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Hindu Organisations, Temples and Associations Forum hosts meeting after 2 years of interruptions

Hindu Organisations, Temples and Associations (HOTA) Forum hosted a meeting of over 20 organisation executives and representatives on Sunday 25th September 2022 after being postponed...

Hindus celebrate Navaratri with fervour as British MPs and police finally take steps against intimidation

Stern action by the British government, though a bit late, against widespread violence directed at Hindus in Leicester, intimidation in Birmingham and Coventry has...

Sanya Malhotra plays Holi with Rangoli colours in Shoppers Stop’s latest ad; says, make “new rules” to celebrate “jashn”

The onset of Durga Puja or Navaratri signifies the beginning of joyous times for Hindus gearing up for religious festivities. On the other hand,...

Hindu youth circumcised in mosque, force fed beef and forcibly converted to Islam, 11 booked: Karnataka

An FIR has been filed against 11 people in connection with forcefully converting a Hindu youth to Islam in Hubballi city, police said on...

New Jersey politics and the attack on Hindu Americans: A historical lesson

In the Mahabharata, Yudhishthira is quoted as saying, “Forgiveness is dharma. Forgiveness is sacrifices. Forgiveness is the Vedas. Forgiveness is the sacred texts… Forgiveness is...

Justice delayed and denied: Why Kashmiri Pandits are losing faith

For the past five years, the Supreme Court has rejected three petitions of Kashmiri Pandits seeking justice for the killings and forced exodus. Each time...

Bangladeshi cricketer Liton Das gets hate for posting Hindu festival greetings, again

Bangladesh is a country that was freed from the yoke of Punjabi Muslim oppression and genocide with the help of Hindu-majority Bharat. But the...

Christian nuns spit on & burn images of Hindu deities: Sambhal, UP

Contrary to the carefully-cultivated image of Christian clergy as 'loving and gentle' that is drilled into our minds through films and popular media, the...

How Durga Puja is celebrated in Kolkata and its Cultural Significance

Bharat is a land of festivals, more so Bengal where the common refrain of ‘Baro Maash, Tero Parbon’ (Twelve Months with Thirteen Festivals) is...

Action Highlight: Temple and Festival Safety in light of Hinduphobic attacks in the UK

With Navaratri and Deepavali coming up very soon, and the ensuing gathering and celebrations these holy days bring, this is extremely important to read. Many...

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