NSW Chapter

Hindu Council has been very active in NSW from its inceptions. Its featured activity is celebration of Diwali event every year which is attended by over 20,000 people every year. Here is a list of some of the main activities of the NSW Chapter of Hindu Council of Australia.

  • Deepavali festival with burning of Ravan effigy
  • Deepavali in suburbs
  • Holi celebration in suburbs
  • Janmashtami in suburbs
  • Hindu Chaplaincy in hospitals
  • Hindu benovolent fund to provide financial help to people in distress
  • Participation in Youth Parliament of World’s Religion
  • Karma Kitchen to feed homeless people
  • Interfaith activities
  • International Yoga Day
  • International Women’s Day

HBF sends help to Fiji Cyclone victims

Fiji has been hit by a series of cyclones causing floods and havoc. Hindu Benevolent fund of Hindu Council of ...
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Liverpool police community engagement

By:Somesh Sibal Liverpool police community engagement program was attended by Somesh Sibal of the Hindu Council of Australia's Chaplaincy team ...
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Pad Yatra A pilgrimage walk to temples in NSW Australia

By Sai Pravastu Paada.yatra, pilgrimage to the temple by foot has started this time on auspicious #Chaitra #Purnima (full moon ...
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HBF Fund Raising Event – LOVE you Zindgi 19th May 2018

Hindu Council of Australia (Sydney) in Association with Bandeesh Group presents its fund raising event LOVE you Zindgi, a Bollywood ...
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HBF Fund Raising Bollywood Musical Journey

Hindu Council of Australia along with Bandeesh group is arranging a Bollywood Musical Journey. Par tof the profits from the ...
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Breaking Bread at Blacktown Harmony Day

Hindu Council of Australia participated in Breaking Bread (having a meal together, or starting a meal) initiative as part of ...
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Paad Yatra – A Pilgrimage Temple Walk in Sydney

Paada Yatra is on this Friday , 30th March and as always have 3 walks (short and full) 1. Sydney ...
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New Lions club president talks up Hindu Benevolent Fund

By: Ashwani Jain The Lions Club Sydney Indian activities recently held a meeting in which the incumbent new President Mr ...
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A profile of Hindus in NSW

In 2016 there were 181,409 people in New South Wales who had a religion of Hinduism. There was a 51.4% ...
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Hindu Council honours BAPS Swami Maharaj

Hindu Council of Australia presented a Certificate of Honour to His Holiness Mahant Swami Maharaj of BAPS Swaminarayan the sixth ...
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International Women’s Day 2018

Hindu council of Australia together with Parramasala invites you to celebrate International Woman's Day at Parramatta, Prince Alfred Square. Sunday, ...
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Religions for Peace 1st NSW meeting 2018

Mr Vijai Singhal of Hindu Council of Australia attended the quarterly meeting of the Religions for Peace(RfP), NSW Chapter of ...
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Chaplaincy Information session

An information session for prospective Chaplains was organized by Hindu Council and Global Organization for Divinity (G.O.D) at the later's ...
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Multicultural NSW Consults Religious Leaders

Multicultural department of NSW held a meeting today with various religion's leaders. The meeting was attended by over 20 people ...
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Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, a campaign in India that aims to clean up the streets, roads and infrastructure of India's cities, ...
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Seeking Hindu youth for participation in Youth Parliament of World Religions 2018

Hindu Council of Australia has been invited to participate in this years Youth Parliament of the World's Religions (Youth PoWR) ...
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Bratabandha ceremony by Napalese Hindus 4th March

Nepalese Hindu Society of Australia is organising a mass bratabandha ceremony for the very first time in Sydney on 4th ...
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International Women’s Day 11th March

International Women's Day 11th March ...
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