Anu Vaidyanathan: Bridging cultures through comedy and courage

Anu Vaidyanathan is a filmmaker, comedian, and engineer. In 2009, she made history as the first Indian triathlete, male or female, to complete an Ironman Triathlon.

“Free to Be Me”

As Rishi Sunak, the first British Asian Prime Minister of the UK, campaigned for the Conservative party last month, he hailed the UK as the “world’s most successful multi-ethnic, multi-faith democracy” during a visit to a Hindu temple.

Remembering Shri Khodidasbhai Dhamecha on his second death anniversary

The strong foundation of heritage, philanthropy and service built by Shri Khodidasbhai Dhamecha is an inspiration for future generations and our communities. 

Tribute to Pravinbhai Sangani: Community pioneer and Renaissance Man

Pravinkumar Girdharlal Sangani, a well known figure from Birmingham’s Hindu Community passed away in Australia last week, aged 77, after a short illness.  

Twelve is a creative response to a shocking statistic from the Metropolitan Police: In the UK on average each year twelve women are murdered by family members in so called ‘honour’ killings.

The British Hindu Manifesto (BHM) was launched by Trupti Patel, President of Hindu Forum of Britain (HFB) at the ‘Dharma Rising’ conference organised by the British Board of Hindu Scholars (BBHS) and the National Council of Hindu Temples (NCHT)....

Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Blakenhall, Wolverhampton is being sued for allegedly discriminating against elderly and disabled worshippers. The Sikh Forum of Wolverhampton is leading the lawsuit after worshippers in wheelchairs were allegedly...

The Hindu community of Britain has expressed urgent need of a Hindu temple in Swindon in South West England.In the absence of any local temple, the Hindus of the area, have to visit London (about 80 miles) and Birmingham (around 84 miles) for...

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