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The family camp at Vraj in the month of May is a featured and much awaited event for the families associated with the HSS in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware regions. This year's camp started on Saturday, May 13th at 11am and ended at noon on Sunday, May 14th. 

The camp activities began with introductory games, by the end of which the entire group of over 140 people got to know each other at least by name. The morning session ended with Shakha. Lunch was followed by two sessions of intellectual activities. 

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Atlanta, GA -- Sep 9, 2006 -- More than 1000 Hindus and non-Hindus celebrated the grand Hindu Sangam on Sep 9, 2006 at the Meadowcreek high school, Norcross GA. The highlights of the cultural festival - organized by the Atlanta chapter of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh - included a saamuhik (collective) Ganesh Puja by 300 children, a spectacular rendition of the Ramayan by 160 children, an exhibition on Hindu culture and the inauguration speech by Mr Charles Bannister. The event was organized to commemorate the birth centenary of Shri Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar fondly known as Shri Guruji. 

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nashto mohaH smrutirlabdhA tvatprasAdAnmyAchyut |
sthiroAsmi gatsandehah karishye vachanam tav ||

-- Bhagvad Gita, Ch18,v73

The above words were said by Arjuna, after listening Lord Krishna's message in the form of Bhagvad Gita after which Arjuna gained his confidence back and was ready to do his duty with even more vigor.

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During the weekend of February 16-18, Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh MA Chapter held its fifth annual family camp where 70 kids and 40 adults stayed two overnights and enjoyed physical, mental, and spiritual activities. This free family camp was held at the Sadhu Vaswani Center in Dracut, MA. 

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August 31st 2007 was an important day for the Residents of Rochester, MN.  Do you know what it was?  Yes, it was the beginning of Hindu Heritage Family Camp at Caledonia. 

Adventure began right from the time of driving to the camp site with all the detours.  After registering their names, all the 110 participants had excellent Indian food and then prepared themselves for breaking the ice through interactive games.  Every one decided to rest and get ready for the next day’s activities.

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