31 Days of Hindu American Appreciation and Awareness

In this special month-long series, a short snippet of Hinduism appreciation and awareness will be displayed day-by-day.

 

Diwali is a Hindu holiday known as the “Festival of Lights” and widely celebrated in India and across the diaspora

Diwali is October 24th this year. We invite you to celebrate with our revamped Toolkit, which has more information about why Diwali is celebrated and activities to do at home with your young learners.

 

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.

 

California is unconstitutionally misrepresenting Hinduism & we're suing them.

"Stopping caste-based discrimination is a worthy goal that directly furthers Hinduism’s belief in the equal and divine essence of all people, but wrongly tying Hindu beliefs and practices to the abhorrent practice of caste discrimination undermines that goal, violates the First Amendment rights of all Hindu Americans."

 

31 Days of Hindu American Appreciation and Awareness

In this special month-long series, a short snippet of Hinduism appreciation and awareness will be displayed day-by-day.

 

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.

 

Diwali is a Hindu holiday known as the “Festival of Lights”

Diwali is October 24th this year. We invite you to celebrate with our revamped Toolkit, which has more information about why Diwali is celebrated and activities to do at home with your young learners.

 

California is unconstitutionally misrepresenting Hinduism & we're suing them.

"Stopping caste-based discrimination is a worthy goal that directly furthers Hinduism’s belief in the equal and divine essence of all people, but wrongly tying Hindu beliefs and practices to the abhorrent practice of caste discrimination undermines that goal, violates the First Amendment rights of all Hindu Americans."