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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.


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Repeal of 377A – Conversations Needed

Written on Friday, 05 October 2018 08:13 in Blog
Repeal of 377A – Conversations Needed

Hindu scriptures have discussed the existence of a third gender (trtīya prakrti) alongside the genders of male and female. The third gender includes LGBTQ and has as many as 20 variations. The recognition of all the three genders have been found in Hindu medical texts, texts of jurisprudence and soteriological texts. This informs Hindus to not measure human dignity and worth by sexual orientation, fertility or the features of our body and instead to respect all beings. Hence Hinduism promotes a happy and cohesive society where no one feels harmed and instead our differences are respected.


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Has Vedanta Eclipsed the Diversity of Hinduism

Written on Tuesday, 13 June 2017 06:05 in Blog
Has Vedanta Eclipsed the Diversity of Hinduism

What is the ONE WORD that has become synonymous to Hinduism?

Yes, you guessed it right. It is Vedanta.

In my 20 years of Seva in the Hindu community locally and studying the development of Hinduism across the world, one thing appeared very clear to me. And that is the over exposure to the teachings of Advaita Vedanta and its allied school, Yoga.


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Thirukkural: The Book of Ethics from Thiruvalluvar

Written on Tuesday, 28 February 2017 15:04 in Blog
Thirukkural: The Book of Ethics from Thiruvalluvar

Tamil literature is a vast subject that has hardly been properly dealt with and explored into by the world. If only we take a peek at the immense amount of knowledge and wisdom that is present in the Tamil literary works, we would be able to grasp the true potential of this untapped gold mine. In that attempt, we explore into the ancient, more than 2000-years old literature called Thirukkural, which is a product of the Sangam period of the Tamil history.


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Dasamahavidhya – Ten great revelations

Dasamahavidhya – Ten great revelations

Dasamahavidhya literally means ten great revelations or knowledge. What are the ten great knowledge and how is it seen? The knowledge is seen in the form of Goddesses which are worshipped secretly in some form of sects. Come and explore what these knowledge means and how it is seen in the form of Goddess Devi. What is the real meaning of the forms and why is it worshipped secretly? This topic will be shared over two sessions. Don’t miss it.

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Monday, 12 November 2018

07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, 6th Floor

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Plant A Tree

Plant A Tree

Let’s make our Bhumi greener and cleaner with beautiful bodies of green lush trees. In fact, in our Hindu scriptures, it is stated that it is our duty to plant trees and to protect our environment. As we know it, trees are essential to life. From being the natural habitat of animals and birds to providing us with fresh oxygen.

We have pledged to plant trees because every tree we plant is a breath of life.

Let’s come together and join forces. Start digging and planting towards our future. The Hindu Hub will be donating and planting two trees. Join us with your family!

 

“One who plants and protects the trees full with flowers and fruits for the sake of other beings, he will certainly attain the ultimate.” VarāhaPurāṇa

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Saturday, 24 November 2018

08:30 am to 11:00 am

Pelton Canal

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    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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    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

Dasamahavidhya – Ten great revelations

When : Monday, 12 November 2018

Time : 07:30 pm to 09:00 pm

Venue : Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, 6th Floor

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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