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The Hindu Hub (THH) is a non-profit spiritual organization committed to promote the ancient wisdom revealed in the Vedas.The organisation's principles are guided by the philosophy of the Vedas and its allied scriptures. THH also pioneers the usage of the Pancakosha Model of the Veda as its foundational pedagogy.


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The Birth of The Hindu Hub

Written on Tuesday, 31 March 2015 09:21 in Blog
The Birth of The Hindu Hub

We are grateful for your support during the last two years, in growing Science of Living as an organization, where we learn together, connect, share and celebrate as a community with strong foundations in Dharma, Seva and Knowledge. We have been running regular classes, doing service activities, documenting our learning and finding ways to refine all our lives. Thank you for being part of this beautiful movement. With the combined strength, energy and passion, it seems right for us to take the next step. We believe that we can do more, in the fields of learning and service if we focus more on building our community and creating a welcoming platform for every one regardless of race, religion or ethnicity. With this in mind, we have rebranded Science of Living as "The Hindu Hub". The new website will be launched on the 14 Apr 2015.


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Gayatri Mantra - Power beyond words!

Written on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 20:03 in Blog
Gayatri Mantra - Power beyond words!

Gayatri Mantra appears in the Rig veda (3.62.10), attributed to the great Sage Viswamitra. This mantra is composed in a very auspicious metre named Gayatri (8 syllables x 3 lines) and hence the name Gayatri Mantra, the original name being Savitri Mantra. There are many Gayatri Mantras in Hindu scriptures, but Savitri Mantra is of special significance and superiority according to the Gita and endorsed by the Upanishads.


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The Hindu Hub Events

Yoga In Hinduism

Yoga In Hinduism

Yoga is often presented today as a practice or philosophy that can be differentiated from the Hindu tradition. We have also seen in the recent years debates from the secular and the religious spheres, each arguing their case. In this session you will learn about the rise of yoga and why it has become the subject of numerous debates. And also learn if Yoga is indeed a Hindu practice or not.

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Monday, 07 September 2015

07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Om Vedic Heritage Centre, 2nd floor Hall

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Meditation in Hinduism

Meditation in Hinduism

Meditation involves effort to regulate the mind to be more focused. There are numerous ways to meditate which enhances health, happiness and calmness of the mind. In Hinduism, our favourite deity’s form can be used as the focus of meditation. This brings a greater appreciation on the form of the deity. Come and learn the way to cultivate this practise into your life style.

Event Info

Monday, 14 September 2015

07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Om Vedic Heritage Centre, 2nd floor Hall

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    Artha Network - Connecting Entrepreneurs & Businesses

    Wealth creation and economic progress go hand in hand with spirituality in Hinduism. In fact a life of abundance in wealth and enjoyment is superior to any other pursuits from the point of societal contribution, in comparison with other life styles - as long as the pursuit is guided by Dharma. The Hindu Hub contributes to wealth creation and business success though The Artha Network.

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    Artha Network - Connecting Entrepreneurs & Businesses
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    World Institute for Hinduism

    The academic wing of The Hindu Hub is WISH - World Institute for Hinduism, born out of necessity to offer credible scripture based systematic learning path and credentials to aspiring students of Hinduism. World Institute for Hinduism runs certificate, diploma and degree programs in various aspects of Hinduism, trains teachers, moulds leaders, conducts research and publishes for a global audience.

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    Centre for Yoga and Vedanta

    Centre for Yoga and Vedanta CYV is a centre devoted to the needs of those who have clearly identified Moksha as their life goal. It is primarily focused on the assimilation of Self-Knowledge (atmajnana) and other allied contemplative practices taught in the Vedas and Upanishads.

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The Hindu Hub Upcoming Event

Unique Science of Hinduism

When : Monday, 31 August 2015

Time : 07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Venue : Om Vedic Heritage Centre, 2nd floor Hall

Fee : Always FREE since 2010!

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The Hindu Hub Videos

Gayatri Mantra Chanting

Gayatri Mantra appears in the Rig veda (3.62.10), attributed to the great Sage Viswamitra. This mantra is composed in a very auspicious metre named Gayatri (8 syllables x 3 lines) and hence the name Gayatri Mantra.

Mrtyunjaya Stotram

Mrtyunjaya Stotram is a meaningful stotram composed by the Sage Markandeya. Each of the verse describes Lord Shiva with multiple words which are loaded with meaning. The names of Lord Shiva not only describe him or recounts his pastimes but also provides opportunities for deeper contemplation on the essence of Lord Shiva.

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