Sewa Week started in Ilford 13 years ago. This then became Sewa Day as the popularity increased. Last year saw 75,000 participate in 25 countries.
On Sunday Britons witnessed the launch of Sewa Week Samosa Event. Its objective was to improve relations and understanding between communities, friends and colleagues, give joy and raise money for charity. It is a way to show the community at large the selfless or sewa contribution of British Hindus.
The uniqueness of the Sewa Week's initiative is that there is no set costs for the samosas or drink...people can put in as little or as much as they like.
Samosa Events this week will be at Monday Clayhall Nursery, Tuesday NHS Communty Health Team, Wed Natwest Barking and Thursday Lincolns Inn Homeless Place.
There will be at least one Samosa Event per month- first Wednesday usually. Bookings have already been taken for the next 6 months.
If you would like to organise such an event please email [email protected] uk to participate