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HSS annouces tenth annual "Health for Humanity Yogathon"!
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HSS annouces tenth annual "Health for Humanity Yogathon"!
 Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh USA (HSS) announces the tenth annual "Yoga
for Health, Health for Humanity Yogathon" or "Surya Namaskar Yajna".
The 16-day event aims to create awareness about Yoga and its
advantages in achieving a healthy body, mind and spirit. Surya
Namaskar integrates simple Yoga postures in 10-steps that, along with
easy breathing technique, can provide immense health benefits to both
the body and the mind.

Each year Hindus worldwide celebrate January 14th as Makar Sankranti
- a day that marks the change of season as the sun enters the sign of
Capricorn or Makar. Makar Sankranti ushers in longer days; thus, the
festivity symbolizes sunshine in life. To mark this occasion, HSS has
organized the "Yoga for Health, Health for Humanity" Yogathon from
January 14th to January 29th 2017.

Vijaya Dashami Greetings!
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Vijaya Dashami Greetings!

We wish you and your family a very happy Vijaya Dashmi!  This is one of the grand festivals that the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh celebrates each year, as it marks the victory of good and righteousness over evil.  As you know, we Hindus enthusiastically and joyfully celebrate this special occasion, in myriad different forms, on the 10th day in the month of Ashwin or Kartik (September-October).

On this auspicious occasion we would like to share our annual report with you. Please take a moment to know more about exciting activities and events from the last year and invite you to participate at a shakha near you!

HSS celebrates Guru Vandana across the United States!
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Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh has been displaying this appreciation for our teachers here in the United States through the Guru Vandana program, an annual event which offers Hindu students an opportunity to honor and recognize their teachers and their role in shaping who they have become. These programs consist of inviting educators to our shakhas and honoring them in our Hindu tradition. Educators are treated to cultural performances, traditional food, and mementos among other things which differ from shakha to shakha. Teachers from the elementary to high school levels, principals, and even district superintendents have all participated in these activities with very positive feedback. Perhaps the most instrumental external influence on the dreams, aspirations, and character of a boy or girl comes from that of a teacher. Teachers spend more time with children than even their parents, and undoubtedtly impact their upbringing to a level which is felt even after they have left the stages of student hood. In our Hindu culture, this amount of responsibility of the shaping of young minds we have bestowed upon our teachers, or gurus, is greatly revered and respected.
HSS Youth Camp Brings Together 110 Young Hindu-American Leaders
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MARCH 14, 2016 The fifth biennial youth camp of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS), held in Austin, TX from March 12 to March 14, brought together 110 university students and young professionals from across the country. HSS organized this camp to provide a forum for young leaders to share their experiences, exchange ideas, and gain a deeper understanding of Hindu culture, while addressing societal problems faced around the world.
Health for Humanity Yogathon was embraced all over United States!
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Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh USA, Inc. (HSS) concluded its Tenth Annual Health for Humanity Yogathon on January 31, 2016. During the two-week Yogathon, over 10,000 participants from close to 200 locations across the US, participated in the yoga routine known as the Sun Salutation, or Surya Namaskara.

Thousands Participated in HSS International Yoga Day Celebrations
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JUNE 21, 2015 -- To mark the first-ever International Day of Yoga, more than 100 centers of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, USA (HSS) organized yoga festivals in 30 cities, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, San Jose, San Francisco Bay Area, Irvine, Milwaukee, Houston, Bloomington, Morrisville, Tampa, Orlando, and Phoenix. The events attracted thousands of participants around the country. Activities included guided yoga poses, meditation techniques, and scientific presentations on the benefits of yoga, live music, and demonstrations by expert yoga practitioners.

“International Day of Yoga was a resounding success and indeed recognized the universality of this invaluable gift that India has given the world,” said Dr. Ved Nanda, president of HSS. “It was exciting and inspiring to see thousands of people commit to living healthy, harmonious lives through the practice of yoga.”

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