Important Notice: Change of Contact Email

We regret to inform you that our previous email address, generalsecretary@hinducounciluk.org, has been hacked and compromised. As a precautionary measure, we request you to stop using this email address immediately and remove it from your records.

Please update your records with our new email address: generalsecretary@hinducounciluk.org.uk

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We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

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Hindu Council UK

about us

Hindu Council UK was founded in 1994 for all Hindus domiciled in the United Kingdom, combining all the Hindu faith denominations, whilst representing various Hindu communities and Hindus from different parts of the world settled in the United Kingdom. It’s main purpose was to give the UK Hindus an effective voice on policy matters with the Government of the day whilst enhancing mutual understanding among the major faiths predominant in the UK. Hindu Council UK is itself a non-partisan faith organisation.

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Our Work

The work that the Hindu Council UK undertakes falls into two separate but connected categories, viz: the interfaith commitment through the Inter Faith Network of the UK and the review of policies affecting Hindus through a consultation process with the Government of the day.

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Interfaith Network

There are various dialogues among different faiths that occur continuously throughout the year by way of Leaders of all major faiths meet centrally at the Inter Faith Network regularly throughout the year, and Local level inter-dialogue meetings are held throughout the country to promote mutual understanding for a harmonious co-existence.

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Government consultation

Along with other major faith councils, Hindu Council UK is invited to consult on Government policy from time to time . The consultation processes take place in agreement with the Inter Faith Network and Hindu Council UK input and feedback from a Hindu point of view. Various Government departments are involved, particularly the Home Office and Department of Trade and Industry.

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Communication

Communication is considered to be of the utmost importance and Hindu Council UK’s policy is not to limit itself to its member organisations but to reach every Hindu interested in community service so as to encourage input on legislative and policy matters at the widest scale possible.

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News & articles

Joint faith group response: religiously and racially motivated sexual grooming gangs

Joint faith group response: religiously and racially motivated sexual grooming gangs

FAO: The Rt Hon Suella Braverman KC MP, Secretary of State for the Home Department, As UK faith representatives, we support the ongoing efforts of Home Secretary Suella Braverman, who, in the face of some considerable hostility, has courageously spoken out about the over representation of British Pakistani men in sex grooming gangs operating around …
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HCUK statement in the light of events in Leicester

HCUK statement in the light of events in Leicester

Hindu council U.K. are deeply concerned with the acts of violence in Leicester over the weekend. We condemn damages to Hindu temples which are a place of worship and should not be disrespected. We call upon the Hindu community to work with the authorities to bring calm and peace as Leicester is renowned for its …
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Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022

Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022

It is with a deep sorrow and sadness on behalf of the Hindu community we represent that The Hindu Council UK pay tribute to the Queen. Today we are mourning the loss of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, our longest serving monarch. For 70 long years, through great achievements and great challenges, the Queen’s steady …
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Our Events

The Hindu Council UK are supporting the Act F.A.S.T campaign

The Hindu Council UK are supporting the Act F.A.S.T campaign

Act F.A.S.T. Stroke Pratima & Tarun’s stories remember to think and act F.A.S.T….. The Hindu Council UK are supporting the Act F.A.S.T campaign to raise awareness of strokewithin South Asian communities. This Public Health England campaign is also supportedby the Stroke Association. There are more than 100,0001 incidents of stroke each year in the UK …
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Interfaith Vaccination Awareness Event

Interfaith Vaccination Awareness Event

NHS doctors and Community leaders have played a vital role during the pandemic. As we approach end of 2021, we are delighted to present our 2nd webinar Keeping Communities Safe. Booster and second doses will protect the progress we have already made through phenomenal vaccination programme, ensuring communities remain safe. People are encouraged to come …
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What is Hindu Council

Hindu Council UK represents an amalgamation of various Hindu denominations in the UK through their temple bodies an d cultural organisations.

It’s main purpose was to give the UK Hindus an effective voice on policy matters with the Government of the day whi lst enhancing mutual understanding among the major faiths predominant in the UK.

Hindu Council UK is itself a non-political faith organisation.

This is not our charity’s aim to persuade people who to vote or to support or oppose any particular party.

We urge our community to go out and vote to the party which they consider will best serve The nation and their community.

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