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Despite five attacks this year, Hindu temples in the US are growing in spirit and scale

Despite five attacks this year, Hindu temples in the US are growing in spirit and scale

If you read between the lines of the vandalized signboard in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, you’ll see more than just 60 bullet holes perforating the blue sans serif lettering that reads ‘Hindu Temple’. The punctures, though ominous, do little to threaten the place of the Hindu temple – in Forsyth County, and the rest of America. [...]

August 14, 2015 HHR Archives, Global Hindus 0

One Man’s Strange Path from N.Y. Jew to Hindu Honcho

One Man’s Strange Path from N.Y. Jew to Hindu Honcho

In 1968, only six years after founding the AEPi chapter at his Long Island University campus, Steven Silberfein took one of the thousand names of the Hindu god Vishnu and became Sridhar Silberfein.A year later, the one-time Jewish fraternity brother escorted the Hindu teacher Swami Satchidananda to the stage at Woodstock to deliver an invocation [...]

May 24, 2013 HHR Spirituality/Culture 0

My Road to Hinduism by Vincent Bruno

My Road to Hinduism by Vincent Bruno

While In ‘secular ‘ India Hinduism is often portrayed as being backward, irrational , anti woman and is ridiculed as an obstacle standing in the way of progress. Where the ‘progressive’ West is shown to be the standard template to copy and follow. But meanwhile in the real West Hinduism is on the rapid rise. [...]

April 19, 2013 HHR Archives, HHR Videos, Spirituality/Culture 0

Raising a Hindu Kid in New York

Raising a Hindu Kid in New York

 Note. Personally cant really see any problem when most of the HHR team are all born in the West and are not only proud Hindus but Hindu activists as well ) How do you teach your children about religion, particularly your own? Are the parents responsible for this vital task, or should they call in [...]

April 10, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights, News updates 0