HAF's Year-End Event 'The Power of Law'
is December 2nd

Our country’s legal system can be a powerful tool in the face of defamation, Hinduphobia, and religious liberty violations. But you have to know how to use it smartly. Join us for the least-boring legal conversation you'll ever have.

 

Tell Congress: Condemn Hindu Persecution in Bangladesh

The attacks on Hindu villages, destruction of homes and religious sites, and the violent videos of Hindus being slaughtered in the streets continues today.

 

12 Things you need to know about Hinduism

The collection of traditions that compose modern-day Hinduism have developed over at least the past 5000 years, beginning in the Indus Valley region, in what was the largest civilization of the ancient world.

 

10 things you need to know about the swastika

In Sanskrit, the word swastika is a combination of ‘su’ (meaning ‘good’) and ‘asti’ (meaning ‘to exist’)

 

What's the purpose of the bindi?

Hindu tradition holds that all people have a third inner eye. The two physical eyes are used for seeing the external world, while the third focuses inward toward God. The red dot is a reminder to keep God at the center of one’s thoughts.

 

HAF's Year-End Event
'The Power of Law'
is December 2nd

Our country’s legal system can be a powerful tool in the face of defamation, Hinduphobia, and religious liberty violations. But you have to know how to use it smartly.

Join us for the least-boring legal conversation you'll ever have.

 

Tell Congress: Condemn Hindu Persecution in Bangladesh

The attacks on Hindu villages, destruction of homes and religious sites, and the violent videos of Hindus being slaughtered in the streets continues today.

 

12 things
you need to know about Hinduism

The collection of traditions that compose modern-day Hinduism have developed over at least the past 5000 years, beginning in the Indus Valley region, in what was the largest civilization of the ancient world.

 

10 things to know about the swastika

In Sanskrit, the word swastika is a combination of ‘su’ (meaning ‘good’) and ‘asti’ (meaning ‘to exist’)

 

What's the purpose of the bindi?

Hindu tradition holds that all people have a third inner eye. The two physical eyes are used for seeing the external world, while the third focuses inward toward God. The red dot is a reminder to keep God at the center of one’s thoughts.