Here are links to useful websites
Hindu Council UK
The National Council of Hindu Temples UK (NCHT) was established in 1978. It is the oldest and one of the largest Hindu umbrella bodies linking over 200 Hindu Temples and Faith Organisations and works with them for the benefit of the Hindu community across the UK.
The Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB) is the largest representative body for British Hindus with over 420 member organisations from different regions around the country. HFB’s activities are broadly divided into three areas: public affairs and community consultation; capacity building and project development; and interfaith co-operation and relations to help build a cohesive and inclusive Britain.
City Hindu Network is a non profit-making organisation created to promote networking, education and charity amongst Hindu professionals in London. We aim to inspire others to learn more about Hindu philosophical thought, build lasting relationships and networks, and contribute to the sustained betterment of our community.
Ganesh Utsav / Ganesh Chaturthi is the celebration of the birth of Lord Ganesh, son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Lord Ganesh is known as the God of Wisdom and Remover of Obstacles. The festival lasts for 10 days, during the festival, the general public gather and are involved in puja (prayers), dancing and singing, and general worshipping of Lord Ganesh.
Dwarkadhish – OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF JAGAD MANDIR
Hare Krishna Mandir
Hilfield lane, Aldenham
Near Watford, Herts
(for Sat-Nav use WD25 8DT)
Tel: 01923 851000
Shree Jalaram Mandir – Woodford, London, UK
Hindu Temples in USA
Colouring for Hindu kids
Bhagwad Geeta is the wisdom given by Shree Krishna
Website dedicated to providing Sankar to children, a great collection of children’s stories and everything that a all childeren should know.
Times of India
Maher Community UK
Lohana Community UK
Shree Wanza Community Leicester
Sri Bardai Brahmin Samaj (Leicester) UK