- Activities of Hindu Forum of Europe 2. World Environment Day
- COVID 19 Latest update country wise(Europe) with photographs
The WorLd Environment Day Program was held on 9th June 12.00 pm onward EU TIME for three hours. There were 12 speakers from different countries. The inaugural address was given by Her Highness First Vice President of European Parliament Ms Mairaid McGuiness. She highlighted the Biodiversity strategy being followed by Europe to restore the Environmental Challenges. Her Grace Sister Jayanti talked on the Three Basic Principles of Non-Violence, Compassion & Respect which can bring inner peace. All the speakers highlighted how to safeguard our environment in different ways. This ...Continue Reading →
The World Environment Day is being commemorated on 9th June (Tine UK time 11.00 AM onward and Europe time 12.00 noon onward). The Vice President of European Parliament and UN-based Christiana Fegerus (on the picture above) and other distinguished speakers will be sharing their thoughts on Environment in the wake of COVID 19 with all of us. This is going live stream in FB, HFE website and YouTube. You are specially invited to join the virtual meeting to personally interact ...Continue Reading →
Hindu Forum of Europe has been working continuously to represent Europe in the International Scenario of Religious network and Faith leaders. After successful liaising and skilful participation and representation, the President of Hindu Forum of Europe has been awarded the following accolades & achievements to serve the society. Please find attached the details of achievements along with photographs.
Throughout the COVID 19, Dr ...Continue Reading →
This document aims to support public health preparedness planning and response activities on the safe handling of bodies of deceased persons with suspected or confirmed COVID-19: at the site of death, during transport, storage and preparation before burial/cremation, and during burial/cremation.Continue Reading →
Across the European Union, countries, regions and cities are stretching out a helping hand to neighbours, helping those most in need.
Covid-19: solidarity among EU neighbours
From donating ventilators to taking in critical patients, EU countries are doing their best to help each other in the corona crisis.
The outbreak of the coronavirus is affecting all countries and member states and the EU are determined to tackle it together. This support is not only in the form of donations of essential medical ...Continue Reading →
Dear friends, family, community and fellow Hindus,
It is the first time in modern times that humanity is challenged with such a worldwide pandemic endangering people around the world, people of every origin, every religion, every class and every colour. Power-play by nature itself and one should wonder why this is happening, how it is happening and what we can do to bring it to a full stop.
What a virus (invisible) can do? A virus is a natural thing, an ...Continue Reading →
At the end of December 2019, Chinese public health authorities reported several cases of acute respiratory syndrome in Wuhan City, Hubei province, China. Chinese scientists soon identified a novel coronavirus as the main causative agent. The disease is now referred to as coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and the causative virus is called severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). It is a new strain of coronavirus that has not been previously ...Continue Reading →
On behalf of everyone at Hindu Forum of Europe, I would like to express our most sincere sadness at the passing of Shri Srutidharma Dasji who was our spiritual leader. In this time of great sorrow, please know that HFE is with Bhaktivedanta Manor and our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Srutidharma Dasji was the Temple president at Bhaktivedanta Manor and has been diagnosed with a form of brain cancer couples of months ago. The news was unexpected as there ...Continue Reading →
With the European Parliament set to debate and vote on a motion tabled by a large chunk of its members against the Citizenship Act (CAA), India has issued a warning. Official sources in New Delhi told PTI that the EU Parliament should not take actions that call into question the rights and authority of democratically elected legislatures. “The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is a matter entirely internal to India and the law was adopted through democratic means after a public ...Continue Reading →
The NEW year brings some good News:
Dr Lakshmi Vyas has been ELECTED Exe. Member of INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S CO-COORDINATING COMMITTEE of RfP International. (Religion for Peace).
Dr Vyas will represent Europe at the Head Office, New York.
The first meeting was held in December 2019 in New York.
Hindu Forum of Europe, MEP Neena Gill along with other Parliamentarians and Indian Embassy, hosted the Diwali celebrations in European Parliament for the fifth time amidst a lot of jubilation and cheers from the estimated hundred and more audience present in the Member’s Restaurant on 9th October 2019.Continue Reading →
THE HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
Tuesday 6 November 2018
An event under the patronage of the Embassy of India in Rome.
On the occasion of Dipavali (or Diwali), the Hindu Festival of Light , symbol of the good that destroys the darkness of ignorance and selfishness, the Italian Hindu Union – Sanatana Dharma Samgha (UII) – in collaboration with the Embassy of ‘India in Rome – offers an entire day dedicated to Indian culture. The main purpose of the event is to celebrate, like many other capitals of ...
The Hindu Forum Luxembourg (HFL) opened the doors to its new centre at 219 Rue de Beggen in June.
The HFL was created by 21 members of the Hindu community in Luxembourg from India, Nepal, Mauritius and Sri Lanka last September, and the centre hopes to welcome new European members in the Grand Duchy and the Greater Region.
The premises contain a Pooja Room designated for prayers and meditation, but the centre will also teach children about Vedanta (Hindu philosophy) and be ...Continue Reading →
The Hindu Forum of Europe congratulates Lakshmi Vyas for the award Woman of the Year given to
her on 16th of July 2018 by the British Indian Awards.
The awards acknowledged and rewarded the efforts of the British Indian community across sectors ranging from Entrepreneur of the Year to Best in Creative Industries.
The event is run yearly by Oceanic Consulting an ethnic consulting and promotions organisation in the UK, who were shortlisted at the Asian Media Awards 2017 for their work in the Marketing and ...Continue Reading →