HSS UK – A Vision in action.
A registered charity working in the UK since 1968. It has developed and runs as a voluntary organisation with weekly youth leadership training centres across the country. It has over 65 branches and conducts health & fitness, cultural and character development. 1200 youth aged between 6 to 30 and elders aged between 30 -70 come together on a weekly basis, participating in local, regional and national events, such as inter branch sports competition with over 600 attendees.
Shri Krishna Janmashtami Celebration brought almost 100 to shakha and to celebrated this great event by dancing, geet and fun. The highlight was the pot breaking attempt by first Balagokulam and then by Swayamsevaks. On 20th September – Ganesh pooja was observed. Over 50 took part in annual Balagokulam Ganesh clay modelling. Some amazing talent […]
With Cycle4Sewa making its 4th Annual appearance, it’s definitely an event that’s catching on. From last year such with Manchester adding to the list of venues, this year saw the addition of third venue Birmingham. A total of 540 people attended at the 3 venues, most with cycles and headgear, raring to enjoy the event. […]
PRESS STATEMENT – 4th August 2015 Click here for PDF Press Release Dame Asha Khemka DBE praised the Youth Leadership Training and character building activities of HSS UK while addressing over 950 packed audience in the blazing open air sunshine at the concluding function of the Sangh & Samiti Shiksha Varg (SSV), a 9 Day […]
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 […]
A brief released by Sewa International Nepal on 18th May 2015 in Delhi Nepal Earthquake: Relief Report & Rehab Plans The disastrous earthquake on 25th April caused widespread devastation in at least 12 districts of Nepal and some parts of Bharat. It is believed that more than 15000 people have been killed by the earthquake […]
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; […]
MANANEEYA SATYANARAYANJI IS NO MORE (26 March 1925 – 12 May 2015) A saintly person departs for heavenly abode Mananaeeya Shri Mattigud Chandrasekharaiah Satyanarayana, popularly known as Satyanarayanji, is no more. He passed away in Bengaluru around 11am (IST) on Tuesday, 12 May 2015. He was 91. For the last few days he was not […]
UNESCO director general Irina Bokova said that yoga is in the list of elements to be considered by the Intangible Heritage Committee for inscription on UNESCO’s register. Bokova told “a lot of my friends have benefitted immensely both spiritually and physically by practising yoga in difficult times. It is a unique living tradition of Bharat. […]
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a portal for the International Day of Yoga on 10th April at Paris, describing the ancient Bharatiya spiritual practice as capable of awakening a sense of oneness. Flanked by UNESCO Director General Irena Bukova, Modi officially launched the www.Idayofyoga.org website after addressing a gathering at the UNESCO headquarters that included […]
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 […]
Hindus will become the world’s third largest population by 2050, while Bharat will overtake Indonesia as the country with the largest Muslim population, according to a new study. According to the Pew Research Center’s religious profile predictions assessed data released on Thursday, the Hindu population is projected to rise by 34 per cent worldwide, from […]
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 […]
Not far from Hoi An, is My Son, a UNESCO World Heritage site, once the location of the ancient Hindu Champa civilisation and its majestic complex of temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. Originally the religious and political capital of the Champa kingdom, the complex was built around the third or fourth century […]
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.
The Second Rashtriya Sewa Sangam organised in Delhi from April 4 to 6 brought together more than 3,000 delegates representing over 700 sewa organizations engaged in various types of sewa activities in all states and the bigwigs of corporate sector. True to the theme of the Sangam ‘Samaras Bharat, Samridha Bharat’, this Collective Social Responsibility […]
On Friday 10th April, the MP for Reading West, Alok Sharma visited the children of Reading Balagokolum at the temple. On arrival, he was greeted and told about the aspects of Balagokolum and saw at first hand some exercises and khel activities. He was given a tour of the temple where he met panditji and […]
Hindu Religious & Service Centre under the auspices of Hindu Council of Kenya, are feeding 9,500 children in 26 rural slum schools. The mid-day meal feeding takes place from Escarpment to Kitui everyday from Monday to Friday. On Tuesday 20th January, the group visited two schools in Kawangware: Excellence Children Centre and Sija Children Center […]
On Sunday 23rd of November 25 members of the Hindu Community group came to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trusts flagship site – Attenborough Nature Reserve. The group split into 3 subgroups which consisted of a group that did a guided walk around the site, a group that did some practical conservation work, habitat and scrub control, the […]