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World Peace through Dharma


To organize a diverse and vibrant Hindu American society that can collectively address its challenges, and contribute to the welfare of the world.


Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh USA  (HSS or HSS USA) is a 501(c)(3), voluntary, non-profit, social, educational, and cultural organization. Sangh, as the organization is popularly known, aims to coordinate the Hindu American community to practice, preserve, and advance ideals and values of Hindu Dharma. 

HSS conducts regular values-based education programs for children, youth and adults through more than 220 branches nationwide. We also organize service activities and community outreach projects.

Through our regular educational programs based on Dharma, we instill and promote discipline, self-confidence, teamwork, and the spirit of selfless service. Through service activities and outreach projects, we foster a sense of civic duty, responsibility, and volunteerism. HSS USA endeavors to instill pride in Hindu heritage among its members and to enhance appreciation of Hindus around the world, their traditions, and civilization by the broader community in the United States.

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Our Vision

World Peace Through Dharma

Sangh is of all of us. No caste has any superiority, no individual has any superiority, no one's place has any superiority.

Dr. K.B. Hedgewar


Balagokulam is a forum for children to discover and manifest that divinity. Balagokulam will enable Hindu children in US to appreciate their cultural roots, learn Hindu values in an enjoyable manner and make good friends.

They will also develop a sense of Sewa, Service to humankind. This is a program of the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS), whose goal it is to promote Hindu heritage and to unite the Hindu society.

Hindu Yuva

Hindu YUVA aims to provide a platform to preserve, practice, promote and protect Hindu Dharma by bringing together Hindu youth across college campuses in United States.

A great deal of responsibility today lies on the shoulders of young Hindu Americans. A responsibility to share the culture & its universal values with the wider audience. A responsibility to preserve the meaning, understanding, & the practice of the culture for the generations to come.

Seva Activities

SEWA IS OUR DUTY . Sewa is a means. It is not an end in itself. Sewa is the ideal way to express unconditional love for God and his creation. The uniqueness of Hindu Dharma and the culture as practiced by the Hindu community has a significant contribution to make for the benefit of humanity.

It is therefore essential for Hindus living in America to develop unity and harmony in their community to effectively promote these salient features.