Mission Statement and Objectives
Hindu Sevika Samiti, through its activities, encourages girls and women to learn, practice and preserve universal Hindu values, to build self-confidence, cultivate a sense of social consciousness and achieve all round development in order to face the challenges and rigours of the modern era. This we hope will lead to individuals who proactively contribute and eventually become integral members of the culture, society and country in which they live.
YOUTHS PAY TRIBUTE TO DR. KALAM 27th July 2015 “He was the most popular President who loved and inspired youths till his last breath,” commented Chandra Kant Sharma while paying tribute to the late Dr Abdul Kalam at the annual Youth Leadership Course organised by HSS UK in Leicestershire on Monday 27th July 2015. Addressing […]
International Day of Yoga, supported by HSS UK Yoga is a 5,000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice having its origin in India, which aims to transform both body and mind. On 11 December 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared 21 June as the International Day of Yoga. HSS UK are excited to support a […]
Priya Bandhugan, It was extremely saddenning to know about the demise of Man Shri Satyanarayanji, our former Sanghchalak of UK. Shri Satyanarayanji – RAYURU to his friends in Bharat, was in indifferent health for the last couple of years and also he was past 90. His passing away thus rather was in a natural course; […]
A few weeks ago, we hosted our Annual General Meeting commencing our 24th year in existence and I wanted to share with you some of our greatest successes from the past year. Below you will see a link to our annual press statement that highlights these key successes over 2014-15 and key positions changes for […]
Sewa UK, launches an appeal to help and support the victims of the unprecedented earthquake in Nepal and Northern States of India. The magnitude of the earthquake was a devastating 7.9 on the Richter scale. By the time this appeal is issued, the numbers are rising and from more areas. It is believed that the […]
This exciting event was held on Sunday 12th April in Leeds with sankhya of over 100. Activities included family activities as well age wise activities. Yoga, khel, workshops facilitated by Dr. Sachin Nandha, a magic show, bhajan, geet, a movie on Krishna Bhagwan.
Hindu Women’s Convention (HWC) is a project of Hindu Sevika Samiti, which seeks to provide a platform to connect, inspire and empower Hindu women in the UK through the exploration of Hindu values. There is currently a survey being carried out to try and understand the most pressing issues that are at the forefront of […]
Bharat always has a special place in my heart; I have been there so many times with my family, seeing different states of our motherland. This year, after my GCSEs, I decided to visit Bharat with Connect India – a voluntary organisation that aims to connect participants on the programme with the everyday lives of […]
Smt. Priya Vikesh Vadukar and Puja Chandegra took overall charge of the ‘Run/Walk in the Park’ event on 16th November in Birmingham in aid of fundraising for Golmuhar School for the disabled. All the details including permission in the park, sponsorship forms, publicity, marshalling, health and safety etc were their responsibility. They took the challenge […]
Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh UK hosted an interactive event on 21st Sept 2014 at the Swaminarayan Temple, Stanmore. Shri Dattatreya Hosabale highlighted the circumstances in which the RSS started in 1925 and what its core principles and vision for the new dawn looked like for India today. Attended by all major Hindu organisations of UK, the […]
I am the Change This year marks the 5th Anniversary of Sewa Day and many more projects were undertaken across the country. Below are accounts from Bradford’s Harkrishanji on the success of Bradford nagar’s sewa day, and from Borehamwood’s Simran Solanki on the concept of Sewa itself. Bradford Sewa day From the start of Sewa […]
This year’s varg theme was ‘Vishwashanti Pravartakay’ meaning let world peace be obtained. With each day the shikshartis would learn new skills and would openly air their views, opinions and concerns; they learnt how to be adaptable, made new friends and settled into the new environment very quickly, even though they may have felt […]