hindu Culture ideals of faith, unity, humanity, and selfless service. OUR HISTORY Humble footholds of the Original Swaminarayan Sampraday in Melbourne, Australia started with only three Kutchi Satsangi (religious) families. The first regular satsang sabha […]

Swaminarayan Mandir (ISSO) in Blacktown Sydney

By : Dr. Khimji Vaghjiani   * Initial history of the foundation of the organization   The Swaminarayan organisation is 200 years old, originated in Gujarat and believes in the reincarnation of Lord Krishna. The following has temples all over India and Internationally.   * Brief history of our Australian temple –    The temple in Sydney […]

Making Chanting Shlokas Relevant

These days most people question the reason why we perform various rituals, e.g., chanting various Shlokas. Asking them to “just do it” or not providing believable explanation will only result in them viewing these rituals with disdain. For example, explaining that one chants Shlokas to appease God so that one can get some immediate reward […]

A new era in Ayodhya, the birth place of “Lord Rama”

A new era in the history after 492 years of Sacrifices and Peaceful struggle of Hindus in liberation of Shri Ram Janmabhumi in Ayodhya. As you may have seen in the news recently, India is preparing for a ground-breaking ceremony to reconstruct a temple at Ayodhya city which is one of the most-holiest places for […]

Lighting a diya (ghee lamp)

Jai Shree Ram Hindu community made many sacrifices and put up a sustained peaceful struggle for over 492 years against invaders, to establish their rights to reconstruct Sree Ram Mandir, at the His birthplace in Ayodhya. This is a joyous occasion for the entire Hindu community across the world as this signifies the Triumph of […]

Leadership lessons from Ramayana

Leadership lesson from Ramayan for Children, parents, and teachers.Let your children witness the beautiful world of… Posted by Hindu Council Australia on Friday, 24 July 2020

Darwin celebrates Janmashtami 2020

Australian School of Meditation & Yoga along with the Hindu Council are pleased to announce the celebration of Sri Krishna Janmashtami. There will be kirtan, pure vegetarian feast, stories, dancing and much more. Ashraya, an amazing kirtan band, have been invited to lead the kirtan and devotional songs for this auspicious celebration. When: Saturday 15th […]

Hindus make masks for Australian Community

By: Sai Paravastu. masks are quite essential in the fight against #COVID, they play a crucial role in avoiding community spread. There was a huge shortage of masks in the early days. Seeing this need our volunteers from Hindu Swayam Sevaks in Queensland have taken an early initiative of stiching and distributing masks to taxi […]

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 a record of attendees especially those who have not installed CovidSafe app. All places of […]

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 the most valued and important Ayurvedic herbs for its multiple medicinal properties. It is also […]

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 assistance are also requested to register themselves using the above link.   It […]

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 stop spread of Corona virus. CovidSafe helps stop spread of Corona virus in Australia in […]

Victoria’s help to International students

International students will receive a relief payment of up to $1,100 as part of a Victorian Government emergency support package that will help tens of thousands of people across our state. International students are a vital part of our education system, our economy and our community. They give so much to Victoria – not just […]

Social distancing clarification for Temples

The department of Multiculturalism NSW is having regular meetings with faith leaders of all faiths to discuss any issues. In a meeting held this week, following points were discussed/reiterated : Baptism can have up to five people and funerals can have a maximum of ten people. These numbers include everyone on those premises. Places of […]

India’s Citizenship Amendment Act 2019

By Raghbendra Jha. This article argues that despite the media and mass movements protesting India’s Citizenship Amendment Act CAA), it does not strip any Indian of their citizenship. Rather, it provides refuge to persecuted minorities. The article provides historical context to the CAA.  It recounts that the seeds of India’s partition were laid with the […]

Research Survey on Mantra chanting by Macquarie University

By: Gemma Perry, Macquarie University’s PhD student and a yoga expert.   Name of Project: Online Survey about Chanting Chief Investigator: Professor Bill Thompson, Director of Music, Sound and Performance Lab, Department of Psychology  You are invited to participate in a study of chanting practices. We are conducting an online survey in order to find out […]

A Hindu center burns down in Australian Bush Fires

By: Sri Om Community. Sydney has a large Hindu population and there are about 30 Hindu temples, spiritual centers and senior citizen service centers to cater for their religious, spiritual and social needs. Sri Om community in Sydney had purchased land and installed their deities with regular worship by the community. Sri Om temple Brindaban […]

Spiritual retreat at Darama

Spiritual retreat at Darama. Please see details in the flyer attached.

AYURVEDA AND HINDU MYTHOLOGY

AYURVEDA AND HINDU MYTHOLOGY AYURVEDA-A LIFE SCIENCE MIRACLE Ayurveda is one among the oldest science which is completely accredited and it is practised with whole strength since 2000 years in south of Asia. While having a glance through history of Hindustan (India) we can see even their tradition and lifestyle is designed in such a […]

Spoken Sanskrit Workshop – Sat 21 Dec 10am-5pm

Dear Sanskrit Lovers, Please register at https://forms.gle/65cpZE6FxuxZ1Z388 Please feel free to discuss any question that you have. Please share this information. Thanks. Spoken Sanskrit Workshop संस्कृतकार्यशाला The HTCC Canberra & the Hindu council of Australia Eligibility: – A basic understanding of the use of cases (vibhakti) and simple tenses (lakaara) in Sanskrit will help. This […]

Grand Ceremony of Sri Srinivasa Kalyana @ Sydney In 8th Feb 2020 Saturday

* Grand Ceremony of Sri Srinivasa Kalyana @ Sydney In 8th Feb 2020 Saturday* Dear Devotees, With grace of Sri Hari Vayu Gurugalu and with blessings of *Sri Sri Sugunendra Theertha Swamiji,* *SVKVS* will be performing *Sri Srinivasa Kalyana for first time in Sydney.* The Grand Ceremony will be conducted in the presence of Swamiji […]

Srimad Bhagwad Katha in Hindi and Gujrathi

Srimad Bhagwad Katha in Hindi and Gujrathi. More Details as in the flyer attached.

Sai Sandhya and Mata ki Chowki program

Sai Sandhya and Mata ki Chowki program on Friday 22 November 2019 at Harvey Lowe Pavillion Hall, Doran Drive Castle Hill from 7 PM to 9 PM followed by Bhandara. More details as attached in the flyer.

Velukkudi Sri U.Ve.Krishnan Swami’s Spiritual Discourses Australia and NZ Tour 2019

Velukkudi Sri U.Ve.Krishnan Swami’s Spiritual Discourses Australia and NZ Tour 2019. Please contact the organizers for more information.

Blood donation drive across Australia

Hi All. We are pleased to invite you for your kind contribution for a Blood donation drive across Australia. The details are as in the flyer.

Yabun Matra – bilingual CD in Dharwal and Sanskrit

By: School of Vedic Sciences, Sydney, Australia. Dharawal (Thurawal, Dharawal, Wodiwodi) is an extinct aboriginal language of New South wales, Australia. During the International Year of Indigenous Languages (2019), Sydney based School of Vedic Sciences has published second edition of Yabun (mAtrA), the Dharwal Song Book. Although Dharawal is an extinct language, an aboriginal elder […]

How we worship – Religion in Australia, By: Emily Clark, ABC

By Emily Clark with photography by Brendan Esposito  ABC From organised religion to casual spirituality, faith in Australia is different to anywhere else in the world. Diversity — of people and their practice — is something only Australia can call a tradition. Despite our religious diversity, 66 per cent of respondents to the Australia Talks […]

Meditation Retreat on 17 November

Meditation Retreat on 17 November at Vedanta Hall, 15 Liverpool Road, Croydon NSW 2132

Samskrutotsavam 2019

By: Meenakshi Sreenivasan. You are cordially invited with your family and friends to attend the ‘Samskrutotsavam 2019’ 13th year celebrations organised by School of Vedic Sciences (Aust) Inc. This event showcases funfilled cultural extravaganza in Sanskrit. Sydney Sanskrit School School of Vedic Sciences (Aust) Inc. ABN 49 567 817 265 Date: Time: Saturday, 09 November […]

Vijaydashmi Utsav celebration Sydney Mahanagar

By: Manjunath. Please join us for Vijaydashmi Utsav celebration Sydney Mahanagar.

Vibrant Festivals Celebrating The Birth of Sri Krishna

National Sri Krishna Janmashtami Celebrations 2019 Every year the Australian School of Meditation & Yoga celebrates the most auspicious day of the year – Sri Krishna Janmashtami – with colourful, devotional festivities held across the country. Growing in size every year, Sri Krishna Janmashtami saw communities in Brisbane, Sydney, Gold Coast, Adelaide, Melbourne & Darwin […]

Guru Ka Baag in Canberra

Canberra Punjabi Sports and Cultural Assocation (CPSCA) invites you on a very spacial occasion of establishing Guru Ka Baag (Guru’s Garden) at  John Knight park, Townsend Place Belconnen ACT on  02 Nov 2019 to celebrate  * Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s* *550th Birth Anniversary*. CPSCA is planting *550 native trees * on this occasion. You can be part of this […]

Stand with India

One nation, one constitution spirit has become a reality now by abrogating of Articles 370 and 35A What was the reason behind revocation of Article 370 and 35A? The system that prevailed over the past seventy years had aggravated separatism and given birth to terrorism. It had encouraged dynastic rule and in a way strengthened […]

Pujya Grudevshri Rakeshbhai is visiting Sydney this October long weekend

Propounding the path of Bhagwan Mahavir and ardent devotee of Shrimad Rajchandraji (19th century Saint, poet, philosopher and spiritual mentor of Mahatma Gandhi); Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai is a spiritual luminary and modern-day mystic. He has illuminated thousands of lives across the globe with life-changing messages and self-less community & humanitarian services. Pujya Grudevshri Rakeshbhai is […]

Navratri

Australian Hindu Multicultural Association Inc. will be celebrating Navratri festival at Sanatan Mandir, 1050 Richmond Road, Marsden Park from Sunday 29th September to Monday 7th October. The programme will start at 7.00 pm. with. pooja followed by ,arti, recitals, kirtans and bhajans and it will end at 9.15 pm daily. Maha prasad will be served […]

Police case against visiting Hindu Guru dismissed

A New South Wales court has dismissed a case against a Hindu spiritual and Yoga guru Anand Giri Maharaj and termed him as Innocent in its judgement. The case was brought against him by two women devotees who alleged that he had touched them inappropriately. NSW Police investigated the case and decided that there is […]

First Hindu Deputy Mayor in Hills District NSW

By: Jay Raman, President, Hindu Council NSW Chapter. Hindu Council of Australia congratulates Reena Jethi on becoming Deputy Mayor. Councillor Reena Jethi has been elected as the new Deputy Mayor of The Hills Shire during the September 10 Ordinary Meeting of Council.   Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Michelle Byrne congratulated Clr Jethi on […]

Labor frontbencher says party must engage with religious voters

By: Judith Ireland, Sydney Morning Herald. Labor frontbencher Michelle Rowland concedes her party “didn’t get it right” with religious voters at the recent federal election and the ALP’s plans to increase access to abortion caused “genuine anxiety” for some people of faith. As Parliament prepares to consider the Morrison government’s religious discrimination laws, Labor’s communications […]

ISKCON Sydney gets $200,000 My Community grant

By: ISKCON Congregational Leadership team and Sydney Temple Council. Hare Krishna  Please accept  our humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada.  We have a very wonderful piece of news to share with you. ISKCON Sydney has been successful in it’s application for the ‘My Community Project’ grant of $200,000.  As yo would be aware that […]

The Places of Worship – Protecting Crowded Places Forum

By: NSW Police. The NSW Police Counter Terrorism & Special Tactics Command are hosting ‘The Places of Worship – Protecting Crowded Places Forum’ at the Western Sydney University Parramatta Campus on Monday 16th September 2019, 9-11:30AM.  Assistant Commissioner Mark Walton APM wishes to invite you or your representative to this gathering to receive updated information […]

ABC TV launches a new series starting with Deepavali theme

By: Anna Benjamin, ABC TV, Australia. The Unlisted Screening daily from 15 September at 5.30pm on ABC Me & ABC iview Dru Sharma avoids a mandatory dental check-up at school by persuading his twin brother Kal to go in his place. Later, when the twins are celebrating Diwali with their family, they begin to notice […]

FREE Evening of Wisdom, Music, Meditation with Swami Sadyojathah

This one-off evening is an opportunity for you to be in the divine presence of a world renowned yogi. The evening will provide a unique combination of deep spiritual knowledge, an opportunity to ask Swamiji any burning questions, music (Sanskrit chants) followed by an easy meditation that will leave you inspired, calm and connected. What […]

Only Modi has the ticker to revoke Article 370 and give justice to Kashmiri Hindus

By Vijay Badhwar Only the Modi Government could do this – to revoke Article 370 – a folly that had festered for 70 years, simmered and boiled over in two wars, for no benefit to anyone but a few politicians who brainwashed the simple Kashmiris into hardliners and terrorists to serve their selfish cause. The […]

Spiritual retreat with Pujya Rakesh Bhai

By: Dhaval Gelani. Spiritual retreat in Sydney with Pujya Rakesh Bhai. Srimad-Grace & Gratirude-Sydney Spiritual Retreat

Yoga Day Festival – United Nations 5th Annual International Yoga Day 2019

By: Janina Stokes, Yoga Teacher at asmy.org.au Rapidly growing in size every year, the iconic Australia wide Yoga Day Festival was wildly successful, engaging and fun. Bringing the community together for the United Nations International Day of Yoga, Yoga Day Festival was bigger and better than ever! Hosted by the Australian School of Meditation & […]

An Australia-Wide Celebration Of Sri Krishna Janmashtami

By: Manjari Fergusson, ASMY. One of the most auspicious and festive days of the year is upon us! Sri Krishna Janmashtami falls on Saturday, 24 August 2019, and is a time of worldwide jubilant celebrations to mark the birthday of Sri Krishna. These festivities can continue for weeks at a time, such is the enthusiasm […]

JANMASHTAMI BAPS Adelaide

A cultural program celebrating the birth anniversary of Bhagwan Shri Krishna featuring kirtans, spiritual discourses and dance performance by children and yout of BAPS followed by Maha Prasad

SRI KRISHNA JANMASTAMI CELEBRATION!

ISKCON HARE KRISHNA COMMUNITY & CULTURAL CENTRE INVITES EVERYONE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SRI KRISHNA JANMASTAMI CELEBRATION! FREE ENTRY! PROGRAM BHAJAN, GURU PUJA, ABHISHEKAM, ARCHANA, ARATI & CAKE

Benefits of Spiritual meditation

By: John Parrot, Relax Like a Boss. Spiritual meditation is one of the most rewarding and inspiring practices you can introduce into your daily routine.    

Anti-Hindu psuedo-Secularism of India

By: Shashi Holla, WA. Hindu phobic Secularism of India – A wonder of Modern World WHAT IS SECULARISM? Secularism is neither universal nor golden standard in the contemporary world. There are many non-secular states predominantly Islamic countries, Israel, the Vatican, and so forth. They enjoy equal clout in international affairs without being reduced to second-grade […]

An Evening with Sadhguru in Sydney

Sadhguru is a contemporary mystic whose passion spills into everything that he encounters. He imparts yogic sciences in a format easily adaptable to modern lifestyles, empowering individuals to transform their lives and take their destiny into their hands. This is an opportunity to be with Sadhguru for the first time in Sydney. This event offers […]

Pan-Australia Happiness Program with Sri Sri

An Exclusive Happiness Program which features a live online session with Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder of the Art of Living and Sudarshan Kriya breathing technique The Happiness Course is … > A 4 session, in person, immersive course. > 15 hours spread over 4 consecutive days (Thurs & Fri night and Sat & Sun […]

The most sought after multicultural event is back – Navrang!

Author: Asheish Gupta, Sri Mandir. NAVRANG 7th July 2019, 3 PM to 6 PM The Ponds High School, 180 Riverbank Drive , The Ponds NSW 2769 It is organised by the first Hindu Temple in Sydney, Sri Mandir, with an aim of acknowledging the rich heritage and culture all around us. As the evening will […]

Devi Sheetharam exhibition @ MARS Gallery

By: Lucy Kenyon. Currently MARS Gallery is showing beautiful new works from Indian artist Devi Seetharam as part of the ‘June’ group show, which I thought may interest you. Please find Devi’s artist statement below. DEVI SEETHARAM The purpose of this series is to visually narrate the tales of another culture, the historical context and […]

Hindu women saints songs on SBS radio

By: Gayatri Bharat. For the first time, SBS will broadcast a Hindu women saints based Indian classical musical series that I have produced.  (My page has more details about me.)   The series “mystic women” is about Indian HINDU women saints, their struggles, inspiration and the beauty of their songs.    Facebook promo s below. […]

Katha & Kirtan by Brij Balika Shree ji from Barsana, Bharat

Katha & Kirtan by Shree ji from Maan Mandir, Barsana on Saturday 6 July 2019 from 5.00-8.00 PM at HTCC Canberra. Sadhvi Shree ji is brought up under the guidance of a great saint Shri Ramesh baba ji Maharaj, founder of Mata ji Goshala and Maan Mandir Seva Trust in Barsana. Mata ji Goshala is […]

A selection of sayings on Yoga

By: John Parrott, Founder of Relax Like A Boss. 15 favourite yoga sayings.

Articles by Sri Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari

When we live a soul-cen­tered life we be­come a happy per­son, for to be with the spirit is to be in peace and con­tent­ment. If we live a ma­te­ri­ally en­grossed life, we face the storms of life with­out an an­chor. Our spir­i­tual be­ing, or soul, is the an­chor. Only a spir­i­tu­ally awak­ened per­son can dis­crim­i­nate […]

Articles by Sri Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari – Life Is an Opportunity! Don’t Miss It!

Bodhi Shuddhaanandaa (Formerly Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari) It is one thing to be happy when our expectations are fulfilled. But how do we sustain it? Can we keep the externals in our control all the time? Can we overcome the internal loop of anxieties and worries as we wish? How do we sustain happiness? Only when we […]

Rathayatra – Festival of Chariots

Everyone is Invited to the Rathayatra – Festival of Chariots. Ratha Yatra, is a procession of Lord Krishna in his form of Jagannatha, Lord of the Universe. The Festival includes street parade, Cultural Show and delicious Free Vegetarian feast in Liverpool. The decorated chariots of Jagannatha will roll down the main streets of Liverpool and […]

HSS Sydney Mahanagar Baudhik

Lecture and discussion by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh.

Divine Life Society of Australia – Spiritual & Yoga Insights – Canberra

Free Discourses & a unique opportunity to share the Spiritual, Yoga insights” of His Holiness Sri Swami Yogaswarupananda of Divine Life Society, Rishikesh, India.  

Divine Life Society of Australia – Spiritual & Yoga Insights – Brisbane

Free Discourses and a unique opportunity to Share the spiritual & Yoga insights” of His Holiness Sri Swami Yogaswarupananda ji, Divine Life Society, Rishikesh. Events scheduled from 23rd June to 27th June, Brisbane. Refer to attached flyer for details.

Inner Engineering with Sadhguru July 27-28 Melbourne

Sadhguru is coming back to Australia after a span of 7 years. There is a rare opportunity to learn a life transforming practice directly from him. You are invited to a unique opportunity to engineer an inner transformation that deepens the very way you perceive life, your work, and the world you inhabit. Created and […]

Tax office Scam Warning

By: Australian Tax office. Australian Tax Office has issued a latest warning and guideline for fake calls on behalf of ATO.

Shankar Ehsaan Loy Concert – Vedanta Fundraising

Fund raising for Vedanta.  

Yoga in South Hobart

Free Yoga @ the Goods Shed, Mac Pt Farewell Jyoti, Hello Sangita Yoga Philosophy Book Club this Friday Intro to Meditation starts 30th May       We’re sad to say that Jyoti is leaving us. She’s going to live a new life on Tassie’s beautiful NW coast. You won’t be surprised to know she […]

Sewa empowering community to crack their job in Australia

Crack your first job in Australia.

Divine Life Society of Australia – Swami Yogaswarupananda ji’s visit to Australia

Mark these dates (29th May to 9th July) and don’t miss out on this opportunity to be part of Special Satsangs, Yoga programs & Public Talks. Swami Yogaswarupananda Ji, Vice-President Divine Life Society, Rishikesh, is visiting Sydney from 29th May to 9th of July. On this occasion, Divine Life Society of Australia is organising a […]

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 […]