Hampshire and West Sussex Hindu Cultural Society was founded in 2011 originally as Hampshire and West Sussex Hindu Samajam by a group of enthusiastic people with the sole aim of preserving our age-old Hindu traditions.Ours is anon-profit voluntary organization dedicated to the principles of Hinduism.At our Samajam, we regularly conduct monthly Bhajans, where we sing devotional songs in all Indian languages. We also have a family get together every year.We organize religious and cultural functions, which includes celebration of festivals, lectures, music and dance performances by distinguished visitors and members of the local community on a regular basis to give our children and adults many opportunities to have a glimpse of the Hindu culture.
We regularly participate in charity work and have worked alongside many charitable trusts in the past. All ourkids are members of Balagokulam, where they learn to appreciate their cultural roots, learn Hindu values in an enjoyable manner and make good friends. They will also develop a sense of Sewa, Service to human kind. Our Samajam aims to promote inter-racial harmony and build a future generation appreciating Hindu values and traditions.
We offer music and dance performances by distinguished visitors and members of the local community on a regular basis
We organize cultural functions, which includes celebration of festivals, Yoga Day Etc.
We organize religious and cultural functions, which includes celebration of festivals, lectures
With the broad vision, our motto is
” LOKAH SAMASTHASUKINO BHAVANTHU ” meaning ”May all beingseverywhere in the world live in happiness andfreedom”.
The Hampshire & West Sussex Hindu Cultural Society strives to create an environment of unity whilst catering tothe social and spiritual needs of Hindu community encourages learning and discussion about Hinduism (”Sanatan Dharm”) amongst its members and wider community.